Corporate, Private Events & Education

We’re pleased to announce our amazing musical shows will be available to hire throughout the year. We’ll be happy to help you arrange a bespoke tailormade show for your event.

Rush

A Joyous Jamaican Journey

February 24

Southampton, MAST

MAST is a multi-art form cultural hub presenting and producing theatre, dance, musicals, music, comedy, circus, cabaret, spoken word, visual arts and family shows.

March 16

Cheltenham Town Hall

An exciting programme of music, comedy, spoken word, classical concerts, dance, exhibitions and workshops at Cheltenham Town Hall, Pittville Pump Room and The Wilson Art Gallery and Museum.

March 28

Bury St Edmonds, The Apex

Providing opportunities to learn from experienced theatre practitioners, watch professional performances and get on stage. 

April 13

Milton Keynes, The Stables

In October 2000, the new Stables Theatre opened its doors, with a second phase of development opening in 2007.  It is now home to The Jim Marshall Auditorium with 438 capacity (398 seated and 40 standing) and the smaller Stage 2 (80 seated and 10 standing or 120 standing) and presents around 350 concerts and 250 education sessions each year.

April 17

Coventry, Belgrade

Welcome to the Belgrade – a place to be entertained, inspired, share your stories and unleash your creativity.

April 27

Wrexam, William Aston Hall

Located on the outskirts of Wrexham town centre on the campus of Wrexham Glyndŵr University it has hosted some of the biggest names in comedy.

May 3

Stevenage, Gordon Craig Theatre

The Gordon Craig Theatre is 501 seat venue with a programme packed full of: Musicals, Live Music, Comedy, Plays, Family Shows and one of the LONGEST running Pantomimes in the country!

May 11

Reading, The Hexagon

Our mission is to use the power of theatre to inspire, entertain and nurture positive social change – we hope to ignite the imagination and explore what it is to be human.

May 18

New Brighton, Wirral, The Floral Pavillion

The Floral Pavilion Theatre is located in the seaside town of New Brighton, on the Wirral Peninsula in England. Situated on the promenade overlooking the River Mersey, it presents a mix of comedy, music, and children’s shows, including a Christmas pantomime
 

May 30

Theatre Royal, Norwich

Opened for the first time in 1758, Theatre Royal has been a staple of the arts and culture of Norwich for centuries. The grand 1300 seat venue has played host to some of the biggest names and productions in touring theatre.

June 12

Nottingham, The Playhouse

We all tell stories. Telling stories is part of being human, how we describe the world as it is and how we would like it to be. Our theatre  creates a space where we make and listen to our stories.

June 15

Exeter, Northcott

The Northcott is not just a theatre. It’s a network of people who are making amazing creative things happen throughout the South West. From Associate Artists to volunteers and young creatives.

June 21

Chatham, Central Theatre

Make memories that last a lifetime by uncovering incredible live shows and performances. At The Central Theatre, you can immerse yourself in theatre and experience the theatre’s thrilling atmosphere.  

June 25 - 28

Birmingham Repertory Theatre

We are the city’s world-class producing theatre. We create inclusive, exciting and exceptional theatre by, with and for Birmingham and the wider world.

July 5

Crawley, The Hawth

Opened in 1988, The Hawth offers one of the liveliest and most diverse programmes of arts and performance in the South East.

July 12

Bristol, Old Vic Theatre

An independent creative powerhouse for entertainment and education.

Sept 7

Ipswich, New Wolsey

We take you right into the heart of our theatre – on stage, backstage, front of house and everywhere in between. New episodes dropping every couple of weeks!

Sept 24 -25

Leeds, Playhouse

We are a place to experience world-class theatre that is pioneering, invigorating and relevant. A place where people and communities come together to tell and share stories – a creative hub for the city and beyond.

Oct 17

Darlington, Hippodrome

The New Hippodrome and Palace Theatre of Varieties opened on September 2, 1907, with a classic music hall bill, topped by “the Greatest of all Comediennes”, Miss Marie Loftus, but the real star of the show was the Italian impresario who had brought the theatre to life.

King Of Reggae

The Man: The Music

April 24

Bristol, Old Vic Theatre

This historic theatre has had many names and faces throughout its history. Within its walls there are an almost-infinite amount of stories to uncover and interesting figures to investigate.

May 24 - 25

York Theatre Royal

York Theatre Royal has been here since 1744, welcoming and entertaining residents and visitors from far and wide. We are the oldest theatre in York, and our beautiful listed building offers accessible facilities and a friendly welcome to all.

October 2

Southampton MAST

MAST is a multi-art form cultural hub presenting and producing theatre, dance, musicals, music, comedy, circus, cabaret, spoken word, visual arts and family shows.

A Brother With Soul

June 29

Liverpool Playhouse

This historic theatre has had many names and faces throughout its history. Within its walls there are an almost-infinite amount of stories to uncover and interesting figures to investigate.

Sept 20

Royal & Derngate Northampton

York Theatre Royal has been here since 1744, welcoming and entertaining residents and visitors from far and wide. We are the oldest theatre in York, and our beautiful listed building offers accessible facilities and a friendly welcome to all.

April 14 - 2025

Derby Theatre

MAST is a multi-art form cultural hub presenting and producing theatre, dance, musicals, music, comedy, circus, cabaret, spoken word, visual arts and family shows.

April 19 - 2025

New Wolsey Ipswich

MAST is a multi-art form cultural hub presenting and producing theatre, dance, musicals, music, comedy, circus, cabaret, spoken word, visual arts and family shows.

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