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Sooty Show heads the new year line up at Richmond Theatre

Here's what's coming to Richmond Theatre in the new year, including children's TV favourite Sooty.

Sooty and his TV partner Richard Cadell

Richmond Theatre has announced its line up for January and February 2015 with treats for the kids including Snow White, The Sooty Show and the Octonauts, and a host of household names, from Joe Pasquale and Todd Carty to Jane Horrocks, set to tread the boards.

JANUARY 2015

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

From Dec 5 2014 until Sun 11 Jan 2015. Tickets £10 - £42.40

Following last year’s record-breaking production of Peter Pan, you’re guaranteed another classic pantomime at Richmond Theatre with this year’s family friendly show Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Starring international model, actress and Richmond Theatre patron Jerry Hall as the Wicked Queen alongside CBeebies presenter Chris Jarvis and Musical Theatre star Aimie Atkinson.

The Sooty Show

Sun 25 Jan, 11am & 2.30pm; Tickets £15 - £16.90

Direct from CITV, Sooty, Soo and Sweep arrive in Richmond with a fabulous new show for all the family. Joining them will be Sooty’s TV partner Richard Cadell – who will be doing his best to keep Sooty from getting up to mischief!

Moscow City Ballet: Giselle and Swan Lake

Giselle Wed 14 & Thu 15 Jan, eves 7.30pm, Swan Lake Fri 16 – Sun18 Jan, Fri & Sat eves 7.30pm, Sat mat 2.30pm, Sun mat 3pm; Tickets £10 - £42.40

World class ballet company, Moscow City Ballet returns to Richmond Theatre to present two of the most popular pieces in their repertoire: Giselle, the 19th and Swan Lake, Tchaikovsky’s signature ‘big story ballet’.

East is East

Mon 19 – Sat 24 Jan, Mon – Sat eves, 7.30pm, Wed & Sat mats, 2.30pm; Tickets £11.50 - £38.40

Direct from the West End, East is East heads to Richmond Theatre for one week only in January 2015! This fantastic British Comedy stars stage and screen icon Jane Horrocks (Rise and Fall of Little Voice, Absolutely Fabulous) as Ella, award-winning playwright and actor Ayub Khan Din as George and a host of the finest British acting talent as the remainder of the Khan family.

Monty Python’s Spamalot

Mon 26 – Sat 31 Jan, Mon – Sat eves 7.30pm, Wed & Sat mats 2.30pm; Tickets £10.50 - £41.90

Direct from three years in the West End, the multi-award-winning comedy musical Spamalot arrives at Richmond Theatre for one week only this January. This hilarious musical, lovingly ripped off from the classic film comedy Monty Python and the Holy Grail, stars Joe Pasquale and Todd Carty (Eastenders).

FEBRUARY 2015

Nocturne: The Romantic Life of Frédéric Chopin

Wed 4 Feb, 7.30pm; Tickets £20 - £30.90

Described by The Times as, “The Best Chopin of the Year,” pianist Lucy Parham’s concert tells the story of the tender, but volatile relationship between Frédéric Chopin and novelist George Sand, featuring the narrative talents of Dame Harriet Walter and Henry Goodman, as well as some of Chopin’s best-loved work.

Motown’s Greatest Hits

Thu 5 Feb, 7.30pm; Tickets £24 - £26.90

The UK’s Number 1 Motown production, now in its 13th year, returns to Richmond Theatre! Featuring The Formations and hits from legendary artists, including Lionel Richie, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, The Jackson Five, and many more, this spectacular show is sure to have you dancing All Night Long.

Milton Jones: and the Temple of Daft

Fri 6 - Sat 7 Feb, 8pm; Tickets £25 – £27.90

Star of Mock The Week, Live at the Apollo and Michael McIntyre’s Road Show, Milton Jones brings his unique brand of quick fire comedy to Richmond Theatre.

Oh What A Lovely War

Tue 10 – Sat 14 Feb, Tue – Sat eves 7.30pm, Wed & Sat mats 2.30pm; Tickets £10 - £38.90

Terry Johnson’s highly acclaimed revival of Joan Littlewood’s satirical masterpiece is a riot of music and colour, and features some of the greatest songs from the First World War. This legendary musical stars Coronation Street star Wendi Peters.

Simon Amstell – To Be Free

Mon 23 Feb, 8pm; Tickets £22 – £24.90

Two time British Comedy Award winner and BAFTA nominee Simon Amstell embarks on his fourth international tour following sold out residencies in London and New York.

The Bootleg Beatles – Live in Concert

Tue 24 Feb, 7.30pm; Tickets £29.50 - £35.40

The world’s premiere Beatles band returns to Richmond Theatre, to re-live the sights and sounds of the 60’s, featuring footage from the Fab Four’s extraordinary career.

Chas and Dave

Wed 25 Feb, 7:30pm; Tickets £25.50 - £31.40

Celebrating their 50 year anniversary and the release of their That’s What Happens album, Royal Variety Show headliners Chas and Dave make a glorious return with their much loved and unique rockney sounds.

The Counterfeit Stones

Thu 26 Feb, 7.30pm; Tickets £18 - £29.90

Billed as, “The Most Famous Stones Band in England” by Rolling Stones front man Sir Mick Jagger, they are sure to entertain you with a pitch perfect journey through the band’s legendary heyday.

Octonauts and the Deep Sea Volcano adventure

Sat 28 Feb & Sun 1 March, 10am, 1pm & 4pm; Tickets £16.50 - £18.40

Octonauts and the Deep Sea Volcano adventure is a brand new action packed live stage show! From the producers of Peppa Pig’s Big Splash and Ben & Holly’s Little Kingdom comes a thrilling underwater adventure for all of the family for the first time ever!

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