The North Devon Theatres' brochure for January to April is out today and features plenty to keep you warm over the first few months of 2016.
After the mayhem that is pantomime (this year, Cinderella in case you didn't know) we open our offering for 2016 with a lunchtime classical concert at the Queen's featuring distinguished pianist Kim Brewer (15/1/16). This theme continues with our international concert series, Spirits and Spiritual and multi-award wining violinist Tasmin Little joins our resident orchestra, Sinfonia Classica on 4th February. The series continues into March with Matthew Hunt, Guy Johnston & Tom Poster joining forces on 29th.
We're spoiling you with comedy as Romesh Ranganathan comes to the Landmark (13/2/16) and Russell Kane returns to the Queen's (25/2/16). We're also delighted to welcome back Fascinating Aida's Dillie Keane presenting her first solo show in 557 years (12/3/16) and Mark Steel at the Landmark on 19 March.
Agatha Christie's thrilling whodunnit, A Murder is Announced opens a week long run at the Queen's (21 - 26/3/16). An all-star cast is led by Judy Cornwell taking the lead as Miss Marple. Judy is probably best known for her much loved portrayal of Daisy in the hugely successful sit-com Keeping Up Appearances.
The brochure features much, much more including family shows, music to suit all tastes, dance and big names galore, so if you haven't yet picked up your copy, you can do so at either of our venues, at many outlets in the region or you can view a copy online here.
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