#HFC Youth Theatre
The HFC Youth Theatre group meets weekly on a Saturday during term time and is open to ages 7 - 21, split into three age groups.
Jack and The Beanstalk Tuesday 6 – Saturday 31 December
From the creative team that brought you last year’s hit show, Dick Whittington and his
Mousehole Cat!, comes a brand new adventure.
Saint Petersburg Classic Ballet, Swan Lake - 18 & 19 January 7.30pm
The romance and beauty of Tchaikovsky’s sublime soaring score, Swan Lake is considered to be one of the greatest classical ballets of all time.
Saint Petersburg Classic Ballet, The Nutcracker - 20 & 21 January
It's Christmas Eve and Dr Silbergaus has arranged a party for his daughter Clara. Her Godfather, dresses as Santa Claus, arrives with gifts for the children including a Doll, a Mouse King and a Nutcracker. When the party ends and guests leave, Clara goes to bed.
Ghost The Musical - 23 to 28 January 2017
Walking back to their apartment late one night a tragic encounter sees Sam murdered and his beloved wife Molly alone, in despair and utterly lost.
Angela Hewitt and European Union Chamber Orchestra 2 Feb 7.30pm
Emma Johnson and John Lenehan Monday 27 February 2017 7.30pm
Clarinet: Emma Johnson Piano: John Lenehan
Brahms Sonata in E flat major op.120 no.2
Weber Grand Duo Concertante and more....
Omid Djalili: Schmuck For a Night Thursday 2 March 2017 7.30pm
Award winning comedian and actor Omid Djalili known for his legendary stand-up performances, is back on a nationwide tour! Intelligent, sometimes provocative and always entertaining, his stand-up is a hugely energetic and captivating comedy masterclass.
A Judgement in Stone Monday 6 – Saturday 11 March 2017
Building on the decade-long success of The Agatha Christie Theatre Company, which sold over two million tickets and played to packed houses around the UK, Bill Kenwright presents a new production adapted from one of the most celebrated works of the writer often hailed as the successor to Agatha Christie, Ruth Rendall.
Rambert Ghost Dances and Other Works - 23 & 24 March 2017
The masterpiece of world famous choreographer Christopher Bruce, Ghost Dances is possibly the most popular work in Rambert’s history. It tells stories of love and compassion, as death – in the form of the iconic ‘ghosts’ – interrupts the daily lives of a series of ordinary people. Created as a response to political oppression in South America, it uses imagery from the Day of the Dead and bewitching traditional songs to create a moving, intensely human work.