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Theatre: Michael's Magical Menagerie

Trellis Arts brings a new, fun family show to Rosehill Theatre that will capture imaginations big and small.

Performance times and tickets

  • Wednesday 24 October • 1pm
  • Tickets £6

Theatre: Gutted

Liz has an embarrassing problem, and these yogurts aren't helping: her body's acting up. Touring after acclaimed performances across the UK, Gutted is Liz Richardson's story as she tells it, living as a twenty-something with inflammatory bowel disease.

Performance times and tickets

  • Saturday 3 November • 8pm

  • Tickets £15 • £7.50 U26

Theatre: Ventoux

Ventoux is the most fearsome mountain encountered on the Tour de France. It is also the story of Lance Armstrong and Marco Pantani - whose drug-fuelled race there in 2000 was the greatest that cycling had ever seen.

Performance times and tickets

  • Saturday 10 November • 8pm
  • Tickets £15 • £7.50 U26

Theatre: CADS - The Bay at Nice/Wrecked Eggs

Cockermouth Amateur Dramatic Society (CADS) are returning to Rosehill Theatre with Sir David Hare's The Bay at Nice and Wrecked Eggs, two intriguing companion plays about life, love and the decisions we make.

Performance times and tickets

  • Thursday 29 November • 7.30pm
  • Tickets £10 • £5 U25

Theatre: Pop Music

There's a wedding. A free bar. A blast from the past. Pop Music is for all those who have ever made idiots of themselves on the dance floor!

Performance times and tickets

  • Saturday 8 December • 7.30pm
  • Tickets £15 • £7.50 U26

Theatre: Mr Charles Dickens Presents A Christmas Carol

To celebrate the 175th anniversary of A Christmas Carol, European Arts Company returns with a heart-warming evening in the presence of the author himself! Actor John O’Connor faithfully recreates Dickens’s famous performance of his best-loved ghost story.

Performance times and tickets

  • Thursday 13 December • 7.30pm
  • Tickets £15 • £7.50 U26

Theatre: Harbour Tales - Mrs Lutwige and the Magic of the North Pier Lighthouse

Living alone in her little lighthouse is a sad affair for Mrs Lutwige, she can't remember the last time she shared a story or two.

Performance times and tickets

  • Saturday 22 December • 2pm
    Sunday 23 December • 2pm

  • Tickets £10 • £8 U26 • U5 free

 
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