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14 What’s On - Plymouth Pavilions


April & May Highlights • Box Office: 0845 146 1460 • www.plymouthpavilions.com performing songs strictly from the Free catalogue.


5 April You Me at Six This group is billed as one of the most important rock bands to emerge from the UK and this tour comes after the release of their 5th studio album, Night People.


12 April Robin Hood Hilarious Easter Panto starring Tracy Beaker’s Dani Harmer and Britain’s Got Talent Winner George Sampson.


25 April Ricky Gervais Considered one of the most influential British comedians since Charlie Chaplin, Ricky Gervais is returning to stage with his first stand-up tour in seven years: Humanity.


27 April Led Zeppelin Masters


The Zep Boys powerhouse vocalist Vince Contarino and the breathtaking Black Dog Orchestra will play all the classics from the Zeppelin songbook in one of the most ambitious concerts every to meet the stage.


5 May The Kooks To celebrate a decade together as a band, The Kooks return for their ‘Best Of’ UK Tour.


6 May Jimmy Carr This top comedian returns to Plymouth with his Best of Ultimate Gold Greatest Hits Tour.


11 May Shakin’ Stevens This tour follows the release of the platinum-selling artist’s studio album Echoes of Our Ties released in September 2016.


12 May Paul Rodgers Legendary singer, songwriter and frontman for Free, Bad Company and The Firm presents his Free Spirit Tour


13 May Remembering Fred Strictly Stars Aljaz & Janette pay tribute to Fred Astaire in this spectacular new show.


16 May Adam Ant This iconic 80s musician returns with his Anthems – The Singles tour including hit singles, B-sides and personal favourites.


17 May Shawn Klush – The Elvis World Tour Direct from the USA, the world’s most successful Elvis tribute artist Shawn Klush returns to the UK by popular demand.


27 May The Next Step For fans of dance and also of the hit TV show, The Next Step “Live on Stage” is a brand new live show that celebrates dance in a concert-like setting.


What’s On - Theatre Royal - Plymouth April & May Highlights • Box Office: 01752 267222 • www.theatreroyal.com


4 – 8 April New Jersey Nights Direct from the USA the international smash hit show comes to town with their spectacular celebration of the music of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons.


18 April Welsh National Opera: Le Vin Herbe 2017 This rare staged production of this exquisite and elegant tragedy of Tristan and Isolde promises a truly intoxicating experience.


19 – 21 April Welsh National Opera: La Boheme 2017 Annabel Arden’s sensitive and insightful production of this utterly romantic opera on bohemian life in Paris.


20 – 22 April Welsh National Opera: Madam Butterfly 2017


1 – 6 May Jane Eyre This innovative re-imagining of


A classic, traditional staging of this much-loved opera.


24 – 29 April The Commitments 2017 A fantastically feel good celebration of soul. Direct from a phenomenally successful, record breaking run in London’s West End, The Commitments is based on the BAFTA award winning film classic.


Charlotte Brontë’s masterpiece is a collaboration between the National Theatre and Bristol Old Vic and is directed by Sally Cookson.


7 May That’ll Be The Day 2017 The UK’s No.1 Rock & Roll variety production returns with another brand new show.


9 – 13 May Sunny Afternoon An irresistible musical with slick theatricality and ingenious storytelling at its heart which tells the captivating tale of how one of Britain’s greatest bands, The Kinks, rose to stardom.


16 – 20 May Running Wild Michael Morpurgo’s novel, based on a true story, is brought to lush life with extraordinary heart, vibrant colour and exceptional creativity, wowing audiences of all ages and critics alike.


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