Old Time Music Hall Friends of Harrogate Hospital

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28th October 2017

Royal Hall

The Casadia players Music Hall

The brilliant Billy Pearce tops the bill in a traditional variety show packed with laughter, music, dancing and speciality acts. Proceeds to charity: Don’t Miss It!

Perfect entertainment for everyone, this traditional Music Hall has all the ingredients to send you home with a smile on your face and a spring in your step.

The brilliant Billy Pearce tops the bill with his razor-sharp wit and inimitable infectious sense of fun. Described as the consummate entertainer, Billy has appeared in several Royal Variety Performances and is a firm favourite in pantomime, variety theatre, the clubs - wherever the art of stand-up is practised.

The Music Hall Chairman will introduce a host of variety acts – top class singers, dancers, magic, ventriloquism, speciality acts, even a musical saw! All that and the chance to join in your favourite musical hall songs, played by the pit orchestra.

Profits from the show go to the Friends of Harrogate Hospital & Community Charity to buy specialist equipment in dementia care.

Come Dressed Victorian and join in the fun!

Ticket Prices and Information

Grand Hall Full Price £17.00 Concessions £15.00
Sideways restricted view Full Price £12.00
Grand Circle Full Price £17.00 Concessions £15.00
Dress Circle Full Price £17.00 Concessions £15.00
Boxes seat 2 Full Price £34.00

Rows C, D and E Grand Hall are restricted view. Seating will be sideways onto the stage.

Disabled patrons and wheelchair users are asked to call us on 01423 502116 to book.

*Boxes may offer a restricted view

**A £1.75 transaction fee will be added at the end of your order. Order from as many shows as you like at one time and pay only £1.75.

Venue Information

Royal Hall
Box office
01423 502116
Location
Royal Hall,
Ripon Road
Harrogate
HG1 2RD
Show Dates and times

Book tickets online now or call our box office on 01423 502 116

Saturday, 28 October 2017
14:30
Saturday, 28 October 2017
19:30