Salad Days is the delightful story of recent graduates Timothy and Jane in the midst of a sunny summer in 1954. Glum with their overbearing and pushy parents to ‘find themselves something to do’, Timothy and Jane take on a job looking after a piano in a park. Little are they prepared to deal with the magic that follows, getting them into all kinds of musical trouble and choreographic hilarity. Madness ensues!
Julian Slade and Dorothy Reynolds’ timeless musical is an absolute romp of polite naughtiness and saucy encounters, that endeavours to put a smile on your face and a tap in your toes. With an energetic and peppy score featuring songs such as ‘We Said We Wouldn’t Look Back’, ‘Look At Me, I’m Dancing’, and ‘We’re Looking For A Piano’, Salad Days is a classic musical glittered with thoughts of community, love, and happiness that are still as necessary and vital today as they have ever been.
Director - Bryan Hodgson
Choreographer - Joanne Mcshane