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Indian dance spectacular

1. Dance Spectacular

Musical dance spectacular, Indika, arrives at Doncaster’s Cast theatre tomorrow for a one week run.

Indika, told in English, a colourful show brings together a vibrant, foot tapping, high energy Indian spectacle that promises to be a feast for the senses.

Featuring finalists from India’s Dancing Superstar and India’s Got Talent - the best the country has to offer will be delivering the fusion of Indian dance and western theatre to the highest standard.

Its creative mission is to inspire audiences through Indian dance forms whilst sparking curiosity and educating visitors of the 5,000 year history of the country.

Cast theatre, Waterdale, Doncaster

WHEN: Runs from September 26 and October 3

HOW MUCH: Tickets cost £20.50

CONTACT: Call the box office on 01302 303959

2 Tribute Fun

A selection of the best tribute acts the country has to offer are set to perform at The Dome this weekend as part of a family fun festival.

Tribute artists performing music from Bon Jovi, Katy Perry, Abba and Pink are all set to take the stage.

This event looks set to be a treat for old and young music fans alike.

WHERE: The Dome, Lakeside, Doncaster

WHEN: Sunday, September 28, from 2pm

HOW MUCH: Tickets cost £10

CONTACT: To book please call the box office on 01302 303959

3 Time Gentlemen Please

Britain’s favourite publican Al Murray, The Pub Landlord, is celebrating 20 years in comedy with a new tour, which arrives in the region this week.

Once a humble publican, the multi-award winning Al Murray – The Pub Landlord - has risen to the honourable position of British comedy royalty, following the continuing success of his hit prime time ITV1 show Happy Hour and A Second Audience With Al Murray The Pub Landlord

Murray’s One Man, One Guvnor tour will mark his 20 years at the lager top and is set to be one of his most hilarious shows to date.

WHERE: Leeds Varieties Music Hall

WHEN: Friday, September 28 from 7.30pm

HOW MUCH: Tickets from £26.10

CONTACT: Call the box office on 0113 243 0808

4 Bridge over Troubles Lager

After last year’s Edinburgh Fringe success, Rory McGrath and Philip Pope, are back on the road again with their latest tour which stops off in Rotherham today.

Both well-known individually for their roles and appearances in TV shows such as They Think It’s All Over, Three Men in a Boat, Blackadder and Only Fools and Horses, Rory and Phil join forces and use their many talents to put together a show, entitled Bridge Over Troubled Lager, which is sure to have you laughing and singing hits from the 60s.

WHERE: Rotherham Civic Theatre

WHEN: Thursday, September 25, from 7.30pm

HOW MUCH: Tickets cost £16

CONTACT: Call the box office on 01709 823621

5 Children’s Story Comes To Life

Don’t miss Tall Stories’ hit musical stage adaptation of the award winning picture book, The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler.

Meet a wheeler-dealer fox, an eccentric old owl and a maraca-shaking, party mad snake. Mouse can scare these hungry animals away with tall stories of the terrifying Gruffalo, but what happens when he comes face to face with the very creature he imagined?

WHERE: Baths Hall, Scunthorpe

WHEN: Sunday, September 28 and Monday, September 29

HOW MUCH: Tickets cost £11

CONTACT: Call 0844 854 2776