“A show that has legs and deserves to run.”
“A piece packed with fun, exuberant musical numbers, amusingly irreverent performances and inventive theatricality.”
Buddy - Tickets on sale now ! Seen by over 22 Million people. Buddy the Musical is coming to the Queen's Theatre - Seen by over 22 Million People Worldwide. Find out more
SEEN BY OVER 22 MILLION PEOPLE WORLDWIDE This sensational multi award-winning West End show first opened in 1989 and has been thrilling audiences around the world ever since. Now it triumphantly visits the Queens Theatre , Barnstaple as part of its 2023 UK Tour.
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BSL Signed Performance – Sat 18th November @ 14:30hrs.
“A show that has legs and deserves to run.”The Reviews Hub
“A piece packed with fun, exuberant musical numbers, amusingly irreverent performances and inventive theatricality.”The Guardian
North Devon's biggest and brightest pantomime is back in 2023. The Queen’s Theatre brings you a dream of a panto – Sleeping Beauty! Let us take you to a land far, far away. A land of Enchanted Castles, Handsome Princes, Wicked Fairies and Fire Breathing Dragons. A magical tale where dreams really do come true, but there is nothing sleepy about this panto as you will be laughing all the way to a happy ever after.
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