Doppelganger Productions: RIDE!

Shelley Theatre 16 Beechwood Avenue, Bournemouth

Based on the shocking murder of African American James Byrd Jr by members of the Ku Klux Klan in 1998, this exceptional new production from scriptwriter John Foster (Nominee for Best New Play for the Off the West End Awards 2018) is a one-man play about “a world distressingly ill at ease with itself”, Jeremy

£10 – £12

Slightly Fat Features in The Slightly Fat Show

Shelley Theatre 16 Beechwood Avenue, Bournemouth

  Comedy. Cabaret. Chaos. After a sensational sellout at the Shelley in 2013, BEAF brings back Slightly Fat Features with a new show, stuffed full with stunts, laughs and mayhem. Hard to describe until you witness it live. Suitable for kids but not a kids show. Cirque du Soleil meets Monty Python. Direct from The

£2 – £45

Scott Lavene: Narcissism The Musical

Shelley Theatre 16 Beechwood Avenue, Bournemouth

Carlos is a narcissist. A cockney narcissist. But it wasn’t always this way. A charming tale of youth and vanity, cross-dressing and solitude. It contains semi-nudity, bad dancing, sad piano ballads and rousing anthems. The show follows Carlos’s life from a small and terrified trainee narcissist to drug and booze addled narcissism and finally to

£8 – £10

James Lerouge: Dreamy Piano Improvisations

Shelley Theatre 16 Beechwood Avenue, Bournemouth

A rare chance to see a uniquely talented local pianist/composer. Enjoy soothing, impressionist piano works composed by Lerouge himself. Set in the historic Shelley Theatre with wondrous acoustics. Influences include Debussy, Ravel, Einaudi, David Lynch, Radiohead, Fleet Foxes and film noir soundtracks. youtube.com/jameslerouge

£10

Frankenstein – Open-Access Rehearsal Week

Shelley Theatre 16 Beechwood Avenue, Bournemouth

Drop into the Shelley to witness theatre in the making, an innovative reworking of Frankenstein by SISATA and Offie-nominated BAFTA award-winning playwright, John Foster. See the production's development and engage and observe the creative process. The show will premiere at the Theatre in mid-May before touring. Donations gratefully received. 16+   Drop into the Shelley

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F W Murnau’s Nosferatu – Accompanied with live music from The Cabinet of Living Cinema

Shelley Theatre 16 Beechwood Avenue, Bournemouth

The Cabinet of Living Cinema perform live to accompany one of the silent era’s most influential masterpieces. Murnau’s eerie gothic psycho-drama, created in 1922, set the template for the horror films that followed. Cabinet’s score uses a range of voices– harp, guitar, viola, clarinet and percussion – to reflect the film’s pioneering expressionism. This landmark

£8 – £10

The Little Prince

Shelley Theatre 16 Beechwood Avenue, Bournemouth

In this family friendly storytelling adaptation of The Little Prince, we embark on an epic adventure. Exploring different planets, friendship and responsibility as we rediscover ourselves and our world through the eyes of a child. Food for thought in this high energy one hander. One show that lasts 45-60mins. To be performed at 4 different