The Legion Players Present “One for the Road”

This wickedly observant comedy by the author of Educating Rita finds Dennis on the eve of his thirty-fifth birthday, making a last-ditch attempt to break away from the confines of his middle-class, housing-estate existence.

Reaching breaking point at his birthday party, he packs a rucksack to make his escape, but everyone wants to accompany him and he sinks down in front of the television, defeated. But there’s always next year … and the year after …

 

(Please be aware there is adult content and this play is not suitable for under 16s. )



The Legion Players Present “One for the Road”

This wickedly observant comedy by the author of Educating Rita finds Dennis on the eve of his thirty-fifth birthday, making a last-ditch attempt to break away from the confines of his middle-class, housing-estate existence.

Reaching breaking point at his birthday party, he packs a rucksack to make his escape, but everyone wants to accompany him and he sinks down in front of the television, defeated. But there’s always next year … and the year after …

 

(Please be aware there is adult content and this play is not suitable for under 16s. )



Si Cranstoun

Si Cranstoun is no stranger to Peel, as he makes his 3rd appearance with his incredibly talented 6-piece band. Often cited as being the modern day Jackie Wilson, Si has a seemingly infinite enthusiasm for his music, and is guaranteed to get the theatre rocking within the first few bars of his show. If you have not experienced the Dynamo that is Si Cranstoun, don’t miss out on this show – as all previous shows sold out quickly.

 

**PLEASE NOTE THAT SEATING CAPACITY WILL BE REDUCED TO ALLOW FOR DANCING AT THIS EVENT**

 



Four Poofs and a Piano

4 Poofs and a Piano is everyone’s favourite house-band from the BAFTA award winning Friday Night With Jonathan Ross show on BBC1 from 2001 to 2010.

Camp, irreverent, self-deprecating, high octane, naughty but fun all-round entertainment with original comedy songs, pop standards, dance, physical comedy and light-hearted banter.

 



Kylie

 

Feverish, performed by Joanne Steel, is known in the business as the Ultimate tribute to the one and only princess of pop, Kylie Minogue.

Not only does she bare an incredible likeness to the pint size pop star, but has also perfected her vocal impression to such a standard that audiences are guaranteed a superb “Kylie” experience.



Planet Abba

Dust off your platform shoes, white 70’s outfits and get ready for a night of Abba-tastic classsics from one of the UK’s top tribute bands. Fancy dress encouraged – Mamma Mia!

Tickets available online now, and from our usual outlets shortly:

Celtic Gold, Peel

GH Corlett the Jewellers, Douglas

Thompson Travel, Port Erin

Shakti Man, Ramsey



Walk Like A Man – Extra Show!



Walk Like A Man



Christmas Craft Fair



Peel Pantoloons presents – The Grinch The Panto

This year sees the Peel Pantoloons in the town of Whoville for their production of The Grinch, The Panto.

Christmas celebrations are underway in Whoville but overshadowing the celebrations is the fear of the return of the Grinch. When their fears finally come to pass, it’s up to the Mayor, Colin the Cheermeister and Nora and Annie Good to find help in the most unusual of places.

A magical journey to the North Pole to visit Santa and his Chief Elf, Widget, followed by a skidoo trip to the Snow Queen’s palace to seek the assistance of the Snow Queens imps. This year’s show is a heart-warming tale that proves that the Spirit of Christmas can conquer all, with a little help from Polly Watt. Come and join the Peel Pantoloons for this year’s festive Christmas pantomime.

Tickets are £8, available online or from Celtic Gold in Peel.



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