Chichester Festival Theatre

Million Dollar Quartet is set to rock Chichester starring BBC TV’s Let It Shine judge and Spandau Ballet’s Martin Kemp.

Chichester Festival Theatre was founded by Leslie Evershed-Martin. When Chichester Festival Theatre opened in 1962, it was Britain’s first modern thrust stage theatre. It was the vision of Laurence Olivier, the first artistic director, that the theatre would produce several shows to run in repertoire sharing the same ensemble cast. And so it was that the theatre opened in 1962 with a ‘festival’ of three shows which were to run for three weeks – hence Festival Theatre and Festival Season.

Theatre Royal, York

Million Dollar Quartet is set to rock York, starring Peter Duncan!

Each year the theatre entertains over 200,000 people with its wide variety of performances, events and activities!

Regent Theatre, Ipswich

Million Dollar Quartet is set to rock Ipswich, starring BBC TV’s Let It Shine judge and Spandau Ballet’s Martin Kemp.

The Ipswich Regent opened in 1929 as a cine-variety hall. At 7.00pm on Monday November 4th, the entrance doors of the new Regent, Ipswich opened and into its spacious foyer crowded nearly 2,000 Ipswich people who had come to witness this momentous occasion.

Lighthouse, Poole

Million Dollar Quartet is set to rock Poole, starring Peter Duncan!

Opened in 1978, Lighthouse was conceived as a receiving venue with the vision of injecting cultural provision into Dorset and providing a new home for Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra (BSO). 

Edinburgh Playhouse

Million Dollar Quartet is set to rock Inverness, starring BBC TV’s Let It Shine judge and Spandau Ballet’s Martin Kemp.

The Edinburgh Playhouse is situated on Greenside Place, at the top of Leith Walk and close to the east end of Princes Street.

Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch

Million Dollar Quartet is set to rock Hornchurch, starring Peter Duncan!

Tickets are on sale now!

The Queen’s Theatre is a 500-seat producing theatre located in Hornchurch in the London Borough of Havering, east London. The theatre opened in its current purpose-built site on Billet Lane, Hornchurch in 1975.

Wycombe Swan, High Wycombe **

Million Dollar Quartet is set to rock Inverness, starring BBC TV’s Let It Shine judge and Spandau Ballet’s Martin Kemp.

Wycombe Swan Theatre is located in the heart of High Wycombe.

** At Wycombe Swan, Martin Kemp will not be playing Sam Phillips on Tues


Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham

Million Dollar Quartet is set to rock Cheltenham, starring Peter Duncan!

The Everyman is Gloucestershire’s theatre – and has been serving the county (and beyond) since 1891. There are two stages in the building – the 694 seat main stage and the 60 seat Studio Theatre. The main auditorium is an architectural masterpiece designed by Frank Matcham that has inspired generations of performers.

Eastbourne Theatres

Million Dollar Quartet is set to rock Eastbourne, starring Peter Duncan!

Eastbourne Theatres are the Congress Theatre, Devonshire Park Theatre and Winter Garden all situated in the heart of Eastbourne’s cultural quarter and just a short walk from the seafront. The theatres have a combined capacity of more than 3,500 seats and play host to a variety of touring productions.

Eden Court, Inverness

Million Dollar Quartet is set to rock Inverness, starring BBC TV’s Let It Shine judge and Spandau Ballet’s Martin Kemp.

Eden Court was opened in April 1976. The 80-foot wide stage with a motorised centre can be adapted for different performances or moved back to reveal an orchestra pit for 60 musicians. The horseshoe shaped auditorium comfortably seats 830.

Shrewsbury Theatre Severn

Opening on 25 March 2009 and situation on Frankwell Quay, Theatre Severn has become a destination theatre for the West Midlands and houses a wide range of shows, from classical to musical. It was designed by Austin Smith Lord and the Theatre has been built by Wilmot Dixon.

Norwich Theatre Royal

Renovated and modernised in 2007, Norwich Theatre Royal is a 1300 seat art-deco theatre that hosts a wide range of shows throughout the year, including opera, plays, musicals and dance.


Cardiff New Theatre

One of the principal theatres in Cardiff, the New Theatre holds 1,144 audience members and hosts a wide variety of touring productions including plays, musicals and children’s shows, as well as the annual Christmas pantomime.

Belfast Grand Opera House

Opening in 1895, The Grand Opera House is Northern Ireland’s premier theatre and over its 121 year history has presented an outstanding programme of drama, dance, opera, comedy, musicals and family shows.

Manchester Palace Theatre

Opening in 1891 as The Palace Theatre of Varieties, over the years the Manchester Palace Theatre has undergone numerous refurbishments to become a jewel in the the provincial touring venue roster. Holding an audience of 1,995 the Manchester Palace Theatre continues to build upon its 125 year history.

Bord Gáis Energy Theatre

The Bord Gáis Energy Theatre is a 2,111-capacity theatre in Dublin, Ireland which opened on 18 March 2010. Designed by Daniel Libeskind of New York and RHWL Architects of London, it is located in the Grand Canal Dock area and the concept of the theatre was created by Mike Adamson of Live Nation and the Docklands Development Authority

Northampton Royal & Derngate

Royal & Derngate is a theatre complex in the Cultural Quarter of Northampton, England, consisting of the Royal Theatre and the Derngate Theatre. The Royal Theatre, established as a producing house, has a capacity of 583 seats and since 1976 has been designated a Grade II listed building;the Derngate Theatre seats a maximum of 1,200 and is a multi-purpose space in which the auditorium can be configured for a variety of events including theatre, opera, live music, dance, fashion and sports.

Marina Theatre Lowestoft

The Marina is a theatre and cinema in Lowestoft, Suffolk, originally opened in the Victorian era. The venue has an auditorium seating 800.

New Victoria Theatre Woking

The New Victoria Theatre in Woking, England opened in June 1992. The main theatre seats approximately 1,300 people, making it one of the largest receiving house theatres outside London.

Venue Cymru Llandudno

Venue Cymru is a theatre, conference centre and arena in Llandudno, Conwy county borough, North Wales.

Brighton Theatre Royal

Opened in 1807, the Theatre Royal, Brighton is a theatre in Brighton, England presenting a range of West End and touring musicals and plays, along with performances of opera and ballet.

Southend Cliffs Pavilion

Range of live performances in 2 mid-sized venues, plus dining with dramatic views of the city.

Canterbury Marlowe

The Marlowe Theatre is a major 1,200-seat theatre in Canterbury, named after the playwright Christopher Marlowe, who was born in the city.

Liverpool Empire

Liverpool Empire Theatre  was opened in 1925, and  seats up to 2,348 people. During its time it has hosted many types of entertainment, including variety shows, musicals, operas, pop concerts, and plays. The Beatles appeared in the theatre in their early days!

Richmond Theatre

Richmond Theatre was opened in 1899 and can seat up to 840. It was designed by renowned architect Frank Matcham, who also built the London Palladium and the London Coliseum.

Royal Festival Hall

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Bristol Hippodrome

The Bristol Hippodrome has diversified over the years to encapsulate the full spectrum of live theatrical entertainment, from top West End shows to opera, ballet, comedy, concerts, children’s shows and even the circus!

Since opening its doors in 1912, the Bristol Hippodrome has seen thousands of visitors as the theatre stands in the centre of the bustling streets of Bristol.

Southampton Mayflower

With over 2,300 seats in the auditorium, the Mayflower is the biggest theatre in the south coast. The venue hosts a mixture of spectacular touring productions, and runs a charitable trust which ensures any money from ticket sales goes back into the running of the theatre.

King’s Theatre Glasgow

The King’s, Glasgow is one of Scotland’s most historic and significant theatres. It opened in 1904 as one of the most brilliant designs of the prolific theatre architect Frank Matcham and has played host to top stars and shows ever since. It is home to possibly the very best Christmas pantomime to be seen in the United Kingdom which over the years has featured the Scottish greats including Stanley Baxter, Jimmy Logan, Rikki Fulton, Jack Milroy, Elaine C Smith and Gerard Kelly.

Grand Theatre Leeds

The Grand Theatre celebrated the 125th anniversary of its opening in 2003, as the building is widely regarded as a Victorian milestone in architecture. The theatre has seen a wide variety of famous names tread the boards since 1878, and continues to play host to an enormous range of notable dance, drama, comedy and music productions.

Edinburgh Festival Theatre

The Festival Theatre stands on the site of the old Empire Theatre and opened in 1994, boasting the largest stage of any presenting house in Britain at the time. Today, at just over 2,500 square feet it is the largest performance area in Scotland, second only to the Royal Opera House in the UK, and is established as one of the country’s most prestigious venues.

Theatre Royal, Newcastle

Designed by local architects John and Benjamin Green and rebuilt by legendary architect Frank Matcham, Theatre Royal hosts a variety of shows, including ballet, contemporary dance, drama, musicals and opera. The Royal Shakespeare Company visits annually, and considers the Theatre Royal its northern base.