THERE is a host of sensational drama, musicals and comedians coming to the new season at Milton Keynes Theatre.
It kicks off with Carnaby Street taking the audience back to swinging 60s London with classic songs and eccentric characters running from September 3 to 7.
Coming from the West End is Ghost The Musical based on the Oscar-winning movie that captured the hearts of everyone in the 90s. It runs from September 17 to 28.
Drama lovers can enjoy a trio of delights to move you to tears and laughter. Alan Bennett’s acclaimed new comedy People stars Sian Phillips and Brigit Forsyth in a touching comedy all about people spoiling things. The show is on from October 29 to November 2.
A dark comedy from Sir Peter Shaffer in the form of The Private Ear and The Public Eye in a pair of intimate one-act comedies performed on the same night. This shows gives a window into the changing attitudes of life and love in the 60s and runs from October 7 to 12.
Heart-breaking drama Kindertransport about a girl separated from her mother during the Second World War will be performed from November 4 to 9.
International superstars Barry Humphries and Sir Roger Moore will be bringing a night of laughs and anecdotes from their glittering careers. An Evening with Sir Roger Moore is on Wednesday, November 13 while Humphries’ farewell tour Eat Pray and Laugh is on from October 23 to 26.
The English National Ballet will be bringing Le Corsaire to the stage from October 17 to 19 and sees swashbuckling drama combined with breath-taking dance.
Other shows include Ha Ha Holmes featuring Joe Pasquale on October 1 and Ready Steady Cook Live with Russell Grant on October 4.
Tickets for the shows can be booked by calling the box office on 0844 871 7652 or visit www.atgtickets.com/miltonkeynes.