Calendar Girls - The MusicalTuesday 25 June - Saturday 6 July Musical Theatre
Calendar Girls – The Musical by Gary Barlow and Tim Firth is the award-winning production based on the true story of the calendar girls – a group of ordinary ladies who achieved something extraordinary. This marvellous musical comedy which received fantastic five-star reviews in London’s West End now comes to the Theatre Royal.
Starring alongside Lesley Joseph (Annie, The Vagina Monologues, Young Frankenstein) and Rebecca Storm who play Jessie and Chris respectively, are Sarah Jane Buckley (Blood Brothers and Kathy Barnes in Hollyoaks) as Annie, Sue Devaney (the soon to be seen new Russell T. Davies series Years and Years, Jane in Dinnerladies, Liz Harker in Casualty, Debbie Webster in Coronation Street and Rosie in the musical Mamma Mia!) as Cora, Julia Hills (Doctor Kemp in Broadchurch, Annabelle Shrivener in The Archers) as Ruth, Judy Holt (Cold Feet, Scott & Bailey) as Marie and Lisa Maxwell (panellist on Loose Women, Tracey Donovan in Hollyoaks, Samantha Nixon in The Bill and various roles in The Les Dennis Laughter Show and The Russ Abbot Show) as Celia.
The Times described Calendar Girls – The Musical as ‘pure gold’. Don’t miss your chance to see this glorious production straight from London’s West End.
Save £7.50 in Stalls, Dress Circle and Upper Circle seats on Tuesday 25 June 7.30pm performance.
Save £6 on bookings of 10 or more. Available in Stalls and Upper Circle on Tuesday-Thursday 7.30pm performances. Please contact our Group Sales team on 0115 721 0622 to book.
Save £7 on bookings of 20 or more, with one free ticket for the Group Booker. Available in Stalls and Upper Circle on Tuesday-Thursday 7.30pm performances. Please contact our Group Sales team on 0115 721 0622 to book.
Concessions are not available in the Balcony, or on Friday 7.30pm or Saturday 2.30pm & 7.30pm performances.
'You'll cry with laughter'The Daily Mail
'It's gorgeous... It's a beaut'The Telegraph
'A gloriously fun celebration... Make a date now to see the girls... it is riotously brilliant'The Mirror