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We are delighted to announce that our next show (now on sale) is The Best of the West End! A compilation of popular songs from modern musicals with a touch of nostalgia from the past, including Cabaret, Annie, King and … Continue reading
Wimborne Musical Theatre will be raising their voices in Sister Act at the Tivoli Theatre from 1 to 5 August. When disco diva, Deloris Van Cartier, witnesses a murder, she is put in protective custody in the one place the … Continue reading
WMT is very pleased to announce the creative team for our upcoming production of ‘Sister Act’ will be: Director: Duncan Trew Musical Director: Alastair Hume Choreographer: Suzi de Villiers Artistic Director: Roy Joseph We are very pleased to have been … Continue reading
Wimborne Musical Theatre is pleased to announce the exciting news that our show for 2017 is to be SISTER ACT. The show will take place at the Tivoli Theatre from Tuesday 1st to Saturday 5th August 2017. Rehearsals will start … Continue reading
We are pleased to present popular music looking back through the 50’s and 60’s. A selection of lively foot tapping and easy listening music from the two decades to keep you entertained. Plenty of singing, movement and dancing to suit … Continue reading
Another fantastic review today, this time from the Blackmore Vale magazine. Tickets are still on sale, and the show ends on Saturday – please do come along! Based on The Taming of the Shrew, this musical is arguably one of … Continue reading
Our first review is in for Kiss Me, Kate – our latest production, running this week in Wimborne. Tickets are still available, so why not come along? The Taming of the Shrew is regarded by modern scholars as one of … Continue reading
We’re pleased to announce that tickets are now on sale for our next show – the fabulous Kiss Me, Kate!
Another great review from the Blackmore Vale Magazine. The show is running until Saturday, so why not Get your tickets today? “Exotic and colourful, with an ethos that is a world away from 21th century England, this Rogers and Hammerstein … Continue reading