Elephant Rock play at Sherburn

Acclaimed Badapple Theatre company is bringing its show Elephant Rock to Sherburn-in-Elmet next month.

By Janet Harrison
Friday, 11th March 2022, 11:49 am

The family-friendly comic tale tells of the owners of the once famous Palace dance hall and the storm-battered seaside village of Elephant Rock.

“Come and join us for a night of comic capers from a family who are trying to keep the Palace doors on, and open, as they delve into a complicated family history of music hall owners spanning 100 years and 5,000 miles to the elephant-filled grasslands of Sri Lanka,” said a Badapple spokesman.

Badapple previously visited Sherburn-in-Elmet with their shows The Frozen Roman and The Snow Dancer.

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“We are delighted to host Elephant Rock at the Old Girls’ School Community Centre on April 29 from 7.30pm,” said Andy Robertson, Trustee of Sherburn Community Trust.

Tickets, £12 (adults), £10 (concessions) and £6 (u16s), phone 01977 685178 or online at: https://www.badappletheatre.co.uk/product/elephant-rock-sherburn-in-elmet/