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Make a resolution to visit Mansfield Palace Theatre in 2019!

With a new year fast approaching, why not make a resolution to visit your local theatre in 2019? There's something for everyone scheduled in the January - March season - from nippers to nannas, and everything in between!

Palace Theatre brochure Jan to Mar 2019

Music fans will be excited by the five tribute evenings planned plus original artists The Searchers join us as part of their farewell tour (14 March) and Showaddywaddy are back by popular demand (29 March).

The Legends of American Country tribute show returns (7 February) followed by Oh! What a Feeling, celebrating the music of Lionel Richie and the Commodores (8 February). Lee Memphis King transforms himself into Elvis with a brand new production dedicated entirely to the Vegas years (9 February). George Michael tribute FastLove is back following a sell-out show last year (16 March) and Roy Orbison and the Traveling Wilburys Experience perform hits including Mr Blue Sky and Pretty Woman to end the tribute season (28 March).

The UK's premier comedy drag show is back with the hilarious, fabulous and glamorous Music Hall Tavern (10 February.) A stunning spectacle suitable for the whole family is the Chinese New Year Extravaganza (15 February) and to round off a week of big produtions, XFactor winner Sam Bailey is getting her teeth into a rocker of a show when she stars in two performances of Steve Steinman's Vampires Rock (16 February).

If it's family fun you're after, there are two offerings for the February half term break. Oddsocks bring their trademark humour, fast-paced action and live music to Robin Hood and the Revolting Peasants (17 February), closely followed by Pop Divas Live who create a concert experience for fans of Little Mix, Ariana Grande, Taylor Swift and many more (19 February).

TV favourites The Twirlywoos are setting sail around the UK on their first ever tour, which calls at Mansfield Palace Theatre for mischief, music and plenty of surprises (12 March). Judith Kerr's classic tale of The Tiger Who Came to Tea is brought to life on stage in a delightful show packed with oodles of magic, sing-a-long songs and clumsy chaos (26-27 March).

Two time BBC Folk Award winners Greg Russell and Ciaran Algar perform a 'Folk in the Studio' session (28 March) and Carlton Main Frickley Colliery Band return to the Palace stage (17 March). The Good Old Days of Variety deliver a brand new nostalgia show starring the Houghton Weavers, Andy Eastwood and comedy legend Jimmy Cricket (13 March).

Swan Lake remains one of the most enchanting classical ballets due to its plot full of romance, sorcery and betrayal. With over 120 costumes and stunning sets, Ballet Theatre UK promise to provide with you a new look at the classic tale (24 March).

As always, we encourage you to support local talent who are showcasing their work on the Palace Theatre stage in the coming months, starting with Senior Youth Theatre who perform Peter Pan (13-14 February) and Inspire Youth Arts who present their annual showcase (21-22 February).

Masque Productions serve up a slice of comedy in Waiting for Gateaux (27 February-2 March) followed by Guys and Dolls performed by Mansfield Operatic Society (6-10 March). New Youth Theatre present The Addams Family (19-20 March) and Funky Studios promise to take the audience on a romantic and heartbreaking journey which will remain with you long after you leave the theatre in Dog Fight the Musical (22-23 March).

Tickets for all shows can be booked by calling the Box Office on 01623 633133 or online bookings are available 24/7 at

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