Can you help feisty little orphan Annie find her dog? Lovable canine star Sandy was last seen in 1930s New York, near Miss Hannigan’s orphanage, but has also been spotted at the massive mansion of famous billionaire Oliver “Daddy” Warbucks. Now rumour has it that Sandy is hiding somewhere in Horsham! Have you seen him?
Horsham Amateur Operatic & Dramatic Society (HAODS) are bringing one of the world’s best-loved musicals, ‘Annie’, to The Capitol this November and are looking for a lovable canine pal to join them on stage.
HAODS has been entertaining Horsham for over 60 years, but this is the first time they’ve done ‘Annie’. Their version of this sunny musical will be performed by two, all-singing all-dancing, casts of children, plus a talented adult cast, to give us a heart-warming show about optimistic orphan Annie’s adventures to find her parents.
If you think your dog would make a great companion for Annie, then please contact email@example.com. They don’t need to able to sing and dance but as long as they are comfortable around children, HAODS would love to hear from you.
‘Annie’ will be on at The Capitol, Horsham, from November 15 to 19, with performances every evening, plus a Saturday matinee. Tickets are selling fast, so call the box office on: 01403 750 220 or visit: www.thecapitolhorsham.com
To find out more about HAODS, visit: www.haods.co.uk, follow the HAODS Facebook page, or on twitter @HAODSHorsham.
Photo credit- Chris Dale. HAODS Annies played by Cassie Philpott, Harriet Douglas, Emily Wheatley