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Garrick Programme Dec 2016

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Lichfield Garrick Programme 2017

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Garrick Programme Dec 2016

  2. 2. 2 WWW.LICHFIELDGARRICK.COM WELCOME WELCOME In 2017 we are celebrating 300 years since the birth of David Garrick, with a programme of work which this celebrated theatre innovator and actor would be proud to produce himself. Our Youth Theatre production is Cymbeline – one of the last of Shakespeare’s plays in which Garrick appeared and, in keeping with our namesake’s innovative spirit, our young players will be performing a new version by Emma Rice. But that’s not all; we have some amazing dramas this season – classic Jane Austen brought to the stage in Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds production of Northanger Abbey, funny and original play, Invincible and back by popular demand, Oddsocks’ comedic take on Romeo and Juliet. Music lovers prepare for a bumper season, whether you’re into 70s and 80s pop stars Elkie Brooks or Barbara Dickson, the Sound of Glenn Miller Era big band, our local theatre companies’ musicals or our new classical strand, including a superb historically performed concert featuring Jane Booth performing Mozart’s Clarinet Quintet and direct from the West End, The Opera Boys. Beat the winter gloom, with our fantastic line-up of comedy; ever popular Comedy 42 brings rising stars of the comedy circuit, whilst we are joined by Jim Davidson for two nights in February and local favourite Sheila McMahon in April. Looking for a family show? How about Don’t Dribble on the Dragon in February, or The Tiger Who Came to Tea and Horrible Histories’ The Best of Barmy Britain in May? We look forward to welcoming you to our house. Karen Foster, Tim Ford and the Lichfield Garrick Team
  3. 3. 3BOX OFFICE 01543 412121 COMEDY Lee Hurst: Comedy Show No.9 4 Basil & Co: The Comedy Dinner Show • SOLD OUT • 4 Jim Davidson: 40 Years On 8 Sheila’s MHS Show 20 Comedy 42 28 Rory Bremner: Partly Political 29 DANCE TEN 4 Showtime 2017 25 Pasha Kovalev: Let’s Dance The Night Away 20 An Audience With Ian Waite And Natalie Lowe: Somewhere In Time • SOLD OUT • 24 DRAMA Lady Chatterley’s Lover 8 Northanger Abbey 10 Frankenstein 12 Dong Ding Murder Me On High! 16 We’re Stuck! 18 Invincible 19 Cymbeline 20 The Theatrical Newton 23 Dad’s Army 25 Waiting For Godot 25 Haywire – A Farce by Eric Chappell 26 Once On This Island 27 Oddsocks Romeo & Juliet 29 FAMILY Aladdin 5 Don’t Dribble on the Dragon 13 The Jungle Book 14 Chicken Licken 15 The Emperor’s New Clothes 21 Dick & Dom Live! 22 The Tiger Who Came To Tea 24 Horrible Histories: The Best Of Barmy Britain 24 Mister Maker 29 GARRICK INTRODUCING Bromance 9 Chopping Chillies 11 Burton 14 Meet Fred 17 Mozart Clarinet Quintet & Crusell Quartet 23 Ventoux 29 MUSIC Quill 4 The Simon and Garfunkel Story 50th Anniversary Tour • SOLD OUT • 4 Them Heavy People: Kate Bush Tribute Band 8 Money For Nothing 8 Barbara Dickson: UK Tour 2017 13 The Barron Knights 15 ELO Again 15 Music Through The Decades 16 Elkie Brooks 21 The Sounds Of The Glen Miller Era 21 Mercury 22 Lichfield Garrick Choir Concert 22 Duets For Django 25 The Big Chris Barber Band 29 The Opera Boys 29 MUSICALS Betty Blue Eyes 26 The Wizard Of Oz 26 Made In Dagenham 26 Annie 27 Legally Blonde 27 9 to 5 27 TALKS/OTHER Peter Alliss 16 FILM Balletboyz® : Young Men 11 CONTENTS FOR FULL DIARY LISTING SEE BACK COVER WWW.LICHFIELDGARRICK.COM CONTENTS THEATRE LIC HFIELD GARRI CK THEATRE LIC HFIELD GARRI CK Page P POST SHOW DISCUSSIONS Frankenstein 17 February Chopping Chillies 18 February Meet Fred 18 March Ventoux 20 May F M S A E Main Auditorium Friends Offers Amateur Shows Education Studio Family Shows Accessibility family show THEATRE LIC HFIELD GARRI CK THEATRE LIC HFIELD GARRI CK Garrick Introducing KEYTOSYMBOLS Garrick300
  4. 4. 4 WWW.LICHFIELDGARRICK.COM LAST CHANCE FRIDAY 27 JANUARY ACE DANCE AND MUSIC presents: TEN A full-length dance production packed with intense physical power and human fragility. José Agudo combines contemporary dance with Flamenco, Kathak, Martial Arts and Ballet with ACE’s Afro-fusion style. TIME 7.30pm TICKETS £12, £10 (students) £6 schools & groups of 5+ | for ages 9+ M FRIDAY 13 JANUARY LEE HURST: COMEDY SHOW NO. 9 One of Britain’s most-loved comedians, They Think It’s All Over team captain and Have I Got News For You regular, Lee Hurst is back with an all-new show for 2017. Expect funny stories, quality gags and side-splitting observations. There are no gimmicks. There is no over-arching narrative journey or message. This is one man, a mic and his mind. The show is simple. The content is hilarious. The audience turn up. Everyone laughs. Everyone goes home happy. Easy. That’s why this show has a no-nonsense title. TIME 7.30pm TICKETS £18.50 | for ages 16+ SOLD OUT THURSDAY 19 – SATURDAY 21 JANUARY BASIL & CO: THE COMEDY DINNER SHOW SOLD OUT SATURDAY 14 JANUARY THE SIMON AND GARFUNKEL STORY 50TH ANNIVERSARY TOUR SATURDAY 28 JANUARY QUILL Don’t miss these Country Folk and Celtic Rock sensations performing old favourites and new tracks. TIME 7.30pm TICKETS £21 M “Joy Strachan-Brain is the best female singer to come out of the Midlands” Bev Bevan F THEATRE LIC HFIELD GARRI CK THEATRE LIC HFIELD GARRI CK LIC HFIELD GARRI CK New for 2017 GARRICK INTRODUCING MULTI-BUY SEASON OFFER Book 3* Garrick Introducing Shows, SAVE 10% Book 4* Garrick Introducing Shows, SAVE 15% Book 5* Garrick Introducing Shows, SAVE 20% *Tickets must be purchased in one transaction THEATRE L ICHFIELD GAR RICK THEATRE L ICHFIELD GAR RICK LOOK OUT FOR THE SYMBOL IN THE BROCHURETHEATRE LIC HFIELD GARRI CK THEATRE LIC HFIELD GARRI CK M
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  6. 6. 6 WWW.LICHFIELDGARRICK.COM GARRICK300 GARRICK 300GARRICK300 SHOWS AT THE LICHFIELD GARRICK... ROMEO AND JULIET Oddsocks Theatre Company breathe new life into Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet by giving it a musical Mods & Rockers twist! 17 & 18 MAY See p29 THE THEATRICAL NEWTON Lichfield based actor, David Titley, portrays the fact, gossip and scandal of the impresario, David Garrick. 28 APRIL See p23 LICHFIELD GARRICK YOUTH THEATRE presents: CYMBELINE Artistic Director Tim Ford and our Youth Theatre bring this classic tale of tragedy and romance to the 21st century. Expect twists and turns in this white knuckle ride of a show. 30 MARCH – 1 APRIL See p20 2017 sees the 300th anniversary of the birth of David Garrick, one of the most remarkable sons of the theatrical world who lived his formative years in Lichfield. It was here that he first ventured onto the stage and encountered the works of Shakespeare under the tuition of his then teacher, Samuel Johnson. As part of this anniversary we are delighted to celebrate the life of David Garrick with this exciting programme of events and activities. As part of the GARRICK300 celebrations we hope to install an 8ft sculpture of David Garrick’s face on the outer wall of the theatre. To find out more and to donate towards this project visit our website www.lichfieldgarrick.com
  7. 7. 7BOX OFFICE 01543 412121 GARRICK300 David Garrick was an English actor, playwright, theatre manager and producer who influenced nearly all aspects of theatrical practice throughout the 18th century, he was a true innovator and risk taker. PLAYWRITING COMPETITION GARRICK 300 As part of the GARRICK300 celebrations we are launching a new playwriting competition to inspire the next generation of David Garricks. We are looking for an original, unperformed and unproduced piece of work. It must not have received a professional production in any form, anywhere in the world, apart from an absolute maximum of three rehearsed/staged readings or workshops only. Amateur productions do not apply. Any scripts that have been professionally produced or published will be automatically disqualified. The play must have a running time of no longer than 45 minutes. The theme and inspiration for the play is: Risk & Innovation. The winning play will receive a day’s rehearsal with a director and four actors, plus a rehearsed reading on Friday 14th July in our Studio Theatre as part of the Lichfield Festival 2017. The play may be developed further at the Lichfield Garrick. For more details please visit www.lichfieldgarrick.com HOW TO APPLY: All entries must be emailed to tim.ford@lichfieldgarrick.com in Microsoft Word or PDF formats only, with only a contact telephone number(s) on the front page. Please do not include your name anywhere on the document, nor attach a synopsis or CV. The deadline for submissions is April 7 2017. For more details and the full terms and conditions please visit www.lichfieldgarrick.com
  8. 8. 8 WWW.LICHFIELDGARRICK.COM FEBRUARY 17 S FRIDAY 10 FEBRUARY MONEY FOR NOTHING Europe’s premier tribute to Dire Straits. Featuring all the hits from their first ever single, Sultans of Swing, through to Brothers in Arms, this show will leave you absolutely mesmorised! TIME 7.30pm TICKETS £21 WEDNESDAY 8 & THURSDAY 9 FEBRUARY JIM DAVIDSON: 40 YEARS ON Britain’s most controversial comedian celebrates an explosive 40 years in show business. Jim brings to the stage for the first time a truly revealing and hilarious look at his life. A night not to be missed. TIME 7.30pm TICKETS £24.50 | for ages 18+ FRIDAY 3 FEBRUARY THEM HEAVY PEOPLE: KATE BUSH TRIBUTE BAND Classic Kate Bush hits and album tracks are brought to life with stunning vocals and iconic costume changes that all add up to make this the closest interpretation of a Kate Bush show. TIME 7.45pm TICKETS £13.50 SATURDAY 4 FEBRUARY LADY CHATTERLEY’S LOVER When the cultured Connie Reid falls for the lowborn gamekeeper a dramatic love triangle ensues, causing public scandal. (Contains adult content and nudity) TIME 2.30pm & 7.45pm TICKETS £15.50 & £11.50 (students) for ages 18+ S M M “Make no mistake… they are good – VERY GOOD!” The Observer F
  9. 9. 9BOX OFFICE 01543 412121 FEBRUARY 17 SATURDAY 11 FEBRUARY DREAM presents: BROMANCE BY BARELY METHODICAL TROUPE Bromance is the debut show from Britain’s hottest young acrobats, winners of the 2013 Circus Maximus Award and 2014 Total Theatre and Jackson’s Lane Award for Circus at the Edinburgh Festival. Relationships are the heart of Bromance, where handshakes become handstands and backslaps become backflips. Audacious, touching exhilarating, and with a great soundtrack, this is a tour-de-force of cutting edge physical heroics, wittily exploring male companionship and its limits. Barely Methodical Troupe mix their enjoyable personal chemistry and humour with exceptional skills in parkour, B-boying, tricking, hand-to-hand acrobatics, Cyr wheel and more. Produced by DREAM and developed with support from Underbelly Productions and the National Centre for Circus Arts as winners of the Circus Maximus competition Barely Methodical Troupe: Beren D’Amico, Louis Gift, Charlie Wheeller Director: Eddie Kay; Producer: Di Robson; Associate Producer: Molly Nicholson; Associate Director: Ella Robson Guilfoyle; Lighting Design: Kate Bonney TIME 7.30pm TICKETS £15, £12 (students) for ages 8+ M “astonishing circus skills” HHHHTime Out “...this jaw-droppingly magnificent show…” HHHHHThe Stage THEATRE L ICHFIELD GAR RICK
  10. 10. 10 WWW.LICHFIELDGARRICK.COM MONDAY 13 – WEDNESDAY 15 FEBRUARY NORTHANGER ABBEY Tim Luscombe’s adaptation of Northanger Abbey is an absolute delight: witty, fast moving and stylish. Catherine Morland loves a good novel and the more ‘horrid’ it is the better. At 17, she’s taken by her aunt to Bath where she encounters the social whirl denied her at home and befriends Isabella Thorpe and her boorish brother, John. She also meets the charming but eccentric Henry Tilney with his sister Eleanor and works hard to get to know them better. However, John Thorpe has other plans and is determined to have Catherine for himself. Following a string of deceptions, Catherine finally sees through his tricks and lies. When she is invited by her beloved Henry to his home, Northanger Abbey, fact and fiction collide fuelled by the horror of the Gothic fantasy The Mysteries of Udolpho and her wild imagination gets the better of her judgement. However, all misunderstandings are eventually resolved and, as in all the best Jane Austen novels, the young heroine finally gets her man… TIME Mon 13 – Wed 15 Feb 7.30pm Wed 15 Feb 2.30pm TICKETS £23 Stalls & Boxes, £21 Circle, £20 (students) FEBRUARY 17 “Tim Luscombe’s adaptation is a delight from beginning to end” Yorkshire Post “Witty, fast moving and stylish.” Salisbury Journal M F
  11. 11. 11BOX OFFICE 01543 412121 FEBRUARY 17 THURSDAY 16 FEBRUARY BALLETBOYZ® : YOUNG MEN Young Men is a feature length dance film without dialogue shot on location in Northern France, featuring dancers from BalletBoyz® dance company. Based on the hugely successful stage production that premiered at Sadler’s Wells Theatre in 2015, it is choreographed by Iván Pérez with a commissioned score by singer songwriter Keaton Henson. The film has been realised by BalletBoyz® Artistic Directors Michael Nunn and William Trevitt who were formerly leading dancers with The Royal Ballet. TIME 7.30pm Running Time: 110mins TICKETS £10, £7 (students) 12A M “Young Men pushes dancers to the highest physical level” The Edinburgh Reporter SATURDAY 18 FEBRUARY THEATRE TOURS INTERNATIONAL presents: CHOPPING CHILLIES Written & Performed by Clair Whitefield Directed by Guy Masterson A MYSTICAL TALE OF LOSS, LOVE & SOUL FOOD. A hit at Edinburgh 2016: From Kerala to Camden, an epic, mystical tale of love, loss and soul-food. A cobbler and a cook concoct a delicious transcontinental enchantment as tragedy and chance entwine. Katie dreams of curries and chapattis; Ajna, of holy souls and reincarnation... A delightful, poetic, magical yarn that conjoins the spirit of India with the heart of London. Directed by Olivier Award winner (Morecambe, 2010) Guy Masterson. TIME 7.45pm TICKETS £12, £10 (students) “The imprint lasts long after the performance ends.” HHHHH Three Weeks, 2016 F THEATRE L ICHFIELD GAR RICK S P
  12. 12. 12 WWW.LICHFIELDGARRICK.COM FEBRUARY 17 FRIDAY 17 & SATURDAY 18 FEBRUARY FRANKENSTEIN Blackeyed Theatre in association with South Hill Park presents Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, adapted by John Ginman “Beware; for I am fearless, and therefore powerful.” Geneva. 1816. Victor Frankenstein obsesses in the pursuit of nature’s secret, the elixir of life itself. But nothing can prepare him for what he creates. So begins a gripping life or death adventure taking him to the ends of the earth and beyond. A brand new adaptation of Mary Shelley’s Gothic horror masterpiece fusing ensemble storytelling, live music, puppetry and stunning theatricality. From the team behind Blackeyed Theatre’s hugely successful 2013 production of Dracula comes a fresh, exciting telling of Shelley’s landmark work of romantic, gothic and science fiction literature. TIME 7.30pm TICKETS £17, £12.50 (students) £11.50 (groups 10+) for ages 11+ M “Masterfully constructed” HHHHH The Stage FP
  13. 13. 13BOX OFFICE 01543 412121 FEBRUARY 17 THURSDAY 23 FEBRUARY THE PEOPLE’S THEATRE COMPANY presents: DON’T DRIBBLE ON THE DRAGON BY STEVEN LEE, DIRECTED BY NICK LANE My brother has a dragon and he keeps it secretly in a box beneath his socks. He’s hiding it from me… Tom is a toddler with a cool older brother, a secret dragon… and a dribbling problem that just won’t stop! When Tom’s endless drooling threatens to tear the brothers’ friendship apart can their dragon’s amazing magic help them put it back together again or will it only end up making things worse? Based on the fabulous new book by Steven Lee and with magic designed by the legendary Paul Daniels, this spectacular musical adventure about growing up and the importance of family is the perfect feel good show for big hearted adults and loving little ones alike. TIME 2.30pm TICKETS £12.50, £8.50 (child under 16) £36 (family) M FRIDAY 24 FEBRUARY BARBARA DICKSON: UK TOUR 2017 Barbara will perform a wonderful range of material drawing on her folk roots, as well as performing globally known hits such as The Caravan Song, Another Suitcase in Another Hall and many more. Pure Class. TIME 7.30pm TICKETS £28.50 M LAST FEW TICKETS REM AINING family show
  14. 14. 14 WWW.LICHFIELDGARRICK.COM FRIDAY 24 FEBRUARY BURTON Burton vividly presents the life of the great Welsh actor in his own words from humble beginnings to Hollywood mega-stardom. Beautiful women (not least Liz Taylor), alcohol, wealth, stage and screen are the threads woven into this sad, happy, exuberant often hilarious one-man show. Rhodri Miles, (Game of Thrones, Eastern Promises, Atlantis) takes on the role of the younger Burton and received critical acclaim at two Edinburgh Fringe Festivals (2009/2014) and also the Hollywood Fringe Festival 2010 where the play won ‘Best International’ show. TIME 7.45pm TICKETS £12.50, £10 (students) “Fantastic, the whole audience was in the palm of his hand from beginning to end” HHHHH Edinburgh Guide FEBRUARY 17 S “Charming, elegant one-man show which struggles to remove itself from the memory” HHHH The Scotsman F SATURDAY 25 FEBRUARY THE JUNGLE BOOK Calling Wolf-cubs everywhere, Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book is getting the Oddsocks treatment! Based on stories from The Jungle Book with a big helping of Oddsocks humour, Mowgli’s mates, Baloo the bear, Bagheera the panther and Kaa the python all help to outwit his enemies and help him learn the law of the jungle. Mixing it with madcap monkeys, escaping the crazy cobra and seeing off the terrifying tiger Shere Kahn! Music, muppetry, laughter and excitement all mixed-up to make a memorable experience for the whole tribe. TIME 7.30pm TICKETS £16.50, £11 (child) | for ages 5+ “This is ensemble playing at its most compelling” HHHH The Stage M F THEATRE L ICHFIELD GAR RICK THEATRE L ICHFIELD GAR RICK family show
  15. 15. 15BOX OFFICE 01543 412121 SATURDAY 4 MARCH ELO AGAIN THE ULTIMATE ELECTRIC LIGHT ORCHESTRA TRIBUTE SHOW The timeless Mr Blue Sky returns for A Night of ELO. A professional re-enactment of an ELO concert with live cellists and the infamous blue violin mixed with great sound reproduction, light show and visual effects. TIME 7.30pm TICKETS £23 MM FRIDAY 3 MARCH THE BARRON KNIGHTS The only group to have toured with The Beatles and twice with The Rolling Stones. They will be playing old favourites including Call Up The Groups, The William Tell Overture, Malaguena and many more. TIME 7.30pm TICKETS £19.50 SATURDAY 11 MARCH CHICKEN LICKEN A baby chick is born and thinks the sky is falling down. On the way to tell the King, she meets Henny Penny, Ducky Lucky & Turkey Lurkey, but there’s a shocking surprise! Chicken Licken grows up to be the Little Red Hen and asks her friends to help her make bread, but no one wants to play! Mixed into this recipe of food, puppets and music is the story of Little Red Hen and the sly Foxy Loxy. Will she outwit him and save her stuffing? This show uses shadow and rod puppetry and has an original musical score by Jon Owen. TIME 1.30pm & 3.30pm TICKETS £10, £7.50 (child) | for ages 3+ “Extremely funny and great musicians” Ken Dodd MARCH 17 S “Professionally performed, very funny and just a tiny bit scary – a great afternoon for families” HHHHH The Edinburgh Reporter family show
  16. 16. 16 WWW.LICHFIELDGARRICK.COM TUESDAY 14 MARCH PETER ALLISS AN EVENING WITH THE ‘VOICE OF GOLF’ Join the former professional golfer and one of Britain’s most celebrated television commentators for an evening packed full of anecdotes, humour and stories. TIME 7.30pm TICKETS £19.50 (Stalls & Boxes) £17.50 (Circle) FRIDAY 10 MARCH CHRIS AND DAN presents: MUSIC THROUGH THE DECADES Chris Buckle and Dan Anketell, two Lichfield born musicians, plus special guests, take the audience on an acoustic journey through seven decades of music spanning every genre, taste and generation there is! TIME 7.45pm TICKETS £10 M MARCH 17 S FRIDAY 17 & SATURDAY 18 MARCH DONG DING MURDER ME ON HIGH! BY PETER GORDON Pratt’s back and once again he is in the ‘presents’ of murder! talking Scarlet are proud to present the world premiere of the fourth instalment of the Pratt trilogy by Peter Gordon and this time it’s Seasonal! It’s Christmas Eve and Pratt, together with his unfortunate assistant, Constable Mary Potter, enthusiastically set about solving why the daughter of Sir Walton Gates has nearly been ‘sleighed’ to death, with the usual calamitous results! Starring Jeffrey Holland (Hi-de-Hi!), Anna Brecon (Emmerdale), Mark Little (Neighbours), Natasha Gray (Emmerdale) and David Callister (The Bill) as Pratt. TIME 7.30pm TICKETS £19.50, £17.50 (students) M
  17. 17. 17BOX OFFICE 01543 412121 MARCH 17 S SATURDAY 18 MARCH HIJINX THEATRE IN ASSOCIATION WITH BLIND SUMMIT presents: MEET FRED “Prejudice against puppetry is the only acceptable form of prejudice” (David Sefton, Artistic Director, Adelaide International Festival) A cloth puppet fights prejudice every day. Fred just wants to be part of the real world, to get a job and meet a girl, but when threatened with losing his PLA (Puppetry Living Allowance), Fred’s life begins to spiral out of his control. Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016 sell out show is ‘Sharp, funny and vastly entertaining’ (Lyn Gardner, The Guardian). Contains strong language and puppet nudity. TIME 7.45pm TICKETS £15.50 | for ages 16+ “The humour here is brilliantly black with mordant social and political relevance” The Stage THEATRE L ICHFIELD GAR RICK P
  18. 18. 18 WWW.LICHFIELDGARRICK.COM WEDNESDAY 22 – SATURDAY 25 MARCH ONE TENTH HUMAN AND CHINA PLATE presents: WE’RE STUCK! By Sarah Punshon. Commissioned by Shoreditch Town Hall and Z-arts. Originally developed in collaboration with Maths on Toast. Ever got terribly stuck on a problem? Ever made a stupid mistake and felt like a fool? Brilliant! This show is for you. Join us on a special tour deep into the heart of Volcano Industries where you can explore top-secret research laboratories and meet cutting edge scientists struggling with some unusual and extremely tricky problems. They need your help but beware, there may be unexpected dangers... This brand new interactive show, created by award-winning theatre-maker, Sarah Punshon, is inspired by the latest educational neuroscience into how amazing and utterly rubbish our brains can be at maths, and how we can best grow our grey matter. Join our brave and ridiculous heroes on their voyage of discovery and together we’ll struggle with ludicrously difficult tasks, get horribly stuck and risk total failure. It’ll be fun. WARNING: There may be numbers and robots. TIME 10.30am & 1.30pm TICKETS £15, £12 (child) | for ages 7 – 11 MARCH 17 S perfect for schools “It was like being in Dr Who!” Audience member “Adventure, laughter, clowning, maths, didacticism… a triumphant combination” Exeunt
  19. 19. 19BOX OFFICE 01543 412121 MARCH 17 TUESDAY 21 – SATURDAY 25 MARCH THE ORIGINAL THEATRE COMPANY presents: INVINCIBLE By Torben Betts Directed by Christopher Harper The smash-hit tour returns! With the recession biting hard, Emily and Oliver have decided to downsize and shift their middle-class London lifestyle to a small town in the north of England. One night they open their doors and invite next door neighbours, Dawn and Alan into their home. Over the course of a disastrous evening of olives, anchovies, Karl Marx and abstract art; class and culture collide where the consequences are as tragic as they are hilarious. From one of the most exciting playwrights to emerge since Alan Ayckbourn, Torben Betts, and produced by the award-winning Original Theatre Company (Birdsong, Three Men In A Boat), comes this ‘riotously funny’ production. TIME Tue 21 – Sat 25 Mar | 7.30pm Thu 23 & Sat 25 Mar | 2.30pm TICKETS Stalls & Boxes £26.50, Circle £22.50, £15 (students) “Genuinely beautiful as well as sharply perceptive” HHHH Libby Purves “‘Simply superb” HHHHH Stage Review M F
  20. 20. 20 WWW.LICHFIELDGARRICK.COM SUNDAY 2 APRIL PASHA KOVALEV: LET’S DANCE THE NIGHT AWAY Pasha Kovalev from Strictly Come Dancing and his fantastic dancers return with a completely new show for 2017. Expect all your favourite dances, stunning costumes, great music, chat and fun for all the family. TIME 7.30pm TICKETS £25 THURSDAY 30 MARCH – SATURDAY 1 APRIL LICHFIELD GARRICK YOUTH THEATRE presents: CYMBELINE By William Shakespeare, adapted by Emma Rice and written by Carl Grose. Directed by Tim Ford Cymbeline is a King. Imogen, his only daughter, has married against his wishes and he has banished her new husband, Postumus, from Court. Cymbeline’s second wife is simply wicked, as is her son Cloten who wishes that he had married Imogen. To complicate things further, Cymbeline had two sons who were kidnapped at birth. Never has confusion been so pleasurable and surprising! A wild, giddy and immersive production full of misunderstandings, intimacies, betrayals and battles with heart-stopping poetry, electrifying live music and characteristic madness. With many twists and turns, this promises to be a white-knuckle ride. TIME 7.45pm TICKETS £15, £12 (students), £10 (groups 10+) for ages 12+ APRIL 17 M FRIDAY 7 APRIL SHEILA’S MHS SHOW After two previous sell out shows, Sheila and Sr. Mary show us new ways to look after our mental health and beat the self-sabotage! TIME 7.45pm TICKETS £15.50 “Sheila’s raucous act makes her one of the funniest shows on the comedy circuit”Stafford Comedy Forum S SSUPPORTED BY LAST FEW TICKETS REM AINING MADE IN LICHFIELD MADE IN LICHFIELD
  21. 21. 21BOX OFFICE 01543 412121 APRIL 17 TUESDAY 11 APRIL STUFF AND NONSENSE THEATRE COMPANY presents: THE EMPEROR’S NEW CLOTHES An inventive romp through the classic tale of an Emperor who loves clothes more than anything. But despite a wardrobe the size of Paris he hasn’t a stitch to wear! When two ‘designers’ create an outfit that’s “never been seen before”, our eccentric Emperor doesn’t quite realise the spectacle he’s about to make! For little kids (3+) and big kids too! TIME 3pm TICKETS £10.50, £9 (child) | for ages 3+ SATURDAY 8 APRIL ELKIE BROOKS One of the most powerful and versatile vocal talents of our generation, see Elkie perform some of her classic hits, blues and jazz. TIME 7.30pm TICKETS £26 M “Still one of the great British voices” The Guardian M “A wonderful gem that will appeal to children and adults alike” The Bournemouth Echo SUNDAY 9 APRIL THE NICK ROSS ORCHESTRA presents: THE SOUNDS OF THE GLENN MILLER ERA Recapture the sounds of a bygone era with an unmissable evening of music and song celebrating the Classic Big Band Sound of the 1940s including In The Mood, Little Brown Jug and other classic Glenn Miller songs. TIME 7.30pm TICKETS £22.50 M F family show
  22. 22. 22 WWW.LICHFIELDGARRICK.COM WEDNESDAY 12 APRIL DICK & DOM LIVE! Children’s TV legends, Dick and Dom will be unleashed with a show that promises to get the whole family on their feet with a performance full of madcap challenges and audience participation games that will guarantee to have you in stitches. The BAFTA winning stars of such memorable shows as Diddy TV, Absolute Genius with Dick & Dom, The Legend of Dick & Dom and of course Dick & Dom in Da Bungalow will be live on stage and bringing their unique bundle of fun and anarchy to life! *WARNING - You may get messy* TIME 11am & 2pm TICKETS £13.50, £11.50 (child), £41.50 (family) APRIL 17 FRIDAY 14 APRIL MERCURY One of the world’s most authentic tributes to Queen. The show includes fantastic and authentic performances of the most popular Queen hits such as Bohemian Rhapsody, Radio Ga Ga, We Are The Champions and many more. TIME 7.30pm TICKETS £19.50, £18.50 (students) M M SATURDAY 22 APRIL LICHFIELD GARRICK CHOIR CONCERT The choir will perform music from a variety of genres; ranging from classical music by John Rutter and Pergolesi, through to pop songs by Adele and John Legend. A fabulous night showcasing the inspiring talent of the Lichfield community. TIME 7.45pm TICKETS £12, £8.50 (students) S BAFTA Award Winning Family Entertainment MADE INLICHFIELD MADE INLICHFIELD
  23. 23. 23BOX OFFICE 01543 412121 APRIL 17 SUNDAY 23 APRIL MOZART CLARINET QUINTET & CRUSELL QUARTET The Clarinet Quintet by Mozart is instantly recognizable as one of the composer’s finest works. In this performance, period instrument specialist, Jane Booth, joins Ensemble DeNote playing a basset clarinet similar to the instrument used in the first performance in 1789. Crusell, a contemporary of Mozart, was an early clarinet virtuoso whose works for this instrument are full of drama and lyricism, showcasing the instrument’s virtuosity and versatility. Jane Booth is an internationally renowned performer and musicologist, working with the Academy of Ancient Music, the OAE and Tafelmusik. TIME 3pm TICKETS £20, £15 (students) S Enjoy pre-show Afternoon Tea in our Green Room only £7.50 per head Upgrade to include prosecco only £12.50 per head FRIDAY 28 APRIL THE THEATRICAL NEWTON David Garrick, the son of a refugee and the 18th century’s most famous author, actor and impresario. Was this man of many parts ‘a worthy friend and patron’, or as some would say ‘a mean, sneaking, futile fellow?’ Meet ‘the cheerfullest man of his age’; ‘the best performer that ever existed’ and make up your own mind! In this dazzling portrayal, David Titley brings to life the fact, gossip and scandal of England’s most celebrated man of the theatre world. TIME 7.45pm TICKETS £12, £10 (students) S THEATRE L ICHFIELD GAR RICK
  24. 24. 24 WWW.LICHFIELDGARRICK.COM MAY 17 WEDNESDAY 10 & THURSDAY 11 MAY THE TIGER WHO CAME TO TEA LIVE ON STAGE! A musical play adapted and directed by David Wood, based on the book by Judith Kerr. Direct from a SMASH-HIT WEST END season. The doorbell rings just as Sophie and her mummy are sitting down to tea. Who could it possibly be? What they certainly don’t expect to see at the door is a big, stripy tiger! Following a smash-hit West End season, the tea-guzzling tiger is back on the road in this delightful family show; packed with oodles of magic, sing-a-long songs and clumsy chaos! A stunning stage adaptation of the classic tale of teatime mayhem... expect to be surprised! TIME Wed 10 May | 1.30pm & 4.30pm Thu 11 May | 10.30am & 1.30pm TICKETS £14, £11.50 (group) for ages 3+ M MONDAY 15 & TUESDAY 16 MAY HORRIBLE HISTORIES: THE BEST OF BARMY BRITAIN We all want to meet people from history. The trouble is everyone is dead! So it’s time to prepare yourselves for Horrible Histories live on stage featuring all your favourite characters from Britain’s barmy past! Will King John be a martyr for the Magna Carta? Will you lose your heart or your head to Henry VIII? Can Parliament survive gunpowder Guy? Escape the clutches of Burke and Hare and move to the groove with party Queen Victoria! It’s the history of Britain with the nasty bits left in! TIME 2pm & 7pm TICKETS £14, £12 (child), £10 (schools), £48 (family) | for ages 5+ M perfect for schools SOLD OUT TUESDAY 9 MAY AN AUDIENCE WITH IAN WAITE AND NATALIE LOWE family show
  25. 25. 25BOX OFFICE 01543 412121 FRIDAY 5 MAY DUETS FOR DJANGO Paul Vernon Chester and Nick Mellor are two guitarists who play with passion and extraordinary skill, enthralling audiences throughout the UK with their unique blend of Gypsy Jazz, Classical, Flamenco, Country and Blues. TIME 7.45pm TICKETS £14.50 S TUESDAY 28 FEBRUARY – SATURDAY 4 MARCH Different Animal presents: WAITING FOR GODOT Samuel Beckett’s existential tour de force follows two consecutive days in the lives of Vladimir and Estragon, who divert themselves by clowning around, joking and arguing, whilst waiting expectantly and unsuccessfully for the mysterious Godot. TIME 7.45pm TICKETS £13.50, £11.50 (students) £10 (groups) WEDNESDAY 1 – SATURDAY 4 FEBRUARY The Lichfield Players presents: DAD’S ARMY Classic WWII Home Guard comedy featuring the well-loved characters “Stupid boy” Pike, “Don’t panic” Jonesy, “We’re all doomed!” Fraser, “May I be excused?” Godfrey; commanded by Captain Mainwaring and Sergeant Wilson. TIME Wed 1 – Sat 4 Feb | 7.30pm Sat 4 Feb | 2.30pm TICKETS Wed – Thu, Sat Mat £14, £12 (students) Fri, Sat £15, £13 (students) M A 25BOX OFFICE 01543 412121 LOCAL THEATRE SUNDAY 5 FEBRUARY Julie Johnson School of Dancing presents: SHOWTIME 2017 Pupils from Sutton Coldfield aged from 3 to 26 years will present a spectacular showcase of dancing, singing and drama with special effects and stunning costumes. There is something for everyone in this delightful show. TIME 2.30pm TICKETS £20, £18 (students) A S A
  26. 26. 26 WWW.LICHFIELDGARRICK.COM LOCAL THEATRE TUESDAY 28 MARCH – SATURDAY 1 APRIL Sutton Coldfield Musical Theatre Company presents: MADE IN DAGENHAM Based on the 2010 hit film, focusing on the real events of the Ford sewing machinist strike of 1968. Presented with moments of high comedy and drama, with musical numbers including Everyone Out, Busy Woman, and Stand Up. TIME Tue 28 Mar – Sat 1 Apr | 7.30pm Sat 1 Apr | 2.30pm TICKETS Tue – Sat £20, Sat Mat £18 M A 26 WWW.LICHFIELDGARRICK.COM S A TUESDAY 11 – SATURDAY 15 APRIL The Lichfield Players presents: HAYWIRE – A FARCE BY ERIC CHAPPELL Follow the exploits of Bookshop owner, Alec Firth, as he tries desperately to engineer an Easter assignation in Spain with his assistant Liz without arousing the suspicions of his wife Maggie. What could possibly go wrong? TIME Tue 11 – Sat 15 Apr | 7.45pm Sat 15 Apr | 2.30pm TICKETS £13.50, £11.50 (students) Lichfield Cathedral School presents: THE WIZARD OF OZ Come and join Dorothy in the 1987 RSC theatre adaption of L.F. Baum’s well-loved classic, which uses much of the aura of the film as possible with all the familiar scenes and songs we all know and love. TIME 7pm TICKETS £18 TUESDAY 7 – SATURDAY 11 MARCH Walsall Operatic Society presents: BETTY BLUE EYES Ron Cowen and Daniel Lipman’s brilliant stage adaption. An utterly British musical, full of eccentric characters along with a weird assortment of bullies, spivs, snobs and of course, the star, Betty the pig. TIME Tue 7 – Sat 11 Mar | 7.30pm Sat 11 Mar | 2.30pm TICKETS Tue Eve & Sat Mat £17.50, £13.50 (concessions) Wed & Thu £17.50, Fri & Sat £19.50 WEDNESDAY 15 & THURSDAY 16 MARCH AM AM
  27. 27. 27BOX OFFICE 01543 412121 LOCAL THEATRE TUESDAY 25 – SATURDAY 29 APRIL Lichfield Garrick Youth Theatre presents: LEGALLY BLONDE When sorority sister Elle gets dumped, she is left with only one logical choice; she packs up her pooch and bags herself a place at Harvard Law School to try and win back her man. TIME Tue 25 – Sat 29 April | 7.30pm Sat 29 April | 2.30pm TICKETS Tue – Thu £18, £13 (students) Fri & Sat Mat £19, £15 (students) Sat Eve £20 M A TUESDAY 2 – SATURDAY 6 MAY Brownhills Musical Theatre Company presents: 9 TO 5 Music and lyrics by Dolly Parton and book by Patricia Resnick. Set in the late 1970s, this hilarious story of friendship and revenge in the rolodex era is outrageous, thought- provoking and even a little romantic. TIME Tue 2 – Sat 6 May | 7.30pm Sat 6 May | 2.30pm TICKETS Tue Eve & Sat Mat £19.50, Wed – Sat £21 M A 27BOX OFFICE 01543 412121 TUESDAY 18 – SATURDAY 22 APRIL Lichfield Operatic Society presents: ANNIE Annie warms the hearts of the audience as we witness her rise from next-to-nothing in New York City. Features a wonderful score, including Easy Street, Hard Knock Life and Tomorrow. TIME Tue 18 – Sat 22 Apr | 7.30pm Sat 22 Apr | 2.30pm TICKETS Tue & Wed £19, £16.50 (under 16) Thu £20, £16.50 (under 16) Fri & Sat £21, £16.50 (under 16) Sat Mat £18, £16.50 (under 16) WEDNESDAY 17 & THURSDAY 18 MAY South Staffordshire College & Momentum Performing Arts presents: ONCE ON THIS ISLAND This contemporary adaptation of The Little Mermaid tells the tale of fantastical gods who rule an island and guide a young peasant girl on a quest to test the strength of her love against the powerful forces of prejudice, hatred and death. TIME 7.45pm TICKETS £9.50, £6.50 (students) S A AM
  29. 29. 29BOX OFFICE 01543 412121 NEXT SEASON HIGHLIGHTS SATURDAY 20 MAY VENTOUX A restaging of the epic rivalry between Lance Armstrong and Marco Pantani on the fearsome Mont Ventoux in the 2000 Tour de France. TIME 7.45pm TICKETS £12, £10 (students) SATURDAY 20 MAY THE OPERA BOYS Leading men from London’s West End combine in a powerhouse of vocal harmony to deliver a stunning blend of music ranging from Opera to Pop, and everything in between. TIME 7.30pm TICKETS £20 SATURDAY 27 MAY MISTER MAKER Join CBeebies’ Mister Maker in his hit live theatre tour! With a fabulous supporting cast and art at its heart, this fantastic live show encourages Mini Makers and grown-ups to sing, dance and make some noise! TIME 10am, 1pm & 4pm TICKETS £15.50, £13 (child) WEDNESDAY 24 MAY RORY BREMNER: PARTLY POLITICAL Britain’s best-known satirical impressionist is back! With Trump, Boris and Brexit fresh in the memory, Rory’s on a mission to make sense (and nonsense) of it all. TIME 7.30pm TICKETS £20, £18 (students) WEDNESDAY 17 & THURSDAY 18 MAY ODDSOCKS ROMEO & JULIET There’s Nowhere To Run To for the Capulets and Montagues as violent confrontation stalks every meeting. Romeo meets his Juliet and It Must Be Love. Maybe, just maybe, The Power Of Love will end the families’ violent feud. TIME 7.30pm TICKETS £19.50, £14.50 (students) £10 (schools) FRIDAY 19 MAY THE BIG CHRIS BARBER BAND Join British Jazz legend Chris Barber OBE and his band as they celebrate 100 Years of Jazz, performing favourites like Bourbon Street Parade, Jubilee Stomp, When the Saints Go Marching In and many more. TIME 7.30pm TICKETS £23.50 M M M S M M F F perfect for schools family show P
  31. 31. 31BOX OFFICE 01543 412121 SCHOOLS AND TEACHERS Drama Teachers Network Group If you are a drama or performing arts teacher then why not join us here at the Lichfeld Garrick for this new termly teachers meeting. We will bring teachers together at the theatre to network, share practice, discuss the programme, schools workshops and learning offers. If you would like to get involved please contact tim.ford@lichfieldgarrick.com Dates of Meetings: 8 February, 6pm, Studio Theatre 24 May, 6pm, Studio Theatre Drama Workshops Themed around our shows, workshops can take place in your school or here at our theatre. Look out for the ‘education’ badge next to applicable shows throughout the brochure. Special offer: purchase 30 or more tickets to a show and receive a half price workshop for your school or college. We also offer a wide range of bespoke workshops for key stages 1- 6 to support the national curriculum. GET INVOLVEDYOUR THEATRE, YOUR CHOICE Looking for a new challenge to start your 2017? Why not get involved with Your Theatre. Do you love to perform, are you a teacher looking for new ways to engage your students or are you simply looking for a fresh challenge and to make new friends? GET IN TOUCH To find out more about all our opportunities email education@ lichfieldgarrick.com or call our box office on 01543 412121 FOLLOW US Join us on Facebook and Twitter for news, exclusive behind the scenes insights and special offers! LichfieldGarrickTheatre @The_Garrick E Education newsletter More information about our workshops, as well as our work experience programme and backstage tours, can be found in our brand new schools’ newsletter. Download now from lichfield- garrick.com/For-Schools new GET INVOLVED VOLUNTEER VOLUN Our dedicated team of volunteers provide invaluable support to our theatre, from ushering to assisting our marketing team and getting involved with community projects. Volunteering is such a special and fun experience, you can learn new skills, keep active and get involved in your local community. You can even increase your employability and discover more about a career in the arts. Our volunteers must be at least 16 years of age and you can give as much time as you are able. THE LICHFIELD GARRICK COMMUNITY CHOIR Our Community Choir is open to all ages - no previous singing experience necessary. From pop to classical, musical theatre, acapella and jazz – we’ll cover all the classics and more! The group meet weekly on Thursdays at 6.00 - 7.30pm, from Thursday 19th January and costs £55 per term. Call our Box Office to book your place. WE’RE STUCK! Numbers and Robots make this the perfect educational show for pupils aged 7 – 11. See page 18 for more details.
  32. 32. 32 WWW.LICHFIELDGARRICK.COM Do you want to: Raise the profile of your business? Engage with the 100,000 plus customers who visit the Garrick annually? Entertain clients, potential clients and reward staff? Support your local community? Take advantage of tax breaks for charity giving? Then call the Lichfield Garrick for more details email garrick@lichfieldgarrick.com or call 01543 412110 SPONSORSHIP AND CORPORATE ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS BUSINESS LICHFIELD GARRICK PRINCIPAL PARTNER GARRICK CARES PARTNER LICHFIELD GARRICK COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES SUPPORTER
  33. 33. 33BOX OFFICE 01543 412121 HIRE US HIRE US“THERE’S NO BUSINESS LIKE SHOW BUSINESS” Bring a touch of glamour to your events – put the MD centre stage and turn on the spotlight. Put your sales team target meeting into a swanky bar and buy the winners tickets to see the show. Entertain clients, thank customers, court buyers… at the theatre we can make magic happen. A magician at your AGM? Or a team of actors explaining your next big product to the sales team? Why be boring, explore the possibilities at the Lichfield Garrick theatre. Our 550 seat auditorium, fully flexible 150 seat Studio theatre and more spaces including the Upper Bar, combine to offer venues for Conferences, Breakfast Meetings, Evening and Daytime Events and Board Meetings. We also offer full technical support, presentation equipment and catering is available to suit your budget. Day delegate rates, evening packages or hourly room hire rates are available. To find out more email matthew.clay@lichfieldgarrick.com or call 01543 412110
  34. 34. 34 WWW.LICHFIELDGARRICK.COM P LG Tamworth Street Station Road Bus Station M arket Street Bird Street St.JohnStreetA51 LG Lichfield City Rail Station Birm ingham Road G r esleyRow GeorgeLane Greenhill Backcester Lane A5127 Birmingham Road B readmark etStreet B ore Street G arrick Sq. Bore Street W ade Street Frog Lane Station Road A5127 Baker’s Lane P P P P P P LG Tamworth Street Station Road Bus Station M arket Street Bird Street St.JohnStreetA51 LG Lichfield City Rail Station Birm ingham Road G r esleyRow GeorgeLane Greenhill Backcester Lane A5127 Birmingham Road B readmark etStreet B ore Street G arrick Sq. Bore Street W ade Street Frog Lane Station Road A5127 Baker’s Lane P P P P P MAIN AUDITORIUM M Accessible Seating Possible obstructed view. Call Box Office for more information HOW TO FIND US CIRCLE G 1-20 F 1-19 E 1-18 D 1-23 C 1-24 B 1-25 A 1-24 R 1-7 STAGE O 1-22 P 10-19 Q 1-9 P 20-22 BOX3 1-3 BOX2 1-4 BOX1 1-4 1-6 21-22 B 1-20 C 1-21 D 1-25 E 1-24 F 1-25 H 1-25 J 1-25 L 1-25 M 1-24 N 1-23 G 1-24 I 1-24 K 1-24 1-3 1-4 1-4 BOX6 BOX5 BOX4 P 1-9 A 1-19 STALLS STUDIO S PERFORMANCE AREA E 12-30 D 10-25 C 9-21 B 7-16 A 6-13 A1-5 B1-6 B17-22 C1-8 C22-29 D1-7 D28-34 D 8-9 E9-11 E1-8 F1-10 F11-15 E34-41 E31-33 D 26-27 High backed stoolsAccessible Seating SEATING PLANS/HOW TO FIND US SEATING PLANS LICHFIELD GARRICK CAR PARK RAILWAY BUS P LG BUS 5 minute walk from Lichfield Town Centre Bus Station. Lichfield, Burntwood, Tamworth and surrounding villages are served by several local services. TRAIN 5 minute walk from Lichfield City Railway Station. Lichfield Trent Valley is approximately a 20 minute walk. CAR The A38 and A5 link at Lichfield and provide access to the Midlands motorway network: M42, M50, M40, M5, M6, M6 Toll and the M1. PARKING Parking is available in the Birmingham Road multi-storey car park, directly behind the Lichfield Garrick. Prices start from £1.00 per hour and it’s free to park after 6.30pm. Please use postcode WS13 6HP for satellite navigation. Other car parks are located across the city centre. For more information please visit www.lichfielddc.gov.uk
  35. 35. 35BOX OFFICE 01543 412121 HOW TO BOOK YOU CAN BOOK IN ONE OF FOUR WAYS: ONLINE: You can book your tickets online 24/7 using your debit or credit card, simply visit www.lichfieldgarrick.com. Choose your seats and print your tickets at home! £1 booking fee applies. IN PERSON: The Box Office is located in the Lichfield Garrick foyer and is open Monday to Saturday 11am – 5pm and until 9.30pm on performance days. BY PHONE: Call the Lichfield Garrick Box Office on: 01543 412121. Open Monday to Saturday 11am – 5pm and until 9.30pm on performance days. BY POST: Please make cheques payable to Lichfield Garrick Theatre and send to: The Box Office, Lichfield Garrick, Castle Dyke, Lichfield WS13 6HR. Please remember to state how many tickets you require and for which performance and include £1 for postage. Please include a telephone number as tickets are subject to availability. Exchange/Refund Policy We only offer refunds in exceptional circumstances and by arrangement with the Box Office Manager. If you are unable to attend a performance that is fully booked and has a waiting list we may offer to re-sell your ticket for a nominal fee of £1 per ticket. We operate a ticket exchange service up to 48 hours prior to the performance and subject to availability, for a fee of £1 per ticket (excludes Friends of the Lichfield Garrick). TERMS AND CONDITIONS T&CS/ACCESSIBILITY/HOW TO BOOK ACCESSIBILITY 01. Tickets may not be exchanged or refunded once purchased. 02. Smoking in all areas of the Lichfield Garrick is strictly forbidden. 03. Only food and drink purchased on the premises may be consumed in the building. 04. Mobile telephones and digital watch alarms must be switched off in the auditorium at all times. The use of camera or recording equipment is strictly forbidden. 05. In the interests of other patrons, babes in arms are not usually admitted. Exceptions may be made for pantomime and certain children’s performances, when prior arrangements should be made with the Box Office. 06. Due to Fire Regulations, all patrons, including babes in arms, must be in possession of a valid ticket before entering the auditorium. Tickets must be purchased, irrespective of the age of the child. 07. The Management reserves the right to refuse admission of the ticket holder to the premises. The Management reserves the right to request the ticket holder to leave the premises and to take any appropriate action to enforce such a request. 08. Latecomers will not be admitted until after the interval, or until a suitable break in the performance. Latecomers, if admitted, may be required to occupy alternative seats. Strictly no late admittance to Studio performances. 09. The Management may alter or vary the programme, artistes and timings without consultation or compensation. 10. If the performance is cancelled for reasons beyond the control of the Management, the Lichfield Garrick will not be liable for compensation whatsoever, other than a possible percentage or maximum refund of the value of the ticket to the ticket holder. 11. In the event of an evacuation of the theatre, Patrons are asked to leave the building by the nearest fire exit and wait on the grassed area by the Multi-Storey Car Park until further instructions are given. Every attempt will be made to resume the performance as soon as possible. Cancellation would be highly unlikely. 12. Information and prices in this brochure were correct at the time of going to press, please check details when booking your tickets. Unforeseen circumstances may result in changes to the published programme and artists. Show timings, if given, are for guidance only and may vary in performance. 13. If there is a seating issue please report this to the Duty Manager during your visit. Lichfield Garrick Theatre, Castle Dyke, Lichfield WS13 6HR Box Office 01543 412121 Administration 01543 412110 Email garrick@lichfieldgarrick.com www.lichfieldgarrick.com The Lichfield Garrick Theatre Ltd | Registered in England and Wales No: 07972082 | Registered Charity No: 1147697 Wheelchair spaces are available and should be reserved with the Box Office when booking tickets so we can ensure all seating requirements are met. For professional shows an accompanying escort may also be brought if assistance is required, charged at 50% of an adult ticket price. There is lift access within the building and ramped access to the Green Room as well as adapted toilets. Seeing and hearing dogs are welcome, please inform the box office to ensure seating is appropriate. Both theatres are equipped with an Infra-red system to assist the hearing and impaired. Receivers can be reserved from the Box Office for use with or without hearing aids. If you require further assistance please contact the Box Office.
  36. 36. LICHFIELD GARRICK THEATRE, CASTLE DYKE, LICHFIELD WS13 6HR DIARY Jan 7 Garrick Guided Tour 1pm Jan 13 Lee Hurst Comedy Show No.9 7.30pm Jan 14 The Simon Garfunkel Story • SOLD OUT • Jan 19 - 21 Basil Co: The Comedy Dinner Show • SOLD OUT • Jan 20 Comedy 42 7.30pm Jan 27 TEN 7.30pm Jan 28 Quill 7.30pm JANUARY 2017 M M M Apr 2 Pasha Kovalev: Let’s Dance The Night Away 7.30pm Apr 7 Sheila’s MHS Show 7.45pm Apr 8 Elkie Brooks 7.30pm Apr 9 The Sounds Of The Glenn Miller Era 7.30pm Apr 11 The Emperor’s New Clothes 3pm Apr 11 - 15 Haywire Apr 12 Dick Dom Live! Apr 14 Mercury 7.30pm Apr 15 Garrick Guided Tour 1pm Apr 18 - 22 Annie Apr 21 Comedy 42 7.30pm Apr 22 Lichfield Garrick Choir Concert 7.45pm Apr 23 Mozart Clarinet Quintet Crusell Quartet 3pm Apr 25 - 29 Legally Blonde Apr 28 The Theatrical Newton 7.45pm APRIL 2017 11am 2pm 2.30pm 7.45pm 2.30pm 7.30pm 2.30pm 7.30pm S F F M S M M F M AS M M S F S S M A M A S M 10am, 1pm 4pm May 5 Duets For Django 7.45pm May 2 - 6 9 to 5 May 9 Ian Waite And Natalie Lowe: Somewhere In Time • SOLD OUT • May 10 - 11 The Tiger Who Came To Tea May 12 Comedy 42 7.30pm May 15 - 16 Horrible Histories: The Best Of Barmy Britain May 17 - 18 Once On This Island 7.45pm May 17 - 18 Oddsocks Romeo Juliet May 19 The Big Chris Barber Band 7.30pm May 20 The Opera Boys 7.30pm May 20 Ventoux 7.45pm May 24 Rory Bremner: Partly Political 7.30pm May 27 Mister Maker MAY 2017 10.30am, 1.30pm 4.30pm 7.30pm 2pm 7pm 2.30pm 7.30pm M S THEATRE L ICHFIELD GAR RICK THEATRE L ICHFIELD GAR RICK S M A M F M F M M S F M AS Mar 3 The Barron Knights 7.30pm Mar 4 ELO Again 7.30pm Mar 7 - 11 Betty Blue Eyes Mar 10 Music Through The Decades 7.45pm Mar 11 Chicken Licken Mar 14 Peter Alliss 7.30pm Mar 15 - 16 The Wizard Of Oz 7pm Mar 17 Comedy 42 7.30pm Mar 17 - 18 Dong Ding Murder Me On High! 7.30pm Mar 18 Meet Fred 7.45pm Mar 21 - 25 Invincible Mar 22 - 25 We’re Stuck! Mar 28 - Apr 1 Made in Dagenham Mar 30 - Apr 1 Cymbeline 7.45pm MARCH 2017 1.30pm 3.30pm 2.30pm 7.30pm M M M A S S M M A S F S THEATRE L ICHFIELD GAR RICK THEATRE L ICHFIELD GAR RICK M A S S10.30am 1.30pm M F2.30pm 7.30pm 2.30pm 7.30pm M Feb 1 - 4 Dad's Army Feb 3 Them Heavy People: Kate Bush Tribute Band 7.45pm Feb 4 Lady Chatterley’s Lover Feb 8 - 9 Jim Davidson: 40 Years On 7.30pm Feb 5 Showtime 2017 2.30pm Feb 10 Money For Nothing 7.30pm Feb 11 Garrick Guided Tour 1pm Feb 11 Bromance 7.30pm Feb 13 - 15 Northanger Abbey Feb 16 Balletboyz® : Young Men 7.30pm Feb 17 Comedy 42 7.30pm Feb 17 - 18 Frankenstein 7.30pm Feb 18 Chopping Chillies Feb 23 Don’t Dribble On The Dragon 2.30pm Feb 24 Barbara Dickson: UK Tour 2017 7.30pm Feb 24 Burton Feb 25 The Jungle Book 7.30pm Feb 28 - Mar 4 Waiting For Godot 7.45pm FEBRUARY 2017 S 2.30pm 7.30pm S M A 2.30pm 7.45pm 2.30pm 7.30pm 7.45pm A AS M F M M M F M S F F M F M M FS M F THEATRE L ICHFIELD GAR RICK THEATRE L ICHFIELD GAR RICK THEATRE L ICHFIELD GAR RICK THEATRE L ICHFIELD GAR RICK S THEATRE L ICHFIELD GAR RICK THEATRE L ICHFIELD GAR RICK 7.45pm KEY TO SYMBOLS F M S A Main Auditorium Studio Friends Offers Amateur Shows Garrick Introducing Garrick300 THEATRE LIC HFIELD GARRI CK THEATRE LIC HFIELD GARRI CK