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Saturday 28thFebruary at 7.30pmTickets -£12, concessions - £10iShine PA is an exciting new local performance group who,for this show, are bringing together both its youth and adult sections. Withsongs from musical theatre, movies and  contemporary pop iShine performingArts promise to deliver a wonderful night of entertainment for all the family.
iSHINE PERFORMING ARTS PRESENTS PAGE TO STAGE

Saturday 28thFebruary at 7.30pm

Tickets -£12, concessions - £10

iShine PA is an exciting new local performance group who,for this show, are bringing together both its youth and adult sections. Withsongs from musical theatre, movies and  contemporary pop iShine performingArts promise to deliver a wonderful night of entertainment for all the family.

28/02/2015 19:30
Monday 2nd Mar at 7.45pm Tuesday 3rd Mar at 11am (Bring Baby) & 7.45pm Wednesday 4th Mar at 3pm & 7.45pm2014, USA, 123 minsDirector: James MarshStarring: Eddie Redmayne, Felicity Jones, Tom Pryor The relationship between the famous physicist Stephen Hawking and his wife.Nominated for 5 Academy Awards including Best Picture, Best Actress & Best Actor
The Theory of Everything (12A)

Monday 2nd Mar at 7.45pm

Tuesday 3rd Mar at 11am (Bring Baby) & 7.45pm

Wednesday 4th Mar at 3pm & 7.45pm


2014, USA, 123 mins
Director: James Marsh
Starring: Eddie Redmayne, Felicity Jones, Tom Pryor

The relationship between the famous physicist Stephen Hawking and his wife.

Nominated for 5 Academy Awards including Best Picture, Best Actress & Best Actor

02/03/2015 to 04/03/2015
Thursday 5th March at 1pmFriday 6th March at 10am, 1pm & 7.45pm Saturday 7thMarch at 1pm & 7.45pmTickets -£12.50, concessions - £10.00Running time - 95 minutesSchoolbookers please call 01633 656679 for group booking rateNewport-based TinShed Theatre present this classic text, which has received excellent audiencefeedback on both occasions that it has previously played The Riverfront. Of Mice and Men tells the story of George Milton and Lenny Small, twovery different men bound together by providence. Set against the backdrop ofthe American Great Depression, our hapless protagonists hatch a plan to leave their life of poverty behind and start anew. It seems so simple, and perhapsthat’s what is so beautiful about it, but little do they know, fate still has a hand to play. ​Based on John Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men this play barely needs an introduction. Since its first début on stage in the November of 1937 it has become staple in British theatre, and although many audiences have seen itbefore, they simple joy of its writing, through to the build up of its climactic end never fail to entertain and move audiences new and old to the story."The company were thoroughly prepared and professional and made a bigimpression on our year 10 students. I would recommend them to any educationalestablishment wishing to promote Drama or cross curricular themes throughdrama." Sue Lovecy. Assistant head and Director ofArts Rhyn Park School.
OF MICE & MEN

Thursday 5th March at 1pm

Friday 6th March at 10am, 1pm & 7.45pm

Saturday 7thMarch at 1pm & 7.45pm

Tickets -£12.50, concessions - £10.00
Running time - 95 minutes

Schoolbookers please call 01633 656679 for group booking rate

Newport-based TinShed Theatre present this classic text, which has received excellent audiencefeedback on both occasions that it has previously played The Riverfront.

Of Mice and Men tells the story of George Milton and Lenny Small, twovery different men bound together by providence. Set against the backdrop ofthe American Great Depression, our hapless protagonists hatch a plan to leave their life of poverty behind and start anew. It seems so simple, and perhapsthat’s what is so beautiful about it, but little do they know, fate still has a hand to play. ​

Based on John Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men this play barely needs an introduction. Since its first début on stage in the November of 1937 it has become staple in British theatre, and although many audiences have seen itbefore, they simple joy of its writing, through to the build up of its climactic end never fail to entertain and move audiences new and old to the story.

"The company were thoroughly prepared and professional and made a bigimpression on our year 10 students. I would recommend them to any educationalestablishment wishing to promote Drama or cross curricular themes throughdrama." Sue Lovecy. Assistant head and Director ofArts Rhyn Park School.

05/03/2015 to 07/03/2015
Thursday 5th March at 7.30pmTickets - £10, concessions - £8, students - £6For school bookings please call 01633 656679Three's A Crowd brings together six superb performing artists in this breathtaking and touching look at human relationships, emotions and how we all affect each other. Set around a reunion of friends, what really lies beneath the surface of this get together? How are the characters connected? What happens to the dynamic, to each other, when a third element becomes involved?Told with stunning imagery, thrills, spills, heartbreak, happiness and the odd bit of humour, Three's A Crowd is an aerial dance theatre show involving harness flying, aerial acrobatics, circus, dance and theatre. Directed by Jennifer Paterson, designed by Becky Minto, written by Zoe Venditozzi, and set to a powerful new score by Luke Sutherland. All or Nothing is Scotland's leading aerial dance company creating, performing, training and helping to establish aerial arts in Scotland.
THREE'S A CROWD: All or Nothing Aerial Dance Theatre

Thursday 5th March at 7.30pm

Tickets - £10, concessions - £8, students - £6

For school bookings please call 01633 656679

Three's A Crowd brings together six superb performing artists in this breathtaking and touching look at human relationships, emotions and how we all affect each other. Set around a reunion of friends, what really lies beneath the surface of this get together? How are the characters connected? What happens to the dynamic, to each other, when a third element becomes involved?

Told with stunning imagery, thrills, spills, heartbreak, happiness and the odd bit of humour, Three's A Crowd is an aerial dance theatre show involving harness flying, aerial acrobatics, circus, dance and theatre. Directed by Jennifer Paterson, designed by Becky Minto, written by Zoe Venditozzi, and set to a powerful new score by Luke Sutherland.

All or Nothing is Scotland's leading aerial dance company creating, performing, training and helping to establish aerial arts in Scotland.

05/03/2015 19:30
In celebration of International Women’s Day and following on from the success of their 2014 exhibition, Newport Women & Makers will showcase a broad range of art and crafts forms. The exhibition will also offer an insight into the multiplicity of creative processes adopted by women whose backgrounds and experience are varied but share in a common tenacious character.
International Women's Day Exhibition
In celebration of International Women’s Day and following on from the success of their 2014 exhibition, Newport Women & Makers will showcase a broad range of art and crafts forms. The exhibition will also offer an insight into the multiplicity of creative processes adopted by women whose backgrounds and experience are varied but share in a common tenacious character.
07/03/2015 to 28/03/2015
Saturday 7th March at 7.30pmTickets - £20This extraordinary show, dubbed The Definitive Pink Floyd Experience, is renowned for its stunning celebration of one of the world's greatest musical phenomena. Established in 1994, the incredibly talented musicians who make up Think Floyd have managed to faithfully recreate all the atmosphere, visual magnitude and musical excellence of Pink Floyd live on stage. It's no wonder they have long been regarded as The UK's finest tribute to Pink Floyd. The brand new Think Floyd production for 2015 celebrates the 40th anniversary of Wish You Were Here, arguably one of the band’s finest albums. The show will feature a performance of the entire masterpiece, complete with an impressive laser light show, along with music from the whole range of classic Pink Floyd including Dark Side of the Moon, The Wall, Animals, The Division Bell and much more.This is a must- see for all Pink Floyd fans!www.thinkfloyd.net 
THINK FLOYD LIVE IN CONCERT

Saturday 7th March at 7.30pm

Tickets - £20

This extraordinary show, dubbed The Definitive Pink Floyd Experience, is renowned for its stunning celebration of one of the world's greatest musical phenomena. Established in 1994, the incredibly talented musicians who make up Think Floyd have managed to faithfully recreate all the atmosphere, visual magnitude and musical excellence of Pink Floyd live on stage. It's no wonder they have long been regarded as The UK's finest tribute to Pink Floyd. The brand new Think Floyd production for 2015 celebrates the 40th anniversary of Wish You Were Here, arguably one of the band’s finest albums. The show will feature a performance of the entire masterpiece, complete with an impressive laser light show, along with music from the whole range of classic Pink Floyd including Dark Side of the Moon, The Wall, Animals, The Division Bell and much more.

This is a must- see for all Pink Floyd fans!

www.thinkfloyd.net

 

07/03/2015 19:30
Monday 9th March 2015 from 7pmTickets - £1This is an evening to celebrate International Womens Day. Featuring a series of performances by local and national female artists, the celebrations will include dance, live music, spoken word performances and film screenings. Already confirmed to perform at the showcase are Newport’s own Bella Bella Dance school and up-and-coming award winning artist, TrueMendous; a conscious story teller, spoken word artist, poet and rapper from Birmingham. There will also be an International Women’s Day Exhibition taking place in our art galleries in March.A fun and inspirational evening!There will also be arts and boutique stalls in the foyer.
INTERNATIONAL WOMENS DAY

Monday 9th March 2015 from 7pm

Tickets - £1

This is an evening to celebrate International Womens Day. 

Featuring a series of performances by local and national female artists, the celebrations will include dance, live music, spoken word performances and film screenings. Already confirmed to perform at the showcase are Newport’s own Bella Bella Dance school and up-and-coming award winning artist, TrueMendous; a conscious story teller, spoken word artist, poet and rapper from Birmingham.

There will also be an International Women’s Day Exhibition taking place in our art galleries in March.

A fun and inspirational evening!

There will also be arts and boutique stalls in the foyer.

09/03/2015 19:00
Monday 9th Mar at 7.45pm Tuesday 10th Mar at 7.45pm2014, USA, 119 minsDirector: Alejandro Gonzalez InarrituStarring: Michael Keaton, Emma Stone, Ed Norton A washed up actor, who once played an iconic superhero, battles his ego and attempts to recover his family, his career and himself in the days leading up to the opening of a Broadway play.Nominated for 9 Academy Awards including Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Director and Best Supporting Actor and Actress
Birdman (15)

Monday 9th Mar at 7.45pm

Tuesday 10th Mar at 7.45pm


2014, USA, 119 mins
Director: Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu
Starring: Michael Keaton, Emma Stone, Ed Norton

A washed up actor, who once played an iconic superhero, battles his ego and attempts to recover his family, his career and himself in the days leading up to the opening of a Broadway play.

Nominated for 9 Academy Awards including Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Director and Best Supporting Actor and Actress

09/03/2015 to 10/03/2015
By Giuseppe VerdiWednesday 11th March at 7.30pm. This performance is broadcast LIVE.Tickets - £12.50 La traviata tells the moving story of how the beautiful but fragile courtesan Violetta is coerced into sacrificing her one hope of personal happiness for the sake of her lover’s reputation.A tragic and resonant tale of society and morality, Verdi’s masterpiece combines compelling characters with hugely powerful, moving and instantly recognisable melodies, making it one of the most emotionally engaging and popular operas of all time. Peter Konwitschny’s celebrated production of La Traviata returns to ENO, cutting to the very heart of the opera’s themes of passionate love and tragicdeath with a modern and uncluttered staging, and a running time of less than two hours.Making her UK debutas Violetta is soprano Elizabeth Zharoff, who stars alongside ENO Harewood Artist Ben Johnson as Alfredo and acclaimed baritone Anthony Michaels-Moore as Alfredo’s father, Giorgio Germont.La traviata is sung and surtitled in English | Running time: 1hrs 50mins
ENO SCREEN: La Traviata

By Giuseppe Verdi

Wednesday 11th March at 7.30pm. This performance is broadcast LIVE.

Tickets - £12.50

 

La traviata tells the moving story of how the beautiful but fragile courtesan Violetta is coerced into sacrificing her one hope of personal happiness for the sake of her lover’s reputation.

A tragic and resonant tale of society and morality, Verdi’s masterpiece combines compelling characters with hugely powerful, moving and instantly recognisable melodies, making it one of the most emotionally engaging and popular operas of all time. Peter Konwitschny’s celebrated production of La Traviata returns to ENO, cutting to the very heart of the opera’s themes of passionate love and tragicdeath with a modern and uncluttered staging, and a running time of less than two hours.

Making her UK debutas Violetta is soprano Elizabeth Zharoff, who stars alongside ENO Harewood Artist Ben Johnson as Alfredo and acclaimed baritone Anthony Michaels-Moore as Alfredo’s father, Giorgio Germont.

La traviata is sung and surtitled in English | Running time: 1hrs 50mins

11/03/2015 19:30
Tickets - £7.50, Family of Four - £28 (this offer will automatically apply in your basket).There is an extra 70p charge if you would like your tickets posted. Thursday 12th March at 7pm - Cardiff afternoon Academy Friday 13th March at 7pm - Caerleon Academy Saturday 14th March at 2pm - Rougemont Academy Saturday 14th March at 7pm - Cardiff morning Academy  Running time approximately 1 hour 50 minutes.The Children's Academy of Stage Training (CAST) are putting on their fantastic annual show. This year we will be performing the 1960's classic Musical "OLIVER" by Lionel Bart. The show includes great numbers such as Consider Yourself, Pick a Pocket or Two & Oom Pah Pah! 
CAST: Oliver!

Tickets - £7.50, Family of Four - £28 (this offer will automatically apply in your basket).

There is an extra 70p charge if you would like your tickets posted.

 

Thursday 12th March at 7pm - Cardiff afternoon Academy

Friday 13th March at 7pm - Caerleon Academy 

Saturday 14th March at 2pm - Rougemont Academy

Saturday 14th March at 7pm - Cardiff morning Academy 

 

Running time approximately 1 hour 50 minutes.

The Children's Academy of Stage Training (CAST) are putting on their fantastic annual show. This year we will be performing the 1960's classic Musical "OLIVER" by Lionel Bart. The show includes great numbers such as Consider Yourself, Pick a Pocket or Two & Oom Pah Pah! 

12/03/2015 to 14/03/2015
A new play by David Hare, based on the book by Katherine BooThursday 12th March at 7pm - Broadcast LIVETickets - £12.50, concessions - £10  Meera Syal (The Kumars,Goodness Gracious Me, Rafta Rafta at the National) returns to the National Theatre, directed by Rufus Norris (Broken, London Road).Pulizter Prize-winner Katherine Boo spent three years in Annawadi recording the lives of its residents. From her uncompromising book, winner of the National Book Awardfor Non-Fiction 2012, David Hare has fashioned a tumultuous play on an epicscale.India is surging with global ambition. But beyond the luxury hotels surrounding Mumbai airport lies a makeshift slum, full of people with plans of their own. Zehrunisa and her son Abdul aim to recycle enough rubbish to fund a proper house. Sunil, twelve and stunted, wants to eat until he’s as tall as Kalu the thief. Asha seeks to steal government anti-poverty funds to turn herself into a ‘first-class person’, while her daughter Manju intends to become the slum’s first female graduate.But their schemes are fragile; global recession threatens the garbage trade, and another slum-dweller is about to make an accusation that will destroy herself and shatter the neighbourhood.Broadcast live from the National Theatre in London and screened in The Riverfront’s Studio Theatre.
NT LIVE: Behind The Beautiful Forevers (Ages 12+)

A new play by David Hare, based on the book by Katherine Boo

Thursday 12th March at 7pm - Broadcast LIVE


Tickets - £12.50, concessions - £10

 

 

Meera Syal (The Kumars,Goodness Gracious Me, Rafta Rafta at the National) returns to the National Theatre, directed by Rufus Norris (Broken, London Road).

Pulizter Prize-winner Katherine Boo spent three years in Annawadi recording the lives of its residents. From her uncompromising book, winner of the National Book Awardfor Non-Fiction 2012, David Hare has fashioned a tumultuous play on an epicscale.

India is surging with global ambition. But beyond the luxury hotels surrounding Mumbai airport lies a makeshift slum, full of people with plans of their own. Zehrunisa and her son Abdul aim to recycle enough rubbish to fund a proper house. Sunil, twelve and stunted, wants to eat until he’s as tall as Kalu the thief. Asha seeks to steal government anti-poverty funds to turn herself into a ‘first-class person’, while her daughter Manju intends to become the slum’s first female graduate.

But their schemes are fragile; global recession threatens the garbage trade, and another slum-dweller is about to make an accusation that will destroy herself and shatter the neighbourhood.

Broadcast live from the National Theatre in London and screened in The Riverfront’s Studio Theatre.

12/03/2015 19:00
Friday 13th March and Saturday 14th March at 7.45pm£10 full price, £8.50 concessions Ages 16 and overThe best thing that Nic Young (TheRiverfront’s Theatre Director) saw at the Edinburgh Festival of 2013, a brilliantly performed, very clever story about counterfeiters who get into trouble in a number of ways…David Leddy is an incredibly goodwriter, with a very imaginative approach to staging. Approximately 75 minuteshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NdNkO29uOms
LONG LIVE THE LITTLE KNIFE: David Leddy/Fire Exit

Friday 13th March and Saturday 14th March at 7.45pm

£10 full price, £8.50 concessions

 

Ages 16 and over

The best thing that Nic Young (TheRiverfront’s Theatre Director) saw at the Edinburgh Festival of 2013, a brilliantly performed, very clever story about counterfeiters who get into trouble in a number of ways…

David Leddy is an incredibly goodwriter, with a very imaginative approach to staging.

Approximately 75 minutes
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NdNkO29uOms

13/03/2015 to 14/03/2015
Wednesday 18th March at 7.45pmTickets - £10, concessions - £8.50The Harri-Parris are a west Walian farming family. Hilarious and dysfunctional,they love nothing more than having visitors round. And that’s you! Anni, the farm’s only daughter, is getting married and so the Harri-Parris want to celebrate the big day with you. Well, not the actual big day, they're not made of money. How about the night before? The night they're going to meet Anni'snew English, vegetarian, indie musician fiancé for the first time. What couldpossibly for wrong!? Dust off your posh hats and join the Harri-Parris for a thoroughly entertainingevening of songs, stories and cake. Lots of cake.  Check out the trailer here: https://vimeo.com/90575873
THE HARRI PARRIS: THE BIG DAY

Wednesday 18th March at 7.45pm

Tickets - £10, concessions - £8.50

The Harri-Parris are a west Walian farming family. Hilarious and dysfunctional,they love nothing more than having visitors round. And that’s you! Anni, the farm’s only daughter, is getting married and so the Harri-Parris want to celebrate the big day with you. Well, not the actual big day, they're not made of money. How about the night before? The night they're going to meet Anni'snew English, vegetarian, indie musician fiancé for the first time. What couldpossibly for wrong!?

Dust off your posh hats and join the Harri-Parris for a thoroughly entertainingevening of songs, stories and cake. Lots of cake. 

Check out the trailer here: https://vimeo.com/90575873

18/03/2015 19:45
Thursday 19th March at 7.30pmTickets - £8, concessions £5 The Category Finals of BBC Young Dancer 2015 come to The Riverfront, with the UK’s best young dancers performing in this brand new award.Dancers aged 16-20 from all over the UK were invited to enter in four categories: Ballet, Contemporary, Hip Hop and South Asian Dance.We’re down to five in each category and tonight it’s the Contemporary dancers who will perform in front of a panel of judges for the Contemporary title and a place in the BBC Young Dancer Grand Final.Highlights of this performance will be shown on BBC Four in April as part the BBC’s ‘Year of Song and Dance’. There will be television cameras in the theatre.
BBC Young Dancer 2015 Contemporary Category Final

Thursday 19th March at 7.30pm

Tickets - £8, concessions £5

 

The Category Finals of BBC Young Dancer 2015 come to The Riverfront, with the UK’s best young dancers performing in this brand new award.

Dancers aged 16-20 from all over the UK were invited to enter in four categories: Ballet, Contemporary, Hip Hop and South Asian Dance.

We’re down to five in each category and tonight it’s the Contemporary dancers who will perform in front of a panel of judges for the Contemporary title and a place in the BBC Young Dancer Grand Final.

Highlights of this performance will be shown on BBC Four in April as part the BBC’s ‘Year of Song and Dance’. There will be television cameras in the theatre.

19/03/2015 19:30
Friday 20th March at 7.30pmTickets - £8, concessions £5 The Category Finals of BBC Young Dancer 2015 come to The Riverfront, with the UK’s best young dancers performing in this brand new award.Dancers aged 16-20 from all over the UK were invited to enter in four categories: Ballet, Contemporary, Hip Hop and South Asian Dance.We’re down to five in each category and tonight it’s the Hip Hop dancers who will perform in front of a panel of judges for the Hip Hop title and a place in the BBC Young Dancer Grand Final.Highlights of this performance will be shown on BBC Four in April as part the BBC’s ‘Year of Song and Dance’. There will be television cameras in the theatre.
BBC Young Dancer 2015 Hip Hop Category Final

Friday 20th March at 7.30pm

Tickets - £8, concessions £5

 

The Category Finals of BBC Young Dancer 2015 come to The Riverfront, with the UK’s best young dancers performing in this brand new award.

Dancers aged 16-20 from all over the UK were invited to enter in four categories: Ballet, Contemporary, Hip Hop and South Asian Dance.

We’re down to five in each category and tonight it’s the Hip Hop dancers who will perform in front of a panel of judges for the Hip Hop title and a place in the BBC Young Dancer Grand Final.

Highlights of this performance will be shown on BBC Four in April as part the BBC’s ‘Year of Song and Dance’. There will be television cameras in the theatre.

20/03/2015 19:30
Saturday 21stMarch at 7.30pmTickets - £8, concessions £5The Category Finals of BBC Young Dancer 2015 come to The Riverfront, with the UK’s best young dancers performing in this brand new award.Dancers aged 16-20 from all over the UK were invited to enter in four categories: Ballet, Contemporary, Hip Hop and South Asian Dance.We’re down to five in each category and tonight it’s the South Asian dancers who will perform in front of a panel of judges for the South Asian Dance title and a place in the BBC Young Dancer Grand Final.Highlights of this performance will be shown on BBC Four in April as part the BBC’s ‘Year of Song and Dance’. There will be television cameras in the theatre.
BBC Young Dancer 2015 South Asian Category Final

Saturday 21stMarch at 7.30pm

Tickets - £8, concessions £5

The Category Finals of BBC Young Dancer 2015 come to The Riverfront, with the UK’s best young dancers performing in this brand new award.

Dancers aged 16-20 from all over the UK were invited to enter in four categories: Ballet, Contemporary, Hip Hop and South Asian Dance.

We’re down to five in each category and tonight it’s the South Asian dancers who will perform in front of a panel of judges for the South Asian Dance title and a place in the BBC Young Dancer Grand Final.

Highlights of this performance will be shown on BBC Four in April as part the BBC’s ‘Year of Song and Dance’. There will be television cameras in the theatre.

21/03/2015 19:30
Sunday 22nd March at 7.30pmTickets - £8, concessions £5 The Category Finals of BBC Young Dancer 2015 come to The Riverfront, with the UK’s best young dancers performing in this brand new award.Dancers aged 16-20 from all over the UK were invited to enter in four categories: Ballet, Contemporary, Hip Hop and South Asian Dance.We’re down to five in each category and tonight it’s the Ballet dancers who will perform in front of a panel of judges for the Ballet title and a place in the BBC Young Dancer Grand Final.Highlights of this performance will be shown on BBC Four in April as part the BBC’s ‘Year of Song and Dance’. There will be television cameras in the theatre. 
BBC Young Dancer 2015 Ballet Category Final

Sunday 22nd March at 7.30pm

Tickets - £8, concessions £5

 

The Category Finals of BBC Young Dancer 2015 come to The Riverfront, with the UK’s best young dancers performing in this brand new award.

Dancers aged 16-20 from all over the UK were invited to enter in four categories: Ballet, Contemporary, Hip Hop and South Asian Dance.

We’re down to five in each category and tonight it’s the Ballet dancers who will perform in front of a panel of judges for the Ballet title and a place in the BBC Young Dancer Grand Final.

Highlights of this performance will be shown on BBC Four in April as part the BBC’s ‘Year of Song and Dance’. There will be television cameras in the theatre.

 

22/03/2015 19:30
Thursday 26th March at 7.45pmTickets - £10, concessions £8.50Circus-theatre inspired by Heath Robinson; for DIY enthusiasts, garden shed inventors, and the people who put up with them.An exploration into a relationship between man, circus and contraption using a blend of clown, juggling, magic and invention, all set to a unique live soundtrack of sounds and samples taken from the contraptions themselves.The award-winning PanGottic welcome you to the curious and surreal world of Oscar Boffin; a slightly obsessive compulsive inventor who will guide you through this Heath Robinson inspired piece of nonverbal Circus-Theatre.Pangottic performed at last year’s Big Splash with his street theatre show, Thingamabob, and now he’s back with more ‘awe-inspiring and outlandish entertainment’ (What’s On Stage).
LOGIC OF NOTHING

Thursday 26th March at 7.45pm

Tickets - £10, concessions £8.50

Circus-theatre inspired by Heath Robinson; for DIY enthusiasts, garden shed inventors, and the people who put up with them.

An exploration into a relationship between man, circus and contraption using a blend of clown, juggling, magic and invention, all set to a unique live soundtrack of sounds and samples taken from the contraptions themselves.

The award-winning PanGottic welcome you to the curious and surreal world of Oscar Boffin; a slightly obsessive compulsive inventor who will guide you through this Heath Robinson inspired piece of nonverbal Circus-Theatre.

Pangottic performed at last year’s Big Splash with his street theatre show, Thingamabob, and now he’s back with more ‘awe-inspiring and outlandish entertainment’ (What’s On Stage).

26/03/2015 19:45
Doors at 7.45pm, first act at 8.15pmFriday 27 FebruaryHolly Walsh* You may recognise Holly, best known for her appearances on All Over the Place, Mock the Week, '8 Out of 10 Cats' Does 'Deal or No Deal’ and other such brilliant TV panel shows. In 2011 she was also nominated for a Best Newcomer at the Edinburgh Comedy Awards at the Edinburgh Fringe festival.Lloyd Griffiths*Lloyd is a comedian, a professional choirboy and a good looking guy. He took his debut solo show to Edinburgh fringe festival in 2014 to rave reviews. Grimsby-born Lloyd regularly performs at some of the largest clubs in the UK and even some of the smaller ones too.*Due to unforseen circumstances Holly Walsh and Lloyd Griffiths are no longer performing on this date - taking their place will be Bethany Black, Joel Dommett and Mike Bubbins.Friday 27 MarchJoe Lycett, Junior Simpson, Charlie BakerPrice: £12.50 Plus 70p if you would like the tickets posted.
COMEDY SHED

Doors at 7.45pm, first act at 8.15pm

Friday 27 February

Holly Walsh*

You may recognise Holly, best known for her appearances on All Over the Place, Mock the Week, '8 Out of 10 Cats' Does 'Deal or No Deal’ and other such brilliant TV panel shows. In 2011 she was also nominated for a Best Newcomer at the Edinburgh Comedy Awards at the Edinburgh Fringe festival.

Lloyd Griffiths*

Lloyd is a comedian, a professional choirboy and a good looking guy. He took his debut solo show to Edinburgh fringe festival in 2014 to rave reviews. Grimsby-born Lloyd regularly performs at some of the largest clubs in the UK and even some of the smaller ones too.

*Due to unforseen circumstances Holly Walsh and Lloyd Griffiths are no longer performing on this date - taking their place will be Bethany Black, Joel Dommett and Mike Bubbins.


Friday 27 March

Joe Lycett, Junior Simpson, Charlie Baker


Price: £12.50
Plus 70p if you would like the tickets posted.

27/03/2015 20:15
Saturday 28th March at 3pmTickets - £12, concessions - £10, under 27 years - £4Cello Laura Van derHeijden Conductor Gareth Jones Sibelius Pelléas etMelisande Suite, Op. 46Shostakovich CelloConcerto No. 1Copland Quiet CityBeethoven Symphony No.8 in F Major, Op. 93 Since winning the BBC Young Musician of the Year competition in 2012 at the age of fifteen, cellist Laura van der Heijden has taken the world ofclassical music by storm, and forthcoming debuts for the (now) 17 yearr old include appearances with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Philharmonia Orchestra.  In this unmissable concert she will join forces with Sinfonia Cymru to bring the searing drama of Shostakovich’s first cello concerto to life in aprogramme that also features Beethoven’s exuberant eighth symphony and twoevocative works originally composed for the theatre stage: Sibelius’s magicalsuite from Pelléas et Mélisande, and the atmospheric Quiet City by Aaron Copland.
SINFONIA CYMRU WITH LAURA VAN DER HEIJDEN

Saturday 28th March at 3pm

Tickets - £12, concessions - £10, under 27 years - £4

Cello Laura Van derHeijden

Conductor Gareth Jones

 

Sibelius Pelléas etMelisande Suite, Op. 46

Shostakovich CelloConcerto No. 1

Copland Quiet City

Beethoven Symphony No.8 in F Major, Op. 93

 

Since winning the BBC Young Musician of the Year competition in 2012 at the age of fifteen, cellist Laura van der Heijden has taken the world ofclassical music by storm, and forthcoming debuts for the (now) 17 yearr old include appearances with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Philharmonia Orchestra. 

 

In this unmissable concert she will join forces with Sinfonia Cymru to bring the searing drama of Shostakovich’s first cello concerto to life in aprogramme that also features Beethoven’s exuberant eighth symphony and twoevocative works originally composed for the theatre stage: Sibelius’s magicalsuite from Pelléas et Mélisande, and the atmospheric Quiet City by Aaron Copland.

28/03/2015 15:00
By Arthur Miller, directed by Ivo van Hove, starring Mark StrongSaturday 28th March at 7pmTickets - £12.50, concessions - £10This is an ENCORE screening and will not be broadcast live from the Wyndham's Theatre but is pre-recorded. Don’t miss a stellar cast led by Mark Strong (The Imitation Game; Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy) in the Young Vic’s‘magnetic, electrifying, astonishingly bold’ production of A View from the Bridge – the EveningS tandard, Guardian and Independent’s top theatre pick of 2014.The great Arthur Miller confronts the American dream in this dark and passionate tale. In Brooklyn, longshore man Eddie Carbone welcomes his Sicilian cousins to the land of freedom. But when one of them falls for his beautiful niece, they discover that freedom comes at a price. Eddie’s jealous mistrust exposes a deep, unspeakable secret – one that drives him to commit the ultimate betrayal.Suggested age guide 12 years and over.For more details visit:http://ntlive.nationaltheatre.org.uk/productions/ntlout9-a-view-from-the-bridge
NT LIVE: A View From the Bridge

By Arthur Miller, directed by Ivo van Hove, starring Mark Strong

Saturday 28th March at 7pm

Tickets - £12.50, concessions - £10

This is an ENCORE screening and will not be broadcast live from the Wyndham's Theatre but is pre-recorded.

 

Don’t miss a stellar cast led by Mark Strong (The Imitation Game; Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy) in the Young Vic’s‘magnetic, electrifying, astonishingly bold’ production of A View from the Bridge – the EveningS tandard, Guardian and Independent’s top theatre pick of 2014.

The great Arthur Miller confronts the American dream in this dark and passionate tale. In Brooklyn, longshore man Eddie Carbone welcomes his Sicilian cousins to the land of freedom. But when one of them falls for his beautiful niece, they discover that freedom comes at a price. Eddie’s jealous mistrust exposes a deep, unspeakable secret – one that drives him to commit the ultimate betrayal.

Suggested age guide 12 years and over.

For more details visit:

http://ntlive.nationaltheatre.org.uk/productions/ntlout9-a-view-from-the-bridge

28/03/2015 19:00
Thursday 2nd April at 1.30pm& 3.30pmTickets - £6.50,Family of 4 - £22.00Running time approximately 45 minutesSuitable for ages 3-103! Bringing the outside in, M6's charming new production is set in the multi-sensory world of a traditionalweather house. Two loveable characters diligently monitor the ever-changing weather. He is happy in the bright, warm sunshine. She is happy in the wet, refreshing rain.But what happens when the winds of change blow? Blow so hard that everything becomes topsy-turvy? How will our pair cope in these new, unsettling conditions? It might rain, it might get a bit windy, but the show must go onwhatever the weather!
WHATEVER THE WEATHER: M6 Theatre (Ages 3+)

Thursday 2nd April at 1.30pm& 3.30pm

Tickets - £6.50,Family of 4 - £22.00

Running time approximately 45 minutes

Suitable for ages 3-103!

Bringing the outside in, M6's charming new production is set in the multi-sensory world of a traditionalweather house.
 
Two loveable characters diligently monitor the ever-changing weather. He is happy in the bright, warm sunshine. She is happy in the wet, refreshing rain.But what happens when the winds of change blow? Blow so hard that everything becomes topsy-turvy? How will our pair cope in these new, unsettling conditions? It might rain, it might get a bit windy, but the show must go onwhatever the weather!

02/04/2015
A barren landscape can betray life, teaming beneath the surface. A calm exterior may mask internal fear, anxiety or pain. The superficial surface of two dimensional artwork is often composed of multiple layers, and the viewer adds new perspectives and interpretations. Starting in the main gallery and descending to the basement, the viewer is invited to explore beneath the surface of this exhibition of new work. For more details regarding the exhibition, please visit www.diversemanners.org.uk
Beneath the Surface - Diverse Manners
A barren landscape can betray life, teaming beneath the surface. A calm exterior may mask internal fear, anxiety or pain. The superficial surface of two dimensional artwork is often composed of multiple layers, and the viewer adds new perspectives and interpretations. Starting in the main gallery and descending to the basement, the viewer is invited to explore beneath the surface of this exhibition of new work. For more details regarding the exhibition, please visit www.diversemanners.org.uk
08/04/2015 to 23/04/2015
Wednesday 8th April at 11.30am & 2.30pmRunning time approximately one hourTickets - £6.50, Family of Four - £22 (this discount will apply automatically when you have 4 tickets in your basket) Based on the best selling book by Steven Lee and written especially for parents to enjoy with their children, How The Koala Learnt To Hug is a charming tale about the magic of family and the importance of a nice, warm hug. So join Steven and a host of wild characters including Natascha the Witch, the Reggae Beavers and Karen the Koala for some great stories, singalong songs, superb games and first class hugging. Steven will be available to sign copies of his book How The Koala LearntTo Hug and Other Australian Fairytales which will be on sale at a specially reduced rate after the show.
HOW THE KOALA LEARNED TO HUG

Wednesday 8th April at 11.30am & 2.30pm

Running time approximately one hour

Tickets - £6.50, Family of Four - £22 (this discount will apply automatically when you have 4 tickets in your basket)

 

Based on the best selling book by Steven Lee and written especially for parents to enjoy with their children, How The Koala Learnt To Hug is a charming tale about the magic of family and the importance of a nice, warm hug.

 

So join Steven and a host of wild characters including Natascha the Witch, the Reggae Beavers and Karen the Koala for some great stories, singalong songs, superb games and first class hugging.

 

Steven will be available to sign copies of his book How The Koala LearntTo Hug and Other Australian Fairytales which will be on sale at a specially reduced rate after the show.

08/04/2015
Thursday 16th April at 7.45pmTickets - £10, concessions - £8.50"No one is innocent!” snarls the compere. At a cabaret based on the work of Alfred Hitchcock, these are the only words we can trust. Mary Bijou Cabaret and Social Club presents HITCH. Walking the line between hilarity and horror, the cabaret includes a singing Mrs. Danvers, extolling her beloved Rebecca; a Vertigo victim walking a wire in high heels; Tippi Hedren on a chinese pole, beset by Birds; Marlene Dietrich, prowling the theatre, looking for an accomplice or victim - she's not picky. With music by Tom Elstob (The Idol Rich), Bethan Cecil and Branwen Munn, the cast sing for their lives. Someone will lose their life tonight…perhaps more than one.Mary Bijou Cabaret and Social Club pushes cabaret to new frontiers. Created by a troupe of international circus and cabaret artists, veterans of NoFit State Circus and the underground live art scene of London, HITCH was originally commissioned for the Wales Millennium Centre and Blysh Festival. HITCH is also funded by the Arts Council Wales.Fancy dress is optional but highly recommended. Come as your favourite Hitchcock character … victim, villain or hapless innocent. Or maybe you fancy yourself as the ‘master of suspense’ himself."This is beyond cabaret and into the realm of high dramatic art. If I could give it six stars, I would. A triumph."*****John Christopher Wood
Hitch: MARY BIJOU CABARET & SOCIAL CLUB

Thursday 16th April at 7.45pm

Tickets - £10, concessions - £8.50

"No one is innocent!” snarls the compere. At a cabaret based on the work of Alfred Hitchcock, these are the only words we can trust. Mary Bijou Cabaret and Social Club presents HITCH. Walking the line between hilarity and horror, the cabaret includes a singing Mrs. Danvers, extolling her beloved Rebecca; a Vertigo victim walking a wire in high heels; Tippi Hedren on a chinese pole, beset by Birds; Marlene Dietrich, prowling the theatre, looking for an accomplice or victim - she's not picky. With music by Tom Elstob (The Idol Rich), Bethan Cecil and Branwen Munn, the cast sing for their lives. Someone will lose their life tonight…perhaps more than one.

Mary Bijou Cabaret and Social Club pushes cabaret to new frontiers. Created by a troupe of international circus and cabaret artists, veterans of NoFit State Circus and the underground live art scene of London, HITCH was originally commissioned for the Wales Millennium Centre and Blysh Festival. HITCH is also funded by the Arts Council Wales.

Fancy dress is optional but highly recommended. Come as your favourite Hitchcock character … victim, villain or hapless innocent. Or maybe you fancy yourself as the ‘master of suspense’ himself.

"This is beyond cabaret and into the realm of high dramatic art. If I could give it six stars, I would. A triumph."
*****
John Christopher Wood

16/04/2015 19:45
Friday 17th & Saturday 18th April at 1pm & 7.45pmTickets - £12.50, concessions - £10For school bookings please call 01633 656679A jolly evening in a prosperous family household is interrupted by a caller, A man introducing himself as a police inspector, making enquiries about a young girls suicide.  By the time his Inspection is through the pleasant mood of the evening has been crushed by the implication that everyone has played a vital part in the death of Eva Smith. The Inspector reveals to the family that all our lives are intertwined with each other and sometimes the suffering and the chances of happiness of those less fortunate are affected with what we think, say and do. ‘We don’t live alone. We are members of one body. We are all responsible for each other.’J.B Preistley’s exciting detective thriller is told bravely and in stunning detail by Tin Shed Theatre Co. who pride themselves in consistently re-inventing the ways in which stories can be told and they tackle this production from start to finish with skill and dramatic precision managing to mingle the strangeness of the inspector with the naturalism of the mysterious case and focusing heavily on J.B Priestley’s strong themes of common responsibility and the importance of community. Running Time approx 2hrs
AN INSPECTOR CALLS

Friday 17th & Saturday 18th April at 1pm & 7.45pm

Tickets - £12.50, concessions - £10

For school bookings please call 01633 656679

A jolly evening in a prosperous family household is interrupted by a caller, A man introducing himself as a police inspector, making enquiries about a young girls suicide.  By the time his Inspection is through the pleasant mood of the evening has been crushed by the implication that everyone has played a vital part in the death of Eva Smith. The Inspector reveals to the family that all our lives are intertwined with each other and sometimes the suffering and the chances of happiness of those less fortunate are affected with what we think, say and do. ‘We don’t live alone. We are members of one body. We are all responsible for each other.’

J.B Preistley’s exciting detective thriller is told bravely and in stunning detail by Tin Shed Theatre Co. who pride themselves in consistently re-inventing the ways in which stories can be told and they tackle this production from start to finish with skill and dramatic precision managing to mingle the strangeness of the inspector with the naturalism of the mysterious case and focusing heavily on J.B Priestley’s strong themes of common responsibility and the importance of community.

Running Time approx 2hrs

17/04/2015 to 18/04/2015
Saturday 18th April at 7.30pmTickets - £27 Over the years the hugely popular vocal group has built up a strong fan base across the country, and this audience is now eager to see the new generation eight man line-up of OMA performing songs from their new album, their fifth studio recording, which will be released next summer.Announcing the Only Men Aloud spring tour, choir founder and Music Director Tim Rhys Evans said: “We’ve had a great UK tour in the run up to Christmas, and can now concentrate on getting the material together for our next album, songs which weare excited to show off to our great Welsh fans in the spring, along with some familiar favourites. We are as eager as ever to get out there in front of our home audiences, and give everyone a show to remember.”After 13 years and some incredible experiences – from winning BBC’s Last Choir Standing and the Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special to scooping a Classical Brit Album of the Year Award and performing to a global TV audience as the Cauldron was lit at the Opening Ceremony of the London 2012 Olympics, Only Men Aloud has undergone a regeneration with a fresh line-up and a new, more individual style that suits their personalities - but with the same popular appeal that has wowed fans across the country.The new album is being produced through Pledge Music, allowing fans the opportunity to invest in it through sales of exclusives such as gold disks and unique OMA performances. To discover more, check out www.onlymenaloud.comOver the years the Wales-based male vocal group has varied in size according to requirements, sometimes having 20 men on stage performing a varied repertoire that covers everything from Welsh traditional music and Opera to Tom Jones and Coldplay. Tim and colleagues in OMA are also busy with the Aloud charity which is developing opportunities for Welsh youngsters in Only Boys Aloud and the Wales Millennium Centre Only Kids Aloud Chorus to discover the joys and benefits of choral singing. This has already seen some remarkable achievements, including OBA coming third in the final of Britain’s Got Talent and recording a Top 40 Christmas album.www.onlymenaloud.com
ONLY MEN ALOUD

Saturday 18th April at 7.30pm

Tickets - £27

 

Over the years the hugely popular vocal group has built up a strong fan base across the country, and this audience is now eager to see the new generation eight man line-up of OMA performing songs from their new album, their fifth studio recording, which will be released next summer.

Announcing the Only Men Aloud spring tour, choir founder and Music Director Tim Rhys Evans said: “We’ve had a great UK tour in the run up to Christmas, and can now concentrate on getting the material together for our next album, songs which weare excited to show off to our great Welsh fans in the spring, along with some familiar favourites. We are as eager as ever to get out there in front of our home audiences, and give everyone a show to remember.”

After 13 years and some incredible experiences – from winning BBC’s Last Choir Standing and the Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special to scooping a Classical Brit Album of the Year Award and performing to a global TV audience as the Cauldron was lit at the Opening Ceremony of the London 2012 Olympics, Only Men Aloud has undergone a regeneration with a fresh line-up and a new, more individual style that suits their personalities - but with the same popular appeal that has wowed fans across the country.

The new album is being produced through Pledge Music, allowing fans the opportunity to invest in it through sales of exclusives such as gold disks and unique OMA performances. To discover more, check out www.onlymenaloud.com

Over the years the Wales-based male vocal group has varied in size according to requirements, sometimes having 20 men on stage performing a varied repertoire that covers everything from Welsh traditional music and Opera to Tom Jones and Coldplay.

Tim and colleagues in OMA are also busy with the Aloud charity which is developing opportunities for Welsh youngsters in Only Boys Aloud and the Wales Millennium Centre Only Kids Aloud Chorus to discover the joys and benefits of choral singing. This has already seen some remarkable achievements, including OBA coming third in the final of Britain’s Got Talent and recording a Top 40 Christmas album.

www.onlymenaloud.com

18/04/2015 19:30
Thursday 23rd April at 7.30pm Tickets - £20 Love 50’s and 60’s music? Then you will love ‘Let’s Twist Again’. Now it it’s fourth successive year and wowing audiences everywhere it plays! Starring BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing lead singer Chris Madin with a full company of critically acclaimed artistes and musicians, the show combines fun and laughter with the greatest hit’s of ELVIS, DUSTY, BUDDY, THE BEATLES, THE BEACH BOYS, LULU, SANDIE SHAW and many more, to ensure a brilliant night out is had by all! Join us in our American Diner to re-live the fabulous songs of a magical Rock ‘n’ Roll era. Together with your host with the most, ’Big’ Tony Tremendo, our stunning live band The Twisters, and some of the highest rated performers in the land, you’ll be ready to TWIST AGAIN! “Enthralled the entire audience who were all on their feet, if it comes to a theatre near you, don’t miss out, book it today” Simon Hirst. Capital Gold. 
LET'S TWIST AGAIN

Thursday 23rd April at 7.30pm

 

Tickets - £20

 

Love 50’s and 60’s music? Then you will love ‘Let’s Twist Again’. Now it it’s fourth successive year and wowing audiences everywhere it plays!

 

Starring BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing lead singer Chris Madin with a full company of critically acclaimed artistes and musicians, the show combines fun and laughter with the greatest hit’s of ELVIS, DUSTY, BUDDY, THE BEATLES, THE BEACH BOYS, LULU, SANDIE SHAW and many more, to ensure a brilliant night out is had by all!

 

Join us in our American Diner to re-live the fabulous songs of a magical Rock ‘n’ Roll era. Together with your host with the most, ’Big’ Tony Tremendo, our stunning live band The Twisters, and some of the highest rated performers in the land, you’ll be ready to TWIST AGAIN!

 

“Enthralled the entire audience who were all on their feet, if it comes to a theatre near you, don’t miss out, book it today” Simon Hirst. Capital Gold.

 

23/04/2015 19:30
A new play by Tom StoppardThursday 23rd April at 7.45pm. This performance has been RECORDED and is not live.Tickets - £12.50, concessions £10 Acclaimed playwright Tom Stoppard (Shakespeare in Love, Arcadia, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead) returns to the National Theatre with highly-anticipated new play The Hard Problem, directed by Nicholas Hytner (Othello, Hamlet, One Man, Two Guvnors).Hilary, a young psychology researcher at a brainscience institute, is nursing a private sorrow and a troubling question at work, where psychology and biology meet. If there is nothing but matter, what is consciousness? This is ‘the hard problem’ which puts Hilary at odds with her colleagues who include her first mentor Spike, her boss Leo and the billionaire founder of the institute, Jerry. Is the day coming when the computer and the fMRI scanner will answer all the questions psychology can ask? Meanwhile Hilary needs a miracle, and she is prepared to pray for one.
NT LIVE: The Hard Problem

A new play by Tom Stoppard
Thursday 23rd April at 7.45pm. This performance has been RECORDED and is not live.

Tickets - £12.50, concessions £10

 

Acclaimed playwright Tom Stoppard (Shakespeare in Love, Arcadia, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead) returns to the National Theatre with highly-anticipated new play The Hard Problem, directed by Nicholas Hytner (Othello, Hamlet, One Man, Two Guvnors).

Hilary, a young psychology researcher at a brainscience institute, is nursing a private sorrow and a troubling question at work, where psychology and biology meet. If there is nothing but matter, what is consciousness? This is ‘the hard problem’ which puts Hilary at odds with her colleagues who include her first mentor Spike, her boss Leo and the billionaire founder of the institute, Jerry. Is the day coming when the computer and the fMRI scanner will answer all the questions psychology can ask? Meanwhile Hilary needs a miracle, and she is prepared to pray for one.

23/04/2015 19:45
Friday 24th and Saturday25th April at 7.45pmTickets - £12.50, concessions - £10“They say I’m meddling in the foreign affairs of the United States Government. Now, that’s too bad, ‘cause I’m going to have to continue to meddle...”Paul Robeson is a world famous actor, singer and civil rights campaigner. When over the years he gets progressively too radical and outspoken for the establishment's liking, he is branded a traitor to his country, harassed, and denied opportunities to perform or travel. Just as physical, emotional and mental stress threaten to push him over the fine line between genius and madness, he is summoned to appear before the House Un-American Activities Committee, to give the most difficult and important performance of his career.This roller coaster journey through Robeson’s remarkable and eventful life highlights how his radical activism caused him to be disowned and disremembered, even by the leaders and descendants of the civil rights movement. It features much fiery oratory and some of his famous songs, including a dramatic rendition of Ol’ Man River.Tayo Aluko revives one of the 20th Century’s most impressive but overlooked figures in this powerful, compelling tour-de-force performance, which was seen at New York’s Carnegie Hall in February 2012, and in London’s West End in October 2013. “First-rate ... an admirable introduction to a great pioneering performer" **** The Guardian"A stunning piece of musical theatre.... high quality drama, first class singing" Fringe Review, Edinburgh Fringe, 2010"Excellent ... convincing ... gripping ... inspiring production. "  Broadway Baby"Never less than utterly believable" British Theatre Guide"Simply told but immensely powerful"  The Scotsman“A must-see experience, a treasure of a show. TOP PICK!” DC Theater Scene
CALL MR ROBESON

Friday 24th and Saturday25th April at 7.45pm

Tickets - £12.50, concessions - £10

“They say I’m meddling in the foreign affairs of the United States Government. Now, that’s too bad, ‘cause I’m going to have to continue to meddle...”

Paul Robeson is a world famous actor, singer and civil rights campaigner. When over the years he gets progressively too radical and outspoken for the establishment's liking, he is branded a traitor to his country, harassed, and denied opportunities to perform or travel. Just as physical, emotional and mental stress threaten to push him over the fine line between genius and madness, he is summoned to appear before the House Un-American Activities Committee, to give the most difficult and important performance of his career.

This roller coaster journey through Robeson’s remarkable and eventful life highlights how his radical activism caused him to be disowned and disremembered, even by the leaders and descendants of the civil rights movement. It features much fiery oratory and some of his famous songs, including a dramatic rendition of Ol’ Man River.

Tayo Aluko revives one of the 20th Century’s most impressive but overlooked figures in this powerful, compelling tour-de-force performance, which was seen at New York’s Carnegie Hall in February 2012, and in London’s West End in October 2013.

“First-rate ... an admirable introduction to a great pioneering performer" **** The Guardian

"A stunning piece of musical theatre.... high quality drama, first class singing"
Fringe Review, Edinburgh Fringe, 2010

"Excellent ... convincing ... gripping ... inspiring production. " 
Broadway Baby

"Never less than utterly believable"
British Theatre Guide

"Simply told but immensely powerful" 
The Scotsman

“A must-see experience, a treasure of a show. TOP PICK!”
DC Theater Scene

24/04/2015 to 25/04/2015
Tuesday 28th April at 7.30pmTickets - £22.50, concessions - £20.50Albert Hammond has been writing hit songs for over forty years. Since the 1960's there has not been a single decade in which Albert has not written multiple hits songs.  He scored his first hit with “Little Arrows” (recorded by Leapy Lee) in 1968 at the age of 24. His songs have been responsible for the sale of over 360 million records worldwide including over 30 chart-topping hits. Many of his most beloved songs, such as “The Air That I Breathe” and “When I Need You,” have become hits multiple times with various artists, decade after decade, Whitney Huston's "One Moment in Time" became a worldwide anthem.Albert achieved early success as an artist with his song “It Never Rains in Southern California,” and he has since built a multi-faceted career as an recording artist, songwriter and producer, earning him induction into the Songwriters’ Hall of Fame in 2008. He is one of very few songwriters of our time whose songs not only have the mass appeal to make them pop hits, but whose very same songs have the timelessness and depth that over decades turns them into standards. Few writers can successfully walk this line and deliver hits for the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, 90’s and today. Albert’s songs are the kind of songs that turn one-hit wonders into career artists and keep records selling and spinning on radio decades after their first release.These are same of his  #1 hits “When I Need You" - Leo Sayer, “Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now” - Starship (nominated for an Oscar, Golden Globe and Grammy), “One Moment in Time - Whitney Huston,  “To All the Girls I’ve Loved Before - Willy Nelson & Julio Inglesias, the classic Hollies recording "The Air that I Breathe”, Joe Cocker’s “Don’t You Love Me Anymore” and three-time hit “Don’t Turn Around,” recorded by Ace of Base, Neil Diamond and Aswad. The artists who have recorded Albert’s songs are undoubtedly some of the greatest of our time - they include Celine Dion, Whitney Houston, Aretha Franklin, Tina Turner, Elton John, Joe Cocker, Diana Ross, Johnny Cash, K.D. Lang, Julio Iglesias and Josh Groban, to name just a few.Of course he also had various No1 hits under his own performing name like "It Never Rains In Southern California", "Down By The River", Free Electric Band", "I´m A Train" - to name just a few. He is now back to perform all these songs live! 
ALBERT HAMMOND: SONGBOOK TOUR

Tuesday 28th April at 7.30pm

Tickets - £22.50, concessions - £20.50

Albert Hammond has been writing hit songs for over forty years. Since the 1960's there has not been a single decade in which Albert has not written multiple hits songs.  He scored his first hit with “Little Arrows” (recorded by Leapy Lee) in 1968 at the age of 24. His songs have been responsible for the sale of over 360 million records worldwide including over 30 chart-topping hits. Many of his most beloved songs, such as “The Air That I Breathe” and “When I Need You,” have become hits multiple times with various artists, decade after decade, Whitney Huston's "One Moment in Time" became a worldwide anthem.

Albert achieved early success as an artist with his song “It Never Rains in Southern California,” and he has since built a multi-faceted career as an recording artist, songwriter and producer, earning him induction into the Songwriters’ Hall of Fame in 2008. He is one of very few songwriters of our time whose songs not only have the mass appeal to make them pop hits, but whose very same songs have the timelessness and depth that over decades turns them into standards. Few writers can successfully walk this line and deliver hits for the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, 90’s and today. Albert’s songs are the kind of songs that turn one-hit wonders into career artists and keep records selling and spinning on radio decades after their first release.

These are same of his  #1 hits “When I Need You" - Leo Sayer, “Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now” - Starship (nominated for an Oscar, Golden Globe and Grammy), “One Moment in Time - Whitney Huston,  “To All the Girls I’ve Loved Before - Willy Nelson & Julio Inglesias, the classic Hollies recording "The Air that I Breathe”, Joe Cocker’s “Don’t You Love Me Anymore” and three-time hit “Don’t Turn Around,” recorded by Ace of Base, Neil Diamond and Aswad.

The artists who have recorded Albert’s songs are undoubtedly some of the greatest of our time - they include Celine Dion, Whitney Houston, Aretha Franklin, Tina Turner, Elton John, Joe Cocker, Diana Ross, Johnny Cash, K.D. Lang, Julio Iglesias and Josh Groban, to name just a few.

Of course he also had various No1 hits under his own performing name like "It Never Rains In Southern California", "Down By The River", Free Electric Band", "I´m A Train" - to name just a few.

He is now back to perform all these songs live!
 

28/04/2015 19:30
Thursday 30th April at 7.30pmTickets -£10, concessions - £8, students - £6Running time– 1 hour Inspired by author Caradoc Evans’ controversial collection of short-stories of the same name, this new dance theatre co-production sees Gwyn Emberton and his company of international dancers delve into the dark, turbulent, and mythical world of Manteg. Combining a powerful cinematic score by Benjie Talbott and Tic Ashfield with dynamic and intricate choreography audiences will be taken on the haunting but beautiful journeys of some the book’s most memorable characters. With 2015 the centenary of the book, My People is acelebration of one of Wales’ most beloved/hated books and revered/feared writers by a new choreographic voice in Welsh dance theatre.
MY PEOPLE: Gwyn Emberton Dance

Thursday 30th April at 7.30pm

Tickets -£10, concessions - £8, students - £6

Running time– 1 hour

 

Inspired by author Caradoc Evans’ controversial collection of short-stories of the same name, this new dance theatre co-production sees Gwyn Emberton and his company of international dancers delve into the dark, turbulent, and mythical world of Manteg.

Combining a powerful cinematic score by Benjie Talbott and Tic Ashfield with dynamic and intricate choreography audiences will be taken on the haunting but beautiful journeys of some the book’s most memorable characters.

With 2015 the centenary of the book, My People is acelebration of one of Wales’ most beloved/hated books and revered/feared writers by a new choreographic voice in Welsh dance theatre.

30/04/2015 19:30
Friday 1st May at 8pm Tickets - £23 Returning after a critically acclaimed, total sell-out sell-out spring 2014 tour the Grumpies are back to knock some sense into the nation. Perrier Award-winning comedian, writer and original star of Grumpy Old Women Jenny Eclair will be joined by fellow recruits Susie Blake (Mrs Brown's Boys, Coronation Street,) and actress and singer Kate Robbins (Where The Heart Is, Casualty) in this brand spanking new show. This jam-packed brand spanking new show includes...learning the art of 'Grumpy Grooming', the joy of large pants, a free nagging master class (how to get your own way without him even noticing), beards for women, which style will suit you? Complimentary Anger Management workshop, middle-aged drinking: the rules, navigating the smorgasbord of worry, voluntary euthanasia vs. retirement, how to customise an unwanted pole dancing kit and a mercifully brief Zumba demonstration. All this and more! Come and bask in an orgy of fury and big laughs in this glorious live version of the hit TV show. "Expect a party" **** The Times  “Jaw-dropping one-liners” The Stage Show Trailer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hPZaBMqth5U   Introducing the Grumpies https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yQvJynv71Es EXCLUSIVE PIZZA EXPRESS OFFER Book tickets to see Grumpy Old Women Live and get a 3 courses and a drink for £15.95 at Pizza Express! Call 0161 212 1017 or email parties@pizzaexpress.com to take advantage of this offer. Please note that this specially discounted rate cannot be booked directly with the restaurant or redeemed without pre-booking. Reservations must be made with PizzaExpress central reservations at the contact details provided. This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or discount scheme.
RETURN OF THE GRUMPY OLD WOMEN: 50 Shades of Beige

Friday 1st May at 8pm
 
Tickets - £23

Returning after a critically acclaimed, total sell-out sell-out spring 2014 tour the Grumpies are back to knock some sense into the nation. Perrier Award-winning comedian, writer and original star of Grumpy Old Women Jenny Eclair will be joined by fellow recruits Susie Blake (Mrs Brown's Boys, Coronation Street,) and actress and singer Kate Robbins (Where The Heart Is, Casualty) in this brand spanking new show.

This jam-packed brand spanking new show includes...learning the art of 'Grumpy Grooming', the joy of large pants, a free nagging master class (how to get your own way without him even noticing), beards for women, which style will suit you? Complimentary Anger Management workshop, middle-aged drinking: the rules, navigating the smorgasbord of worry, voluntary euthanasia vs. retirement, how to customise an unwanted pole dancing kit and a mercifully brief Zumba demonstration. All this and more!

Come and bask in an orgy of fury and big laughs in this glorious live version of the hit TV show.

"Expect a party" **** The Times 

“Jaw-dropping one-liners” The Stage

Show Trailer
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hPZaBMqth5U  

Introducing the Grumpies
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yQvJynv71Es


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01/05/2015 20:00
Friday 8th May and Saturday 9th May at 7.30pmRed seats - £14 full price, £12 concessionsYellow seats - £12 full price, £10 concessionsBlue seats - £7 (restricted view) Schools please call 01633 656679 for group discount and availability. Ballet Cymru, nominated by the Critics Circle UK National Dance Awards in 2013 as Best Independent Company and winners of the 2014 Best Large Scale Dance Production at the Theatre Critics of Wales Awards presents a sparkling and refreshing ballet based on the eternal fairy tale. Ballet Cymru prides itself on being different and Cinderella will be no exception, with a brand new music score and circus elements combined with the finest classical dance. Ballet Cymru will be working with award winning composer Jack White and Circus company Citrus Arts to conjure a surprising world of wonder and magic. Featuring choreography by Creative Wales Award winner Darius James and costumes by Welsh designer Steve Denton, Ballet Cymru bring to life this timeless story using the company’s unique blend of classical technique and storytelling. Cinderella is a co production between Ballet Cymru and The Riverfront Theatre in association with Citrus Arts. Ballet Cymru are a young, vital group of dancers who are pushing back the barriers of classical ballet. Using powerful and timeless stories the company challenges its dancers to interpret some of the finest characters in literature. Ballet Cymru is a chamber ballet for Wales, committed to inclusion and innovation in dance and classical ballet, and to the highest standard of collaboration with dancers, choreographers, designers, composers and musicians.www.welshballet.co.uk
CINDERELLA: Ballet Cymru

Friday 8th May and Saturday 9th May at 7.30pm

Red seats - £14 full price, £12 concessions

Yellow seats - £12 full price, £10 concessions

Blue seats - £7 (restricted view)

 

Schools please call 01633 656679 for group discount and availability.

Ballet Cymru, nominated by the Critics Circle UK National Dance Awards in 2013 as Best Independent Company and winners of the 2014 Best Large Scale Dance Production at the Theatre Critics of Wales Awards presents a sparkling and refreshing ballet based on the eternal fairy tale. 

Ballet Cymru prides itself on being different and Cinderella will be no exception, with a brand new music score and circus elements combined with the finest classical dance. Ballet Cymru will be working with award winning composer Jack White and Circus company Citrus Arts to conjure a surprising world of wonder and magic.

Featuring choreography by Creative Wales Award winner Darius James and costumes by Welsh designer Steve Denton, Ballet Cymru bring to life this timeless story using the company’s unique blend of classical technique and storytelling.

Cinderella is a co production between Ballet Cymru and The Riverfront Theatre in association with Citrus Arts.

Ballet Cymru are a young, vital group of dancers who are pushing back the barriers of classical ballet. Using powerful and timeless stories the company challenges its dancers to interpret some of the finest characters in literature.

Ballet Cymru is a chamber ballet for Wales, committed to inclusion and innovation in dance and classical ballet, and to the highest standard of collaboration with dancers, choreographers, designers, composers and musicians.

www.welshballet.co.uk

08/05/2015 to 09/05/2015
This event will be held at:***Unit 1a, Wern Industrial Estate, Rogerstone, Newport NP10 9FQ***Wednesday 13th May, 7.30pmThursday 14th May, 7.30pmFriday 15th May, 7.30pmTickets - £12.50, concessions - £10.50, students - £8Touch, smell, and breathe as you walk the room or hide amongst the crowd. In this 25th Anniversary production Earthfall explore stories in motion, through highly physical dance with live music, text and encircling film. Surrounded by broken dreams and bodies in flight; Earthfall physically embed you within the action, moving fast and close around you. This production is an all-embracing experience for the audience. The performance lasts approximately 60mins and is an unseated and accessible performance. Discover more at www.earthfall.org.uk. This is a site specific performance at Ballet Cymru’s Warehouse space. Free buses will be provided and will leave from The Riverfront at 7pm, returning to The Riverfront at 9pm.
EARTHFALL: Stories From A Crowded Room (Ages 14+)

This event will be held at:

***Unit 1a, Wern Industrial Estate, Rogerstone, Newport NP10 9FQ***

Wednesday 13th May, 7.30pm
Thursday 14th May, 7.30pm
Friday 15th May, 7.30pm

Tickets - £12.50, concessions - £10.50, students - £8

Touch, smell, and breathe as you walk the room or hide amongst the crowd. In this 25th Anniversary production Earthfall explore stories in motion, through highly physical dance with live music, text and encircling film. Surrounded by broken dreams and bodies in flight; Earthfall physically embed you within the action, moving fast and close around you. This production is an all-embracing experience for the audience. The performance lasts approximately 60mins and is an unseated and accessible performance.

Discover more at www.earthfall.org.uk.

This is a site specific performance at Ballet Cymru’s Warehouse space. Free buses will be provided and will leave from The Riverfront at 7pm, returning to The Riverfront at 9pm.

13/05/2015 to 15/05/2015
Saturday 16th May at 7.30pm Tickets -£10, concessions - £8, students - £6 In 1895, before the Tour De France and before the Modern Olympics, Wales and Aberdare could claim its first cycling world champion when Arthur Linton won the Bordeaux to Paris bike race, 350 miles – the blue riband event of thecycling world.  Within weeks, he and his controversial  trainer, Choppy Warburtonwere embroiled in the sport’s first drugs scandal and within a year Arthur, at the age of 24, was dead. He was one of the “Terrible Three’, a trio of world class cyclists from the Cynon Valley who took on the world’s best and lef tbehind scandal, myth and memories of the legendary first racing bike – The Gladiator. GLADIATOR is a drama, with six actors, that uncovers this amazing story through the eyes of a modern family living in Aberdare. Jimmy and Jenny are twins celebrating their 18th birthday in different ways and with different aspirations. Jenny has dreams of the catwalk in Paris but works on the make-up counter in Boots in Ponty. Jimmy thinks he’s a warrior in search of honour and dignity but is afraid to leave the attic and his Gladiator computer games. When Jimmy’s attic world literally collapses around his head it reveals a Pandora’s Box from the past including an ancient bike and an even more ancient stranger in Victorian underwear. Choppy Warburton has returned in search of redemption and soon Jimmy is reliving the legendary bike race from Bordeaux to Paris on the ancient Gladiator, looking for honour and dignity with Choppy as his Svengali like trainer– all within the confines of an Aberdare attic.
GLADIATOR: Chainworks Productions (Age 14+)

Saturday 16th May at 7.30pm

 

Tickets -£10, concessions - £8, students - £6

 

In 1895, before the Tour De France and before the Modern Olympics, Wales and Aberdare could claim its first cycling world champion when Arthur Linton won the Bordeaux to Paris bike race, 350 miles – the blue riband event of thecycling world.  Within weeks, he and his controversial  trainer, Choppy Warburtonwere embroiled in the sport’s first drugs scandal and within a year Arthur, at the age of 24, was dead. He was one of the “Terrible Three’, a trio of world class cyclists from the Cynon Valley who took on the world’s best and lef tbehind scandal, myth and memories of the legendary first racing bike – The Gladiator.

 

GLADIATOR is a drama, with six actors, that uncovers this amazing story through the eyes of a modern family living in Aberdare. Jimmy and Jenny are twins celebrating their 18th birthday in different ways and with different aspirations. Jenny has dreams of the catwalk in Paris but works on the make-up counter in Boots in Ponty. Jimmy thinks he’s a warrior in search of honour and dignity but is afraid to leave the attic and his Gladiator computer games. When Jimmy’s attic world literally collapses around his head it reveals a Pandora’s Box from the past including an ancient bike and an even more ancient stranger in Victorian underwear. Choppy Warburton has returned in search of redemption and soon Jimmy is reliving the legendary bike race from Bordeaux to Paris on the ancient Gladiator, looking for honour and dignity with Choppy as his Svengali like trainer– all within the confines of an Aberdare attic.

16/05/2015 19:30
Thursday 21st May at 7.30pmTickets - £12.50, concessions -£10.50, students - £8For group bookings please call 01633656679 Visuallythrilling and full of trickery, Artistic Director Kevin Finnan’s latestproduction Broken erupts onto the stage. Building on the success ofinternational hit Scattered, Broken probes our precariousrelationship with the earth, luring the audience into a world of shiftingperspectives. Highly athletic dance issubmerged within intricate digital imagery and original music in an unashamedlyvisual and adrenaline fuelled spectacle, contrasting the caves of our ancientancestors with modern apartments of glass and steel, juxtaposing the mythicalunderworld where our hopes and fears are amplified with the visceral overworldof light and speed, questioning our ambivalence towards our world, that is,until disaster strikes. Hanging in suspense, diving forsupport and scrambling to safety, the dancers negotiate the cracks and cratersof a world of illusions where nothing is quite as it seems.
BROKEN: Motionhouse

Thursday 21st May at 7.30pm

Tickets - £12.50, concessions -£10.50, students - £8

For group bookings please call 01633656679

 

Visuallythrilling and full of trickery, Artistic Director Kevin Finnan’s latestproduction Broken erupts onto the stage. Building on the success ofinternational hit Scattered, Broken probes our precariousrelationship with the earth, luring the audience into a world of shiftingperspectives.

 

Highly athletic dance issubmerged within intricate digital imagery and original music in an unashamedlyvisual and adrenaline fuelled spectacle, contrasting the caves of our ancientancestors with modern apartments of glass and steel, juxtaposing the mythicalunderworld where our hopes and fears are amplified with the visceral overworldof light and speed, questioning our ambivalence towards our world, that is,until disaster strikes.

 

Hanging in suspense, diving forsupport and scrambling to safety, the dancers negotiate the cracks and cratersof a world of illusions where nothing is quite as it seems.

21/05/2015 19:30
Saturday 6th June at 11am & 2pm Tickets - £12, children - £10. Family of four - £38 this discount will apply automatically in your basket. Basil Brush is a star with an outstanding ability to entertain and make people of all ages laugh and smile. He’s cheeky, irreverent, charming, naughty, quick-witted, scheming and foxy, but at the same time he’s kind, caring and affectionate.Basil has celebrated over 50 years in entertainment and The Basil Brush Show on BBC TV has been seen by millions of viewers all over the globe from 1968 through to today. The show was BAFTA nominated and voted best comedy show on TV!Now, Britain's most loveable fox is back on the road along with his TV chum Mr Stephen (aka Chris Pizzey). Together they will take you on a journey of laughs, storytelling and song in a brand new specially written ‘live’ stage show packed with fun and excitement. Come and join in the mayhem, along with Mr Stephen who is continually interrupted by naughty uncontrollable Basil!! !
BASIL BRUSH: Full On Fox Tour

Saturday 6th June at 11am & 2pm

 

Tickets - £12, children - £10. Family of four - £38 this discount will apply automatically in your basket.

 

Basil Brush is a star with an outstanding ability to entertain and make people of all ages laugh and smile. He’s cheeky, irreverent, charming, naughty, quick-witted, scheming and foxy, but at the same time he’s kind, caring and affectionate.

Basil has celebrated over 50 years in entertainment and The Basil Brush Show on BBC TV has been seen by millions of viewers all over the globe from 1968 through to today. The show was BAFTA nominated and voted best comedy show on TV!

Now, Britain's most loveable fox is back on the road along with his TV chum Mr Stephen (aka Chris Pizzey). Together they will take you on a journey of laughs, storytelling and song in a brand new specially written ‘live’ stage show packed with fun and excitement.

Come and join in the mayhem, along with Mr Stephen who is continually interrupted by naughty uncontrollable Basil!! !

06/06/2015
Saturday 13th June at 7.30pm Tickets - £20.50, bench seats - £18.50 The Billy Joel Songbook performed by ELIO PACE and his band. Following on from his highly-acclaimed New York and Philadelphia, Billy Joel 'Original Touring Band' concerts, Elio Pace delivers this sensational tour celebrating the phenomenal music of Billy Joel. Featuring the massive hits, Uptown Girl, Just The Way You Are and My Life as well as fan favourites such as Scenes From An Italian Restaurant, Goodnight Saigon and Piano Man. Don't miss this wonderful opportunity to experience The Billy Joel Songbook in this electrifying concertperformed by the dynamic singer/songwriter and piano-player, Elio Pace and his magnificent 6-piece band.
THE BILLY JOEL SONGBOOK Performed by ELIO PACE & His Band

Saturday 13th June at 7.30pm

 

Tickets - £20.50, bench seats - £18.50

 

The Billy Joel Songbook performed by ELIO PACE and his band. Following on from his highly-acclaimed New York and Philadelphia, Billy Joel 'Original Touring Band' concerts, Elio Pace delivers this sensational tour celebrating the phenomenal music of Billy Joel. Featuring the massive hits, Uptown Girl, Just The Way You Are and My Life as well as fan favourites such as Scenes From An Italian Restaurant, Goodnight Saigon and Piano Man. Don't miss this wonderful opportunity to experience The Billy Joel Songbook in this electrifying concert

performed by the dynamic singer/songwriter and piano-player, Elio Pace and his magnificent 6-piece band.

13/06/2015 19:30
Saturday 20th June at 7.30pmTickets -£22.50, concessions - £20.50 Celebrating 80 years since the birth of the King of Rock n Roll.An outstanding concert production of the West End musical Jailhouse Rock featuring original star Mario Kombou and his incredible band led by legendary producer, musical director and Ivor Novello award-winner David Mackay, in the UK’s number one Elvis show.Images of the King World Champion Mario delivers a tour de force performance in this spectacular show packed with over 50 greatest hits, from the early days of Sun Studios and That’s Alright Mama, through the Hollywood years of GI Blues and It’s Now or Never, the ‘68 TV special with All Shook Up,culminating in the legendary Las Vegas concert, with In The Ghetto, Suspicious Minds and American Trilogy.This is as close as you can get to the King.“The best Elvissince Elvis!” Donna Presley // “TheKing is re-born – the audience loved it.” TheTimes // “Elvis lives.” Daily Mirror// “He lights up the stage.” BBC 1www.theelvisyears.com 
THE ELVIS YEARS

Saturday 20th June at 7.30pm

Tickets -£22.50, concessions - £20.50

 

Celebrating 80 years since the birth of the King of Rock n Roll.

An outstanding concert production of the West End musical Jailhouse Rock featuring original star Mario Kombou and his incredible band led by legendary producer, musical director and Ivor Novello award-winner David Mackay, in the UK’s number one Elvis show.

Images of the King World Champion Mario delivers a tour de force performance in this spectacular show packed with over 50 greatest hits, from the early days of Sun Studios and That’s Alright Mama, through the Hollywood years of GI Blues and It’s Now or Never, the ‘68 TV special with All Shook Up,culminating in the legendary Las Vegas concert, with In The Ghetto, Suspicious Minds and American Trilogy.

This is as close as you can get to the King.

“The best Elvissince Elvis!” Donna Presley // “TheKing is re-born – the audience loved it.” TheTimes // “Elvis lives.” Daily Mirror// “He lights up the stage.” BBC 1

www.theelvisyears.com

 

20/06/2015 19:30
From Tuesday 1st December 2015 – Sunday 3rd January 2016 Tickets from £6 - £18School performances from Wed. 2nd Dec - Thur. 17th Dec at 10am, 12.30pm or 2pm, please call 01633 656679 for exact dates, times and availability.
JACK & THE BEANSTALK - Pantomime 2015/16

From Tuesday 1st December 2015 – Sunday 3rd January 2016

 

Tickets from £6 - £18

School performances from Wed. 2nd Dec - Thur. 17th Dec at 10am, 12.30pm or 2pm, please call 01633 656679 for exact dates, times and availability.

01/12/2015 to 03/01/2016