Lucky for most - 13 different variety shows
THE new Manor Pavilion What s On Guide for October until early January is now available with 13 different shows and Theatre Manager Graham Whitlock is confident that it contains something for everyone.
THE new Manor Pavilion What's On Guide for October until early January is now available with 13 different shows and Theatre Manager Graham Whitlock is confident that it contains something for everyone.
Sidmouth Arts Club Operatic Society launches the new season with Lerner and Loewe's memorable musical Gigi from Monday, October 6 - Saturday October 11, at 7.45pm, with a 2.30pm Saturday matinee.
The following week Sidmouth Amateur Drama Society presents hilarious comedy Chase Me Up Farndale Avenue S'il Vous Plait! from Tuesday, October 14, to Saturday, October 18, at 7.45pm.
On Saturday, November 1, at 8pm, Colin Cross, in association with GB Promotions, presents Magic of the Musicals.
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I can't wait for the return of Nightshade Theatre Company when they present their latest play, written by Jane Bennett, Homegrown, from Thursday, November 6 to Saturday, November 8 at 8pm.
The much-loved Sunshine in November will again see local children showing their talents to entertain others and raise money for children less fortunate than themselves, from Monday, November 10 - Saturday, November 15 at 7.30pm.
- 1 Two Sidmouth gardens set to open to the public this bank holiday
- 2 Stephen's not afraid to get hands-on to keep business moving forward
- 3 College launches two new fundraising appeals
- 4 Plans for restart of operations for Sidmouth Voluntary Services
- 5 New team on frontline for mental health care and support
- 6 Here come the Red Arrows! Things are looking up for town
- 7 General Buller's statue in Exeter stay or go?
- 8 SRC mighty six take on Sid Valley Ring half-marathon
- 9 High Street beckons for hobbyists emerging from lockdown
- 10 Sidmouth Girls Rugby
On Friday, November 21, at 8pm, Pete Reynolds will lead an unforgettable evening of popular songs entitled The Big Night Out.
Local Sidmouth schools will present Jambo Tanzania on Friday and Saturday, November 28-29, at 7.30pm, to raise funds for the Buturi Water and School Project.
On Sunday, November 30, at 2.30pm and 7.30pm, Exmouth Musical Theatre Company will present No song Unsung - a concert of operetta and modern opera.
The Sidmouth Concert Society presents the Allegri String Quartet at 7.30pm on Saturday, December 6.
Festive fun and nostalgia is offered at 2.30pm on Wednesday, December 10, at 2.30pm, when Neil Sands presents Remember When: At Christmas. On Friday, December 12, at 7.30pm, Sidmouth Town Band presents A Christmas Concert with carols and seasonal music to delight all ages.
The following night, Saturday, December 13, Slightly Fat Features returns with a brand new family-friendly Variety by the Sea at 7.30pm.
Sidmouth Amateur Dramatic Society takes us into 2009 with favourite pantomime Cinderella from January 1 - 10 at various times.
Julia Stevens and Joan Heard will be manning the Manor Pavilion Theatre box office from 10am - 2pm Monday to Saturday. For a free What's On Guide or to make a booking, call in at the theatre or ring (01395) 514413.Roger Simmonds