THERE will be more than a touch of adventure at Leamington’s Spa Centre this spring.
Audiences can spend An Evening with explorer Levison Wood, who will be chatting about his travels, including his latest expedition which saw him walk the length of Central America from Mexico to Colombia – 1700 miles through some of the harshest jungles on earth.
And the centre will also be screening a collection of short films from the BANFF Mountain Film Festival following the expeditions of some of the world’s most incredible adventurers.
No less adventurous, The Circus of Horrors is back celebrating its 21st anniversary with an amalgamation of the bizarre and brave in an ‘Alice in Horror-land’ type story.
For light relief, veteran comedy duo Canon & Ball will be bringing a self-penned play to town. The Dressing Room, written by Bobby Ball, is set behind the scenes at a run-down theatre. Part play, part variety show, it finds Tommy and Bobby caught up in the crazy goings-on of compere Stu Francis and fellow comic Johnnie Casson.
Stand ups looking to raise a laugh include Justin Moorhouse, Miles Jupp, Jonathan Pie, Tiff Stevenson and Tony Law, while comedienne Ruby Wax presents her Mindfulness show for those frazzled by modern life.
Families can enjoy the return of CBeebies favourite and BAFTA award winning Justin Fletcher when he returns with ‘Justin’s Party’ a brand new show packed full of songs, dances and games, and comedians The Noise Next Door will be up to their trademark antics.
Also on the bill is everything from Psychic Sally returning to Strictly Come Dancing’s Pasha Kovalev dances the night away with guest dancers.
Visit www.royalspacentreandtownhall.co.uk for tickets and further details.