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Evening of Magic and Comedy at the Rhodes Theatre this weekend

FOR one night only on Saturday 28th May award-winning magician Martin Cox: Member of the Inner Magic Circle, brings his unique comedy style to Rhodes in Stortford for an intimate show that is full of laughs.

Tribute to Karen Carpenter coming to Rhodes Theatre

THIS May, join in a celebration of the Carpenters music and the spirit of Karen Carpenter at the Rhodes Arts Complex. Karen Carpenter had a unique voice, so unique in fact that it has proven almost impossible to duplicate. Its deep smoky emotional edge creating that memorable sound.

Get ready for The Stones to start you up at the Rhodes Theatre

COME along for night of classic rock and roll on Friday 27th May as The Stones bring you all of the excitement of a Rolling Stones concert, with a frontman who is the spitting image of the legendary performer Mick Jagger.

Rhodes Family Fun This Half Term

LOOKING for something to keep the kids entertained this Half Term? Look no further than Rhodes!

Supreme Queen is coming to town!

THIS May, make sure you are ready to welcome Supreme Queen to the Rhodes Arts Complex for a night you won’t forget! Supreme Queen have been paying homage to the world’s most theatrical and dramatic Rock band, Queen for over 20 years, and in that time have had a huge impact on audiences across the UK, Europe and Asia.
 

Nights on Broadway set for the Rhodes Theatre

NIGHTS On Broadway present a tribute to the Bee Gees through a fantastic live concert, featuring the Gibb Brothers incredible songs, from over four decades, from the 60s to the 90s.

Film season at Rhodes…

DID you miss some of the blockbuster films at your usual cinema? Then come along to the cinema at Rhodes where you can enjoy a drink and some nibbles in our Theatre Lounge before settling down to watch the film.

Buddy Holly coming to the Rhodes

THIS breathtaking show has rock ’n’ rolled audiences across the globe from Cardiff to California, Barking to Bangkok and Swindon to Sweden and is guaranteed to have everyone singing along to the music and dancing in the aisles. 

Tribute to Cliff Richard set for The Rhodes

A TRIBUTE To Cliff Richard and The Shadows:
On the 15th April, Jimmy Jemain, the firmly established No. 1 Cliff Richard look and soundalike comes to Rhodes. The image is so close that people have been known to think that Jimmy mimes, but make no mistake, every song is live and sung to perfection.

Order and chaos coming to the Rhodes

It is the fourth biennial selected exhibition by members of the Eastern region Textile forum. The work was selected by internationally acclaimed Weaver and experienced curator, Heidi Lichterman, through a Royal Academy Summer exhibition style process which left some artists delighted and others disappointed. However the resulting exhibition will be well worth a visit.

Broadway returns to Bishops Stortford

IMAGINE all of your favourite musical theatre songs in one great evening’s entertainment. That’s what you’ll find when Clearer Productions return to the Rhodes Arts Complex on Saturday 9th April 2016 with “Broadway and Beyond – The Magic Lives On”.

Vamos to being their mask theatre to the Rhodes

VAMOS Theatre, the UK’s leading full mask theatre company, is bringing its latest national touring production to Bishop’s Stortford.

Legendary sax player, Snake Davis set for the Rhodes

JOINED by Gareth Moulton (Cutting Crew) on vocals, Snake Davis and his band give us over 20 classics, including Baker Street, Careless Whisper, Still Crazy after all these Years, Respect, Yakety Yak, and his own solos from Million Love Songs, Moving on Up, Sear

Sands could be shifting at Rhodes

AN acclaimed company, Shifting Sands Theatre is re-telling the Arabian Nights tales with a comic twist at the Rhodes Art Centre on Friday 4th March at 8pm

MAD Steve Parrish coming to the Rhodes

BBC commentator, ex motorcycle & truck racer and the eternal practical joker, Steve Parrish, will be coming to Bishop’s Stortford this February to continue his already successful MAD Tour (My Adolescent Dad), giving more people a chance to enjoy an evening of funny stories, moving tales and his passion for living life to the full!

Koalas come to the Rhodes

WRITTEN especially for parents to enjoy with their children, How The Koala Learnt To Hug is a charming, tale about the magic of family and, of course, the importance of a nice warm hug!

The show is based on the title story from How The Koala Learnt To Hug and Other Australian Fairytales, a beautiful collection of ten tales by popular children’s author Steven Lee. It is on tour again in 2015 to celebrate its fifth anniversary

Crocodile Mock is coming to the Rhodes

THIS January, Rhodes Arts Complex are pleased to welcome back a tribute to Sir Elton John; Crocodile Mock.

Tartan at the ready, Bay City Rollers are coming to Bishop’s Stortford!

POPULAR Scottish 70’s band, Bay City Rollers, are coming to the Rhodes Centre in Bishops Stortford on 26th November.

I believe in Unicorns: A Michael Morpurgo classic comes to the Rhodes Centre

ON 22nd NOVEMBER, the enchanting and interactive production of Michael Morpurgo’s I Believe in Unicorns will be sparking imagination in both the young and old at the Rhodes centre in Bishop’s Stortford.

Pirates are coming to the Rhodes!

Gilbert and Sullivan’s most popular show, The Pirates of Penzance, is a rollicking, delightfully funny musical tale of a band of soft-tempered pirates. Mistakenly apprenticed to a pirate (instead of a pilot)

Looking for some family fun this November?

I Believe in Unicorns is on Sunday 22nd November at 2pm. Tickets cost £14/ £12 concs and £48 Family.
To Book tickets call our Box Office on 01279 710 200 or go online at www.rhodesbishopsstortford.org.uk

A Giant Pantomime for the Whole Family at the Rhodes

CHRISTMAS just wouldn’t be Christmas without a family trip to your local theatre and nobody does traditional pantomime better than Rhodes! The team that have brought you critically acclaimed productions of all the great festive tales will this year take you to new heights with the story of the young boy who swapped his cow or a bag of magic beans and ended up with a whole lot more than he bargained for!

Jo Harman set to play at Rhodes

RECENTLY voted ‘Female Vocalist of the Year’ at the British Blues Awards, Jo Harman plays at the Rhodes Arts Complex in the 24th October 2015 as part of her UK Autumn Tour, with support from Stortford’s own Derosa music teacher, Steve Young.

What’s coming up this half term at the Rhodes Theatre

IF you are already wondering what to do with the children this October half term, take a look at what Rhodes has to offer.

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