The Willowbank Centre, which will be remembered for The Sound of Morven Crescent and award-winning The Hoose, is back with its latest production Blue Toon Brithers – Sooth Bay Sisters.
When Blue Toon Brither, B’wood, finds out his old musical home is to be closed, he has to fight to save it. Matters are made worse when he discovers the other Blue Toon Brithers have moved away, the owner’s new pupils are musically-challenged and the Sooth Bay Sisters dance duo have been kidnapped and subjected to a Ladette to Lady School. Can B’wood save the school?
The show, which is written, produced and directed by local playwright and Willowbank staff member Morag Skene, is an entertaining mix of song, dance drama and comedy.
Performed by the Willowbank Show Group, it is suitable for adults and children, and will be showing at Peterhead Community Theatre on September 25, September 26 and September 28 at 7.30pm. Tickets are £5 each (no concessions) and will be available from the community centre from September 3. You can also get tickets by writing to Willowbank Centre, Glendaveny, Peterhead, AB42 3DY (inc stamped addressed envelope), with the number of tickets required, which evening and a cheque made out to the Willowbank Amenities Fund.