Performances at the Everyman Theatre in June
Another varied month at The Everyman gets off to a great
start with the arrival of Aspects of Love, featuring some of the stars of the West
End. This brand new
production featuring a music score by Andrew Lloyd Webber is a love story
spanning 20 years. Five people from three generations are bound together by
passion, desire, family ties and friendship as they learn to appreciate that
love changes everything.
The musical theme continues in the family favourite The King
& I. Presented by Cheltenham Operatic and dramatic Society this is the
famous musical based on a true life experience. Another favourite, Into the
Woods, the award winning musical from Stephen Sondheim will be performed by the
Cotswold Savoyards. A magical tale of a baker and his wife in their quest for a
child as they meet up with various fairytale characters.
There’s a lot of feel good shows this month, including Super
Troupers. Two of Europe’s leading tribute bands get
together for an evening to celebrate the best of ABBA and the BEE GEES. Shout !
The swinging 60’s musical featuring top music of the era with fashion to match.
The ultimate 60’s feel –good musical. As time Goes By takes a nostalgic look at the songs of the 20’s, 30’s
and 40’s and on 27 June there a matinee performance of We'll Meet Again, a
light-hearted look at wartime Britain filled with music, comedy and song.
Environmental issues are covered in an innovative way in The
Rotten Plot which will be performed in The Theatre Studio at the beginning of
the month. An exciting new play about the environment using puppets and actors,
which bring to life real life themes of waste and recycling, and care of the
More entertainment in the Theatre Studio includes Telling
Wilde Tales, haunting fairy tales written by Oscar Wilde and presented by The
Everyman Youth Theatre. Mouse Tale, a show for the whole family brings together
music, puppetry and comedy with the help of Wink, Wendy and Theo the mouse.
June finishes with Clare Summerskill and her brand new stage
show full of hilarious and thought and thought provoking stand-up.
Just some of the entertainment you'll find at the Everyman Theatre this month.
21 May 2008
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