Ariel Company Theatre aims to turn up the heat with Miss Saigon

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Stephen Candy Photography

Ariel Company Theatre is bringing its version of Miss Saigon to Horsham next month.

This will be one of the final performances by any theatre group prior to the show’s much anticipated return to the West End.

Ariel is bringing the popular production to The Capitol Theatre from March 11 to 15, following a sell-out run in 2012, when Ariel was the first youth company to perform the show.

Miss Saigon is an epic love story that tells the tale of orphaned bar girl Kim who falls in love with American GI Chris, as Saigon dramatically falls around them.

Set at the end of the Vietnam War in 1975, the talented cast of young people aim to bring passion, emotion and drama to the stage with this atmospheric show.

With musical numbers from the creators of Les Misérables, the audience is promised a night to remember.

Neil Hopson, show director and Ariel principal, said: “Audience feedback for our previous production of Miss Saigon was so positive we were determined to bring the musical to Horsham.

“We have made some tweaks and changes and the cast have worked tirelessly.

“With all actors being 19 or younger, I challenge anyone to not be moved by their mature interpretation of what can be a very gritty and moving story.”

Ticket Offer:

Ariel, who always seeks to work with the community, is offering a special group offer to schools, theatre clubs and community groups.

Buy 10 tickets and get one free for the Tuesday, March 11, and Wednesday, March 12, performances.

Any group of individuals or organisations can benefit from this offer.

Tickets are great value at £15 on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday and £17 on Friday and Saturday. Concession tickets are available at £10.

To book visit or call 01403 750220.