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Glamour, songs and stories on offer in latest Pop Up People’s Theatre production

PUBLISHED: 09:58 14 September 2018 | UPDATED: 10:02 14 September 2018

Titania Trust, who will be treating audiences to an evening of glamour, songs and stories at North Walsham Pop Up People's Theatre.
Photo: POP UP PEOPLE'S THEATRE

Titania Trust, who will be treating audiences to an evening of glamour, songs and stories at North Walsham Pop Up People's Theatre. Photo: POP UP PEOPLE'S THEATRE

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Glamour, song and theatrical anecdotes will be on the menu at North Walsham’s Pop Up People’s Theatre,in the shape of international songstress Titainia Trust.

Part drag queen, part stage veteran and a part seductress, the larger-than-life sultry star, who played the evil queen in a previous Pop Up Theatre pantomime, will be entertaining audiences with a mix of comedy, stories and song.

Presented by New Stages Theatre, the show will include songs ranging from jazz and pop, to stage musicals, as well as featuring young singer Megan Howlett, New Stages founder Joseph Ballard and other Pop Up Theatre members.

Titania Trust will be performing at the Pop Up People’s Theatre, in the function hall of the Black Swan pub, at 8pm on September 22. Tickets (over 18s only) are available from the Showcase Gallery, North Walsham, by phoning 01692 434112, or from www.new-stages.co.uk

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