WHAT'S ON AT THE STABLES

The Stables, Stockwell Lane, Wavendon, Milton Keynes 

 


October

Seann Walsh: After This One, I’m Going Home
Date: Tuesday 9 October, 8pm
Tickets: £14
Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee and the self-dubbed ‘Lie-In King’, Seann Walsh is “unquestionably the best observational comic of his generation” (The Guardian). Returning from his run in the US where he made his television debut appearance on Conan, Seann is back on tour in the UK. (May contain strong language and adult material; suitable for 16+.)

 

Babelfish
Date: Tuesday 9 October, 8.45pm (Stage 2)
Tickets: £10 in advance, £12 on the door
Babelfish are a contemporary jazz quartet featuring Brigitte Beraha (voice), Barry Green (piano), Chris Laurence (double bass) and Paul Clarvis (percussion). Their debut album Babelfish was released in 2012. Their second album Chasing Rainbows (2015) is a collection of beautiful songs in English, French, Italian or unknown language (a Babelfish is a fish that you put in your ear and which then translates anything into your own language). They are currently planning the release of their third album: a journey inside their favourite books through the vehicles of jazz, Latin, classical, folk and improvised music.

 

An Evening with Andy Hamilton
Date: Wednesday 10 October, 8pm
Tickets: £20
Following sold-out theatre tours of Change Management, award-winning comedian, comedy writer and director Andy Hamilton is back with his first-ever up close and personal show. Andy will look back at his extensive comedy career which began in 1976 when he contributed to Radio 4’s Weekending and has seen him pick up a raft of awards for co-writing and co-directing, including such household TV classics as Drop The Dead Donkey and Outnumbered.

 

 

John Lees’ Barclay James Harvest
Date: Thursday 11 October, 8pm
Tickets:  £27.50
Don’t miss John Lees’ Barclay James Harvest first UK concert tour for two years, which will see the band promote a new studio album and celebrate the wonderful music of BJH over a staggering 50 years. This legacy includes a series of classic albums such as Barclay James Harvest, Barclay James Harvest And Other Short Stories, Barclay James Harvest Live (a double album which became their first
UK chart album) and the platinum-selling Gone To Earth.

 

The Real Thing
Date: Friday 12 October, 8pm
Tickets:  £25
Following the sad news that Eddy Amoo passed away earlier this year, fellow band members Chris and Dave issued the following statement: “Chris and Dave are devastated by the loss of their brother and friend Eddy and have been overwhelmed by the love and support of fans, colleagues and the people of Liverpool. Chris and Dave have made the decision to continue The Real Thing’s 2018 tour. The fans’ outpouring of support makes us realise how much love there is out there for The Real Thing, and we’re doing this for them and for Eddy, who was the greatest showman. It would have been Eddy’s wish for us to carry on and still feel the force.”

 

Geoff Norcott: Traditionalism
Date: Friday 12 October 8:45pm
SOLD OUT

 

Theatre of Widdershins: Snow White, Rose Red, Bear Brown
Date: Saturday 13 October, 2pm
Tickets:      £12; under-16s £10; family of four £40
Snow White and Rose Red – sisters, twins, best friends – have lived in the forest since they were babes in the wood. When their quiet life is interrupted by a friendly bear, a new chapter begins. But why has the bear chosen them as playfellows? Why is there sadness in his eyes? And who on earth is that rude little man with a ridiculously long beard they keep bumping into? All questions will be untangled in this new show from the Woods of Widdershins, using puppets, storytelling, original music and a fantastical fairy-tale forest. (Suitable for ages 4 and up.)
 

 

 

Nearly Dan
Date: Saturday 13 October, 8pm
Tickets:  £18
Less tribute and more homage, Nearly Dan are saviour to the growing legions of Dan fans desperate to hear the meticulously crafted sounds of Donald Fagen and Walter Becker. The 10-piece band promise all of the Steely Dan favourites in a two-hour show featuring tracks from the groove of Countdown To Ecstasy to the super-cool of celebrated albums The Royal Scam, Aja and Gaucho.

 

Dunn Wiv Whiskey
Date: Saturday 13 October, 8.45pm (Stage 2)
Tickets: £5
Dunn Wiv Whiskey are Malcolm Dunn, Whiskey Bob and Gerald Claridge. Their songs, all written by Malcolm, represent a distinctive sound that sits within the realms of contemporary folk. The title track of their new CD Jonquille has already received widespread acclaim. Support will be provided by folk band Scarecrow and Rebecca Ryan.

Promoted by Malcolm Dunn

 

Elégie: Rachmaninoff, A Heart in Exile
performed by Lucy Parham (piano) & Henry Goodman (narrator)
Date: Sunday 14 October, 2.30pm
Tickets:  £19.50 ((£7.50 for 8-25 year olds)
Known internationally for her Composer Portrait concerts, pianist Lucy Parham has created a new programme chronicling the life of composer and pianist Sergei Rachmaninoff. The concert includes many of his best-loved works for solo piano, including a selection of Preludes, Études-Tableaux and Moments Musicaux, some of his own transcriptions and the haunting Elégie, as well as works by Scriabin and Tchaikovsky. Rachmaninoff’s own words, from letters and writings, will be interwoven into the programme and read by much-loved actor Henry Goodman. Henry has worked extensively in film, TV and theatre; his films include Taking Woodstock (2009), The Damned United (2009) and Private Parts (1997).

 

Legend: A Tribute to Bob Marley
Date: Sunday 14 October, 8pm
Tickets: £19.50
Legend are seven great musicians and singers dedicated to the life and music of the late, great Bob Marley. This two-hour show covers the very best of Marley’s timeless classics, including Is This Love, No Woman No Cry, Waiting In Vain, Exodus, I Shot The Sheriff, Jamming and Could You Be Loved.

 

Fred’s House
Date: Sunday 14 October, 8.45pm (Stage 2)
Tickets: £12
Fred’s House make summery, 1970s West Coast-inspired folk/rock but have their own distinctively fresh sound that is very much part of now. This group of musicians have the rare ability to sweep you away with their gorgeous three-part harmonies, moving lyrics, infectious melodies and uplifting grooves. Among their many influences are bands such as Fleetwood Mac and the Eagles. They scooped the prestigious Syd Barrett Pride of Cambridge Award at the
NMG Awards 2017 and just got back from touring China as part of the Nanjing International Jazz and World Music Festival.

 

Gwyneth Herbert: Letters I Haven’t Written
Date: Tuesday 16 October, 8pm
Tickets: £15
When was the last time you wrote a letter? Tag, swipe, meme, like; the way we communicate is constantly changing. Letters I Haven’t Written invites you on a voyage into the lost art of letter-writing through music and film by award-winning composer/ performer Gwyneth Herbert and leading video artist Will Duke. Original songs are interwoven with film and live video to create a captivating story that takes audiences from a blank piece of paper to the joyful sharing of voice.

 

Hanna Haas & Kevin Pearce
Date: Tuesday 16 October, 8.45pm (Stage 2)
Tickets: £10 in advance, £12 on the door
A brilliant double-bill of upcoming singer-songwriters. Hanna Haas is from
Portland, Oregon, and new to the UK. Her recordings feature contributions from Chris Lynch and Ben Berry (Marty O’Reilly & The Old Soul Orchestra) as well as Erin Chapin (Rainbow Girls). A veteran of Latitude and Wilderness Festivals, Essex-based Kevin Pearce has been quietly chipping away at his career and has unleashed a fine new album on the world – So On – which was released in December last year. Dreamy, open soundscapes are topped off with a keening, really quite beautiful voice, accompanied live by a fluent and fluid acoustic guitar style.

 

The SaraBeth Trio
Date: Wednesday 17 October, 8pm
Tickets:  £15
Individual solo artists in their own right, SaraBeth, Glen Mitchell and Vickie Vaughn have come together to form harmony powerhouse The SaraBeth Trio. Based in
Nashville, Tennessee, the Texas, London and Kentucky natives have attracted the attention of renowned producer Paul Worley who produced the Dixie Chicks and Martina McBride. With chart-topping songs, Grand Ole Opry performances, industry awards and world tours between them, The SaraBeth Trio give every audience a dynamic, unforgettable show.

Screaming Blue Murder Comedy Club
Date: Wednesday 17 October, 8.45pm (Stage 2)
Tickets: £10 in advance, £12 on the door
Presenting the comedy stars of tomorrow today! Compere Andrew Bird introduces rising star Meryl O’Rourke and the headliner is Ian Cognito. Line-up may be subject to change. (May contain strong language and adult material; suitable for 16+.)

 

Diabel Cissokho
Date: Thursday 18 October, 8pm
Tickets:  £15
Senegalese musician Diabel Cissokho is part of the great line of Cissokho griots. His musical pedigree is exceptional. International tours with his family’s band Bannaya led to a long stint as Baaba Maal’s kora player and tours with acclaimed musicians Kandia Kouyate, Pee Wee Ellis, Omar Pene and Youssou N’Dour. Now well established in the
UK, Diabel’s virtuosic talent has been welcomed everywhere from WOMAD and Glastonbury to London’s Barbican, where he performed alongside Femi Kuti, Cheikh Lo and Manu Dibango.

 

Emily Mae Winters
Date: Thursday 18 October, 8.45pm (Stage 2)
Tickets: £10 in advance, £12 on the door
Fast-rising star on the UK folk/ country/ Americana scene, Emily Mae Winters has that rare quality in a singer that makes critics reach for the superlatives. Influenced by the likes of Alison Krauss, Emmylou Harris and Sarah Jarosz, Emily combines straight-to-the-heart bitter sweetness with her unique passion and drama in performance. Her debut album Siren Serenade was released last year and she is currently working on new material.

 

Pasadena Roof Orchestra
Date: Friday 19 October, 8pm
Tickets: £22.50
Led by Duncan Galloway, the Pasadena Roof Orchestra have gained a worldwide reputation for their recreations of popular dance music from the 1920s and 1930s. The show includes impeccable arrangements played by some of the
UK’s finest musicians. Enjoy the sumptuous music of Ray Noble and his Orchestra, hot jazz from Duke Ellington and melodies that were made famous by Fred Astaire, Bing Crosby and Al Bowlly. Warning – this show contains comedy of a British nature.

 

 

Bella Hardy: Hey Sammy Acoustic Tour
Date: Friday 19 October, 8.45pm (Stage 2)
Tickets: £14
Bella Hardy, acclaimed songwriter and traditional music luminary, released Hey Sammy in 2017, a record that bears the stamps of extensive musical expeditions far from home. Humanist hymns, ancient Chinese poems, feminist battle cries and the title track’s reflections on the rise of racism in
Britain make this her most wide-reaching and richly rewarding album to date. This autumn, Bella takes to the road with only her two fiddles and harmonium for company, stripping back the instrumentation from her latest record to return the songs to their newly written forms.

 

China Crisis: Flaunt The Imperfection Tour
Date: Saturday 20 October, 8pm
Tickets:  £22.50
Liverpool legends China Crisis will be performing their classic album Flaunt The Imperfection in its entirety. The founding duo behind China Crisis – Gary Daly and Eddie Lundon – will be joined on stage by a stellar band of musicians hand-selected by them for these momentous performances. The band will also perform their many other hits including Wishful Thinking, Arizona Sky, Christina, Tragedy And Mystery and Scream Down At Me.

 

Dave Nachmanoff
Date: Saturday 20 October, 8.45pm (Stage 2)
Tickets: £14 in advance, £16 on the door
Dave Nachmanoff has toured the world both on his own and as the guitarist and opening act for Al Stewart. After performing with folk legend Libba Cotten at the age of nine and then playing in a rock band with his two brothers, Dave slowly built a grassroots following touring all over the world. A truly independent singer-songwriter, Dave has enjoyed a varied and unpredictable career.

 

Peter Horsfall Quartet: Tony Bennett Songbook
Date: Sunday 21 October, 11.30am 
Tickets:  £14
Pete Horsfall’s “bittersweet beautiful voice” (
BBC Radio 3) will capture the magic of one of the all-time greats, Anthony Dominick Benedetto – better known as Tony Bennett. Celebrating Bennett’s classic albums with legendary jazz pianist Bill Evans, Pete is joined by three of the UK’s finest musicians: Mike Gorman (piano), Matt Skelton (drums) and Adam King (bass).

 

 

Les McKeown’s Bay City Rollers
Date: Sunday 21 October, 8pm
Tickets: £25
Bay City Roller front-man Les McKeown tells the story of how five guys from Edinburgh became a worldwide pop sensation. Les and his four-piece band perform songs that influenced the original group as they forged their way in the music business, as well as all the hits including Bye Bye Baby, Summer Love Sensation, I Only Want To Be With You and Shang A Lang.

 

Hannah Sanders & Ben Savage
Date: Sunday 21 October, 8.45pm (Stage 2)
Tickets: £12 in advance, £14 on the door
Huddled round a microphone, singing intimate duets with just a mountain dulcimer, dobro and guitar, Hannah Sanders and Ben Savage are a folk duo who look and sound classically timeless, yet feel refreshingly unique. Their material is as joyful and fun as it is intense, but the common factor is the duo’s warmth and confidence in each other; their natural ease and connection is clearly evident on their recorded music and a genuine pleasure to witness on stage.

 

Emily Barker
with support from Jack Carty
Date: Monday 22 October, 8pm
Tickets: £15
Emily Barker is perhaps best known as the writer and performer of the award-winning theme to the
BBC crime drama Wallander starring Kenneth Branagh. She has released music as a solo artist as well as with various bands including The Red Clay Halo, Vena Portae and Applewood Road. The success of Emily’s 2017 album release Sweet Kind of Blue, with its seamless mix of soul, blues, country and folk influences, helped land her the accolade of UK Artist of the Year 2018 at the UK Americana Awards.

 

Peter White
Date: Tuesday 23 October, 8pm
Tickets:  £17.50
Peter White’s dream of travelling the world playing music came true in 1975 when he joined singer-songwriter-folkie Al Stewart in an association lasting 20 years, playing piano, guitar and becoming co-writer on many songs. He eventually became a solo artist in 1990 and now has 15 albums to his name. Known for his lyrical melodies and unique sound on acoustic guitar, he has maintained a reputation as one of the most prolific acoustic guitarists on the contemporary jazz landscape.

 

 

Släpstick
performed by Wereldband
Date: Wednesday 24 October, 8pm
Tickets: £27.50 & £25
Flying violins! Speed-skating ballerinos! This show has it all. Släpstick is an ode to the timeless comedy of Charlie Chaplin, the Marx Brothers, Spike Jones and Laurel & Hardy, a spectacular collection of musical and humorous acts rooted in the slapstick tradition but with a very modern twist. A perfect blend of virtuosic musicianship, lung-bursting physical comedy and heartfelt nostalgia, the show features five world-class performers who between them have mastered more than 100 instruments.

 

The Dovetail Trio
Date: Thursday 25 October, 8.45pm (Stage 2)
Tickets: £10 in advance, £12 on the door
Presenting England’s traditional songs with a bold and fresh approach, The Dovetail Trio explore familiar narratives with infectious energy and a passion for musical heritage. This collaboration effortlessly combines the talents of
BBC Radio 2 Folk Award nominee Jamie Roberts, BBC Performing Arts Award winner Rosie Hood and Newcastle Folk Degree alumnus Matt Quinn. The Dovetail Trio’s debut album Wing of Evening, released in 2015, featured a number of unusual versions of traditional English songs alongside an American folk story, a traditional Scottish whaling song and even a French/Canadian tune set.

 

Katrina (ex-Katrina & the Waves)
Date: Friday 26 October, 8pm
Tickets:  £17.50
The rock’n’roll girl from the 1980s with the powerful voice and catchy songs is back with a dynamite new band and a new album… and she’s still rockin’! Grammy-nominated band Katrina and The Waves achieved international success with their iconic 1980s hit Walking on Sunshine and were the last
UK winners of the Eurovision Song Contest with Love Shine A Light in 1997. Katrina has enjoyed successful solo tours in the UK, Europe and North America.

 

forest of fools     STANDING GIG
Date: Friday 26 October, 8.45pm (Stage 2)
Tickets: £10 in advance, £12 on the door
Charting a course into the depths of the musical unknown, forest of fools fuse traditional instruments with funked-up, high-tempo beats. In the blink of an eye, you’ll be whisked from the courtyards of Medieval England to an underground warehouse party. The resulting composition is as ground-breaking as it is sonically beautiful; a true musical odyssey for the 21st century.

 

Viva Santana
Date: Saturday 27 October, 8pm
Tickets:  £22
Voted one of the top five must-see tribute bands by Classic Rock magazine, Viva Santana have taken their superb interpretation of the Carlos Santana Latino rock/blues back catalogue from Cuba to Spain. Expect classy guitar licks set over danceable percussion as the band roll their way through Samba Pa Ti, Changes, Soul Sacrifice, Oye Como Va and other highlights from Santana’s 30-year career. The seven-piece Viva Santana features Spanish wizard Marcos Rodriguez on electric and acoustic guitars.

 

Julian Littman
Date: Saturday 27 October, 8.45pm (Stage 2)
Tickets:  £10 in advance, £12 on the door
A member of folk-rock pioneers Steeleye Span for the past six years, Julian Littman has been part of one of the band’s most productive periods. It’s a natural fit for Julian, who has played alongside Gerry Rafferty, Pete Townsend, Dexys Midnight Runners, Richard and Linda Thompson and Barbara Dickson. He has released two solo albums and is currently touring his live show FolkSoulBrother.

 

Snakecharmer
with support from Zal Cleminson’s Sin Dogs
Date: Sunday 28 October, 8pm
Tickets:  £22.50Six of the
UK’s most highly esteemed and experienced rock musicians have joined forces to create Snakecharmer. Original Whitesnake member Neil Murray has teamed up with Laurie Wisefield (Wishbone Ash), Harry James (Thunder, Magnum), Adam Wakeman (Ozzy Osbourne), Chris Ousey (Heartland) and rising star and new member Simon McBride to bring you classic twin-guitar based rock as it should be played.

 

Luke Daniels & Nancy Kerr
Date: Sunday 28 October, 8.45pm (Stage 2)
Tickets: £12 in advance, £14 on the door
This new double-headliner show promises to be a stunning mix of contemporary folk music and inspired instrumental virtuosity. Since Luke Daniel’s landmark solo statement What’s Here What’s Gone in 2014, he’s put down several more markers on the musical map. Revolve and Rotate had him transporting the 19th century’s closest thing to hi-fi, the giant steel discs of the polyphon, to modern transcription. Nancy Kerr is one of the most celebrated folk musicians of her generation and has won six folk awards from
BBC Radio 2.

 

 

Smile
Date: Tuesday 30 October, 11.30am & 1.30pm
Tickets:  £9.50
Told through magical, theatrical chamber music and performed by three exceptional musicians, Smile is a delightful musical adventure for children aged 3 to 5 and their families. Based on the book Augustus and His Smile by Catherine Raymer, it tells the story of Augustus the tiger and his search for his smile, and features a range of chamber music from Bach to Bartok as well as original pieces devised by the ensemble. The music and the musicians combine with magical intuitive design and direction to bring this enchanting story to life.

 

Woman to Woman
Date: Tuesday 30 October
8:00pm
SOLD OUT

 

Rob Newman: Total Eclipse of Descartes
Date: Wednesday 31 October, 8pm
Tickets:  £15
In a world gone crazy, can philosophy help? This brilliant new show tries to give you the answer. Rob Newman (stand-up legend, best-selling novelist, Radio 4 Sony Award winner) attempts to piece together a philosophy for our troubled times by sifting through 3000 years of thought: from Pythagoras to Artificial Intelligence by way of Pavlov’s dogs, Jane Goodall’s chimpanzees and Frankie Howerd’s trousers. (May contain strong language and adult material; suitable for 16+.)

 

The Luck
Date: Wednesday 31 October,
8.45pm (Stage 2)
Tickets: £10 in advance, £12 on the door
The Luck is brother and sister duo Max and Esmay Luck. Their 2018 alt-folk sound emerged after listening to many of the great
Americana bands of their childhood, including Fleetwood Mac and Tom Petty. They formed a band together in 2011 and have spent the past few years performing and recording in California. They found an audience on the streets of San Francisco, playing at the infamous Pier 39, and established an online television channel where they perform concerts three times a week. They are now back in their hometown, London, ahead of the release of their debut album.



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October

 

CARO EMERALD

TUE 9 OCT 

Since the release of her 2010 multi-platinum debut album Deleted Scenes From The Cutting Room Floor Caro Emerald has fashioned her own niche. Gorgeous and stylish, Caro blends retro jazz with sampling and modern pop to create her signature sound. 

Caro’s second album The Shocking Miss Emerald, released in May 2013, entered the Official UK Album Chart at No. 1 remaining in the chart for an entire year. With more than 2.5 million record sales, 40 million YouTube views, a host of awards, and a string of sold out tours and performances at festivals throughout Europe including Glastonbury and Isle of Wight, Caro has made her mark.

 

 

 

MOTOWN’S GREATEST HITS: HOW SWEET IT IS

WED 10 OCT

 

The ultimate celebration of the sweet sound of Motown is back! This stunning 100% live show combine's first class music together with slick choreography, and an amazing band. Truly outstanding, the best Motown experience you will ever have! 

You'll be Dancing On The Ceiling with songs from legendary artistes such as Lionel Richie, The Temptations, Stevie Wonder, The Four Tops, Smokey Robinson, Marvin Gaye, The Jackson Five, The Isley Brothers, Edwin Starr and many more.

 

 

DARA O’BRIAIN – VOICE OF REASON

THU 11 OCT 

Dara is one of the most recognisable faces on British TV, as host of the hugely successful Mock The Week, Star Gazing Live, Robotwars and Go8Bit. Catch one of the most charismatic, intelligent, fast-talking and downright funny live performers working today in this brand new show for 2018.

 

 

THE DREAMBOYS

FRI 12 OCT

 

The Dreamboys are back and hotter than ever with a brand new show and UK tour for 2018, only this time they are bringing a special guest celebrity performer with them. The gorgeous Jake Quickenden from the hit TV shows, The X Factor, I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here and Dancing On Ice.

The Dreamboys are without a shadow of a doubt the UK's most famous and successful show of its kind in history. Their breath taking show spectacular has been perfectly created for hen nights, birthday parties and girls nights out with all your friends.

 

 

DANESBOROUGH CHORUS

SUN 14 OCT 

This concert commemorates the imminent centenary of the end of the First World War with a performance of Karl Jenkins’ best known choral work The Armed Man. Taking part are Eve McGrath (soprano), Naeem Mahmood (muezzin), Danesborough Chorus, Bedford Choral Society, and Milton Keynes City Orchestra. The concert will be conducted by Ian Smith.

 

 

BENIDORM

MON 15 – SAT 20 OCT 

The official world premiere of Derren Litten’s smash-hit ITV comedy Benidorm is set to bring sunshine and smiles in the stage debut production of the hugely popular TV show. ITV’s award-winning comedy celebrates over a decade of all-inclusive hilarity, having followed the ensemble cast of holiday makers and staff for ten series since it first broadcast in 2007. Litten has now written an all new set of Alicante escapades for the much-loved cast members as they swap sangria for the stage – after a quick spruce up at the Blow‘n’Go! Book now for a dose of Benidorm sunshine.

 

JACKSON LIVE IN CONCERT

SUN 21 OCT 

Michael Jackson is not only remembered as one of the most influential artists of all time, but many of today’s artists have been inspired by his iconic style. His career spanned nearly five decades of music, and he was continually at the forefront of popular music. 

Jackson Live in Concert now features the hugely talented ‘CJ’ recreating the Michael Jackson experience with his stunning rendition of all his favourite songs.

 

 

ENGLISH NATIONAL BALLET: KENNETH MACMILLAN’S MANON

WED 24 – SAT 27 OCT 

Kenneth MacMillan’s masterpiece: a full-blooded ballet of love, luxury and passion. 

The young and naïve Manon is torn between two lives: privilege and opulence with the wealthy Monsieur GM, or innocent love with the penniless student Des Grieux. Wanting it all will be her downfall. 

Beggars and aristocrats, harlots and courtesans fill the stage to take you from a gambling den in 18th-century Paris to a desolate Louisiana swamp, while English National Ballet Philharmonic soars through the haunting score by Jules Massenet. This is one of British ballet’s most dramatic stories.

 

 

HARRY HILLS KIDZ SHOW: HOW TO BE FUNNY (FOR KIDS!)

SUN 28 OCT 

Harry Hill’s KIDZ SHOW: How To Be Funny - For KIDS! will offer hints, tips and anecdotes for children who fancy themselves as a bit of a joker, with the self-styled floppy-collared loon Harry Hill on hand to run through his dos and do-nots, as well as offering kids the chance to try out their comedy skills. 

So kids – bring your best jokes! And if you’re sitting near the front, bring your umbrella! Expect big laughs, practical tips and bucket loads of water silliness.

 

 

JOE LYCETT: I’M ABOUT TO LOSE CONTROL AND I THINK JOE LYCETT

SUN 28 OCT 

Pop in and see Joe Lycett on his brand new stand-up tour, where he’ll be sharing jokes, paintings and some of the pathetic internet trolling he’s been up to recently. As seen on 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown, QI and The Royal Variety Performance.

 

CILLA - THE MUSICAL

TUE 30 OCT – SAT 3 NOV 

The spectacular rise of one of Britain’s best-loved entertainers of all time. 

Cilla - The Musical is the new spectacular and heart-warming musical adaptation of the critically acclaimed hit ITV television series by Bafta Award winner, Jeff Pope. It tells the extraordinary story of the teenage girl from Liverpool whose teenage dreams of stardom lead to her becoming one of Britain’s best-loved entertainers of all time. 

The musical score is the ultimate soundtrack to the 60’s including Cilla’s greatest hits Anyone Who Had a Heart, Alfie and Something Tells Me, Twist and Shout by the Beatles, California Dreamin by The Mamas and The Papas’ and many more.



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