I say, Jeeves! A spiffing spring season at Milton Keynes Theatre

Northern Ballet's Wuthering Heights
Northern Ballet’s Wuthering Heights

The spring season at Milton Keynes Theatre is one of its best yet with top West End shows lining up to bring the very best in drama, music, dance and comedy.

The theatre turns up the heat in January when Gary Lucy and the cast of The Full Monty bare all in Simon Beaufoy’s play of the Oscar-winning film.

West End hits Jersey Boysis a story of heart, humour and hits, while Mel Brooks’ hysterical comedy, The Producers starring Jason Manford and Louie Spence, are guaranteed to entertain.

Christopher Sergel’s adaptation of To Kill A Mockingbird arrives in March, while Robert Webb stars in Jeeves & Wooster’s Perfect Nonsense.

But if it’s jumping out of your seat at a gripping thriller that will thaw you out, don’t miss the return of the terrifying thriller The Woman in Black.

Alongside this exciting mix of musicals and drama you’ll find exceptional dance productions including the return of Matthew Bourne’s award winning modern fairytale Edward Scissorhands.

DWARD SCISSORHANDS

And Northern Ballet is back with the romantic classic Wuthering Heights and, for families with children, the Brothers Grimm tale of the Elves & The Shoemaker.

Saturday Night Fever will having you dancing and don’t miss the return of Strictly’s favourite dancers Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace in their dance spectacular Dance Til Dawn.

Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance – Dangerous Games is also programmed featuring 40 of the world’s most outstanding Irish dancers.

A peek into summer, on sale now, will see Jason Donovan in The Kings Speech, Brian Conley in Barnum, Bill Kenwright’s new production of The Sound of Music, Peter James’ murder mystery Dead Simple, Britain’s funniest comedy musical Spamalot and Shrek The Musical.

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