What’s Coming To Harrogate Theatre In July

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Tuesday 2 to Saturday 6 July

I Could Murder A Fat Rascal!

Presented by Harrogate Theatre Young Company 

During a busy evening in Bettys the news emerges that the secret recipe for the world famous Fat Rascal has been stolen and given to local rivals Trev’s bakery. Tempers between staff rise and the accusations of ‘youdunit’ fly all over the place. Still, little did they know that murder would be on the menu… An exciting piece of dinner theatre from our brand new company, Harrogate Theatre Young Company, written and directed by panto favourite Phil Lowe. 

Date:                          Tuesday 2 to Saturday 6 July

Time:                          7.00pm

Location:                     Bettys Tea Rooms, Harrogate

Tickets:                       £25 (inc. food)

Box Office:                  01423 502116

Book Online:               www.harrogatetheatre.co.uk

 

Thursday 4 July

Midsummer Jukebox Dance with Past Masters

 

Presented by Harrogate Theatre Fundraising Committee

 

Jive and twist the night away to live authentic music from the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s, played by guys who were there. PAST MASTERS have worked in live performance, as well as on record and TV, with the great names from that era. 

Date:                          Thursday 4 July

Time:                          8.00pm

Location:                    Cairn Hotel, Harrogate

Tickets:                      £15

Box Office:                 01423 502116

Book Online:              www.harrogatetheatre.co.uk

 

Friday 5 July

Only Yesterday

 

Presented by Crimson Fair

 

West End Sweetheart, Suzi Madin, provides those immaculate vocals backed by a critically acclaimed band to provide you with the ultimate evening of classic Carpenters songs.

Date:                          Friday 5 July

Time:                         7.30pm

 Location:                  Harrogate Theatre, Main House

Tickets:                      £20

Box Office:                 01423 502116

Book Online:              www.harrogatetheatre.co.uk

 

Saturday 6 July

The Twist

 

Presented by Crimson Fair

 

Brand new show for 2013. New songs. New characters.

Relive the fabulous songs of the 50s & 60s wrapped up in a ‘Happy Days’ family style feel. Set in an American Diner, “Big” Tony Tremendo, the diner owner, delivers a show packed with authentic vocals, a live band,comedy and dancers.

 

Date:                           Saturday 6 July

Time:                           7.30pm

Location:                     Harrogate Theatre, Main House

Tickets:                       £20

Box Office:                  01423 502116

Book Online:               www.harrogatetheatre.co.uk

 

Tuesday 9 July

Piff The Magic Dragon

 

Piff’s blend of magic and comedy proved a sure-fire hit at last year’s comedy festival. This performance is an opportunity to see his brand new show before it opens at the Edinburgh Festival.

Date:                          Tuesday 9 July

Time:                          8pm

Location:                    Harrogate Theatre

Tickets:                      £10

Box Office:                 01423 502116

Book Online:              www.harrogatetheatre.co.uk

 

Friday 12 and Saturday 13 July

The Time Machine

 

Presented by Nunkie Theatre in association with Harrogate Theatre and The Lowry

 

The Time Machine 1895. In a suburban garden, beneath a waning moon, a bedraggled man lies beside a remarkable machine. He has a story to tell. A story of darkness and light. Of fire andfear. An unbelievable story of the future that he insists is true. Is it a Joke? A prophecy? A dream? Nunkie, the company behind the acclaimed M R James Trilogy, brings H G Wells’s science fiction classic to life, in another thrilling one-man show.

Date:                          Friday 12 and Saturday 13 July

Time:                         7.30pm

Location:                    Harrogate Theatre, Main House

Tickets:                      £12.50

Box Office:                 01423 502116

Book Online:              www.harrogatetheatre.co.uk

Monday15 to Saturday 20 July

The Pitmen Painters


Presented by National Theatre

 

In 1934, a group of Ashington miners hired a professor to teach an art appreciation evening class. Rapidly abandoning theory in favour of practice, the pitmen began to paint. Within a few years the most avant-garde artists became their friends and their work was acquired by prestigious collections; but every day they worked, as before, down the mine. Examining the lives of a group of ordinary men who do extraordinary things, The Pitmen Painters is a humorous, deeply moving and timely look at art, class and politics.

Date:                            Monday 15 to Saturday 20 July

Time:                           7.30pm

Location:                     Harrogate Theatre, Main House

Tickets:                       £22

Box Office:                  01423 502116

Book Online:              www.harrogatetheatre.co.uk

Tuesday 16 to Saturday 20 July

Strange Case of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde

 

Presented by Brother Wolf in association with Harrogate Theatre

Following on from the huge success of Fagin’s Last Hour and A Christmas Carol – As Told By Jacob Marley (Deceased), award-winning actor/writer James Hyland returns with the world premiere of Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. During his final lecture on the duality of humankind, the respectable Dr Jekyll reveals his strange association with the mysterious Edward Hyde and the shocking truth about his identity: that Hyde, unlike other human beings, is not only fundamentally evil, but also the very definition of it. Combining edge-of-your-seat thrills with stunning physical theatre, Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic “bogey tale” is brought chillingly to life in this ground-breaking one-man show.

Date:                                   Tuesday 16 to Saturday 20 July

Time:                                  7.45pm

Location:                            Harrogate Studio Theatre

Recommended for:            Ages 12+

Tickets:                              £20 – £18

Box Office:                         01423 502116

Book Online:                     www.harrogatetheatre.co.uk

Tuesday 23 July

Chas & Dave

This popular pairing are one of Britain’s longest running and best-loved double acts with a career spanning 40 years, and their appeal in 2013 remains greater than ever. Don’t miss this chance to see the original likely lads. 

 

Date:                          Tuesday 23 July

Time:                          7.30pm

Location:                    Harrogate Theatre, Main House

Tickets:                      £25

Box Office:                 01423 502116

Book Online:              www.harrogatetheatre.co.uk

Saturday 26 July

Hyena Comedy Club

Now in its eighth year, the Hyena Comedy Club, Harrogate’s longest running monthly funny-fest, continues to be quality Saturday night entertainment, showcasing the very best of the UK comedy circuit’s talent.  This excellent line-up show right on your doorstep is the perfect night out for people who like laughing.  

Line up to be announced

 

Date:                            Saturday 26 July

Time:                           8pm

Location:                     Harrogate Theatre Main House

Tickets:                       £12

Box Office:                  01423 502116

Book Online:              www.harrogatetheatre.co.uk

 

Saturday 3 August

Curiouser & Curiouser

 

Presented by Harrogate Youth Theatre

White Rabbit Inc. has taken over and Alice is nowhere to be found. What started as a daydream is fast becoming a nightmare. Who is behind White Rabbit Inc. and what does it want? Why does the Hatter drink so much tea? And where is Alice anyway? This summer Harrogate Youth Theatre devise a performance based on Lewis Carroll’s famous books ‘Alice in Wonderland’ and ‘Alice Through The Looking Glass’.

 

Date:                   Saturday 3 August

Time:                  11am – 3pm

Duration:            approx. 20 mins

Location:            Harrogate Theatre, Promenade performance

Tickets:              £3

Box Office:         01423 502 116

Book Online:     www.harrogatetheatre.co.uk

By Andy on May 16, 2013


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