Wednesday, 28 December 2016

Theatre Royal Wakefield

The latest Theatre Royal Wakefield newsletter features upcoming performances for 2017:

Spring 2017 Brochure
John Godber returns in the new year with a brand new comedy The Empty Nesters' Club.
Vicky Barret, whose daughter has recently flown the nest for university in London, prepares for the first meeting of a new support group for similarly bereft parents.
Her and husband Phil reflect on the upheaval of letting go of their not-so-little girl and the drama of boyfriends, long goodbyes and trips to Ikea!
Starring Jane Hogarth (Hollyoaks) along with This Might Hurt's Rob Angell & Josie Morley.
The Empty Nesters' Club
Wed 25 January - Sat 4 February, 7.15pm
Saturday matinees 3pm
Tickets £19, £17, £14 (plus concessions)
Box Office 01924 211 311
Book now for Spring 2017
Sleeping Beauty Thursday 24 November - Saturday 31 December
Enjoy all the drama, romance and tragedy of one of the world's best-loved ballets - Romeo & Juliet.
Ballet Theatre UK passionately recreate the tragic tale of star-crossed lovers, told with grace and intimacy with stunning costumes and innovative stage sets transporting you to Renaissance Verona.
Performed to the stirring original score by Profokiev, Romeo & Juliet will leave you breathless and moved.
Book now for Sleeping Beauty Thursday 24 November - Saturday 31 December
The Empty Nesters' Club Wednesday 25 January - Saturday 4 February
Ruby Wax returns to Theatre Royal Wakefield with the follow up to her sell-out show Sane New World - the funny and insightful Frazzled.
Accompanying her new best-selling book A Mindfulness Guide for the Frazzled, Ruby calls on her mental health campaigning and education to offer a passport to saner living.
She might not be sane herself, but she does a pretty good imitation.
Book now The Empty Nesters' Club - Wednesday 25 January - Saturday 4 February
Romeo & Juliet - Saturday 14 January
There's still time to grab a ticket for the return of hugely popular musical extravaganza Beyond the Barricade, an exciting portrayal of the greatest songs in musical theatre, including hit numbers from The Phantom of the Opera, Jersey Boys, The Lion King and, of course, Les Miserables.
Book now for Romeo & Juliet Saturday 14 January
Beyond the Barricade Sunday 15 January
Prepare to be awe-inspired by the unique and exciting cultural spectacle, Chinese New Year Extravaganza!
Welcome in the Year of the Rooster with daring Chinese acrobatics, elegant dance, kung fu performance and the ancient magic of Face Changing and more.
Book now for Ultimate Bowie - Friday 4 November
Cannon & Ball - The Dressing Room Friday 20 January
The poignantly relevant Ken Loach film Cathy Come Home gets a 21st century update on its 50th anniversary with this new play by Cardboard Citizens. Cathy offers a timely reflection on the impact of spiralling rents and forced relocation on an ordinary family living on the edge. 
Book now for Cannon & Ball - The Dressing Room Friday 20 January
Theatre Royal Wakefield, Drury Lane, Wakefield, WF1 2TE

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