My Fair Lady tickets on sale

My Fair LadyTickets for April’s production of the Lerner and Loewe classic My Fair Lady are now on sale from our online box office.

Performances are nightly at 7.30pm from Tuesday 4th April to Saturday 8th April. There is an additional matinee at 2.30pm on the Saturday.

Standard unallocated seats for the Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday performances are £16 for adults and £13.50 for children, students and OAPs. Reserved seats are £18/£15.50. You can also save time on the night by buying a programme online in advance.

Friday 7th April is our Gala Night. Tickets are £20/£17.50 unreserved and £22/£19.50 reserved and include a complimentary programme and a glass of bubbly in the interval.

Tickets are likely to sell quickly so we recommend early booking. Buy your tickets securely online now.

The Geoids Academy returns for 2017!

Our weekly dance lessons resume for 2017 on Tuesday 17th January! We’re back in the Union Theatre upstairs dance studio and our first two weeks will be musical theatre jazz led by Nichola Welch.

Rowan Chidgey takes over for Tuesday 31st January and 7th February for two weeks of Bob Fosse. We then break for Valentine’s Day. In rest of February of March you can look forward to styles including Latin & ballroom and tap!

Beginners classes are 7pm-8pm with intermediate/advanced following straight after 8pm-9pm. Each hour long session is £5 for Geoids members and £7 for non-members.

2017 panto titled revealed!

At our annual New Year Drinks, directors Chris Watson and Daniel Paul announced the title for this year’s panto as Camelot: A 48-hour Pantomime!

Camelot: From page to stage in one week

We’ll be taking the show from page to stage in just one weekend. The cast get the script and start learning the songs on Friday evening at the curtain goes up at 4pm on the Sunday.

With a brand new script by Rob Benton, who’s written many of our previous pantomimes, the show promises singing, dancing, laughs and all the features of a classic pantomime – with an Arthurian twist!

Book your tickets now from the LOST Theatre box office.

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