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  Details of productions in the immediate future will appear on this page but for more information about forthcoming productions in 2015 please follow this link.
Spotlight Theatre Bridlington, shows, plays, East Yorkshire Theatre, Musical theatre, drama, comedy, pantomime, BAODS
  "It's Yesterday Once More " Every Tuesday from 4th August to 29th September 7.30 pm
This summer's seaside special, an in-house production from Spotlight, recalls some of the great pop music we were listening to from 1965 to 1974..
This show, for all the family, features songs from the Seekers, the Carpenters, Lulu, the Brotherhood of Man, Showaddywaddy and lots more, together with lots of comedy.
Can you remember where you first heard the Seekers and 'I'll never find another you', or Lulu and 'I'm a tiger' ? Come to the show and relive those memories.
£9.00/£5.00 Under 16s
  "Coriolanus" NT LIVE ! Thursday 24th September 7.00 pm
When an old adversary threatens Rome, the city calls once more on her hero and defender: Coriolanus. But he has enemies at home too.
Famine threatens the city, the citizens’ hunger swells to an appetite for change, and on returning from the field Coriolanus must confront the march of realpolitik and the voice of an angry people.
Shakespeare’s searing tragedy of political manipulation and revenge, Coriolanus features an Evening Standard Award-winning performance from Tom Hiddleston
  "Romeo & Juliet Ballet" ROYAL BALLET [ENCORE] ! Saturday 26th September 7.15 pm
 A tragic tale of star-crossed lovers: Kenneth MacMillan’s ground-breaking ballet is a 20th-century classic
  "The Carlton Colliers" Sunday 18th October 7.30 pm
A comic, backstreet fairytale that sees a hard up village transformed forever, when a hapless bunch of social outcasts and local-league cast-offs, with barely a stud in their boots, are transported magically to a whole other level, a league apart.
And we can only watch in wonder, as the rays of light from their new-found success spill over to envelop the whole town in a swathe of glory that transforms it from grey drabness to multi-coloured mystery.
Join us for a quirky new comedy about village life, love and sometimes..err...football. About dreaming big in an old pit village and the daft things that start to happen when you do.
Kate Bramley and Badapple Theatre bring you "Nuggety northern humour...delivered in typically enjoyable performances"
 £9.50/ U16s £5
  "Beryl" Thursday 22nd October 7.30 pm
Maxine Peake’s witty, charming and critically acclaimed play celebrates the life of unsung sporting legend Beryl Burton – the greatest woman on two wheels.
When Beryl Charnock met keen cyclist Charlie Burton she was smitten, not only with Charlie but by the thrill and freedom she found on her bike. She would out-work the men in the rhubarb fields, she could out-class the cyclists on the road and still find time to knit young Denise a cycling jumper (though it wasn't meant to come down to her knees!)
With her husband, daughter and cycling club at her side, she became 5 times world pursuit champion, 13 times national pursuit champion and twice road-racing world champion - she was one of the most astonishing sports people ever.
Beryl Burton MBE, OBE, wife and mother, cycled her way into the record books becoming world and British record-holder and, with a determination to be the best, she always cycled home a hero.
A West Yorkshire Playhouse production
 £9.50/Child £5
  "Dracula" Tuesday 27th to Saturday 31st October 7.30 PM
Between 1879 and 1898, Irish author Bram Stoker was a business manager for the world-famous Lyceum Theatre in London, where he supplemented his income by writing a large number of sensational novels, his most famous being the vampire tale Dracula published on 26 May 1897.
The novel tells the story of Dracula's attempt to move from Transylvania to England so he may find new blood and spread the undead curse, and the battle between Dracula and a small group of men and women led by Professor Abraham Van Helsing.
There have been numerous theatrical, film and television interpretations of this famous story but this adaptation by Mel Jones is a co-production by Nine Degrees East and Spotlight Theatre.
[Please note- this is not suitable for Under 12s]
£9.50/Child £5
  "The Secret World of Charles Dickens" Thursday 5th November
Charles Dickens neglected his children, disgraced his wife, kept a mistress half his age, frequented brothels, practised hypnosis on impressionable ladies and humiliated his friends !
But none of these are surprising enough to feature in The Secret World of Charles Dickens, a show that reveals Charles Dickens to have been a clandestine conjuror and even asks whether he was a Spiritualist on the quiet.
Ian Keable, winner of The Magic Circle Comedy Award, performs the favourite magic tricks of Charles Dickens and divulges the spooky practices of Victorian psychics.
Sub-titled 'mirth,marvels and the mysterious' , The Secret World delivers on all of these: so much so that you don't need to have read a word of Dickens to discover an intriguing and fascinating side to this great writer's personality.
[An Artery Presentation]
£9.50/Child £5

..Future Events..

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.Howard Beaumont [Organist] + Roger Maughan [Vocalist], 15th November
.Flanders and Swann Revisited, 28th November [Featuring Michael Lunts]
'Scrooge', 7-9, 15-17 December (An In House Production)
."Mother Goose", 11-13,18-20 December, 1-3, 8-10 January 2016 (An In House Production)
.'Farmer Scrooge's (Yorkshire) Christmas Carol', 30th December (Badapple)