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Spotlight Theatre Bridlington, shows, plays, East Yorkshire Theatre, Musical theatre, drama, comedy, pantomime, BAODS
"Kissing Sid James" Friday 25 th April 7.30 pm
Eddie is a stationery salesman of some repute: flash car, flash suit, with flash chit chat. Crystal is the local casino croupier:gorgeous, funny, confident. She's the girl of his dreams, but she's also a girl with a past......
A phone call later he invites her for a getaway break and the two would-be lovers head for a romantic rendezvous in a coastal B&B, where Eddie tries to woo and impress the new love in his life.
Will opposires attract and love blossom ? A big-hearted romantic comedy with added Sean Connery, karaoke and Scrabble makes for a show to remember.
Brought to you by the Reform Theatre Company and Harrogate Theatre.
"Kissing Sid James has got to be one of the most hilarious plays ever written!"
£9.50/Child £3
"The King and I" Monday 5 th May to Saturday 10th 7.30 pm
Premiered on March 29, 1951, this Rodgers and Hammerstein creation remains one of their most popular shows with its many catchy tunes.
The musical's plot relates the experiences of Anna, a British schoolteacher hired as part of the King's drive to modernize his country.
The relationship between the King and Anna is marked by conflict through much of the piece, as well as by a love that neither can admit.
Don't miss the chance to hear again classic tunes like, ' Whistle a Happy Tune', 'The March of the Siamese Children', and, of course, 'Shall We Dance', as well as many others.
£8.00/Children £5
"The Thankful Village " Saturday 24th May 7.30 pm
Set against the backdrop of World War 1,the quiet village backwater of Bottledale is changed forever by the advent of the Great War in Europe.
But as the memorial in the village square remains empty and rain-etched as the years pass, folk start to wonder.
This is a story of hope, humour and humility, about the women left behind and their men who went away, and the eccentric twists and turns of wartime life that led to their reunion in the winter of 1918.
The Thankful Villages were those which lost no men in the Great War because all those who left to serve came home again, and there are 52 settlements in England and Wales that had this blessing at the end of the conflict.
[An original comedy-drama from Badapple Productions]
£9.50 [£5 Under 16's]
"No Loose Ends" Saturday 7th June 7.30 pm
Spencer is enjoying a relaxing week off work, but with the arrival of his fiance's flamboyant brother and an unexpected visitor with a sinister motive, his week threatens to take a tragic turn.
Purple-Dreams productions bring you a dark comedy in which charcters make organic changes live on stage whch will change the outcome of the play - so even the cast won't know what's coming next !
"The Ultimate Michael Jackson Tribute" Saturday 25th October 7.30 pm
The Man In The Mirror - The Ultimate Tribute to Michael Jackson by Ryan Briggs, has been voted one of European's top Michael Jackson Tributes, having been performed in many different European Countries, to total audiences exceeding 12,500, during 7 European and UK tours!
The show features all the best Michael Jackson and Jackson 5 hits, with
breathtaking dance moves and costume changes. and is perfect for all ages, so whether you're a Jackson fan or not, it is NOT TO BE MISSED.

At 18 years of age, Ryan Briggs is one of Europe's Youngest MJ Tribute Artistes
but, now with over 6 years experience he is a true performer !
£9.50 [£5 Under 12's]
........ ..Future Events.. ............
...........FROM BRIDLINGTON BLINDS & CURTAINS, BRIDGE STREET,BRIDLINGTON OR 01262601006..........................
."Weekend Breaks" [John Godber] Tuesday 3rd June and Wednesday June 4th (Reform Theatre)
."Fall of Eagles" Saturday 26th July (Northern Productions)
."Poisoning Pigeons in the Park" Saturday 19th July (Northern Productions)
."Blue Bride -The Musical" Saturday 2nd August (Planet Rabbit)
."Daily Bread" Sunday 12th October (Badapple Productions)
."Bouncers" Friday 31st October and Saturday 1st November (Reform Theatre)
."The Night Before Christmas" Saturday 6th December (Planet Rabbit)
."The Mice who ate Christmas" Tuesday 30th December (Badapple Productions)