An eclectic mix of shows coming up at Chelmsford City Theatres

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A wide variety of shows at Chelmsford City Theatres

Coming up at Chelmsford City Theatres…

James Bond Concert Spectacular. Picture features a band of musicians.

Friday 15 March 7.30pm

The Civic Theatre

Compered by Madeline Smith of Live and Let Die fame and featuring all the songs from the 007 movies to Nobody Does It Better.

The Sleeping Beauty. Features two dancers in full costume with a ballet pose.

Sunday 17 March 3.00pm

The Chelmsford Picture House

Pre-recorded from The Bolshoi Ballet, Moscow. A resplendent classic filled with fantasy and wonder.

Wayne Denton's Celebration of John Denver. Picture is of a man playing a guitar with a microphone for singing.

Friday 29 March 7.30pm

The Civic Theatre

A celebration of of John Denver represents not only a way of keeping John Denver’s music alive but also a way of paying tribute to one of the greatest song writers and performers ever known.

Orlando. Picture features a lady in period drama costume.

Friday 29 & Saturday 30 March 7.30pm

The Cramphorn Studio

The life-affirming, comedic tale of an immortal poet, whose gender cannot be pinned down, whose spirit cannot be caged and whose romantic adventures provide a magic exploration of human identity.

La Forza Del Destino. 18th century scene. Actors in appropriate costumes for 1750.

Tuesday 2 April 6.15pm

The Chelmsford Picture House

Live from The Royal Opera House.

Leonara falls in love with Don Alvaro, but when her father forbids their marriage, a fatal accident triggers a drama of obsession, vengeance and tragedy.

Salon Du Chocolat. Picture features a lady with one foot on a chair and the other off it. Mainly pink and violet coloured costume.

Wednesday 3 April 8.00pm

The Cramphorn Studio

This intimate storytelling salon celebrates the relationship between cocoa nibs and forbidden literature…when chocolate was brought to England in the 1600’s, it was considered a taboo subject!

Rouse Ye Women. Scene from early 20th century. Woman in foreground with white top and dark skirt with quite a bold pose.

Thursday 4 April 8.00pm

The Cramphorn Studio

Mary Macarthur and the Women Chainmakers – a folk opera about the plight of Britain’s low-paid women workers involved in the ‘home-working sweated industries’ in 1910.

His Way The Frank Sinatra Story. Man singing in smart white suit.

Friday 5 April 8.00pm

The Cramphorn Studio

The songs and remarkable story of Frank Sinatra – his rollercoaster ride from band singer to 40’s pop idol, from his fall from popularity to swinging his way through the 50’s.

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