YOU don’t need to be a big spender to take in glamorous girls, show-stopping tunes and a good old fashioned love story this spring.
All are on offer at Solihull Arts Complex from May 12-16, when Solihull Theatre Company presents Sweet Charity.
The musical is set in the swinging sixties and follows the fortunes, or misfortunes, of eternal optimist Charity’s quest to find true love.
Featuring an energetic score of well-loved songs such as Big Spender, The Rhythm of Life and If My Friends Could See Me Now, Sweet Charity is the perfect pick-me-up show.
Originally choreographed by Bob Fosse, who also directed the 1969 film starring Shirley MacLaine, the show is also renowned for its sizzling dance routines.
Producer Terry Wheddon said: “Sweet Charity is such a vibrant show and the cast have thrown all their energy into bringing the production to life.
“I defy anyone who comes to see it not to go home with a smile on their face, still humming the tunes.”
Tickets are priced at £12 (Tuesday and Wednesday nights) and £13 (all other nights).
To book, call Solihull Arts Complex box office on 0121 704 6962.