Shows in July

The Kilkennys

Sunday 1st July 7.30pm



The Astor Big Band with Sadie Nine

Miller Plays the Musicals

Saturday 7th July 7.30pm

Red shirts

The Astor Big Band and singers with Sadie Nine of BBC Essex present a concert including a host of Glenn Miller classics including ” In the Mood” , “ American Patrol”, “At Last” etc . plus the Big Band standards of Frank Sinatra and Ella Fitzgerald and music from such show as “West Side Story” , “Les Misérables “ and “Chess” – all in the Miller easy listening style – with an added section to reflect the 100th Anniversary of the End of World War 1 and the songs that took the troops to war in 1914. BOOK TICKETS / MORE INFO

Dan Snow – An Evening with the ‘History Guy’

Sunday 8th July 7.30pm




An Evening with DAN SNOW will feature the well-known historian and TV presenter recount anecdotes of memorable experiences from his very successful career as an historian and broadcaster.

Otherwise known as ‘The History Guy’ Dan will also research and include historical facts and stories relating to the specific area/ town of each theatre on the tour and will be aided by the use of digital screens.

The show will be an undoubted success with academics, students, families (young and old) and all those interested in the history of their region and town.

The show will conclude with a 20mins Q&A BOOK TICKETS / MORE INFO

Luminaire – Part 2

Thursday 19th July to Friday 20th July 7.30pm


‘Better to illuminate than merely shine’

Following on from the SELL OUT success of the past six year’s performances, The Company Performing Arts are thrilled to be back at the West Cliff Theatre with their spectacular annual production. The Company students showcase their skills in a variety of song and dance. Featuring a large cast of young people aged from 2 -19 years old, don’t miss the opportunity to witness the outstanding talents of The Company in LUMINAIRE. BOOK TICKETS / MORE INFO

Bee Gees Fever Show

Saturday 21st July 7.30pm


Since 1999 Bee Gees Fever have been wowing audiences across the UK and Europe with their stunning live tribute to the music of the Brothers Gibb.

From soulful ballads to high-energy disco classics, the band faithfully recreates the songs that made the Bee Gees musical legends.

Bee Gees Fever perform all songs completely live: no backing tracks; no sequencers; just five guys, their voices and their instruments creating an undeniably authentic show packed with raw energy. BOOK TICKETS / MORE INFO

Come Follow the Band

Sunday 22nd July 3pm


Roll up, Roll up for the West Cliff Youth Theatre’s annual fundraising variety show in aid of The West Cliff Theatre.

The show has a circus theme and include songs from shows such
as “Barnum” and “The Greatest Showman” as well as more modern songs and dances.

Please come and support our talented young people as they bring colour, fun, music and dance to your Sunday afternoon.


Lance Ellington Sings Broadway

Saturday 28th July 7.30pm

Lance Sings Broadway 3 Square (2)

Join BBC Strictly Come Dancing’s lead vocalist for an enchanting evening of classic hits from all your favourite musicals plus some of your STRICTLY favourites.

Platinum award-winning artist Lance and his all-star band revive show stoppers from Guys and Dolls, Aspects of Love, Les Misérables, Miss Saigon, South Pacific, Anything Goes. . . these and all your favourite musicals.

Featuring all the glitz and glamour of Strictly – including the promise of some behind-the-scenes exclusives – it’s the very best of Broadway: Luck Be a Lady, Some Enchanted Evening, Love Changes Everything, The Impossible Dream, Somewhere and This is the Moment plus scores more musical masterpieces.  

Musical director Ed Barker – George Michael’s saxophonist – and West End songbird Zoe Nicholas accompany Lance for an evening of great family entertainment featuring the greatest songs to have ever graced the Broadway stage.


“I love Lance and I love Broadway. Just try and keep me away!” Anton Du Beke

“Lance’s voice is in a class of its own…” Des O’Connor

“A wonderful voice” Michael Parkinson

“A singer’s singer – what a talent!” the late, great Sir Bruce Forsyth BOOK TICKETS / MORE INFO