Bette Davis and Joan Crawford chew up the scenery as a demented former child star and her paralysed sister
Cary Grant stars in one of Alfred Hitchcock's greatest suspense movies
Orson Welles stars in this post-war thriller that the BFI named Greatest British Film of All Time
It's chick-fliick night in this comedy tale about a group of friends and a pastry chef
Celebrating Mickey Mouse's 90th birthday with a screening of his most famous role in Disney's original classical musical spectacular
Rick Moranis and Steve Martin have trouble with an all-singing all eating giant plant
Stage version of the hit comedy film, performed entirely by young people 18 and under
Greed, jealousy, frustration, loneliness and the fear of impending death all combine in a ferocious cocktail of
dysfunctional family relationships
As seen on BBC’s The One Show, The Sounds of Simon is the UK’s No.1 tribute to the wonderful music of Simon and Garfunkel.
Cheltenham's resident burlesque queen is back for her ninth annual home town show!
Brenda Read-Brown and Tina Sederholm with an hour of smoking hot spoken word
The 8th annual Cheltenham Poetry Festival Slam
JB Barrington is renowned for his searingly satirical poetry, and snarling delivery of strong sentiments and sharp rhymes. Savagely witty, provocatively outspoken and seriously funny, Jim Higo is a rising star on the spoken word scene.
An evening of satirical poetry
Special screening of a film about the wife of Dylan Thomas with a Q&A with the writer of the play on which it is based
At 21, Saar was expelled from his religious kibbutz and fled to the UK where he created a new family with the London Gay Men’s Chorus. Now, after 19 years, he reaches out to his
own family in the hope of a reconciliation.
Let's do the Time Warp again with newly engaged Janet and Brad as they accidentally stumble into the home of Dr Frank N Furter
What goes on behind the scenes of the TRUST Media corporation? Who is running TRUST and why does everybody have to have a TRUST TV BOX by law? Why is the study of literature and the arts forbidden?
A programme of music by French composers including Debussy, Faure and Saint-Saens
This 10-piece ensemble is not a straightforward tribute - it’s
more of a theatrical show. There’s a musically tight band, playing blues, soul, and rock ‘n’ roll - as well as an all-dancing, all-singing duo of Soul Sisters, shaking their tail feathers and
straining their vocal chords
They're back with more nonsense. It's the radio show brought to life on stage - but this time put back on the radio!
This critically acclaimed play is an irreverent, fast-paced romp through the Bard’s 37 plays! Join these madcap performers in
tights as they weave their way through all of Shakespeare’s Comedies, Histories and Tragedies in one wild ride that will leave you breathless and helpless with laughter.
Our resident improvised comedy troupe present their third main show of the year on our main stage. Bring along your ideas to throw at them!
This fabulous show will take you back to an era where great music filled with guitars and harmonies could be heard everywhere. This musical extravaganza starring The Revolvers
catalogues the classic hits from the era that revolutionised modern music.
A show like no other! When you trap 15 people in a theatre for 24 hours to create a new show, who knows what will happen.