Smashing line-up as new programme is announced

A host of treats are in store for visitors to the Maltings Theatre as a new programme of events is announced.

Saturday, 23rd September 2017, 14:33 pm
Updated Wednesday, 27th September 2017, 10:41 am
The Tiger Who Came To Tea

October starts with children’s theatre show The Tiger Who Came To Tea, direct from the West End, with two performances on Tuesday, October 3.

Jason Manford is back for three nights, from October 12 to 14, with his Work in Progress tour, but has almost sold out, and The Maltings inaugural Jazz Weekend will take place from Friday, October 13.

Go Shark hunting when all three of the Shark in the Park series by Nick Sharratt are performed live on stage on Thursday, November 2.

And there is another family favourite coming to town as the Russian National Ballet perform the ultimate festive fairy-tale The Nutcracker on Sunday, November 5.

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Apphia Campbell embarks on her debut UK tour of Black is the Color of My Voice on Friday, November 3, and The Simon and Garfunkel Story uses huge projection photos and original film footage on Wednesday, November 8.

Berwick Festival Opera continues with Cox and Box, plus And Sullivan, a new one-act companion play, on Friday, November 17 and Saturday, November 18.

The festive month starts with Buddy Holly and the Cricketers: Holly at Christmas on Saturday, December 2.

Guy Masterson performs Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol on December 8, and Berwick Festival Opera stages Handel’s Messiah by Opera dei Lumi on December 9, at Paxton House.

Sophie Armstrong: Jazz at Christmas will be on stage on December 15, and MasterChef 2017 finalist Lorna Robertson returns to town with Lorna’s Christmas Favourites: Cooking Demonstration on December 16.

Manford’s Comedy Club is on December 20, and it will be panto season with The Adventures of Sinbad, from December 16 to 31.

To book tickets, or for more information, visit or visit the theatre in person, or contact the box office on 01289 330999.