What's on at Playhouse 2 this Autumn

Thursday 8th November at 8.00pm

 

FOOL'S GOLD present BEAT THE DRUM

 

Beat The Drum is a commemoration of the First World War in songs, stories and images.

 

The show is a musical treat, backed and enlivened with stories and tales and supported by projected images and video.

 

The show has lots of songs and music (all performed completely live) and also uses a large screen to project images.

 

We tell stories of the Great War, using Pvt. Michael Heaviside VC as a reference point and ‘guide’. The show treats the subject with great respect, but certainly is not a sombre occasion - it contains plenty of audience involvement and a good few smiles along the way.

 

Tickets £3.00

Friday 9th November at 8.00pm

 

An evening with International Medium

PAULINE MONTGOMERY

 

Tickets £10.00 adv

On sale 3rd September

Saturday 10th November at 8.00pm

 

MID LIFE CRISIS

 

MLC are back at Playhouse 2 playing well known Rock and Pop songs.

This visit, all the profits are for Victoria Breast Care Unit at Royal Oldham Hospital and for Chadderton and Oldham Cancer research.

 

Tickets £10.00 adv

On sale 3rd September

Friday 16th November at 8.00pm

 

WESTERN VALLEY HOTCLUB

 

Western Swing, Gypsy Jazz and Rock and Roll.

Fronted by dazzling violinist Gaynor Sutcliffe, who played a key role in the Swing Commanders’ story for so long before going her own way, the talented Clitheroe trio make a welcome return to Playhouse 2. 

 

Tickets £12.50 adv

On sale 10th September

Saturday 17th November at 8.00pm

 

ROXY MAGIC

 

Roxy Magic are the UK's Definitive and longest-running tribute to Roxy Music and Bryan Ferry. 

They recreate entirely live material which spans four decades, from futurist/nostalgic art rock, through classic standards to sophisticated adult-oriented rock. Their aim is to give the audience a fabulously entertaining evening.

Very high quality musicianship and a wonderful Bryan Ferry look and sound-alike in the person of singer Kevin Hackett, combine to do just that. 

 

Tickets £15.00 adv

On sale 10th September

Friday 23rd November at 8.00pm

 

A TRIBUTE TO CILLA BLACK and songs from the musicals with Julie A Scott

 

Julie A Scott from Liverpool, was made famous when she appeared on ITV’s talent show New Faces in the early eighties. 

More than 30 years on, the talented singer was named as the top Cilla Black tribute act at the National Tribute Awards 2017.

 

The first half of the show will feature the Cilla tribute followed by songs from the musicals in the second set. Expect Les Mis, Phantom, Miss Saigon, Cabaret, etc. 

 

Tickets £15.00 adv

On sale 17th September

 

Tickets £15.00 adv

On sale 17th September

Saturday 8th to Saturday 15th December at 7.30pm

Crompton Stage Society present

 

CYRANO DE BERGERAC

by Edmond Rostand

 

Swordsman, Philosopher, Poet, Raconteur- Cyrano de Bergerac is all these things, but none of them makes him happy. What he desires above all is love of the beautiful Roxane. But his problem is a plain as the nose on his face. And that is the nose on his face. But with Cyrano’s poetry and Christians beauty he the wins Roxanne’s heart… Kind of.

Big cast, Big romance, Big Battle, big nose!

 

Tickets £9.00

On sale 12th November

Thursday 20th and Friday 21st December at 8.00pm

 

STAX OF SOUL XMAS PARTY

 

Tickets £15.00

On sale 22nd October

Saturday 22nd December at 8.00pm

 

CHRISTMAS SWING with the

SUBURBAN SWING ORCHESTRA

 

All the Christmas favourites performed by great vocalists.

Tickets £12.50

On sale 22nd October

Next play...

Saturday 8 – Saturday 15 December 2018

Cyrano de Bergerac

by Edmond Rostand

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