One of Roald Dahl’s classics will be shown with a slight twist next year.
If you liked Charlie and the Chocolate Factory- the tale of the poor young boy whose dreams all come true- then you might love this latest take on the book.
Wullie Wonkie and the Fine Piece Factory will be presented by the Aberdeen Students’ Charities Campaign and promises to be as sweet as it sounds!
The talented group performed the Spital Shop of Horrors last year and are ready to come back with a bang for their next show.
Seeing as St Nicholas House has been raised to the ground, mysterious Wullie Wonkie is gearing up for the grand opening of his new factory opposite the road from Marischal College.
North-east residents are going crazy trying to search for a golden Granite ticket that will allow them entry to the one-off factory and of course, a lifetime supply to fine pieces- what more could you want?!
One of those desperate for a ticket, is lad, Charlie Buckie.
Is Charlie one of the lucky few or is everything as sweet as it appears?
The show runs from Wednesday, April 23 to Saturday, April 26, 2014.
Showtimes: Wednesday and Thursday: 7.30pm; Friday: 5pm and 8.30pm; Saturday: 2.30pm and 7.30pm.
Tickets range from £13 to £23 including booking fee.
Buy your tickets now to avoid disappointment!
Call the box office on 01224 641122 or visit the website at aberdeenperformingarts.com.
Visit www.studentshow.co.uk for more details on the group.