Male impersonator, soubrette and headliner at all the major theatres, Nelly Power was a force to be reckoned with in an era before female emancipation. But life was not a bed of roses for our heroine; betrayed by unscrupulous men and usurped by the next teenage sensation, her end was both sad and premature. The “teenage sensation” was, of course, Marie Lloyd, the Queen of the Music Hall. Join us to view the social history of the 19th century through the subversive lens of music hall and the story of one amazing woman.
Date: June 05, 2021
Start time: 19:30
There is the opportunity to order home-made vegetable pre-show curry, served with naan bread and yoghurt or jacket potato with butter and grated cheese when you book your show tickets. Our home-made vegetable curry is both dairy and gluten free.
In addition, there is a licensed bar plus a full range of both hot and soft drinks and snacks.
Please note: hot food may not be available at all matinee performances.
Adult = 18 and over
Concs = 60 and over
Child = 16 and under
Family = 2 adults & 2 children
OTD = On The Door
Seating is provided.
Dogs on a lead and under your control are welcome in the venue. Please bring a poo bag and ask at the box office if an event contains any sudden or loud sound effects.
The Wellfields Car Park is off Alverton Road, next to the Tennis Club.