The Glasgow-born singer-songwriter performs acoustic versions of his back catalogue.
Thu 3 Oct
Musical journey through the life and career of the great American songwriter Carole King.
Tue 22 Oct
One-man show from David Baddiel about his interactions with internet trolls.
Thu 12 Mar
The Football Ramble are back! And they’re going global! Join the gang as they bring their chart-topping podcast to life in a multimedia extravaganza. Expect all your favourites from the show as they cast an eye over the best - and most ridiculous - moments from the footballing circus.
It’s a football show, but not as you know it…
Fri 27 Sep
Prices to be confirmed
Tribute to George Michael by Wayne Dilks.
Fri 30 Aug
Phil McIntyre Entertainments by arrangement with Lisa Thomas Management
Fringe legend and 'outright king of live comedy' (Times), Jason Byrne, is opening the doors again for more comedy chaos. Everyone is welcome (unless you're under 14). Strap in as Jason takes you on a trip of mad routines alongside some proper bonkers stunts. As seen on 'Live at the Apollo' (BBC One), 'The Royal Variety Show' (ITV1) and 'Don't Say It, Bring It' (Dave), and recently seen judging 'Ireland's Got Talent' (TV3). He's truly 'unmissable' (Evening Standard) and 'consistently brilliant' (Metro).
Age category: 14+
Fri 4 Oct
Australia's cult comedy king performs his too-crude-for-TV songs.
Mon 11 Nov
Fresh off the back of his Britain’s Got Talent 2018 win, Lee Ridley (aka Lost Voice Guy) sets out on a tour of the UK for 2019.
Tue 19 Nov
Pop icon, Bond singer and 1969 winner of the Eurovision Song Contest whose singing career spans six decades.
Thu 31 Oct
English comedian as seen on Mock the Week and heard on BBC Radio 4.
Thu 26 Mar
Character comedy centred around Baptiste, a clairvoyant, medium and psychic best known for his appearances on Peter Kay's Phoenix Nights, played by Alex Lowe.
Fri 11 Oct
Dance showcase set to a soundtrack from the 1970s by Strictly Come Dancing star Louis Smith MBE, joined by Rachel Stevens and Pussycat Doll Melody Thornton and backed by a live band.
Sat 14 Sep
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.
Wed 11 Sep
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.
Wed 16 Oct
Prices to be confirmed
Thu 26 Sep
Surreal and deadpan one-liners from the Canadian stand-up and TV regular, as seen on Mock The Week and Live At The Apollo.
Wed 23 Oct
2019 sees the 50th anniversary of The Who’s most universally-known and much-lauded concept album, Tommy. To mark this anniversary, international 8-piece band, The Goldhawk’s, will be touring to perform the original album in full detail and accuracy across the theatre stages of UK and Europe.
This world-class, eight-piece band, fronted by Doug Freeman who is widely regarded as the world's greatest ever live tribute to Roger Daltrey, faithfully recreates the power, tension and visceral emotion of the music backed by a large screen showing bespoke film. Orchestration and brass section are superbly recreated by The Goldhawk’s Musical Director, Fabio Pricilla
Sat 28 Sep
One of Britain's most famous radio DJs commemorates the time he has spent on the airwaves in his autobiography, 'Poptastic!: My Life in Radio'.
Sat 1 Feb
Built in 1977 by Hillingdon Borough Council with a bequest from Councillor Alfred Beck, the Beck was purpose-built as a community-focused theatre
After being threatened with closure in 1984, it was saved by a local petition and was taken over two years later by Charles Vance. It is now run by HQ Theatres, running shows on behalf of the council.
The theatre survived an attempted IRA bombing in 1991.
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