Multi award winning floral designer Mig Kimpton returns with a brand new unique show this winter.
Mig combines his theatrical past with his extensive experience of working with flowers, to provide an evening of flowers, fun and wintry excitement!
Join him as he takes you on a journey through a magical wood and meets some well-known characters. But will he get eaten by the wolf? Help the three little pigs to build a new home? Or let you win one of his exquisite designs to take home... you will just have to come and find out!
WHY? Watch him create from scratch, stunning floral designs fit for any and every home
£16 (£14 conc)
We have been informed that the M4 will be closed in both directions over the weekend of 29 November – 2 December 2019, between junctions 6 to 8/9. The closure will start at 8pm Friday 29 November and the motorway will reopen by 6am on Monday 2 December 2019. Click here for further details.
John Fisher and IDMC bring their multiple award winning, infectious gospel sound.
They perform traditional songs and tracks from their albums that span the past 25 years. The choir have collaborated with artists such as Michael Bublé, Luciano Pavarotti, Heather Small and Sting.
WHY? Be ready to stand up and dance with a choir that bring energy and love to everywhere they perform
£15 (£13 concession)
Interactive storytelling in the magical story den.
Join in or unwind in the Café Bar with a latte and the Sunday papers, while your little ones get involved in telling stories from all over the world.
Our storyteller Hayley will be joining us on Sunday 27 October and reading Winnie the Witch by Valerie Thomas and The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson.
Age guidance 4 – 7 years.
WHY? A sociable, creative and entirely relaxed way to do Sundays for families with young children
The Story Den
£3.50 per person (45 mins)
Join us for a panel discussion, featuring special guests, followed by a screening of the film Nicky's Family.
Nicky's Family tells the remarkable true story of Maidenhead resident Sir Nicholas Winton, who rescued over 600 children at the outbreak of World War II.
Heaven 17 and The Human League founder Martyn Ware joins Jeff to chat about his career at the forefront of electronic music over four decades.
He’s been a top music producer for the likes of Tina Turner, Erasure and Terence Trent D’Arby and a leading electronic soundscape artist.
WHY? With vinyl tracks from early Human League plus other examples of Martyn’s craft over the years
£14 (£12 conc)
Coming live to the theatre for the first time in over 60 years is The Navy Lark.
The Navy Lark sees a cast of three, bring to life three classic episodes from the much loved radio series which ran for 1959 - 1977. Originally featuring Leslie Phillips, Ronnie Barker and Jon Pertwee.
Starring James Hurn known for portraying such iconic characters as Tony Hancock, Sid James and Kenneth Williams from his hit one man show Hancock and Co. As well as Richard Usher and Mark Earby best known for The Goon Show Tour and The Lost Hancock’s Vacant Lot.
Presented in the style of a radio performance in front of a live audience. Bringing to life the classic days of radio comedy.
WHY? When HMS Troutbridge docks in Maidenhead it’s going to be “Ev’rybody Down!” For an evening of nostalgic belly laughs
£15 (£13 conc)
The seasoned singer and entertainer presents an hour of chat, looking at the legendary era of Motown.
This detailed presentation includes a look at the driving forces behind the music and original video clips of the artists.
WHY? A unique analysis of the whole of Motown – from the songwriters and producers to the choreographers and singers
£12 (£10 conc)
Grace Campbell survived a childhood in British politics – her dad is Alastair Campbell.
She is co-founder of feminist group The Pink Protest and wants to tell you why she’ll never consider a career in Westminster. Expect vagina jokes, mental health within Parliament and anecdotes of hanging out with Putin’s kids.
WHY? ‘Articulate, witty and very funny’ ★★★★★ The Edinburgh Reporter