Coming up at The Crescent
The Jersey Beats: Oh What A Nite! 25 Jan
(Dudley Leisure Ltd )
The Jersey Beats - Oh What A Nite! is known as one of the greatest tributes to 'Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons! Now on it's fourth UK tour, our talented quartet will be performing at The Crescent Theatre Birmingham
The show follows the outstanding career of Valli and the Seasons from the early days on the streets of New Jersey to the bands glittering stardom, with hit after hit coming from this show with songs including ‘Sherry’, ‘Big Girls Don’t Cry’, ‘Beggin’, ‘Rag Doll’, and many more!
Adding an original twist to the phenomenal ‘Jersey Boys’ theatre production, this four-piece powerhouse will take you through a nostalgic journey of the famous sights and sounds of ‘Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons’ - all hosted by comedy host, outrageous Leye D Johns and glamorous dancers ‘The Viva Showgirls to ensure a production like no other celebrating some of the greatest music of all time.
Viva Voulez Vous: A Celebration of the Music of Abba 26 Jan
(Dudley Leisure Ltd)
Say thank you for the music at Viva Voulez Vous, a spectacular celebration of the songs of Europe's original pop four-piece ABBA. With all the hits you love to sing along to from their chart-topping careers this is ABBA but not as you 'Knowing me, Knowing you' know it.
This brand new show for 2018 has been produced by the Viva production team and is performed by the exceptionally talented singing and Dancing Queens of the Viva cast, join us as we 'Have a Dream' of the Swedish pop quartet that swept the globe. More than a tribute, this is a one of a kind experience.
So, take a chance take a chance (take a take a chance chance) and join us for Viva Voulez Vous!
The Seagull 2 - 9 Feb
(The Crescent Theatre Company)
Christopher Hampton’s translation of Chekhov’s comedy masterfully captures the romantic and artistic conflicts of a group of artists, intellectuals, and socialites summering in the house and gardens of Pyotr Sorin’s Russian country estate.
Through biting and witty dialogue, the play tells the story of Konstantin Treplev, a young writer striving to create new theatrical forms, and his disapproving mother Arkadina, a famous actress. His mother’s closeness to her younger lover Boris Trigorin, a famous and well-loved novelist, only exacerbates Konstantin’s insecurities and feelings of inferiority.