What's on Stage in February at The Harlequin Theatre and Cinema?


Barbara Dickson

What's on Stage in February at The Harlequin Theatre and Cinema?

We've taken a bit of a stage rest in January and concentrated on outstanding films and the very best in Event cinema as well as pausing  to refurbish our Auditorium and to regroup after our most successful Panto season ever!!!

But we are back on stage with a huge bang in February...  and what a month we have in store for you!



Hugless Douglas: Tuesday 17 February at 2.30pm

Hugless Douglas is a huggable, lovable young brown bear who wakes up one morning in need of a hug. He tries to find the perfect one, but none of them seem quite right. After all, there are so many different hugs to choose from.


Full: £9.00

Family (4): £33.00


Barbara Dickson: Winter 2015 Tour, Wednesday 18th February

Barbara has returned to her roots once again, after a musical odyssey of 40 years creating music, playing guitar and piano, acting and songwriting and tonight is a culmination of her journey thus far.

TICKETS:  £27.50


Steve Parrish: M.A.D Tour, Thursday 19 February at 7.30pm

Enjoy the life and times of Steve Parrish (Stavros) which provide a completely different, colorful, humorous and, at times daring portrayal of this man’s career.

TICKETS:  £20.00


Limehouse Lizzy: Friday 20th February at 8pm

Renowned for an action-packed pyrotechnic-fuelled explosion of a show, Limehouse Lizzy continue to keep the spirit of Celtic rock icon Philip Lynott and his band Thin Lizzy alive, well and dominating stages worldwide.  The band have also added a tribute to the late Gary Moore (ex- Thin Lizzy Guitarist).

TICKETS FROM: £15.00 - £17.00


T'Pau with Carol Decker: Saturday 21 February at 8pm

T'Pau burst onto the music scene in 1987 with the hit "Heart & Soul" reaching No. 4 in both the UK and US charts. Taken from the debut album "Bridge Of Spies," it’s innovative use of a rap verse by a white female vocalist introduced the world to the distinctive lead vocals of Carol Decker and the song writing talents of Carol and Ronnie Rogers.

TICKETS: £18.50