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Wyvern Theatre

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Theatre Square, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN1 1QN
  • Telephone 01793 524481
  • Box office times Mon–Sat 10am–6pm; closed Sun.
  • Email
  • Website swindontheatres.co.uk
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The Best of Queen - The Break Free Tour

Get ready to Break Free with the UK's biggest Queen Tribute band – Majesty, in a brand-new show – The Break Free Tour! Join Freddie, Brian, Roger and John as they take you on a magical journey performing The Best of Queen, whilst celebrating the music and showmanship of the UK's favourite rock band. From Queen's early beginnings with Bohemian Rhapsody, to their sell out concerts at Wembley Stadium, you'll experience highlights from Queen's extraordinary musical performances, whilst you relive the spellbinding atmosphere that Queen delivered over their illustrious career. For nearly 50 years, Queen have wowed audiences with their legendary live concerts, heart thumping anthems, and jaw dropping, epic scale productions. With 18 number one albums, 18 number one singles and nearly 300 million records sold, it's no wonder Queen are recognised as the world's greatest rock band. The Best of Queen show will transport you to a Queen concert at the height of their power. With iconic sound and lights and featuring a selection of Queen's Greatest Hits, this magical, live stage show is 'Guaranteed to Blow your Mind!' Artist : Majesty

Wed 20 Oct

David Baddiel: Trolls – Not the Dolls

David Baddiel – Trolls: Not the Dolls

One-man show from David Baddiel about his interactions with internet trolls.

Thu 21 Oct

£31.74

Shit-Faced Shakespeare: A Midsummer Night's Dream

Shit-Faced Shakespeare: A Midsummer Night's Dream

A lovely winter tale, set in the middle of summer, told by Magnificent Bastard Productions. Yes, this is an entirely serious Shakespeare play, but yes, one cast member is entirely shit-faced.

Mon 18 Oct

£21.50

Wyvern Theatre

Named after a mythical beast, similar to a dragon, which was once thought to be the emblem of the Kings of Wessex, Wyvern Theatre was opened in 1971 by Her Majesty the Queen and His Royal Highness Prince Phillip.

The venue offers a mixed programme of comedy, dance, live music, drama, musical theatre and local amateur productions. The auditorium has 635 seats, each designed to be no further than 70 feet from the stage. Refreshments are available from the Stage Bar in the lower foyer, the Great British Cafe and upstairs the self contained The Place holds up to a hundred diners for parties, celebrations and conferences.

The Wyvern has several car parks within easy walking distance including the Princes Street open air car park (pay and display), the Whalebridge multi-storey, which is further down Islington Street and Regent Circus car park.

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