As an antidote to the cold and drab Autumn, Lyceum Theatre Oldham is producing a little-known comedy that’s perfect for a pre-Christmas treat.
My Three Angels by Sam & Bella Spewack & Albert Husson takes audiences to the other side of the world, to the heat of French Guiana just before Christmas. Incompetent but loveable store keeper Felix Dulay is expecting bad news from the business owner and preparing to be out of a job and a home by Christmas. Can he be saved on Christmas Eve by three unlikely guardian angels in the guise of three convicts who are doing up the roof? Come along to the Lyceum and find out what happens by Christmas Day!
My Three Angels runs from 22 – 30 November at 7.30pm (no performance Sunday 24 November) and the large, experienced cast and guiding hand of regular director Ian Orry promise to make this a great night out for the whole family.
This is part of a 2019/20 Season of plays taking you round the world, also stopping off in 2020 in New York, rural Ireland and touching down in Portugal in the summer. The season also includes extra events including a Christmas Craft Market on Saturday 14 December where local makers offer ideas for spoiling friends and family this festive season.
Tickets for productions are only £9 each. Entry to the Craft Market is free.
Lyceum Theatre Oldham presents
My Three Angels by Sam & Bella Spewack & Albert Husson
22 – 30 November 2019 7.30pm (no performance Sunday 24 November)
All Tickets: £9
Book online lyceumtheatre.org.uk
Box Office: 0161 628 2118*
(Box office at the venue is open for phone and face to face bookings for three weeks before each production on Mondays 4, 11 and 18 November 7.30pm – 9.30pm as well as half an hour before each performance)
*Phone line open Mondays – Fridays 9am – 7pm, Saturdays 9am – 5pm. Booking fees apply