Free and easy musical to be put on by youngsters across county

The play is set in the 1960s
The play is set in the 1960s

A set of young performers will be putting on a musical set around the fabulous 60s.

The East Midlands premiere production of Free & Easy is being put on by Stagemasque Theatre Company with a cast aged between 14 and 23.

Find out how the staff and regulars of The Last Drop pub deal with a proposed takeover to turn it into a strip-club. Will it be the end of the pub as they know it, or can it be saved?

With memorable songs from that unforgettable era like Da Doo Ron Ron and Why Do Fools Fall In Love, your feet will be wanting to dance along. Plus could you be described as a “Dedicated Follower of Fashion?”

The show comes to The Star Hall, Laws Lane in Finedon. The group hope the writer of the show Bill Cronshaw will be at one of the shows.

It will be performed from Wednesday, September 9, to Saturday, September 12, with performances starting at 7.30pm each night.

Tickets for all performances are £8 for adults and £7 for concessions. They can be booked by calling 01536 726311. For further information about the group visit