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The Addams Family: Peterborough Operatic & Dramatic Society
A Broadway musical comedy based on Charles Addams's cartoon strip about an extended family of macabre Gothic characters in their rundown home.
Tue 24 Mar
Wed 25 Mar
Thu 26 Mar
Andrew Lawrence: Reasons to Kill Yourself
Vitriolic humour from the former double Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee.
Three interwoven stories about social security benefit claimants and their existences, staged by Cardboard Citizens. The production uses forum theatre, a type of interactive theatre which allows the audience to change the action of the play. Ages 14+.
Big Girls Don't Cry: A Tribute To Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons
Oh what a night you'll have at this tribute to Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, with all the hits from 'Sherry' to 'Grease is the Word'.
Sat 25 Apr
£18.50 / 01733 207239
The Burlesque Show
Top UK artistes present burlesque routines, magic and comedy.
Bushfield's Roller Family
A fun family roller skating session.
Chris Dean's Syd Lawrence Orchestra
A night of swing, dance, and jazz from the ever popular Syd Lawrence Orchestra.
Count Arthur Strong
Steve Delaney's deluded thespian creation returns with a new show.
Doc Brown: Of Mic & Men
Rap-infused stand-up from the former script consultant on Danny Robins's Radio 4 sitcom Rudy's Rare Records.
Doc Brown: The Weird Way Round
People may be more familiar with Doc Brown's career as a rapper and member of the London rap group Poisonous Poets. His name is a reference to the character in the Back To The Future films known as Emmett or Doc Brown. He became interested in comedy in 2006 when he featured in a BBC Radio 4 show about the origins of the…
An Evening with Julian Lloyd Webber
Julian Lloyd Webber talks about his distinguished musical career, with musical support from Jiaxin Lloyd Webber (cello) and Pam Chowhan (piano).
Sun 3 May
Times & prices to be confirmed / 01733 207239
Mr Hardy is a stalwart of BBC Radio 4 comedy including The News Quiz and I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue. Now's your chance to see Jeremy out on his own, peddling his intelligent satire and gentle musings across the country.
Fri 8 May
Times & prices to be confirmed / 01733 207239
John Shuttleworth: A Wee Ken To Remember
Versatile singer/organist, John Shuttleworth, wants to share fond memories of his favourite past weekends. However, a typo on the poster means John is obliged to spend the evening paying homage to his next-door neighbour and sole agent, the diminutive Ken Worthington.
Julian Lloyd Webber
- Directed by: David Curtis (cond)
- Written by: Mozart
The distinguished cellist gives a recital.
Katharine Of Aragon Festival 2015
Local school children dressed in Tudor costume will proceed from Peterborough Museum to Peterborough Cathedral for a service to commemorate Katharine of Aragon.
Katherine Ryan: Glam Role Model
Witty jokes and pop culture observations from the Canadian stand-up and TV star.
Key Comedy Club ft Tom Allen
The award-winning stand-up recounts extraordinary tales in this headline show.
Little Howard's Big Show for Kids
Real human Big Howard and interactive animation Little Howard are putting on the show of their lives.
Little Women: Wildcats Theatre School
- Written by: Allan Knee
A musical based on Louisa May Alcott's timeless novel about four sisters growing up in America during the Civil War.
Lucy Beaumont: We Can Twerk It Out
Surreal and interactive humour from the 2012 BBC Radio 2 New Comedy Award-winner.
- Written by: William Shakespeare
Adaptation of Shakespeare's witch-ridden tragedy, set in modern India.
Maurizio Minardi Quartet
Jazz pianist/accordionist Minardi and his band.
Mitch Benn: Don't Believe a Word
Doubt, pragmatism and agnoticism in Benn's new show in which he delights in the joys of being a sceptic.
National Theatre Live: Behind The Beautiful Forevers
- Directed by: Rufus Norris
- Written by: David Hare
National Theatre present David Hare's adaption of Katherine Boo's novel. Set in India the story follows the inhabitants of a makeshift slum who work in the garbage trade.
Tue 31 Mar
£15 / 01733 207239
A Night of Dirty Dancing
An evening of music.
Northern Ballet: Elves And The Shoemaker
Northern Ballet retell the classic tale from the Brothers Grimm.
One Night of Elvis: Lee 'Memphis' King
An evening in the company of top Elvis impersonator Lee 'Memphis' King, performing a selection of Presley's hip-shaking greatest hits.
The Real Thing
1970s soul band celebrating 40 years in the business perform their classic hits.
Reduced Shakespeare Company In The Complete History Of Comedy (Abridged)
- Directed by: Austin Tichenor
- Written by: Reed Martin
The Reduced Shakespeare Company present the entire history of comedy in 75 minutes.
Fri 13 Mar
£16 / 01733 207239
The latest musings from the deadpan grouch, star of ridiculous amount of stuff on the tellybox and a favourite at the Fringe each year.
Richard Herring: Lord Of The Dance Settee
Sharp and intelligent satire inspired by mis-hearing the lyrics to a well-known hymn.
Royal Opera House: Guillaume Tell
- Directed by: Damiano Michieletto
Live production of Rossini’s final opera starring Gerald Finley as the title character. Conducted by Antonio Pappano.
Royal Shakespeare Company: Richard II
Screening of the play, starring David Tennant as Richard II.
The Simon & Garfunkel Story
The story of one of music's most compelling duos.
Sister Act: Westwood Musical Society
Alan Menken's feelgood musical comedy in which a gangster's moll and wannabe diva is forced to take refuge in a convent.
Tue 14 Apr
Wed 15 Apr
Thu 16 Apr
Mainstream jazz and Latin by the American singer-songwriter with her accompanying band.
Tribute to Freddie Mercury et al.