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Calamity Jane

Belvoir Studio Theatre, 94 Belvoir Drive, Belfast, County Antrim, BT8 7DJ
Sophie Williams as Calamity Jane

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Fortwilliam Musical Society are pleased to bring the classic musical 'Calamity Jane' to Belvoir Studio Theatre. Deadwood, in Dakota in the late nineteenth century , is a male dominated world where Indian scout Calamity Jane is as hard riding, boastful and handy with a gun as them all. Calam shows no signs of femininity despite being in love with a soldier Lt Danny Gilmartin , who sees her only as one of the guys. She takes off to Chicago to bring back an actress for the Golden Garter stage, setting off a series of events which force Calamity to examine her feminine side and what it will take to get Danny to propose. Things don't turn out quite as planned in this hilarious musical comedy.

A night out not to be missed!

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Adult£20.00 per ticket
Concession£15.00 per ticket

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