Hot on the heels of their successful performance at The National Theatre last year, The Dukes Senior Youth Theatre present a new icy cold production of It Snows from 10 – 12 February.
This quirky story about snow and love will feature an even quirkier set, as all of the props are made out of wool! Nineteen knitters have been busy working since October to create, amongst other things, jam tarts, icicles and snowballs.
And if anyone still wants to contribute their knitting skills, head down to The Dukes bar where a bowl of wool awaits for keen hands to make snowballs for the show. All wool has kindly been donated by Stylecraft.
It Snows is set amidst the racket of a not-so-very beautiful town where Cameron and Caitlin find a unique connection through the world of sledging, snow angels and snowballs.
Cast member Shona Thompson said:
“This is my first show with The Dukes Youth Theatre and I’m really excited about taking people on our journey. The knitting is amazing and when people enter DT3, it’ll be like they’re entering another world.”
Tickets cost £6 and £4 and are available from The Dukes Box Office on 01524 598500 or http://www.dukes-lancaster.org.