‘Simon and Garfunkel Through the Years’ is the World’s most authentic sounding theatre show of its kind. With moving and powerful live performances and multimedia, the show takes a chronological journey through the music and behind the scenes of the greatest ever folk-rock duo.
The show features interviews with Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel, original movie footage and mind-blowing live performances of hits like Mrs Robinson, The Boxer, Homeward Bound and the incredible Bridge Over Troubled Water.
Come along and relive the unforgettable music of Simon & Garfunkel in what the BBC described as ‘a must see’ show.
“Not just your average tribute” - BBC Radio WM
“That could really be Simon & Garfunkel” – BBC Radio Nottingham
The Sound Of Silence
The Cornish Charity Wired for Stroke victims is holding a fund raising evening at Lane Theatre, Newquay.
Dave Chudleigh, local musician/entertainer is appearing on the Saturday 14th May 2016 in aid of WIRED which is a local rehabilitation centre for stroke and brain injury patients.
The event is to raise much needed funds for such a worthy cause. Bar is open throughout the evening.
Turn up for an evening of music, chat and fun, start
time 7.30 pm
A bit about the charity Wired:
Wired is the ONLY rehabilitation Centre in the Community of Cornwall that offers conventional therapies and art and craft workshops to people who have suffered from a stroke or acquired brain injury (ABI) as well as long term neurological conditions.
They offer patients Physiotherapy, Psychological therapy, Specialist Massage therapy, acupuncture, music workshops and re-learning to read and write or speak again, additionally art, mosaic glass, craft making; for example cards, painting, drawing and jewellery making. This gives the “hidden” therapeutic value of hand and eye co-ordination and dexterity whilst at the same time socialising the workshop. Outings in the Community mean that patients are able to re-integrate into the Community as well as providing Carer support and respite. We have just finished creating a garden in 2012 that is fully disability accessible and has a sensory element as well as growing herbs, flowers and can be also used as a retreat. This provides a really valuable therapy, working with plants and planning out the garden and eventually we hope to set aside a section as a memorial garden, for patients who have sadly passed on through their condition.
Tickets are just £6.50 (including nibbles)
Directed by Sheila Lines
Inspector Pratt arrives at Bagshot House with grim news
for Colonel Craddock, but that's just the beginning.
Who is the strange Polish Count?
Is Henrietta really an army Captain?
How does the eccentric thespian, Longfellow fit in to the equation?
These are just some of the characters who make Pratt's return a chaotic nightmare as the bodies pile higher and higher.
The second in the ‘Inspector Pratt’ trilogy of spoofs of the Agatha Christie ‘whodunnit’ genre.
Tickets £8 - £7 (concessions)
By permission from Josef Weinberger Limited
One of the most exciting and stylish bands on the circuit,
The Producers are among the leaders of the current Blues
phenomenon topped by Joe Bonamassa and John Mayer.
The Producers are something really something special, playing the freshest live blues in Britain today. Concerned with feel and attitude rather than slavishly copying ‘hand me down’ American music, The Producers move effortlessly between their own well crafted material and seriously reinvigorated classics stamped with their own characteristic identity.
Celebrating their 25th anniversary The Producers have embarked on a nationwide tour and are barnstorming across the country, building on their already massive audience at sell-out club dates and continuing to develop their impressive reputation that no one can ignore.
Being invited to play prestigious Festival slots is always a sign of a band on its way, however receiving invitations to open concerts for luminaries like John Mayall, Taj Mahal, Dr John, Peter Green and Robert Cray has quickly led to The Producers becoming a major attraction in their own right. With thirteen acclaimed albums to their credit, air play and live appearances across Europe, the States, the Bahamas, Australia and New Zealand, The Producers are playing headline dates and rightfully assuming a prominent position on blues awards podiums.
Dave Saunders and Harry Skinner formed The Producers in 1990. They went on to be one the most popular blues outfit in the country at that time. Winners of the ‘Blues Band of the Year’ award 4 times, releasing 13 CD albums to date, one of which ‘Ain’t No Love in the World’ was nominated for the ‘Best Blues Album’ award..
The Producers highly acclaimed CD and Vinyl record ‘London Blues’ released in 2011 created significant excitement within the blues community and the music industry in general. The album featured guests Paul Beavis (Go West, Low Riders) Andy Fairweather Low (Eric Clapton, Roger Waters) Ben Waters and 5 times blues award winner Paul Lamb on Piano and Harmonica respectively with all the material being self penned originals. .
"25 Years" is The Producers
latest album, released to coincide with the tour and reflects the values
of their first album (Escape from Muswell Hill 1992) It features 4 new
original songs and a selection of old favourites often performed on stage
but never before recorded. Thus connecting the band to both its past and
You Tube Clips
The Producers -- Don't want a girl like you
The Producers -- Somewhere down the line
Tickets £13 in advance or £15 on the door
Nikki returns for her third appearance at Lane Theatre.
Her popularity grows every time she is here, almost selling out on the last occasion.
As a Medium Nikki Kitt aims to provide evidence of life after life by giving messages to people in the audience from their loved ones in spirit with amazing accuracy in descriptions, personalities and all sorts of personal information..
"Hi Nikki I attended your evening last night
and just wanted to say that you have an amazing talent"
"I have seen many mediums and psychics over the years and you are by far the best and most accurate the details you give are amazing"
"My god went to see Psychic Medium Nikki Kitt tonight my mum came through soooo happy she was spot on with everything.. Thank you Nikki amazing night"
Alan Jones, mentalist, mind-reader, psychic entertainer and teller of tales, returns to The Lane Theatre this year with an evening of entertainment inspired by the works of Edgar Allan Poe.
Expect the unusual, uncanny and unearthly as you are guided through a series of mind-games, dream-scapes, psychological and psychic experiments all with just a hint of the macabre.
As each tale is explored, you could become the lead in spooky experiments and psychic explorations. Who knows at the end of the evening maybe the spirit of Mr Poe himself will help provide answers to the very real questions you have about your own lives.
Please note that the themes in this show are of the psychological, psychic and paranormal ....
Not suitable for children under 12
Froggie, as he is known by his army of fans, started his working days as a pipe lagger, night time would be spent singing in the pubs and secretly writing poetry in his spare time, a great talent that maybe would have stayed hidden if not for the illness. Once he started to recover from his illness Froggie decided to advertise for musicians to put together a Band, four very talented musicians called The Monopoly were to become Froggie's new Band.
Still today his songs are recorded by major artists. In 1992 Raymond released his autobiography telling stories of his earlier years in the music business.
His concerts are sold out across the country and abroad, the Froggie followers arrive at the shows clutching their frogs with green scarves waving, certainly a sight to behold. Froggie writes and sings his own songs mesmerising his audience, making them laugh with one of his many stories or cry with emotion with a song that touches the heart like no other. Raymond also released another album of songs to coincide with this new tour. An evening with Raymond Froggatt is pure magic, an evening not to be missed.
Chris is back at Lane for his third appearance. Such is his popularity that he all but sold out last year.
Singer/songwriter Chris began his recording career in 1992 with the critically acclaimed album ‘Only Human’ and achieved Record Of The Week on Radio 2 with his song ‘We Were Children’. He has released four albums of original songs and legendary DJ ‘Whispering’ Bob Harris referred to him as one of his favourite artists of the year.
In 2010 Chris began touring with his solo show ‘The Music of John Denver’ celebrating the life and work of the legendary singer/songwriter in his own unique way. He has recorded several radio specials for the BBC and toured extensively in the North of England for the last three years. Chris was honoured to be asked to perform in Aspen, Colorado in October 2012 for the annual celebrations of John Denver's life and work.
He performed with Steve Weisberg, John Denver's lead guitar player on all his platinum albums during the 70's. Chris and Steve performed several concerts together, their final performance in Aspen being an unforgetable show at Windstar - Denver's eco awareness centre in the heart of the rocky mountains. John Denver's longtime friend Peter Plantec said after Chris and Steve's concert at Aspen Community Church, 'I wasn't watching John tonight but all of the magic was there.'
Chris first brought his show to The Lane Theatre, Newquay last year and is very much looking forward to performing to a new audience..
Join us for all of the favourite hits including ‘Annie’s
Song’, ‘Leaving On A Jet Plane’, Take Me Home Country Roads, ‘Sunshine
On My Shoulders’
and many more...
Have a listen to Chris on this video from his own website
Tickets £10 in advance or £12.50 on the door
Directed by David Faulkner
Award winning director David Faulkner
(Artistic Director Open Road Theatre Company) makes a welcome return to
Lane Theatre with Peter Shaffer’s intelligent, exhilarating, witty and
whimsical comedy. LETTICE AND LOVAGE
ENLARGE! - ENLIVEN! – ENLIGHTEN!
These are watchwords of Lettice Douffet (Jean Lenton) as she takes Tudor history by the scruff of the neck and shakes us by creating a magic that is all her own.
ENLARGE! Follow Lettice as she guides you around Fustian House and be amazed at her imaginative retelling of its history.
ENLIVEN! Share her fall from grace at the hands of her employer Lotte Schoen (Soozie Tinn) and then marvel at their growing friendship.
ENLIGHTEN! Enjoy their game playing as they plan a subversive plot against modern architecture and all things ugly and mere.
Tickets £8 - £7 (concessions)
By permission from Samuel French
Advance notice of our annual pantomime.
Further details will be added in due course.
Don't leave it to late to book.
Last year's panto was sold out for all three performances
Please note, 10.30 am performance now sold out.
Forget the Christmas shopping with a visit to Lane to have a great evening in the company of our favourite comedian.
Please book early, last year Johnny's Christmas Show at Lane was sold out weeks before the event.
Thursday 18th August 2016
15th December 2016