List Film

The Hippodrome Theatre

Add to favourites
83 Halifax Road, Todmorden, Lancashire, OL14 5BB
Photo of The Hippodrome Theatre

9 - 5

Based on the seminal 1980 hit movie, a book by Patricia Resnick, music and lyrics by Dolly Parton 9 -5 is a high-energy show. It is set in the late 1970s when three unlikely friends take control of their office and learn there is nothing they can’t do, even in a man’s world. *In a hilarious turn of events, pushed to boiling point, these female co-workers concoct a plan to get even with the sexist, egotistical, lying, hypocritical bigot they call their boss. With its jubilant score this story of friendship and revenge is outrageous, thought-provoking, and even a little romantic. *

Thu 1 Feb

Cancelled

Hebden Bridge Burlesque Festival Gala

The biggest event of the year from the Producers of Hebden Bridge Burlesque FestivalHosted by Stage Door Johnnyand starringAgatha FriskyCece Sinclair and Jonathan MayorLily SnatchdragonPi the MimeTwisted NymphThe Winner of Legend in the Making 2018and very special guest - direct from the USA - Sweetpea

Sat 5 May

£25

The Jerseys

The show features all the top hits of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons with a narrative telling the audience a story of how they essentially shot to fame. The show also features stunning acapellas and intrinsic routines that gives 'The Jersey Boys' aspect to the show.

Sat 10 Mar

£15–£17

Jesus Christ Superstar - The Legendary Rock Opera

TAODS are proud to present Jesus Christ Superstar - The Legendary Rock Opera, Directed by Helen Clarkson and Emma Winslow. With lavish staging and a live rock orchestra this promises to be a truly epic production.Whats the buzz? The first musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice to be produced for the professional stage,Jesus Christ Superstarhas wowed audiences for over 40 years. A timeless work, the rock opera is set against the backdrop of an extraordinary and universally-known series of events but seen, unusually, through the eyes of Judas Iscariot.Loosely based on the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John,Superstarfollows the last week of Jesus Christs life. The story, told entirely through song, explores the personal relationships and struggles between Jesus, Judas, Mary Magdalene, his disciples, his followers and the Roman Empire.The iconic 1970s rock score contains such well-known numbers as Superstar, I Dont Know How to Love Him and Gethsemane. A true global phenomenon comes to Todmorden

Tue 24 Apr

£12–£45

Wed 25 Apr

£12–£45

Thu 26 Apr

£12–£45

Fri 27 Apr

£12–£45

Sat 28 Apr

£14–£45

Manford's Comedy Club

A message from Jason ManfordHello there, Jason here, thanks for stopping by.Ive been wondering for while now, why is local stand up comedy not high up on the list of what people think about doing when looking for a great night out.So where do we go? The local pub for a few drinks? Cinema? Maybe a meal with a loved one or a cheeky midweek quiz with some mates (where said mates nip to the loo every few minutes for a pretend wee to google who played the lead in Rumpole of the Bailey or something)? Some people still go out clubbing at one of those city centre discotheques! (shudders). Even ten-pin bowling is considered higher up than comedy!How can that be? How can throwing a massive rock at ten wooden things be more fun than sitting in a dark room with your friends or partner, drink in hand, watching someone funny tell jokes that make you all laugh from your belly for hours and hours and give you something to talk about all the next day? That seems crazy to me.Its my theory that if youve seen a comedian on the telly and liked them, youll buy tickets because you know youre in for a guaranteed night of laughter. People certainly came to see me on tour (thank you for that). They go to see John Bishop or Sarah Millican or Micky Flanagan, and they have a bloody good time. Its money well spent but its not a weekly occurrence.When it comes to your local, affordable comedy club, the simple but all-important question is: But how do I know they will be funny?Is it worth paying for a night out when theres a chance you could end up sat in uncomfortable awkward silence as some bloke, whose mates told him he was easily like, the funniest bloke in the office, attempts to regale you with his tales of drunken hilarity?Well let me tell you this: There is a circuit of brilliant comics in this country who havent been on telly for a number of reasons. Maybe theyre up and coming, maybe they were on a late-night stand up show in the 80s and called the host a nobhead, or maybe they just have a severe drinking problem Either way, there are funny people out there who thrive in the live arena and want to make you laugh on a regular basis, so Im going to tell you who they are.My plan is this: Im going to carefully select some of my favourite comedians from the circuit and send them to a town near you. Simple!Im on the lookout for brilliant venues that want to host a Manfords Comedy Club and audiences who want a proper good night. Not in a huge arena where youre sat further away from the comedian than where they parked their car, but in a pub or small theatre near to your house, for a reasonable, affordable price so you can share the evening laughing out loud with friends and family and still have enough for a taxi home.So please support me in this venture and if Ive not yet included a town or venue near you, then feel free to email me and remind me.Keep on laughing folks, and remember, theres nothing like live!Jason ManfordIt was Leo McKern by the way quiz fans!

Fri 2 Feb

£10–£12.50

Fri 25 May

£12.50

Memory Of Water

Three estranged sisters meet on organise their mothers funeral and remember her through their own very different memories and relationships. Theresa, owner of an alternative therapy business, is angry that she was left to care for their dying mother. Mary, a doctor, is still struggling with a deep loss from her past. Catherine seeks attention through a succession of short-term partners. As their memories blur and the sisters bicker, will the combination of weed and whisky allow them to repair their lives and relationships?Awarded the Olivier Award for Best Comedy in 1996, this is a wise and insightful play written by the excellent Shelagh Stephenson mixes melancholy and mirth in a story about the healing memory of water.

Wed 14 Feb

£8

Thu 15 Feb

£8–£10

Fri 16 Feb

£8–£10

Sat 17 Feb

£8–£10

Merchant Of Venice

Shakespears classic tragic - romantic - comedy with the plot revolving around a debt, a marriage and a trial.

Wed 20 Jun

£8

Thu 21 Jun

£8–£10

Fri 22 Jun

£8–£10

Sat 23 Jun

£8–£10

Robin Hood Matinee

Sat 20 Jan

£6–£26

Tell us more about this venue.