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Oc­to­ber 17 - 20

Bare­foot in the Park is per­formed by the Broughton Ast­ley Drama So­ci­ety. Paul and Corie Brat­ter are new­ly­weds in ev­ery sense of the word. After a six day hon­ey­moon, they get a sur­prise visit from Corie’s loopy mother and de­cide to play match­maker dur­ing a din­ner with their neigh­bour-inthe-at­tic Ve­lasco, where ev­ery­thing that can go wrong, does.

Oc­to­ber 24-27

Shelby’s Golden Mem­o­ries, 50th an­niver­sary show.

Novem­ber 3 & 4

Take Five (3) is per­formed by the New Theatre Play­ers Stu­dio. A se­quel to the se­quel of an evening of va­ri­ety, with some­thing for ev­ery­one. Con­tin­u­ing the theme of our first two shows we will have some old favourites, some fu­ture sneaky peeks, some per­sonal choices, and some­thing maybe a lit­tle dif­fer­ent.

Novem­ber 6-17

The Con­cor­dia AOS per­form Ok­la­homa! The first mu­si­cal writ­ten by the team of com­poser Richard Rodgers and li­bret­tist Os­car Ham­mer­stein II. Full of clas­sics, from the open­ing num­ber of ‘Oh, What a Beau­ti­ful Mornin’ tak­ing you through a sump­tu­ous and rous­ing score full of won­der­ful songs such as ‘The Sur­rey with The Fringe on Top’, ‘Peo­ple Will Say We’re in Love’, ‘Many a New Day’, ‘I Can’t Say No’, and the fi­nal rous­ing cho­rus of ‘Ok­la­homa!’. As the mu­sic soars you will be car­ried along on the emo­tional jour­ney of one of the most fa­mous love sto­ries in mu­si­cal his­tory.

Novem­ber 25

A fundrais­ing evening for the Royal Bri­tish Le­gion Poppy Ap­peal called Pack up Your Trou­bles. To com­mem­o­rate the cen­te­nary of the end of WW1 and Armistice Day, Con­cor­dia is host­ing a fund rais­ing con­cert which tells the story of World War 1 with sto­ries from Le­ices­ter and Le­ices­ter­shire dur­ing 1914 – 18, us­ing the songs, pic­tures and ra­dio ar­chive ma­te­rial of the time.

De­cem­ber 4 -8

New Theatre Play­ers per­form Sea­son’s Greet­ings. Cheat­ing at snakes and lad­ders, fight­ing over comic books, a bun­gled in­fi­delity be­neath the tree. Christ­mas has ar­rived in the Bunker house­hold along with fam­ily and friends. But as the chil­dren lurk just out of sight, it’s the adults who are let­ting the side down.

De­cem­ber 9

Bal­let Theatre UK per­form Sleep­ing Beauty. This spec­tac­u­lar pro­duc­tion, set to Tchaikovsky’s glo­ri­ous mu­sic with stun­ning clas­si­cal chore­og­ra­phy, reawak­ens the magic of the world’s favourite fairy tale.

De­cem­ber 13 to 15

Eric Dar­ling­ton with the John Cleve­land Band per­form a con­cert. Jan­uary 11 to Feb 2 2019

It is panto time with Beauty and the Beast

Fe­bru­ary 9

The Back­beat Bea­tles will be per­form­ing a show.

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