A New Season at Loughborough Town Hall

Loughborough Town Hall’s Spring season is packed with shows and performances for all tastes, as the Charnwood-based venue gears up for one of its busiest seasons ever.

Live music is at the heart of an exciting programme, with Spandau Ballet heart-throb Martin Kemp bringing his authentic ‘blast from the past’ 80s
DJ set to Loughborough, with all the hits from his favourite musical decade to dance the night away to.

Taking a musical theatre turn, join Brit Award winners Blake, as they come together to choose music from their favourite movies and musicals,
arranging them with their own exclusive harmonies. Songs from all the greats like Morricone, Barry and Bernstein feature in this
special evening.

Ross Edgley

Featuring expertise and insight from across a wide range of genres, the season is packed with fascinating talks, including historian Lucy Worsley; who will be lifting the lid on the often misunderstood Queen Victoria, Status Quo lead singer Francis Rossi sharing the extraordinary secrets of his 50-plus years in rock’n’roll and endurance athlete Ross Edgley; whose historic 2,000 mile swim around mainland Great Britain captured the nation’s interest. He reveals the physical and mental fitness secrets that allowed him to unlock his superhuman potential.

Ruby Wax
Credit – Steve Ullathorne

Rounding up this seasons talks, writer and comedian Ruby Wax brings her new How to be Human show to help you upgrade your mind as much as you’ve upgraded your iPhone. The follow-up to Ruby’s sell out shows Sane New World and Frazzled, Ruby has a little help from monk Gelong Thubten, who explains how the mind works, and neuroscientist Ash Ranpura, who explains where everything that makes us ‘us’ can be found in the brain.

The Spring comedy season kicks off with the self-dubbed “Lie- In King” and “one of comedy’s hottest properties” (Evening Standard) as Seann Walsh brings his new national tour to Loughborough, followed by Taskmaster alumni Mark Watson, as he brings his usual notoriously
high joke-and-rant-per-minute rate to a live audience.

For more information on other performances and to book tickets, visit loughboroughtownhall.co.uk or call our Box Office on 01509 231914.
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