City of Angels
From last year’s production of City of Angels. Photograph: JK Photography

Audiences will have the opportunity to see Trinity Laban’s talented 2nd and final year students perform two musicals over two weeks this summer – Spend, Spend, Spend (11-13 June) and Lucky Stiff (19-21 June).

Spend, Spend, Spend is the story of Viv Nicholson, a Yorkshire woman who won her fortune on the Football Pools, and charts the tragedy, comedy and love story of Viv’s journey that took her through five husbands, fast cars, bankruptcy and booze.

One week later, final year students perform their graduate show, Lucky Stiff, a musical based on the novel The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo. A classic, fast paced musical comedy, Lucky Stiff follows the real life story of an English shoe salesman who must pass off the embalmed body of his recently murdered uncle as alive in order to inherit six million dollars.

Trinity Laban has developed an unparalleled reputation for its unique Musical Theatre performance training experience. Distinctive in preparing creative practitioners equipped with a wide range of skills applicable to a variety of musical theatres roles, Trinity Laban graduates appear in Musical Theatre productions in the West End, international and UK touring productions, and film and TV, as well as within the wider entertainment industry.

So come along to Stratford Circus Arts Centre this June for two award winning musicals, promising two evenings full of laughs and entertainment.

For more information and to book tickets, visit the Stratford Circus website.

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