Plenty of big names comes to the theatre as part of new season

Plenty of big names comes to the theatre as part of new season.
Plenty of big names comes to the theatre as part of new season.
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Big names from the world of comedy will be starring in a classic musical.

Comedian and television presenter Jason Manford stars alongside dancer Louie Spence and stand up Ross Noble in The Producers.

The musical, based on the Mel Brooks film, sees a musical producer attempting to produce the worst theatre show ever. It is performed at Milton Keynes from March 30 to April 4.

Peep Show’s Robert Webb takes on another classic show when he appears in Jeeves and Wooster. Based on the PG Wodehouse novel Perfect Nonsense and runs from April 7 to 11. It also stars Christopher Ryan who appeared in The Young Ones and in several episodes of Doctor Who.

Matthew Bourne’s magical dance production of Edward Scissorhands is coming to Milton Keynes Theatre from February 17 to 21.

The show has carved a place in the hearts of thousands across the world since its premiere. Presenting its first major revival, Bourne takes a fresh new look at this modern fairytale, which will be revitalised for a whole new generation of dance lovers and theatregoers.

Based on the classic Tim Burton movie, it features the beautiful music of Danny Elfman and Terry Davies.

The Northern Ballet present a classic story when it is performed from April 28 to May 2.

Immerse yourself in Cathy and Heathcliff’s turbulent love affair as the ‘best dance actors in the world’ capture the spirit of Wuthering Heights and the untamed beauty of the Yorkshire Moors.

Passionate and obsessive, Cathy and Heathcliff’s love is as unruly and dangerous as the Moors that surround them. As children they are inseparable, but over time their childish affection deepens into an overwhelming and devastating love.

Tickets for these shows and several more are on sale now and can be booked by calling the box office on 0844 871 7652 or by visiting www.atgtickets.co.uk/miltonkeynes for more details.