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Princes Hall

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Princes Way, Aldershot, Hampshire, GU11 1NX
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Dave Gorman: With Great PowerPoint Comes Great ResponsibilityPoint

Dave Gorman

The King of PowerPoint comedy is back with a new live show.

Mon 30 Sep

£32.80

Ed Byrne: If I'm Honest…

Ed Byrne

The comic discusses whether he has any traits worthy of being inherited by his progeny.

Tue 8 Oct

£27

The Horne Section

The Horne Section

The sextet fronted by the inimitable Alex Horne performs a medley of retro jazz-swing and big band music plus stand-up, performance and musical comedy.

Wed 13 Nov

£30

June Concert - 2018/19 Season

Conductor: William Carslake Soloist: Hiroko Imai

Stravinsky: Symphonies of Wind Instruments (1947) Shostakovich: Piano Concerto No. 2 Stravinsky: Concerto in D Shostakovich: Symphony No. 9 in E flat major

Our final concert of the season is a celebration of the work of two Russian composers: Stravinsky and Shostakovich. A highlight of the evening is the latter's second piano concerto which enjoys enduring popularity on account of the soulful and wistful Andante. This, together with the other two vivacious movements, sets the concerto apart from many of the composer's other works in its sense of freedom and abandon. To perform this delightful work, we are very excited to welcome the young Japanese pianist, Hiroko Imai (Photo: Gerhard Flekatsch) who is a multi-award-winning soloist in her native country.

The Stravinsky elements of the concert comprise two works, one for wind instruments and the other for strings. The Symphonies for Wind Instruments, which was composed in 1920 in memory of Claude Debussy, grew from a chorale, drawing on Russian folk idoms. The Concerto in D was composed much later in 1946 just after Stravinsky's naturalisation as a US citizen and reflects his exposure to a diversity of musical styles.

The final work of the season is Shostakovich's 9th Symphony, which was completed just three months after the Allied victory in Europe. In contrast to the majesty and triumphalism the critics were expecting, the symphony is a small-scale almost neoclassical work which reflected Shostakovich's attitude to the political elite; as he said, "I couldn't write an apotheosis to Stalin, I simply couldn't". A Russian critic described it as "old man Haydn and a regular American sergeant unsuccessfully made up to look like Charlie Chaplin, with every possible grimace and whimsical gesture." We hope this excites your curiosity enough to make the concert unmissable; why not take to social media and tell us what you think?

Sat 15 Jun

£14.85 some concessions

Milton Jones

Milton Jones

English comedian as seen on Mock the Week and heard on BBC Radio 4.

Wed 12 Feb

£29.50

A Night We'll Never Forget - An Evening Of Musical Theatre

A fun-filled evening of dancing and singing in aid of MIND UK, a mental health charity. Including songs from Mamma Mia, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Hamilton and many more.

Sat 7 Sep

£10–£15

Paul Zerdin

Paul Zerdin

Paul Zerdin and his dysfunctional puppet family are back by popular demand with a brand-new UK tour. As well as starring everyone’s favourites Sam, Albert and Baby, there’ll be his new bodyguard, an urban fox, some hilarious audience participation - and a talking ice cream - all using a mixture of master puppeteering, state of the art animatronic wizardry and a unique blend of edgy comedy.   It's a quirk of British theatre that a man can get a standing ovation for spending the best part of 75 minutes on a stage talking to himself. It goes without saying that Paul’s skills are top notch – there's not a hint of movement from his lips and he has a strong command of a range of different voices but it’s his control of the puppets and sense of timing that brings his characters to life!   Don’t miss out on your chance to see the winner of America’s Got Talent and one of Britain’s finest entertainers.   ‘’The best ventriloquist Britain has discovered for many years…’’  The Stage

*“If you think the words ‘brilliant’ and ‘ventriloquist’ have no place in the same sentence, go and see Paul Zerdin for some brutal re-education”  * Evening Standard

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Mon 14 Oct

£22

Ruby Wax: Frazzled 'A Guide To Mindfulness'

Ruby Wax - How To Be Human

Drop dead gorgeous, sassy and smart, Ruby Wax brings her new one-woman show to the stage.

Based on her number one best seller, “A Mindfulness Guide for the Frazzled.” She’s been honoured with the title of poster girl for mental illness; once crazy now less so, she gives a tour of the mind – how to use it, not lose it.

Ruby Wax if you don’t know is a much loved, U.S. born comedy-actor-writer of incredibly successful books and TV shows including script editor of “Absolutely Fabulous” and is a mental health campaigner.

This event is your passport to saner living and is a follow up to her previous sell out show and book, “Sane New World.”

By the way, she graduated from Oxford with a Masters in Mindfulness–based Cognitive Therapy (at a late stage) three years ago so she should know her stuff.

Thu 19 Sep

£26.50

Rushmoor Male Voice Choir

Rushmoor Male Voice Choir

The male voice choir team up with the Camberley & District Silver Band for a summer performance that celebrates choral and brass band classics.

Fri 28 Jun

£12.50 includes Programme

Stewart Francis: Into the Punset

Stewart Francis: Into the Punset

Surreal and deadpan one-liners from the Canadian stand-up and TV regular, as seen on Mock The Week and Live At The Apollo.

Thu 17 Oct

£24.50

This multi-purpose venue was opened in 1973 by the HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, after whom it's named. Originally planned as a civic building, it underwent a major rebuild between 1989 and 1990 to make it fit for purpose as a performance venue. Further improvements have been carried out since 2000. Today it hosts major touring theatre, comedy, music and dance acts, and its function rooms can be hired for conferences, parties and weddings.

Aldershot station is just over half a mile away and the Hall is served by the 1, 4, 5, 17, 18, 19 and 422 buses.

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