Monday, 23 April 2018

Theatre Royal, Wakefield

Details of upcoming performances at The Theatre Royal in Wakefield:

Thumbelina, 5 - 7 May

Thumbelina dances and Thumbelina sings,
Thumbelina finds trouble in all sorts of things.
She makes her choices, ignores the wisest voices,
Landing slap bang in the middle of strife,
Leading to a topsy turvy life!
Come and join us for this tall tale of adventure and see the big, wide world through the eyes of a little girl no bigger than your thumb!
This contemporary retelling of Hans Christian Andersen’s tiny heroine will take you on a thrilling journey with plenty of twists and turns that will delight and charm little hearts and minds.
In On The Act, Theatre Royal Wakefield’s young company for aspiring theatre-makers bring new life to this childrens classic with a mix of song, movement and storytelling for thoroughly modern children aged 3 to 6 years.
Recommended age 3+

Saturday 5 - Monday 7 May
11am & 2pm
Tickets £8 (plus concessions)
Box Office 01924 211 311

Book now for Thumbelina, 5 - 7 May

Kevin Bridges, 30 Apr - 1 May
Platinum, 3 - 5 May
Sarah & Duck, 6 & 7 May

Catch Kevin as he tries out material ahead of his forthcoming UK and Ireland tour.

Book now for Kevin Bridges, 30 Apr - 1 May
Join West Yorkshire Theatre Dance Centre as they celebrate their 20th anniversary with their performance of Platinum. The show promises to be a spectacular array of dance genres, performed for your delight by over 400 talented students of this exceptional school.

Book now for Platinum, 3 - 5 May
The enchanting world of Sarah and Duck is brought to life in a brand-new stage show, featuring the wonderful characters from the BAFTA award-winning CBeebies show.

Book now for Sarah & Duck, 6 & 7 May

Rock Icons, 9 May
Robin Ince, 10 May
Joe McElderry, 11 May

This energetic rockin’ live music show takes you on a journey through the eras of some of the world’s most iconic classic rock bands and albums.

Book now for Rock Icons, 9 May
Robin's first new stand up show in three years is a clash of the two cultures; a joyous romp through his favourite artists and strangest scientific ideas.

Book now for Robin Ince, 10 May
Joe is excited to bring this all new show to you with his easy wit and charm that has endeared him to all ages from 5 to 95.

Book now for Joe McElderry, 11 May

Peter Pan, 16 - 19 May
Brian Conley, 22 May
Kate Rusby, 23 May

With a spectacular mix of swashbuckling adventure, jaw dropping flying, and an infectious score, Peter Pan is guaranteed to bring forth one's inner child, and send you reeling ‘Just Beyond the Stars.’

Book now for Peter Pan 16 - 19 May
The multi-talented and irrepressible Brian Conley returns to the stage with his new show; Still the greatest entertainer (in his price range)

Book now for Brian Conley, 22 May
Forever proud to call herself a folk singer, Kate Rusby’s beautiful, expressive vocals never fail to connect the emotional heart of a song to that of her audience.

Book now for Kate Rusby, 23 May

Austen's Women, 24 May
Los Pacaminos, 25 May
The Damned United, 26 May

Thirteen of Jane Austen’s heroines come to life in this bold revisiting of some of literature’s most celebrated works.

Book now for Austen's Women, 24 May
This is a tequila fuelled tex-mex party night, as each venue becomes the perfect cantina setting for a great night's rocking with the cactus sharp, tequila filled, stetson wearing, magnificent 6; Los Pacaminos!

Book now for Los Pacaminos, 25 May
Adapted from David Peace’s brilliant and ingenious novel, The Damned United takes you inside the tortured mind of a genius slamming up against his limits, and brings to life the beauty and brutality of football, the working man’s ballet.

Book now for The Damned United, 26 May

Warrior, 26 May
Wakefield Drama Festival 2018, 27 May - 2 June
A Romantic Destination, 30 May

Warrior Part One: Daughterhood examines the complexities we face as we try to forge an identity away from our matriarchs. It explores the legacy etched into our DNA and the subsequent need to reject the path that has been trodden before. But does the apple ever really fall far from the tree?

Book now for Warrior, 26 May
Theatre Royal Wakefield welcomes the 18th Wakefield Drama Festival. This annual event showcases the work of the best amateur drama groups across the region. Seven plays in seven days presented by seven different companies; a mixture of comedy, tragedy and drama.

Book now for Wakefield Drama Festival 2018, 27 May - 2 June
A Romantic Destination is a show about home, about the connecting lines that run through our lives and beyond, and the part music can play in piecing it all together.

Book now for A Romantic Destination, 30 May

Theatre Royal Wakefield, Drury Lane, Wakefield, WF1 2TE

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