Theatre Christmas gifts
A trip to the theatre will always be a winner when it comes to gifts. So why not buy your nearest and dearest tickets to see a show for Christmas?
The Central and Brook Theatres have a great line-up for 2020. This includes comedy, family fun, musicals and kids shows. There’s lots to choose from. Plus, we do not charge booking fees, making it a great value Christmas present too.
Whether you book online or through our box office, your tickets will come wrapped in a special Christmas ticket holder, meaning one less present to wrap up.
Or if you are not sure what show they’d like, why not buy a gift card instead? Call 01634 338 338 or visit the box office to find out more.
Here are our top picks for Christmas gifts:
The Christmas Adventures of Archie the Mouse
Friday 29 November to Tuesday 24 December 2019 at The Brook Theatre
Come with us on a magical Christmas adventure with Archie the Mouse and his friends. Join Archie, the great explorer, as he travels on an amazing adventure to the North Pole. He meets naughty pixies and snow fairies along the way. From Archie’s house to the woods and beyond, the journey is packed with fun things to do, and you’ll be part of the gang, travelling with Archie all the way.
Will Archie be able to save Christmas? He needs your help!
Thursday 12 December 2019 to Sunday 5 January 2020 at The Central Theatre
Left at home by the ugliest of sisters, Cinders cannot go to the ball. However, with the help of her fairy godmother (played by Lucy Benjamin) and brilliant buffoonery from Buttons, the most exciting night of her life can begin...
Ed Byrne: If I'm Honest...
Thursday 6 February 2020 at The Central Theatre
Join Ed as he takes a long hard look at himself and tries to decide if he has any traits that are worth passing on to his children.
Ed Byrne presents his brand-new masterclass in observational comedy hot on the heels of his hit tour, Spoiler Alert!
An Evening of Snooker Greats, starring Steve Davis and Dennis Taylor
Wednesday 26 February 2020 at The Central Theatre
Come and join Steve Davis and Dennis Taylor as they recreate the 1985 world snooker final that gripped a nation. 18.5 million stayed up to watch the 1985 final and this is your chance to see the rematch as we recreate the final frame from that special night with snooker royalty. A meet and greet is also available.
Jack Dee: Off the Telly
Saturday 7 March 2020 at The Central Theatre
Join Jack Dee for an evening of entertainment in his new stand-up tour. Food and beverages are not included.
“In these difficult and uncertain times people need hope – a ray of sunshine to brighten their day. And that’s very much where I come in” says Jack.
Woodland Tales with Grandad
Sunday 15 March 2020 at The Brook Theatre
Something is happening in the woods, voices can be heard, and a strange metallic smell fills the air. Machines are gathering at its edge and a mysterious call is heard across the valley. Laura the ladybird, Jeffrey the spider, Brett the woodlouse and Willoughby the woodpecker are worried. Velda the vixen knows there’s one person who can help them – Grandad. But is there enough time? Can they save the wood? And will the mystery stranger help?
Dad's Army Radio Show
Thursday 26 March 2020 at The Brook Theatre
Two actors, two microphones, over twenty five characters and lots of sound effects! The nation’s favourite sitcom returns in this highly acclaimed production.
Karen Hauer & Gorka Marquez - FIREDANCE
Thursday 26 March 2020 at The Central Theatre
The brand new Latin spectacular, FIREDANCE, starring Strictly favourites Gorka Marquez and Karen Hauer, will ignite audiences in 2020.
Dances to expect:
- Argentine Tango
- Paso Doble
Expect hot pulsing beats, seductive choreography and passion that will take your breath away.
What's Love Got to Do With It? A Tribute to Tina Turner
Friday 3 July 2020 at The Central Theatre
Tina Turner fans should get ready to party as the smash hit touring show What’s Love Got to Do With It? Is heading out on the second year of its massive UK tour.
What's Love Got to Do With It? is a joyous show celebrating the music of the incredible Tina Turner.
Launched in 2019, the show has been selling out theatres in towns and cities across the UK. Now, as part of the 2020 tour, What’s Love Got To Do With It? is set to wow fans when it heads to The Central Theatre.
Jimmy Carr: Terribly Funny
Thursday 11 July 2020 at The Central Theatre
Jimmy’s brand new show contains jokes about all kinds of terrible things.
Terrible things that might have affected you or people you know and love.
But they’re just jokes - they are not the terrible things.
Having political correctness at a comedy show is like having health and safety at a rodeo.
Now you’ve been warned, buy a ticket.