Uppingham Theatre

Uppingham Theatre
32 Stockerston Road, Uppingham, Rutland, LE15 9UD

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Alice In Wonderland

Imagination runs wild and logic is abandoned in this fantastical, larger-than-life musical brimming with nonsensical fun and excitement for the entire family. Follow Alice and the White Rabbit as they set off on a colourful, topsy-turvy adventure like no other and meet a host of outlandish characters.

Tue 28 Mar

Aly Bain & Phil Cunningham

Musical double act Phil and Aly bring together a plethora of musical talent and witty banter.

Fri 31 Mar

£16.80 some concessions / 01572 820820

Chopping Chillies

From Kerala to Camden, an epic, mystical tale of love, loss and soul-food. A cobbler and a cook concoct a delicious transcontinental enchantment as tragedy and chance entwine. Katie dreams of curries and chapattis; Ajna, of hold souls and reincarnation.

Fri 10 Mar

£12.60 some concessions / 01572 820820


An Uppingham School Lower Production. Childlike in his innocence but grotesque in form, Frankenstein's bewildered creature is cast out into a hostile universe by his horror-struck maker. Meeting with cruelty wherever he goes, the friendless creature, increasingly desperate and vengeful, determines to track down his…

Wed 1 Mar

£7.88 / 01572 820820

Thu 2 Mar

£7.88 / 01572 820820

Fri 3 Mar

£7.88 / 01572 820820

Sat 4 Mar

£7.88 / 01572 820820

Graeme Of Thrones

Avid 'Thrones' fan Graeme just wants to recreate his favourite fantasy saga on stage. He doesn't quite have the budget, or as many cast members, or the performance skill required, but he's sure George RR Martin would approve/ But when news reaches him that an influential theatrical producer is in the building, Graeme…

Fri 16 Jun

£16.80 some concessions / 01572 820820


Grease is one of the coolest musicals to ever grace the West End and Broadway stage. Set in a fictional High School, the show follows a group of boys and girls in their senior year as they deal with all sorts of teenage angst, from drive-ins to burger bars and teenage pregnancy. the show is one of the most performed…

Wed 24 May

£10.50 / 01572 820820

Thu 25 May

£10.50 / 01572 820820

Fri 26 May

£10.50 / 01572 820820

Habeas Corpus

Performed by Uppingham School Pupils. In Habeas Corpus, Alan Bennett gives us, with characteristic sharpness and warmth, a glorious cast of comic misfits.

Fri 24 Mar

£6.83 / 01572 820820

Sat 25 Mar

£6.83 / 01572 820820

Jazz With Annette Gregory

Jazz vocalist Annette Gregory is touring with her show that celebrates the wonderful music of Ella Fitzgerald. Annette will be reflecting on Ella's early career and also the rags to riches story that earned Ella the right to be called 'The First Lady of Song.'

Fri 9 Jun

£10.50 some concessions / 01572 820820

Romeo & Juliet

Stripped-back Shakespeare. The genderblind repertory company bring their absolute clarity at the heart of their approach. Minimalist, inventive production design frames productions dripping with energy, packed with ingenuity, delivered for (and with) the audience. Exhilarating, sharp and hilarious, the shows are loved…

Fri 5 May

£12.60 some concessions / 01572 820820

Sweeney Todd

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street is 1979 Musical thriller with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and book by Hugh Wheeler.

Wed 5 Apr

£15.40 some concessions / 01572 820820

Thu 6 Apr

£15.40 some concessions / 01572 820820

Fri 7 Apr

£15.40 some concessions / 01572 820820

Sat 8 Apr

£15.40 some concessions / 01572 820820

The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show

  • Written by: Jonathan Rockefeller (adapt)

Based on Eric Carle's hand-painted books, Jonathan Rockefeller's family-friendly stage production uses a menagerie of 75 lovable puppets to faithfully bring to life the four stories: The Artist Who Painted A Blue Horse, Mister Seahorse, The Very Lonely Firefly and The Very Hungry Caterpillar.

Wilde Without The Boy

"Wilde Without the Boy" is a dramitisation of "De Profundis" the letter Oscar Wilde wrote in 1897 to his lover, Lord Alfred Douglas, from his cell in Reading gaol. Two years previously, Wilde had been imprisoned for acts of gross indecency with other males. Painfully brilliant and passionate, "Wilde the Boy" is a…

Fri 17 Mar

£12.60 some concessions / 01572 820820

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