Theatre and Comedy

Theatre & Comedy

From boxing to ballet in Milton Keynes

Acclaimed by audiences and critics alike, Billy Elliot The Musical, with a score by Elton John, has now been seen by over 11 million people across five continents and is the recipient of over 80 awards internationally.

Theatre and Comedy
Birmingham Stage Company presents David Walliams' Gangsta Granny

WARNING: Notorious Gangsta (Granny) is coming to Aylesbury next week

People of Aylesbury be warned, the cabbage-crunching, criminal mastermind Gangsta Granny is coming to town next week.

Whats on
Mister Maker at The Grove

Mister Maker returns to Dunstable

CBeebies’ arts and crafts hero Mister Maker is on his way to the Grove Theatre in Dunstable for a show at the beginning of next month.

Theatre and Comedy
Evita

No need to cry as popular musical visits Milton Keynes

A story which starts with humble beginnings but ends with her being adored by a cheering nation can be seen at Milton Keynes Theatre next week.

Theatre and Comedy 2
Joss Merlyn and his men, with Mike Niles at the front

Popular thriller goes musical in Luton

A Daphne du Maurier thriller will be performed in the atmospheric setting of St Andrew’s church in Luton this month.

Whats on
The show tells the story of disco diva Deloris Van Cartier, who hides out in a convent

Sisters doing it for themselves in hit musical in Dunstable

The smash-hit musical Sister Act promises to bring feel-good fun when it is staged in Dunstable this month.

Whats on
Mamma Mia

Review - Mamma Mia at Milton Keynes Theatre

Surely there can't be many theatre or filmgoers who haven't already seen Mamma Mia! in one form or another, for having made its successful stage debut at London's Prince Edward Theatre back in April 1999, it has gone on to become a worldwide phenomenon.
Theatre and Comedy
John Dorney as Dal� and Summer Strallen as Jessica. Picture: Sheila Burnett

Light and dark blend on stage in top comedy coming to Dunstable

Olivier award-winning comedy Hysteria comes to the Grove Theatre in Dunstable this month.

Whats on
Men who tell sexist or homophobic jokes suffer from low self esteem

Men who tell sexist or homophobic jokes suffer from low self esteem

Men who make sexist and homophobic jokes suffer low self-esteem and are trying to boost their manliness, a study has found.

News 18
Iain Wood, Leanne Lyndsey White and Alistair Brown in The Business of Murder

Relationships fuel thriller on Dunstable stage

A psychological thriller with twists and turns aplenty comes to Dunstable next month.

Whats on
Casanova

CREAGH/CARR REVIEW: Casanova, MK Theatre

An absolutely dazzling kaleidoscope of sensual dance and drama, Northern Ballet’s Casanova is proof that great art can transport you on to a higher plain.

Theatre and Comedy
Mamma Mia

Take a chance on ABBA musical

The much loved musical Mamma Mia comes to Milton Keynes Theatre next week.

Theatre and Comedy 1
Mojo is set in the club scene of 1950s London

Black comedy for adults only in Toddington

Jez Butterworth’s gritty gangster black comedy Mojo takes to the stage in Toddington next month.

Whats on
Stephen Bailey is among the acts performing at the comedy night

A magical and musical night of laughter in Dunstable

Magic, music and mirth combine at the next Barnstormers Comedy night in Dunstable this week.

Whats on
Kenneth Tindall

Interview: Casanova choreographer talks about ballet ahead of Milton Keynes date

We chat to Kenneth Tindall who has put together the Northern Ballet's production of Casanova coming to Milton Keynes Theatre next week

Theatre and Comedy
Dirty Dancing coming to Milton Keynes

Have the time of your life in Milton Keynes

It features some of the best known songs in musical history and Dirty Dancing is returning to Milton Keynes Theatre later this month.

Theatre and Comedy
Matilda the Musical coming to Milton Keynes

Matilda musical tour comes to Milton Keynes

The Royal Shakespeare Company has announced the multi award winning musical of Matilda is coming to Milton Keynes Theatre as part of a UK tour.
Theatre and Comedy
Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games

Review: Lord of the Dance at Milton Keynes Theatre

It's 23 years this month since Michael Flatley, Jean Butler and a huge ensemble of Irish dancers, singers and musicians wowed an estimated 300 million-strong Eurovision Song Contest television audience with the Riverdance routine which is still remembered today as it heralded in a whole new style of dancing.

Theatre and Comedy
Louis Pearl with his rainbow bubble

Enter a world of dreams with bubble magic in Dunstable

There’s a chance to experience the magic of bubbles like never before when Louis Pearl comes to the Grove Theatre in Dunstable this month.

Whats on
Ben Portsmouth as Elvis SUS-170329-115349001

Owning the crown as top Elvis tribute

Fans of Elvis will not want to miss a performance this summer in Eastbourne from a man who has mastered in tributes to the King.

Music
Load more