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What’s On @ERT This Spring

Other Lives present Sealed With A Kiss.

(March 26th & 27th – 7:30pm)

Three short dramas written by Peter Gripton concerning deceit, murder and revenge with a sprinkling of dark humour. Join ERT’s coffee bar for an evening of mystery and entertainment.

£15 standard

The Not So Big Bad Wolf

2nd April (11am & 2pm)

Welcome back Listeners – Little Red Riding Hood here! Stay tuned as I go undercover to reveal the truth behind fairytales’ most infamous villain – The Big Bad Wolf” Meet Little Red; adventurer, heroine and world-renowned “True Grimm” podcaster. She’s on a mission to debunk the myths around her so-called nemesis, with the help of a few storybook favourites, her red invisibility cloak, and a basket full of music, mayhem and magic tricks! But the truth is no Fairytale… This production is suitable for the whole family, though some elements may be best enjoyed by those aged 4 and above.

£15 standard, £13 child under 16

Big Beverley Comedy Club

29th March

Well – what a coup! We’ve got Tom Wrigglesworth, creator and star of ‘Tom Wrigglesworth’s Hang Ups’ on BBC Radio 4 – all five series of it! Partly due to his degree in Electrical Engineering. Tom has also starred in TV programmes about lots of interesting stuff (Electric Dreams and Engineering Giants”, BC – You Have Been Warne Dead or Alive and Outrageous Acts of Science), Tom has won numerous awards for his stand-up comedy with themes of coping with the maddening impact of the policies of corporate organisations on ordinary people and standing up for the little guy.
So You Think You’re Funny – Winner Time Out Breakthrough Act – Winner Chortle Best Show – Winner Sony Radio Award – Winner New Zealand Comedy Festival International
Act – Winner

Also appearing: Ant Dewson is a comedian and singer of silly songs. He’s a regular performer at the UK’s best comedy clubs including Up The Creek, The Stand, Funhouse Comedy, Top Secret, Angel Comedy, Out of Bounds, and The Stand Up Club… to name but a few. Ant has shared the stage with some of the country’s finest comedians including Michael Mcintyre, Micky Flanagan, and Lee Mack. Ant has written comedy for BBC Radio 4, Sky TV, and other areas of the media. He performs on BBC Radio London and other London radio stations, with other supporting acts.

And our MC is the ever-popular Jack Gleadow. This previous Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year is in big demand around the country and has been performing internationally. Described as a latter-day Norman Wisdom and Lee Evans in one, this ‘one-man variety show will host our show with his unbridled comic energy and pizzazz. Leicester Mercury Awards – Comedian of the Year. Yorkshire Comedy Awards 2023 – Best Act. “One of the most unique performers on the UK comedy circuit today.”

£17 standard

The Vegas Experience

30th March

The Las Vegas Experience will take you on a musical journey through six decades of Las Vegas entertainment. Enjoy a full-scale production with a 10-piece orchestra and incredible showgirl dancers. Let us guide you through the illustrious history of this iconic city and experience it as if you were right on the Strip! The Las Vegas Experience is a one-of-a-kind show that gives you a taste of the glitz and glamour of the city without ever having to leave the theatre. From the classic hits of Tom Jones, Wayne Newton, Barry Manilow, Elvis Presley and many more, you’ll be sure to be captivated by the vibrant show and leave with a newfound appreciation for the city of Las Vegas.

£18 standard

Christina Alden & Alex Patterson

Wednesday 3rd April 2024 @ 7.30pm (Cafe Bar)

Christina Alden & Alex Patterson are multi-instrumentalists and songwriters from Norwich. Their music is rich with intertwining harmony, sensitive accomplished musicianship and a creative song-writing style that is both delicate and moving. Deeply inspired by the world around them, they have a keen environmental eye to craft stories with the natural world at its heart, reflecting on the relationship between humans and the wild.

They have enjoyed touring extensively in the UK and Europe; including a twenty-three-date concert hall tour with Show of Hands (including Union Chapel and St David’s Hall Cardiff), a show at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall for Celtic Connections, headline and main stage performances at some of the UK’s most prestigious folk festivals and performances in Norway, Belgium, France and Ireland. They have written and self- released four albums, composed music for a BBC Radio 4 documentary series, and had over a million streams on Spotify.

£12 standard

Murmuration – Steve Vertigo

Saturday 6 April 2024 @ 19:30 – Sunday 7 April 2024 @ 19:30

With Artificial Intelligence in the ascendancy and looking set to take over the world, The Murmuration must rise. Isolated in a confused and data-drenched world, one man finds an unexpected escape in the beauty of nature. However, it’s not long before this escape is threatened by those he thought were his friends. With a blend of surreal, daft comedy, animation, and video, Steve Vertigo casts an eye over our way of being and weaves a tale of Artificial Intelligence, alienation, and 38,000 starlings.

£16 standard

Track Dogs

Friday 12th April @ 7.30pm

Track Dogs are two Irishmen, an Englishman, and an American, (Garrett Wall, Dave Mooney, Howard Brown & Robbie K. Jones), whose artistic name derives from the dark subterranean world of New York’s subway system. If they are still new to you, check out previous releases Kansas City Out Groove, Fire on the Rails, and Where to Now? and see why they are so hard to pigeonhole.

£17 standard


25th April- 18th May

Celebrating its fiftieth anniversary in 2024, ‘Confusions’ is a cover title for a sequence of interconnected one-act plays by the much-loved Alan Ayckbourn. Highlighting the many foibles of human behaviour, we witness the farcical consequences of an overly ambitious Summer Fête; the trials and tribulations of a stay-at-home mum, and one man’s bid to conquer loneliness with his unique brand of ‘haute couture’. Written in the seventies during a period of economic decline and growing uncertainty, Ayckbourn makes no apology for exposing the humiliation and heartache felt by many. Occasionally dark but always funny, ‘Confusions’ reveals the indomitable spirit of the stiff upper lip when confronted with a world where it never rains but it pours!
Five actors, three plays, and a bundle of laughs from one of the most prolific writers for the English stage.

£20 standard
£15 Under 16s

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