Lancaster Grand

Shows for April 2017

Opera Boys

Saturday 1st April at 7:30pm



From the moment these guys walk onto the stage and open  their mouths, it obvious that this will be a special evening




Leading men from London’s West End combine in a powerhouse of vocal harmony to deliver a stunning blend of music ranging from  Opera to Pop, and everything in between. For the past 5 years  The Opera Boys have been delighting audiences all over the world with their unique show combining beautiful, powerful and emotional music with funny, engaging and light--‐ hearted entertainment.

Working tirelessly to dispel the myth that opera is boring The Opera Boys combine their exceptional classically trained voices with their experience, showmanship and personality to deliver a wonderfully entertaining show not to be missed!

Tickets: £20

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Beauty and the Beast - an Easter Pantomime

starring Basil Brush, Keith Chegwin and Steve Ritchie

Monday 3rd April at 3pm and 7pm

Belle lives a quiet provincial life in the village of Ooh La La… until an Evil Enchantress arrives in town. Belle’s father accidentally stumbles across a terrifying Beast and his daughter is taken captive… Now it is up to Jolly King Cheggers, the village idiot Wally, Dame Dolly Doolittle and the mysterious Fairy Tale to save the day and unlock the Beast’s magical secret.

 Starring Keith Chegwin as the Jolly King, Basil Brush as the Beast’s hilarious sidekick and further celebrity casting yet to be announced and supported by a full professional cast, live musicians and local juvenile dancers… prepare yourself for an all-singing, all-dancing, laugh a minute ride through the fun and frolics of panto land - arriving Easter 2017!

Tickets: £14/£13/Family£48

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The Matt Monro Story- One Voice

Tuesday 4th April at 7:30pm

Celebrating the music of “the Singer’s Singer”

Who better than Matt Monro Jnr. to sing the songs and share the stories, keeping the promise he made to his dad to keep the name up there in lights where it belongs.  With audio visual and narration featuring all the best loved songs from the Matt Monro Songbook including Born Free, Portrait of my Love, Walk Away and many more songs.

Tickets: £21

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One Night of Elvis

Friday 7th April at 7:30pm

Lee Memphis King, Europe’s most successful Elvis Presley tribute artist, recreates the essence of the King with consummate ease and an almost unbelievable combination of stunningly accurate vocals and incredible passion in every performance.

In this latest production, Lee Memphis King portrays Elvis Presley at his peak celebrating the iconic ‘Vegas Years’ from 1969 - 1977. Resplendent in the most authentic costumes from Elvis’s performance and an orchestra backing this incredible performer prepare to be taken back in time to see Elvis in the way it was.

The show is enhanced by an orchestra of world class musicians and backing vocalists coupled with impressive video screen projection mapping out Elvis’s life and music.

Tickets: £21 / £20 conc

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Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion

A Lancaster Footlights production

Tuesday 18th April to Saturday 22nd April at 7:30pm

The well loved story of the professor of linguistics who wagers that he can pass off a Cockney flower seller as a duchess after six months.

First performed in 1913, this play is a satirical take on the notions of class and a commentary on women's independence.

Tickets: £10 / £9 conc

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Friday 28th April at 8pm

Performed by a multi-award winning band who have headlined the ‘International Guitar Festival’ on several occasions, this is a Queen show like no other.


From numerous Queen Conventions to TV appearances, GA GA have consistently proved why they are so highly rated by critics and audiences alike. There are no wigs, no make-up and definitely no false moustaches but instead a host of massive Queen songs played like they were meant to be.


Stunning” – Official Queen Fan Club

Superb” – Brian May

Tickets: £15/£14 conc

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Tickets can be collected from the box office in advance or half an hour before the show.