Dick Whittington

Dick Whittington

and his Wonderful Cat

Saturday 12th December7.30pm  
Sunday 13th December7.30pm  
Monday 14th December7.30pm  
Tuesday 15th December7.30pm  
Wednesday 16th December7.30pm  
Thursday 17th December7.30pm  
Friday 18th December7.30pm  
Saturday 19th December7.30pm  
Sunday 20th December7.30pm  
Monday 21st December7.30pm  
Tuesday 22nd December7.30pm  
Wednesday 23rd December7.30pm  
Thursday 24th December7.30pm  
Saturday 26th December7.30pm  
Sunday 27th December7.30pm  
Monday 28th December7.30pm  
Tuesday 29th December7.30pm  
Wednesday 30th December7.30pm  
Thursday 31st December7.30pm  
Saturday 2nd January7.30pm  
Sunday 3rd January7.30pm  

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Dick sets out on a journey to London in search of his fortune but when he gets there, he has no luck and so he decides to return to Plymouth. On the way however he bumps into a fairy who predicts his fortune lies in London Town. After meeting Alice and Fitwarren, Dick finds he now has a job and a girl who he has fallen in love with. Things start looking up and Dick and his new pet cat Tommy seem to be settling in.

Unfortunately, things don’t go to plan and the Evil Rat soon has a hand in Dicks undoing, planting a golden necklace Dick was meant to be looking after in his pocket to make it look like he stole it. Dick is thrown out and all looks lost until the fairy once again persuades him to return and prove his innocence, the only problem is they are about to set sail on a boat and Dick must stow aboard. After the ship they are on is in a terrible storm, everyone is sunk and only with the help of the fairy can they once again get to dry land where they are met by the Sultan of Morocco.

This however is problematic as the Evil Rat turns up and challenges Dick to a fight, but with some last minute training from a mystery guest can Dick save the day...

 


**Prices include a 50p per seat 'refurbishment' levy.

Blackfriars Theatre is run predominately by volunteers. The full levy plus gift aid, if applicable, will create a special fund to help maintain and refurbish the towns precious traditional little Theatre. This fund will also allow us to seek 'match funding' opportunities to enhance your theatre experience.

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Blackfriars undoubtedly plays a very important role as Boston's centre for entertainment and the arts. It is home to two very successful local amateur dramatic and operatic groups, as well as hosting a varied program of professional stage productions.