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European Arts Company presents a hugely entertaining collection of classic farces by Anton Chekhov, including The Evils of Tobacco, The Dimwit, The Bear, Swan Song and The Proposal. This is Chekhov as you've never seen him before… funny. These bittersweet plays are Chekhov at his comic best: before The Seagull got…
Dare Devil Rides to Jarama
Townsend Productions presents a new play by Neil Gore about Clem Beckett, his unlikely friendship with literary critic, writer and poet Christopher Caudwell and the International Brigades' fight against fascism.
As much as Fleetingwood Mac aim to create a genuine Fleetwood Mac sound, they can't help but give it a modern edge, it's just the way we play. How else are five people supposed to play tribute to a band that have lasted nearly 50 years?
Freya: A Viking Saga
A comic tale about the strength of friendship to overcome all big challenges. Freya, a Viking girl and friend of the gods, is in a bit of a pickle. She is about to become a giant's dinner! Freya must use all her wits to escape old Gorm's cooking pot and prove that friendship is stronger than the strength of a giant and…
Jake Leg Jug Band
The Jake Leg Jug Band bring you the authentic sounds of 1920's and 30's America - Jazz, Blues, Gospel, Ragtime - and put their own twist on it. Songs of murder, betrayal, gambling, liquor and redemption.
James Reynolds is a pianist, composer and songwriter. He has written music for films, TV and award-winning theatre. An evening of original piano compositions and premiers of new Erik Satie-esque pieces and folk songs for guitar and voice. Hot and hearty pre-theatre dinner homemade by Dottie's Kitchen Cafe served at 7pm
Jazz Brunch with Charlie Bicknell Charlie Bicknell has sung at London jazz venues Pizza on the Park, The Pheasantry and Ronnie Scotts. Internationally she has performed at venues in Australia, (notably the basement of Sydney Opera House and a giant car park in Adelaide!) Hong Kong, Copenhagen, Dubai, Abu Dhabi.
Jazz In The Bar
esse Molins is a popular and versatile jazz and classical guitarist. He is a regular with the Dave Hankin Big Band and has been described as "a hard swinging jazz guitarist with a style reminiscent of Wes Montgomery" (Express & Echo). He is accompanied by Philip Clouts at the piano.
Jazz In The Bar Presents A Billie Holiday Celebration
Known for her definitive interpretations of classic jazz standards such as Summertime, Love Me or Leave Me and God Bless the Child, Billie Holiday is considered to be one of the greatest jazz vocalists of all time. Join vocalist Julie Dunn and pianist Philip Clouts in a tribute to Holiday's ongoing legacy.
Sun 12 Mar
£12.10 / 01297 442138
Josie Long: Something Better
The politically astute Sidcup-born comedian, who took part in the Channel 4 show Celebrity Island With Bear Grylls as part of the Stand Up To Cancer campaign, waxes lyrical about optimism, hopefulness and the giddy joys of surrounding yourself with people you can look up to.
This stunning chamber ensemble. Featuring vocalists Kate Westbrook and Sarah Owen together with an 11-piece band, present a concert of extraordinary 20th century music. William Walton's jaunty settings of Edith Sitwell's poetry Facade 2 and Luciano Berio's outlandish Folk Song sit alongside music by Kurt Weill, Vaughan…
Lyme Comedy Club
The very best in live stand-up comedy showcasing four comedians, from local to national names. Our Marine Comedy Club features a host of circuit regulars and the stars of tomorrow.
Mad Dog Mcrae
Mad Dog Mcrae blend a unique mixture of folk rock, pop, gypsy jazz, bluegrass and 'shake your ass' music. From self-penned songs of adventure, drinking, love and life, to traditional ballads of gypsies, fairies, legless pirates and black flies.
Madame Butterfly Returns
Set thirty years after the end of the iconic Puccini Opera, Madame Butterfly's son, Tomisaburo, has journeyed to America to meet his father for the first time. Except he's now Governor of Georgia and in the middle of an election campaign so leaves his son waiting in the entrance hall. Will the opera end with forgiveness…
Mitch Benn: Don't Fear The Reaper
The comedian performs musical satire and questions whether death is anything to fear.
Sat 17 Jun
Times to be confirmed / Phone for prices / 01297 442138
'What happens to our children when they grow up? Kellie Smith's gothic melodrama, The Monstrum, explores the terrifying onset of adolescence in a world where even the closest of communities hide secrets. Performed by Lyme Youth Theatre company as part of National Theatre Connections Festival. The cast will be taking…
Much Ado About Puffin
Join Open Attic as they traverse stormy seas and reckless tides to bring you this funny tale about a man all alone and a friendly puffin. Using skillful puppetry, beautiful music, and good old fashioned storytelling.
Sun 9 Apr
Mon 10 Apr
Tue 11 Apr
Much Further Out Than You Thought
MUCH FURTHER OUT THAN YOU THOUGHT by Giles Roberts Presented by the MolinoGroup Lance Corporal James Randall left tours of duty in Helmand six years ago, but Helmand is still far from leaving him. On Remembrance Sunday he delivers a birthday message to his son from his living room in south London; a last-ditch…
Oxley Meier Guitar Project
Don't fall into the trap of assuming that this is something exclusively for guitar buffs, or even jazz buffs. If you love music of any kind you'll probably fall for this. The Observer ???? Two accomplished guitarists present a dazzling display of contemporary music, ranging from Turkish panache to soundscapes of latin…
Reginald D Hunter
Some People v Reginald D. Hunter - Preview Reginald D Hunter returns to the UK in 2017 with his highly anticipated brand new show. During the 15 years in which he has lived in the UK, Reginald's searingly honest material has garnered him a popular fanbase that spans the generations. In the past twelve months he has…
The Songs Of Leonard Cohen
The Poetry and Music of Leonard Cohen (1934-2016) has been a constant friend throughout many of our lives. Keith James brings us interpretive versions of Cohen's songs in fitting tribute to the legend.
Their music has been described as haunting, gutsy, tribal, and even psychedelic. Three very talented musicians willing to experiment and evoke unusual contemporary sounds while they continue to keep diggin' the blues by the roots. (Blues in Britain)
Viva Neil Diamond
In 1966 Neil Diamond's first hits smashed into the music charts. To celebrate this 50 year recording career Bob Drury ('The Neil Diamond Story') presents a new one-man show bursting with Neil Diamond gems, including Sweet Caroline, Forever In Blue Jeans, Love on the Rocks, America, Hello Again, Play Me, Song Sung Blue and…
We Are Brontë
We Are Brontë is a madcap physical interpretation of the Brontë myth, taking the real and imaginary worlds of the Yorkshire siblings as inspiration. With only a handful of props, two performers deconstruct not only gothic themes of love, madness and revengeand themselves.
When The Eye Has Gone
One actor. 50 characters. 75 minutes. When The Eye Has Gone tells the life of Colin Ollie Milburn, the cricketing legend who was one of England's most unlikely sporting heroes. Full of song, reminiscence and gallows humour the story swings backwards and forwards in time as he drinks yet another large gin and coke…