05 Jul

Alfie Boe – Symphonic Songbook This sell-out tour added 5 extra dates on the sheer demand for tickets. Famed for his award-winning performance as Jean Valjean in Les Mis, Alfie Boe is a seasoned performer of both the stage and screen. Following the success of his most recent album of the same name, this tour is Alfie’s own homage to rock and includes hits from Metallica, Bryan Adams, Jon Bon Jovi and many more.

13 Jul

Jason Manford & Friends – A Night of Premier Comedy Following the success of 2019’s comedy festival debut, Jason Manford is returning once again to host an evening of first-rate comedy with a lineup including, Dara O’Briain, Paul Sinha and Kiri Pritchard-McLean. This promises to be an evening full of laughs, so book now!

14 Jul

The Capricorn Ladies Choir – Celebrating 40 fabulous years. Comprised of amateur singers from all over the Fylde coast, this choir really packs a punch! With accompaniments from Blackpool Male Voice Choir, Coasters Choir, Thorn Cleveleys Brass Band, Jane Wilkinson Soprano and Lytham St Anne’s Shanty Crew, the evening will be a huge celebration of local talent set in the iconic Winter Gardens Spanish Room.

15 – 20 Jul

Sister Act – Brace yourselves, these nuns know fun! Directly from The West End, this award-winning musical continues to sell out shows some 31 years after the original film release in 1991. TV star Wendi Peters and West End favourite Landi Oshinowo head up this stellar cast and awesome vocals with hit after hit that promises to inspire any audience. With original music by Alan Menken, the soundtrack of the show is soul, disco and motown and the results really are heavenly. So, book your tickets now and watch as these nuns raise the rafters.

23 – 27 Jul

& Juliet – Life after Romeo. Ditching the tragic ending, Juliet embarks on life and love, but this time, she’s in charge. From Emmy Award winning Schitt’s Creek writer, comes this reimagining of Juliet’s story, without Romeo.  Featuring pop classics from Katy Perry, Kelly Clarkson and Britney Spears, this Olivier award-winning show delivers a storm of girl power musicality and high-energy performances in this classic story retold. The only tragedy would be to miss out.




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