Saturday 29 February 2020

Everyman Theatre

Regent Street, Cheltenham, GL50 1HQ | (01242) 572573

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The Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham is undoubtedly one of Gloucestershire’s finest entertainment venues, playing host to an eclectic line-up of drama, dance, comedy, ballet, opera, and music events – not to mention its annual family-favourite pantomime.

Located on Regent Street in the centre of Cheltenham, the Everyman Theatre’s main auditorium, designed by the reputed Frank Matcham, is an architectural masterpiece which has inspired generations of performers who have taken to the stage during its illustrious history, dating back to 1891.

For those who want to discover more about the history of the Victorian venue, the Everyman Theatre runs backstage tours of the auditorium, offering the chance to get up close to the stage, wings and dressing rooms, and hear exciting tales about ghosts and the theatre’s rich heritage.

Throughout the year the historic town-centre theatre also hosts numerous community projects, educational workshops and productions from The Everyman Youth Theatre, which partners with The Gloucestershire Youth Theatre Company to offer first-class training.

Whether you’re attending a performance or just want to enjoy a relaxing drink or bite to eat in Cheltenham town centre, The Café Bar is open from 9.30am until the evening interval on show days and offers a selection of drinks, snacks and hot or cold meals.

Alternatively, make your way to Matchams Restaurant on the second floor for the chance to dine from an a la carte menu from midday on matinee days or from 5.45pm for evening shows. Head to The Circle Bar for a relaxed pre-show drink. While the recently-opened Directors’ Lounge on the third-floor adds the opportunity to add VIP sparkle to a special theatre visit, with pre-show and interval hospitality.

For more information call (01242) 572573 or visit everymantheatre.org.uk – where you’ll also find a full programme of forthcoming performances.

Directions…

Kay Mellor presents a stage version of her television crime thriller, Band of Gold, when it comes to Cheltenham Everyman Theatre in March 2020.

Band of Gold at Everyman Theatre

Monday 2 to Saturday 7 March 2020

A world premiere will be coming to the Everyman Theatre, when the first stage production of the award-winning crime series,...

Audiences will be moonwalking in the aisles during Thriller Live in Cheltenham.

Thriller Live at Everyman Theatre

Tuesday 10 to Saturday 14 March 2020

Direct from London’s West End, Thriller Live celebrates the King of Pop, offering over two hours of non-stop hits...

David Baddiel is bringing his latest Trolls: Not the Dolls comedy show to Cheltenham in March 2020.

David Baddiel at Everyman Theatre

Sunday 15 March 2020

Enjoy a night of no-holds-barred comedy when television personality David Baddiel brings his latest show, Trolls: Not...

Joe Pasquale stars as Frank Spencer

Some Mother Do ‘Ave ‘Em at Everyman Theatre

Tuesday 17 to Saturday 21 March 2020

The hilarious sitcom has been reimagined for the stage, starring Joe Pasquale as Frank Spencer.

The masterful Alan Bennett comedy will stop in Cheltenham following a national tour.

The Habit of Art at Everyman Theatre

Monday 23 to Saturday 28 March 2020

Starring Matthew Kelly and The Crown’s David Yelland, The Habit of Art tells the tale of two celebrated artists as they...

Harold Pinter’s classic comedy is re-imagined for 2020 in the Cheltenham’s Everyman Theatre’s own production of The Birthday Party.

The Birthday Party at Everyman Theatre

Thursday 2 to Saturday 11 April 2020

Michelle Collins and Tristan Gemmill star in the Everyman Theatre’s own production of Harold Pinter’s The...

Peppa Pig comes to Cheltenham with her latest live show, Best Day Ever.

Peppa Pig’s Best Day Ever at Everyman Theatre

Wednesday 15 to Thursday 16 April 2020

Peppa Pig and her family prepare for an amazing day of fun, as the world-famous pig appears live on stage at Cheltenham’s...

Everyman Theatre Company has produced a new retelling of A Bunch of Amateurs.

A Bunch of Amateurs at Everyman Theatre

Thursday 23 April to Saturday 2 May 2020

When a washed-up Hollywood star unwittingly gets booked to play the lead in an English am-dram production, expect hilarious...

Geordie comedian Chris Ramsey is coming back to the Everyman Theatre with his 20/20 show.

Chris Ramsey at Everyman Theatre

Sunday 17 May 2020

Celebrity Juice favourite and podcast supremo, Chris Ramsey, will be bringing his latest stand-up comedy show 20/20 to...

Priscilla Queen of the Desert musical comes to Cheltenham’s Everyman Theatre for the first time, promising glitter and dance floor fillers.

Priscilla Queen of the Desert at Everyman Theatre

Monday 18 to Saturday 23 May 2020

With more glitter than ever before, Priscilla Queen of the Desert comes to Cheltenham starring Joe McFadden.

Gloucestershire Harry Potter fans, hop on a broom and head to the Everyman Theatre for a five-star smash comedy.

Spontaneous Potter at Everyman Theatre

Tuesday 16 June 2020

For improvisation as magical as a Hogwarts Defence Against the Dark Arts class, muggles can head to Everyman Theatre in...

Catch the hilarious Russell Howard performing live at the Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham in June 2020.

Russell Howard at Everyman Theatre

Thursday 18 to Saturday 20 June 2020

Russell Howard is bringing his world tour to Cheltenham for three intimate gigs at the Everyman Theatre in June 2020 –...

Matthew Kelly and Julian Clary star as Norman and Sir in The Dresser.

The Dresser play at Everyman Theatre

Thursday 10 to Saturday 19 September 2020

Everyman Theatre has joined forces with Theatre Royal Productions Bath to stage a brand-new production of Ronald Harwood’s...

If you missed tickets for it first time around, SIX The Musical will be returning to the Everyman Theatre in October 2020. Photo @copy; Idil Sukan.

SIX the Musical at Everyman Theatre

Monday 26 October to Saturday 7 November 2020

West End smash hit, SIX The Musical will storm the stage at Everyman Theatre in a tale of Henry VIII’s six wives...

Jack and the Beanstalk, a GIANT of a pantomime, will be coming to the Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham in November 2020.

Jack and the Beanstalk pantomime at Everyman Theatre

Friday 27 November 2020 to Sunday 10 January 2021

Fe, fi, fo, fum! The pantomime Jack and the Beanstalk will take to the Everyman Theatre stage in 2020…

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