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Chesham Musical Theatre Company
9 to 5: The Musical – presented by Chesham Musical Theatre Company
Chesham Musical Theatre Company, Chesham’s oldest theatre group, presents the upbeat and hilarious production of 9 to 5: The Musical at the Elgiva Theatre, Chesham this April.
With music and lyrics by Dolly Parton, it is based on the 1980 hit movie. Set in the late 1970’s it is a story about three female co-workers fighting for recognition and respect in an office presided over by their sexist and egotistical boss Mr Hart.
Violet, Doralee and Judy fantasise about getting revenge on the man who is keeping them down and about living in a world where women are valued and respected in the workplace.
Will they see their dreams come true and will Mr Hart get his comeuppance?
This upbeat musical is full of feel-good anthems: fun for all the family, come and be transported back to the 70’s this April.
The show runs 1st – 5th April 2020: Wednesday 1st – Saturday 4th April nightly at 7.45pm with Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th matinees at 2pm.
Venue: Elgiva Theatre, St Mary’s Way, Chesham, Buckinghamshire, HP5 1HR
Tickets priced at £19, £18 and £12 (including a £1 per ticket theatre booking fee): available from The Elgiva Box Office by phoning 01494 582 900 or online www.elgiva.com/shows/9-to-5-the-musical/
Amersham Art Group
Amersham Art Group have meetings as follows:
3rd March AGM,
April 7th Alan Elees,
May 5th Simon Chalk.