November is the month of one-off shows at the Waterside Theatre – so there’s entertainment to suit all tastes, from cookery to comedy to covers.
Great British Bake Off’s Paul Hollywood kicks it all off on Sunday, November 9, when he will demonstrate recipes and hold a question and answer session with the audience.
There’s plenty of great comedy on too (but be quick, tickets are always in short supply!)
Stand-up Omid Djalili’s Iranalamadingdong show arrives following a sell-out four week West-End residency on Friday, November 14.Join 8 out of 10 Cat’s star Jon Richardson and his new show Nidiot (Monday, November 17), see Tangentleman with Ross Noble, one of Britain’s best-loved comedians (Wednesday, November 19), and pull up a pew, or should we say pint as the Pub Landlord Al Murray celebrates 20 years of being the nation’s favourite publican on Tuesday, November 25.
If that’s not enough book a date with Frank Skinner Man In A Suit (Thursday, November 27), or for a unique twist of comedy parody don’t miss Ha Ha Hood starring Su Pollard and Cannon and Ball (Wednesday, November 12).
What better reason to escape the dark winter nights than for some foot-stomping live music courtesy of some of the greatest tribute shows on the circuit. See Think Floyd recreate the buzzing atmosphere of a Pink Floyd concert with all the classic Floyd hits (Thursday, November 13), enjoy Mercury: The Ultimate Queen Tribute (Saturday, November 22) and spend a night with European Elvis Champion Gordon Hendricks as he delivers a jaw-dropping theatre production replicating the original iconic show; Aloha From Hawaii on Saturday, November 15. The UK’s most successful rock n roll variety show, That’ll Be The Day returns with their Christmas Party Show on Sunday, November 30, when you should get ready for a mix of festive classics and hilarious comedy routines.
Chas & Dave will celebrate their 50th anniversary with their On The Road Tour at the Waterside on Thursday, November 20.
Meanwhile The name’s Bond, James Bond, and the show’s Bond and Beyond on Friday, November 21.
It stars guest singers Louise Dearman and Tim Howar alongside the London Concert Orchestra and celebrates the iconic music associated with the most famous secret service agent.
The theatre’s Second Space offers a programme of live screenings, alongside the Open House free Family Theatre Club sessions and the ever-popular Comedy Club. This month also plays host to Hopelessly Devoted by Kate Tempest, a story of love and redemption produced by Paines Plough and Birmingham Repertory Theatre.
Box Office: 0844 871 7607/ www.atgtickets.com/aylesbury (bkg fee).