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What’s On: Theatre

A range of acts are taking to the stage this week.

THE CORN EXCHANGE, Cambridge

Alan Davies, Tuesday and Wednesday. Lee Nelson, Thursday. Mark Watson, Friday next week. 01223 357851

THE CORE, Corby Cube

Mark Thomas, 7.30pm Thursday.

Box office - 01604 655719; www.thecorecorby.com

THE CRESSET, Peterborough

Doug Allan - Life Behind the Lens, 7.30pm Thursday.

Box office - 01733 265705.

THE CURVE Leicester

Entertaining Mr Sloane, from tonight until November 24. Box office - 0116 2423595. www.curveonline.co.uk

DE MONTFORT HALL, Leicester

Greg Davies, Thursday.

Box office - 0116 2333111.

LYDDINGTON VILLAGE HALL

Anthony King and Alan Seaman’s two-man tour, 8pm Friday next week. Admission £6.

Advance tickets - www.wegottickets.com; call or text 07941471648 or 
shipoffoolscomedy@yahoo.co.uk

ROYAL AND DERNGATE, Northampton

God Of Carnage, until Saturday. Screaming Blue Murder. God Of Carnage until Saturday. Russell Kane Saturday.

Box office - 01604 624811.

ROYAL CENTRE, Nottingham

Tis A Pity She’s A Whore, Tuesday.

Box office - 0115 9895555.

SOUTH HOLLAND CENTRE, Spalding

The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, suitable for children over 11 years, 7.30pm Wednesday. Tickets £12 (£10) under 26s £9. Lenny Henry, Sunday, November 25. Box office - 01775 7647778 www.southhollandcentre.co.uk

STAMFORD ARTS CENTRE

Dick Turpin The Musical by Stamford College Players, Wednesday to Saturday.

Box Office - 01780 763203 or at www.stamfordartscentre.com

UPPINGHAM THEATRE

Three Men in a Boat, 7.15pm, Wednesday and Thursday.

Box office - 01572 820820. www.
uppthearts.co.uk

WHISSENDINE VILLAGE HALL

Phantom of Love, plus a 30-40 minute performance by City of Leicester Male Voice Choir. Performance times 7.30pm, Friday and 12.30pm and 7.30pm on Saturday. Tickets £5 for evening performances and £10, including a two course meal and interval ice cream for the matinee.

Tickets - 01664 47443; tdp.music@btinternet.com or from Whissendine MACE shop, The White Lion or The Three Horseshoes in Whissendine.

 

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