JANUARY TO MARCH 2019 1
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If you love the Festive Season celebrations and dread the thought of the end of parties as you sweep away the last of the New Year party poppers, fear not! The Palace Theatre has yet two more panto’s in January to lighten your mood!
Families and young audiences are extremely well catered for with a range of shows aimed at different ages. Pop Divas Live in the half term should be ideal for young pop fans, whilst Twirlywoos should be a hit for parents with pre-school children. Families who enjoy reading together will no doubt enjoy the live stage version of The Tiger Who Came to Tea.
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A word of warning, Swan Lake is scheduled and early booking for this extremely popular classical ballet is essential! Music resonates through the building all year round and this season is no exception. We are delighted to host original artists The Searchers on their farewell tour and Showaddywaddy who make a welcome return. Musical Theatre fans will be pleased to know that Mansfield Operatic Society are performing Guys and Dolls and Funky Studios are staging a relatively new work, Dog Fight. From the rock music of Ghost Train to the traditional sounds of the Carlton Main Frickley Colliery Band, hopefully you will find some great live music to enjoy. Finally, back to celebrations, why not join the Jinlong Culture and Performing Arts in their celebration of the Chinese New Year? Happy theatregoing!
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And if panto’s are not your thing, we have loads of other great entertainment that we hope will impress. If it’s laughter you’re after, Oddsocks return with Robin Hood and the Revolting Peasants in February as well as Music Hall Tavern and Waiting for Gateaux.
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THURSDAY 7 FEBRUARY Time: Tickets: Duration: Venue:
7.30pm £21 All Seats Approx. 2hrs 20mins Palace Theatre, Main Stage
FRIDAY 8 FEBRUARY Time: Tickets: Duration: Venue:
7.30pm £22 Full / £21 Concs. Approx. 2hrs 20mins Palace Theatre, Main Stage
The Legends of American Country The Legends of American Country returns for another fantastic night of toe-tapping Country classics. The evening pays tribute to Dolly Parton, Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard, Tammy Wynette and Kenny Rogers plus Willie Nelson, Charley Pride, Patsy Cline, Glen Campbell and Don Williams. Countless hits songs will be performed in this must-see extravaganza, featuring four fantastic singers who are backed by the superb Keltic Storm band and coupled with an authentic stage set that will transport you all the way to Nashville and back!
The Lionel Richie Songbook Following recent TV appearances on the BBC’s Graham Norton Show and ITV’s Sunday Night at The Palladium with the man himself, Malcolm Pitt delivers a powerhouse and breathtaking performance as the iconic Lionel Richie in this must-see theatre production. Includes Easy, Say You Say Me, Stuck on You, Dancing on the Ceiling, Three Times a Lady, Hello, All Night Long and many more of the greatest hits. The show contains a stellar line-up of world class musicians including Talon’s Jonny Miller.
SATURDAY 9 FEBRUARY Time: Tickets: Duration: Venue:
7.30pm £25 Full / £24 Concs. Approx. 2hrs 20mins Palace Theatre, Main Stage
SUNDAY 10 FEBRUARY Time: Tickets: Duration: Venue: 4
7.30pm £20.50 Full / £16 Concs. Block Bookers: Buy 10 tickets and get the 11th free Approx. 2hrs 20mins Palace Theatre, Main Stage
Lee Memphis King Lee Memphis King, Europe’s most successful Elvis Presley tribute artist, recreates the essence of the King with consummate ease and an almost unbelievable combination of stunningly accurate vocals and incredible passion in every performance. This brand new production is dedicated entirely to the Vegas Years and is enhanced by an orchestra of world class musicians and backing vocalists, coupled with impressive video screen projection mapping out Elvis’s life and music.
Music Hall Tavern The UK’s premier comedy drag show is back with a brand new, hilarious, fabulous and glamorous show! Whatever your age, come along and join Mrs T and the ‘girls’ for a truly magnificent night of dazzling costumes, side-splitting laughter and a cast of unique characters singing and dancing all night long. Starring the sensational Paul Carroll as Mrs T, Lee Sanderson as Peggy Lee and featuring the Showcase International Dancers. 5
Sam will be joined on stage by creator of Vampires Rock, Steve Steinman, plus a full cast of dancers, singers and musicians.
SATURDAY 16 FEBRUARY
Touring across the country to celebrate the biggest festive event on the Chinese calendar, Chinese New Year Extravaganza features a team of performers showcasing amazing Chinese performing arts. From the cheerful spirit of the auspicious Lion Dance, to the awe-inspiring contortion, the show is a colourful display of Chinese cultural tradition.
7.30pm £20 Full / £18 Concs. / £16 Child / Family of Four £64 Block bookers: Buy 10 tickets and get the 11th free Approx. 2hrs 20mins Palace Theatre, Main Stage
This hilarious musical concert lives up to its rocking reputation. A tongue in cheek story, spellbinding cast, guitar gods and sexy vampettes take you on a ride through some of the greatest eighties classic rock anthems ever, including tracks from Queen, AC/DC, Meat Loaf, Journey, Guns n Roses and many more.
SUNDAY 17 FEBRUARY
X Factor winner Sam Bailey is getting her teeth into a rocker of a show when she takes the role of the Vampire Queen.
Come and join the celebration as Chinese New Year comes to Mansfield with a unique and exciting cultural spectacle.
and the Revolting Peasants
4.00pm & 8.00pm £28.50 All Seats Block bookers: Buy 10 tickets and get the 11th free Approx. 2hrs 40mins Palace Theatre, Main Stage
Steve Steinman’s Vampires featuring Sam Bailey
Chinese New Year Extravaganza
FRIDAY 15 FEBRUARY Time: Tickets:
7.00pm £18 Full / £17 Concs. / Family of Four £66
Pay Now Save Now: Save 50p per ticket if booked and paid for by 05/01/19
Approx. 2hrs 10mins Duration: Palace Theatre, Main Stage Venue: Age Suitability: Suitable for ages 6yrs+ due to understanding the storyline
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Oddsocks bring their trademark humour, fast-paced action and live music to the legend that is Robin Hood! Join Robin, Little John, Maid Marion and of course Friar Tuck as they take on some of their hardest challenges to date: a conniving king, a sinister sheriff and a downtrodden village of peasants who’s ‘get up and go’ has got up and gone. Can the merry band teach the baddies a lesson? The villagers to revolt? The world to sing? Find out in this legendary folk hero show for all the family.
Date:Wed 13 â€“ Thu 14 February Time:7.00pm Tickets:ÂŁ7.00 All Seats Duration:Approx. 1hr 35mins
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Thursday 21 - Friday 22 February 7.30pm ÂŁ3 Full / ÂŁ2 Concs. Approx. 2hrs 40mins Palace Theatre, Main Stage
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Mansfield Palace Senior Youth Theatre presents this wonderful musical play version by composer Jimmy Jewell and writer Nick Stimson. Be amused while Tinkerbell and Wendy fight for the affections of Peter, share in the fears of the Lost Children, revel in the Pirates dreadful deeds, be fearful for Tiger Lily, cheer the triumphant Peter and the demise of Hook. Jewellâ€™s score includes songs such as An Awfully Big Adventure and You Must Believe in Magic which are sure to entice and capture you, taking you into the heart of the story. Originally commissioned and produced by Youth Music Theatre UK in August 2008 at the Barbican Theatre, Plymouth.
Each year, ShowFest brings together a spectacular collection of dance, music, drama and film. Inspire Youth Arts ShowFest project works with over 400 young people every year for several months in preparation for this show. Performed by young people from across Nottinghamshire of various abilities and experience, ShowFest has everything from hip hop to rock and pop, street dance, contemporary dance, film, drama and comedy, all woven together to entertain. The performances will be accessible and will be signed. Tickets go on sale at 10.00am on Monday 17 December For more info contact Inspire Youth Arts on 01623 644377 or go to www.inspireculture.org.uk/IYA
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Wednesday 27 February - Saturday 2 March 7.30pm plus 2.30pm Saturday Matinee ÂŁ12 All Seats
Block Bookers: Buy 10, get 11th free
Duration: Approx. 2hrs 20mins Venue: Palace Theatre, Main Stage Age Suitability:
The health club where you can have your cake and eat it! Masque Productions follow up their hugely successful production of Dirty Dusting with another slice of comedy from Ed Waugh and Trevor Wood. Mo-tivators is the worst health and fitness club in the country. Jackie comes to get away from her philandering husband and sheâ€™s started to bring her sister Whitney along .Â Donald comes because he secretly loves Maureen â€“ heâ€™s lost 12 stone so far â€“ if he doesnâ€™t ask her out soon thereâ€™ll be nothing left of him! Things seem to be on the up when Sophie, a TV researcher, comes to check out the club but when a snowstorm arrives it brings with it revelations which will change their lives forever in this comedy about friendship, frostbite and french fries.
Wednesday 6 - Sunday 10 March Wednesday to Saturday at 7.15pm plus 2.30pm Weekend Matinees Tickets: ÂŁ14 All Seats Duration: Approx. 2hrs 45mins Venue: Palace Theatre, Main Stage Set on Manhattan Island, New York, Guys and Dolls is an oddball romantic comedy involving the most unlikely pairings made up of two high-rolling gangsters, a missionary and a showgirl. Guys and Dolls takes us from the bustle of Times Square to a dance club in Havana and into the sewers of New York as it demonstrates the lengths some â€˜Guys â€™ will go to when they truly fall in love with a â€˜Doll.â€™ This show features memorable tunes including the hilarious Adelaide's Lament, the roma ntic I've Never Been in Love Before, the rousing Sit Down you're Rocking the Boat, and the classic Luck be a Lady. The musical is based on novels by Damon Runyon, adapted for Broadway by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows with music and lyrics by Frank Loesser.
Tuesday 19 - Wednesday 20 March 7.30pm ÂŁ11 All Seats / Family of Four ÂŁ40 Block Bookers: Buy 10 tickets and get the 11th free Duration: Approx. 2hrs 30mins Venue: Palace Theatre, Main Stage
It's a dismal day at the Addams family's mansion, with the ever-approaching storm clouds reflecting the gloomy atmosphere that has beset the household. Daughter Wednesday, now eighteen years old, has found herself experiencing a surprising new sensation, one that frightens both her and her family: she has fallen in love. Lucas Beineke, the object of her affections, comes from a seemingly normal family, and he and his parents Mal and Alice are on their way to the Addams' estate to become better acquainted with the family over dinner. As they learn to relate to the Beinekes and cope with Wednesday's romance, one thing is certain: the Addams family will never be the same. The New Youth Theatre concept is simple. Children between the ages of 3-17 years are taught how to develop and improve their performing arts skills whilst rehearsing for a fully staged musical each term. This unique approach to musical theatre brings children of all ages together to enjoy learning new skills, have fun and be on-stage! To join the energetic cast call: 01623 406284 or visit www.newyouththeatre.co.uk/mansfield
Date: Friday 22 - Saturday 23 March Time: 7.30pm Tickets: ÂŁ15 Full / ÂŁ10 Concs. Duration: Approx. 2hrs 20mins Venue: Palace Theatre, Main Stage Age Suitability: Suitable for ages 16yrs+ due to nature of content and strong language
With music and lyrics by multi-award-winning songwriting duo, Pasek and Paul (The Greatest Showman), and book by Peter Duchan, this hauntingly beautiful musical is based on the 1991 Warner Bros film of the same name. The year is 1963 and a group of young marines decide to celebrate their last night before they ship off to Vietnam with a cruel game they call a â€˜dogfightâ€™ - each man sets out to find the â€˜ugliestâ€™ girl in town and bring her to a party where she will be judged. Corporal Eddie Birdlace is running out of time to find a date when he encounters idealistic waitress, Rose Finney who rewrites the rules of the game and teaches him the power of compassion. Dogfight offers a wonderful lesson in humanity and promises to take audiences on a romantic and heart-breaking journey, which will remain with you long after you leave the theatre.
TUESDAY 19 FEBRUARY Schools and Colleges
The latest schools’ pack is available, offerin g a wide range of activities and workshops. We offer curriculum-based workshops, including ‘Visit Your Theatre’ for Key Stages 1-4, or we can build a bespoke project for you. Mansfield Palace is also an Arts Award Suppo rter. For more information and to download a Schools’ Pack visit our website: https://www.mansfieldpalace.co.uk/Educa tion/Schools.aspx or contact the Education Manager.
Robin Hood at Oak Tree Primary School
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If you wish to sponsor our work in schools and the community, please contact the Education Manager for further information and package options.
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THURSDAY 28 FEBRUARY Time: Tickets: Duration: Venue:
Education @ Mansfield Palace and Inspire Youth Arts @ The Old Librar y invite you to join their primary and secondary schoo l Forum for Mansfield and the surrounding areas. Contact the Education Manager for more information. Work in schools this year is supported by Mansfield Garage Doors and Mansfield Educational Foundation, Charity No: 528260
First session free!
Junior Youth Theatre (Drama & music) for 5-7 years Saturday 9.00am - 10.30am
Classes available at Mansfield Palace The atre
Baby Ballet – Classes for up to 5 years old Mondays 10.00am and Thursdays 10.00am,
Tel: 01623 412921 Email: email@example.com @EducAtThePalace f: Education at Mansfield Palace
Making Theatre – Drama for 19yrs+, run by Adult Community Learning, Vision West Nottinghamshire College Thursdays 1.00pm - 3.00pm
Christopher Neil, Education Manager
11.00am and 12.45pm
for 8-12 years Saturday 11.00am - 1.00pm Seniors group for 12-15 years Friday 6.00pm - 8.30pm Chapter 4 Mansfield Palace Theatre’s Young Company for 16-19 years Wednesday 6.00pm - 8.00pm Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 01623 412927 for an application pack or download it from the website.
Pop Divas Live!
Get ready for the best songs from all your favourite female stars in one fabulous fun-packed Time: 3.00pm Tickets: £15 Full / £13 Concs. / Family of Four £52 tribute show. Pay Now Save Now: Save £1 per ticket if 'Little Mix' will cast some Black Magic and 'Taylor Swift' will Shake it Off as four enormously booked and paid for by 06/01/19 talented girls bring you up close and personal with the greatest female pop performers of today. Duration: Approx. 2hrs 'Meghan Trainor', 'Ariana Grande', 'Beyoncé' and 'Rihanna' will all be dropping in to the biggest Venue: Palace Theatre, Main Stage Pop Party ever, so make sure you’re there! With dazzling choreography and state of the art videos, this is the perfect pop concert experience for the little divas in your life.
Greg Russell and Ciaran Algar
7.45pm £14 All Seats Approx. 1hr 50mins Palace Theatre, Studio
Two time BBC Folk Award winners Greg Russell and Ciaran Algar released their debut album in 2012. Numerous tours followed as the duo developed their stage craft, becoming one of the most sought after young acts on the English Folk Scene. Both come from musical households; Algar became All Ireland Champion and All Britain Champion on numerous occasions before the age of 16. Russell began his career as a solo musician, supporting acts such as Karine Polwart and Lau.
TUESDAY 12 MARCH
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1.30pm £13 Full / £11 Child / Family of Four £44 Block Bookers: Buy 10, get the 11th Free Approx. 55mins (no interval) Palace Theatre, Main Stage
From the producers of The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show and Sarah and Duck Live on Stage comes another enchanting show for young audiences.
The Twirlywoos are setting sail around the UK to welcome young fans along for a theatrical adventure. Expect mischief, music and plenty of surprises as they share the delight of discovery. With beautifully inventive puppetry the show promises a cast full of all your favourite characters from the hit TV show.
WEDNESDAY 13 MARCH
The Good Old Days of Variety
THURSDAY 14 MARCH
SATURDAY 16 MARCH
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Carlton Main Frickley Colliery Band
7.00pm £15.50 Full / £14.50 Concs. / Family of Four £56 Approx. 2hrs Palace Theatre, Main Stage
Carlton Main Frickley Colliery Band are well known in the brass band world. Established in 1884 in the small mining village of South Elmsall, West Yorkshire, the band has won nearly every major title including European Champions, British Open Champions, BBC Best of Brass and many more. This is your chance to see the Yorkshire Champions of 2013 and feature band of BBC’s Songs of Praise.
Starring the legendary Houghton Weavers, with their unique blend of popular folk music, humour and songs to sing along with. With a full supporting company, live musicians and speciality act Andy Eastwood. Also starring comedy legend Jimmy Cricket!
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7.30pm £23.50 Full / £22.50 Concs. Approx. 2hrs 30mins Palace Theatre, Main Stage
After a career spanning more than 50 years, The Searchers present their Farewell Tour. With classic hits such as Sweets for my Sweet, Needles and Pins, and When you Walk in the Room, The Searchers have contributed enormously in establishing the UK as the world’s leading nation in the music industry. The concert includes all of their many hits, original album recordings and a selection of other well-known favourites.
Get ready for an unforgettable evening with a global superstar, as he puts the Boom Boom into your heart. From the Wham classics of the new pop revival to the chart-topping success of the eighties album Faith, plus the awesome tunes of the nineties and noughties. This is a spellbinding experience you don’t want to miss. You’ll be getting up (to get down) to all your favourite songs: Careless Whisper, Freedom, Faith, Father Figure, Outside, Jesus to a Child and more.
Featuring new choreography by Artistic Director Christopher Moore and over 120 new costumes and stunning sets this production promises to provide you with a new look at the classic tale and leave you with a new love for Swan Lake.
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The Tiger Who Came to Tea a musical play adapted & directed by DAVID WOOD based on the book by JUDITH KERR
‘This Tiger is the cat’s meow’
This show is not affiliated with or endorsed by George Michael or his estate.
ILLUSTRATIONS COPYRIGHT © KERR-KNEALE PRODUCTIONS LTD 1968
Approx. 2hrs 20mins Palace Theatre, Main Stage
7.30pm £24.50 Full / £23.50 Concs. Approx. 2hrs Palace Theatre, Main Stage
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Tue 26 March at 1.30pm & 4.30pm, Wed 27 March at 10.30am & 1.30pm £13 Full / Family of Four £49. Buy 10+ £8.50 each. Buy 25+ £7.50 each. Approx. 55mins (no interval) Palace Theatre, Main Stage
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! Join the tea-guzzling tiger 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!
TUE 26 & WED 27 MARCH
Pay Now Save Now: Save £1 per ticket if booked and paid for by 26/01/19
A brand new nostalgia show, taking you back to the good old days of variety entertainment.
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Swan Lake remains one of the most enduring, moving and irreplaceable classical ballets due to its plot full of romance, sorcery and betrayal. Join Ballet Theatre UK for their spectacular new production of this timeless classic. The immortal tale tells of a princess held captive as a swan by the spell of an evil magician, a spell that can only be broken if a prince swears true love to her.
SUNDAY 24 MARCH
2.00pm £15.50 Full / £14.50 Concs. Block bookers: Buy 10 tickets and get the 11th free
The Tiger who Came to Tea
7.00pm £20 Full / £19 Concs. / £14 Child / Family of Four £60 Approx. 2hrs 30mins Palace Theatre, Main Stage
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Roy Orbison and the Traveling Wilburys Experience
Access for All
FRIDAY 29 MARCH
Booking with us
Everyone is welcome at Mansfield Palace Theatre and our Front of House team is available to assist patrons as required. Please note that wheelchair spaces and companion seats are not available to book online, and must be booked via the Box Office. Toilets
We have up to seven spaces on a first come, first served basis with companion seats available next to most of these spaces. Please specify your requirements at the time of booking.
Carers Discount Production contracts permitting, a discount of 50% will be issued to carers of registered disabled patrons. Please ask the Box Office for an Essential Companion Scheme Application Form. Assistance Dogs
Are welcome and water is provided upon request.
Designated parking is currently available on Toothill Lane and in Toothill Road car parks. Some spaces are available on Toothill Lane itself.
Time: 7.30pm Tickets: £23.50 Full / £21 Concs. Duration: Approx. 2hours Venue: Palace Theatre, Main Stage
This show will take you on a journey through the story of the Wilburys, with expert narrative and big screen action. Featuring tributes to Jeff Lynne, George Harrison, Tom Petty, Roy Orbison and Bob Dylan. Hear the Traveling Wilburys classics - Handle with Care, End of the Line and many more. Unique to this production are five authentic look and sound-alikes, enabling the show to explore solo hits including Mr Blue Sky and Pretty Woman. 14
Time: 7.30pm Tickets: £20.50 Full Duration: Approx. 2hrs Venue: Palace Theatre, Main Stage
We always accommodate two Sign Language Interpreted performances within our professional pantomime.
We always accommodate one relaxed performance within our professional pantomime and with Northern Ballet’s Short Ballet’s for Small People. A separate quiet space is made available with comfortable cushions and quiet activities are available.
A large print version of this brochure is available upon request. Formed in the 1970s in Leicester from several local bands, Showaddywaddy have sold more than 20 million records and have toured all corners of the world extensively. This show is dynamic and uplifting, featuring all the biggest hits, many of which reached number one in the pop charts across Europe. Under the Moon of Love, Three Steps to Heaven, Hey Rock and Roll, When, Blue Moon, Pretty Little Angel Eyes and many, many more. So come and join the Dancin’ Party. You’ve got what it takes.
For our Younger Patrons Breastfeeding friendly We are a breastfeeding friendly venue. If you prefer privacy, please ask the Front of House team.
Baby changing There are facilities in the disabled toilet in the foyer. Babies in the Auditorium Up to one year old, your baby can sit on your lap for free. Toddlers Aged one year and older, your child must have a purchased seat allocated alongside you. Booster Cushions Customers may bring their own booster cushion or car seat, with permission from the Front of House Manager. These MUST be removed in the event of a fire.
Pushchairs Pushchairs and buggies can be stored in Groucho’s at your own risk. However, space is limited.
Under 14s Under the age of 14 years old, you must be accompanied by an adult to be allowed into the auditorium.
If it’s just too much…
If the Theatre experience is just too much for your little one, quiet activities are available from the Front of House team. We are relying on parents being responsible to remove their child from the auditorium if he / she becomes upset so as not to spoil the enjoyment of others.
How to Book In Person Theatre Box Office, Palace Theatre, Leeming Street, Mansfield, Notts. NG18 1NG. By Telephone Call the Box Office on 01623 633133 during opening hours 10am – 5.30pm, Monday to Friday and to 1.30pm on Saturdays. For up to date hours according to shows, please visit the website. Visa / Mastercard / Maestro and Delta accepted. Tickets can be posted 2nd class up to 7 days prior to an event for 75p. Within 7 days of an event, tickets can be collected from the Box Office.
Online Available 24/7 by visiting www.mansfieldpalace.co.uk. The online booking fee is an external charge and is not retained by the Theatre.
Conditions of Purchase • The management reserves the right to: Make alterations to the advertised cast and programme without prior notice Refuse admission Provide alternative seats to those purchased • Latecomers may not be admitted until a suitable break in the performance. You will be asked to sit in the nearest available seat at the back of the Theatre. • Photographic, audio and video recording is strictly forbidden. This includes mobile phones. • During the performance, please ensure that all mobile devices are switched off. • Refunds can only be offered if we have made a mistake or if a performance has been cancelled. We will only undertake the re-sale of tickets for sold out performances. • Exchanges can be made up to 48 hours prior to the performance date. Tickets can be exchanged for an alternative performance or for a different production in this Theatre. A £4 administration fee will be charged.
Where available, these apply to a person who is: • Aged 16 or under or aged 60+ • A student in full time education • In receipt of unemployment benefits • A Mansfield District Leisure Trust card holder • Proof of eligibility may be required and cannot be applied retrospectively.
• A discount of 50% is available for carers of registered disabled patrons where production companies permit this. Please complete the Essential Companion Scheme application form, available from the Box Office. • No last minute discounts are offered by the Theatre directly.
Mansfield Palace Theatre reserves the right to vary the programme if deemed necessary and apologises for any inconvenience this may cause. All information correct at the time of going to print (November 2018).
THURSDAY 28 MARCH
• £1 per ticket is charged on all professional productions booked via the Box Office and Online. • There is no booking fee charged via the Box Office for Amateur Companies and Education work. However, the online booking fee still applies.
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What's on at Mansfield Palace Theatre January - March 2019