New shows aplenty at Wycombe Swan for 2013

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After the child-like fun of pantomime season vanishes Wycombe Swan is ready to welcome the new year in with a variety of exciting shows.

The panto, Snow White, closes on Saturday but the Swan is quick to continue its musical fun in January with The Rat Pack and Abba Forever both making glamorous and glitzy appearances.

On a more sophisticated note the Swan then welcomes the world renowned Moscow City Ballet for showings of Swan Lake and The Nutcracker.

The orchestra, choreography, interpretation, beauty and performance win repeatedly rave reviews making it an ideal post-Christmas treat.

February takes a different direction as the science-mad Guinness World Records: Officially Amazing Science Live! invites the public on stage while the Wycombe Swan Youth Theatre return with the all-singing, all-

dancing comedy horror musical Little Shop of Horrors.

In a special performance the theatre celebrates 25 years of iconic choreographer Matthew Bourne with his haunting adaptation of Sleeping Beauty following a sell-out season at Sadler’s Wells in London.

A series of great shows continue in March with the sensational feats of the Moscow State Circus, the delicious and hilarious Hairy Bikers and everyone’s favourite adventurer Dora the Explorer.

Lastly, the West End’s favourite ‘70s musical, Boogie Nights, comes to stage for one night featuring a cast including The Osmonds, Gareth Gates, Chico and Shane Richie Jnr.