Directed by John Hall and written by Toby Bradford and Tina Webster
Dick Whittington is the 65th Anniversary production of Malton and Norton Musical Theatre
7.15 (Doors: 6.45)
This traditional tale tells the story of Dick Whittington, a poor boy who becomes a wealthy merchant and eventually the Lord Mayor of London, due principally to the ratting abilities of his cat, Tom.
Kirkham Henry's junior and senior dancers will be adding their usual glitz and glamour to the production.
Performances run from Friday 17th to Saturday 25th January, with matinee performances, commencing at 2.15, on both Saturdays.