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There are 12 events at this location
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Aladdin: Polka Dot Pantomines
A traditional pantomime that will take you on a whirlwind of magic, mystery and adventure into a land of lamps, genies and princesses.
Wed 17 Dec
Thu 18 Dec
Fri 19 Dec
Buddy Holly's Winter Dance Party
In the style of Buddy Holly's string of dance parties across the American mid west in 1959, celebrate the music of Ritchie Valens, Big Bopper, Dion & the Belmonts and Buddy Holly.
Dance Performance Day
Warm up that body and throw out some moves with our free IMAGINE dance workshops. Our first class will be an open session on contemporary fusion dance at 1pm. Later in the day, we have a very different flavour with our Sutton Stompers workshop at 3pm
Drama Performance Day
Unleash your creativity with a dramatic day of workshops and free performances. Could you tread the boards? Why not try our 'Play in a Day'? Even if acting isn't for you, there will be free performances to enjoy all day.
Elio Pace: Billy Joel Tribute
Tribute to the Piano Man.
Music Performance Day
Performances by Sutton Brass Ensemble at 11.30am, the British Clarinet Ensemble at 2.30pm and W10 Choir at 5pm, plus many local groups performing throughout the day.
A musical comedy-drama set in London's Camden Town and featuring famous songs by the 1980s ska-pop band, Madness.
There's no need to write down your stories; we encourage you to share them and use your personal experiences and histories to create a new story: to be acted out within the group. This will be led by a professional actress.
Souwest 2014 (Over 5s)
Fun for all the family with sketches, singing and dancing.
Ultimate Elton & The Rocket Band
Paul Bacon plays His Fabulousness in this Elton John tribute.
Vienna Festival Ballet: The Nutcracker
Tchaikovsky's classic, Christmas-time ballet in a production mounted by Vienna Festival Ballet.
Sutton Centre for Equalities will host a live performance by the over 50s from BME communities of Sutton. The group will be using everyday discarded objects as props and performing a work inspired by the impact of these objects on the planet.