We are shakin' it up here at The Royal Theatre and offering up some fantastic broadcasts from around the world. Please see below for more information on MONTY PYTHON LIVE (Mostly), BBC DR. WHO with PETER CAPALDI, BBC THE LAST NIGHT OF THE PROMS 2014 and more!
Individual Ticket Prices: $24.00 Adult & $12.00 Child 12yrs under. ONLY AVIALABLE AT THE DOOR.
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DR. WHO NEW SEASON PREMIERE Mon Aug 25 (showtime TBC) Save the date!!
This fall, Doctor Who re-launches with a new Doctor, Peter Capaldi (In the Loop, World War Z), at the helm of the TARDIS and a thrilling new adventure through space and time. It’s the perfect opportunity to experience Doctor Who for the first time or for long-time fans to be a part of this highly anticipated season premiere! The electrifying episode will be shown in cinemas and will also include 15 minutes of exclusive bonus content. Capaldi will be joined by companion Jenna Coleman (Captain America: The First Avenger) in what promises to be the most amazing Doctor Who adventure yet, a brand new beginning for a legendary series!
LAST NIGHT OF THE PROMS Saturday Sept. 13 11:30am
Sakari Oramo directs his first Last Night of the Proms, joined by powerhouse Dutch violinist Janine Jansen. British patriotism and Strauss’s anniversary celebrations combine for the first Proms performance of the composer’s extraordinary cantata Taillefer. Ansell’s romp of a nautical overture, Plymouth Hoe, and Ravel’s gypsy-dance Tzigane add colourful contributions to this musical celebration that culminates, as always, with a mass singalong. Sakari Oramo directs his first Last Night, joined by star Dutch violinist Janine Jansen. We pay tribute to the late John Tavener with his touching Song for Athene, and mark the 50th anniversary of the film Mary Poppins with a singalong medley. Arnold’s Peterloo overture receives its first performance in ?a new choral version with lyrics by Sir Tim Rice, while our Strauss-anniversary celebrations conclude with the Proms premiere of the composer’s massive cantata Taillefer. The nautical flavour of Ansell’s Plymouth Hoe (and its brief quotation of Rule, Britannia!) forms an upbeat to the traditional Last Night favourites, led by baritone Roderick Williams.
MONTY PYTHON LIVE (Mostly) Enore date TBC
The five surviving members of Monty Python have succumbed to public demand, and are back on stage for a rip-roaring show, bringing their unique brand of comedy to a new generation of unsuspecting (soon to be) fans. During a recent press conference, they promised: ‘’a little comedy, a lot of pathos, a lot of music and a tiny bit of ancient sex and maybe some cross dressing’’. Monty Python fans wouldn’t expect anything less!