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The show must go on...2021 shows on sale now!

Posted on: Friday 18 December 2020

The show must go on in 2021!

We have a busy year ahead at the Pomegranate and Winding Wheel Theatres, with over one-hundred performances taking place from February.

There is something for everyone, from drama and dance to comedy and concerts, plus family favourites! Cinema fans, please do visit our website for details of films and satellite broadcasts which are added regularly.

Highlights of our programme include the chance to take a trip to Paris with John Godber’s romantic comedy April in Paris, starring Joe Pasquale. Or, why not experience something closer to home with Arthur Smith’s bed-hopping comedy Live Bed Show which was originally produced in the West End. These are just two of many fantastic dramas we have on sale this season.

Families can have some fun with the return of the Easter Panto starring Basil Brush, and The Tiger Who Came to Tea which returns to the stage from a smash hit West End season. And for the grown-ups, we have evenings of laughter with a host of well-known comedians including Jason Manford, Clinton Baptiste and Ed Byrne.

Your safety is very important to us and we will continue to operate in line with government Covid-19 guidance. We have socially distanced seating plans in place for all events up to the end of March. This means we are operating with a reduced seating capacity and will ensure there are unoccupied seats between parties. We will also continue to undertake extra measures such as increased cleaning. You are required to wear a face covering and encouraged to pre-book online where possible. When booking online you can choose your own seat and purchase discounted food and drink packages for most events.

If you do book for an event that is cancelled or rescheduled, then you will be able to choose from a refund or exchange. You can also choose to donate the value of your ticket to the theatres.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for all your support in 2020.

We look forward to welcoming everyone in 2021!

See our what's on page for a list of events.

The show must go on...2021 shows on sale now!

The show must go on in 2021!

We have a busy year ahead at the Pomegranate and Winding Wheel Theatres, with over one-hundred performances taking place from February.

There is something for everyone, from drama and dance to comedy and concerts, plus family favourites! Cinema fans, please do visit our website for details of films and satellite broadcasts which are added regularly.

Highlights of our programme include the chance to take a trip to Paris with John Godber’s romantic comedy April in Paris, starring Joe Pasquale. Or, why not experience something closer to home with Arthur Smith’s bed-hopping comedy Live Bed Show which was originally produced in the West End. These are just two of many fantastic dramas we have on sale this season.

Families can have some fun with the return of the Easter Panto starring Basil Brush, and The Tiger Who Came to Tea which returns to the stage from a smash hit West End season. And for the grown-ups, we have evenings of laughter with a host of well-known comedians including Jason Manford, Clinton Baptiste and Ed Byrne.

Your safety is very important to us and we will continue to operate in line with government Covid-19 guidance. We have socially distanced seating plans in place for all events up to the end of March. This means we are operating with a reduced seating capacity and will ensure there are unoccupied seats between parties. We will also continue to undertake extra measures such as increased cleaning. You are required to wear a face covering and encouraged to pre-book online where possible. When booking online you can choose your own seat and purchase discounted food and drink packages for most events.

If you do book for an event that is cancelled or rescheduled, then you will be able to choose from a refund or exchange. You can also choose to donate the value of your ticket to the theatres.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for all your support in 2020.

We look forward to welcoming everyone in 2021!

See our what's on page for a list of events.