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RicNic Diary 2020

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“I was very impressed with the level of professionalism and energy shown by the whole cast. I would definitely recommend RicNic productions for the future…great showcase of young talent.”
Reviewer, RicNic Oxford
RicNic Hampshire - Theatre Royal, Winchester Chicago Set in 1920s America, Chicago tells the tale of Roxie Hart, who murders her faithless lover and convinces her unfortunate husband, Amos, to take the blame. But when Amos finds out he’s been deceived, he turns on Roxie - who is convicted and sent to death row. ​In jail, Roxie and another ‘merry murderess’, Velma Kelly, vie for the spotlight and the headlines, joining forces in search of the American Dream: fame, fortune and acquittal. ​With well-known numbers such as ‘All That Jazz’, ‘Cell Block Tango’ and ‘Razzle Dazzle’, this show is bound to be an unforgettable experience
RicNic Burton - Brewhouse Arts Theatre FAME - The Musical Fame tells the story of a young, energetic, diverse group of performers who have gathered to study at New York City's High School of Performing Arts. As the young students pursue their ultimate goal - stardom - they learn some hard lessons about love and life. Striving for a career in showbusiness is, for some, harder than it looks - and during the highs and lows of their school year they face many challenges that still resonate today (from sexual exploitation to addiction). With a rousing score that includes hits like 'Bring on Tomorrow' 'Dancin' on the Sidewalk' and, of course, 'Fame', this toe-tapping, exciting musical is a treat for the whole family.
POSTPONED TO AUGUST 2021
RicNic Oxford - Arts @ The Old Fire Station Parade With music and lyrics by acclaimed composer Jason Robert Brown, and a book by famous screenwriter and playwright Afred Uhry, Parade is a dramatization of an important moment in American history: the real 1913 trial of factory manager Leo Frank. Frank, who was Jewish, was eventually lynched by a racist mob - and the events surrounding the investigation and trial (sensationalised in the media) have been directly linked to the revivial of the (at that time) defunct Ku Klux Klan and the birth of the Anti-Defamation League.  This heart-wrenching tale is brought powerfully to life in the musical, which explores - through a soaring, colourful score and moving story - notions of love, endurance and hope against a backdrop of prejudice and tension.  POSTPONED TO AUGUST 2021
RicNic London - South London Theatre August 2021 show to be announced later in the year.
POSTPONED TO AUGUST 2021
Covid-19 Update: Due to the ongoing uncertainty regarding the global health situation, RicNic has taken the decision to suspend our projects for the summer 2020. We look forward to bringing you our planned productions in 2021 and a number of special events later in the year. Our production teams are still operating in each of our branches so please contact them if you are interested in getting involved next year.
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“I was very impressed with the level of professionalism and energy shown by the whole cast. I would definitely recommend RicNic productions for the future…great showcase of young talent.”
Reviewer, RicNic Oxford