Louth school pupils present show ‘Anything Goes’

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Fancy a cruise in the sun? See off the gloomy weather with a trip across the Atlantic.

All you need to do is come to Louth’s Riverhead Theatre where, after last year’s sell out production of Oklahoma! students from King Edward VI Grammar School are this year staging the classic American musical ‘Anything Goes’.

The musical takes place on the SS American as she sails out of New York bound for London.

On board are a wonderful collection of 1930s characters.

Anything Goes is a gloriously funny screwball musical comedy – an evening of romance, mistaken identities and mismatched lovers and of course that wonderful Cole Porter music.

With its extraordinary score, unforgettable songs and hilarious script, this production of Anything Goes is a tonic for those dark January evenings, so why not treat yourself.

Anything Goes can be seen at the Riverhead Theatre in Victoria Road, Louth from Tuesday, January 27 - Saturday, January 31.

Tickets are available from the box office: (01507) 600350 or online via; www.louthplaygoers.co.uk.