See the smash-hit production of We’re Going on a Bear Hunt on tour, direct from the West End, as it returns vividly and noisily in director Sally Cookson’s fun-filled adaptation set to Benji Bower’s versatile lively score.
Based on the much-loved picture book by Michael Rosen and Helen Oxenbury, this mischievous celebration of play is the perfect treat for families with children aged 3 and up.
WE’RE GOING TO THE THEATRE
WE’RE GOING TO SEE A BEAR HUNT
WHAT A BEAUTIFUL PLAY!
WE’RE NOT SCARED!
I’m celebrating my 80th birthday by touring a new solo show to theatres I know well and a few that I don’t. The show starts with Gandalf and will probably end with an invitation to act with me on stage. In-between there will be anecdotes and acting. I open at my local arts centre in January and end up by August in Orkney.
When married hairdresser Rita enrols on a university course to expand her horizons, little does she realise where the journey will take her.
Her tutor Frank is a frustrated poet, brilliant academic and dedicated drinker, who’s less than enthusiastic about taking Rita on, but the two soon realise how much they have to teach each other.
This hilarious and heart-warming comedy won the Olivier award when it was produced in London’s West End by the RSC and was adapted into the multi award-winning film which starred Julie Walters and Michael Caine.
The marriage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, when the second son of the Prince of Wales married a divorced American actress of mixed race and uncertain religion, was seen as marking a fundamental modernisation of the British monarchy.
Actually, it was only a return to the 14th century when one of the many sons of King Edward III married a twice-divorced merry widow who’d eloped with her first husband at the age of 12; another a part-Moorish Spanish princess who (it is claimed) was a direct descendent of the Prophet Muhammad; while a third wed the au pair!
From virtuoso displays of traditional tango dance in stunning costumes to the exquisite sounds of 1930s and 40s Buenos Aires and the powerful Nuevo Tango music of Astor Piazzolla, Tangomotion is a breathtaking journey into the heart of Tango Argentino.
Tangomotion features new choreographies created by world class tango dancers Alexandra Wood, Guillermo Torrens, Paula Duarte and Richard Manuel, with new original music and evergreen tango classics from the acclaimed Tango Siempre Quartet.
Hartshorn–Hook Productions, Selladoor Worldwide and Broadway Asia Company in association with The Watermill Theatre present Amélie.
Amélie is the story of an astonishing young woman who lives quietly in the world, but loudly in her mind. She secretly improvises small, but extraordinary acts of kindness that bring happiness to those around her. But when a chance at love comes her way, Amélie realises that to find her own contentment she’ll have to risk everything and say what’s in her heart.
After a hugely successful debut run at Wilton’s Music Hall in 2015, Morgan & West return with their marvellous magic show – Parlour Tricks!
Time travelling magic duo Morgan & West present an evening chock full of jaw dropping, brain bursting, gasp eliciting feats of magic. The dashing chaps offer up a plateful of illusion and impossibility, all served with wit, charm and no small amount of panache. Be sure to wear a hat – Morgan & West might just blow your mind.
Evolve Theatre Productions brings you a night at the musicals, with the best songs to have graced the stage of the West End and Broadway. From classics including Annie, Cats, Les Mis and Wicked to the modern hits of Heathers, Dear Evan Hansen and Six, there is something for everyone. Evolve is putting on two shows in one day at The Barnfield Theatre, so do not miss your chance to hear the hits and see future talent in the making.
The Exmouth Players present Falstaff Frolics, the escapades of Sir John Falstaff according to William Shakespeare, at The Blackmore Theatre on the following dates and times: • 11th May 2019 at 7.30pm; and • 12th May at 3.00pm. This is a workshop production and will consist of an anthology of scenes featuring William Shakespeare’s lovable rogue. For nearly 400 years Sir John Falstaff has been a favourite of audiences in the UK and all around the world. As the culmination of a series of workshops the Exmouth Players present scenes featuring the fat knight and his jolly friends.