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Vibe's Top 5 reasons to go to the theatre this autumn
5:22pm Tuesday 24th September 2013 in Leisure latest news
SUMMER is over and the weather is drawing in. That’s why you should be inside this autumn and going to the theatre sure beats the monotony of your living room, doesn’t it? He’s Vibe’s look at the best shows at a playhouse near you...
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
Picture by Sheila Burnett
ANDREW Lloyd-Webber’s Biblical musical is always popular with plenty of big sing-a-longs and colourful costumes. Thanks to Any Dream Will do and, further back, famous Josephs including Jason Donovan, Phillip Schofield and Donny Osmond, everybody knows this one. H from Steps leads the cast in Dartford from October 15 to 19. See our interview over the page. Go to orchardtheatre.co.uk
Celebrating 60 years on stage, Agatha Christie’s classic murder mystery is on tour for the first time. Showing at Bromley’s Churchill Theatre from October 28 to 28, the cast includes stars from the likes of Hollyoaks, Misfits and Doctors, for its third leg of the tour.
Go to atgtickets.com/Bromley
A new, modern production of Shakespeare’s tale of madness, death and conspiracy showing at The London Theatre – New Cross from September 10 to 29.
Hamlet, played by Simon Grujich (The Importance of Being Earnest), is an exciting production filled with drama, revenge and cunning. Go to thelondontheatre.com
Peppa Pig’s Big Splash – Live
The insanely popular BAFTA Award-winning children’s TV favourite Peppa Pig is going live at The Orchard Theatre in Dartford from October 24 to 27 with a new adventure for all the family to enjoy. Full of songs, dancing and puddle jumping, this production is guaranteed to produce splashes of laughter from all. Go to orchardtheatre.co.uk
The godfather of alternative comedy has returned to stand up and you can catch him at Greenwich theatre on November 3. The anarchic Brummie is performing as part of the excellent line-up for the Greenwich Comedy Festival. You’ll want to keep the whole weekend free. Go to greenwichcomedyfestival.co.uk
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