Sex, scandal and songs in the Blitz

Ilan Goodman and Tomm Coles in Miss Nightingale photo by Simon Annand ANL-140314-130319001
Ilan Goodman and Tomm Coles in Miss Nightingale photo by Simon Annand ANL-140314-130319001
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After taking the West End by storm last year the hit show Miss Nightingale – the musical is back at Ipswich’s New Wolsey Theatre.

Back with new songs, new costumes and new glitter, it is a heart-warming love story celebrating the world of sex, scandal and showbiz in the cabaret clubs of war-torn London.

Feisty northern singer Maggie and her refugee songwriter, George, struggle to find their big break. She longs for the bright lights. He’s hiding a dark secret in the shadows.

Everything changes when they are picked up by wealthy man-about-town Sir Frank Worthington-Blythe. He needs a new act for his nightclub and transforms Maggie into the satirical music hall star ‘Miss Nightingale’. Her outrageous costumes, saucy songs and racy love life create a scandal, making her the toast of London.

Tickets are on sale now and can be booked through the Box Office by calling 01473 295900 or by booking online at www.wolseytheatre.co.uk.