5 Theatrical Events to Book This Month

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HEAVEN EYES The Maltings, Berwick
Five fantastic dates for your diary in the North East’s theatres for the month of March

14–18 MARCH
ANNIE

The Phoenix Theatre, Blyth
01670 367228
www.thephoenixtheatre.org.uk

The sun’ll come out tomorrow – and you can bet your bottom dollar that this production of Annie at The Phoenix Theatre will be worth seeing. Your favourite red-headed mop-topped child star takes centre stage here.

17–18 MARCH
GALA MAGIC SHOW

The Customs House, South Shields
0191 454 1234
www.customshouse.co.uk

If you need to impress a loved one, pull this metaphorical rabbit from your metaphorical hat and head along to the gala evening shows at South Tyneside International Magic Festival. The magicians on stage are likely to do the same thing.

20–25 MARCH
THE FULL MONTY

Sunderland Empire
0844 871 3022
www.atgtickets.com

If you’ve ever wanted to see Gary Lucy or Chris Fountain in the buff, this might be your best bet without running the risk of being slapped with a restraining order. The stage adaptation of the hit film comes to the Empire this March.

21–26 MARCH
EVITA

Alnwick Playhouse
01665 510785
www.alnwickplayhouse.co.uk

Everyone sing along now: Don’t cry for me Argentina... It’s the musical made famous by Madonna, and this tale of Eva Peron’s journey from outsider to spiritual leader will be put on by the Alnwick Stage Musical Society, following up their well-received production of Sister Act last year.

25 MARCH
HEAVEN EYES

The Maltings, Berwick
01289 330999
www.maltingsberwick.co.uk

This Thèâtre Sans Frontières production, adapted for the stage by acclaimed children’s author David Almond, tells the story of three youngsters who run away from their children’s home, sailing down the Tyne before getting stuck on the mudflats.

Published in: March 2017

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