New dates for The Tiger Who Came To Tea and other shows at Chesterfield theatres
Children’s favourite The Tiger Who Came To Tea is among a string of shows to be rescheduled in Chesterfield amid the coronavirus lockdown which has temporarily shut the Winding Wheel and Pomegranate Theatre.
The two venues are closed up to and including May 31 this year, resulting in the originally scheduled run of The Tiger Who Came To Tea being moved from April 24 to 26 to November 6 to 8.
Tribute band The Cavern Beatles will now be playing on October 29 instead of this evening (Thursday, April 16).
Comedian Russell Kane brings his stand-up show The Fast and the Curious to Chesterfield on November 26 this year instead of April 18.Britain’s Got Talent winner, magician Richard Jones, will be performing on October 15 in a show which has been rescheduled from April 19.Jazz band Washington Whirligig will pay on December 7 instead of April 20.Psychic Sally brings her 10 Years and Counting show to town on January 21 next year, switching it from April 23, 2020.Menopause The Musical 2 will be staged on March 20 next year instead of April 23, 2020.Dart Wars, starring Bobby George and John Lowe, will be on stage on February 26 next year instead of April 24, 2020.The Vintage Boys will be celebrating the rock ‘n’ roll era on March 4 next year, rescheduled from May 1, 2020.Colourful comedian Julia Clary brings his Born to Mince show to Chesterfield on April 23 next year instead of May 1, 2020.The Navy Lark, a stage version of the radio series, airs on October 4 instead of May 7.Vortice Dance will perform Dracula on May 20 next year instead of May 9, 2020.SAS leader Mark ‘Billy’ Billingham will share his adventures on October 22 instead of May 9.
Brothers in Song will now be staged on February 17 next year, having been moved from May 10.
All Our Yesterdays has been switched to May 13 next year from May 5, 2020.
Comedian Joel Dommett’s stand-up show Unapologetic – if that’s OK will now run on March 13 next year, moved from May 15 this year.
Catch us if You Can has been moved to February 21 from May 16.
The Haunting of Blaine Manor will now be staged on February 26 next year instead of May 22, 2020.
One Night of Adele has been switched to March 5 from May 22.
Morecambe and Wise fans will have to wait a bit longer to see Ian Ashpitel and Jonty Stephens as Eric and Ern which has been transferred to September 26 from May 26 this year.
A play about Agatha Christie’s relationship with Margaret Rutherford, entitled Murder, Margaret and Me, has been moved to March 25 next year from May 27 this year.
Dance fans will see Ballroom Boys Act 2 on February 14 next year, a performance which has been rescheduled from May 29 this year.
UK Pink Floyd Experience will now be appearing in Chesterfield on January 15 2021 instead of June 5 this year.
A performance of Midnight Train to Georgia will run on January 30 next year, having been switched from June 6, 2020.
Satellite broadcasts of Fleetwood and Friends, honouring the early music of Fleetwood Mac, will now be shown on September 22 and 28 this year instead of June 8 and 9.
Peak Performance's production of the musical Calamity Jane will be rescheduled for next year, dates yet to be announced, from June 4 to 6 this year.
Danceworks Showcase production will now run on November 10 and 11, 2020, having been moved from June 16 and 17.
Comedian Robert White brings his Tank Top Tour to Chesterfield on October 23 instead of June 20 this year.
Top tribute band The Illegal Eagles will be playing on March 18, 2021 instead of June 27, 2020.
And comedian Ed Byrne brings his If I’m Honest tour to town on February 13 next year, rescheduled from July 3, 2020.
For more details, go to www.chesterfieldtheatres.co.uk or call 01246 345222.