Impressive Autumn line-up at The Everyman Theatre

This Autumn there is an impressive array of productions and famous names at our wonderful Everyman Theatre here in Cheltenham making it a great choice for a theatre break in the run up to Christmas.

See a quick round-up of our highlights below:

 Wed 12th – Sat 15th September 2012
‘Relatively Speaking’ by Alan Ayckbourn – comedy starring Felicity Kendal and Kara Tointon
Mon 17th – Sat 22nd September 2012 ‘The Handyman’ by Ronald Harwood starring Timothy West and Caroline Langrishe
Sun 23rd September 2012 Comedian Al Murray brings his show ‘The Only Way is Epic’ to Cheltenham
Tues 30th October – Sat 3rd November 2012 ‘Steptoe and Son’ presented by the Kneehigh Theatre Company
Mon 18th – Sat 24th November 2012 ‘The Woman in Black’ – the acclaimed adaptation of Susan Hill’s novel
Fri 30th November – Sun 13th January 2013 Panto Season returns with The Everyman Theatre’s lively production of ‘Dick Whittington’


A full list of all upcoming productions at the Everyman Theatre can be found at

Cheltenham itself has something for everyone.  Spend a day looking around the beautiful Regency town or doing some early Christmas shopping from the large selection of boutiques and independent shops.  Alternatively, head out to explore some of the stunning Cotswold countryside and local attractions.  Then in the evening enjoy a wonderful meal from the huge range of restaurants available before taking in the show of your choice. Not forgetting our sophisticated night-life with stunning theatre performances all year round, there is never nothing to do.

In addition to a peaceful night’s sleep in one of our stylish rooms and a lovely home cooked breakfast the next morning, we can also provide pre-theatre drinks before you head out for the evening.

We pride ourselves in providing a truly personal service for our guests to ensure their visit to Cheltenham is as relaxing as possible.  Contact the team to find out more about arranging a weekend theatre break in Cheltenham this Autumn.


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