The National Opera House stage is to host an explosion of colour this weekend as Olga Conway's Discovering Drama junior students stage their production of 'Madagascar'.
The show promises to be a real hit and features impressive, colourful costumes and a wonderful set, as well as some of the finest young actors that Wexford has to offer. The students will bring all of the fun and zany characters from the hit film to life in a thoroughly entertaining show.
This will be the first time the show is staged in the south east and it follows our favourite characters from the zoo all the way back to the island of Madagascar, where the fun really starts to happen.
The show will be a great experience for the young cast, giving them an opportunity to perform on one of the finest stages in the country. It gets under way on May 26 at 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. and tickets are priced at €14 for adults and €12 for children. To book yours, visit www.nationaloperahouse.ie.