THERE’S a whole lot of entertainment on at the Palace Theatre this autumn including music, magic, comedy, and the songs of your favourite stars.
There’s also a great variety of live music in the pipeline for September, with ‘Neil Diamond the Experience’, ‘The Upbeat Beatles’, ‘The Simon and Garfunkel Story’ and ‘Someone Like You – The Adele Songbook’ .
If Rock ‘n’ Roll is your preference, then you can catch pioneer Marty Wilde live on the Palace stage next Sunday, September 19.
Later in the month, a spectacular performance will showcase five of the most incredible illusionist acts in the world in ‘Illusion: Impossible’ featuring World speed illusionist Kayden Black, award winning magician Oliver Tabor, highly acclaimed magical duo The Glamourists and the familiar faces of 2020 Britain’s Got Talent Finalists James and Dylan Piper and BGT runner up Jamie Raven.
Originally scheduled for 2020, on September 25, the theatre is also host to a very special two-part one-day tribute which commemorates the 40th anniversary of the untimely passing of town legend and Led Zeppelin drummer, John Henry Bonham.
Both the 2.30pm matinee and the 7.30pm evening show will feature top artists and special guests from the world of British Rock and Blues. Organised by John Bonham Memorial Friends in partnership with the Palace Drum Clinic, the shows will raise vital funds for Teenage Cancer Trust West Midlands, in John’s memory.
And as October begins, the magic of the musicals will fill the auditorium as the fantastic Dynamik Theatre present ‘The Musical of All Musicals’.
Under the direction of conductor Graham Irving, this group of more than 20 talented, professional musicians and Dynamik Theatre’s gifted vocalists, will be performing all your favourite musical theatre classics, including Les Misérables, Cats, The Sound of Music, The Prom, Chicago, and many more.
Theatre manager, Tim Mackrill, said: “There is nothing like going to the theatre and experiencing live entertainment, something which has been sorely missed by our audience members during the pandemic.
“Whether you enjoy comedy, plays, musicals, live music or magic, we’ve got something for everyone.
“We are excited and proud to be open fully again, with Covid measures in place, and look forward to welcoming back our audiences with confidence.”
For full listings and dates, times, and ticket prices visit: www.redditchpalacetheatre.co.uk.