Tons of magic, plenty of comedy, a touch of soul and a host of ground-breaking works has been announced for the spring season at Dunstable Grove Theatre, the only professional stage in Bedfordshire.
This season sees a big push in drama at the venue which has taken a back seat in recent years.
The Grove is launching its first ever drama season. Tense thrillers such as Stone Cold Murder and The Ghost Train will keep you on the edge of your seat until the very end.
On the other hand, Alan Ayckbourn’s Table Manners will transport you to the nightmare dinner party scenario with endless laughter guaranteed.
Three of the naughtiest (and most hilarious) cleaning ladies return to the theatre in Dirty Dusting.
Local lass Faye Tozer of Steps returns to home ground with 69 Shades of Black; a whip cracking comedy that promises to leave you laughing and wincing in all the right places.
For more comedy get ready for the ultimate girls’ night out with Sex in Suburbia starring Claire Sweeney!
The nation’s top comedians have already booked their dates at The Grove.
Get ready to chuckle with QI’s resident dunderhead Alan Davies, Roy Chubby Brown, Alan Carr and Jimmy Jones.
The Grove is the latest theatre to sign up for Live and Encore Screenings.
Be prepared to see the best from the swash-buckling Treasure Island to Swan Lake, the National Theatre’s Behind The Beautiful Forevers and the exquisite ballet La Fille mal gardée.
As always there’s a packed programme of tribute shows including That’ll Be The Day and The Johnny Cash Roadshow.
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Chas and Dave as they hit the stage with their sensational mixture of vintage rock and roll, and new renditions of rockney classics.
The sensational Russell Watson brings his Intimate Evening concert while dance fans can enjoy Pasha Kovalev – A Life Through Dance & Essence of Ireland.