Situated in the centre of Christchurch High Street, the Regent Centre is the cinema, Theatre, concert Hall, art Gallery and entertainment centre that serves Christchurch, Dorset and the surrounding area.
Follow the incredible journey of music legend and Queen frontman, Freddie Murcury in this whirlwhind tale, featuring the recording of iconic anthem Bohemian Rhapsody, the band's historic performance at Live Aid and the highs and lows of the Freddie and the Band's life off the stage.
Tickets: Stalls: £6.50, Concs £6, Child (U16) £5.50. Circle £7, Concs £6.50, Child (U16) £6
11:00 am; 3rd, 5th, 6th December
2:30 pm; 1st, 5th December
7:30pm; 1st, 4th, 5th December
Starring Ralph Fiennes and Sophie Okonedo, this Simon Godwin directed productin of Shakespeare's classic, Antony and Cleopatra will be broadcast live from the National Theatre for your viewing pleasure. The stroy follows Roman general Mark Antony, Queen Cleotpatra of Egypt and their passionate political love affair.
Tickets: £13, Concessions £12
When: Thursday 6th December; 7:00pm
Barry Steele takes on the role of Roy Orbison, to tell the story of one of the most distinctive perfomers in modern music. The production showcases many hits from Orbison and other contemporaries, as well as some never before sung material by Orbison. It promises to be a great shows, off the back of great reviews of Steele's portrayal of Orbison.
When: Friday 7th December; 7:30 pm
Ginger Boy productions present an hour-long modern musical play based on the Disney film and J.M Barrie play, Peter Pan, the classic tale of the boy who refused to grow up. The show is an education initiative, free of charge for 145 young people, involving help from top specialists in the theatre industry. It promises to be a very special performance.
Tickets: £13; Family Ticket - £45 (2 adults, 2 children); call 01202 499199 to book
When: 5:30 pm; 12th - 14th December
7:30 pm; 11-14th December
Saturday 15th December; 10:30 am and 2:30 pm
Come and see this live broadcast of Verdi's timeless opera, La Traviata, a tragic story about a scandalous love affair between pure-hearted Alfredo and worldly courtesan, Violetta.
Tickets: £22, Concessions £20
When: Saturday 15th December 5:55 pm
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