At a London Transport bus repair works, three young mechanics, Cyril, Steve and Edwin, discuss the gloomy prospect of a British holiday only seven days away, but Cyril hints that their mate Don has ‘something up his sleeve’. Ever-cheerful Don arrives in his red double-decker bus, and tells them that LT have agreed to loan the bus for a continental summer holiday, provided they and their workmates re-equip it. Seven days later, with the bus re-fitted, the four lads set off on a fun filled adventure round Europe.
Transferred to the stage from the ‘60s hit musical film starring Cliff Richard, and with a cast all under 18, SUMMER HOLIDAY is sure to brighten up the gloomiest day and send you home with your feet tapping and a smile.
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“This stage adaptation of the 1963 film by Michael Gyngell and Mark Haddigan with its original screenplay by Peter Myers and Ronald Case…”
(Taken from the Highbury 2009–2010 leaflet)
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