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Tag Archives: Apollo Theatre

Isle of Wight Events Diary which highlights the festivals, charity events and functions that happen all year around.

The Isle of Wight is brilliant at the at the best of times, but what could make it even better is when you take advantage of a Special Offer or deal on accommodation, Activities, Attractions of Food and Drink.

Below are the latest offers available to you, so please use the filters at the start of the listings to narrow down the deal or offer that suits you.

‘Ghost Train’ by Arnold Ridley (of Dad’s Army fame)

When The Guardian’s theatre critic was asked for his choice of the greatest stage ghost story of all time, his answer was not, as might have been expected, The Woman in Black, but The Ghost Train, a comedy thriller written in 1923 by Arnold Ridley, who is less well-known as a playwright than as Private Godfrey, […]

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The Loves of Cass McGuire’ by Brian Friel

‘The Loves of Cass McGuire’ by Brian Friel will be staged from 24 March until 1 April (not Sunday or Monday) at 7.30pm at the Apollo Theatre. Tickets are now on sale via our website and the box office will be open from18 March. The play is set in 1960’s Ireland, where the respectable, middle-class […]

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Wyrd Sisters – The Apollo Players

Ever heard of Macbeth? Imagine Shakespeare rewritten by Terry Pratchett, from the point of view of the three witches: in this case, self-opinionated Granny Weatherwax, down-to-earth Nanny Ogg and bunny-loving Margret Garlick. Add in the ghost of king (yes, I know, wrong play but who cares), a wicked duke and duchess and a land in peril, and […]

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