From: Medway Council [email_dot_marketing_at_medway_dot_gov_dot_uk]
Sent: 06 January 2009 10:54
Subject: Have you heard the latest at The Central Theatre?


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Spring Brochure

Hello and welcome to the first of our monthly updates on what's happening at The Central Theatre, Chatham. There is plenty on offer in 2009 and we look forward to welcoming you back - you can see the Spring brochure here.

The Central Theatre is home to a sparkling array of live shows. This is your chance to be first through the door, find out what's coming up and enter exclusive competitions.

It's yours, so welcome aboard and enjoy.


Derren Brown at the Central Theatre

The spring programme is flush with favourites, as well as some great Medway debuts and exciting new projects. Derren Brown leads the way with a five-date run. The female perspective is explored in two stunning productions: The Vagina Monologues, starring ex Corrie favourite Shelley Unwin and The Naked Truth, featuring Lisa Riley and Abi Titmuss.

Mock the Week regulars Andy Parsons and Ed Byrne stand up to be counted in March and April. Then, for fans of classic sixties music, there is The Solid Silver 60s Show - including live performances from The Searchers and The Mersybeats - and Soul'd on Blues, with Chris Farlowe, Cliff Bennett and Herbie Goins exploring classic soul and blues, as well as their glittering back catalogues.

Look out for Screen Classics, a season packed with remastered classic films from the vaults of timeless cinema and Crash, Bang, Wallop - a great family concert and introduction to classical music from the City of London Sinfonia, featuring Brian Blessed.


Sunday, 8 February
City of London Sinfonia

Friday, 6 March
Andy Parsons

Wednesday, 25 March
The Vagina Monologues

Saturday, 28 March
The Solid Silver 60s Show

Friday, 24, Saturday, 25 April
The Naked Truth

For times, ticket prices and more information,
download the spring 2009


Screen Classic Online Survey Winner

Congratulations to
Martin Critchley,
who has won a pair
of season tickets - and thank you all
for your overwhelming
response to the online survey.


Every month we will offer a pair of tickets to a forthcoming show (depending on availability). SimplyEnter the Competition answer the following question and the winner will be drawn at random and announced in next month's issue.

The Central Theatre has been the home to a variety of performers - but what was the iconic building used for before it was converted into a theatre?
Answers on an email - please remember to provide your name and contact details.

You can see the variety of shows on offer at The Central Theatre
here - so book your tickets now!


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Download the Spring 2009 Central Theatre brochure

Until next time, happy theatre going... 
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