Pass the Porter Theatre presents “Laid Siege”

An entertaining musical interpretation of the Siege of Sheffield Castle. Told as cook Liz and under-steward Thomas try valiantly to hold the Castle walls!

Sunday August 18th at 2pm in Old Queens Head pub.

Pay-What-You-Feel. Proceeds to Friends of Sheffield Castle

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  1. An updated version of a musical fusion of the lives of ordinary people,the radicalism and hopes for the future at a time of national and local crisis.Any resemblance to the present state of affairs in ‘this blessed plot’is purely coincidental.Sung along to with gusto to ‘Dashing Away With A Smoothing Iron”The Diggers Song”How Many Flowers Grow Etc’Only grumble it wasn’t long enough.With thanks to Pass the Porter Theatre- the Old Hawle In The Poandes PubLic House and the audience who raised £76 for the Friends Of Sheffield Castle.

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