"The most phantasmagorical stage musical in the history of everything", is coming to Meadowvale Theatre. The imaginative story of an eccentric inventor, Carrctacus Potts, his enchanting children Jeremy and Jemima, their truly scrumptious friend Truly Scrumptious and their adventures with Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, the magical car as it sets sail and flies the skies. When the evil Baron Bombast hears of the incredible automobile, he and his Baroness will stop at nothing, until they have Chitty for themselves. The musical is based on a 1968 movie. Ian Fleming (of James Bond Fame) wrote the original novel so of course there are spies. A family favourite, sure to delight. Filled with amazing stage spectacle and unforgettable songs, including the Academy Award-Nominated title song, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang is a high-flying fun filled adventure for the entire family.
Music by Richard and Robert Sherman
Lyrics by Richard and Robert Sherman
Book by Jeremy Sims
With Permission from Music Theatre International
Evening Shows (8:00pm): April 17, 18, 23, 24 & 25, 2020
Matinees (2:00pm): April 19, 25 & 26, 2020
Audience Rating: Family
Subscriptions on sale: March 8, 2019 Single tickets on sale: July 2, 2019
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