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New Season of Shows Announced At Turbine Theatre

The Turbine Theatre has announced a new season of outdoor shows. The shows will be performed on a jetty next to the Theatre in Battersea.


The shows will take place over three weeks beginning on 26th August. Among the shows being performed is a new revival of Hair. Directed by Arlene Phillips, the show will star Matthew Croke, Danielle Fiamanya, Jordan Luke Gage, Millie O'Connell, Jodie Steele and Layton Williams.



Other shows taking place in the season are Horrible Histories' Barmy Britain, The Best Of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons featuring cast members from Jersey Boys, Showstopper and The Barricade Boys.


Full listings are:


Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain - 28th August

One Duck Down - 30th August

The Best of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons - 31st August

Hair The Musical: An Outdoor Concert - 4th, 5th and 6th September

Bard In The Yard - 5th September

The Final Countdown: The 80s Concert Spectacular - 8th September

Aesop's Fables: The Harvest Festival - 9th September

Macbeth: Sleep No More - 9th September

Vivienne De Vil: With One Look - 9th September

Black Sails - 12th September

Great Expectations - 12th September

Roles We'll Never Play - 13th September

The Femmes - 13th September

The Two Gentleman of Verona - 15th September

West End Rocks - 16th September

Showstopper - 17th September

The Barricade Boys - 18th September

Catfish The Musical In Concert - 19th September


Artistic director Paul Taylor-Mills said: "I'm always impressed by my artists' ability to make things happen in what has always been a difficult industry to work in. The surprises of 2020 have made this challenge even greater. The Turbine on the Jetty Season is only possible because of the patience, expertise and fearlessness of the incredible companies and artists that have worked with me over the last couple of weeks to get this off the ground. The project is a mammoth undertaking and to say I'm thrilled with the variety of work on offer is an understatement. Even against the odds the Turbine Theatre continues to programme classic work in a fresh ways and support both seasoned artists and provide a platform for new voices. Please do come and support us. The arts needs you more than ever, there is no other way of putting it."


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