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Elvis impersonator and tribute show.
London's streets of gold are calling and, with his faithful cat by his side, our hero Dick goes searching for his fortune in the big city. But he won't make it without your help! Be there to cheer Dick on along his journey, 'boo' at the biggest baddie of all time - King Rat - and ?ahh' at the object of Dick's affections, the beautiful Alice. Packed full of fabulous tunes, stunning dancing, fabulous costumes plus lots of festive sparkle and chances to join in, this is going to be one Christmas panto not to miss.
During a stormy night on the cliff top at Beachyhead, Fiona Nash is faced with her own mortality. Her sister has some news, and Fiona's been asked to write a eulogy - she didn't even know her Mother was ill. Now she's just trying to figure out things in that head of hers. She should probably go home, but sometimes it's best just to have a cup of tea and a sit down for a minute. Story-telling, puppetry, song and grief all collide in this show about family, being the youngest, and losing the ones we love.
The Bee Gees were three brothers who, from singing close harmony as children, grew to become world superstars by their early twenties. They went on to be acknowledged as some of the greatest song writers in history. Nights On Broadway present a tribute to the Bee Gees through a fantastic live concert, featuring the Gibb brothers incredible songs from over four decades - from the 60s to the 90s. The show gives the audience the experience of being at a Bee Gees concert, with a unique blend of classic hits, acoustic medleys and dance floor favourites. The show is a totally live concert experience, with a seven piece band that pride themselves on musical authenticity, and in particular the accurate recreation of the vocal talents and harmonies of the Bee Gees, with costume changes complimenting the show to give a full Bee Gees Concert Experience.
Comic expose of the savage futility of war in general and the First World War in particular.' Your Country Needs You' - The rallying call for a generation to do their patriotic duty and fight for king and country. A slogan which resonates with bitter futility for doomed youth who fought and died in the Great War, which claimed 10 million lives and left twice that number wounded and maimed. Oh What a Lovely War tells the story of this defining event of the 20th century through songs, sketches and period newsreel. A rousing musical, presented as a music hall revue, this highly charged satire on war and its horror is, in turns, brilliantly comic and deeply moving.
Prison Game addresses how we create prisons for ourselves and the consequences we might unwittingly bring upon ourselves. Mike is examining his life and friendships, breaking free from the shackles of damaging relationships that imprison him and lower his expectations. Freedom is something we can all achieve, the question is how?
Set in a bar in a remote part of Ireland, the local lads are swapping spooky stories to impress an attractive young woman, Valerie, recently arrived from Dublin. What begins as a simple visit to the local pub soon turns out to be an evening of both funny and spellbinding stories, until the final tale takes a strange and unexpected twist...Hailed as the best new play of the nineties, when The Weir premiered at the Ambassadors Theatre, London in 1997, it won McPherson the Evening Standard ‘Most Promising Playwright Award, and in 1999 it won the prestigious Olivier Award for ‘Best New Play .