Penistone FM Theatre Guide

Civic 01226 327000   https://www.barnsleycivic.co.uk/

Opera North’s Big Sing World War One

Tue 3 Jul  The Civic – Assembly Room (Unallocated)  6:00pm

Join us for a wonderful evening of music making as pupils from Barnsley and Sheffield schools join forces to perform World War One themed music in a massed choir, accompanied by members of the Chorus of Opera North.

 

Lawrence Batley Theatre  01484 430528    http://www.thelbt.org/

How to Become a Doctor in 30 Minutes

Tuesday, 3 July 2018 – 7:30pm  Syngenta Cellar

After crashing a car and leaving his friend unconscious, Benny only sees two choices. Serve time behind bars or learn how to become a doctor as quick as possible.

 

Before he knows it, Benny is neck deep in grave danger, the two find themselves trapped. Armed with just his phone and a hacksaw, can he operate, save his friend and escape?

 

Lamproom 01226 200075  http://www.barnsleylamproom.com/

LYTE Fantastic

4 Jul — 6 Jul

 A musical medley of current and popular West End shows performed by The Lamproom’s fabulous starlets, the LYTE Theatre Company!

Come along and see our youngest performers as they bring you songs from ‘Grease’, ‘Matilda’, ‘Cats’ and ‘Billy Elliot’.

 

Lamproom  01226 200075   http://www.barnsleylamproom.com/

Mik Artistik’s Ego Trip

7 Jul

 This three piece from Leeds have a growing national reputation and are proving to be one of the most interesting, unpredictable, and exciting acts on the circuit. Mik’s lyrical dexterity and the musical range of Benson Walker and Jonny Flockton combine to make people laugh, cry, and throw themselves about.

 

 

Lawrence Batley Theatre  01484 430528   http://www.thelbt.org/

Saturday, 7 July 2018 – 6:30pm – Sunday, 8 July 2018 – 2:00pm

Main Stage Saturday 6.30pm / Sunday 2.00pm

 

Bodyrockerz School of Dance promises to wow audiences with its most extravagant show to date. Featuring pupils of all ages performing a wide range of styles, including street, contemporary and rock ‘n’ roll, Bodyrockerz talented dancers are sure to light up the stage.

 

 

Montgomery Theatre, Sheffield   0114 327 3456   http://themontgomery.org.uk/TheMontgomery.dll/Home

Disco Inferno

 

Presented by Woodseats Musical Theatre Company

DISCO INFERNO, a spellbinding story set in the 1970s, is a musical that celebrates the decade that brought us psychedelic shirts, flared trousers and platform shoes. It’s packed full of 1970s classics such as Hot Stuff, Celebration, I Will Survive, Boogie Nights and many more. This high energy musical is sure to warm hearts, get feet tapping and everyone leaving the theatre with the fondest memories of a sensational era. Whether it’s your first experience of the 1970s or whether you were there when it all happened, this musical is sure to give you a night to remember.

 

Lamproom 01226 200075   http://www.barnsleylamproom.com/

Tinned Goods

11 Jul — 14 Jul

 The Lamproom Theatre proudly presents ‘Tinned Goods’ by Fiona Whitelaw. Barnsley : 1984 Best friends Sue and Rachel have not spoken since Sue’s husband joined the strike and Rachel’s didn’t.

Under the strain of politics, pickets and principles, can the women find a voice to save their relationships and their way of life?

 

The Civic  01226 327000   https://www.barnsleycivic.co.uk/

The Boulderers

14 July 2018 – 14 July 2018

The Boulderers is the promenade story of three Rock Climbers pushing their limits, forming firm friendships and boldly reimagining the city as the crag. 

FREE admission

See the show in Barnsley Town Centre as part of The Lord Mayors Parade

 

The Civic   01226 327000   https://www.barnsleycivic.co.uk/

Summer Concert (Barnsley Wind Bands)

Mon 16 Jul  The Civic – Assembly Room (Unallocated)  7:00pm

 

Barnsley Wind Band’s are music hub partners and provide progressive wind band opportunities for beginners to advanced students. Working in partnership with the music service, who provide the musical directors, the bands offer an excellent performance opportunity each term and are delighted to hold their summer concert at The Civic.

The concert will showcase each of the four ensembles and who will perform a variety of repertoire.

The bands annual Jack & Paul Sykes awards will also be presented on the evening.

 

Lamproom  01226 200075  http://www.barnsleylamproom.com/

To Miss Julie

18 Jul

Join us for an evening of song and dance and relive some of the greatest memories we shared at The Jay Bee Theatre School, all thanks to Miss Julie.

All proceeds from the evening will go to The Alzheimers Society and BIADS, as they are charities very close to our hearts. This show is for one night only so book now to avoid disappointment!

 

The Civic 01226 327000   https://www.barnsleycivic.co.uk/

Thu 19 Jul  – Assembly Room (Unallocated)  7:30pm    

Stiffs

Dave and Vince wake up one morning … dead! Not the most promising start to the day.

Who are they? How did they die? And why are they dead together?

These are just a few of the questions our two ‘heroes’ try to answer as they fumble their way through a living death. You’d have to be ‘dead silly’ to miss this brand new absurdist comedy exploring death, what it is that makes us who we are, and whether any of it really matters anyway.

 

Lamproom 01226 200075   http://www.barnsleylamproom.com/

Bebop and Beyond 20 Jul

The National Youth Jazz Orchestra is a glittering showcase for the UK’s finest young professional jazz musicians, combining a hard-swinging rhythm section and a raft of hugely talented soloists.

The ‘Bebop and Beyond’ programme takes you on a jazz journey. From the ground-breaking sounds of Dizzy Gillespie’s bebop big band which transformed jazz from dance music to an entertaining art form in its own right, through the great jazz legends who developed the jazz sound we know and love today, including Thad Jones, Buddy Rich and Maynard Ferguson.

 

The Civic 01226 327000   https://www.barnsleycivic.co.uk/

Playing The Joker

Wed 25 Jul  Shaw Lane Sports Club    8:00pm

December, 1977 – it’s nine years since the infamous ‘Watersplash Final’ – and the once revered “Uncle Eddie” has withdrawn into the protective walls of the The Queens Hotel.

Out front fanatical Rugby League fan Eddie Marlowe, grieving the recent loss of his father, is hellbent on speaking alone with his idol. Will he get that chance?

Playing The Joker is about one man’s dream to give rugby league a national profile.

Civic on Tour: Shaw Lane Sports Club

 

Lawrence Batley Theatre  01484 430528  http://www.thelbt.org/

No Honour in Blood

Friday, 27 July 2018 – 7:30pm

Syngenta Cellar, 7.30pm

Marauders Theatre Company

When two Spartan warriors find themselves trapped and lost in the underworld, they must outwit a devious enemy, or remain forever in the land of the dead.

 

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