It’s time to let it shine - your Midlands and Shropshire am dram round up
Such a lot of effort goes into amateur shows, whether it be a concert or a play, the hours of hard work seem endless and yet when that curtain goes up, it’s worth it.
It’s artfully crafted, with soaring ambition and dramatic impact – and I’m not talking about the world-famous Froncysyllte aqueduct, but the sound of the male voice choir formed some 70 years ago in the adjacent village.
Get ready for the ride of your life! It’s as camp as Christmas and it’s full of feathers and fun! It’s none other than Priscilla Queen of the Desert, which bursts on to the Wolverhampton Grand Theatre stage from April 24-28, courtesy of West Bromwich Operatic Society.