What's On - Theatre
Upcoming theatre shows at the Theatre...
The Panto Company Presents:
3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th December
The Panto Company’s 2014 pantomime production of Cinderella is filled with lively characters, up to date chart songs and slapstick humour, with something to please everyone, romance and of course – a daring adventure.
Off The Kerb Productions Presents:
Romesh Ranganthan/Suzi Ruffell - Comedy Double Bill
Off The Kerb Productions presents a hilarious double bill of stand up comedy talent from two of its brightest stars in Romesh Ranganathan and Suzi Ruffell.
Long standing co-vocalists with The Blues Band, Paul Jones (60s chart topper with Manfred Mann) and Dave Kelly bring the dynamic and exhilarating Country Blues set to the Century Theatre.
Come and experience the other side of Talon: The Acoustic Collection, as they perform a selection of their favourite contemporary acoustic classics by James Taylor, Simon & Garfunkel, Cat Stevens, CSN&Y, Michael Jackson, and many more together with their own laid back style of banter…
Rabbit Theatre Presents:
The team that brought you the award-winning ‘Great Expectations’ have got their teeth into Bram Stoker’s classic tale of the vampire.
Be warned: this monstrous, disturbing (and completely batty) tale of dark deeds and the UnDead, will thrill and seduce you.
"Listen to them... the children of the night. What music they make!"
Touchstone Media Presents:
Colin Fry - 6ixth Sense Anniversary Tour
Being one of the World’s most recognised Spiritualist Mediums and Healers, Colin’s TV series “ 6ixth Sense” has now been broadcast worldwide for 10 years making his public performances an International demand.
This year’s tour will once again see Colin Fry bring his own unique form of comfort and upliftment to ordinary people living ordinary lives, proving once
again he IS very much the Peoples Medium.
Undoubtedly our country’s most colourful monarch, the King aged in his early 50s, appears in the most splendid bejewelled and golden costume; a near replica of the famous Holbein portrait.
This portrayal of the King in the later years of his life is based upon the most detailed research. He recounts his life, telling of his wives, children, and the events of his long reign in a most forceful fashion. He is ill and is greatly pained by his badly infected leg and, although recently married to his sixth wife, he appears an angry and vengeful man. This is a highly acclaimed and powerful presentation that is offered in the form of an ‘audience’ with the King, during the course of which, the public may question and petition their Monarch.
The Counterfeit Sixties presents a showcase of the great bands of this unforgettable time. The fantastic music of The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who, The Dave Clark Five, The Kinks and The Monkees - to name but a few - all recreated in this stunning show.
Lakin McCarthy Presents:
Susan Calman - Lady Like
Award-winning comedian Susan Calman is embarking on her first ever UK tour.
If you’ve seen her before, ‘Lady Like’ will be a reassuring couple of hours spent with the woman her neighbours call “the mad cat lady”. If you don’t know who she is, ‘Lady Like’ will, at the very least, make you feel better about your own life. A show about being older, wiser and liking yourself whatever anyone might say.
Comedy from Calman, as seen and heard on The News Quiz, Calman is Convicted (Best Radio Comedy 2013 – Writers Guild Award), QI, HIGNFY, Fresh Meat and Would I Lie To You.
Blonde Sheep Events Ltd Presents:
An Evening of Mediumship with Tony Stockwell
The popular star of TV’s Street Psychic, Psychic Private Eyes and Psychic Academy, Tony Stockwell demonstrates his belief that those who have passed can communicate with their loved ones, all delivered with emotion, sensitivity and empathy. Remarkably compelling, amazingly detailed and always humorous. We hope that nobody can fail to come away untouched by the experience.
Presented by Lesley Smith (Curator of Tutbury Castle and Elizabethan Historian)
This glittering presentation and Q&A will transport the audience back to the time of the Tudors.
PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF DATE.