The British Academy of International Arts (BAIA) will treat audiences to an amazing variety of BAIA performances as they take on Bugsy Malone on 5 and 6 May. It is 1920’s New York and life on the streets is tough, more so for Roxy Robinson, who finds himself in the middle of the war for new turf.
Fat Sam, who runs the most popular club in town, is at loggerheads with his arch rival, the dapper Dandy Dan who has manufactured a new weapon - the Spurge Gun. Armed with this new style machine gun that has never before been seen before on the streets, Dan and his hoodlums are spreading fear and destruction wherever they go. Only the penniless, ex-boxer, Bugsy Malone can halt this havoc but can he do so without being ‘splurged’ himself.
Whatever happens, Bugsy knows it’s going to take a lot more than custard pies to defeat the rival mob and protect Fat Sam’s Grand Slam. A fantastic show filled with great songs and plenty of action, featuring a robust cast of over 40 children having fun playing all the adult parts. A show not to be missed – so book your tickets now.