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A dazzling pantomime adaptation of the classic rags-to-riches tale where Aladdin finds an enchanted lamp inhabited by a wish-granting genie.
Sat 3 Dec
Tue 6 Dec
Come And Sing The Pirates Of Penzance
G&S4U and D'Oyly Carte soloists return. Join them and take on the roles of pirates, policemen or one of the Major General's daughters! Great fun for all ages. Prizes for the best costumes.
Dylan Thomas' Under Milk Wood
Guy Masterson performs his unique adaptation of the Welsh poet's work, playing all 69 characters himself.
Elegie: Rachmaninoff - A Heart In Exile
Lucy Parham (piano) plays Rachmaninov and Henry Goodman narrates and reads the composer's words.
An Evening With Monty Don
The gardening writer and TV presenter talks about his life, filming work and travels which allow him to visit magnificent gardens all over the world. A former President of the Soil Association, Don knows his stuff when it comes to organic gardening and has committed ideas on how working with nature enriches us all.
Fairy Tales Gone Bad: Grannylocks/The Monstrous Duckling
Storytelling from Joseph Coelho.
Wed 26 Oct
Fairy Tales Gone Bad - Zombie-Rella/Blood Red Hood
Performance poet Joseph Coelho, winner of the 2015 Centre for Literacy in Primary Poetry Award, unravels familiar fairytales to create fresh contemporary classics in two enchanting performances for young and old alike. Join a mysterious vaudeville storyteller with a magical top-hat and coat as he unwinds the true…
Wed 26 Oct
£9 (groups of 6+ £7) / 01722 320333
Part of Family Arts Festival.
Foyer Jazz: Bye & Griffin
Join us in the Playhouse Foyer for a relaxed evening of Gypsy jazz from this talented multi-instrumental duo.
Salisbury Playhouse and Living Spit productions present an adaptation of Mary Shelley's gothic novel about an eccentric inventor who creates a living creature in his laboratory.
Thu 27 Oct
Lady Chatterley's Lover
English Touring Theatre present their interpretation of DH Lawrence's controversial novel, which was banned from publication in the UK until 1960, and explores themes of freedom and class boundaries. Directed by Phillip Breen.
Thu 10 Nov
A Little Of What You Fancy
The multi-talented troupe led by Glyn Kerslake performs Victorian-themed cabaret, songs, sketches and magic.
The Locrian Ensemble: Carols By Candlelight: Mozart
- Directed by: Justin Pearson (dir)
- Written by: Mozart
The group, in lavish period costume, and in front of an evocative candlelit setting, performs carols, string medleys of familiar Christmas tunes and seasonal surprises. They are joined by the evergreen Jill Washington, West End star soprano of Phantom of the Opera, who sings tunes from Handel's Messiah to White Christmas.
Tue 13 Dec
£20 / 01722 320333
The Night Before Christmas
In a new musical adaptation by Glyn Kerslake and Gareth Machin For anyone who believes in Father Christmas 'Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse; The stockings were hung by the chimney with care, In hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there … As…
Mon 5 Dec
Tue 6 Dec
Wed 7 Dec
The Owl and the Pussycat's Treasury of Nonsense
A mix of puppetry, storytelling and nonsense, inspired by the Edward Lear poem.
The Pasadena Roof Orchestra
The Orchestra celebrates the music of the great entertainers from Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington to Billie Holiday and Bix Beiderbecke.
Putting the Band Back Together
A show about people's relationship with music. Featuring Ross Millard from The Futureheads, Maria Crocker from The Letter Room and Alex Elliot from Northern Stage.
Salisbury Playhouse Open Day
Meet the people who make the work and find out how your theatre is continually changing and adapting to new ways of creating great drama. With exhibitions, tours, interactive activity and plenty to engage all ages, this is a tremendous opportunity to celebrate the past, revel in the present and anticipate the future.
Sand in the Sandwiches
Award-winning actor Edward Fox stars in an adaptation of John Betjeman's poem about British seaside culture.
There Shall Be Fireworks
Unearthing a startling true story from a two hundred-year-old cemetery in Kabul known as the Kabre Gora, 'The Graveyard Of Foreigners', with Martin Bonger portraying an American stockbroker turned statesman, thwarted in one wildly ambitious bid to change the world for good.
The Wipers Times
Ypres, 1916. In the trenches and under enemy fire, Captain Fred Roberts makes the entirely logical decision to fight the enemy by publishing a satirical magazine, The Wipers Times (after the army slang for Ypres). Defying both authority and gas attacks, it proves a huge success with the troops on the Western Front.
Worst Wedding Ever
ITV's Broadchurch creator Chris Chibnall presents the hit comedy which follows Rachel and Scott as they navigate the choppy waters of wedding preparation.