Crazy Days and Lazy Days 28 Oct
Written by Jenny Davis and Sarsi Grace. Featuring Sarsi Grace and Craig Skelton.
In spring the sap rises and the world comes out to play. A young cast of musical theatre graduates bring us songs to stir the blood and make mayhem, together with songs to dream away a sunny afternoon. New numbers from brand new musicals feature alongside old favourites. Dramatic songs, comedy and tender melodies: find out what inspires the young ones in 2021.
PERFORMANCE DATE 28 Oct
Burt Hall, 38 St Georges Terrace Perth, 28 Oct
28 Oct 2021
- 11:00 am
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