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University of Kent Musical Theatre society presents...

The Final Show follows members of a musical theatre society battling over which musicals they like and dislike as they choose their ‘Final Show’.

Amongst the battle, we follow Harri – a new member of the society, who is introduced to all things musical theatre. The cast (and audience) explore and gain knowledge about MT through the various members going head-to-head with their suggestions. Some are welcoming and are willing to educate, others just don’t want to listen to anyone else’s ideas. Will Harri be reluctant to joining this society or will she take advice and stand up for herself, ultimately helping the society come together and make the decision of their ‘final show’? Or will someone unexpected make the final decision?…

MTS: The Final Show

Sun 2 June


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