Ritz, Victoria Street, 01278 794123, www.ritz-burnham.co.uk
From Friday August 20 to Thursday August 26 included:
Reminiscence (12A): every day 4:15 p.m. & 7:30 p.m.
Around the world in 80 days (2021) (U): every day at 11 a.m.
You can also watch:
Free Guy (12A): every day 5:30 p.m. & 8:20 p.m.
Snakes Eyes (12A): every day at 5 p.m. and 7:55 p.m.
Jungle cruise (12A): every day at 2:25 p.m.
Croods 2: A New Age (U): Daily at 11:45 am
Space Jam: A New Legacy (U): Daily at 2 p.m.
Spirit Untamed (U): every day at 11:20 a.m.
Paw Patrol: Le Film (U): every day at 1:30 p.m.
49 Social Club, Baker Street, Weston
Non-members and members are welcome.
August 29: Karla, 4 p.m.
September 11: Old Skool, 7 p.m.
September 26: Lipinski, 4 p.m.
Cafe in the Park, Grove Park, Weston
August 22: DHSS. Singers & Strummers from Des Henly, 2:30 p.m.
August 29: Tim Pitman. Rock, Pop & Classical Tenor, 2:30 p.m.
September 5: Serenade Big Band, 2:30 p.m.
The Playhouse Theater, High Street.
Ticket office 01934 645544
www.theplayhouse.co.uk, www.facebook.com/ThePlayhouseWeston, www.instagram.com/theplayhousewsm/
August 19: THE HISTORY OF WHO. With a successful Quadrophenia theatrical tour under their belt (culminating in stars Phil Daniels and Trevor Laird on stage with them at a sold-out show in Brighton), the world’s finest tribute to The Who is now on the road with Tommy – the album, live.
August 20: EVERLYS AND FRIENDS: LE LIVE HOMMAGE SHOW. This spectacular two-hour tribute show is simply unmatched. Buy your tickets now and enjoy The Temple Brothers as they bring the magic of the Everly Brothers to life with their very special friends.
August 21: LEO GREEN PRESENTS THE SOUNDS OF THE Fifties LIVE. This isn’t an old-fashioned tribute show – there’s no dodgy doppelganger, it’s two hours of amazing, fast-paced music that will have you singing and dancing.
August 22: CIRCUS OF HORRORS. The new show will be an immersive celebration of its amazing 25 years.
August 27: THIS WILL BE THE 35TH ANNIVERSARY DAY SHOW. The show has been described as “endlessly entertaining”, mixing brilliant vocals and superb musicality with hilarious knock-offs and comedy routines. A great night out guaranteed, it really is the best “feel-good” show on the road. You will not be disappointed.
August 28: 80’s LIVE. Whether you were born in the 1980s, had the chance to hear these sounds with your own cassette player, or got a glimpse into 1980s life from Stranger Things, once you’ve seen 80s Live, you’ll want to relive it again. and even.
August 29: LAST NIGHT AT THE BAL. The British Philharmonic Concert Orchestra returns with this popular classic to lift everyone’s spirits after the lockdown. A fun evening of the best of British music and beyond, culminating with catchy choirs from Land of Hope and Glory, Jerusalem and Rule Britannia to name a few.
August 31: HORRIBLE STORIES: MAGNIFICENT GEORGIANS AND VICTORIAN CITIES. Are you ready to swing with a Georgian king? Can you agree with Admiral Nelson? Does the Duke of Wellington get the boot? Do you dare to dance the Tyburn jig? Will you be saved by Florence Nightingale? Find out what a baby farmer has been up to and get moving with Queen Victoria!
September 1: MILTON JONES TO MILTON: IMPOSSIBLE. A man. A mission. Is it possible? Not really. Milton reveals the truth about being an international spy, before being given a disappointing new identity that requires him to appear on Mock the Week, Live at the Apollo.
September 2: ALL CHANGES: THE STORY OF TAKE That & ROBBIE WILLIAMS. Join UK favorite tribute band Everything Changes Take That and Robbie Williams Story for the ultimate Take That night, featuring an 11-piece band and dancers.
September 3: THE HISTORY OF CARPENTERS. This all-new show for 2020 once again showcases the outstanding vocal talents of Claire Furley, with Music Director Phil Aldridge leading the Carpenters Story Orchestra as they recreate Richard Carpenter’s original orchestral arrangements.
September 4: SOME WONDERFUL KIND: THE MUSIC OF STEVIE WONDER. Celebrating the genius of Stevie Wonder, haunting vocalist Noel McCalla, award-winning saxophonist Derek Nash and a world-class band present a diverse catalog of classic hits. Playing hit after hit, from the dance floor classics ‘I Wish’ and ‘Superstition’ to the magnificent arrangements of ‘My Cherie Amour’ and ‘Overjoyed’, this is a true ‘master blaster of a show’!
September 10: SYMPHONIC 60S. Don’t miss your chance to take a journey through the best of the ’60s while listening to music the way it was meant to be played – live and symphonic!
September 12: ENCORE ELO. Come relive the era of Glam Rock as ELO Again pays homage to the beautifully crafted songs of Jeff Lynne. You will revel in the unique symphonic rock style of ELO and hear some of the most unforgettable classic rock and pop songs of our generation. The timeless Mr Blue Sky returns, so Roll Over Beethoven – Rock ‘n Roll Is King.
September 15: THE BOOTLEG BEACH BOYS. From surf-themed anthems such as “Surfin ‘Safari” and “Surfer Girl” to classic muscle car memorabilia like “Shut Down” and “Fun Fun Fun”, the band have assembled an impressive repertoire of West Coast songs. loaded with harmony, which evoke the spirit and essence of the pursuit of the American dream of the 1960s.
September 16: THE CHICAGO BLUES BROTHERS: A NIGHT AT THE CINEMA. Get out those trilbies, put on your sunglasses, and polish your dancing shoes, because we’re bringing the party to life in this two-hour show of non-stop music and laughter. You will dance, you will sing, you will have an unforgettable moment.
September 17: IAN ASHPITEL & JONTY STEPHENS AS ERIC & ERN. Bringing you some sunshine, this show is packed with the most beloved routines, songs and sketches from Morecambe and Wise and of course a musical guest. This show hits all the right notes!
September 18: FRANKIE’S GUYS. A CELEBRATION OF FRANKIE VALLI & THE FOUR SEASONS. Paying a charismatic tribute to Frankie Valli, his life, his music and his legacy; Frankie’s Guys are back ready for 2021 with a new take on their award-winning show. With unparalleled voices, smooth movements and offbeat comedy. It’s a theater night not to be missed!
September 19: PAM AYRES. Pam Ayres has been making the nation laugh for over 40 years. She will perform poems from her most recent books, Pam, Ayres On Animals, published this month, and Up In The Attic, published in 2019, as well as classic poems and stories from her long career.
September 23: THE HISTORY OF HERO GUITARS. One of the UK’s first live concert experiences, The Story of Guitar Heroes garnered critical acclaim both at home and abroad for its incredible tribute to some of the most influential and iconic guitarists of the world. Last 50 years of popular music.
September 24: THE DREAMBOYS. Shout out if you’re willing to misbehave because the Dreamboys are coming to Playhouse Weston with their 2020 Too Hard To Resist tour. Let the boys tease, turn you on, and blow you away while you and your friends enjoy the hottest night of the year. Think chiseled torsos, energetic dance routines, and boy next door flirty that will make your heart beat faster.
September 28: AN EVENING WITH AGERS. Supporting the Professional Cricketers’ Trust, join Aggers in his solo exhibition as he takes us on a journey down memory lane, telling the stories of an entertaining career on the court and in the box, with film footage, music videos audio and photographs on our big screen, including England’s magnificent World Cup victory in the most mind-blowing game of all time, audio innuendo from Aggers, from the infamous ‘leg over’ with Johnners to Michael Vaughan’s sewing on KP replacing a bat rubber and, of course, a lot of Boycott liquidations!
September 29: ANYTHING FOR LOVE BY STEVE STEINMAN: THE MEAT LOAF STORY. Steve has gone out of his way to bring you his brand new hit show: Anything For Love – The Meat Loaf Story! With an incredible stage set, live band and production, combined with Steve’s well-known sense of humor and stage presence, the show can only be described as ‘awesome’.
October 2: THE MAGIC OF THE BEATLES: THE GET BACK TOUR. If you are looking for an authentic and lively dose of “Beatlemania” then you don’t need to look any further! The stars of this lavish production not only look like John, Paul, George and Ringo, they also generate the same incredible excitement and the same unique sense of humor.
October 3: SOME GUYS HAVE ALL THE LUCK: THE ROD STEWART STORY. Over 50 years after the release of Rod’s debut album, Some Guys Have All The Luck – The Rod Stewart Story is back in theaters with an all-new show, featuring a fantastic live concert celebrating one of the artists. the most famous of rock music. all time.
October 8: TONY CHRISTIE. Tony Christie is a legendary English singer and an international hit maker. He has recorded millions of albums and singles sold, performed in the world’s best-known arenas and major festivals including Glastonbury, and rose to prominence around the world over the course of a career spanning five decades.
October 9: EXPERIENCE PINK FLOYD IN THE UNITED KINGDOM. Celebrating over 50 years of one of rock’s most influential bands, this very authentic show recreates the atmosphere of Floyd. With the iconic album The Dark Side Of The Moon and classics like Wish You Were Here, Shine On You Crazy Diamond, Another Brick In The Wall and Comfortably Numb.
October 10: BOWIE EXPERIENCE. A must-have for all Bowie fans, the latest production features all hits from A to Ziggy. Bowie Experience continues to amaze audiences with incredible attention to detail, bringing David Bowie’s golden years to theaters around the world. So put on your red shoes and let’s dance.
October 12: THIS WILL BE THE DAY: 35TH BIRTHDAY. From humble beginnings, the show has grown into a must-see attraction across the UK, releasing a new production from its multitalented cast year after year. Shamelessly nostalgic, TBTD takes audiences on a roller coaster ride through the golden age of rock and roll and pop. A great night out guaranteed, it really is the best “feel-good” show on the road. You will not be disappointed.