Crewe Lyceum Theatre, to stage a wedding fayre, and summer events

Here is the latest what’s on list of events and shows coming to Crewe Lyceum Theatre over the next three weeks.

Ed Byrne – If I’m Honest, Tuesday 19 November, 8PM
Following sell-out Edinburgh Fringe dates and an incredibly successful tour last year, one of the finest observational comics in the industry comes to the theatre as part of his brand-new tour for 2019. Join him as he takes a long hard look at himself and tries to decide if he has ANY traits that are worth passing on to his children. A TV household name, Ed can be seen on programmes such as Mock The Week, The Graham Norton Show, Dara & Ed’s Big Adventure and most recently Dara and Ed’s Road to Mandalay.
Tickets £29

The Ladyboys of Bangkok, Wednesday 20 November, 7:30PM
Cheekier, funnier and more spectacular than ever, The Ladyboys of Bangkok return for their 21st year of touring the UK. In a cabaret like no other performed by girls like no other, their all new production is bigger, glitzier and more glamorous than ever before. Featuring 16 of the world’s most beautiful and stunning showgirls (who just happen to be men) as well as a grumpy dwarf from Oldham, The Ladyboys of Bangkok are dressed to kill for the biggest party in town!
Tickets £24

The Life and Rhymes of Benjamin Zephaniah, Thursday 21 November, 7:30PM
Award-winning poet Benjamin Zephaniah has hit the road for the latest leg of his first UK tour in eight years. Featuring stories about his remarkable life, including his friendship with Nelson Mandela, musical career with The Wailers, various political campaigns, and how he became one of Britain’s most popular poets, Benjamin will explain how he fought injustice and discrimination to lead his remarkable life.
Tickets £24.50

Laurie Lee – The Lost Recordings – An Illustrated talk with David Parker, Friday 22 November, Lyceum Studio, 7:45PM
One of England’s greatest writers, heard for the first time in unique recordings. Local film maker David Parker introduces recordings captured in 1994 with one of England’s finest chroniclers of our times, Laurie Lee. Extracts include his early life in the Slad Valley and the influence that the landscapes and memories of his childhood had on his subsequent writing.
Tickets £14

Ruby Wax – How to Be Human, Friday 22 November, 7:30PM
Based on her bestselling book, Ruby’s new show answers every question you’ve ever had about evolution, thoughts, emotions, the body, addictions, relationships, sex, kids, the future and compassion. A follow up to previous sell out shows Sane New World and Frazzled, the show examines how the mind works with help from a monk and a neuroscientist! Outrageously witty and smart, it’s a show that can help upgrade your mind as much as you’ve upgraded your smart phone.
Tickets £26

Mercury Queen, Saturday 23 November, 7:30PM
Including performances of the most popular Queen hits, such as Bohemian Rhapsody, Radio Ga Ga, We Are The Champions, We Will Rock You and many more, this show will captivate any audience. From die-hard Queen fans through to new generations of music lovers, this incredible show will provide a Kind of Magic that Freddie and Queen themselves would be proud of.
Tickets £25

Gary Delaney, Sunday 24 November, 7:30PM
Comedian Gary Delaney presents Gagster’s Paradise in a fun-filled laughter show that doesn’t feature the US rapper Coolio. Thanks to exceptional demand and an array of sold out dates, Gary returns to the road with some laugh a minute one liners and expertly crafted gaggery.
Tickets £21

The Ronnie Scott’s All Stars, Wednesday 27 November, 7:30PM
Direct from London’s world famous jazz club and combining world class live jazz alongside rare archive photos and video footage, The Ronnie Scott’s All Stars take you on a guided, musical tour and feature classic music from all the jazz greats that have performed in the Soho nightspot. Learn more about its past and its gangster connections and see how life at Ronnie’s is re-imagined through tales of its past visitors including pop and film stars, comedians, politicians and even royalty.
Tickets £24.50

The Elvis Years at Christmas, Friday 29 November, 7:30PM
It’s time to get well and truly in the Christmas spirit as this smash-hit production brings its special seasonal twist packed with solid-gold classics from The King. With hits including Hound Dog, Devil in Disguise and Viva Las Vegas as well as some festive greats thrown in, it’s sure to leave you Rockin’ Around The Christmas Tree during the most wonderful time of the year.
Tickets £27

Mark ‘Billy’ Billingham, Saturday 30 November, 7:30PM
SAS leader, sniper and bodyguard to the stars Mark ‘Billy’ Billingham talks openly about his life in this die-hard evening of inspirational stories that’s bound to hit the target. After protecting the likes of Brad Pitt, Tom Cruise and Sir Michael Caine, there is also the chance to meet Billy himself, who was awarded an MBE for leading a hostage rescue mission as well as countless other successful missions.
Tickets £26.50

Dear Santa, Sunday 1 December, 1:30PM, 3:30PM, Monday 2 December, 11AM, 2PM
Santa is determined to deliver the most fantastic Christmas present to Sarah. But he doesn’t get it right straight away! With the help of his cheeky Elf, he finally settles on something ‘perfect’, just in time for Christmas Eve. Rod Campbell’s Dear Santa is an ideal introduction to theatre for those aged 2 to 7. Cameras and tissues at the ready as the little ones will also get to meet the big man himself after the show to receive a present.
Tickets £14.50

Toast, Tuesday 3 December – Friday 7 December, 7:30PM, Wednesday & Saturday Matinee 2:30PM
Direct from the West End and on the back of some tasty reviews, Toast is a show to really get your teeth into. Vividly recreating the childhood of TV food writer and Chef Nigel Slater, it perfectly blends the nostalgia of his past using the tastes and smells he grew up with, with the tragic tale of love, loss and the transition into adulthood.
Tickets from £12.50

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