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South Eastern Theatre Group presents Bugsy Malone

South Eastern Theatre Group presents Bugsy Malone

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12 April 2017


15 April 2017


David Hennessy

Musical Director:

Chris O' Sullivan


Michelle Condon

About the Event




South Eastern Theatre Group, the company that brought you the smash hits Les Miserables, Miss Saigon, Phantom Of The Opera and most recently the amazing Starlight Express are delighted to return to the Theatre Royal Stage this Easter. This year David Hennessy returns once again to direct ‘Bugsy Malone’. Together with Choreographer Michelle Condon, Musical Director Chris O’ Sullivan, another rip-roaring production is guaranteed.


1929, Gangster warfare in New York

Dandy Dan's hoodlums terrorise the district, exterminating undesirables with their new weapon splurge guns. His rival is Fat Sam Stacetto, who runs the Grand Slam Speakeasy, but Fat Sam's gang still use old fashioned pies. Fat Sam engages the help of Bugsy Malone, a smooth city slicker who hitherto has been more occupied in sweet talking Blousey Brown, a would be girl singer. With Bugsy's help, Fat Sam escapes from a frame up but he learns later that Dandy Dan's mob have splurged nearly all his gang. They've also destroyed his sarsparilla and grocery rackets the whole empire's gone! There's only one hope left. Fat Sam pays Bugsy 400 dollars in exchange for more help. Bugsy, who has promised to take Blousey to Hollywood, has to break his date with her. Is she mad! Meanwhile Bugsy and Leroy Smith, a guy with an awesome punch, witness a secret delivery of splurge guns at Dock 17. With a bunch of down and outs, they help themselves from the crates. Then the police arrive, led by Captain Smolsky and Lieutenant O'Dreary. Bugsy and the gang escape through a trapdoor. Finally Dandy Dan prepares for a showdown at Fat Sam's speakeasy. When his mob burst in, Bugsy and the guys let 'em have it the works. Splurge, custard pies, flour bombs... Out of the gooey pandemonium it emerges that Bugsy and Blousey have made it up. Peace has broken out at last. With many memorable songs such as “Tomorrow”, “I’m Feeling Fine”, “My Name is Tallulah”, “Fat Sam’s Grand Slam” and many more this promises to be one fantastic production for the whole family.

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