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Art exhibitions are available for view in the Atholl Room before/after performances and during the interval. Find out more
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Two actors, two microphones, over twenty-five characters – and lots of sound effects! The nation’s favourite sitcom returns new-minted in this highly-acclaimed production.
Perry and Croft’s classic BBC sitcom brought gloriously to life. Three episodes of the hugely popular radio series hilariously and lovingly enacted by two master performers. David Benson (Goodnight Sweetheart and One Man, Two Guvnors) and Jack Lane (Wisdom of a Fool and 7 Days) transport the audience right back to Walmington, working from original radio scripts – complete with sound effects, vintage music and all of Perry and Croft’s beloved characters and catchphrases. Highly acclaimed by critics and by audiences of all ages.
Featuring three episodes newly adapted for radio; ‘When You’ve Got To Go’, ‘My Brother and I’ and ‘Never Too Old’
Best-known for his performance as Noel Coward in the BBC’s classic war-time comedy Goodnight Sweetheart. David exploded onto the theatre scene with his first solo show Think No Evil of Us: My Life With Kenneth Williams, in 1996. The show became an instant classic, winning praises from audiences, critics and Dames Maggie Smith and Barbara Windsor for the accuracy of his portrayal as the Carry On star. He followed this with a succession of solo shows on a wide variety of subjects, including Frankie Howerd, Dr. Johnson, the death of Diana Princess of Wales and an award-winning examination of the Lockerbie bombing.
David was a member of the National Theatre’s smash hit comedy One Man, Two Guvnors with James Corden, playing 1,015 performances of the show.
He appears in the film Blade Runner 2049 as a hologram of Liberace!
David was nominated for a BBC Audio Best Actor Award for his portrayal as Frankie Howerd in Frankie Takes a Trip. David describes Dad’s Army Radio Show as “the best idea I ever had” and inviting Jack Lane to perform it with him, “the second best idea I ever had!”
Jack founded Engine Shed Theatre Company in 2010. He soon adapted three episodes and two Christmas specials of the classic BBC sitcom Steptoe and Son receiving approval from the original writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson. In 2015 Jack premiered Wisdom of a Fool, a self-penned one-man play based on the life and career of comedy icon, Norman Widsom. The play opened to critical acclaim and was endorsed by Wisdom’s estate before embarking on an extensive tour.
Theatre includes: A Christmas Carol, Dad’s Army Radio Show (Edinburgh Festival/National Tour), Wisdom of a Fool (National Tour), The Ambassadress (workshop), Great Britain (ASM, Theatre Royal Haymarket), Gretel and Hansel, Cue for a Song, Steptoe & Son, From Turner To Houston, National Theatre Connections, Steptoe & Son Christmas Special, The Wizard of Oz, Aladdin, Peter Pan, Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens, Confusions, Annie, That’s Entertainment (The Capitol, Horsham) and as Max Bialystock in The Producers (The Hawth).
Film includes: 7 Days (Pixel Revolution Films)
TV includes: Twirlywoos (BBC/Ragdoll)
Radio includes: Casting the Runes (Bafflegab Productions) and Barbara Windsor Celebrates (BBC Radio 2)
We are delighted that the Little Big Time Band are returning to the Centenary Centre on Sat 4th April. The band consists of a member from each section of the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. They are doing a fun concert for children in the afternoon and an adult virtuoso performance in the evening.
A Free child ticket with each adult ticket bought!
We are delighted that the Little Big Time Band are returning to the Centenary Centre on Sat 4th April. The band consists of a member from each section of the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. They are doing a fun concert for children in the afternoon and an adult virtuoso performance in the evening
This year the bands we have coming to #OIOW2020 are so great, but so expensive (!) we need to raise some money to keep the prices the same as last year. Some of the best local artists are going to sing their favourite Beatles songs to help us out! Big Thanks to them, and to you for supporting us!
This show has now been postponed due to the Coronavirus pandemic. We are hoping to be able to reschedule it for some time in 2021, but we don’t have a date yet we will be refunding all tickets. If you purchased tickets online these will be refunded to you automatically within the next 28 days. If you purchased physical tickets, please return them when you can to the outlet you purchased the ticket from for a refund.
We apologise for any inconvenience that this may have caused.
The show is the brainchild of Gina Foster and Tessa Niles. Gina, Tessa, Keith Murrell and Mim Grey have sung backing vocals for an untouchable array of stars such as David Bowie, Stevie Wonder, Tina Turner, Paul McCartney, The Who and Eric Clapton to name a few. For the first time we see them step into the spotlight. Joining them on this musical journey is Musical Director, Mike Moran.
The show is the ultimate backstage pass into the world of Rock and Pop. Blending the history of British backing vocalists with revealing storytelling, featuring the songs the Unsung Singers have helped make hits.
We take a peak behind the curtain at what went on during the recording sessions and tours of some of the biggest artists in the world.
Yn Chruinnaght Celtic Gathering ‘Manx Night’, Centenary Centre, Peel.
£12 (£6 U16)
Tickets: https://www.etickets.im/cc/ and Celtic Gold
Violet Brimley, widow of the Parish and woman ‘of a certain age’, has had a long and varied career spent on her hands and knees……as a cleaning lady. From pubs to posh houses this National Treasure provides her clients with specialist services – the tiniest flicks of her feather duster leaving everything spick and span. But there is so much more to the job than just cleaning.
In A Lifetime’s Interest, Trouble for Sixpence and Lady with a Fan, Violet reveals what really goes on behind closed doors.
This evening includes a 2 course supper.
Limited tickets – only available online – www.etickets.im/cc