April 2017

April 2017

That'll Be the Day
Sunday 2nd April 2017

After an incredible three decades of touring, the UK’s No.1 Rock & Roll variety production returns to Weymouth with another opportunity to see its latest show!

Preshow meals are available.


The Stones – Rolling Stones Tribute
Friday 7th April 2017

‘The Stones’ perform the music of The Rolling Stones faithfully, accurately, and with all the excitement an audience expects from ‘The World’s Greatest Rock and Roll Band’.


Weymouth School of Ballet – Divas, Legends and Superstars
Sunday 9th April 2017

A song and dance spectacular presented by local children from Weymouth's oldest established dance school.


Cirque du Hilarious
Tuesday 11th April 2017

Over two hours of continuous laughter with incredible international circus acts from across the world, this is seriously the funniest show you will ever see!


Robin Hood – Easter Panto
Friday 14th April 2017

Join our heroes Robin Hood (George Sampson) and Maid Marian (Dani Harmer) in this swashbuckling, arrow-slinging, tights-wearing comedy adventure!


Russell Kane – Right Man, Wrong Age
Saturday 15th April 2017

In this brand new show, Russell Kane unleashes another blisteringly-funny, award-winning stand-up performance about growing up and growing down.


Roller Disco
Sunday 16th April 2017

Roll up, roll up and get your skates on, the Roller Planet roller disco is coming to Weymouth Pavilion! All ages welcome – great fun for all the family!


The WOW Show
Thursday 20th April 2017 to Saturday 22nd April 2017

A scintillating showcase of song and dance from WOW Youth Musical Theatre, the award-winning group renowned for its high quality productions.


David Bowie Night featuring Absolute Bowie
Saturday 22nd April 2017

Absolute Bowie takes you back to the era of Ziggy Stardust and the Thin White Duke, performing all the classic hits and favourite album tracks.


Weymouth Drama Club presents The Lady in the Van
Thursday 27th April 2017 to Saturday 29th April 2017

Alan Bennett draws from his memoirs to offer a dramatised account of the genteel vagrant, Miss Shepard, who parked her van in his driveway for fifteen years.


The Frank Sinatra Story
Sunday 30th April 2017

That’s Life is a brand new theatre production celebrating the life and music of one of the 20th centuries greatest icons, Frank Sinatra.