We’ve some fantastic shows on offer at our Limelight Theatre over next few weeks, including blistering live music and must-see theatre.

Sat 21 May – 7.30pm

Purple Zeppelin are proud to pay tribute to the two greatest Rock Bands of all time, Deep Purple and Led Zeppelin – Together on the same bill for the very first time! Whether you were lucky enough to have seen the original bands live or not, Purple Zeppelin will take you back to the magic, the excitement and sheer raw energy generated by those incredible musicians.

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Sat 28 May – 8pm

Get ready for a night of improvised spontaneous storytelling.

The Unbound Storyteller convention is about to get underway. Storytellers are gathering to share their latest ripping yarns and flex their fable-weaving muscles. And best of all? It’s up to you what tales they tell.

This special improvisation show sees our talented cast create brand new short plays, solo stories and compete in a few light-hearted games.

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Sat 4 June – 8pm

Come and see the band live to witness a show which will take you back to the late seventies and early eighties when The Jam played as one of the most iconic and influential bands in music history. If you like The Jam then you will love A Band Called Malice and are guaranteed to have an unforgettable evening for all the right reasons!

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Sat 11 June – 8pm

A night with the Skamungas is a night not to be missed! If you thought you didn’t like ska and reggae this band might well change your mind, or even your life, with their infectious enthusiasm and unique take on those instantly recognisable ska and reggae standards.

With a terrific brass section of trombone and tenor sax, driving drums and bass, rhythmic guitar and keyboards, harmonised backing vocals and a lead vocalist to die for, Skamungas is set to achieve even greater things.

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Sat 18 June – 8pm

Robin Bibi can only be described as a true “Legend” in his own right. When he is on stage – and off – he has a crowd eating out the palms of his hands… or should it be hanging on to every riff he plays?!.

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