entertainment

shows and events...

Friday

MAJESTIC Theatre, Retford: The Jersey Boys. Performance at 7.30pm. If you are a fan of The West End Show the Jersey Boys, then don’t miss the chance to see where it all began with “The New Jersey Boys” show. The New Jersey Boys takes you back to this magical time in music history when four boys from New Jersey in the USA and from the wrong side of the tracks invented their own unique sound. Tickets £14.50 -16.00. Box Office 01777 706866.

LYCEUM Theatre, Sheffield: Buddy - The Buddy Holly Story. Performance at 7.30pm. A phenomenally multi-talented cast come together to tell Buddy Holly‘s story, from his meteoric rise to fame, to his final legendary performance at The Surf Ballroom in Clear Lake, Iowa. Tickets £24 - £31. Box Office 0114 249 6000.

CITY Hall, Sheffield. Toby Fosters Last Laugh Comedy Club. Performance at 8.15pm. Tickets £16. Box Office 0114 278 9789.

Saturday

PLAYHOUSE, Nottingham. Cinderella. Performances at 2.30pm & 7.30pm. Runs until the 14th January. Starring Jeffrey Longmore as Dowager Duchess Devilla, John Elkington and Anthony Hoggard as Ugly Sisters Bella and Donna, Rebecca Little as Dandini and Danielle Corlass as Cinderella in panto supremo Kenneth Alan Taylor’s right royal entertainment. Tickets: Adults £22 (£20.50), Children £18, Last Night £25. Box Office 0115 941 9419.

PALACE Theatre, Mansfield. Joe Brown. Performance at 7.30pm. This country’s premier Rock ‘n’ Roll legend Joe Brown comes to us after another remarkable year even by his own high standards. Expect Timeless Classics, Rockabilly, Gospel, Country, Folk, Electric Rock ‘n’ Roll all to be interwoven with Joe’s effervescent delivery and humorous reminiscences. Tickets £20 - £21. Box Office 01623 633133.

Sunday

MAJESTIC Theatre, Retford. Peter Pan. Performance at 5.30pm. The Majestic Theatre School is proud to perform the magical story of Peter Pan. Come and see the stars of the future in this well loved tale, as Peter Pan, the boy who never grew up, battles Captain Hook and takes Wendy, John and Michael on a magical adventure to Never Never Land. Tickets £6.50 - £8.00. Box Office 01777 706866.

Monday

THEATRE Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham. Legally Blonde. Performance at 7.30pm. Runs until the 3rd December. The international award-winning hit Legally Blonde The Musical is coming to the Theatre Royal Nottingham. Winner of 7 major awards including Best Musical 2011 (Olivier Awards) this all-singing, all-dancing romantic comedy is about knowing who you are and showing what you’ve got.Tickets £19.00 - £42.50. Box Office 0115 989 5555.

CITY HALL, Sheffield. Remember when at Christmas. Performance at 2.30pm. We can all be dreaming of a White Christmas and watching Chestnuts roasting on an open fire, with Neil Sands and his brilliant cast of West End performers who will have you singing along to all your festive favourites. Tickets £9. Box Office 0114 278 9789.

Tuesday

LYCEUM Theatre, Sheffield. Dr Marigold and Mr Chops. Performance at 7.45pm. Adapted by Patrick Garland, these masterpieces, which were hugely popular when Dickens himself performed them on his famed reading tours, provide a masterly blend of the comic, bizarre and poignant that is classic Dickens. Tickets £13.50 - £23.00. Box Office 0114 249 6000.

Wednesday

THEATRE Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham. The Vagina Monologues. Performance at 8pm. This hilariously witty and moving collection of stories is an unmissable show for every generation - bring your mum, your best friend, your sister or even your gran - this is the ultimate girls night out...trust us! Tickets £19.50. Box Office 0114 278 9789.

CRUCIBLE Theatre, Sheffield. Company. Performance at 7.30pm. Runs until 7th January 2012. This brilliantly observed musical about love and marriage is sophisticated, fast-paced and funny. Tickets £12. Box Office 0114 249 6000.

Thursday

MOTORPOINT Arena, Sheffield. Bryan Adams. Performance at 7.30pm. Rock superstar Bryan Adams, shall be plugging in once again and hitting the road with a full band to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of his three times platinum selling album ‘Waking Up The Neighbours’. After the phenomenal success of his ‘Bare Bones’ solo-acoustic tour last year, Bryan will be hitting the road for a full arena tour of the UK stopping at 12 cities across the country, this time with a full band. Tickets £39.50. Box Office 0114 278 5656.