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You’re Never Too Old – tour dates

You're never too old - Ggaham Cole

 

 

 

 

 

 

You’re Never Too Old Tour Dates

The Octagon, Yeovil (Friday 11th September – preview performance)

Chesterfield Pomegranate (17th-19th Sep)

Stockport Plaza (22nd-24th Sep)

The Grange Theatre, Northwich (Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th September)

Lowestoft Marina (1st-3rd Oct)

Towngate Theatre, Basildon (5th and 6th October)

Fairfield Halls, Croydon (7th October)

Derby Live Guildhall (20th and 21st October)
ON SALE SOON:
CAST, Doncaster; Key Theatre, Peterborough; Clwyd Theatr, Mold… Plus further dates to be announced!

You’re Never Too Old

You're never too oldHi everyone,

I’m pleased to announce that I’ll be starring in You’re Never Too Old along with Diane Keen, on tour in 2015. You can find out dates and venues on AB Productions website, Twitter page and Facebook page.

-Graham

White Christmas in Dominion Theatre, London

Hello everyone,
Exciting day today with the first two previews of Irving Berlin’s White Christmas in the Dominion Theatre, London!

Here are some photos from the production. You can get tickets here, and follow the show on Facebook here.

 

 

White Christmas – London 2014

Graham Cole White Christmas

Photo courtesy of Festival & Kings Theatres, Edinburgh https://www.flickr.com/people/festivalandkingstheatres

Hello everyone,

I’m happy to say that I’ll be reprising my role as General Waverly in Irving Berlin’s White Christmas at the Dominion Theatre in London, from 8th November 2014 – 3rd January 2015.

With Aled Jones, Tom Chambers, Wendi Peters, Rachel Stanley and Louise Bowden.

You can book tickets here: http://www.dominiontheatre.com/theatre/white-christmas/

White Christmas

whitechristmasHello Everyone,
I’m please to announce that I’ll be starring in the stage musical of “White Christmas” in the Festival Theatre in Edinburgh this Christmastime, from November 29th until January 4th.

Tickets are on sale now from 0131 529 6000 or online.

Click here to go to the Festival Theatre website.

 

Pre-order The Haunting of Harry Payne

Hello everyone,

You can now pre-order THE HAUNTING OF HARRY PAYNE on Amazon:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/The-Haunting-Harry-Payne-DVD/dp/B00CMSTJB4

Ex-London gangster Harry Payne retires to Norfolk to be close to his wife, driven mad when he was forced to kill his best friend, psychopathic gang boss Eugene McCann. Immediately he is drawn into a murder mystery in which an obsessive local police detective targets him as the killer. Unknown to anyone, Harry has psychic abilities he has always suppressed with alcohol. Now he must confront the supernatural and his own personal demons to save his wife and free the tormented souls of the ghosts that haunt him.

 

Aladdin

Graham Cole as Abanazar 2012Hello everyone,

I’m very excited to be appearing as Abanazar in ALADDIN at the Norwich Theatre Royal.  You can read more about it and book your tickets here: Norwich Theatre Royal website

I was interviewed by Norwich Evening News 24 and you read that here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Also, you can see a quick video about it:

 

 

Hope to see you there!

-Graham

Graham Cole Norwich Theatre Royal Aladdin 2012

Soap Opera out-takes

Here’s a quick video of out-takes from SOAP OPERA.

Soap Opera Gallery

Hello everyone,

I’m having a great time at rehearsals for Soap Opera! Here is a gallery of behind-the-scenes photos. Remember, you can still book you tickets here: http://www.soapoperatheplay.com/

Soap Opera

Hello everyone,

Just a quick update for you. I’m starring in a new play called SOAP OPERA, with Leslie Grantham. You can read all about it on the official website here.

 

Soap Opera Graham Cole 

Hollyenders Street has been on air for nearly twenty years, and viewing figures are the worst they’ve ever been, so a new, hard-nosed producer is brought in to mix things up, and save the show from being axed.

Characters are cut, stories are sexed up and new blood is brought in. Even the theme tune is rewritten. Just before the show’s 20th anniversary, somebody snaps. Blood is spilled, a body is discovered, and everyone has a motive.

The detective in charge of the investigation, who is a life-long fan of the show, arrives to solve the case.

Will the show be saved? Will the murderer be found? Will Detective Emmerside get a full set of autographs? The answer to all these questions and more is … probably.

 

 

 

It will tour the following (subject to change):

Woodville Gravesend 12-15 September; Wyvern Theatre Swindon 17-19 September; Hawth Theatre Crawley 20-22 September; Fairfield Halls Croydon 25-29 September; Beck Theatre Hayes 2-3 October; Pavilion Theatre Weymouth 6-7 October; Corn Exchange Newbury 8-11 October; Theatre Royal Margate 12-13 October; Civic Theatre Chelmsford 16-20 October; Key Theatre Peterborough 22-24 October; Princes Theatre Clacton-on-Sea 25-27 October; Stag Theatre Sevenoaks 29-31 October; The Playhouse Weston Super Mare 1-3 November; Alban Arena St Albans 5-7 November; White Rock Theatre Hastings 8-10 November.