Honk! is the musical version of The Ugly Duckling, a story by Hans Christian Andersen that we all know. This musical was written by Anthony Drew with music by George Stiles and the original production opened in Scarborough in 1997, although there was a try out version at the Watermill Theatre in 1993.
Opening tonight at New Mills Arts Theatre the show runs until the 20th June with tickets just £9 & £7.
Following the fantastic success of its production of last years Footloose, the Palace theatre are delighted to announce West Side Story as their Stage Experience show for 2015!
This year they are opening this opportunity to anybody between the ages of 11 - 24 years (ages taken as of 3 August 2015)
You could be in America this summer at the Palace Theatre Manchester.
Manchester Athenaeum Dramatic Society present Mike Harding's comedy 'Not With a Bang' at St Werburgh's Parish Hall, Chorlton. Running from the 23rd-25th April, tickets cost just £6 and can be booked via 07593-827201.
When their wives join the Women's Peace Movement, Nobby, Tommy and Ken, pals in the Territorial Army, treat it as a joke. But as the women become more involved in demonstrations the men become the laughing stock of their TA battalion. Finally, the women, attempting to make their husbands give up the army, go on sexual strike with the slogan "No Nooky Against the Nukes". A wry, amusing look at the nuclear disarmament issue set in the author's North of England.
This amateur production is produced by arrangement with Samuel French Ltd.
Mossley Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society present the Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice smash hit musical Evita at George Lawton Hall, from the 20th – 25th April 2015 at 7:30pm. There is also a matinee performance at 2:15pm on Saturday 25th.
Tickets are already selling fast and can be booked by cliking https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/mossleyaods
From the 9th-13th June Congress Players present a Schools Version of the worlds longest running musical, Les Miserables The show performed entirely by students will take place at the Oldham Coliseum theatre.
Tickets are on sale now by calling 0161-624-2829 or clicking www.coliseum.org
For the first time since it was written, 40 years ago, Alan Bleasdale’s hit play ‘Down The Dock Road’ comes to Royal Court Liverpool starring Les Dennis and Andrew Schofield.
The show was a sell out when it opened in 1976 and it is a great honour for the Royal Court to be hosting the 40th Anniversary Production in Spring 2016.
BRITAIN’S GOT TALENT’s Lucy Kay will play the Narrator in the upcoming 2016 touring production of JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT, starring X FACTOR winner Joe McElderry.
Lucy scored her first number one album in 2014, after her stunning debut album ‘Fantasia’ shot straight to the top of the Classical Album Chart. The singer, originally from Leicestershire, shot to fame and captured the country’s hearts as runner up on ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ in 2014.
CELEBRATE WHEN DISNEY ON ICE PRESENTS SILVER ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION COMES TO ECHO ARENA LIVERPOOL
Skating spectacular takes audiences to four far-away lands in one action-packed ice adventure
Join Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse as they commemorate 25 years of Disney On Ice across Europe in an action-packed ice adventure that travels to four magical destinations! Disney On Ice presents Silver Anniversary Celebration will take audiences on a fun-filled tour of the imagination. This ice spectacular visits Liverpool from Wednesday 16 March to Sunday 20 March for 9 magical performances at Echo Arena.
Home, a new multi-disciplinary production from Physical Lab’s Yorgos Karamalegos, will be premiered in Liverpool this week.
The drama will be staged at the city’s independent Unity Theatre on Tuesday and Wednesday, 24 and 25 November. Home will then head to London’s Chisenhale Dance Space, on Friday and Saturday, 29 and 30 January 2016. There are then plans to tour the show nationally and internationally in 2016/2017.
Home is an original devised multi-disciplinary performance inspired by Euripides’ Medea, which will immerse the audience in a world of powerful emotions and senses. Euripides offers a timeless study on political and social issues, as well as deep contemporary insight into the human psychic.
Meet Jessica Ramsbottom - or Jess to her friends. She's just turned 30, she's STILL single, no children and stuck in a dead end job.
In a whirlwind world of speed dating, online dating and one night stands, does her perfect man really exist? Will she find the husband of her dreams, or will she be the only one of her friends not to be married?
Kissing Frogs is a journey of love, loss and self-discovery, full of laughter and set to a backdrop of classic hits from the 80s.
For all the adults out there without children, who, like me, had never heard of Inkheart and thought that this was a rather strange title for a theatre to be advertising as their Christmas offering, then fear ye not, I bear good news... I have a really good feeling about this!
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