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  "COMEDY CLUB " LIVE July 23rd 7.30 pm
 PSYCHOBUNNY presents COMEDY CLUB at Spotlight Theatre.
 
Looking for something funny to do on a Tuesday in Bridlington?
 
 Prepare yourself for an evening of fun and laugh out loud comedy as our M.C. Rob Miles introduces 6 of the brightest and best Stand-Up Comedians from across Yorkshire and beyond.
 
Acts include Josh Sedman, winner of the prestigious Cat and Stick New Comedian of the
Year Award, the amazing Ishi ‘The funny” Khan and Headliner Jed Salisbury.
 
It promises to be an evening not to forget.
 
Explicit,adult material,not suitable for childrem, 18+ only
    Adult £12
  "WEST END TO BROADWAY" LIVE ...........August 1,8,15,16,22,23,29 September 5, 12, 19 7.30pm
If you love the musicals, then this show is especially for you..
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The members of Spotlight Theatre bring to the stage a spectacular, colourful and vibrant show
full of songs and routines from the Musicals.
 
Medleys from The Lion King, Beautiful the Musical, Jersey Boys and the newest of all musicals I should be so Lucky are featured ,plus solos and routines, all performed by our talented company.
 
Spend a lovely Summer evening being entertained ,and you will leave singing." I should be so Lucky"
 
 
    Adults £12 Under16s £8
   "Show Boat" -[Dementia Friendly FILM]  Monday 5th August1.30 pm
Spotlight presents this classic musical, on the big screen, in a dementia-friendly environment for people with that condition and their carers.
 
Starring Howard Keel and Ava Gardner and many more famous performers
 
Singalong to these iconic songs.Old Man River, Make Believe, Cant help lovin that man and many more.
 
Based on best practice recommendations, the lights will be on low throughout and the bar area will be available as a 'quiet zone' for anyone who needs a break
 
 During the interval, around half way through, tea and biscuits will be available.
 
Screenings start around 1.30 pm and end approximately at 4.45 pm 
      ADMISSION FREE
   Classic Musical -[Dementia Friendly FILM]  Monday 2nd September 1.30 pm
Spotlight presents a classic musical, on the big screen, in a dementia-friendly environment for people with that condition and their carers.
 
Based on best practice recommendations, the lights will be on low throughout and the bar area will be available as a 'quiet zone' for anyone who needs a break
 
During the interval, around half way through, tea and biscuits will be available.
 
Screenings start around 1.30 pm and end approximately at 4.45 pm 
 
The title will be announced nearer the time.
      ADMISSION FREE
   "Shakers Re-stirred " LIVE  October 22 - 26 7.30pm, 27 2.30pm
Shake up a hilarious cocktail of wit and satire with Shakers Re-stirred, the fast-paced play by John Godber and Jane Thornton, performed by Spotlight members.
 
Dive into the world of a trendy bar named Shakers, where four waitresses, Carol, Adele, Nicky, and Mel, serve up more than just cocktails.
 
This play takes you on a wild ride as they navigate the demanding (and sometimes disgusting) clientele, from rude drunks to condescending businessmen.
 
But Skakers Re-stirred isn't just about balancing trays and dodging spills. Through exhilarating scenes and witty dialogue, the play sheds light on the lives of these women, exploring their dreams, struggles, and the unbreakable bond of female friendship.
 
So, pull up a bar stool and prepare to be thoroughly entertained by this hysterical and in sightful play,directed by Shania Withey.
.ADULTS ONLY, CONTAINS STRONG LANGUAGE Adults £12
  "How to be Brave" LIVE November 10th 2.30pm
Other Lives Productions presents a true story written by Louise Beech.
 
In 1943 when Colin Armitage’s ship was torpedoed in the South Atlantic he scrambled aboard a
life raft, and, 50 days later HMS Rapid rescued him.
 
Colin was the grandfather of Louise Beech and, 64 years after his ordeal Louise’s daughter,
Katy, was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes.
 
In order to distract her during insulin injections Louise began to tell the story of Colin’s bravery and determination to survive.
 
She has said that Grandad Colin’s experience made her determined to carry on when she wanted to give up and die: If Grandad Colin can survive an ordeal like that, I can do anything. I can
do these injections. And she has never faltered.
 
The scenes alternate between the life raft and Katy’s house in Hull.
  Adults £12
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