Looking for something to do on a spring evening? Wiltshire Creative has the following shows going on sale from Friday, 6th February.
Wednesday 26 April 2023 at 7.30pm
Nashville Bad Boys of Country
Nashville Bad Boys of Country is a brand new production celebrating the massive catalogue of Country and Western hits throughout the years.
With a good measure of humour and a smattering of slapstick (but minus kitsch or party-shop fancy-dress cowboy outfits) this show is set to delight audiences throughout the UK and Ireland.
Audiences will revel in the sounds of Willie Nelson, Alan Jackson, Garth Brooks, Johnny Cash, Brooks and Dunn, Dolly Parton, Steve Earle, Kenny Rogers, John Denver, Brad Paisley and many more.
With their powerful vocals, stunning musicianship and harmonies, 8-piece band, Nashville Bad Boys of Country will have audience up on their feet, stomping, singing and clapping along to the opening number, “Welcome to The Bad Boys Country Show!”
Thursday 27 April at 7.30pm
THE MAGIC OF THE BEE GEES: YOU WIN AGAIN TOUR
Direct from London’s West End, now in their 9th spectacular year. . .
Whether you’re a brother or whether you’re a mother, when the feeling’s gone and you can’t go on, it’s time to put on your dancing shoes, for the night out of the year you have been waiting for, as we celebrate the songs of music royalty, the Bee Gees.
With a brand-new show for 2022, complete with stunning light and video show, prepare to experience the distinct sound of one the greatest bands to have ever graced the stage in this unforgettable concert spectacular.
Immerse yourself in the brothers’ music through the Sixties, Seventies, and Eighties – including hits they wrote for artists such as Celine Dion, Diana Ross, and Dolly Parton.
Join us for this breath-taking concert spectacular, taking you on a musical journey through all your favourite songs, including Night Fever, Stayin’ Alive, More Than a Woman, You Should Be Dancing, How Deep is Your Love and many more!
This fabulously authentic production ensures the Gibb brothers’ incredible legacy of classic hit songs is well and truly stayin’ alive!
Friday 28 April at 7:30pm
The Ronnie Scott’s All Stars Present
The Ronnie Scott’s Story
Direct from London’s world-famous jazz club and combining world class live jazz, narration and rare archive photos and video footage, The Ronnie Scott’s All Stars, led by the club’s musical director, celebrate ‘The Ronnie Scott’s Story’.
Mixing classic music from the jazz greats who have performed at Ronnie Scott’s over its incredible 60+ year history, alongside tales of old Soho, miscreant musicians and police raids, this is a unique evening celebrating one of the world’s most famous jazz venues, its music, and history.
‘Outstanding players. For poise, balance and swing they’re a joy to listen to’ The Observer
‘Full-on brilliance’ The Guardian
Saturday 29 April at 1pm
Gather la Familia! It’s time to celebrate something truly Magical.
From the producers of Sing-a-Long-a Sound of Music and Sing-a-Long-a Frozen, the brand new smash hit film musical of 2021 about the Family Madigral with lyrics on screen that everyone can’t stop singing.
Cheer on Mirabel as she tries to save the magic surrounding the Encanto. Sing your heart out with our live host, who will teach you some dance moves, help you create some magic and show you how to use your free props bag.
Those of you not familiar with Encanto it is a tale of The Madrigals an extraordinary family who live hidden in the mountains of Colombia in a charmed place called the Encanto. The magic of the Encanto has blessed every child in the family with a unique gift — every child except Mirabel. However, she soon may be the Madrigals last hope when she discovers that the magic surrounding the Encanto is now in danger.
It couldn’t be easier or more fun! The first rule of Sing-a-long-a is THERE ARE NO RULES! Fancy dress is strongly encouraged and full audience participation essential. You the audience are the stars!
Saturday 29 April at 7pm
Sing-a-Long-a The Greatest Showman
Look out ‘cause here it comes….
From the producers of Singalonga Sound of Music and Singalonga GREASE, the smash hit film musical that everyone can’t stop singing
Cheer on Hugh Jackman, lust after Zac Efron as you experience The Greatest Showman in the greatest way possible – with lyrics on the screen so you can join in as loud as you want.
And it’s marching on to the beat we drum.
Our live host will teach you a unique set of dance moves that will truly make you come alive. As they show you how to use our interactive prop bags.
YOU the audience will rewrite the stars!
It couldn’t be easier or more fun! The first rule of Sing-a-long-a is THERE ARE NO RULES! Fancy dress is strongly encouraged and full audience participation essential.
Friday 3 November at 7:30pm
Geoff Norcott: BASIC BLOKE
New national tour for star of Have I Got News For You, A League Of Their Own, The Last Leg, Would I Lie to You?, Live At The Apollo, 8 Out of 10 Cats, Backstage With Katherine Ryan and many more!
It’s been a rough couple of years for blokes. Toxic masculinity has grabbed all the headlines and ruined it for your standard model, who have been put under the microscope like never before. At first glance, there’s not much to examine – there’s no Bloke 2.0.
Taking up his own bloke’s-eye-view, Geoff can see that despite the social media vortex, your man in the street, average Joe, man on the Clapham Omnibus and your John Smiths just keep plodding on, fuelled by a diet of football, sheds, super-hero films, sporting autobiographies, wearing socks at all times and strategically burying feelings when necessary.
However, under the paraphernalia of manhood and the sometimes basic, even primal, behaviour of dads and lads, Geoff can see that there is something mysterious and definitely non-toxic going on.
A kindly and funny stock-take of both himself his fellow man, BASIC BLOKE unlocks some of the more complicated behaviour of your husbands, dads and brothers.
★★★★ ‘He has become one of our most refreshingly funny comedians of any stripe.’ The Times
‘He’s a class act with a mature, sharp take on modern politics.’ Sunday Times