Tuesday, 18 December 2018

Some tempting shows on offer for just one night in Windsor

Theatre Royal Windsor has sandwiched a series of tempting one-nighters in between its week-long runs of shows this

Theatre Royal Windsor has sandwiched a series of tempting one-nighters in between its week-long runs of shows this month.

On Sunday, a raft of stars will help raise money for a Surrey horse sanctuary. Charity trustee Jenny Seagrove has roped in celebrity pals and fellow animal-lovers including Britt Ekland, Bo Derek, Paul Potts, Rula Lenska, Peter Howarth, Liza Goddard, Marti Webb, Anita Harris and Sara Crowe - to name just a few.

Mane Chance Charity Gala will be hosted by Russell Grant and starts at 7.30pm. Tickets are £13 to £35.

Windsor panto star Kevin Cruise will be sailing in on Sunday, March 15 with his

Big Fat Cruise Ship




Wedding
. This cabaret show promises song, dance, audience participation, game shows and prizes and suitable for all the family. Tickets are £22 to £27.

Enjoy a night or afternoon filled with the thrills of the big top on Sunday, March 22 when the

Chinese New Year Extravaganza
rolls into town. A thrilling start to the Year of the Sheep will be celebrated with the Lion Dance, costumed pandas and spectacular cultural skills and acts.

Performances are at 2.30pm and 7.30pm and tickets are priced £13 to £27.

Spend the evening with a politician turned railway enthusiast in Michael

Portillo: A Game of Two Halves
on Monday, March 23. Tickets are £22 to £27.

Rounding off the month on Sunday, March 29 will be

Stand Up By Royal Appointment
â?? with a guest comedian to be announced.

Music lovers will inevitable find something to their taste in Music Icon Week, a series of one-night shows from tribute acts, performing the songs of Elvis, Kate Bush, Queen, Michael Jackson, Pink Floyd and Take That, from Tuesday, March 24 to Saturday, March 28.

For tickets and more information call the box office on 01753 853888 or visit www.theatreroyalwindsor.co.uk



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