The Worst Witch flies into The Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury for February half term

by Lauren Abbott

Magic up a brilliant half term outing for the kids with a trip to see The Worst Witch live on stage.

The much-treasured tale by Jill Murphy of an ordinary girl called Mildred Hubble who finds herself in a school for witches is set to be a big hit with fans of both the books more more recent BBC television series.

Now in her final year of school, accident prone Mildred and her fellow pupils are about to embark on their biggest adventure yet say producers.

The Worst Witch flies into The Marlowe for half term
The Worst Witch flies into The Marlowe for half term

Jealous Ethel Hallow is still out to spoil Mildred’s fun, Miss Hardbroom is opposed to all fun in general and just as Mildred sparks some inevitable mayhem certain to upset them both, an old enemy returns with a plan for revenge that could threaten not just the Academy, but the whole world!

The production promises to bring Jill Murphy's popular characters to life
The production promises to bring Jill Murphy's popular characters to life

The popular production is coming to The Marlowe Theatre in Canterbury from Thursday, February 21 until Saturday, February 23 with both matinee and evening performances.

Tickets range from £12.50 to £26.50 and the show lasts two hours and 20 minutes.

To learn more, or to book your tickets, please visit The Marlowe Theatre's website by clicking here.

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