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Down Memory Lane
Spotlight Theatre Bridlington, shows, plays, East Yorkshire Theatre, Musical theatre, drama, comedy, pantomime, BAODS
New Youth Theatre Group 15th December
To find out more details about plans for an exciting new venture at Spotlight please visit our News and reviews page !
"Cinderella" December 13,14,19,20,21/January 2,3,4,9,10,11
Forget about the winter and enjoy music and laughter as the ever popular Mike Hammond takes on the role of an Ugly Sister in the classic pantomime Cinderella
All the familiar ingredients, coach, pumpkin, slipper etc feature in this tradtional tale presented by Spotlight's own members.
Performances begin at 7.30 pm except on dates in red whch are Sunday matinees beginning at 2.30 pm
£8.00/Children £5.00
  "The Mice Who Ate Christmas" Tuesday 30th December 7.30 pm
A Christmas comedy for all ages based on the legend surrounding the writing of Silent Night.
It is 1818 and Edna and Wilbur are having trouble getting into the spirit of Christmas, because they are two particularly hungry village mice who find themselves sailing for Switzerland 'Land of Cheese', that mythical place where the streets are paved with cheese and rivers run brimful of chocolate !
Sheltering in a village church on Christmas Eve, the hungry mice eat through the church organ bellows by mistake, leaving the kindly young priest without a note of music for Midnight Mass
Edna and Wilbur have to hurry to make amends, and in doing so inspire the writing of a brand new Christmas carol.
£9.50/Under 16s £5.00
  "Flanders and Swann Revisited" Saturday 24th January 7.30 pm
Michael Lunts returns to Spotlight with a programme that brings together the songs of Flanders and Swann and the words and wit of Sir John Betjeman.
Featuring a cornucopia of songs, familiar and less familiar, from 'The Hippopotamus' to 'A Transport of Delight', from 'The Gnu' to 'Have Some Madeira, M'Dear', the songs of Flanders and Swann are shown to be rooted in that vision of the recent past often called 'Betjeman's Britain'.
It is a world where Betjeman shares his love of all forms of 'obsolete transport' with Flanders and Swann's evocation of pre-Beeching Britain in 'The Slow Train'.
Wallow in a little nostalgia for a by-gone world and the more gentle humour exemplified by these arch-observers of the national character.

..Future Events..

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."Peter Pan" Saturday 14th February (Duck Egg Theatre )
. Ian Sherwood - Guitar Sunday 22nd February (Artery Presentation)
. "Brief Lives" Saturday 28th February (Other Lives Production) 
."Thick as Thieves" Tuesday 21st April (Reform Theatre)
."Unlikely Lads" Sunday 10th May (Badapple Theatre)
."April in Paris" Saturday 30th May (Reform Theatre)
.Vin Garbutt in Concert Saturday 27th June