What's on at The Everyman in April 2008
Another busy month at The Everyman sees some great classic theatre.
April begins with the timeless Oscar Wilde masterpiece The Importance of Being Earnest performed by the Middle Ground Theatre Company. This is followed on 6 April by The Complete Works of Shakespeare (abridged). Yes, that's 37 Shakespearian plays in 97 minutes! One that has to be seen to be believed we think. Fortunately Shakespeare slows down to a more relaxing pace as Rockvalley Productions perform a complete version of the bards classic Romeo and Juliet.
On a lighter note Colin Baker will be performing in Oliver Goldsmiths She Stoops to Conquer on 8 to 12 April. This production is brought to Cheltenham by the highly acclaimed Birmingham Repertory Theatre.
On 14 April the Everyman sees a comedy about a clown who gives in to society and gets himself a 'real' job. Tweedys Lost Property is a one man variety show which will have its audience sniggering throughout.
From 15 to 19 April Spies is the story of childhood set during the Second World War. The plot evolves around the secrets that transpire when one of the children announces that his mother is a German spy.
Shaws Pygmalion visits Cheltenham as part of a small pre-West End tour prior to its opening at London's historic Old Vic Theatre. This production has received rave reviews earlier this year and with a star cast promises to be a memorable version of this much-loved classic.
History will be on trial in The Studio Theatre from 22 - 26 April with Hanging Hooke, and the controversial disclosures of Robert Hooke - a genius of the 17th century, or not? You decide. The historical theme continues with Sam & I as Elizabeth Pepys shares her stories of her life and exploits of her husband.
April closes with three unmissable ballets from Birmingham Royal Ballet. Spanning 70 years of British creativity they will perform Dante Sonata, Small Worlds and Elite Syncopations.Truly inspirational!.
26 March 2008
For further information.
• Hot Air Ballooning at Sudeley Castle this weekend
• Vintage Jets to salute the RAF at Kemble Air Day 2008
• Caving fun at Clearwell Caves
• SAVE £££'s - Book in advance for the 2008 Kemble Air Day!
• NEW on-line ticket booking with Stagecoach buses
• Old bangers needed for the 2008 Cotswold Show
• Amy Hatcher coming to the 2008 Cotswold Show
• Performances at the Everyman Theatre in June
• Gloucester Rugby Club tackles the 2008 Cotswold Show
• Out of the Hat - Residents offer extended
• The Red Arrows only date this summer with RIAT 2008
• Performances at the Everyman Theatre in May
• The National Waterways Museum re-opens 24 May
• SPECIAL OFFER at the Cheltenham Chase Hotel
• Tewkesbury Food and Drink Festival – opens its doors this weekend.
• May School Holidays in Gloucestershire 2008
• Asparagus now ready at Primrose Vale & Over Farm
• Enjoy a round of golf at Shipton Golf Course
• Sports Relief re-run at Pittville Park this Sunday
• Listen to the 2008 Cheltenham Jazz Festival PodCast!
• World famous Shakespeare's Globe comes to Sudeley Castle
• Gloucester shouts about its future!
• 2008 Slimbridge Beer Festival
• Your chance to create the new Tewkesbury Smoothie!!!
• Tickets now on sale to the 2008 Cheltenham Science Festival
• NEW high quality maps of Gloucestershire now available!
• NEW 2008 printed guide now available!
• NEW 2008 Photography Competition - Gloucestershire at its Best!
• Do you want to sell your wares at Kemble Air Day 2008?
• What's on at The Everyman in April 2008
• April School Holidays in Gloucestershire 2008
• Last few tickets left for Howlers at the Hall
• Fabulous prizes in to be won April's Competition!
• NEW Cheltenham Food & Drink Festival in June 2008
• Reduced entry to Out of the Hat in Tewkesbury