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This show will be the one that you want at the Capitol

A scene from Gease, starring Olivia Newton John and John Travolta.

A scene from Gease, starring Olivia Newton John and John Travolta.

Sing-a-long-a Grease, the engaging and memorable theatre production, which brings a classic American film to life for thousands of people up and down the country, will be shown at The Capitol in Horsham on Friday 19 October from 7.30pm.

Bringing additional excitement to a much loved family favourite, Sing-a-long-a Grease encourages audience participation using a special goody bag, which is given to each person attending the show with direction from a compere recommending when each item should be used throughout the production. For the first time Sing-a-long-a Grease is also being sponsored by Penn State, the classic American snack brand. Sampling more than 100,000 products during the tour the brand will feature online and in printed literature. Better still, a unique ‘magic moment’ during the film will provide the perfect opportunity for the entire audience to eat the great tasting snacks during the performance.

Reaching a mass target audience of fun loving women and men in their 20, 30 and 40’s, the sponsorship launched at the beginning of June 2012 and will run throughout the year before concluding at the end of May 2013. Ben Freedman from Sing-a-long-a Grease comments: “We are really looking forward to showcasing the Sing-a-long-a Grease experience in Horsham.

“We know that people like to get out and to have fun and this is the perfect opportunity for an audience of all ages. There really is no better way to celebrate a special occasion or simply do something different at the weekend. The show has received fantastic feedback and we know that Horsham will be no exception.”

The show, which features the classic American movie Grease, introduces a twist to traditional viewing by including a sing-a-long element and compere. Audience participation will be widely encouraged at each of the 100 nationwide venues that the tour is set to visit.

 

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