Audiences are invited to visit the upside-down as parody musical Stranger Sings heads to Stevenage.

The Stranger Things-inspired show will be performed at the Gordon Craig Theatre at 7.30pm on January 29, 30 and 31.

Tickets are available at!-i3578 or by calling the box office on 01438 363200.

The sci-fi spoof, with book, music and lyrics by Jonathan Hogue, is described as a "wild, irreverent twist" on the Netflix series - which first aired in 2016 and is set to release its fifth season.

A description of the musical parody states: "Take a trip with your favourite gang on a night of indulgent pop culture references, heavy synth, poor parenting, dancing demogorgons and maybe - just maybe - you might find justice for Barb along the way.


"Let the incredible original writing of Jonathan Hogue subvert the genre with this fearless parody, where there are too many mullets, a generous helping of fairy lights, and the 80s finally embraces feminism.

"So, hop(per) on your bike and grab your transmitter radio (don’t forget your inhaler); because saving your friends is the answer to this never ending story."

Stranger Sings is directed by Ellis Kerkhoven, with choreography by Lucinda Lawrence.