Thursday 28 July – Sunday 31 July | 1.30pm & 7pm | Theatre | £16, £12, £50 Family Ticket, £12 Groups 20 plus
From the writer of Her Benny and Peter Pan, the award-winning Anne Dalton’s new musical. Hamelin, a rich town is suddenly overrun with rats. All seems lost but Peter, the Pied Piper, arrives to rid the town of its rats. This thrilling adventure is enhanced by a truly magical musical score. A Timeless Classic Appealing To All Ages
Saturday 3 September | 7pm | Theatre | £7.50
Halton’s Got Talent 2016 Final
Halton’s Got Talent presents an opportunity for local people to showcase their talents in a final following their success at impressing judges at auditions. A variety of talents has emerged over the years including bands, opera, comedy and dance. This year’s competition will see the winner receive £1,000. Halton’s Got Talent brings together families and the community of Halton to support and celebrate the success and talent in Halton.
SPONSORED BY RUNCORN SHOPPING CENTRE
Tuesday 13 – Saturday 17 September | 7.30pm | Theatre | £13, £12
Centenary present Once A Catholic
“Once a Catholic always a Catholic”, so the saying goes. This comedy was first performed at The Royal Court Theatre in 1977. It concerns a retrospective view of the values of 1950s Catholic Convent Schools and the female adolescent response to those values.
Thursday 15th September | 7pm | Studio | £13, £11
Turandot on Sydney Harbour – One Night Only
Turandot; The Puccini classic, created especially for the acclaimed Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour’s jaw-dropping outdoor water-stage performance. Director Chen Shi-Zheng brings a unique perspective to this classic story. Performed in Italian with English subtitles.
Friday 16 September | 7.30pm | Studio | £12, £10
Jack the Ripper – The Real Truth
Trevor Marriott is a retired British Police murder squad detective, and leading Ripper expert. His two hour one man show is packed with original photographs from 1888 relative to the murders. This show contains some images of a graphic and disturbing nature. No one under 16 will be admitted without a parent or appropriate adult.
Wednesday 21 September | 7.30pm | Theatre | £20
The Rubettes Hit’s include Sugar Baby Love, Tonight, Juke Box Jive, I Can Do It, Foe Dee O Dee, Little Darling, Baby I Know and many more. Formed in 1974 they remained at the top throughout the 70’s with 15 international hit singles and 8 albums selling over thirty million records worldwide.
Friday 23 September | 7.30pm | Theatre | £20
A Vision of Elvis
A full evening, featuring all the classic hits, from the hip swivelling 50’s Sun Studios to the Movie Years and the 1968 Comeback Special with a finale being the electrifying Jumpsuit Concert Years. Starring Rob Kingsley and his sensational band. Recognised as Europe’s most authentic tribute to Elvis.
Friday 23 September |8pm | Studio | £10
An Audience with Greg Oldfield
The popular Widnes born singer-songwriter was previously in Great and Lady Soul, releasing several singles on Virgin Records. He is known for lyrics that often refer to his home town, and was a member of the Smoking Dragons project, writing much of the music.
Tuesday 27 September | 7.30pm | Theatre | £20
For those with an interest in Mediumship, the name of Tony Stockwell will need no introduction. Tony’s insight into the lives of total strangers is inexplicable and remarkable as he attempts to offer fascinating revelations from the other side. Any demonstration of mediumship is an experiment and results are not guaranteed.
Tuesday 27 September | 10.30am & 1.30pm | Studio | £7 schools – includes performance, workshop and extensive school education package
Contender Charlie, Warwick Arts Centre and China Plate present
Re-invented for 9-13 years-olds, this new production of Shakespeare’s shocking story of ambition, greed and the abuse of power, uses razor sharp storytelling, a dramatic on-screen world and a heart-stopping soundtrack. This one-man adaptation takes us on a break-neck journey through the blood-soaked world of Macbeth, Supported by Arena Theatre, Wolverhampton and funded by Arts Council England.
Wednesday 28 September | 7.30pm | Theatre | £21, £19, £18 Groups 10 plus
An Evening of Dirty Dancing
A five star homage to the greatest movie soundtrack of all time. This is the original concert celebration of the iconic music from the multi-award winning soundtrack to Dirty Dancing, with breathtaking choreography and buckets of nostalgia. Put your dancing shoes on and get ready to have the time of your life!
Wednesday 28 September | 7pm | Studio | £13
Cymbeline – Live Screening from the Royal Shakespeare Company
Cymbeline is a ruler of a divided Britain. When Innogen, the only living heir, marries her sweetheart in secret, an enraged Cymbeline banishes him. But a powerful figure behind the throne is plotting to seize power and murder them both. Melly Still directs Shakespeare’s rarely performed romance.
Part of a season of RSC screenings – Hamlet/Cymbeline/King Lear One screening is £13 per ticket, two Screenings is £25, three screenings is £30.
Thursday 29 September | 7.30pm | Theatre | £19, £18
The Johnny Cash Roadshow
The only show to be endorsed by the Cash family! A new show for 2016, featuring respected singer/songwriter Clive John. Now an even bigger show, introducing the ‘Carter Sisters’ and brass section the ‘JC Horns’ accompanied by emotive screen visuals. This is simply the best Johnny Cash tribute show in the world0.