A tone-deaf boy enters a singing contest to please his musical relatives in Sing Something Simple, a family comedy starring both learning disabled and non-learning disabled actors.
Sing Something Simple tells the story of Spencer, a young lad who decides to keep his family’s dreams alive when his older brother abandons a singing career to enter the Army. Despite his lack of ability, Spencer steps into the limelight in this uplifting show that is packed with great pop songs.
Presented by Dark Horse, Sing Something Simple can be seen at the Trinity Theatre in Tunbridge Wells on Friday March 15. Tickets cost £14/£12. To book call the box office on 01892 678 678 or visit www.trinitytheatre.net