A vibrant selection of drama, dance, music, comedy and family entertainment is at the heart of Bury St Edmunds Theatre Royal’s new spring season.
With a wealth of drama, audiences can look forward to new writing such as spicy comedy Egusi Soup through to the classic Twelfth Night.
For the family, February half term and Easter holidays will be laden with Hansel and Gretal off the Sofa on rural tour, animals aplenty in Old MacDonald Had a Farm and the chance to meet and touch prehistoric predators at the Dinosaur Zoo.
The theatre also welcomes the Showstoppers Improvised Musical, Sounds of the Glenn Miller Era and Rising Damp.
For music, dance and cabaret enthusiasts, there is Tangomotion, Julie Madly Deeply, Jaleo Flamenco and Ruthie Henshall.
Karen Simpson, the theatre’s new director, said: “I want audiences to be enthralled by what they experience and eager to retutn again and again.”