Autumn at the Civic and Cramphorn Theatres
Drama, dance, music and brand new seating in the Cramphorn.
Two very different stage classics come to the Civic - Agatha Christie’s A Murder Is Announced (3 - 7 November) with Judy Cornwell as Miss Marple, and Samuel Beckett’s Waiting For Godot (19 – 20 November). Amongst the work on offer next door in the Cramphorn, Casting The Runes (28 October), two more thrilling ghost stories performed by Robert Lloyd Parry.
A chance to try out the new seating, which promises greater comfort, with new height and angles giving a better view of the performance area. And just like your local multiplex, you can have “luxurious and spacious” premium seating in the back row for just £2 extra.
The dance highlight has to be Ballet Cymru, bringing Prokofiev's Cinderella to the Civic on October 10
Music includes tributes to the Bee Gees - Nights On Broadway (12 September), as and Kate Bush - Dreaming Of Kate (19 September). And the much-loved M&G Orchestral Concerts return for another season, beginning with the BBC Concert Orchestra on November 15.
And booking is already heavy for this year's pantomime, Aladdin, opening its month-long run on December 2.
To find out about all the shows on at Chelmsford City Theatres and to book tickets visit www.chelmsford.gov.uk/theatres or call the Box Office on 01245 606505.