Nottinghamshire. 1184. The Sheriff of Nottingham is having a birthday party, and has taken every last penny from the poor people of Locksley village, meaning that the annual summer fete can’t go ahead. Can Robin Hood save the day? Or will he be hampered by his very merry men? Featuring all of your favourite characters from Sherwood Forest, and a smattering of songs to tap your feet and wiggle in your seat to, this riotous journey to Nottingham Castle is not one to be missed!
Cliff Richard tribute act is not just about music but also comedy. Will takes a very lighthearted approach to his tribute to the Peter Pan of Pop and laughs are plentiful in the show: everyone is invited to join in the fun with the 'Summer Holiday Conga' and the 'Livin' Doll Rock'.
The show takes a funny look at life during the period from 1714-1830. A time in Britain of growth (eg empire) discoveries (eg Australia) inventions (eg roller skates) and shocking tales (eg electrified beds!)
Known for his brightly coloured trousers, David Harper is a BBC TV antiques presenter and historian - he's always had a fascination with how the Georgians lived, loved and entertained themselves...from the strange pets they kept, their love of drinking (tea and gin in particular!) gambling addictions, medical remedies, we could learn from today! smugglers, tax avoiders and dodgy politicians
The show will recall an age of lavish and dangerous fashions, terrible jobs, strange events, outrageous characters and dastardly historical stories our history teachers didn't tell us!
There's a book to go with the show too, they'll be free giveaways, the odd competition and a chance to ask questions throughout...the audience is guaranteed to learn something new, be shocked, surprised or laugh at just how similar the Georgians really were to us!
David might even spread a bit of gossip and tell the odd tale from the world of TV!
"It's all about Buddy" is a solo tribute show to Buddy Holly & 50’s Rock n Roll, the full show will consist of a Buddy Holly tribute featuring all the hits in the 1st half, followed by a "Rock n Roll dance party" in the 2nd half, featuring songs from The Big Bopper, Ritchie Valens, Dion and the Belmonts, Eddie Cochran, Bill Hayley, Chuck Berry & Elvis Presley etc. the show uses high quality backing tracks, and features the vocals and guitar playing of Paul Birch, and is aided with video images on a projector screen
If you love Buddy Holly and Rock n Roll, then you'll love this show
Michelle Randles School of Dancing is excited to announce their annual Commercial/Hip hop/Street and Pom Dance showcase, performed by pupils aged 4 up to adults. This show is set to be loud, full out and packed with high energy routines, not forgetting to mention plenty of sass! Come along and support our fantastic dancers.
After the terrific success of The Singular Exploits of Sherlock Holmes, we return with this follow-up stage play. Join the king of the detectives as he brings to life those three startling cases, The Sussex Vampire, The Creeping Man and The Devil's Foot!
Jonathan Goodwin returns as Sherlock Holmes, in a show scripted by himself and co-directed by Goodwin and Gary Archer.
Rent is set in New York at the dawn of the 1990’s and tells the story of a group of impoverished young artists as they struggle with their careers, love lives and the effect of the AIDS epidemic on their community.
Mark, an aspiring filmmaker, and Roger, an HIV-positive musician, scramble for money to pay rent to their landlord and former roommate, Benny. Their friend Tom, a gay anarchist professor at New York University falls for Angel, a cross dressing street drummer, who is slowly dying of AIDS.
Not suitable for Under 12 years.
Pupils from the Emma Jayne School of Dance showcasing ballet, tap and modern.
The Beach Boys® Tribute Show
Spread the word - they’re back!
Beach Boyz Tribute Band is back on tour with its brand new 2020 show The Beach Boys® Tribute Show!
See the boys up close as featured on BBC TV, BBC Radio Wales, BBC local radio and independent local radio stations across the UK!
Come join a journey in time and space, back to the 1960s, across to the sunny shores of the Golden State of California where the surf sound was conceived.
Whether you are coming back to see Beach Boyz Tribute Band again or coming for the first time, the show is exhilarating as ever, filling the auditorium with glorious, rich vocal harmony, the five all singing, all playing boys that are Beach Boyz Tribute Band continue to amaze, astound and defy belief in their recreation of America’s biggest and longest selling pop rock band The Beach Boys®.
No other tribute act can provide such a lively fun packed show that showcases over 30 hit records, all performed 100% live.
You’ll hear Beach Boyz Tribute Band re-create the early rock and roll sounds with such accurate authenticity you will be transported back to the days of black and white; then carried on a wave of harmony to the multi coloured complex orchestral works of Brian Wilson and the iconic critically acclaimed Pet Sounds.
Do not be surprised if at the end of the performance you are on your feet, clapping and cheering for more, you will be in good company, for this tends to happen at every Beach Boyz Tribute Band concert, wowing audiences across the UK and beyond!