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JANUARY Thur 1 Fri 2 Thur 22 Fri 30 Sat 31

Aladdin 2.45 Aladdin 2.45 Ross Noble - Tangentleman 2015 8.00 The Johnny Cash Roadshow 7.30 Featuring Clive John Elkie Brooks - Live in Concert 7.30

FEBRUARY Sun 8 Spotlight Show Wed 11 Psychic Medium Tony Stockwell Buddy Holly’s Winter Dance Party Fri 13 Moscow State Circus Sat 14 Sun 15 Moscow State Circus 2.00 Moscow State Circus Sun 15 Wed 18 Agatha Christie’s Appointment with Death Thur 19 Agatha Christie’s Appointment with Death Fri 20 Agatha Christie’s Appointment with Death Sat 21 Agatha Christie’s 2.30 Appointment with Death Sat 21 Agatha Christie’s Appointment with Death Sun 22 LDN Wrestling Tues 24 Levellers Acoustic & ‘A Curious Life’ Fri 27 One Night of Elvis - Lee Memphis King Sat 28 Omid Djalili - Iranalamadingdong

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MARCH Mon 2-22 Mon 23 Fri 6 Sat 7 Sat 7 Wed 11 Fri 27 Sat 28 Sun 29 APRIL Thur 2 Fri 3 Sat 4 Sun 5 Mon 6 Fri 10 Sat 11 Sun 12 Fri 17 Sat 18 Sat 25 Wed 29 Thur 30

Isle of Wight Music, Dance & Drama Festival First Act Show 6.30 Be Bop a Lula 7.30 Alan Davies - Little Victories 6.00 Alan Davies - Little Victories 8.00 Classic Legends of Rock and Folk 7.30 Super Tour 2015 Gerry Cross the Mersey 7.30 Luke Jermay – Sixth Sense 8.00 Theatretrain 5.00

Evita Evita Evita Evita Evita 2.30 The Take That Experience Think Floyd Spotlight Show Seventies Glam Rock Seven Deadly Sins Four Deadly Sinners Jack Jones Origins Theatre - Warzone Origins Theatre - Warzone

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Welcome To help everyone to get through the Winter and into Spring we have programmed a variety of entertainment with some acts returning and a big welcome to several new ones. It is with enormous pleasure we welcome legendary american singing star Jack Jones, and top comedians Ross Noble and Omid Djalili, as well as the top new illusionist Luke Jermay. Alan Davies, Gerry Marsden and Elkie Brooks return after successful previous visits, and there is another Agatha Christie play on offer as well as The Island Savoyards presenting Evita. So hopefully we have something for one and all and we look forward to seeing you in 2015 Shanklin Theatre Prospect Road, Shanklin isle of wight po37 6aJ BOX OFFICE: 01983 868000 ADMIN: 01983 862739 Design by Laura Boynton -



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Ross Noble Tangentleman Following 14 sell-out tours, the king of improvisational comedy is back with another mind-blowing UK tour. Ross Noble will be showcasing his talent in brand new UK show, Tangentleman. With an on-stage presence like no other, his exuberance, spontaneity and cerebral style have established him as one of Britain’s best-loved comedians. The master surrealist uses an infinite imagination and plenty of tomfoolery, which is sure to have audiences in fits of laughter. THUR 22 JANUARY 8.00pm Tickets £25, Recommend 15+

The Johnny Cash Roadshow

Featuring Clive John The show takes the audience from the 1950s right up to 2002 and all the stops in between. All the greatest hits are included, along with songs from the latest album Out Among The Stars. All this accompanied by evocative screen images and shots from Johnny Cash’s life.

FRI 30 JANUARY 7.30pm Tickets £19.50


Elkie Brooks

Live in Concert

Quite simply one of the most successful and popular singers the UK has ever produced. Now in the 5th decade of her career, she is still proving to be one of the most powerful and versatile vocal talents of our generation. With numerous hit singles, million selling albums and awards, her annual tours are a treat for fans old and new. SAT 31 JANUARY 7.30pm Tickets £23

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Buddy Holly’s

Winter Dance Party Psychic Medium

Tony Stockwell It’s NOT creepy or kooky, mysterious or spooky. It’s Psychic Medium Tony Stockwell demonstrating his belief that those who have passed can communicate with their loved ones. Tony Stockwell is not a new kid on the block and during his 20 years working as a medium he has constantly worked to improve his game and push the boundaries of his communication. WED 11 FEBRUARY 7.30pm Tickets £19.50

In January 1959 Buddy Holly began a string of dates across the American mid-west. ‘ The Winter Dance Party Tour’ included Ritchie Valens, The Big Bopper, Dion and the Belmonts and of course Buddy himself. 54 years on from what was to prove to be Buddy’s, Ritchie’s and the Bopper’s final concerts we present a celebration of their music. FRI 13 FEBRUARY 7.30pm Tickets £16.50, Concessions £15

Moscow state Circus

An awe inspiring new show from the ‘World’s most famous circus’. Set in the mystical centre of Moscow’s cultural & artistic quarter, ‘PARK GORKOGO’ (Gorky Park) is the perfect back drop for what is undoubtedly the greatest and most famous circus on earth. Superstar clowns invite the audience to this wondrous and mysterious place, a place to romance, a place to stroll and take in Moscow at sunset and a place to see magnificent feats of human achievement, the like of which have never been witnessed in Great Britain before. SAT 14 FEBRUARY 8.00pm SUN 15 FEBRUARY 2.00pm SUN 15 FEBRUARY 5.00pm Tickets £22.50, Under 16 £15, Family Party Rate (2ad +2ch) £60

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WED 18, THUR 19, FRI 20, SAT 21 FEBRUARY 7.30pm SAT 21 FEBRUARY 2.30pm Tickets £10


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LDN Wrestling LDN wrestling returns after huge demand with a brand new 2015 show! A host of new faces from abroad will be battling it out in the squared circle with a team of top British favourites for two hours of non-stop fun action for all the family to enjoy. Featuring all the top names of LDN Wrestling including Alan Lee

Travis and 36 stone Barbarian Karl Krammer. Guaranteed an action packed show that will have the kids talking. Book your ticket early for the best ringside view.

SUN 22 FEBRUARY 6.00pm Tickets £14, Children £12

Levellers acoustic & ‘A curious life’

A screening of the new Levellers documentary film ‘A Curious Life’ followed by an acoustic TUE 24 FEBRUARY 7.30pm performance by the band. Tickets £22.50, Recommend 15+

One Night Of Elvis -

Lee Memphis King Back by popular demand! Lee Memphis King, Europe’s most successful Elvis Presley tribute artist presents the ultimate tribute to the King, celebrating the entire career of the musical legend. Accompanied by his world

class orchestra and singers and featuring large screen projection, this is the largest Elvis show to tour UK theatres. Prepare to be enthralled and spend one night with Elvis.

FRI 27 FEBRUARY 7.30pm Tickets £21

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Omid Djalili -

Iranalamadingdong He’s back on tour with a new show, following a sell-out four week West-End residency and a sold-out season at the Edinburgh Festival. A firm favourite with his legendary performances, Omid’s stand-up awards include; ’Time Out Award’ and ‘EMMA Award’ for Best Stand Up and nominated for the ‘South Bank Award’ Omid was the winner of the “Best Actor”

Award for his lead performance in The Infidel at the Turin Film Festival (won the previous year by Bill Murray). The Infidel also picked up a Loaded LAFTA award for “Funniest film” and Omid was short listed for “Peter Sellers Award” at the ‘London Evening Standard British Film Awards’.  SAT 28 FEBRUARY 8.00pm Tickets £23, Ages over 16+

Isle of Wight Music, Dance & Drama Festival

The Festival which is affiliated to the British and International Federation of Festivals for Music, Dance & Speech is celebrating its 85th year. The Dance section has classes in all disciplines with the exception of Ballroom. mThe Band Day and The Pop and Rock and Musical Theatre Day are recent popular additions to the classes. Spectators most welcome DURING SUN 8 – SAT 21 MARCH Entrance for children under 16 is free, adults - £2.50 for a morning, afternoon or evening session or £5 for a day ticket

GALA 2.30pm Sunday 22nd March For times and dates see 8

Be Bop A Lula BE BOP A LULA is a tribute production that creates the Rock’N’Roll reunion of Gene Vincent and Eddie Cochran …which also features The Wild Caps, together again in this Rock extravaganza and starring Lars Young as Gene Vincent and Gavin Stanley as Eddie Cochran. These two incredibly talented artistes also pay tribute to the legends that are Roy Orbison and Billy Fury. It’s a show that will have you joining in from the word go! Great music and great singing. FRI 6 MARCH 7.30pm Tickets £19.50

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Alan Davies

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After a hugely successful year of sell-out dates in 2014 with his brand new show Little Victories, Alan Davies is pleased to announce a season of extra dates for Spring 2015. Much lauded as resident dunderhead on QI or the charming but reticent crime solver Jonathan Creek, Davies virtuosic storytelling and whip-smart funny bones combine to make this a show not to be missed.

SAT 7 MARCH 6.00pm and 8.00pm

Tickets ÂŁ25 Age 15+


Classic Legends

of Rock and Folk Super Tour 2015

CARL PALMER’S ELP LEGACY CARL PALMER & his BAND Carl Palmer is one of the world’s greatest drummers – a consummate professional, a brilliant technician and a dynamic showman – he has thrilled listeners and audiences alike for nearly four decades whilst playing with such

memorable bands as Atomic Rooster, The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown and of course Asia. MARTIN TURNER & HIS BAND PLAYS THE MUSIC OF WISHBONE ASH In recent years Martin Turner, following

a break from touring, has delighted audiences with performances of material from those classic periods of Wishbone Ash history. Joined by the twin guitars of Ray Hatfield and Danny Wilson, powered by drummer Tim Brown, Martin’s superb band breathe new life into those unforgettable songs. THE STRAWBS Since those days of the late Sixties the Strawbs have enjoyed a number of album chart successes through a legacy of top quality song writing and performances that have helped maintain a devoted fan base. Listen out for some great tunes lifted from unforgettable albums such as ‘Grave New World’, ‘Bursting At The Seams’, ‘Hero And Heroine’ and ‘Ghosts’ WED 11 MARCH 7.30pm Tickets £15, Concessions £13

Gerry cross the mersey Join in this musical journey through the life and times of one of our greatest 60s icons – Gerry Marsden. Gerry & The Pacemakers topped the UK and US charts for much of the 60s. Gerry talks about his early beginnings in Liverpool, those heady days of the 60s and up to the present. Hear all Gerry’s greatest hits mixed with stories, jokes and anecdotes from his years at the top. This is a roller coaster ride of fun, music and notstalgia not to be missed. FRI 27 MARCH 7.30pm Tickets £19.50 10

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luke Jermay SAT 28 MARCH 8.00pm Tickets £15, Concessions £13, Age 16+

Luke Jermay is the most incredible man you’ve probably never heard of. He doesn’t use mind games or psychological tricks; there are no smoke and mirrors. He can simply read your mind. You’ll be amazed at Jermay’s incredible powers; he knows your past, present and future, sometimes better

than you do. From your favourite schoolteacher, childhood pet even the colour of your underwear, Jermay impossibly knows all, sees all and tells (almost) all in an expert display of telepathy and personal predictions about your future developed to amazing razor sharp accuracy.



Theatretrain are happy to announce their Easter show which will be great fun for all the family, young and old!!! This bunch of talented children between the ages of 6-18 look forward to entertaining the Isle of Wight Audience. This variety show will be packed with song and dance numbers with a little bit for everyone. So come along and enjoy this lifting show!!!


Take That Experience

It is with pride that we say The Take That Experience are the UK’s premier tribute to Take That. Between them, the band have over 40 years experience of working within the industry making them incredibly slick, professional and highly entertaining. Coupled with their humour and warmth it is easy to see why they are enjoying huge successes. The Take That Experience recreate the true experience of Take That with replica costumes, extremely energetic choreography and of course the music that everybody loves. SUN 29 MARCH 5.00pm Tickets £8, Child £6

FRI 10 APRIL 7.30pm Tickets £18

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T his e x t r a o r dinar y sh o w, dubbed The Definitive Pink Floyd Experience, is renowned for its stunning celebration of one of the world’s greatest musical phenomena. Established in 1994, the incredibly talented musicians who make up Think Floyd have managed to faithfully recreate all the atmosphere, visual magnitude and musical excellence of Pink Floyd live on stage. It’s no wonder they have long been regarded as The UK’s finest tribute to Pink Floyd. The brand new Think Floyd

production for 2015 celebrates the 40th anniversary of Wish You Were Here, arguably one of the band’s finest albums. The show will feature a performance of the entire masterpiece, complete with an impressive laser light show, along with music from the whole range of classic Pink Floyd including Dark Side of the Moon, The Wall, Animals, The Division Bell and much more. This is a must- see for all Pink Floyd fans! SAT 11 APRIL 7.30pm Tickets £20


glam rock

The Original Glam Rock Heroes bring a high octane show, with a set list boasting some of the 70’s best glam rock tracks including: Fox On The Run, Mamma Weer All Crazee Now, Love is Like Oxygen, Ballroom Blitz and many, many more.. This super-group is made up of six members who have an impressive four decades of live music experience. Jeff Brown on vocals and bass guitar (Sweet and Tremeloes), Gary Moberley on keyboards (John Miles, Bee Gees, Sweet), Steve Whalley on guitar (Slade front-man), Pete Phipps on drums (original drummer with The Glitter Band, Eurhythmics), Phil Hendricks (The Stiffs, Les McKeown’s Bay City Rollers), Philip Wright original lead singer and drummer with Paper Lace, providing vocals and additional percussion. Get your air guitars at the ready and rock till you drop with this amazing live show!


To love somebody Teenage Rampage Far far away

Love is like oxygen Massachusetts Ballroom Blitz

Blockbuster Coz I luv you Hitchin’ a ride

Tell him My oh my Angel face

steVe whalley ex-slade

Gary moberley ex-bee Gees

jeff brown ex-sweet

pete phipps the Glitter band

The night Chicago died Mama we’re all crazee now

phil hendriks Les McKeown’s bay City rollers

philip wriGht paper laCe

Billy don’t be a hero Fox on the run

FRI 17 APRIL 7.30pm Tickets £18

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The Island Savoyards are delighted to be able to present with special agreement from the Really Useful Group - Evita. It brings to life the dynamic, larger-than-life persona of Eva Peron. Beginning with a young and ambitious Eva, the production follows her meteoric rise to sainthood. The story tells of the enormous wealth and power she gained and the means by which she became the beloved Evita. Produced by those who brought you ‘Sister Act’, ‘The Sound of Music’ and ‘White Christmas’ featuring original set designs, professional costumes and a 18-piece orchestra, this popular Andrew Lloyd Webber musical fresh from a stint in London’s West End will showcase Island Theatre at it’s very best. THUR 2, FRI 3, SAT 4, SUN 5 APRIL 7.30pm MON 6 APRIL 2.30pm Tickets £15, Concessions £10

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Lysette Anthony Debbie Arnold Jane Asher Samantha Beckinsale Tara Blaise Judy Buxton Tracey Childs Sara Crowe Lorna Dallas Janie Dee Serena Evans Jean Fergusson Jan Francis Liza Goddard Anita Harris Sue Holderness Belinda Lang Caroline Langrishe Rula Lenska Annabel Leventon Cherie Lunghi Nichola McAuliffe Kerry Norton Eva Pope Linda Purl Georgia Reece Liz Robertson Abi Titmuss Twiggy Joanne Whalley

An anthology evening of wicked comedy, heavenly drama, devilishly tall tales, enchanting poetry and seductive stories starring four deadly beautiful temptresses, who will enlighten you on how to survive, or even live by, the seven deadly sins! Compiled from the works of nearly everyone with a sense of humour (sometimes unintentional!) – from Chaucer to Victoria Wood, from Woody Allen to Oscar Wilde via Flanders & Swann, Joyce Grenfell, Steven Berkoff and Noel Coward – by the awardwinning scriptwriter and author of the first six of the Carry On… films Norman Hudis, it stars four from an interchangeable cast. SAT 18 APRIL 7.30pm Tickets £18 14

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Jack writes letters to his sweetheart from the trenches. John celebrates his birthday with a battle in a laser adventure park. But Jack’s story begins to haunt him, and John becomes obsessed ... why is a young soldier from the First World War reaching out to him? Warzone weaves together the

past and the present, with humour, pace and pathos. Origins Theatre Company marks the centenary of the First World War with this new production. It reminds us of the price so many people paid, yet reassures them that ‘we will remember them’.

WED 29 APRIL, THURS 30 APRIL, 7.30pm Tickets £10/£8 concessions

Jack Jones


Jack Jones is the double Grammy-winning easy listening giant nominated by Frank Sinatra as “one of the major singers of our time.” His consistently sold-out world tours and fifty recorded albums are a testimony to the breadth and quality of his remarkable talent, which has been admired by, among others Sinatra, Mel Torme and legendary composers Sammy Cahn and Michel Legrand. With his own star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame, Jack Jones’ impressive CV includes film and television roles, an internationally syndicated TV variety show, guest performances at Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Centre and the White House. This fabulous show will feature all the big hits including “Wives and Lovers”, “Love Boat”, “Impossible Dream”, “The Race Is On”, to name only a few. Jack’s swinging renditions of contemporary pop and rock, as well as classic standards have packed out UK tour dates time and time again. There will also be a special video presentation of Jack’s latest video featuring the songs ‘IMAGINE’ and ‘FROM A DISTANCE’ WWW.JACKJONES.ORG

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“Jack is one of the major singers of our time” Frank Sinatra “The greatest ‘pure’ singer in the world” Mel Torme “Jones is a bona fide legend” The Guardian SAT 25 APRIL 7.30pm Tickets £29.50




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Cory Band

coming soon Russell Watson


Irresistible FUN!

The animated hit with on screen lyrics so EVERYONE can join in!

Joe Pasquale Cheryl, Mike and Jay Formerly of Bucks Fizz with Bobby M,

‘sing a long’

First there was Sing-a-long-a Sound of Music, now it’s Sing-a-long-a Frozen


© Disney 2014

The Searchers New shows being added regularly - check website for details:

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TERMS & CONDITIONS Conditions of Sale Please Note: No refunds given on tickets unless the show is cancelled. Normally no exchange of tickets is permitted but where it may be possible there will be a charge of £2 per ticket. Original tickets must be returned at time of exchange. Lost tickets are subject to a charge of £2 per ticket. Refunds may be given at the discretion of the management or promoting agent. Please ensure when purchasing tickets you have the correct Performance, Date and Time selected before completing the transaction. There is a £1.50 Charge on each order to post tickets to you, Shanklin Theatre cannot accept any responsibility for tickets lost in the post. Postal bookings may be paid by cheque made payable to “Shanklin Theatre Limited” (Do not send cash) Please enclose an SAE if you would like your tickets posted. General The management reserves the right to: A) refuse admission of the ticket holder to the premises. B) refuse entry of and use on the premises of any camera or any form of audio or visual recording equipment. C) request the ticket holder to leave the premises and to take any appropriate measure to enforce such request. D) delay latecomers until a suitable break or interval in the performance/event. Re-admission is not normally permitted during a performance. E) make any changes whatsoever in the performance/ event owing to any unforseen or unavoidable cause. F) cancel or abandon the performance/event for reasons beyond its control without notice and without being liable to pay any person any compensation or damage whatsoever other than, at the managements discretion, a possible percentage or maximum refund to the ticket holder of the value of the ticket. General Information Box Office Box Office hours are Monday to Friday from 1000 to 1500, Saturdays 1000 to 1300 the Box Office is also open ONE hour before a performance commences. Extended hours operate on show days - please contact the theatre for more information. We accept payment by Cash, Cheque (see below) Visa, Mastercard, Maestro, and JCB. Payment may be made by cheque for shows booked well in advance. However with the end of the Cheque guarantee scheme cheques will be required to be cleared before tickets can be despatched/collected. Please note that on Performance days and during the hour before the performance the Box Office will be busy and there may be a delay in answering your telephone call. Reservations Tickets will not be reserved without payment; with the exception of group bookings (see below) we reserve the right to suspend reservations where necessary. Payment may be paid by cheque made payable to ‘Shanklin Theatre Limited’(Do not send cash) Please enclose an SAE if you would like your tickets posted. Group Bookings Party rates for bookings of 20 or more are available on selected shows, to check rates and availability please contact the Box Office. Party bookings are made under a lead name; this person will become responsible for the booking and for ensuring payment is made in full by the due date. Please note that not all discounts are available

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shows where the artistes request no bar drinks in the auditorium during the performance, please respect this as it forms part of the show and the theatre has no control over this - Thank You. Sweets and Ices The Theatre has a sweetshop in the foyer open before most performances and during the interval. Ices are sold during the interval in the auditorium during most performances. Smoking Smoking including e-cigarettes is not permitted in the building. Children/Under 2’s Under 2’s are only permitted into the theatre for shows specifically advertised for children of that age and will require a ticket. However if any child causes a distraction to other theatre users they will be asked to leave. Prams and push chairs are not allowed into the theatre as there is no storage space available. We regret booster cushions are not permitted to be used due to emergency evacuation regulations. There are no baby changing facilities at the theatre. Wheelchair Access Access for wheelchairs is available at the side of the auditorium. Selected seats in the stalls are held by the theatre for disabled patrons, we regret they are not available to book online - Please contact the Box Office to reserve these seats. Wheelchair patrons are required to be seated in their own chair for the duration of the performance. The balcony and bar can only be reached by stairs. Disabled toilets are available in the foyer. Please note that there are no parking facilities available at the theatre. Badge holders may park in the roads near the theatre subject to the terms and conditions of the badge. Car Parking Please note that there are no parking facilities available at the theatre. Car parks are situated within walking distance of the theatre; allow at least 30 minutes to find a parking space. Please contact the Box Office for further information. Video/Audio Recording and Photography The taking of video or photographs using a camera, mobile phone, tablet or any form of capturing device or any form of audio recording is strictly prohibited and you will be asked to leave the premesis. Mobile Phones and Tablets Mobile phones, messaging equipment and tablets must be switched off when in the theatre, anyone who does not comply and disrupts the enjoyment for other patrons maybe asked to leave without a refund. Additional Information Supporting acts may be used by show producers. This is at the producer’s discretion and Shanklin Theatre may not be aware of this in advance. During any performance members of the audience may be asked or invited by the artist to stand which may restrict views of those who remain seated, we regret the theatre has no control over this. Strobe lighting/Smoke/Pyrotechnics may be used during the performance. In the interests of security bags may be searched. We are sorry if any of your property is lost or damaged whilst at the theatre but neither the promoter, producer, nor theatre management can be held responsible. 19

Shanklin Theatre January - April Programme 2015 web  

Shanklin Theatre January - April Programme 2015

Shanklin Theatre January - April Programme 2015 web  

Shanklin Theatre January - April Programme 2015