Belgrade Theatre Line-Up


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The Belgrade theatre is one of the lost gems of Coventry city. It’s amazing to see how many people don’t go and visit, especially with the shows they have set up until Christmas. So what’s on for the rest of the season?

For just three days from it’s UK tour, the award winning musical ‘Our House’ is coming to Coventry. From the 8th – 11th of November you can see Britain’s Got Talent winner George Sampson and Actress Deena Payne star in the production.

“On the night of his 16th birthday, Joe Casey takes the girl of his dreams, Sarah, out on their first date. In an effort to impress her with bravado, Joe breaks into a building site overlooking his home on Casey Street. When the police turn up, a split-second decision forces him to choose between himself and his heart as the story splits in two: one which sees Joe stay to face the music, and the other which sees him flee and leave Sarah to run from the police. As two very different paths unfold before him, the consequences of that choice will change his life forever.”

‘Our House’ was first staged on the West End in Cambridge theatre, and is choreographed by Fabian Aloise, who also worked on the set of Matilda the Musical. It’s all coming to Coventry! You can get tickets from just £22.50 online or in the box office of the theatre and with the amount of talent in this show, that is a bargain!

That’s not all the Belgrade has to offer, back by popular demand, Cinderella is back at its best this Christmas. The popular Pantomime is playing from the 22nd of November until the 13th of January – plenty of time to get that pantomime fix and from £15.75 a ticket, can you really complain?

Last year’s Cinderella was a huge hit with everyone that went to see it!

“The Belgrade Team has done it again” ★★★★

“Could be Coventry’s best panto in years” ★★★★★

So what are you waiting for? There is something for everyone, with other shows including ‘The Good, The Bad and The Ugly Sisters’. Did you also know if you are over 18 and under 26, you could get free tickets to shows at the theatre?

Now there really is no excuse. Find out more at:

Charlotte Rogers


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