Events at Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds
Dinosaur Zoo, 1 - 2 April
Direct from the West End, Dinosaur Zoo brings these awesome prehistoric creatures to the stage as you’ve never seen them before! From cute baby dinos to teeth-gnashing giants, observe and interact with these extraordinary life-like dinosaurs in this imaginative and hilarious live show.
Twelfth Night, 18 - 22 March
Two worlds collide in Filter’s explosive new take on Shakespeare’s lyrical Twelfth Night. Olivia’s melancholic, puritanical household clashes head on with Sir Toby’s insatiable appetite for drunken debauchery. Orsino’s relentless pursuit of Olivia and Malvolio’s extraordinary transformation typify the madness of love in Illyria...
Stage to Stage Sponsored Walk
Early on Friday 28 March, at London’s Globe Theatre, we will wave off an energetic group undertaking a 78 mile sponsored walk to raise funds for the Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds.
Our target is to raise an ambitious £10,000 for this challenging event - a distance of three marathons!
This May Hurt A Bit, 6 - 15 March
In 2006, theatre director Max Stafford-Clark had a major stroke and spent the next 6 months in hospital. The experience inspired his wife, the acclaimed playwright Stella Feehily, to begin this play.
A world premiere at the Theatre Royal prior to its West End run.
‘It would be a great reform in politics if wisdom could be made to spread as easily and rapidly as folly' Winston Churchill
Birdsong, 22 - 26 April
A mesmerising story of love and courage. Set both before and during the Great War, performed by a large ensemble company including Olivier nominated actor and former Blue Peter presenter Peter Duncan and Hollyoaks' Jonny Clarke. Here is your chance to experience this stunning piece of theatre, live on stage.
She Stoops to Conquer, 13 - 17 May
With mayhem and merriment, this classic comedy by Oliver Goldsmith revels in the mistakes and misunderstandings that come together to create a heart-warming, hilarious evening.
This is Creative Cow’s second visit to the Theatre Royal following their production of Charley’s Aunt.
Rising Damp, 27 - 31 May
ITV’s top comedy of all time, Rising Damp, comes to the stage in a brand-new production from the Comedy Theatre Company. An un-named northern university town is home to Rupert Rigsby, landlord of arguably the seediest, most run-down boarding house that England has to offer.
Cinderella, 28 Nov 2014 - 11 Jan 2015
A traditional family pantomime for all ages...
‘A delight from start to finish’ The Stage on Rapunzel and The Rascal Prince