Through the Autumn to Christmas and beyond, our new season brings another wide-ranging programme of drama, music, comedy, dance and family entertainment to Northampton.
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Our Made In Northampton season continues with the return of popular productions A Tale of Two Cities and Spymonkey’s The Complete Deaths.
These are followed at Christmas by the European premiere of Peter And The Starcatcher, with under-7s show Second Star To The Right running alongside in the Underground Studio.
In Derngate auditorium, Blue’s Simon Webbe stars with Ashleigh and Pudsey in the spectacular family pantomime Jack And The Beanstalk.
The pick of touring drama and musicals ranges from Dead Sheep and The Woman in Black to Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and Dirty Dancing.
Looking further ahead into the Spring, tickets are also on sale for The Full Monty, Peter James’ Not Dead Enough and musicals Sunny Afternoon and Sister Act.
Richard Alston Dance Company returns with the best of contemporary dance, while audiences can book ahead now for performances early next year by St Petersburg Ballet Theatre, Anton And Erin and Brendan Cole.
The Autumn season includes music from a host of top artists with concerts from Seth Lakeman, Jools Holland, Elaine Paige and Jimmy Osmond.
It also features the start of the new Orchestral Season including the return of the Annual Malcolm Arnold Festival.
There is a strong season of comedy to come with acclaimed comedians taking to both the Derngate and Royal stages, including Sue Perkins, Catherine Tate, Ross Noble, Romesh Ranganathan and Northamptonshire’s own James Acaster.
Catering for all tastes, the Autumn programme also includes an evening with Joan Collins, the return of Puppetry Of The Penis, a Ghost Hunt experience and Northampton’s very own Oktoberfest.
We look forward to welcoming you this Autumn.