An original one-man performance featuring an audience with the infamous Demon Barber of Fleet Street himself, Sweeney Todd! The classic penny dreadful tale is performed with gusto and swagger by Jonathan Goodwin in a show directed by Gary Archer.
Gazebo Theatre present WANTED!
Directed by Tonia Daley-Campbell.
In the midst of a time of uncertainty, division and political unrest, a young woman wrestles with her own isolation and call to respond…
This powerful new play shares the stories of Irena Sendler, who rescued more than 2,500 children from the Warsaw ghetto; Olive Morris, British Black Panther and activist for women and squatters’ rights; Phoolan Devi, the fearsome Bandit Queen, and Dr James Barry, a woman way ahead of her time.
A musical comedy by Mark Carey. Music by Kevin Oliver Jones Performed by Mark Carey & Dani Carbery. From the producers of Old Herbaceous, Three Men in a Boat, Into the Breach and Fagin? comes the new musical comedy What’s Wrong with Benny Hill?. Benny Hill died alone in his spartan flat in 1992, he was 68. His body was undiscovered for several days. Benny was, had been and still is, one of the most successful comedians of all time.
‘The year is 1544 and King Henry, the Eighth of that name, is engaged upon Royal Progress about his
Realm; and has halted to afford his Loyal Subjects the opportunity to have ‘audience’ with their
Sovereign Lord and King.
In the course of the ‘audience’, His Majesty will recount the events of his long reign and will invite
his Loyal Subjects to Petition him or question him on ANY related subject – a lively Q&A is assured!’
England, 1953. Renowned American parapsychologist Doctor Roy Earle, famous for discrediting hauntings and exposing fake mediums, is invited to attend a seance in Blaine Manor, said to be the most haunted building in England.
Shakespeare like you’ve never seen
Four actors. Four Shakespeare shows. Endless possibilities.
You – the audience – decide everything, from the play to the performance style. Even which actor plays which part. This hilarious, unpredictable new show, featuring actors whose past experience includes the RSC, Bristol Old Vic, Cheltenham Everyman, Dubai and the West End promises an unforgettable evening of Shakespeare unlike anything you’ve ever seen before!
“Delightfully Daft” (The Stage)
“A chaotic, ambitious, side-splittingly funny interactive Shakespearience” (Westhoff Reviews)
“Though this be madness, yet there’s method in’t” (William Shakespeare)
Following 2023’s brilliant presentation of “Sing a Song of Murder”, cult hit event Solve-Along-A-Murder-She-Wrote returns to Coventry, with an interactive screening of the classic Murder, She Wrote episode “Broadway Malady”. Jessica Fletcher heads to New York City but soon gets caught up in a murder mystery only she (or you!) can solve!
The John Godber Company presents, the iconic “Bouncers”, returning 2024 after its hit 2023 tour!
Join Les, Ralph, Judd and Lucky Eric as they relive a night in a Yorkshire disco in the 80s. Like a hideously funny Saturday Night Fever, the original Bouncers is back in town. Everyone will be there: the DJ, the girls, boys and the fish and chip van. Originally premiering at the Edinburgh Festival in 1977, Bouncers is still one of the most performed plays in the UK today and is named as one of The National Theatre’s ‘Plays of the Century’. Don’t miss the classic comedy and northern favourite.
From the team that created The Albany’s stunning A Christmas Carol comes a new version of the story of Dickens’ most famous creation – Oliver Twist.
True crime fans, and those with a curious mind, can explore the cases, the circumstances and the detective’s perspective on what really went on, the early warning signs and the clues behind The Makings of a Murderer!
Come on down for a session at Irish Annie’s pub, a brand-new musical play by Asa Murphy celebrating the best of Irish culture.
Something About George – The George Harrison Story is a musical biopic tribute about the so-called “quiet” Beatle is back following it’s hugely successful 2023 tour which celebrated what would have been George’s 80th birthday. “All Things Must Pass”, they say. Well, George Harrison’s name will live on forever. From the creators of Something About Simon […]
Fulfilling a long held desire to pay tribute to his hero Stan Laurel, Jeffrey Holland tells this intriguing, funny and often poignant tale of friendship, love and dedication about one of Hollywood’s great film comedians.