Theatre Royal

Theatre Royal
5 Westgate Street, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP33 1QR
  • Telephone 01284 769505
  • Box office times Mon–Sat 10am–6pm
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As You Like It: LAMDA

  • Written by: William Shakespeare

Students from the London Academy Of Music And Dramatic Art present a staging of Shakespeare's romantic adventure featuring Rosalind and Orlando as they flee to the Forest Of Arden.

Thu 27 Apr

£8.50–£20.50 / 01284 769505

Ballet Cymru: The Light Princess

A ballet featuring a specially commissioned score by Internationally acclaimed Welsh harpist and composer Catrin Finch. This unique production will combine circus elements with the highest quality classical ballet.

Ballet Theatre UK: Alice In Wonderland

The Midlands-based company - which is on a mission to make classical ballet accessible and relevant - presents a captivating piece based on Lewis Carroll's children's books Alice's Adventures In Wonderland and Through The Looking Glass. Expect a host of familiar characters including the Mad Hatter and the Queen Of Hearts.

Mon 19 Jun

£10–£26 / 01284 769505

Between The Two

Sadie Newman presents Rochi Rampal and Daniel Tyler's drama, presented through flashbacks, which tells the tale of a young woman who grew up in India and witnessed the historic events which lead to the country's independence. She now travels to Britain for a new life, but is caught between cultures.

Thu 15 Jun

£8.50–£16.50 / 01284 769505


Stunning South American-style trio with lively toe-tapping choros, Cancions and tangos.

Mon 8 May

£8.50 / 01284 769505

Bury Fair: LAMDA

Students from the academy perform the comical play written by Thomas Shadwell, surrounding a pretentious female fop and her mother, some idiotic local wags, and a young woman in disguise.

Fri 28 Apr

£8.50–£20.50 / 01284 769505

Sat 29 Apr

£8.50–£20.50 / 01284 769505


Deborah McAndrew's lively adaptation features performance company Northern Broadsides in this swashbuckling tale of unrequited love, set in the golden age of musketeers.

Tue 2 May

£8.50–£21.50 / 01284 769505

Wed 3 May

£8.50–£21.50 / 01284 769505

Thu 4 May

£8.50–£21.50 / 01284 769505

…and 2 more dates until 6 May

The Edmund Octet

All-male, close harmony ensemble.

Tue 6 Jun

£8.50 / 01284 769505

The Elves And The Shoemaker: Full House Theatre

One day at the bottom of his garden a lovable retired shoemaker is visited by two magical friends who help him to recall the old days in the shoe shop, re-living the hard times, the good times and the magic. The Elves help him to remember his glorious past and eventually he realises that a little bit of elf magic is all…

Fri 16 Jun

£8.50–£12.50 / 01284 769505

Guys And Dolls: Bury St Edmunds Amateur Operatic & Dramatic Society

  • Directed by: Carlos Acosta
  • Written by: Jo Swerling

Frank Loesser's toe-tapping musical comes to the stage featuring dance routines, comedy scenes and well known favourite songs.

…and 2 more dates until 13 May

Islands in the Stream

Musical celebrating the queen and king of country: Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers.

Fri 26 May

£8.50–£21.50 / 01284 769505

Our Man In Havana

Clive Francis's adaptation of Graham Greene's farce, produced by Creative Cow in association with Malvern Theatres and Buxton Opera House.

Thu 29 Jun

£8.50–£21.50 / 01284 769505

Fri 30 Jun

£8.50–£21.50 / 01284 769505

Sat 1 Jul

£8.50–£21.50 / 01284 769505

Sally Morgan

Got a goldfish that you flushed down the toilet that you need to say sorry to? Now's your chance to apologise through the medium of Sally Morgan.

Mon 22 May

£25 / 01284 769505

Stand Up, Stand Up

Jim Cartwright has both written and directs this comedy about the meeting between a comedian and a bailiff and the events that follow.

Mon 26 Jun

£8.50–£20.50 / 01284 769505

Tue 27 Jun

£8.50–£20.50 / 01284 769505

Wed 28 Jun

£8.50–£20.50 / 01284 769505

Susan Calman: The Calman Before the Storm

The Calmanator's latest show is likely to explore any or all of the following: cats, kittens, and being a little lady with nothing to lose.

Sat 24 Jun

The Tiger Who Came To Tea

A musical play adapted and directed by David Wood, based on the book by Judith Kerr about the tea-sipping tiger who appears at Sophie and her Mummy's door unexpectedly one evening. Expect chaos, sing-a-long songs and magic in this stunning stage adaptation.

Mon 12 Jun

£8.50–£12.50 / 01284 769505

Tue 13 Jun

The Unexpected Guest

Irving Stage Company presents Agatha Christie's thriller, set in Wales, in which a person stumbles across a murdered man and his wife standing over him holding a gun.

Tue 6 Jun

£10–£20 / 01284 769505

Wed 7 Jun

£10–£20 / 01284 769505

Thu 8 Jun

£10–£20 / 01284 769505

…and 2 more dates until 10 Jun

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