SHOWS AND TICKETS
- Stand-Up Comedy
AND reset dates
Tribute to Little Mix.
Tribute Show. The British Rock group The Electric Light Orchestra epitomised the 70s with their unique symphonic rock style and unforgettable classics. Pop masterpieces such as Mr Blue Sky, Livin' Thing, Turn to Stone, Sweet Talking Woman, Shine A Little Love, Hold On Tight, Confusion, Evil Woman, Telephone Line, Don't Bring Me Down... to name just a few.
Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of ELO's iconic album 'OUT OF THE BLUE'. ELO AGAIN really do give you a dramatic taste of what the classic ELO were like in the heyday. The whole experience is a professional re-enactment of an ELO concert with a great sound reproduction light show and visual effects.
A tribute to George Michael. The show is packed with crowd pleasing anthems. From Wham! classics of the 'new pop' revival to the chart topping success of the eighties album Faith. All the awesome tunes of the nineties & noughties including the irresistible Flawless.
Police tribute act.
'So, this is why you created me? Not to scare your readers or yourself. But to scare away the things that really frightened you? So that you can sleep at night?' June 1816 - the year without a summer. At the age of 18, having recently watched her premature baby die, Mary Shelley has a ?waking dream' and begins to write a story that will haunt and define her for the rest of her life. The Monster and Mary Shelley is an atmospheric, moving, and at times darkly comic exploration of fear. Incorporating elements of music hall, melodrama, horror and teenage rebellion with a pulsing contemporary cinematic score, The Monster and... explores the life of Mary Shelley - the Gothic Girl who electrified the world.
This incredible live show creates a new era in Irish entertainment, featuring world champion dancers, a traditional Irish band, and the handsome Young Irish Tenors. The show celebrates a renewed vigour in Irish culture, embracing traditional and current to the ancient Sean Nos dance style.
Tribute show for the Rolling Stones.
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.
A powerful comedy with a serious message, ultimately uplifting and great entertainment. Follow the fireworks between a Celtic and a Rangers fan, locked in a cell on the day of the Old Firm match. Billy and Tim have been steeped in bigotry since birth; is it possible for them to change their views? Des Dillon creates the situation, you watch the sparks fly as they pair clash in a rage of deep-seated sectarianism. And why is the sergeant waiting on tenterhooks for the phone to ring...? Giving bigotry and ethnic identity a human touch, this play is a humorous allegory for the Peace Process and peace processes all over the world. But above all, it's a great night out. Contains strong language.