Olivier Award-winning musical featuring the songs of Madness
Bill Forsyth's marvellous film in a remastered print with music by Mark Knopfler of Dire Straits
The original 80s classic - most excellent, dudes!
Spend some time in detention enjoying some classic 80s nostalgia!
A delightful coming-of-age musical about a boy, Conor (Ferdia Walsh-Peelo), who starts a band in 1980s Ireland.
A rare chance to see this 1971 musical on the big screen. Polly Browne (Twiggy) is an understudy in a seaside revival of a 1920s show.
Liza Minelli in the classic Kander & Ebb musical
The classic movie musical brought to life on the stage
A festive comedy about kids - for adults.
Stage version of C S Lewis classic
Come and ho ho ho as our bards battle for places in the prestigious Cheltenham Poetry Festival slam - one of the biggest, most prestigious, and most exciting spoken word stand-offs in the UK.
Renowned entertainer Peter Gill presents his ever popular Comedy Songbook with a special Christmas theme.
Leo is a West End leading man & British baritone whose career encompasses West End musicals, National tours, iconic concerts and live radio events. Leo is thrilled to be returning to his home Cheltenham Playhouse where it all began performing songs for his debut album that will be recorded in January 2020.
The Femmes are back in town and they are inviting you to join them for an evening of Hollywood glamour and festive cheer. Joined by their special guests, the Theatre Studio Choir, expect glitz, sophistication and a sprinkle of Christmas this December!
Stage adaptation of one of the most beloved children's books of all time
The ever popular Cheltenham Community Choir are back again this year for their fabulously festive Christmas Concert. Held this year at Dean Close Centenary Hall, this marks the date for all things festive. Expect mince pies, well known show favourites, familiar classics and, of course, no Christmas event would be complete without Christmas carols.
This Olivier Award-winning play tells the story of William Beech, a young city boy evacuated to the idyllic English countryside at the beginning of the second World War.