What’s on at the Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham?

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If you are staying at our Cotswolds hotel this season, head to the Everyman Theatre to enjoy punchy performances and scintillating spectacles for all the family

Whether you are looking for highbrow performances or simply something to entertain the children on a rainy afternoon, head to The Everyman in Cheltenham to watch one of our top picks from the next few months…

December 

Jack and the Beanstalk 

Christmas just wouldn’t be Christmas without a trip to the panto. Nab tickets to Jack & the Beanstalk before it’s too late…

The Great Bear of the North

A Christmas tale fit for children between 3 and 7 years old. Introduce the little ones to theatre and find out what Freya gets up to on her festive adventure.

A Christmas Carol

Red Dog Theatre company perform this world-famous Dickensian classic. Head off on Scrooge’s ghoulish journey to understanding the true meaning of Christmas.

January 

Buddy – The Buddy Holly Story

Head into the new year with a bang with this multi-award-winning West End depiction of Buddy Holly’s rise to fame. Certain to get feet tapping and hands clapping to the sounds of the man himself.

The Woman in Black

An adaptation of Susan Hill’s novel, this acclaimed ghost story filled with eerie marshes and moaning winds comes to life on this Cheltenham stage. Not for the feint-hearted, this one is sure to make you jump.

February

Russell Howard

If comedy is more your thing, book a ticket to Russell Howard’s stand-up show. Jam-packed full of new material, this is sure to give you a little lift in the depths of a bleak winter.

The Play That Goes Wrong

A hilarious 1920s murder mystery that goes catastrophically wrong, this one is perfect for a Valentine’s date with a difference.

A Passionate Woman

Watch as Liza Goddard, who plays Betty, grapples with mixed emotions as her son leaves home to get married. A gripping true to life tale that plenty will identify with.

March

Anita and Me

This novel by Meera Syal is brought to life onstage. A coming of age story of a young girl growing up in a 1970s Black Country mining village provides a poignant portrait of days gone by.

Abigail’s Party

A famous drinks party gone wrong. Watch this classic screenplay by Mike Leigh come to life for another year.

The Crucible 

Sit back and endure tales of witchcraft, spirits and wrongdoings in 17th century Salem. An Arthur Miller classic and must-see at the Everyman this year.

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