Newark Palace Theatre shows this November
The autumn season at Newark Palace Theatre is in full swing with lots to enjoy this November.
Halloween may have been and gone but the chills keep coming as the months kicks off with Most Haunted: The Stage Show on November 2.
The stage production of the multi-award winning TV show will feature it’s ten scariest places, a chance to see unseen footage and conduct a séance with the audience in what promises to be a nostalgic, but spooky evening.
On November 3, the Grammy-award winning guitarist Albert Lee takes to the stage.
Having working with the likes of Eric Clapton, his unique style has earned him the title of the “guitarist’s guitarist”.
There will be laughs aplenty as American comedian Rich Hall delivers his classic dry humour in his new show, Shot From Cannons, on November 4.
Those looking for some retro music are in for a treat as Cloudbusting – The Music of Kate Bush brings all of the musicians classic hits to life in a tribute show on November 9.
Thank ABBA For The Music returns to the Palace stage on November 10 with a party feel which captures all the magic of one of the most successful and iconic band’s in pop history.
Some Guys Have All The Luck – The Rod Stewart Story will sail into Newark on November 11.
The show celebrates and charts Rod’s musical journey from humble beginnings in the the clubs of the 1960s to world-renowned rock sensation.
Looking for a fab-u-lous night? Then settle down for An Evening With Anton Du Beke.
The Strictly Come Dancing legend will bring a live band, guest singer, dancers and tell a few behind the scenes stories in a show full of laughter and fun.
As the nights draw in, it’s full steam ahead on November 16, as Railways Remembered at Christmas presents rare footage from The Railway Film Archive.
On November 17, the Chapterhouse Theatre Company will present A Christmas Carol, Charles Dickens’ timeless tale of hope and redemption, with dazzling musical sequences in this period piece.
Then to fully embrace the coming of the festive season, Crown ballet returns to the UK with their production of the classic Christmas fairy-tale, The Nutcracker.
Then as the months rounds off, audiences will be invited into the house of fun as the five-piece Complete Madness present the lively music of one of the country's most memorable acts.