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9 to 11 Jul 2021
Rose Theatre Kingston
Check into the quirkily ineffective Hotel Paradiso and meet Madame, the charming staff and the evil banker who is scheming to repossess the hotel.
As the tenants introduce us to their beloved home, we witness their battle with the dastardly banker.
Will they manage to stay open, or will they be forced to move on? And who is the mysterious writer of love letters to Madame?
Background information, advisory warnings
Age suitability: Suitable for all ages
Festival: This show is part of International Youth Arts Festival.
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Kingston KT1 1HL
Performance days & times
Friday ‑ 7‑30pm
Saturday ‑ 7‑30pm
Saturday - 2-00pm
Sunday - 11-00am, 2-30pm
Composer: Peter Reynolds
Director: Chris Dingli
Set designer: Annabel Carberry
Costume designer: Kirsteen Wythe - Tsubi Du
Movement: Roisin Morris
Production: Annabel Carberry; Antonino Giuffré; Lost in Translation in association with Jacksons Lane