Charles Dickens’ Oliver comes Hornchurch

PUBLISHED: 11:41 19 June 2012 | UPDATED: 11:47 19 June 2012

Cllr Andrew Curtin

Cllr Andrew Curtin


A Charles Dickens’ novel is set to head into the Hornchurch this weekend.

Young audiences are promised a magical and colourful experience in a specially adapted production of Oliver at the Fairkytes Arts Centre in Billet Lane, Hornchurch on Saturday June 23 at 2pm.

The production by the award winning M&M Productions is for ages five and upwards.

Cabinet Member for Culture, Towns and Communities, Cllr Andrew Curtin said: “The work of Dickens represents all that is great about classic literature.

“His books paint a picture of Britain that strikes a chord within our hearts and imaginations.”

Tickets are £5, all children must be accompanied by a ticket holding adult.

A special family rate is available at £15 for a party of four, call the 01708 456 308.

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