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The Musical Theatre Drive In

Ticket prices depend on number of people in car

Join South Yorkshire youth homelessness charity Roundabout for its Musical Theatre Drive In.

Roundabout are hosting a summer’s day of musical theatre magic at Meadowhall to raise funds after being badly hit by the pandemic.

Some of South Yorkshire’s most talented singers and theatre companies will take to the stage for the first time since the pandemic lockdown saw live performances cancelled. They'll bring to life popular musical theatre hits from everything from Hairspray to Wicked, We Will Rock You to Mamma Mia, Les Mis to Aladdin.

There'll also be a food and drink delivery service to your vehicle.

The Drive In will take place in the orange car park at Meadowhall Shopping Centre, with four performances throughout the day (10am, 1pm, 4pm and 7pm).

All vehicles at the Drive In will be socially distanced and the numbers of performers on stage limited to follow government safety guidelines.

The cost for a car with two people is £35, with three people £47, with four people £60 and five people £65, with a seven seater restricted parking space for £70. There are limited socially distanced spaces available for people without a car.

See the full lineup for each of the four performances.

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