June 6th, 2018.

The Cowardly Lion from the novel by L. Frank Baum is one of the Wizard of Oz's most beloved characters, but a broken tooth sent the King of the Jungle running for the emergency dentist, leaving the planned costumed walk around Seaford to promote Seaford Musical Theatre's upcoming production in jeopardy.

Realising the show must go on, theatre Vice-Chair, Paula Woolven put on three layers of fake fur and joined other members of the cast as they visited stores and parks in Seaford last Saturday, the 2nd of June.

The show opens this Friday, the 8th of June for two weekends at the Barn Theatre and tickets can be purchased from the Tourist Information Centre, Seaford, or online at

Directed by Donna Bull and choreographed by top Brighton choreographer, Stuart Hall, the family-friendly musical has a full live band, led by Maestro Russell Taylor, and features songs including the Oscar-winning iconic theme 'Somewhere Over The Rainbow'. The lead role of Dorothy is being played by Peacehaven Community School student, 14-year-old Charlie Dey and supported by her friends in the land of Oz; Mick Rowe-Hurst (Scarecrow), Josh Henry (Tin Man) and the fully recovered, pearly-white sharp-toothed Lion, Shar Turnbull.
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