Tuesday, 2 September 2014

Tour dates announced of Daniel Evans' Sheffield Theatres revival of ANYTHING GOES

Dates have been announced for the 2015 tour of Daniel Evans' Sheffield Theatres revival of Cole Porter's classic musical Anything Goes.
Following its run at the Crucible (28 November 2014-17 January 2015), the tour will open at the New Wimbledon Theatre on 29 January 2015 (full venues below).
The the production features choreography by Alistair David and is produced in association with Stage Entertainment. Casting will be announced shortly.
Evans said: "It's 80 years since Cole Porter's exhilarating score arrived on Broadway and I'm truly delighted that this collaboration between Sheffield Theatres and Stage Entertainment will see our production perform right across the UK and Ireland."

Anything Goes features classic numbers including "I Get A Kick Out of You", "You're the Top", "It's De-Lovely" and the iconic title song.
Full dates and venues
29 January – 7 February
New Wimbledon Theatre

9 – 14 February
Aylesbury Waterside Theatre

16 – 21 February
Regent Theatre, Stoke on Trent

23 – 28 February
The Churchill Theatre, Bromley

3 – 7 March
Alhambra Theatre, Bradford

9 – 14 March
New Theatre, Hull

16 – 21 March
Empire, Liverpool

23 – 28 March
Congress, Eastbourne

30 March – 4 April
Mayflower Theatre, Southampton

6 – 18 April
Opera House, Manchester

20 – 25 April
Kings theatre, Glasgow

27 April – 2 May Orchard Theatre, Dartford
11 – 16 May 
Royal & Derngate, Northampton

18 – 23 May
Swan Theatre, High Wycombe

25 – 30 May
Grand Opera House, Belfast

1 – 6 June
Grand Opera House, York

8 – 13 June
Theatre Royal Plymouth

15 – 20 June
Theatre Royal, Nottingham

22 – 27 June
Playhouse, Edinburgh

30 June - 4 July
Grand Theatre, Leeds

6 – 11 July
New Theatre, Cardiff

13 – 18 July
Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton

20 – 25 July
His Majestys, Aberdeen

3 – 8 August
Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, Dublin

10 – 15 August
Princess Theatre, Torquay

17 – 22 August
Pavillion Theatre, Bournemouth

31 August – 5 September
New Victoria Theatre, Woking

7 – 12 September
New Theatre, Oxford

14 – 19 September
Hippodrome, Birmingham

21 – 26 September
Milton Keynes Theatre, Milton Keynes

28 September – 3 October
Empire, Sunderland

5 – 10 October
Hippodrome, Bristol
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