What’s On: Theatre, week of June 27

If you have an event you want to add to any of our listings, e-mail smeditor@stamfordmercury.co.uk

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This week’s plays and musicals.

To get your event included in our listings, e-mail the details to smeditor@stamfordmercury.co.uk

DE MONTFORT HALL, LEICESTER

Flash Mob 7.30pm Thursday, July 3. Harshdeep Kaur 7.30pm Friday, July 4.

Box office - 0116 233 3111; www.demontforthall.co.uk

NEVILL HOLT HALL, MARKET HARBOROUGH

Puccini’s La Bohème from Thursday, June 26 to Tuesday, July 1.

Britten’s, Turn of the Screw Saturday, July 5 and Sunday, July 6.

Box office on 020 7534 1540 or opera@nevillholt.co.uk

ROYAL AND DERNGATE NORTHAMPTON

Horrible Histories – Barmy Britain, Tuesday July, 1 to Saturday July 5. Jack and the FlumFlum Tree Friday, July 4 to Sunday, July 6. Story Hunt - A Walking Tour of Northampton, Friday, June 27 to Sunday, June 29. Flash Mob, featuring Kevin Clifton, Karen Hauer and Flawless, Saturday, June 28.

Box office - 01604 624811.

RUTLAND OPEN AIR THEATRE, TOLETHORPE HALL

Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass, Friday, June 20 and Saturday, June 21. As You Like It, Friday, June 27 and Saturday, June 28. The Taming Of The Shrew Monday, June 30 to Saturday, July 6.

Tickets and full programme, running until August, at www.stamfordshakespeare.co.uk

SOUTH HOLLAND CENTRE, SPALDING

Real to Reel by South Holland Centre Youth Theatre, 7.30pm Thursday, June 26; 2pm and 7.30pm Saturday, June 28.

Box office - 01775 764777. www.southhollandcentre.co.uk

STAMFORD ARTS CENTRE

Old MacDonald Had a Farm by The People’s Theatre Company, 2.30pm Saturday, July 19.

Tickets £9.50 (£8.50) family of four £32.

Frank Lee Speaking performed by Stamford Senior Youth Theatre, 7.30pm Friday, July 11 and Saturday, July 12. Tickets £8 (£6).

Box office - 01780 763203 or www.stamfordartscentre.com

STAMFORD CORN EXCHANGE

The Rocky Monster Show performed by Stamford Pantomime Players, Friday, June 27, 2pm and 7pm.

www.stamford-corn-exchange.co.uk

THE CRESSET, PETERBOROUGH

Saturday 28 June: Performers from Spalding, Bourne, Deeping, Uppingham and Oakham, GymCats and the Monday night group (for children with additional needs), West End Wildcats and Wildcats post 16 Academy.

Sunday 29 June: Performers from Stamford, Peterborough classes (including Hampton), West End Wildcats and Wildcats post 16 Academy

Box office - 01733 265705.

THE CURVE, LEICESTER

Honk until Saturday, July 5. Jesus Christ Superstar, Friday, June 27, Saturday, June 28 and Sunday, June 29. Sing-A-Long A Grease Wednesday, July 3. A Real Fairy Story Saturday, July 5.

Box office - 0116 2423595

THE DEEPINGS SCHOOL

Deepings Festival of Performing Arts - an eclectic programme of performances by pupils from the Deepings School, Deeping St James CP School, Deepings Joint Choir, Linchfield School, Deepings School of Dancing, Deeping Shotokan Karate Club, Inspire Dance and Mardi Femme

Starts 2pm Saturday, July 5. Admission £3 from Deepings School: 01778 345195.

In association with The Deepings Schaool and Deeping St James CP School.

THE GRAINSTORE, OAKHAM

Funhouse Comedy Club, Thursday, June 26. Keith Farnan, John Robertson and Alistair Barrie. Compered by Scott Bennett.

Last orders for food 7.15pm, show 8.15pm.

All info and bookings at www.funhousecomedy.co.uk

THE GUILDHALL, GRANTHAM

The Little Mermaid - D2E Youth Theatre, 7pm Friday, June 27 and Saturday, June 28. 54 North

54 7.30pm Tuesday, July 1. Emily Brown and the Thing 1pm and 6pm Wednesday, July 2.

Box office - 01476 406158.

THE KEY THEATRE, PETERBOROUGH

The Ladyboys of Bangkok 2014 - Red Hot Kisses Tour,7.30pm Monday, June 30.

Tickets £22 (£20.50).

Box office - 01733 207239

Online Bookings: www.ladyboysofbangkok.co.uk

UPPINGHAM COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Diary of a Showgirl, 7.30pm Saturday July 5 and 2.30pm on Sunday July 6.

An exciting community organised by three talented local artists and involving local adults and children including a troupe of dancers, a choir of more than 50, eight solo singers including the talented 13 year old Katie Marshall, and a children’s choir

The show is a romantic story and includes an eclectic collection of show and film favourites such as All That Jazz, Let It Go, Stand By Me. .

Tickets are available from Sarah (rutlanddance.co.uk) or Falcon Hotel in Uppingham.

UPPINGHAM THEATRE

Box office - 01572 820820; http://www.uppthearts.co.uk

WITHAM HALL SCHOOL

Shakespeare On The Run present Bottom’s Dream - a funny, fast-paced version of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, 7.30pm Thursday, July 3.

The group is made up of actors from Stamford Shoestring theatre and Stamford Shakespeare Company.

This production will be presented as part of the 2014 Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Tickets £5 from castrutland@btinternet.com or on the door.