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Andy came to fame as vocalist and leader of Amen Corner. The band had four Top 30 hits and a UK number one, (If Paradise is) Half As Nice in 1969.
In 1953, poet Dylan Thomas died. Twenty years later, his wife Caitlin goes to Alcoholics Anonymous. Sitting with the audience in a circle of chairs set out for an AA meeting, Caitlin revisits her life with Dylan - a relationship fuelled by love, addiction, jealousy and infidelity. As Caitlin and Dylan drink, fight, love and leave each other, the unoccupied chairs become part of their story in this intimate and brutal duet.
When young brothers Jack and Tom's friendship falls apart can a magical dragon help them put it back together again? Based on the beautiful, new book by Steven Lee and with magic designed by the legendary Paul Daniels, this spectacular, fun filled musical adventure about friendship and the importance of family is the perfect feel good show.
Paul Daniels sadly died just before the show was completed, so the final technical advice and finishing touches were added by no less than the president of The Magic Circle himself, Scott Penrose.
Award-winning comedian and BBC Radio 4 musical maestro Duncan Walsh-Atkins are putting on their dinner jackets and getting back to the piano to provide a glittering evening of witty amusements, as Flanders and Swann.
[Arnold Ridley's classic drama was first produced in 1925 and filmed no less than three times. Better known as Private Godfrey in BBC's long-running Dad's Army, Ridley conceived the idea for this thriller horror on a deserted platform waiting for a train. The story begins when a young man accidentally strands six passengers at a small Cornish wayside station. Despite the stationmaster's weird stories of a ghost train, they decide to stay the night in the waiting room. Soon they regret this decision as a ghostly apparition terrorises the group. A detective hiding his true identity from the passengers soon discovers the real truth, but is it too late?
The Hogwallops are a family who constantly bicker, scheme and play practical jokes! They live in a chaotic crazy home that is more like an adventure playground where the ordinary always becomes extraordinary. Every day activities are extreme, with simple tasks such as bedtime and teeth brushing needing a bungee and high level jet-spray. Dressing is a game of flying aerial wardrobe antics, and meal times are a nerve-wracking display of juggling food and crockery. With lots of laughs and acrobatic stunts that will leave the whole family entertained. For all the family!
The Jive Aces are renowned as a yellow-suited sextet which blends swing music with a high-energy stage show and features songs by Bobby Darin, Louis Prima and Sammy Davis Jnr as well as a selection of their own original tracks. The have worked with artists such as Van Morrison, John Travolta, Isaac Hayes, Lisa Marie Presley.
For four decades Status Quo have been one of the cornerstones of British Rock 'n' Roll. Original drummer and founder member John Coghlan left the band after twenty incredible years, and now he has put together a band that re-creates the era and the hits that we all know so well.
Meet Fred. He's just a regular guy who wants to get on in life: get a job, find a nice girl, settle down. The only problem is that Fred is a puppet, and that's where his dependency issues start. Day to day life is tough when you rely on three other guys being with you at all times. Out for a quiet walk, on a date, in the bathroom, life is never simple for the puppets amongst us. Created in association with puppetry experts Blind Summit, this "massively entertaining" comedy theatre show is about an outsider trying to make his mark in a world in which he needs a lot of help. Witty, poignant and full of Fred's badass attitude, Meet Fred features a mouthy puppet and, as with all Hijinx productions, live performance by actors with and without learning disabilities.
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Come and join your ultimate arts and craft hero Mister Maker, for his first ever live theatre tour! Packed full of arty adventures there'll be a big 'make' to take part in, super songs to join in with, a fabulous supporting cast, and not forgetting, The Shapes! Yes, you'll be able to share the fun with Mister Maker's colourful all-dancing friends Circle, Square, Rectangle and Triangle too! This show is tons of arty fun for all the family! Mini Makers, get ready to make some amazing arty creations!
Perrier Award Winner. A grouchy, deadpan, comic genius. A master of absurdist irony while eschewing the human condition, he particularly likes to lay into Americans and life across the pond at every opportunity. Adults only
Performing alongside him will be the Hoedown regular band of talented and chronically unemployable urchins. Raucously entertaining and very clever. The floor will reek of liquor and spent dreams.
Comedian and presenter. Winner of the Edinburgh Comedy Award 2010.
Are you 16-years-old, yet feel 21? Are you 40, but tragically faking 25? Or maybe you're full-on 80 years, with the heart of three oxen and the sex drive of a bonobo chimp. Don't worry: this is normal. No one is ever the 'right' age - it is the beauty and the curse of being a real person. In this brand new show, Russell Kane unleashes another blisteringly-funny, award-winning stand-up performance about growing up, growing down, and why farts will always be funny.
Rated as one of the world's top mediums, Sally's reputation has been built from her close relationship with many high-profile celebrities. Since becoming a professional medium, Sally has gone on to read for a whole host of celebrities from film stars to radio presenters, musicians to soap actors. These have included George Michael, Koo Stark, Uma Thurman, Mel B and perhaps most notably, the late Pricess Diana whom Sally read for over a period of several years.
The Searchers is one of the few British pop groups which has maintained a position at the top for over 45 years and are second only to The Beatles as Liverpool's finest 60s group. In 1963, after capitalising on the popularity of the Merseybeat Phenomenon, The Searchers quickly established their own distinctive sound and a loyal following with a 12 string lead guitar and harmonies which anticipated the sound of The Byrds. 'Sweets For My Sweet', 'Sugar and Spice' and 'Needles and Pins' are the group's three number one hits. With total world sales exceeding over 30 million, The Searchers have continued to play music throughout the world, collecting awards and recruiting new fans of all ages.