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- Website www.theambassadors.com/regent
The Regent Theatre, a handsome example of 1929 Art Deco, was originally a cinema but after a long career serving Stoke-on-Trent's cinema and music lovers, it went dark in the late 1980s. It was reopened in 1999 after extensive restoration, and now hosts major touring plays, musicals, ballets, operas and stand-up comedy, as well as serving as the Northern base for Glyndebourne Touring Opera.
Part of Ambassadors Theatre Group, the Regent offers workshops and summer schools to the local community.
- Provides: Wheelchair access
- Open since: 1999
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Ellen Kent's large scale production of Verdi's opera featuring temple dancers, cages of exotic birds, 40 local dancers, children and adults, and a pyrotechnic display consisting of a wall of fire bursting across the stage.
Angela Beardmore School Of Dance/Studio 1: Bring The Action
Bring The Action will be a week of shows that fuses together two of Stoke-on-Trent's best known dance schools - Angela Beardmore School of Dance and Studio 1, giving performances of Ballet, Tap, Contemporary, Modern Jazz, Musical Theatre, Hip Hop, Strictly Dancing and Street Dance. Whatever your preference, this show will…
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Chisinau National Opera: Aida
- Written by: Verdi
Verdi's passionate opera about doomed love.
Chuckle Brothers in a 2014 Space Oddity
Space-based chucklesome adventures from Barry and Paul.
The ultimate ladies night. This show is 90 minutes of highly original acts featuring some of the best looking boys in an all male glamour extravaganza.
Ellen Kent's La Bohème
The romantic opera is staged traditionally, directed by Ellen Kent and starring international soloists with the full Moldovan National Opera and Moldovan National Philharmonic.
Fame: The Musical
A hi-octane roller coaster ride through dizzy heights and crashing lows as a group of star-struck wannabes embark on their quest for the ultimate accolade: fame.
Wed 30 Apr
Fame – The Musical
The global smash-hit dance explosion based on the 1980s film of the same name about a bunch of New York students trying to break into the arts, returns with more high-kicking action. Produced by Bill Kenwright and directed by Gary Lloyd.
Wed 30 Apr
Physical theatre with dance performances from Strictly Come Dancing 's Kevin Clifton, Britain's Got Talent 's Flawless and Olivier Award nominee Tommy Franzen.
Ha Ha Hood
The tale of Robin Hood with a comedy twist from writer Ben Langley
Treat yourself to a fancy, fancy cuppa.
'Birds of a Feather', um, saucepot, and occasional panto villainess Lesley Joseph stars in the one and only menopause musical. Yup, we've reached that point.
The electrifying true life story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons.
Thu 30 Oct
Jon Richardson: Nidiot
Wry observations and pessimistic humour from the 8 out of 10 Cats star.
Jools Holland and His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra
Jools and his band play classic boogie woogie and rock'n'roll tunes for your merriment.
Last of the Duty Free
Keith Barron, Gwen Taylor and Neil Stacy are reunited to play out another installment in the TV series.
Wed 21 May
Lee Mack: Hit the Road Mack
Sharp one-liners and high energy banter from the BAFTA award-winning comic and star of Not Going Out and Would I Lie to You.
Let It Be
A new musical celebrating 50 years since the first Fab Four single.
LOL Comedy Club
The Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club bring their funniest to the stage. Each show offers three comedians hosted by MC Damion Larkin.
One Man, Two Guvnors
National Theatre's satirical, slapstick production based on The Servant of Two Masters by Carlo Goldoni.
Wed 27 Aug
Richard Alston Dance Company: Shimmer, The Devil in the Detail and Madcap
The company performs a mixed repertoire featuring music by Ravel, Scott Joplin and Bang on a Can All-Stars.
Tue 8 Apr
£13.50–£23.50 / 0844 871 7649
Rock Of Ages
- Directed by: Kristin Hanggi
- Written by: Chris D'Arienzo
A country girl meets a hard-strumming city rocker in a famous Los Angeles nightclub and they fall deliriously in love to a familiar soundtrack including Don't Stop Believin' and We Built This City in this 1980s-set musical by Chris D'Arienzo.
Wed 16 Jul
Scooby-Doo and the Mystery of the Pyramid
Live stage show featuring the classic duo. Ages 2+.
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
Musical based on the 1954 film.
Wed 7 May
Sixties Gold: 50th Anniversary Show
Stars of the most swingin' decade of them all perform their golden hits. Featuring Gerry & the Pacemakers, The Searchers, PJ Proby, The Fortunes and Brian Poole & Chip Hawkes.
The Sooty Show
Sweep, Soo and Richard join the loveable bear to celebrate his birthday party – where things don't seem to be going to plan.
The Britain's Got Talent surprise hit is out promoting her fourth album Standing Ovation: The Greatest Songs from the Stage.
Tonight's the Night
Singing, dancing and all the Rod Stewart tunes you can shake a stick at! Set in Detroit and LA, the play follows a young man who strikes a deal with the devil to trade his soul for Rod's.
Wed 26 Mar
- Directed by: Marianne Elliott
The National Theatre's staging of Michael Morpurgo's novel about a farm horse called Joey caught up in the horrors of WWI.
What The Ladybird Heard
- Written by: Julia Donaldson
The Ladybird has a plan to prevent a prize cow from being stolen. Based on Julia Donaldson's popular children's book.