This laughter-filled parody of the classic D.H. Lawrence novel will bring you high drama, high comedy and highly-raised eyebrows.
Anyone. Anywhere. Anyplace. Anytime. Anything. Proforca Theatre Company returns to the Albany Theatre Studio after Lockdown with AAAAA (FiveA), a brand new piece of theatre which will be performed for one night only in Coventry as part of it’s London premiere in 2021.
Immerse yourself in a virtual theatre performance, see everything around you from floor to ceiling. Get the equipment (all you will need to provide is a smartphone) and you’re ready.
Like everything about 2020 – things have changed. But the power of performance rises above the challenges we face.
Since early summer, Coventry Youth Operetta Group (YOG) has been meeting weekly on “Zoom” devising and rehearsing a musical showcase, featuring songs chosen by the company, from the familiar to the not so familiar West End and Broadway Musicals, with the ultimate hope of being able to perform live before the end of the year.
Featuring showstopping solo and company numbers from hit musicals including “Dear Evan Hansen”, “Matilda” and recent YOG productions including “Blitz” and “The Wizard of Oz” there is something for everyone in this showcase performance.
Delivered in a Covid-secure venue with Covid-secure staging we can ensure that these musical theatre performers of tomorrow can continue to do what they love today and entertain families, friends and supporters of Musical Theatre in Coventry.
By buying a ticket you are not only helping to ensure that YOG can survive for years to come but also supporting the future of the Albany Theatre, the home of community performances in Coventry.
Pulp Friction are the world’s best Quentin Tarantino live tribute band.
Experience a unique cocktail of singing, dancing & theatrical performance using the effortless stylised themes from the legendary films of Quentin Tarantino.
A full-cast production set in the murky Dark Ages where love, politics and witchcraft collide.
A war worn Macbeth is told by three sisters that he is fated to become King of Scotland so beginning a series of events that lead to the destruction of Kings, friends and souls as he, and his Lady, try to cling to the tainted crown.
‘The year is 1544 and King Henry, the Eighth of that name, is engaged upon Royal Progress about his Realm; and has halted here to afford his Loyal Subjects the opportunity to have ‘audience’ with their Sovereign Lord and King.
The King, recently married to his new, and sixth, wife, Queen Catherine Parr, is in poor health; his leg continues to cause him considerable pain and he is often in a poor humour!
In the course of the ‘audience’, His Majesty will recount the events of his long reign; telling of his wives and his children, and His Majesty will invite his Loyal Subjects to Petition him or question him on ANY related subject : there may be some surprising answers – a lively Q&A is assured!’
“Just say you’re sorry.”
Phoebe reckons her life is sorted. She pays her own bills, has a variety of pot plants and knows when and when not to use a bay leaf. And now she’s pregnant, yay! Pregnancy is joyous, miraculous, fabulous, tremendous… whatever. Maybe for some. But for Phoebe it’s not just the fags and booze she’s missing. She’s been pregnant before. It was a tragedy, but no one wants to know about that do they?
Pulse Records Limited in association with Bill Elms presents the UK premiere tour of Helen Forrester’s BY THE WATERS OF LIVERPOOL. Adapted by Rob Fennah / Directed by Gareth Tudor Price
The Albany Theatre is delighted to have teamed up with Earlsdon Carnegie Community Library to host an exclusive opportunity to share ‘An Evening with Andrew Davies’.
Multi-award-winning writer Andrew Davies, best known for his work on Bridget Jones’s Diary, Pride and Prejudice and BBC series A Suitable Boy, visits our main stage this autumn for an intimate event for all TV, film, and book lovers.
After the terrific success of The Singular Exploits of Sherlock Holmes, we return with this follow-up stage play. Join the king of the detectives as he brings to life those three startling cases, The Sussex Vampire, The Creeping Man and The Devil’s Foot!
Jonathan Goodwin returns as Sherlock Holmes, in a show scripted by himself and co-directed by Goodwin and Gary Archer.
Another impressive and ambitious production from Coventry’s Youth Operetta Group!
A joyful and moving musical portrait of PT Barnum, the nineteenth century’s greatest show-biz legend.