Tuesday 12 March to Wednesday 13 March
Westlands School Year 4 Production
Westlands Community Primary School are thrilled to present James and the Giant Peach, their Year 4 production of Roald Dahl's epic tale.
Thursday 14 March
Darkly and comic but also heart-warming and uplifting, Cracking is about love and hatred, and celebrates how searching for connection beats disconnecting. Blending fiction and reality, Cracking asks what’s funny and where we draw the line.
Friday 15 March
Think Floyd faithfully recreate one of the most influential albums of all time, Pink Floyd's The Dark Side of the Moon, as well as a whole range of classic Floyd, from Wish You Were Here, The Wall, The Division Bell, Animals and more.
Saturday 16 March to Sunday 26 May
Film Making Workshop for Young People
For film lovers aged 10 to 16, you'll learn directly from the experts at Offshoot Films and gain knowledge on all areas of film production including camera operating, sound engineering and storyboarding.
Saturday 16 March
False 9: The Reality of Women's Football
In the heart of Chelmsford, the women of Chelmsford City Football Club find themselves on a journey that transcends the boundaries of the pitch. False 9 takes you on an emotional rollercoaster, exploring the world of the tier 7 county leagues.
Sunday 17 March
The Little Prince
Through mesmerising puppetry and beautiful songs, The Little Prince is here to remind us that the boy who fell to earth teaches his friend, the Aviator about love, life and real happiness.
Monday 18 March to Tuesday 19 March
New Hall: Feel the Beat
New Hall school’s Senior Division dancers present ‘Feel the Beat’. The show will include many different from Ballet to Musical Theatre and will be accompanied by New Halls resident student band.
Wednesday 20 March
Chris McCausland: Yonks!
He's been called an overnight success even though he's been a stand-up for twenty years now… Which is officially yonks! Chris McCausland is hitting the road again with another masterclass in stand-up comedy that has literally been yonks in the making.
Thursday 21 March
An Evening of Burlesque
A scintillating night out of sparkling entertainment from one of the UK’s longest running burlesque shows, back touring the nation. Expect the ultimate variety show, blending stylish cabaret, comedy, music, circus and burlesque to light up all your senses
Friday 22 March
Annual Museum Lecture
For many years, Dr. Peter Murphy worked as Head of Coastal Strategy for English Heritage. Using his considerable knowledge of Essex, he explores past, present and future in this talk.
Friday 22 March to Saturday 23 March
Stewart Lee: Basic Lee
After a decade of high concept shows with massive sets and enormous comedy props, Lee is stripping it back to solo stand-up mode. One man, one microphone, and one microphone in the wings in case the one on stage breaks. Pure. Simple. Classic. Basic Lee.
Saturday 23 March
Rabbit Rabbit: A Tribute to Chas and Dave
Performed by the comedy trio, Triple Cream, their musicianship and banter make this fast-moving show a fitting tribute. Delighting audiences across the country for over 40 years, Triple Cream have performed with Chas & Dave in the past.
Sunday 24 March
NT Live: The Motive and the Cue
Filmed during a sold out run, fierce and funny play depicting the soon to unravel collaboration between John Gielgud and Johnny Flynn while working on a new experimental Broadway production of Hamlet set in 1964.
Sunday 24 March
Dreamcoat Stars 2024
Grab your coat of many colours and join our Josephs on an emotional journey where any dream will do. With some of the biggest musical songs of a generation, this is a show that will raise your spirits and a night of theatre you’ll never forget.
Tuesday 26 March
Puccini’s devastating tragedy about a young geisha who falls in love with an American naval officer.