One of the family . . .
LIONEL Bart's iconic musical is brought to the Everyman for the first time in its history as the Cheltenham Operatic Dramatic Society tackles the much-loved story of everyone's favourite orphan.
The production promises to bring the classic Charles Dickens tale to life as Oliver and a host of memorable characters take you to the heart of Victorian London.
The story meets young Oliver Twist, played by George Seeley, in his humble beginnings in a workhouse, and follows him as he discovers his journey to find a loving home and family is not an easy one.
Along the way, he is taken in by a group of pickpockets led by the loveable rogue Fagan, one of literature's most memorable characters, and the villainous Bill Sykes.
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With the help of the Artful Dodger, played by Jordan Smith, and the beautiful Nancy, Oliver soon finds his way to the eventual security of his grandfather's home.
The show's young stars were chosen after a tough selection process, beating lots of other hopefuls.
With show stopping standards such as Food, Glorious Food, Consider Yourself and You've Got to Pick a Pocket or Two, this family musical is sure to have you singing along.
The CODS production is faithful to the original, which was produced for the Broadway stage by David Merrick and Donald Albery.
Karen Frank, spokesman for CODS, said: "It's going to be a great show for all the family and the week day performances are at 7pm to allow for that."
The show runs from Tuesday to Saturday, June 23. Tickets cost from £11 for adults and £7 for children.
Visit www.everymantheatre.org.uk or call the Everyman on 01242 572573 to book.