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PANIC

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Blending historical fact, a splash of fiction, a dose of comedy, and plenty of music, 'Panic' tells the incredible, behind-the-scenes story of Orson Welles' notorious 1938 radio adaptation of H G Wells' The War of the Worlds. Many Americans tuning in mistakenly believed that the drama was a news report declaring a real invasion from Mars! Was it an accident, or was it Welles' plan all along, so as to get a ticket to fame in Hollywood?

This will be the UK premiere of a new musical from the writer of Thrill Me, a sold-out hit at Hampton Hill Theatre in 2023. "The stuff of legend and a benchmark in broadcast history!" Broadway World

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Panic - A Live Radio Musical

Type:Late Night Events

Hampton Hill Theatre, 90 High Street, Hampton Hill, London, TW12 1NZ

Tel: 0208 410 4546

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