Longest-running show, The Mousetrap, has kept audiences on the edge of their seats since 1952 and arrives at Aylesbury Waterside Theatre on Mon 16 – Sat 21 Mar. Starring Susan Penhaligon, the mystery of Monkswell Manor is full of suspense and to this day proves why Agatha Christie is the Queen of Crime.
A new adaptation of Frankenstein placing the writer (Mary Shelley) amongst the action, is ready to grip audiences from Mon 2 – Sat 7 Mar, and classical theatre is in store with the return of Ellen Kent Opera’s Madama Butterfly on Wed 11 Mar and for ballet lovers, English Youth Ballet presents Giselle with a cast of 100 talented, young dancers.
Not-to-be-missed comedy arrives in March with familiar faces from the world of soaps in Menopause the Musical 2 including Cheryl Fergison (EastEnders), Nicole Barber-Lane (Hollyoaks) and Rebecca Wheatley (Casualty). Get ready to hear tales of their lives, loves and losses (for ages 16+ only!).
More comedy set to tickle ribs comes courtesy of Rob Brydon on Mon 23 Mar, and for fans of David Baddiel, do not miss his one-man show Trolls: Not the Dolls on Fri 13 Mar. Geoff Norcott brings his own brand of provocative stand-up to the theatre’s Second Space on Thu 5 May so there’s plenty of laughs in store to while away the winter evenings.
Check online at atgtickets.com/aylesbury for a full list of forthcomings and secure your tickets today by calling 0844 871 7607 (bkg fee. Calls cost 7p per min plus your phone company’s access charge)
Get ready for hilarious mishaps and DIY disasters! For your chance to win 2x tickets to see Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em starring Joe Pasquale on Tuesday 28th Apr at 7.30pm, simply tell us which primetime TV show Joe won in 2004:
Email your answer to Coralie at firstname.lastname@example.org by Thursday 16th April 2020.