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Loughborough Town Hall announces stellar line-up of shows

The Hall launches its summer season.

Whitney - Queen of the Night comes to Loughborough Town Hall: a sparkly blue background, stage smoke rising, and 'Whitney' dressed in white poses with her head down, hiding her face, with a glittering silver microphone and stand in her right hand
Whitney - Queen of the Night comes to Loughborough Town Hall

Loughborough Town Hall's Summer line up is full to the brim with live music, musicals, comedy, drama and community events!

Highlights for this season include some first-time visitors to Loughborough Town Hall, such as Jenny Eclair with her brand new hilarious tour Sixty Plus! (FFS!).

Summer 2023 is set to be huge for music and musical theatre lovers, with Whitney - Queen of the Night coming direct from the West End on 14 September. The phenomenal production celebrates the life and music of one of the greatest ever singers with a sizzling cast and incredible live band.

Continuing the live music, don’t miss out on Sinfonia Viva bringing grand orchestral music to Loughborough Town Hall on September 20.

The incredible soaring sounds of the East Midlands orchestra are sure to make hairs stand on end and even bring a tear to the eye, as they fill the auditorium with some of the world’s most renowned classical pieces.

Sinfonia Viva to bring grand orchestral music to Loughborough Town Hall this summer

Coming soon, audiences need to get tickets 'toot-sweet' for Chitty Chitty Bang Bang on June 22-25.

Meanwhile, the ever-popular Keyworth School of Theatre and Dance Revue takes place on July 1.

And as if that wasn't enough to excite theatre fans, they have no fewer than three shows in a week for young audiences through July and August, putting on Peter Pan, Mary Poppins and Annie.

Comedy fans will have plenty to chuckle about with Jenny Eclair coming to Loughborough on September 29 after extending her tour due to popular demand! Her show Sixty Plus! (FFS!) confronts a new decade of decrepitude, as Jenny asks whether she should celebrate or crawl into a hole?

Audiences can also look forward to laughs from UK comedy’s best-kept secret Carl Hutchinson on September 15.

Join Live with Aggers fresh from the Ashes on September 26 for hilarious anecdotes and moving stories from the incredible career of the master broadcaster and ex-cricketer.

On September 1, local legends Showaddywaddy are back for another unforgettable night of chart hits.

Meanwhile, West End treats in September include the unmissable Phantom of the Opera, which brings The Music of the Night to Loughborough Town Hall from September 5-9.

The fan-favourite An Evening With… programme is back with new stars ready to regale audiences with laughs, stories and amazing anecdotes from their varied careers.

This summer, the England hattrick hero from the 1966 World Cup win Sir Geoff Hurst shares tales of his storied footballing career on September 18.

Plus, comedian and award-winning columnist Mark Steel brings his unique and hilarious take on life to the Town Hall on September 16.

Add in gems like the Sock Gallery Summer Exhibition 2023 (July 29 to August 30) and the Leicester Society of Artists Annual Exhibition (beginning September 7), and there really is something for everyone this summer.


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