Award-winning actor Edward Fox returns to his acclaimed role of John Betjeman in Sand in the Sandwiches at the Theatre Royal Brighton, following a sold-out tour. Celebrating the work of the legendary British poet laureate, the play revives some of Betjeman’s best works, bringing out the vivacious personality in his acclaimed poems. An unforgettable evening!
Award-winning theatre company Les Petits adapt David Walliams’ best-selling children’s book The First Hippo on the Moon for the stage! The magical story sees two hippos with one enormous dream – but who can make it to the moon first? Prepare to laugh loads at this wonderful space adventure from the creative company behind The Elephantom and more!
Carol Harrison’s phenomenal musical All or Nothing dances into the Theatre Royal Brighton for a limited number of performances. It’s 1964 and the Mods have ridden into society, bringing their working-class free spirits with them! With a strong dedication to Rhythm ‘n’ Blues, this ‘Mod’ musical celebrates songs such as “Whatcha Gonna Do About It” and “Lazy Sunday”, amongst many others!
Willy Russell's heart-warming comedy Shirley Valentine receives its first major revival in a UK tour starring Jodie Prenger. Adapted into an Oscar nominated film, the sparky story tells the tale of Shirley, a Liverpool housewife looking to completely revamp her life. When her friend offers her a trip to Greece, she grabs life with both hands.
Sally Cookson's acclaimed production of Jane Eyre embarks on a UK tour, stopping at the UK's biggest venues. After a successful season at the National Theatre, Charlotte Bronte's famous tale receives a bold re-imagining in this vibrant piece. See Jane battle against prejudice and betrayal to fulfil her heart's desires.
John Partridge dazzles as drag artist Albin in a sensational new production of La Cage Aux Folles. Featuring a memorable score including the show-stopping number “I Am What I Am”, Harvey Fierstein's beloved musical embarks on its first UK tour. When Georges' son Jean-Michel announces his engagement, Albin is forced to take on the role of a lifetime.
Make way for hilarious comedy musical The Wedding Singer, starring Ray Quinn, Cassie Compton and Roxanne Pallett. Travel back to 1985, where hair and emotions are high! When wannabe Robbie is left at the altar, it's up to his friends to pull him out of a funk. Will he go from wedding singer to full on rock star?
Jessie Wallace and Paul Bradley star in the spine-chilling drama Deathtrap, which embarks on a UK tour. Continuing as the longest running thriller on Broadway, the play sees Sidney Bruhl in the grip of writer’s block. When young playwright Clifford Anderson sends him a brilliant new whodunit, Bruhl reaches the conundrum – would he kill to become the new star of Broadway?
Alfred Uhry’s tale of an unlikely friendship drives into the Theatre Royal, Brighton. Driving Miss Daisy is the heartfelt comedy that sees a long-lasting friendship blossom between an elderly Southern matriarch and Hoke, her friendly chauffeur. As decades roll by, the pair begin to reconcile their differences and grow more familiar with each other than ever expected.
Relive your youth with the West End sensation Dreamboats and Petticoats, which dances into the UK’s biggest venues. Featuring some of the best known songs from the rock ‘n’ roll era, the all-singing, all-dancing musical phenomenon sees two young musicians compete in a song writing competition to win the hearts of two ladies! Tap your toes to “Let’s Dance”, “Great Pretender” and more!
Following West End success, Giles Croft’s critically-acclaimed production of Khaled Hosseini’s heart-wrenching tale The Kite Runner tours the UK. Set in Afghanistan, the story sees two childhood friends ripped apart by a horrific incident that damages their lives forever. Matthew Spangler adapts this five-star production, which has received praise from audiences and critics alike.
After tremendous success in the West End, Alan Ayckbourn’s riotous comedy How the Other Half Loves sets off on a UK tour, playing at the UK’s biggest venues. A hilarious tale of matrimonial mistakes, the story sees Bob and Fiona clumsily attempt to cover up their affair, which only makes things worse for their married friends! Starring Robert Daws and Caroline Langrishe, prepare to laugh your socks off!
A star cast bring to life Ruth Rendell’s thrilling drama A Judgement in Stone, presented by prolific producer Bill Kenwright. When Eunice joins a very wealthy family as a housekeeper, long hidden secrets begin to surface, culminating in a horrifying murder. From the writer often hailed as the successor of Agatha Christie, this play promises to be utterly gripping.
Bill Kenwright presents a sensational new UK tour of Kander and Ebb’s saucy musical Cabaret. Follow Sally Bowles as she performs at the decadent, downtown Kit Kat Klub, with songs such as “Maybe This Time”, “Two Ladies” and “Cabaret”. Made famous by the 1972 film starring Liza Minelli, the sexy musical delves deep into the dark side of 1931 Weimar Berlin.
The Wanted’s Tom Parker dons his leather jacket to star as Danny in a brand new production of hit musical Grease, opposite Over the Rainbow winner Danielle Hope as Sandy. Prepare yourself for teenage romance at Rydell High, in the musical that features songs such as “Grease is the Word”, “Hopelessly Devoted to You” and “Greased Lightnin’”. It will be the one that you want!
Craig Warner’s chilling tale Strangers on a Train is brought to life in a brand new, spine-tingling UK tour. Based on Patricia Highsmith’s 1950 novel, the tale was made universally famous by Alfred Hitchcock’s classic film. A gripping, thrilling story, Strangers on a Train follows Guy and Charles, two men who meet by chance on a train. Quickly, a brief exchange transforms into something much darker.
Witness the smash-hit musical that tells the tale of love against all odds, in a brand new show from Selladoor Productions. Flashdance – The Musical kicks its way on to the stage in a phenomenal new production, featuring blazing choreography and a rock score that includes “Maniac”, “I Love Rock & Roll” and the amazing “What a Feeling”. Don the leotard and get your groove on!
When three broken hearts meet at a Soho hang-out, there’s one man who can help them out. Craig Revel Horwood directs and choreographs the spectacular new musical Son of a Preacher Man, which embarks on an explosive UK tour. Featuring the greatest hits of the legendary Dusty Springfield, the touching musical sees the famed Preacher Man dispensed to cure lonely hearts.
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