Aylesbury Waterside Theatre has a great line-up of one-night shows coming to the venue this month.
Tap Factory (next Wednesday) is an award-winning concept based on the genre of Stomp and Tap Dogs.
Coming direct from sell out tours in Europe and South America the show features an inspiring blend of music, percussion, acrobatics and tap and urban dance performed with skill and flair.
Put on your dancing shoes and don’t miss The Twist on May 22. Set in an American diner, the show is packed with hits from the greatest music legends including The Beatles, Dusty Springfield, Elvis and more.
Let’s Hang On, a tribute to Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons is in the house next Thursday.
Another must-see tribute, paying homage to one of pop’s most celebrated duos, is The Carpenter’s Story (May 29) with Claire Furley’s uncanny representation of Karen Carpenter.
Classical music returns with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (May 21) as they celebrate the 70th birthday of acclaimed pianist John Lill.
Orchestra in Association at the Waterside, Oxford Philomusica, return with the world’s best-selling classical violinist Nigel Kennedy (May 30).
Having made his Waterside debut last year, audiences can expect more musical fireworks as Kennedy takes to the stage with Beethoven’s sparkling Violin Concerto.
Meanwhile the nation’s favourite poet, Pam Ayres, is back on May 10.