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What's On at Church Hill Theatre

 

Sweet Charity presented by Edinburgh Music Theatre

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16 - 20 April 2019

7:30pm (2:30pm Sat Mat)

£19 Adult, £17 Concession

Hey, big spender. Wouldn't you like to have fun? Laughs? Good times?


Charity Hope Valentine is a dancer for money in '60s New York, as unlucky in love as she is in life, but ever hopeful of realising her dreams of romance, a comfortable life and escaping the seedy Fandango Ballroom.

Sweet Charity features the enduring musical classics Big Spender, Rhythm of Life, There's Gotta Be Something Better Than This and If My Friends Could See Me Now, plus hilarious characters, stunning dance routines and a whole lot of heart.

Praise for EMT's Guys and Dolls (2018):
"Stellar performances and unfaltering energy make EMT's production one not to be missed" ***** - The Wee Review.

“For a night of fun, care-free escapism and laughter, Edinburgh Music Theatre… is a winning bet” **** - Love Books Group
“This is a production which is packed with delights.” **** - AllEdinburghTheatre

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Edinburgh Telephone Choir - Stories and Dreams

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7:30pm Wednesday 1 May - Friday 3 May 

£15 Adult, £10 Child (Wed/Thu only)

Edinburgh Telephone Choir return to Church Hill for thier new show Stories and Dreams with guests K.S. Dance Academy and Broxburn and Livingston Band.

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GLK Promotions presents
The New Jersey Boys

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7:30pm Saturday 12 May

£21 

The New Jersey Boys, based in Devon, take their audience on a nostalgic musical journey through the career of one of the biggest selling groups of all times – The Four Seasons.


This choreographed show, featuring the amazing falsetto voice of Einar Vestman and the talented all-round entertainer Gary Gould, is a clever mixture of tight vocal harmonies, superb solo spots and light comedy.


The packed programme includes all the hits such as Sherry, Big Girls Don’t Cry, Walk Like a Man and many more. This is a wonderful opportunity to see where it all began for four boys from New Jersey.

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EIO perform Stravinsky with Sir Thomas Allen

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7:30pm Saturday 18 May

3:00pm Sunday 19 May

£18 Adult, £15 Concession, £5 Child/Student

We’re delighted to be working in collaboration with director Hannah Noone, and with Sir Thomas Allen and John Sessions.

Full Programme:
Stravinsky: Concerto in E-flat Dumbarton Oaks (1938)
Stravinsky: Deux poèms de Paul Verlaine (1910)
Stravinsky: L’histoire du soldat – performed in English (1918)

Conductor: Calum Zuckert
Soloist / Narrator: Sir Thomas Allen
Devil: John Sessions
Soldier: TBC

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EIO perform Stravinsky with Sir Thomas Allen

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7:30pm Saturday 18 May

3:00pm Sunday 19 May

£18 Adult, £15 Concession, £5 Child/Student

We’re delighted to be working in collaboration with director Hannah Noone, and with Sir Thomas Allen and John Sessions.

Full Programme:
Stravinsky: Concerto in E-flat Dumbarton Oaks (1938)
Stravinsky: Deux poèms de Paul Verlaine (1910)
Stravinsky: L’histoire du soldat – performed in English (1918)

Conductor: Calum Zuckert
Soloist / Narrator: Sir Thomas Allen
Devil: John Sessions
Soldier: TBC

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9

CAS PUBLIC / HÉLÈNE BLACKBURN

Edinburgh International Festival

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3-6 August 2019

£12.50 - £25 Adult (transaction fees may apply)

Known for its eloquent dance, Montreal-based Cas Public is home to an atypical performer. Cai Glover overcame a hearing impairment to become a professional dancer. Choreographer Hélène Blackburn uses his disability as a point of departure for her athletic creation. Perceiving, experiencing, understanding. Our senses allow us to apprehend the world around us. How is it possible to capture the monumental grandeur of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony — one of the masterworks in the classical repertoire — if, like its composer, our hearing is impaired? 9 brings this challenge to vivid life through a bold journey of sensation.

Accessable performances available.

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Roots

1927

Edinburgh International Festival

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9-25 August 2019

£25 Adult (transaction fees may apply)

Witty, stylish and subversive, 1927 blends sophisticated stagecraft with the early days of cinema, all brought to life through the company’s signature fusion of handcrafted animation and storytelling, with a live musical score involving donkeys’ jaws, musical saws and Peruvian prayer boxes.

The company has unearthed a catalogue of thousands of little-known folk tales, that offer a fascinating glimpse into the imaginations of our forebears.

1927 was last seen at International Festival 2015 with a wildly inventive The Magic Flute, created in collaboration with Barrie Kosky, Artistic Director of Komische Oper Berlin. 1927’s previous hit shows The Animals and Children Took to the Streets and Golem have gone on to international acclaim.

Accessable performances available.

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Swede Dreamz - Abba Tribute band

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7:30pm Saturday 12 Oct

£21 (plus booking fee)

From the opening beats of Waterloo to the final notes of Thank You For The Music, Swede Dreamz will take you on a journey through some of ABBA’s greatest and most memorable hits including Dancing Queen, Mamma Mia, Take A Chance On Me, SOS, Fernando, Chiquitita, Gimme! Gimme! Gimme!, Knowing Me Knowing You, Money Money Money and many, many more ...

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