The King’s Theatre

Save The Last Dance For Me

Tue 3 – Sat 7 May 2016 | 2.30/7.30pm | £18-40

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“An Officer And A Gentleman”, with a better soundtrack. The golden era of music is brought to life with the works of Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman and a “when the cat’s away” spirited romance with an air force soldier.

Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Tue 10 – Sat 14 May 2016 | Various times | £18-44


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The gospel, according to Andrew Lloyd Webber that doesn’t send you to sleep, features X Factor winner, Joe McElderry in the lead role and with all the songs that you didn’t realise you knew so well.

Theatre Royal

The 39 Steps

Mon 16 – Sat 21 May 2016 | 2.30/7.30pm | £16-39

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39 steps

If Uncle Bryn had starred in a Hitchcock movie. The spy thriller of the old age is given a comic twist for the stage, which makes the dead bodies a little awkward . . .

Breakfast At Tiffany’s

Mon 23 – Sat 28 2016 | 2.30pm/7.30pm | £16-45

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The Audrey Hepburn classic comes to the theatre, but portrayed by an Inbetweener?! A writer watches the dazzling but ultimately broke pearl-endowed girl live out a few fantasies and live each day to the fullest.

Tron Theatre


Fri 6 – Sat 7 May 2016 | 2.30/7.45pm | £16

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Poet, author, labourer and revolutionist, James Connolly is trapped under Liberty Hall with his fellow Irish freedom fighters, with enough time to analyse his life and how he got there.

Citizens Theatre

Dance Of Death

Fri 22 Apr – Sat 7 May 2016 | 2.30/7.30pm | £14

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In this black comedy look at marriage, couple of 25 years, Alice and The Captain are stranded on a raft and exchange odd anniversary presents: cruel mind games.

This Restless House 

Fri 22 Apr – Sun 15 May 2016 | 2/7pm | £23 or £30 for all 3 parts

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restless house

This Restless House, based on the epic Greek trilogy The Oresteia, is an exhilarating theatrical event and accessible new way to delve into an ancient drama that has survived two and a half thousand years.