The Brindley Theatre is looking forward to welcoming you back for their packed spring and summer programme.
Highlights include names from the world of comedy, legendary footballers, an Eighties singing star and a brilliant Easter pantomime.
From the world of music, you can see singing sensation Paul Young, known for his massive hits such as Wherever I Lay My Hat (That’s My Home) and Every Time You Go Away, Sixties legends The Manfreds and current Folk-Rock faves Merry Hell. Plus there will be great tributes to Fleetwood Mac, Queen, Taylor Swift, Little Mix and more.
Top comedian Count Arthur Strong is returning to the Brindley on 1 May and the hilarious Irishman Jimeoin, will perform his new show ‘The Craic!’ on 20 February. There are more laughs when the writer and actress Lynne Fitzgerald presents the comedy plays Desperate Scousewives and Karen and the ever-popular Giggle Shack XL event is back in September after previous sell-out shows.
Fans of The Toffees can see legendary players Peter Reid, Kevin Ratcliffe and Kevin Sheedy talk about their careers at Everton FC, when the show Everton Legends comes to Runcorn on 9 April.
Brindley pantomime favourites Rebecca Lake and Andrew Curphey, plus Coronation Street star Steven Arnold and Eastender and Strictly Come Dancing Star Ricky Groves feature in Goldilocks, the Easter Panto, which runs from Tuesday 2 – Thursday 4 April.
There are more great family shows such as Milkshake! Live, Dinosaur Adventure and Amazing Animals.
This is just a taster of the varied and entertaining programme. You can see details of all events at www.thebrindley.org.uk or by picking up a brochure from the Brindley foyer and many outlets across the borough. Contact the box office on 0151 907 8360 for more information.