Children love nothing better than a classic Roald Dahl tale and this Half Term they can have three times the fun when three of his books are brought to life at the Empire Theatre.
Revolting Dirty Stew is an adaption of the much loved Roald Dahl classics, Revolting Rhymes, Dirty Beasts and Rhyme Stew. Following the adventures of Red Riding Hood, Dick Whittington, Snow White and more, this show is one for children of all ages.
The three books have been adapted for the stage by Lisa-Marie Hunt and follow on from the enormous success of The Twits and The Witches.
The performances take place over the Bank Holiday weekend on Sunday 28th May 2017 with performances at 2pm and 6pm. All tickets are just £5.
Michael Berry, Chairman of the Empire Theatre said, “These family shows have proved exceptionally popular with sell out performances and we see them as a great way to introduce children to live theatre with lots of fun and laughter thrown in.”
Venue: The Blackburn Empire at Ewood. Performances on Sunday 28th May at 2pm and 6pm. All tickets £5.
Tickets are available online at or by calling the Booking Office on 01254 685 500 (Monday to Saturday 10:00am to 12:30pm)