Monday, 3 September 2018

Theatre Royal Wakefield

With details of upcoming events and fundraising, here are the latest newsletters from Theatre Royal Wakefield:


What's coming up at Theatre Royal Wakefield


Seasons In The Sun

Written & directed by John Godber OBE
It's the summer of '74, and the future looks bright for Spag and Paul, as they await their A-Level results. But a job as relief dustbin men will dampen their artistic ambitions.
Join them in this hilarious 'fish out of water' comedy, about women, waste and walking the streets. After this summer, life will never be the same again!
‘Godber’s lightness of touch and his sharp Northern wit make for an enjoyable evening’
Wakefield Express on The Scary Bikers
Recommended age 15+
Contains some strong language

The John Godber Company present
Seasons In The Sun
Thursday 13 - Saturday 22 September, 7.30pm
Saturday matinees, 3pm

Tickets £21, £19, £16 (plus concessions)
Box Office 01924 211 311
Online theatreroyalwakefield.co.uk

Book now for Seasons In The Sun


Les Misérables School Edition

Wakefield Youth Music Theatre presents one of the most iconic musicals of all time featuring the well loved songs I Dreamed A Dream, Master Of The House and One Day More.
Brought to you by the professional team behind Cats, Jesus Christ Superstar and Our House. Don't miss your chance to catch the stars of tomorrow in this fantastic show!

Book now for Les Misérables School Edition
Recovery Songs

A brand new spoken word story about addiction, the causes of addiction, and the recovery from its destructive forces. Written and performed by A Firm of Poets founder, Ralph Dartford, from his own true experience of addiction, falling down and getting back up again.

Book now for Recovery Songs


Much Ado About Nothing/Macbeth

Merely Theatre create energetic, crystal clear Shakespeare productions. Audiences follow the story better than ever and feel actively involved. Inventive and relentless, their work is informed by years of honing their principles in rep. The result is a dynamic cast of actors telling these amazing stories through sheer imaginary force.

Book now for Much Ado About Nothing/Macbeth
Jamie Raven: Making Magic

Britain’s Got Talent Runner Up, Jamie Raven, is proud to announce the UK tour of his brand new show, Making Magic – a look at how magicians do what they do.
Why does magic work? How are our hearts fooled into believing something that our brains know simply can’t be true?

Book now for Jamie Raven: Making Magic


Frankly Sinatra

Direct from Las Vegas, the iconic music of Frank Sinatra is brought to life once again ‘his way’.
Featuring the swing, the swagger and the velvet vocals of Frank Sinatra in concert, enjoy a not-to-be-missed evening with world renowned vocalist Stephen Triffitt.

Book now for Frankly Sinatra
Come As You Are Festival

When did you come out as male? Or female? Camden People’s Theatre will be taking over The Walker Studio with a host of performances and workshops from gender- anarchists with more questions than answers.

Headlined by the award-winning show Bullish by Milk Presents, the festival will celebrate and interrogate all the world’s issues regarding female, male, between and beyond. It’s not going to be pretty – but it might just be beautiful.

Book now for Come As You Are Festival


Milkshake! Live

Starring Milkshake! favourites; Bob the Builder, Little Princess, Noddy, Fireman Sam, Shimmer & Shine, Pip from Pip Ahoy!, Winnie and  Wilbur, Wissper, Milkshake’s very own Milkshake! Monkey and two Milkshake! presenters. This all singing, all dancing, musical masterpiece will take audiences on a journey through the world’s favourite fairy tales.

Book now for Milkshake! Live
UK's Most Welcoming Theatre

UK'S MOST WELCOMING THEATRE 2018 - VOTING IS OPEN!


Be in with a chance of winning £250 worth of Theatre Tokens when you place your vote for the UK's Most Welcoming Theatre.
We would love if you could support us by voting for Theatre Royal Wakefield. Click on the image above to place your vote.



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Following the successful opening of the new Centre for Creativity, we would like to share with you some exciting news about the programming of the Walker Studio and the real difference made by supporters’ stars appearing on the Wall of Fame.

Whether you wish to call in to buy a ticket for your next show, enjoy a coffee and cake or polish your star on the Wall of Fame this is now your building.

'What you have created here at Theatre Royal Wakefield is a real asset to the district as a whole...'
Sally Simpson - ITV

We would love to tell you more about these new facilities and how you can help Theatre Royal Wakefield make the very best use of the new Walker Studio. But first we need your permission to contact you with fundraising messages. If you agree please click on the button below. 

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Thank you in advance for letting Theatre Royal Wakefield contact you regarding future developments at the Theatre. It is always a pleasure to be able to share good news.


Jon Ingham
Head of Fundraising & Partnerships

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