Thursday 21 February 2013 Updated: 21/02 12:57
SIDE-splitting comedy and dazzling dance routines are promised as The Producers comes to the Spa Centre from March 19 to 23.
The musical comedy, by Mel Brooks, is being staged by Leamington & Warwick Musical Society.
The play is based on Brooks' famous 1968 film of the same name which starred Zero Mostel and Gene Wilder.
Following yet another Broadway disaster, Max Bialystock's accountant Leo Bloom convinces him that it is possible to make more money from a flop than a sell-out production; so they set out to find the worst script, worst actors and worst director to produce the biggest flop in theatrical history, What could possibly go wrong?
Tickets from £13 with concessions available. Call 01926 425507.
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