The Wizard of Oz (23rd December – 6th January)

Blue Orange Arts presents –

The Wizard of Oz

When a tornado sweeps Dorothy and her dog Toto into the Land of Oz, she discovers that her Kansas farmhouse has landed right on top of The Wicked Witch of the East!

Dorothy learns about the wonderful Wizard of Oz who lives in the Emerald City and sets off to find him, hoping that he can help her find a way home. Along the way, she meets a scarecrow, a tin man and a cowardly lion. Each is missing something and all believe that the Wizard has the power to help.

Little do they know that the vengeful Wicked Witch of the West is determined to make sure that following the yellow brick road is far from easy…

Suitable for the whole family


Dates and time of show: 

Saturday 23rd December 12midday

Saturday 23rd December 3.00pm – Sold Out

Sunday 24th December 12midday

Sunday 24th December 3.00pm

Tuesday 26th December 3.00pm

Wednesday 27th December 12midday – Pay What You Can performance

Wednesday 27th December 3.00pm

Thursday 28th December 12midday

Thursday 28th December 3.00pm

Friday 29th December 12midday

Friday 29th December 3.00pm

Saturday 30th December 12midday

Saturday 30th December 3.00pm

Sunday 31st December 3.00pm

Tuesday 2nd January 3.00pm

Wednesday 3rd January 3.00pm

Thursday 4th January 3.00pm

Friday 5th January 3.00pm

Saturday 6th January 12midday

Saturday 6th January 3.00pm


Ticket price:

Standard ticket: £13.00

Concession ticket: £11.00

Family ticket: £42.00 (2 standard, 2 children)

Family ticket: £50.00 (2 standard, 3 children)

Family ticket: £57.00 (2 standard, 4 children)


20 Tickets for PAY WHAT YOU CAN performance will be released 1 month in advance.



Bookings for schools and corporate groups are available, please email us via the contact form.


Running time:

Approximately 1hour 40 minutes (including a 15 minute interval)


Pay What You Can

Blue Orange Arts is committed to accessibility of our in-house productions and as such we offer a ‘pay what you can’ performance for all of our shows.

‘Pay what you can’ is designed to help people access the theatre who could not necessarily do so otherwise, it is not ‘pay what you want’ and we ask, if you are able to afford it, that you help the charity continue its work by paying full price (or more if you are really generous!)


Images are from our 2016 production