Our new production of Talent, written by Victoria Wood, is now on general sale.
Originally scheduled for the summer of 2020, Talent tells the story of a young woman with dreams of showbiz glory. Full of Victoria Wood’s unmatched wit and observation, Talent is a play with music about friendship, ambition and the lower rungs of the showbiz ladder. Running from Wednesday 30 June to Saturday 24 July 2021.
Alongside Talent, we are also on sale to members with two new and three rescheduled productions:
In August, Tell Me On A Sunday tells the romantic misadventures of an English girl in New York during the heady days of the 1980s. This iconic musical features Andrew Lloyd Webber’s wonderful score and includes an intimate post-show chat with Jodie Prenger (The Band Plays On, A Taste of Honey) charting her life, love and experience playing the role of ‘Emma’.
Bedknobs and Broomsticks debuts in October: the much-loved story of the three orphaned Rawlins children evacuated from wartime London to live with the mysterious Eglantine Price. With the help of a bewitched broomstick and an enchanted bed, they embark on a series of fantastical adventures from Portobello Road to the depths of the beautiful briny sea.
Following their rescheduling, the chilling mystery Looking Good Dead plays in August, and dark high-school comedy Heathers and Mischief Theatre’s comedy Groan Ups take the stage in September.
From number one best-selling author Peter James and adapted by award-winning writer Shaun McKenna, Looking Good Dead follows train passenger Tom Bryce - played by EastEnders’ Adam Woodyatt - who, after finding a mysterious USB stick left in his carriage, inadvertently becomes witness to a brutal murder. Danger follows as the case unfurls and Bryce fights to protect his family’s lives in this gripping new play.
Enrol at Westerberg High with Heathers; a dark comedy based on the 80s teen film. Popularity is a matter of life and death for Veronica Sawyer. When she’s unexpectedly taken under the wings of the three beautiful and impossibly cruel Heathers, her dreams of popularity finally start to come true – until Veronica learns it’s murder being a somebody.
The kids are alright with Mischief Theatre’s latest rollick Groan Ups. A ‘brand-new comedy for anyone who ever went to school’, this production from the creators of The Play That Goes Wrong follows a class of unruly six-year-olds on their journey to anarchic high school teenagers and beyond.
Tickets are available to book via our website now.