Aylesbury Waterside Theatre

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Aylesbury Waterside Theatre

Get ready to throw some shapes as September sees Aylesbury Waterside Theatre transformed to flat floor for not one, but three must- do party nights and dance events.


Returning due to popular demand is Mix 96 80’s Night, dig out your leg warmers and backcomb your hair like never before for this night of retro tunes and partying. Young ravers can join in the fun on Sun 15 Sep when Big Fish Little Fish comes to town for the very first time! This multi-award winning event will see neon and glow sticks aplenty as DJs – Heavenly Jukebox, play a mix of old and new skool acid house, techno and drum ‘n’ bass over a dancefloor with bubbles, confetti cannon and giant balloons – all topped by a parachute dance! With multi-craft tables, baby and parent chill out area and licensed bar, there’s something for everyone.


Fancy a swing dance lesson? Join the 12-piece Down for the Count Swing Orchestra (Sat 14 Sep) for a vintage music spectacular as mini big band – Down for the Count, bring an electrifying show full of incredible energy. Combined with the band’s top class instrumental solos, sublime vocal performances, and irresistible humour, you’ll be left feeling uplifted and no doubt wanting more!


Famous faces Louis Smith, Rachel Stevens (S Club 7), Melody Thornton (Pussycat Dolls) and Lee Ryan take to the stage in Rip It Up The 70s. A groovy evening of singing & dancing is in store as they dance through arguably the greatest decade ever.


Spice up your life and swing it, shake it, move it make it over to the Waterside for Wannabe – The Spice Girls Show (Fri 27 Sep). From the hip-shaking Who Do You Think You Are, through to the Spice Girls’ solo careers, get ready to Zig-A-Zig-Ahhhh! Come and join the exceptionally talented Wannabe cast as they pay homage to Ginger, Scary, Posh, Sporty & Baby in this concert especially created to celebrate the career of the World’s biggest girl band.


The music continues direct from London’s Eventim Apollo, with RESPECT: The Aretha Franklin Songbook. Her incredible story is told in the form of a powerful gospel sermon and features lead vocals from Stacy Francis, Cleopatra Higgins, Tanya Edwards and Cleo Stewart, accompanied by a fantastic live band and gospel choir. Get ready for the greatest hits including Think, I Say A Little Prayer, Son Of A Preacher Man, Bridge Over Troubled Water, Natural Woman and many more!


Tickets are on sale now. Visit the Box Office, call 0844 871 7607 (bkg fee. Calls cost up to 7p per min plus your phone company’s access charge), or visit atgtickets.com/Aylesbury (bkg fee).


Competition Time!

Win tickets to a comic masterpiece.

For your chance to win 4 tickets to see What’s In A Name on Tuesday 22nd October at 7.30pm, simply tell us what the name William is otherwise known as:

  1. Bob
  2. Barnaby
  3. Bill

Send your answer to Coralie at salesprv@live.co.uk by Thursday 10th October 2019

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