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Dancing back to the days of disco

BURN baby burn - things are hotting up at Solihull Arts Complex.

BURN baby burn - things are hotting up at Solihull Arts Complex.

This autumn, the St Augustine’s Musical Theatre Co will be performing Disco Inferno - the perfect show to warm you up on a cold, November night.

Based loosely on the story of Faust, events unfold in 1976 and the musical will feature hits like I Will Survive and Boogie Wonderland. A lively cast have come together to take part in the production - the drama troupe’s first show for a year. And this time St Augustine’s will be supporting the Teenage Cancer Trust, with a charity gala event.

On the opening night (November 16), half of all seats will be allocated to the TCT.

Paula Hancox, the charity’s regional appeals manager, said: “This is the first event we’ve tried like this and it’s great to be working with a local group.

“As well as raising money, I want to raise awareness about the charity as well. At the moment we’ve got a lot of projects going on and we’re currently building a six-bed unit at Birmingham Children’s Hospital.”

Disco Inferno will enjoy a lively five-night run (from November 16-21). Tickets are available from the box office on 0121 704 6962 or for group bookings call Betty Keyte on 0121 705 2789.

n You can find out more about the Teenage Cancer Trust by calling Paula on 07852 723454.



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