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Thursday 1st February 2018
Totally Tina – Theatre Royal Wakefield
Totally Tina is an international acclaimed award winning tribute show to the queen of rock. The show re-creates the spectacle and energy of her live shows with a six piece live band, four stunning dancers and Justine Riddoch’s incredible impersonation of the queen of rock and soul
The show starts at 7.30pm and tickets start at just £20
Tuesday 6th February 2018
Moon River and Me – Jimmy Osmond – City Varieties Music Hall in Leeds
The youngest member of the world famous Osmond family is joined by the Moon River Band and special guest stars in the brand new show full of award winning music, nostalgia and special memories of Andy Williams.
Songs include ‘Music To Watch Girls By’, ‘Can’t Take My Eyes Off You’ and of course Andy Williams’ theme tune, ‘Moon River’.
Meet and Greet packages are available for just £76.60
Thursday 8th through to Saturday 17th February 2018
The Scary Bikers – The Theatre Royal Wakefield
A new comedy about life, love and staying on your bike!
When retired miner Don and former private school teacher Carol meet at a bereavement group, they thought they’d found a new beginning. But a bike ride through Europe would test their budding romance, and the road to love is rocky when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object.
Join them on their hilarious and heartfelt journey, as they reconcile the past, debate the present and worry about the future. Whether they’re saddle sore in Southampton, blistered in Bordeaux or frazzled in Florence, one thing is for sure – it takes two to tandem!
Every night at 7.30pm and 3pm on a Saturday, tickets start at £15. More info can be found on the Theatre Royal’s website here
Friday 9th February through to Saturday 3rd March 2018
Still Alice – West Yorkshire Playhouse
Continuing their award-winning work with people living with dementia, West Yorkshire Playhouse have announced the programme for Every Third Minute: a festival of theatre, dementia and hope.
The first of its kind, the festival has been curated by people living with dementia and their supporters, acknowledging every third minute in the UK someone will begin living with dementia.
An eclectic programme of performances, conversations, installations, training and workshops, the festival opens with the brand new stage adaptation of Lisa Genova’s best-selling novel of Still Alice.
Every day other than Sunday at 7.45pm, tickets start at £13.50. More info can be found on the WYP website here
Tuesday 13th – Saturday 17th February 2018
Birdsong – West Yorkshire Playhouse
Marking the centenary of the end of the First World War, Rachel Wagstaff’s highly acclaimed adaptation of Sebastian Faulk’s best-selling novel Birdsong will play at West Yorkshire Playhouse.
A mesmerising story of love and courage, young Englishman Stephen Wraysford embarks on a passionate and dangerous affair with the beautiful Isabelle Azaire in pre-war France, turning both their worlds upside down. As the war breaks out, Stephen clings to the memory of Isabelle and the idyll of his former life as his world explodes around him, as he leads his men through the Battle of the Somme
Tickets start at £13.50 and are available from West Yorkshire Playhouse
Tuesday 20th February 2018
The Wizard of Oz – Theatre Royal Wakefield
Will the Scarecrow find a brain? Will the Lion find some courage? Will the tin man find a heart?
Oddsocks Productions are bring another classic adventure to life with a hearty dollop of their trademark comedy, with new songs, familiar faces and laughs aplenty!
In a brand new adaptation of L Frank Baum’s The Wizard of Oz, the Oddsocks troupe invite you to meet Dorothy as you’ve never seen her before. Join Scarecrow, Lion and Tin Man as they travel through the weird and wonderful land of Oz, encountering Wet Witches, Flying Monkeys, Poisonous Poppies and a multitude of Munchkins along the way! What could possibly go wrong?
Please note this is a brand new adaptation of L Frank Baum’s novel and not a stage version of the 1939 film!
Tickets start at just £9 and recommended age is above 5