Spring 2020 Season Announced

Posted on: Friday 06 December 2019

Chesterfield Theatres are delighted to announce their Spring 2020 season.

At the Pomegranate Theatre, highlights include the Spring Play Season (Tue 21 Jan – Sat 15 Feb).

Presented by Chesterfield favourites Rumpus Theatre Company and Tabs Productions, the season has four great plays – the classic thriller Wait Until Dark, the hilarious comedy Time and Time Again, the hit comedy thriller The 39 Steps, and the much-loved It’s a Wonderful Life.

Following the play each Thursday evening, there will be the chance to join the cast in the bar for quizzes and games.

Customers who book and pay for all four plays before Mon 20 Jan can save up to 35%!  Full details of this offer at chesterfieldtheatres.co.uk/spring-plays

Other highlights include Alan Ayckbourn’s West End comedy Ten Times Table (Mon 9 – Sat 14 Mar), presented by Bill Kenwright. Television and stage actor Robert Daws (The Royal, Outside Edge, Roger Roger) leads the cast which also includes Deborah Grant (Not Going Out), Gemma Oaten (Emmerdale), Craig Gazey (Coronation Street) and more.

Olivier Award nominated actor and former Blue Peter daredevil Peter Duncan leads the cast in The Dame (Sun 23 Feb) a drama which brings a lost world of seaside entertainment, piers and promenades to life.

★★★★★ "A moving and mesmerising performance by Peter Duncan that demands our attention and deserves to be seen."  Reviews Hub

Russian State Opera present a new production of Aida (Mon 24 Feb) featuring an impressive cast and accompanied by a live orchestra.

Friends! The Musical Parody (Wed 4 Mar) lovingly lampoons one of TV’s all-time greatest shows in a hilarious, fast-paced production.

For the family, we present shows including the stage adaptation of Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s much-loved Zog (Mon 6 – Tue 7 Apr).

★★★★★ ‘Lovingly interpreted with colour, flair and talent, Zog will have thousands of children laughing and falling in love with theatre’ Musical Theatre Review

The adaptation of Judith Kerr’s timeless children’s classic story The Tiger Who Came to Tea (Fri 24 – Sun 26 Apr) returns. The Easter pantomime The Wizard of Oz (Sat 4 Apr) returns with another all-singing, all-dancing rib ticking show starring family favourite Basil Brush!

We are also delighted to announce additional cinema screenings at the Pomegranate Theatre, with newly released films and satellite broadcasts from the Royal Ballet and the Royal Opera, NT Live, and many others.

At the Winding Wheel Theatre, highlights of the programme include the return of Bill Kenwright’s fantastic production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Tue 11 – Sat 15 Feb) starring Britain’s Got Talent finalist Mark McMullan.

Seen by an estimated 26 million people, and counting, Joseph continues to enthral audiences around the world.

“A dream come true. It is utterly irresistible, Go, Go, Go, Jo” – Mail on Sunday

The legendary Status Quo lead singer Francis Rossi shares the extraordinary secrets of his 50-plus year career in an intimate evening of chat and music on Fri 27 Mar. National treasures in their native Sheffield, The Everly Pregnant Brothers perform on Fri 6 Mar. The Brothers’ playful tampering with classic songs has won them an army of friends and fans far and wide.

Comedians include Rich Hall (Fri 6 Mar), Russell Kane (Sat 18 Apr) and Julian Clary (Sat 2 May) and many more.

For dart fans, we have Dart Wars (Fri 24 Apr) which sees two old adversaries - John Lowe MBE and Bobby George - toeing the oche once again, to take on members of the audience.

 

 

 

 

 

Spring 2020 Season Announced

Chesterfield Theatres are delighted to announce their Spring 2020 season.

At the Pomegranate Theatre, highlights include the Spring Play Season (Tue 21 Jan – Sat 15 Feb).

Presented by Chesterfield favourites Rumpus Theatre Company and Tabs Productions, the season has four great plays – the classic thriller Wait Until Dark, the hilarious comedy Time and Time Again, the hit comedy thriller The 39 Steps, and the much-loved It’s a Wonderful Life.

Following the play each Thursday evening, there will be the chance to join the cast in the bar for quizzes and games.

Customers who book and pay for all four plays before Mon 20 Jan can save up to 35%!  Full details of this offer at chesterfieldtheatres.co.uk/spring-plays

Other highlights include Alan Ayckbourn’s West End comedy Ten Times Table (Mon 9 – Sat 14 Mar), presented by Bill Kenwright. Television and stage actor Robert Daws (The Royal, Outside Edge, Roger Roger) leads the cast which also includes Deborah Grant (Not Going Out), Gemma Oaten (Emmerdale), Craig Gazey (Coronation Street) and more.

Olivier Award nominated actor and former Blue Peter daredevil Peter Duncan leads the cast in The Dame (Sun 23 Feb) a drama which brings a lost world of seaside entertainment, piers and promenades to life.

★★★★★ "A moving and mesmerising performance by Peter Duncan that demands our attention and deserves to be seen."  Reviews Hub

Russian State Opera present a new production of Aida (Mon 24 Feb) featuring an impressive cast and accompanied by a live orchestra.

Friends! The Musical Parody (Wed 4 Mar) lovingly lampoons one of TV’s all-time greatest shows in a hilarious, fast-paced production.

For the family, we present shows including the stage adaptation of Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s much-loved Zog (Mon 6 – Tue 7 Apr).

★★★★★ ‘Lovingly interpreted with colour, flair and talent, Zog will have thousands of children laughing and falling in love with theatre’ Musical Theatre Review

The adaptation of Judith Kerr’s timeless children’s classic story The Tiger Who Came to Tea (Fri 24 – Sun 26 Apr) returns. The Easter pantomime The Wizard of Oz (Sat 4 Apr) returns with another all-singing, all-dancing rib ticking show starring family favourite Basil Brush!

We are also delighted to announce additional cinema screenings at the Pomegranate Theatre, with newly released films and satellite broadcasts from the Royal Ballet and the Royal Opera, NT Live, and many others.

At the Winding Wheel Theatre, highlights of the programme include the return of Bill Kenwright’s fantastic production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Tue 11 – Sat 15 Feb) starring Britain’s Got Talent finalist Mark McMullan.

Seen by an estimated 26 million people, and counting, Joseph continues to enthral audiences around the world.

“A dream come true. It is utterly irresistible, Go, Go, Go, Jo” – Mail on Sunday

The legendary Status Quo lead singer Francis Rossi shares the extraordinary secrets of his 50-plus year career in an intimate evening of chat and music on Fri 27 Mar. National treasures in their native Sheffield, The Everly Pregnant Brothers perform on Fri 6 Mar. The Brothers’ playful tampering with classic songs has won them an army of friends and fans far and wide.

Comedians include Rich Hall (Fri 6 Mar), Russell Kane (Sat 18 Apr) and Julian Clary (Sat 2 May) and many more.

For dart fans, we have Dart Wars (Fri 24 Apr) which sees two old adversaries - John Lowe MBE and Bobby George - toeing the oche once again, to take on members of the audience.