Theatre & Tickets
We have got some top quality comedy, theatre, dance and music at The Plymouth Athenaeum’s 340-seat auditorium this year.
Le Navet Bete return to The Athenaeum stage in December with their Christmas show, Aladdin, which runs from December 12 to January 6 2019. Tickets for the show, which is co-produced by the Barbican Theatre, are now on sale. Click here to book tickets.
It is laughter all round as
Plymouth Comedy Club takes to the stage on Saturday, October 6 (8pm). The headliner is Andre Vincent with support provided by Meryl O’Rourke and Scott Bennett. The audience will be kept buzzing by resident MC Chris Brooker. Click here to book tickets.
But if musical nostalgia is your thing, the
Fab Beatles return to our stage on Friday, November 9 – again following in the footsteps of the original Fab Four, who visited The Athenaeum on November 13 1964. Click here to book tickets.
Also returning to The Athenaeum is the fantastic
Cloudbusting, celebrating 40 Years of the music Kate Bush on Saturday, November 3. Click here to book tickets.
My Generation – The Who Story is an explosive, interactive celebration of one of the greatest bands of all time and it comes to The Plymouth Athenaeum on Saturday, March 9 2019 (8pm).
This one of a kind tribute show takes you on a journey through the decades from their origins as the kings of mod, through their ground-breaking albums, right through to the present day.
Click here to book tickets.
But if dance is your is thing,
James Wilton Dance, one of Europe’s most in demand dance companies, present The Storm on Friday, October 5. A whirlwind of lightning fast, athleticism, where acrobatics, break-dancing, martial arts and contact work fuse to form dance that will blow audiences away. Click here to book tickets.
Tickets are also on sale now for
Avant Garde Dance’s Fagin’s Twist on Friday, October 19 (7.30pm). Click here to book tickets.
For further details and to buy tickets 24 hours a day go to the
Barbican Theatre website or visit in person at the Barbican Theatre (11am – 6pm Monday to Friday) or by calling 01752 267131 (11am – 6pm Monday to Friday).
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