Much to see in March at the Aylesbury Waterside Theatre

  |  Published: Feb 21st 2015

From famous faces from the dancing world to nostalgic touring tribute acts, Aylesbury Waterside Theatre has something for everyone this March.

 

A dazzling new production is being delivered by the UK’s favourite dance couple, Anton du Beke and Erin Boag (Sun 8 Mar) in their That’s Entertainment tour featuring sensational choreography, sassy tunes and sparkling costumes. Enjoy a combination of quick step, foxtrot, tango and waltz with the showbiz razzmatazz of hits and steps from stage and screen.

 

Music fans don’t miss Radio Clash & Neville Staple Band (Sun 29 Mar) as they recreate The Clash sound with the set list they performed in 1978. They are joined by Neville Staple Band from The Specials who will be performing the classic songs of this iconic era. More live music comes in the form of Killer Queen (Wed 25 Mar). Killer Queen’s expert musicianship, extraordinary energy and accurate portrayal of the world’s greatest live band leaves them thrilling audiences across the globe. Endorsed by the Cash family themselves, the Johnny Cash Roadshow (Fri 27 Mar) with front man Clive John is simply the finest tribute in the world to the legend that is Johnny Cash. The chemistry of Johnny and June is also brought to the stage, with accompanying video projection which brings evocative images to each song, all helping to complete the story of the legend’s life. 

 

Aylesbury Choral Society has a chance to shine when they perform live on stage with the UK’s best-selling classical artist Russell Watson (Tue 24 Mar). This is the opportunity to hear him as you’ve never heard him before, in an intimate evening with his musical director and stunning string quartet.

 

Irish smash hit, Essence of Ireland (Thu 26 Mar) is a compelling love story inspired by true events set against the enchanting music and dance of Ireland, USA and Spain. Simultaneously heart-breaking and heart-warming, many of the much-loved Irish songs that run so deep within the country’s music heritage are seamlessly entwined within the show’s engaging story, including Galway Girl, Isle of Hope, Tell me Ma and Irish Rover

 

Young theatregoers be sure to catch Up In The Attic (Sat 21 Mar) presented by Half Moon Theatre. This magical, melodious, interactive tale created through music and puppetry is set to engage 3 to 6 year olds as they’re taken on a rollercoaster ride of story, song and surprise. 

 

Book now, visit Aylesbury Waterside Theatre Box Office, call 0844 871 7607 (bkg fee) or visit www.atgtickets.com/aylesbury (bkg fee).

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