Moor House School & College are hosting an outdoor production of Roald Dahl’s, Danny The Champion of the World, performed by Illyria.
7pm, Friday 15th July 2016
We’ve got a family ticket (two adults & two children or One adult & three children) worth £42 to give away!
Simply ‘like’ and ‘share’ our Facebook post here for your chance to win.
The winners will be drawn and notified on Wednesday 29th June 2016 – Good Luck!
Danny The Champion of The World | Moor House School & College | Mill Lane, Oxted, Surrey, RH8 9AQ
Gates open at 5.30pm. Picnics are welcome and there will be a bar serving drinks and confectionary.
Seating is on the grass in front of the stage and performances take place in all weather conditions, so bring a rug, suncream and an umbrella!
To ensure you don’t miss out, you can purchase tickets here.
This is a charity fundraising event and all profits will be used to create additional teaching and learning space for the students of Moor House School & College.
Moor House School & College is a pioneering charity and special school offering specialist teaching, therapy and residential care to children and young people aged 7-19 with severe and complex speech and language difficulties.
Illyria is now one of the country’s foremost theatrical interpreters of Roald Dahl’s work. In our 25th anniversary, which also marks the centenary of Dahl’s birth, we have secured the rights to perform our 5th Dahl title.
Danny and his devoted father live in a caravan and operate the village’s local petrol station and garage. When Danny turns nine he is devastated to find out about his father’s secret passion for pheasant-poaching in the estate of the nasty, greedy Victor Hazell, the local wealthy landowner. One night, Danny awakes to find his father has not returned from a night of poaching. Fearing that his father may be in danger, Danny sets off to rescue him. Soon, with a little help from the village, Danny finds himself the mastermind behind the most incredible and exciting plot ever attempted against Victor Hazell.
Illyria is now based permanently in Cornwall, but each summer continues to tour the length and breadth of the UK and beyond. This time they’re back with a funny and heartwarming story perfectly suited to the open-air.
And a lot of pheasants…