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    Delahaye The Dog

    King Adda-Adda is the King of Rottingdean. He hasn’t got a palace or crown, but he has got two best friends called Pib & Laddie. When he finds out that a ferocious dog called Delahaye has attacked his friends and stolen the delicious birthday cake they have made for him, King Adda-Adda decides to teach Delahaye a lesson he’ll never forget.

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    The Secret Code

    One of our most popular musicals, the Secret Code is set in England during the Second World War. It follows a bunch of London evacuees to the English countryside as they try to crack a secret German code and save the country from invasion. This production goes down well with everybody and evokes some much-cherished nostalgia for the England of the ‘olden days’! The performers love perfecting the accents (the East End characters in particular!) and the audience can enjoy trying to crack the code as much as they can enjoy the performance itself.

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    Tin Pan Sally

    Tin Pan Sally is a musical set in America during the Great Depression. Join Sally and her ghetto street gang as they uncover and foil a counterfeit operation involving the local mobster Lily Lucre and Mayor Buckledime. The show has everything from corrupt policemen to dancing girls.