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Something for all ages in new Palace season

Posted onPosted on 11th Jan
Something for all ages in new Palace season

A wide variety of shows set to appeal to all ages and tastes are on offer in the new season at the Palace Theatre, Mansfield.

For music fans, many musical tastes are catered for with tribute nights featuring Genesis Connected, The Legends Of American Country, Thank You For The Music and 60s Night Out with The Dreamers all playing in February.

Younger family members will be kept amused by the Milkshake! Live crew. The show also features favourite characters such as Bob The Builder, Shimmer And Shine and many more.

In February, Oddsocks Productions also stage their funny musical version of The Wizard Of Oz.

Before that, there are two dates for the Palace’s Senior Youth Theatre group’s adaptation of Willy Russell’s Our Day Out.

Those who prefer the classics may enjoy Ballet Theatre UK’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Swansea City Opera’s The Barber Of Seville.

Performances in the new studio space feature two folk acts — Martin Simpson for his rescheduled date and John Tams and Barry Coope.

Local amateur dramatic societiey shows include Masque Productions’ Dirty Dusting and Mansfield Operatic Society’s production of the classic South Pacific.

New Youth Theatre are presenting My Fair Lady and Funky Studios are staging Fame The Musical in March.

An afternoon of nostalgia called The Good Old Days Of Variety will include a rare appearance on stage with Frank Williams, the vicar from the original Dad’s Army TV series and films.

To book tickets to see what is coming up at the Palace, call the Box Office on 01623 633133 or go to mansfieldpalace.co.uk

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