Welcome To Bradford Theatres And A Blooming Good Summer Season Of Live Entertainment!


June

NABBA Britain Finals 2022 – Organised by the National Amateur Bodybuilding Association – Saturday 4 June 10am – 7.30pm, St George’s Hall
Juliette Burton – No Brainer – Saturday 4 June 8pm, The Studio. Age guidance 14+
Sajjad Ali UK Tour 2022 – Along with Aima Baig and the Leo Twins – Sunday 5 June 6.30pm
Bat Out of Hell – Tuesday 7 – Saturday 11 June, Alhambra Theatre
Captioned: Fri 10 Jun 8pm, Audio Described: Sat 11 Jun 2.30pm
Bringing to life the legendary anthems of Jim Steinman & Meat Loaf, this critically-acclaimed production uniquely combines the magic and excitement of a musical with the immense energy of rock ‘n’ roll.
An Evening with Dame Sheila Hancock – Monday 6 June 7.30pm, King’s Hall Ilkley
Patrick Monahan – Started At The Bottom, Now I’m Here – Friday 10 June 8pm, The Studio. Age guidance
14+
The Comedy Store – Friday 10 June 8pm, King’s Hall Ilkley. Age guidance 18+
Chris McCausland – Speaky Blinder – Saturday 11 June 5pm & 8pm, The Studio. Age guidance 16+
The Who Story with The Goldhawks – Saturday 11 June 7.30pm, St George’s Hall
The James Bond Concert Spectacular – Sunday 12 June 7.30pm, St George’s Hall
The Greatest Hits of Foster and Allen – Wednesday 15 June 7.30pm, King’s Hall Ilkley
Featuring Tony Allen and special guests.
The Johnny Cash Roadshow – Friday 17 June 7.30pm, King’s Hall Ilkley

Henning Wehn – It’ll All Come Out in the Wash – Saturday 18 June 8pm, St George’s Hall. Age guidance 14+
Footloose – Monday 20 – Saturday 25 June, Alhambra Theatre
Signed: Fri 24 Jun 7.30pm, Audio Described: Sat 25 Jun 2.30pm
Footloose is back and better than ever with the incredible Jake Quickenden as loveable cowboy Willard and the legendary Darren Day as Reverend Moore. With cutting edge modern choreography, you’ll enjoy classic 80s hits including Holding Out For A Hero, Almost Paradise, Let’s Hear It For The Boy and of course the unforgettable title track, Footloose. Recommended age 8+ Some mild swearing – children over 8 can attend at parents’ discretion
Rumours of Fleetwood Mac Live in Concert 2022 – Monday 20 June 7.30pm, St George’s Hall
Go Now! The Music of The Moody Blues – Thursday 23 June 7.30pm, King’s Hall Ilkley
Here Come The Boys – Thursday 23 June 7.30pm, St George’s Hall
Join Graziano, Nadiya, Pasha, Karim and Nikita, alongside a cutting-edge soundtrack of dance-floor anthems, club classics and guilty pleasures, in this show-stopping dance extravaganza, which promises to be the biggest party of the year!
The Real Thing – Friday 24 June 7.30pm, King’s Hall Ilkley
Dreamboats & Petticoats Bringing On Back the Good Times! – Monday 27 June – Saturday 2 July, Alhambra Theatre
Signed: Fri 1 Jul 7.30pm, Audio Described: Sat 2 Jul 2.30pm
Special guest star Mark Wynter joins the cast in this feel-good show inspired by the latest release in the series of smash-hit, multi-million selling Dreamboats & Petticoats albums.
Bradford Literature Festival – Friday 24 June – Sunday 3 July, Various locations including St George’s Hall & The Studio
Bradford Literature Festival is an annual arts event and year-round cultural outreach programme that hosts respected authors, poets, speakers, musicians and artists from Bradford, the UK and around the world


July

One Night of Queen with Gary Mullen and The Works – Friday 8 July 7.30pm, St George’s Hall
Something About George – The George Harrison Story – Friday 8 July 7.30pm, King’s Hall Ilkley
A Brass Band Spectacular – Saturday 9 July 7.30pm, St George’s Hall
Join the world-famous Brighouse & Rastrick Band alongside local favourites, City of Bradford Band in a spectacular evening of brass entertainment.
Race Chaser Live featuring Alaska 5000 and Willam – Tuesday 12 July 7pm, St George’s Hall
Race Chaser Live with Alaska and Willam brings the hit drag podcast to the stage, live and in person. Pull off those headphones and grab a ticket for this amazing show. It’s way more than just a podcast recording.
Only Yorkshire date! Age guidance 14+ Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.
Singin’ in the Rain – Monday 11 – Saturday 16 July, Alhambra Theatre
Signed: Thu 14 Jul 7.30pm, Captioned: Fri 15 Jul 7.30pm, Audio Described: Sat 16 Jul 2.30pm
A smash-hit at Chichester Festival Theatre and in the West End, Jonathan Church’s critically acclaimed production of Singin’ in the Rain is back to make a splash in 2022!
Billionaire Boy – Wednesday 20 – Saturday 23 July, Alhambra Theatre
Signed: Sat 23 Jul 2.30pm
From the award-winning West End producers of Gangsta Granny and Awful Auntie comes this amazing new production of David Walliams’ best-selling story! Suitable for children aged 5 to 13 years.
Story of Soul 2022 – Saturday 16 July 7.30pm, St George’s Hall
Footsteps Theatre School presents Wonderland – Friday 22 & Saturday 23 July, St George’ Hall
Burn the Floor The Reunion – Wednesday 20 July 7.30pm, St George’s Hall
The Reunion features some of the most celebrated alumni of Burn The Floor including Strictly Come Dancing’s Aljaz Skorjanec, Kevin Clifton, Janette Manrara, Karen Hauer, Dianne Buswell, Joanne Clifton, Luba Mushtuk, Kai Widdrington and Robin Windsor. Age guidance 8+

Image by Matt Crockett

Waitress – Monday 25 – Saturday 30 July, Alhambra Theatre
Signed: Thu 28 Jul 7.30pm, Captioned: Fri 29 Jul 7.30pm, Audio Described: Sat 30 Jul 2.30pm
‘Treat yourself to a slice of five-star musical pie’ (The Times) as Chelsea Halfpenny (9 to 5, BBC’s Casualty, ITV’s Emmerdale) stars as Jenna in the hit musical comedy Waitress.
Hasbro Stars Live on Stage! – Wednesday 27 July 12 noon & 3.30pm, St George’s Hall
For the first time together, we will see amazing music performances from your favourite TV Heroes! Ben and Holly, PJ Masks, My Little Pony and hosts Mr & Mrs Potato Head.
Housewives On Holiday – Thursday 28 July 7.30pm, St George’s Hall
Ministry of Science Live! – Friday 29 July 3pm, St George’s Hall
A Country Night in Nashville with Dominic Halpin & The Hurricanes – Saturday 30 July 7.30pm, St George’s Hall
The Official RuPaul’s Drag Race UK Series Three Tour – Wednesday 31 August 8pm, St George’s Hall