Goldilocks and The Three Bears Adult Performance

Join Goldilocks as she discovers the cottage of the famous Three Bears in the heart of the enchanted forest. However, this tale takes an unexpected twist as the bears and their new friend venture into the dazzling world of the circus. Their joy is short-lived when they encounter the evil rival circus owner, threatening to destroy their beloved Big Top. Will Goldilocks and the Three Bears work together to overcome challenges and triumph against all odds? There’s only one way to find out…

This magical pantomime features Amazing Circus Acts, Great Songs, Dazzling Dance Routines, Stunning Scenery, Beautiful Costumes and Lots Of Laughs – It will be an unforgettable experience for children and adults alike.

Don’t miss your chance to experience the magic of “Goldilocks and the Three Bears”! It’s a pantomime you won’t want to miss!

 

The Comedy Of Errors

Pedalling from venue to venue with all of their set, props and costumes on the back of their bikes, the HandleBards are a four-strong troupe of actors who are spending the summer bringing environmentally sustainable Shakespeare to venues across the UK.

Join the troupe in Bowring Park for a bicycle-powered production of Shakespeare’s ‘The Comedy of Errors’ like you’ve never seen before. When two sets of estranged twins are brought together on the same island, this classic comedy takes hold, with mistaken identity, music and manic costume changes a plenty.

This is an outdoor production, so please bring a chair or blanket to sit on, a picnic to dig into, and dress for the weather!

Sarah Millican: Late Bloomer

When Sarah Millican was a bairn, she wouldn’t say boo to a goose. Quiet at school, not many friends, no boobs til she was 16.

Now? NOW she is loud, with good friends, a cracking rack and goose booing all over the shop.

In Late Bloomer, Sarah’s brand-new stand-up show, she explores how one became the other.

Plus, lots of stuff about dinners and lady gardens. Come along, laugh at her, with her, beside her.

John Robins – Howl

Edinburgh Comedy Award winning comedian and ARIA award-winning broadcaster John Robins embarks on his first stand-up tour since 2019. If you’ve seen him before you know what to expect; rage, anxiety and a lot of laughs. If you haven’t seen him before, strap the f**k in.

Ross Noble: Jibber Jabber Jamboree

Jibber Jabber Jamboree marks Ross Noble’s 21st solo stand-up tour.

To celebrate this milestone, he invites you to join him for an evening of the sort of inspired nonsense that has cemented his place as the supreme master of stream of conscious freewheeling stand up.

This is a chance to see Noble live on stage in his natural habitat.

What’s it about? What will we learn? How will it change the world? Are all pointless questions to ask when Noble is off on one of his tangents. Grab a ticket and come and enjoy the ride.

An Evening and A Little Bit of a Morning With Mark Steel

There is so much to yell about. There’s the modern world in which you spend so long trying to work out iTunes, that it’s easier to form a band and learn the songs. 

But there’s also so much to be delighted with. Like the fact that everyone in Northampton knows the sign that says ‘Family Planning Advice – Use Rear Entrance’.

Then there’s the crazy story of being brought up in a working-class street in Kent, to discover my natural father was a millionaire backgammon player who was best mates with Lord Lucan.

I’ve come to terms with the fact I’m a heap of contradictions, trying to stay young while being unable to log into any website. Trying to be respectable and mainstream (in this show there will even be a piano and a bit of singing), until I can’t help breaking into a steaming rant that would get me locked away somewhere secure if it wasn’t on a stage.

And this is stand-up, so whatever has happened in the room, in the town or in the world that day will almost certainly be in the show.

So, I’ll try to keep it to a decent length, but it could so easily end up as an evening and part of the next day.  

The critically acclaimed Mark Steel’s in Town was voted the 6th best radio comedy ever and Mark is a regular on the BBC’s Have I Got News For You, QI and BBCR4’s News Quiz. He has been named newspaper columnist of the year and is author of the award-winning audiobook Who Do I Think I Am

Tim Vine – Breeeep!

It’s Tim Vine and he’s back with a brand new stand-up show! Come and enjoy a mountain of nonsense, daft one-liners, joyful songs, wobbly props and ridiculous humour. (Plus utter drivel.) Witness the stupidity. Then leave. Switched on the Christmas lights in Cheam two years on the run. All tickets non-repundable.

Tom Allen: Completely

Tom Allen has finally moved out of his parents’ house, which has been great news for him, better news for department stores and even better news for his latest stand-up tour as he’s eager to share his life updates, get your opinions on his vegetable patch and delve into the protocol of inviting friends with children for dinner.

The household name with his signature acerbic wit and riotous storytelling, Tom is the host of The Apprentice: You’re Fired and co-hosts Cooking With The Stars, Like Minded Friends and he is also a regular on Bake Off: An Extra Slice and There’s Something About Movies.

Tom’s last tour sold over fifty-thousand tickets including his sell out show at The London Palladium where he recorded his special. 

Pottervision

Four performers are all set to recreate Harry Potter and The Philosopher’s Stone but, when two of them drop out on the day (and take all the props and costumes with them), Tom and Lukas must go it alone and make do with the limited resources they have.

With DIY props, charity shop costumes and both performers having to play multiple characters, Pottervision is a wig-changing, wizard-impersonating, audience-immersing Ford Anglia ride through all the ridiculousness of that first magical movie.

What could possibly go wrong? There’s only one way to find out! Come and see us at one of our upcoming shows. Appropriate for ages 14+, Pottervision is a fantastical spectacular for everyone from the most casual fan to the most avid squib.

Pottervision

Four performers are all set to recreate Harry Potter and The Philosopher's Stone but, when two of them drop out on the day (and take all the props and costumes with them), Tom and Lukas must go it alone and make do with the limited resources they have. 

With DIY props, charity shop costumes and both performers having to play multiple characters, Pottervision is a wig-changing, wizard-impersonating, audience-immersing Ford Anglia ride through all the ridiculousness of that first magical movie.

What could possibly go wrong? There's only one way to find out! Come and see us at one of our upcoming shows. Appropriate for ages 14+, Pottervision is a fantastical spectacular for everyone from the most casual fan to the most avid squib.

With support act Lovdev Barpaga… He has the kind of effortless and gentle likeability that is completely unique in the comedy world. Entire crowds seem to fall in love with him from the start and as much for his incredible humour as for his undeniable charm. Often laughing as much as his audience here’s a man in love with his job and it shows. You can't help but laugh along with him: The ultimate feel good comic.