SHOW CANCELLED – ALL TICKET HOLDRS HAVE BEEN EMAILED ABOUT THEIR REFUNDS.
Anyone who purchase tickets through a voucher, then they will be refunded with a voucher.
Join us for ‘A Night at the Musicals’– a journey
through the world’s most enjoyable musicals.
The evening will be headlined by
the Silverwood Band, under the direction of Army Warrant Officer Class 1
(Bandmaster), Peter Elcoat.
The Band will perform alongside vocalists Victoria Ryder and Chloe MacAllister,
Durham Musical Theatre Company, and The Blue Light Choir. Adding to the visual impact, there will be dancers courtesy of Karen Heritage
Dance Academy (with costumes by Inspire).
The musical repertoire will be varied and includes many of the iconic songs
from the musicals that you all know and love.
From classics such as Oklahoma!
and West Side Story, to more contemporary music from Mamma Mia and
There’s something for everyone!
In line with the military theme in supporting ABF The Soldiers’ Charity, the
evening will also include a short Act of Remembrance, in recognition of those
who have made the ultimate sacrifice in times of conflict.
All profits from the event will directly support ABF The Soldiers' Charity.
Accessibility for shows
If you or someone in your party require wheelchair access, then you must contact the box office prior to booking, as we allocate Stalls Right Row AA for this. You won’t be able to book online yourself as we have to unblock if any are available.
Sadly, once this is full we aren’t able to allocate anymore, so early booking is advisable.
Please note for wheelchair access we will only allocate the wheelchair user and another person in this row. If your party is larger than two, then you will be required to purchase tickets elsewhere in the auditorium or as close to this area where possible.
The team at the box office will work with anyone on an individual basis for limited mobility seating as everyone’s needs vary, just give us a call and we can help