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Chorus girl to big star story. Peggy Sawyer becomes a star overnight when leading lady, Dorothy Brock breaks her ankle and she steps into the leading role. The score includes such classics as Lullaby of Broadway, We're In the Money, Dames, Shuffle Off To Buffalo and 42nd Street.
Three years since the report of his disappearance in action, the Kellers are still waiting, hoping against hope for news of their son's return. Three years of waiting, and their younger son struggles to break the news to his mother and father that he is in love with the girl his brother left behind. Three lives are on hold, until they can finally accept that Laurie may never return. Events come to a head one evening, when Annie returns to her home town and forces the Keller family to confront their hidden past, their own culpability and the awful part they may have played in their son's demise. Powerful, passionate and frighteningly relevant, All My Sons, brought Arthur Miller his first major success as a playwright. This moving, tragic drama is a compelling tale of the ideological conflict between father and son, a merciless exposure of wartime profiteering and the American Dream.
Avenue Q is not the most upmarket of New York streets, and is about as far away from Park Avenue as you can get, but it is home to some lively and off the wall characters performed by an unholy comedic alliance of humans and puppets! Princeton, a bright-eyed college graduate, has just moved to this neighbourhood as he desperately tries to follow his dreams and discover his ever-elusive purpose in life. A tiny bank balance, the distraction of a busty blonde and a variety of weird and wonderful friends and neighbours lead Princeton on a hilarious story of self-discovery. Life may suck on Avenue Q but being jobless, homeless, politically incorrect, having sex (whether hetero, homo or porno... and that s just the puppets) are just some of the topics featured in the terrific songs of this show.
Michael Nunn and William Trevitt - former dancers with The Royal Ballet - founded their all-male company Balletboyz in 2000. The company has since won multiple awards and has produced several acclaimed television projects, including The Rough Guide to Choreography (Channel 4), The Royal Ballet in Cuba (More4) and Balletboyz: The Rite of Spring (BBC Three), as well as creating the digital work for Christopher Wheeldon's Electric Counterpoint (The Royal Ballet).
10-times Sony Award winning Christian O'Connell (Absolute Radio) takes to the road in his highly anticipated debut stand-up tour, following sell out runs at the 2013 and 2014 Edinburgh Fringe. O'Connell is a dad on the edge and if you've ever been a dad/had a dad/known a dad, this is the show for you. A show featuring beloved pet death, pensioner sex advice and the inherent evil of Peppa Pig.
The magical pantomime including Prince Charming, Buttons, the Ugly Sisters and, of course, the Fairy Godmother who turns a pumpkin and mice into a carriage and horses ... but why doesn't the glass slipper disappear at midnight?!
Maddy and Nathan are dancers. They have chemistry. For 5 days they meet, starting at an East End Cafe. They are asked to explore and define their relationship. Then they dance.
Educating Rita is the unforgettable story of the relationship between a feisty Liverpudlian hairdresser and a jaded university professor. Rita has a passion for literature and is intent upon self-improvement. Frank's disillusionment with live has driven him to the bottle. As Rita grapples with the trials of education, Frank learns to believe in himself again. Originally commissioned by the RSC, the show won the 1980 Society of West End Theatres award for Best Comedy and Best Play. Since this time, Educating Rita has never been out of production somewhere in the world. The film version which starred Julie Walters and Michael Caine was Oscar-nominated and won three BAFTA awards.
The popular story by the Brothers Grimm. It's wintertime and the two old shoemakers have no money to buy food or fuel, let alone presents for each other. But their generosity and kindness are repaid in a strange and wonderful way.
This is a hilarious, wacky and heartwarming take on some of the world's favourite fairytales. Reimagined using puppetry, live music and a giant dose of silliness! The perfect Christmas treat for all the family.
Headlining hit touring stage show An Evening of Burlesque, Rotherham lass Amber Topaz describes herself as "The Yorkshire Tease" and says she was born to perform. The fun-loving beauty reveals she has slipped into her role as one of the top artistes on London s thriving West End burlesque scene just as easily as she slips out of her many couture costumes in the An Evening of Burlesque.
Cast is changeable
Wit and music from some very talented ladies.
Presenting a show filled with topical numbers hot off the press, and some treasured old favourites, Fascinating Aida continue to grow old disgracefully.
Barmy Britain - Part Two! 'leaves the nasty bits in' to ensure real history is conveyed in a fun and memorable way with new songs and sketches for audiences aged 6 to 106! The shows serves up a profusion of funny facts and asks audiences 'Could you beat battling Boudicca?', 'Has William Wallace met his match?, 'Can evil Elizabeth entertain England?' before inviting them to 'move to the groove with party Queen Victoria'.
Recommended age: 6+. Running time 1hr
How The Koala Learnt To Hug has been adapted from his first collection of short stories which has just been published under the title How The Koala Learnt To Hug and Other Australian Fairytales. Written especially for parents to enjoy with their children, this is a charming tale about the magic of family and, of course, the importance of a nice warm hug! So join Steven and a host of wild characters including Natascha the Witch and Karen the Koala for some great stories, sing along songs, superb games and first class hugging. All you need are your ears. (And your arms!)
The spooky puppeteer Frank Stein has had enough of his badly made puppets. Taking inspiration from his infamous relative Doctor Frankenstein he decides, with a little help from the audience, to create a real life puppet that will change his life forever.
Age recommendation: 5-10yrs
A blood sucking, flesh eating plant from outer-space called Audrey and Seymour the florists assistant provides high comedy in this cult musical. Songs such as "Feed Me" and "Who'd Be A Dentist".
Winner of five major comedy awards. 24-hour-show luminary. Novelist. Watson (host of BBC's We Need Answers, Never Mind The Buzzcocks, Mock The Week regular and star of cult Radio 4 series Mark Watson Makes The World Substantially Better) returns to the road.
The Red Chair is a surreal ballad populated with larger than life characters, told in rich and saucy Scots dialect which draws the audience into the extraordinary world of a troubled family (with a dram of whisky to help along the way). A contemporary take on folk and fairytale storytelling traditions, The Red Chair tells the story of a father who eats and eats until he turns into the chair he is sitting upon, the wife doomed to cook his meals and their 'infeasible' daughter. By turns haunting and humorous, The Red Chair takes audiences on a journey through a landscape of twisted reason, extreme compulsion and eye watering complacency, where domestic drudgery happens on an operatic scale and a father's dereliction of duty reaches epic proportions.
Produced in association with Fuel. Running time: 1hr 55mins including interval. Suitable for ages 15+
No introduction needed. Star of Lee and Herring's Fist of Fun and This Morning with Richard Not Judy, writer of Al Murray's Time Gentlemen Please, Richard Herring is simply brilliant - a comedy genius.
'The King of Edinburgh' (List) is in a frivolous mood with a show about daftness, bouncing joyously on the sofa and how his whole career is a failed attempt to top a piece of visual slapstick comedy he came up with at 16. Can he revisit the joke 30 years on or will it smash his old bones?
Come on a breathtaking journey to the island of lost shoes where creatures strange and mysterious live including the wondrous, magical Shoe Kangaroo.
Running time: 45mins. Ages 4-7
An internationally acclaimed stand-up comedian, accomplished actor and writer with guest spots on Mock the Week, Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow and 8 Out of 10 Cats, Stewart Francis is one multi-talented performer. Stewart has made numerous television appearances. He's a regular guest on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, he is the host of trivia game show You Bet Your Ass, and in Britain, his TV appearances include The Comedy Store, Live At Jongleurs and The Big Stage.
Stewart has devoted this show to his father. So dad - if you're up there? As for having kids himself he's decided he doesn't want any... anyone who wants some let him know and he'll drop them off. Oh he's just kidding of course, he has a beautiful daughter who he named after his mum, and in fact passive aggressive psycho turns five tomorrow. On an unrelated matter, Stewart likes what mechanics wear... overall.
Stewart Lee began stand-up at the age of 20 in 1988, winning the Hackney Empire new act of the year award in 1990. In the 90's he contributed to various BBC Radio comedy shows, including Fist of Fun and On The Hour, with Steve Coogan and Chris Morris, performed as a stand-up almost nightly on the London circuit, and co-created four series for BBC2 with Richard Herring.
A brand new live show with fresh material in preparation for Stewart's next BBC2 series of Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle.
One day whilst out for a jog, Stick Man is pounced on by a playful dog. Mistaken for an ordinary stick, he is swept far away, being used for all sorts of things: from a flag mast to a cricket bat, a snowman's arm to firewood (well almost!). As his adventure unfolds, Stick Man ? lost and alone ? wonders if he will ever get back to the family tree. Passing through all the seasons and culminating in a joyful Christmas celebration (with an appearance by a certain portly gentleman dressed in red and white) Stick Man will delight children and their families, no matter the time of year. Three actors and a one-man-band combine with a host of colourful characters and animals to magically re-tell Stick Man's adventures. Music is played live, with a multitude of instruments.
There once was an ugly duckling ... Rejected by all and sundry until he wakes one day as a beautiful swan.
Float downstream in this gentle, new musical adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen's classic tale of belonging and identity. Recommended for children age 3+. Running time: 45mins + 15mins 'Meet the Puppets'