Oldham Coliseum Theatre

Oldham Coliseum Theatre
Fairbottom Street, Oldham, Lancashire, OL1 3SW
  • Telephone 0161 624 2829
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  • Website www.coliseum.org.uk
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Big Girls Don't Cry

Oh what a night you'll have at this tribute to Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons, with all the hits from 'Sherry' to 'Grease is the Word'.

Sat 19 May

£24.50 (£22.50) / 0161 624 2829

  • 19:30

Brassed Off, A Brass Band & Bernard

This concert features all the music from Brassed Off - the film and the stage play - brought to us by the celebrated Rivington & Adlington Band. Each piece is introduced by Bernard Wrigley, who appeared in the film, the stage play, and the Victoria Wood sendup, Brassed Up.

Fri 15 Jun

£16 / 0161 624 2829

  • 19:30

Bread & Roses

An exciting uplifting new play stuffed full of songs and laughs, heart and soul; telling the gripping real life story of the huge mill-workers strike in Lawrence, Massachusetts, USA in 1912. 20,000 workers originating from all corners of the globe, led mainly by the female workforce who fought not just for the bread for…

Fri 22 Jun

£16–£23 / 0161 624 2829

  • 19:30

Sat 23 Jun

£16–£23 / 0161 624 2829

  • 19:30

Tue 26 Jun

£16–£23 / 0161 624 2829

  • 19:30
…and 9 more dates until 7 Jul

Cinderella

If you're planning the perfect Christmas treat for friends and family - then look no further. Oldham Coliseum Theatre is famous for its excellent annual traditional pantomime and Cinderella is one of the nation's favourites, with all the ingredients you need for a magical experience. Each year the Coliseum serves up the…

Sat 10 Nov

£13.30–£22.50 / 0161 624 2829

  • 14:15
  • 19:30

Mon 12 Nov

£13.30–£22.50 / 0161 624 2829

  • 10:15

Tue 13 Nov

£13.30–£22.50 / 0161 624 2829

  • 10:15
…and 47 more dates until 12 Jan 2019

Coconut

The Thelmas present a contemporary tale about Rumi, a British Pakistani woman who's referred to as brown on the outside, white on the inside.

Thu 24 May

£8 / 0161 624 2829

  • 19:30

Ga Ga

Performed by a multi-award winning band who have headlined the International Guitar Festival on several occasions, this is a Queen show like no other. From numerous Queen Conventions to TV appearances, GA GA have consistently proved why they are so highly rated by critics and audiences alike. There are no wigs, no make-up…

Sat 12 May

£24.50 / 0161 624 2829

  • 19:30

Ladykiller

The Thelmas present Madeline Gould's cogent black comedy about a sociopathic maid.

Wed 23 May

£8 / 0161 624 2829

  • 19:30

Relatively Speaking

A brand new version of Ayckbourn's first play and West End hit, which launched him to fame, establishing him as one of the UK's most performed playwrights. This comedy of misunderstanding involves two couples, one young and co-habiting and one older, married and fraught. When inexperienced Greg finds a pair of strange…

Fri 20 Apr

£16–£23 / 0161 624 2829

  • 19:30

Sat 21 Apr

£16–£23 / 0161 624 2829

  • 19:30

Tue 24 Apr

£16–£23 / 0161 624 2829

  • 19:30
…and 9 more dates until 5 May

The Rocket Man

Tribute to the piano rock of Sir Elton John.

Sat 16 Jun

£23.50 (£21.50) / 0161 624 2829

  • 19:30

Selfies Kill More People Than Sharks

Rogue Bones presents a witty and irreverent look at today's attention economy from members of the last generation who remember a time when a phone was plugged into the wall.

Wed 25 Apr

£8 / 0161 624 2829

  • 19:30

A Taste of Honey

Set in Salford and recognised as the pre-cursor to Coronation Street, A Taste of Honey was one of the most controversial plays of all time. This is the tale of Jo, a teenager whose life is dominated by her alcoholic mother in a Salford bedsit. Abandoned by many, Jo falls pregnant to a sailor and befriends a gay art…

Fri 25 May

£16–£23 / 0161 624 2829

  • 19:30

Sat 26 May

£16–£23 / 0161 624 2829

  • 19:30

Tue 29 May

£16–£23 / 0161 624 2829

  • 19:30
…and 9 more dates until 9 Jun

The Tiger Who Came To Tea

David Wood's adaptation of Judith Kerr's children's book about a hungry tiger.

Fri 13 Jul

£12.50 / 0161 624 2829

  • 16:30

Sat 14 Jul

£12.50 / 0161 624 2829

  • 11:00
  • 14:00

The Woman Who Cooked Her Husband

A high energy, dark comedy by Debbie Issit, writer of the hugely popular feature film Nativity. The story of a husband, wife and mistress. Laugh out loud, fun, fresh and moving. An entertaining and wry exploration of the old saying, the way to a man's heart is through his stomach. Can Kenneth have his cake and eat it? A…

Thu 17 May

£16 (£14) / 0161 624 2829

  • 19:30

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