Picking the Witch’s Bogey!

PUBLISHED: 08:58 17 January 2008 | UPDATED: 08:46 10 June 2010

Baba Yaga is an evil witch who likes nothing better than eating sweet, young girls for dinner. Virtue is a sweet, young girl

Baba Yaga is an evil witch who likes nothing better than eating sweet, young girls for dinner.

Virtue is a sweet, young girl ....

When the two of them meet in this magical pop musical it can only wind up with someone coming to a grotty, dotty and quite possible snotty end!

The People's Theatre Company is proud to present the return of its smash hit musical for adults and children. Based on the classic Russian folk tale of Baba Yaga the Witch, The Exmouth Pavilion present The Witch's Bogey, a funky musical fairytale about good versus evil and the magic of family, guaranteed to delight absolutely anyone who's ever lived, loved or blown their nose!

A glittering cat, colourful characters and memorable songs make The Witch's Bogey the most unmissable show of the year, so, if you're picking just one musical this year... Pick the Witch's Bogey!

Saturday, April 12, at 1.30pm.

For those of you who enjoy acting and getting involved then there is a workshop prior to the show starting at 12.30pm. Tickets are priced at £7.30 for the workshop and show, £6.50 for under 16s, and a family ticket £28 and just £3 for the workshop only, available at the Exmouth Pavilion box office on (01395) 222477 or visit the website on www.exmouthpavilion.co.uk to book your tickets online.


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