DROITWICH Spa High School will be performing their adaptation of the popular musical Loserville from Tuesday to Thursday, April 5 to 7.
The show tells the story of Michael Dork who is struggling to find the confidence to talk to his dream girl while also hoping to be able to get two computers to talk to each other.
Leia’ attempts to get rid of the self-absorbed Eddie and find out whether Holly will make it to space.
With music for the original play provided by James Bourne and Elliot Davis, Loserville was created by the National Youth Theatre of Great Britain and was at London’s Garrick Theatre for three months.
A spokesperson said students were thrilled to be returning to the stage following the Covid pandemic and were looking forward to welcoming people to the theatre.
Tickets – at £7.50 – are available on the door or by clicking here.