A WHOLE NEW SEASON OF SHOWS GO ON SALE AT CAST

Cast, Doncaster’s flagship theatre, has announced its Spring/Summer season with an astonishing over 100 new shows going on sale. “We are a theatre aiming to have a thriving programme of work that has the heart of Doncaster’s community at its core, and I am so excited to bring our 2019 season to the people of Doncaster.” – Deborah Rees, Director.

 

Cast is rapidly developing a reputation for bringing world-class arts and some of Britain’s most famous stars to Doncaster. Alongside their entertainment favourites, Cast is thrilled

to present Bill Kenwright’s production The Lady Vanishes (Mon 3 – Sat 8 June), a brand-new adaptation of the Hitchcock classic, together with their Main Space drama programme including Turn of the Screw (Tue 30 April – Sat 4 May) and My Mother Said I Never Should (Tue 19 – Wed 19 Feb). Ian McKellen (Wed 12 Jun) also visits Cast as part of his special 80th birthday one man show.

 

There is something for all the family including a huge variety of children and family shows, from Elmer the Patchwork Elephant (Tues 23 April), The Very Hungry Caterpillar (Sat 18 May), The Sooty Show (Sun 14 April) to magic shows such as Morgan & West’s Spiffing Spectacular Magic Show for Kids (and Childish Grown-ups!) (Wed 29 May) and Tweedy’s Illusion Confusion – A Show of Magic and Mayhem (Fri 22 Feb).

 

The excitement doesn’t stop there, in this season you’ll also see a new programming strand at Cast of incredible folk and roots music from the likes of Kate Rusby and The Lindisfarne Story, which join their programme of comedy, contemporary and new work in their Second Space.

 

Along with the varied programme of shows to be visiting Doncaster next year, Cast has also announced that tickets are now available for next year’s pantomime, Cinderella, which promises to be a magical and family friendly treat. Early birds can even receive £1 off any ticket bought for 2019’s panto in 2018.

 

All shows are now on sale to members and on sale to the general public on Friday 30 November. Tickets can be booked via the Box Office on 01302 303 959 or online.