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The Rocky Horror Show

by Richard O’Brien, directed by Christopher Luscombe

14 - 19 November 2016

The Rocky Horror Show

The Rocky Horror Show

Philip Franks

Philip Franks

Philip Franks

Philip Franks


Following the global cinema and TV release of the Live West End broadcast which hit No1 in the UK Box Office charts, this new 2016 tour of Richard O’Brien’s classic musical continues to smash records in theatres across the country.

Bursting at the seams with timeless classics, including Sweet Transvestite, Damn it Janet, and of course, the pelvic-thrusting Time Warp, Richard O’Brien’s Rocky Horror Show is a nonstop party!

Philip Franks, best-known for The Darling Buds of May and Heartbeat, stars as The Narrator, with Paul Cattermole from S Club 7 stars as Eddie/Dr Scott and Liam Tamne from The Phantom of the Opera and The Voice, as Frank-n-Furter.

Be warned, this show has rude parts!


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  • Reviews

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    Still the sexiest and funniest show in town - Evening Standard

    5 Star Rating Fresh, subversive, essential - Daily Telegraph

    5 Star Rating Side-splitting, saucy and hugely entertaining...a truly enduring and endearing masterpiece - Daily Star Sunday

    4 Star Rating Filled with irresistible, hum along pop songs, delightfully silly dialogue and some of the most outrageous and engrossing characters you will see on a stage - The Times

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  • Cast

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    Paul Cattermole, Liam Tamne
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  • Info

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    Monday – Wednesday 7.30pm
    Thursday – 8pm
    Friday & Saturday - 5.30pm & 8.30pm

    Running Time: 1h 55m approx (inc. interval)


    At the end of “Science Fiction” (first number) latecomers may be brought into the auditorium and stand at the back if space permits – they may be seated during the applause after “Dammit Janet”, and during the applause at the end of “Over at the Frankenstein place”.

    Photography & Mobile Phones:
    The use of phones, cameras, or video recorders is strictly prohibited.  

    Some audience members use the torches on their phones during “Over at the Frankenstein Place” to wave in the air – this is ok. 

    Banned Items:

    As is tradition with this show, some audience members will bring props with them to use during the performance.  

    BANNED ITEMS:  Rice, Toast, Water Pistols, Lighters, KitKats, Toilet rolls. 

    Allowed items: Torches/Glow sticks, Newspapers, Paper Confetti, Rubber Gloves, Playing Cards, Flags. 

    Strobes / Haze / Effects. 

    The production contains the use of Strobes, Haze, Low Smoke, Loud Sound Effects. 


    Mon – Thurs eves: £20.00 £25.00 £30.00 £32.50 £35.50
    Sat 5.30pm, Fri & Sat 8.30pm: £20.50 £25.50 £30.50 £35.50 £37.50
    Friday 5.30pm: £15.00 £15.00 £25.00 £25.00 £25.00 

    £2.50 transaction fee when booking online, plus an additional £1.00 postage fee.

    A Booking Fee will apply to all transactions, whether made in person at our Box Office, by post or by phone, for all payment types. For all transactions of £15 or more the fee will be a total of £2.50, regardless of how many tickets are booked. For all transactions under £15 the fee will be £1.

    Please note the ticket price includes a £2 Building Levy. 

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