Two Quays - One Show

by Valerie Caine 20th October 2017

If you're a fan of contemporary musicals then buy your ticket now for a unique family-friendly, costumed collaboration between two of the Island's well-known groups - Peel Pantoloons and the Port St Mary Cabaret Party.


Billed as a musical extravaganza, the show's title, Two Quays - One Show, reflects the base of each group who will open the evening with their own selection of popular songs before joining forces for a powerful finale.


The joint venture between these popular community groups was prompted after members of both groups attended each other's pantomime rehearsals with a view to providing feedback on their performance.


Spokesperson for Peel Pantoloons, Mel Read, commented, "This is our first joint show, but hopefully there'll be many more as it has been great fun rehearsing and we are all looking forward to getting together to perform the finale."

Music on the night will include songs from shows such as Sister Act, We Will Rock You, Hairspray, Chicago, Beauty and the Beast, Cabaret and Abba.


Light refreshments and raffle tickets will be available during the interval, with all profits from the evening donated to the Centenary Centre in Peel.


Curtain up at 7.30pm up on the 29th June at the Centenary Centre, with tickets (adults £8/children £4) available from Celtic Gold, Peter Norris Music, Shakti Man, Thompson Travel or online from the Centenary Centre website.


The show will also be performed at Port St Mary Town Hall on the following evening.

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20th October 2017 7:40 am.
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