THE Cast of Stage Struck are bringing Allsorts and Dolly Mixture to Swindon Arts Centre, featuring music, dance and comedy.

The show starts at 7.30pm tonight.

Tickets are £11 (concessions £9) from 07596 151 051 or email

  • Bringing On Back The 60s starring the New Amen Corner will be at the Wyvern Theatre tomorrow and is a must for lovers of 60s music.

This fast moving show features Mike Pender, the original voice of The Searchers, and Mike d’Abo, former lead singer with Manfred Mann.

The band will be joined by special guests as they perform two hours of million-selling hits from the most prolific decade in musical history.

Tickets are £21.50 from 01793 524 481 or and the

  • THE Very Hungry Caterpillar, by author/illustrator Eric Carle, has delighted generations of readers since it was first published in 1969 selling more than 43 million copies worldwide.

Now, the timeless classic makes its way off the page and onto the stage at the Wyvern.

You can also head to the pre-show Very Hungry Party, featuring music, colouring, a Very Hungry buffet and unlimited squash, from 45 minutes before the 1.30pm show in The Place.

The show is at the Wyvern at 1.30pm and 3.30pm on Sunday, May 21. Tickets are £15.50, with various group deals and discounts available. To book, call 01793 524481 or visit

  • THE charming tale of a spelling bee will be brought to Swindon Arts Centre by Wilkes Academy of Performing Arts.

This funny and heart-warming musical tells the story of six awkward spelling champions who learn that winning — and losing — isn’t everything.

Winner of the Tony and the Drama Desk Awards for Best Book, it has charmed audiences across the country with its effortless wit and humour.

The show is at the arts centre at 7.30pm on Wednesday, May 24. Tickets are £11 from 01793 524481 or visit

  • EVERYBODY Sing presents Bugsy Malone at Swindon Arts Centre on Sunday, May 21.

The all-singing, all-dancing action musical set in Prohibition era New York sees rival gansters Fat Sam and Dandy Dan at loggerheads.

There are two performances, at 1pm and 5pm. Tickets are £13 (£11) from 01793 524481 or

  • RICKY Theatre Company will be performing Second at the Phoenix Theatre, New College, tomorrow.

Second is a catalogue of emotion that gives insight to the consequences of using a mobile phone whilst driving. Tickets are £3 in advance (£5 on the door) and the performance lasts 45 minutes. There are two performances, at 3pm and 4.30pm. To book, visit or call 01793 52448

  • THE Illegal Eagles will be celebrating their 20th anniversary at the Wyvern next week.

This seasoned group of talented musicians’ mastery of the Eagles’ distinctive sound has made them one of the most sought after shows of their kind in the world.

The show starts at 7.30pm on Wednesday, May 24. Tickets are £26.50 from or 01793