Apr
3
Fri
Travellin Man – The Ricky Nelson Rock n Roll Show @ The Playhouse
Apr 3 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

Travelin Man

The UK’s first and only tribute to legend Ricky Nelson. The show featuring all the hits Poor Little Fool, Travelin’ Man, It’s Late, Fools Rush In, Lonesome Town, Hello Mary Lou, I’m Walkin and many more.

Starring Dave B currently starring as Ricky in hit show Rock n Roll Paradise also as seen in London’s West End and on BBC TV and featuring the awesome Travelin Man Band.
“The best tribute to Rick I’ve ever seen.” Doug Altman – Ricky Nelson’s drummer 1980 to 83

 

Apr
4
Sat
Elvis vs Jerry Lee Lewis: The Showdown @ Edge Arts Centre
Apr 4 @ 7:30 pm – 11:00 pm

Who was the real king of rock ‘n’ roll? Elvis the Pelvis? Or The Killer – Jerry Lee Lewis?
You can once again decide as The Showdown is called back into theatres due to public demand. Audiences will be excited once more by the sheer energy of Elvis’ hits such as Hound DogAll Shook UpDon’t Be Cruel, That’s Alright Mama, Blue Suede Shoes ,Heartbreak Hotel and Teddy Bear and Jerry Lee Lewis’ hits such as Great Balls of FireWhole Lotta Shakin’High School Confidential, Roll Over Beethoven, Wild One, What I’d Say and Breathless.
Then when the show is over, the audience will choose once and for all who was the true king and invite him back for one final curtain call. Two breathtaking performers in the guise of Dave B (Elvis) and Peter Gill (Jerry Lee Lewis) and supported by their phenomenal band remind us all why rock ‘n’ roll will never die!

Apr
5
Sun
J J King & The Coolers @ Carshalton Rock n Roll Club
Apr 5 @ 8:30 pm – 11:30 pm

J J King & The Coolers

A great mix of rock n roll, rockabilly, country and original songs by this fantastic band.

Apr
18
Sat
Elvis vs Jerry Lee Lewis: The Showdown @ Chapel Arts Centre
Apr 18 @ 8:00 pm – 11:30 pm

Who was the real king of rock ‘n’ roll? Elvis the Pelvis? Or The Killer – Jerry Lee Lewis?
You can once again decide as The Showdown is called back into theatres due to public demand. Audiences will be excited once more by the sheer energy of Elvis’ hits such as Hound DogAll Shook UpDon’t Be Cruel, That’s Alright Mama, Blue Suede Shoes ,Heartbreak Hotel and Teddy Bear and Jerry Lee Lewis’ hits such as Great Balls of FireWhole Lotta Shakin’High School Confidential, Roll Over Beethoven, Wild One, What I’d Say and Breathless.
Then when the show is over, the audience will choose once and for all who was the true king and invite him back for one final curtain call. Two breathtaking performers in the guise of Dave B (Elvis) and Peter Gill (Jerry Lee Lewis) and supported by their phenomenal band remind us all why rock ‘n’ roll will never die!

Apr
19
Sun
An Evening with the Wit and Songs of Noel Coward @ Princess Theatre & Arts Centre
Apr 19 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

Some of the best and most loved songs of the Master interspersed with reminders of his dazzling wit!

An evening of the wit and songs of Noel Coward

An Evening of the Wit and Songs of Noel Coward

Apr
23
Thu
Pete Gill & The Good Time Charlies @ Esher Rock n Roll Club
Apr 23 @ 8:30 pm – Apr 24 @ 12:30 am

Piano pumping rock n roll and boogie!

Apr
25
Sat
A Tribute to the Piano Legends @ Howden Park Centre
Apr 25 @ 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm

Piano Legends

A night of rock n roll, boogie and blues that pays tribute to the music of such piano legends as Jerry Lee Lewis, Ray Charles, Little Richard, Elton John, Billy Joel, Stevie Wonder, Chas and Dave et al

May
2
Sat
Pete Gill & The Good Time Charlies @ Redcliffe Hotel
May 2 @ 7:30 pm – 11:30 pm

Piano pumping rock n roll and boogie!

May
3
Sun
Pete Gill & The Good Time Charlies @ Carrington House Hotel
May 3 @ 7:30 pm – 11:30 pm

Piano pumping rock n roll and boogie!

May
6
Wed
Meet Tommy Atkins @ The Forum
May 6 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Meet Tommy Atkins

Meet Tommy Atkins

‘Meet Tommy Atkins’ takes the audience not just through Tommy’s war, but also his life back home in Britain post war. We learn of his experiences in the trenches – fighting on the Somme, at Passhendaele and Loos; and also of the boredom, the loss and indeed the comradeship. Returning to Britain, Tommy shows us how a generation of returning men were maltreated but how ultimately it was his generation that forced through the foundations of the Welfare State.
From the beginning of the Great War to the end of the Second, Private Tommy Atkins was there.

This is his story.

‘Compelling, moving, insightful and believable….beautifully written and performed’
Stage Talk Magazine