The Peaceful brothers, Tommo and Charlie, have a tough rural childhood facing the loss of their father, financial hardship and a cruel landlord. Their fierce loyalty to each other pulls them through, until one day they both fall for the same girl. And then the Great War comes. Set against the epic backdrop of WW1,
Stringfever Return to The Electric Theatre for the first time since 2019. Classy musicianship, Comedy timing and a Contemporary sound. Live Electric Strings and Beatbox. *THE HISTORY OF MUSIC IN 5 MINUTES *CLASSICAL FAVOURITES *ROCK CLASSICS *RAVEL'S BOLERO ALL ON ONE INSTRUMENT AT THE SAME TIME *MOVIE THEMES *THE DEVIL WENT DOWN TO GEORGIA "An
A tale about the stories that shape us… Directed by Jude Christian, this timely and intimate work from award-winning playwright Barney Norris (The Remains Of The Day) and his father, the internationally acclaimed pianist and broadcaster David Owen Norris, examines that age-old story of a boy and his dad, and how they can relate to one another, in every
My Sister, Julia Green is an original musical created by ACM Diploma student, Eli Cobban, the story follows Julia and her brother, Peter as they embark on a journey to get their little sister, Elsie back, after her disappearance 6 months earlier. Along the way they get help from those around them, and discover something
This highly acclaimed production continues to captivate audiences across the UK with its spectacular celebration of the classic songbook that made The Carpenters a legend in the world of popular music, selling over 100 million albums and singles. This brand new show for 2022 once again features the outstanding vocal talents of Claire Furley, with Musical
Dead Lies is a fast-moving, hard-hitting political English thriller from No.1 best selling crime novelist Hilary Bonner. Directed by critically acclaimed director Joe Harmston, the action takes place during a fiercely fought election campaign. The story follows Peter George (Coronation Street's Richard Hawley), a politician who promises a new kind of politics beyond sleaze and spin. He is welcomed
MA Musical Theatre presents Amour Set in post-war Paris, this charming musical follows the story of civil servant, Dusoleil, who develops the baffling ability to walk through walls. With this new power, he takes from the rich and gives to the poor whilst winning the heart of the woman he’s been pining for.
BA Actor-Musician presents As You Like It Forced from her uncle’s court, Rosalind along with her best friend Celia, journey into the fantastical Forest of Arden. With a cross-dressing heroine, musical tunes, questionable poetry, and a love-struck Orlando, this classic Shakespeare play is a joyous show for all the family. Showing from 9th