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Directors' Club: Hospitality Nights

Posted on 7 August 2014

Our new season is nearly upon us and there are lots of great shows on offer. There are 4 Directors’ Club nights planned for the season including our Directors’ Club annual party on Friday 19th September.

Get these dates in your diary!

Doors open at 6pm for all events. Friday 19 September performance will be at 7.45pm, all others are 7pm

Autumn Season Highlights

April in Paris is one of 15 new shows to be added to the Belgrade Theatre’s autumn programme of touring shows with a further nine productions announced for spring 2015. Shobna Gulati (Coronation Street, Dinnerladies) and Joe Mcgann (Calendar Girls, The Rise and Fall Of Little Voice) will be playing in the new touring production from October 7 to 11.

There will be a major new revival of Tim Firth’s musical comedy, This Is My Family Jerome K Jerome’s classic tale of boating misadventure Three Men In A Boat in B2 which features a working pub, live piano, physical comedy and a dog, and Bill Kenwright’s hotly-anticipated sequel to Dreamboats and PetticoatsDreamboats and Miniskirts.

Broadcaster Aled Jones is making his first visit to the Belgrade on October 2 with Songs Of Hope and Inspiration, an eclectic mix of songs, anecdotes and stories from his 27- year performing career. And star of Live At The Apollo Russell Kane leads a bumper comedy line-up in Live At The Belgrade on October 3.

Arriving just in time for Christmas world-renowned ballet company, Moscow Ballet – La Classique return with Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker and Santa’s Dizzy Day, a new 40-minute interactive adventure for two to six-year-olds, includes the opportunity for children to meet Father Christmas after the show and receive a festive gift.

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