Joe Pasquale - CANCELLED
Friday 31st July 2020 - Theatre

Joe has spent the last year in the wilderness becoming at one with nature; he has wrestled with bears, danced with wolves and played buckaroo with a badger...

Pirates of the Pavilion - GROWN UPS ONLY! Adult Night
Wednesday 12th August 2020 - Theatre

Have you ever watched a pantomime and wondered what mischief the cast would get up to if there weren’t children in the audience? Now’s your chance to find out!

Funny Girls
Wednesday 9th September 2020 - Theatre

For classic & modern entertainment with a twist, there is no show in the world that glorifies first class entertainment quite like the world famous Funny Girls.

Sunday Night Comedy with Lou Sanders
Sunday 13th September 2020 - Theatre

Join us for our next comedy night, headlined by the hilarious Lou Sanders! Hosted by regular MC Tom Glover, with two support acts to be announced.

Jimmy Carr - Terribly Funny
Monday 28th September 2020 - Theatre

Jimmy’s brand new show contains jokes about all kinds of terrible things. But they’re just jokes - they are not the terrible things...

Rhod Gilbert - The Book of John
Thursday 8th October 2020 - Theatre

It has been a while, but the multi-award-winning Welsh comedian is back, with a brand new live show.

Milton Jones in Milton: Impossible
Sunday 15th November 2020 - Theatre

One man. One Mission. Is it possible? No, not really. Him with the shirts from Mock the Week, Live at the Apollo and Radio 4.

Aladdin - Grown Ups Only! Adult Panto
Saturday 2nd January 2021 - Theatre

Due to overwhelming demand, we are devilishly delighted to bring back our Adult Panto Night during the run of this year’s Christmas Pantomime ALADDIN!

Dad's Army on Stage
Thursday 25th March 2021 - Theatre

Three wonderful episodes, more side-splitting comedy and a nostalgic finale to boot! - This huge BOX OFFICE HIT is simply UNMISSABLE.

The Hound of the Baskervilles
Thursday 22nd April 2021 - Theatre

Weymouth Drama Club present The Hound of the Baskervilles; a spoof adaptation of Conan Doyle’s masterpiece by Steven Canny and John Nicholson.