Tyne Theatre and Opera House reveal exciting shows coming soon - including McFly’s Tom Fletcher monster show

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The Newcastle theatre has announced exciting shows performing in the venue soon.

Tyne Theatre and Opera House has unveiled an exciting line-up of brand-new shows heading to their Newcastle theatre venue very soon.

The theatre, which is located on Westgate Road, is known for its diverse range of entertainment, from tribute acts, comedy, talks, children’s shows, and much more. 

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Tyne Theatre and Opera House has announced four very different shows, which will perform at the venue soon. 

Find out what is coming up at the Tyne Theatre and Opera House.

There’s a Monster In Your Show

Tuesday, May 14 and Wednesday May 15

There’s a Monster In Your Show is a brand-new interactive musical show for children, created by McFly singer Tom Fletcher. The show is based on the bestselling book There’s a Monster In Your Book, as the favourite characters from the book including Little Monster take to the stage for chaos and comedy.

Tom Fletcher said: “I’m so excited to see There’s a Monster In Your Book come to life on stage! The whole journey is incredibly exciting and I can’t wait to get to rehearsals to meet the puppets. Theatre is such an important way to introduce children to the arts and ‘There’s a Monster In Your Show’ is the perfect first theatre trip for preschoolers and their families. I’m so looking forward to seeing their reactions first-hand.”

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The Witching Hour

Friday, May 31 and Saturday, June 1

The Witching Hour is a critically acclaimed ghost play created by James Williams. Inspired by the witch trials of the 17th century, the show will bring real life horror to the stage. The cast includes; Jessica Porter, Saul Bache, Mark Kitto and Eleanor May Blackburn. 

Theatre Director Joanne Johnson said: “We’re excited that James Willams’ horror tale is coming to our theatre, following previous performances of The Wicked Lady last year. We’re always adding diversity into our events line-up, and horror fans are sure to love this electrifying production.”

John Barrowman: Laid Bare

Wednesday, November 20

John Barrowman is heading to Newcastle to perform his newest show Laid Bare. The renowned singer and actor will perform an extravaganza show combining music and storytelling. 

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John Barrowman said: “I can’t wait to get on the road and perform for my fan family and all the new faces around the country who will get to know me better as I get back to my roots and celebrate my journey, tell my stories and clear the air as I am Laid Bare for everyone to enjoy.”

There's A Monster In Your Show by Tom Fletcher will perform at the Tyne Theatre and Opera House.There's A Monster In Your Show by Tom Fletcher will perform at the Tyne Theatre and Opera House.
There's A Monster In Your Show by Tom Fletcher will perform at the Tyne Theatre and Opera House. | Tyne Theatre and Opera House

Steve Steinman's Eternal Love: The Musical

Friday, April 11 and Saturday April 12

Steve Steinman will be taking to the stage to celebrate 22 years of his Vampires Rock chronicles. The brand-new original rock musical Eternal Love is the third instalment of the Vampires Rock trilogy, and will see a cast of 20 talented individuals perform an original score featuring rock chart-toppers.

Steve Steinman said: “Theatregoers across the UK will be the first to experience the rarity of a brand-new, original pop rock musical. For very many musical theatre enthusiasts, it will truly be a first. Featuring West End production values, Eternal Love: The Musical will equally delight both true fans of musical theatre and music lovers who may not have never considered attending a musical before.”

For more information and to book, please visit the Tyne Theatre and Opera House website.

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