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Coming Soon

  • We Are Ian

    1989. Manchester. The year that everything changed from black and white into crazy technicolour. A frenzy of drugs, beats and bucket hats. Illegal raves. Acid parties. Just jumping up and down in a field and throwing two fingers to Thatcher… Remember it? Read more

  • Alice In Wonderland

    Come and join Alice as she enters the curiouser and curiouser world of the White Rabbit, Queen of Hearts and Mad Hatter. Read more

  • The Original Blue Meanies

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  • The Death Of Stalin

    This audacious comedy is a bitingly funny takedown of bureaucratic dysfunction performed to the hilt by a sparkling ensemble cast. Read more

Latest Live Events Added

  • Richard Carpenter: Close To You

    The piano player from Frisky & Mannish plays the piano player from The Carpenters in a razor-sharp parody play about a life spent playing the piano. Read more

  • The Albion Christmas Band

    An Albion Christmas is widely regarded as the premier seasonal show, which has been touring for nearly 20 years, and attracts sell-out audiences across the UK. Many people say that their Christmas doesn’t start until they have seen The Albion Christmas Show! Read more

  • St Agnes Fountain

    After a sell out show last year, St Agnes Fountain return for their Christmas tour. As the fans say, “Christmas starts with St Agnes Fountain”. Read more

  • Wilde Without the Boy

    Performed by Gerard Logan (“Olivier Nominee” - RSC,), “Wilde Without the Boy” is a dramatic interpretation of “De Profundis”, the letter Oscar Wilde wrote to his lover, Lord Alfred Douglas, from his cell in Reading gaol. Read more