Now Brendan Cole and his partner, Victoria Pendleton, have been voted out of Strictly Come Dancing, the dancer is turning his attention to his live show, Licence To Thrill, which tours to Aylesbury’s Waterside Theatre on January 20.
Dance fans can also enjoy One Night in Vienna, with the Johann Strauss Dancers and irrepressible showman Rainer Hersch, on January 17, BalletBoyz on February 14 and Anton And Erin Go To Hollywood on March 2.
For drama lovers, Nichola McAuliffe’s most recent play, Maurice’s Jubilee, runs from January 29 to February 2, following a sell-out run at this year’s Edinburgh Festival.
Starring McAuliffe, Julian Glover and Sheila Reid, Maurice’s Jubilee is a funny and poignant exploration of one man’s commitment to a dream.
Stephen Mallatratt’s stage adaptation of Susan Hill’s best-selling novel The Woman In Black provides audiences with an evening of unremitting drama as they are transported into a terrifying, ghostly world, from January 21 to 26.
Also coming up in the Waterside’s spring season is Oliver Award-winning comedy The 39 Steps, an inventive and gripping take on the Hitchcock classic, featuring four actors playing 139 roles.
More comedy comes from the Birds Of A Feather when original cast members Lesley Joseph, Pauline Quirke and Linda Robson reunite.
Ellen Kent Opera returns with Tosca and Carmen, and the Russian State Ballet performs Coppelia and Swan Lake.
The English National Ballet perform My First Cinderella, adapted for young audiences.
Be astounded by the acrobats of the Chinese State Circus.
And grab your hankies for the Chichester Festival Theatre production of the inspiring Goodnight Mister Tom.
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