Hidden on the outskirts of Manchester in Ancoats is a theatrical gem so I thought it was only fair that I share it! The Hope Mill Theatre is in a converted mill and as soon as we walked in we instantly felt welcomed and even more keen to watch the musical production of “Little Women”.
None of us imagined just how amazing the production would be…
It really was a West End standard production in an intimate converted mill. It was phenomenal from start to finish. The first half left us full of enthusiasm and anticipation for the rest of the show and I was so engrossed in the second half that it felt like I was laughing and crying at the same time.
The singing was sensational and if you’re lucky enough to go and see it you really won’t regret it.
What a wonderful birthday treat from my lovely friend Elisabeth who had travelled over from Aberdeen to share it with me and our good friend Rachel.
We also enjoyed delicious food before the show – hummus, pizza’s, olives and a cheeky glass of prossecco.
I believe there are still tickets available and the show is on till 9th December. It was so good that I’m even considering going again!
For more information or to book your tickets visit: https://hopemilltheatre.co.uk/events/little-women/