What’s on this weekend

American Wrestling Superstars take to the ring at the Theatre Royal on Friday night, plus love is in the air at The Rogue Gallery's Valentines Market on Saturday. Check out what's on this weekend!

Cheer on the baddies this Friday night!

Get on down to the Theatre Royal for an epic night of American wrestling to see who is crowned Knockout Champion! Should sell out fast, so get your tickets today. Starts 7.30pm.

Get smoochy at The Rogue Valentines Market

Lookin’ for something a bit special for your other half? Pop into The Rogue Gallery this weekend to see what’s on offer at their Valentine Market to get you and whoever in the mood…

The Great Singalong Songbook team presents

On Sunday 9th, The Story of Connie Francis (& Bobby Darin) comes to The Theatre Royal. Connie Francis was hugely popular in the American charts in the ’50s and ’60s, with one of her biggest hits being ‘Lipstick on Your Collar’. Showtime 3 pm.

It’s Monday -still wanting more?

Then check out the awesome D.J. Jenny Greene, along with Kaycee for Rag Week 2020. Head to The Project for 11 pm.

Have a great weekend!


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