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Adam Summerhayes returns to Middlesbrough with his superb orchestra for the third time for what promises to be another great evening.

As well wonderful waltzes such as The Blue Danube, The Skater’s Waltz and Waltz of the Flowers, there will be lively numbers such as Brahms’ Hungarian Dance and Strauss’ Radetzky March.

This year, international soprano Ana Maria Rincon will combine her beautiful voice with Adam’s violin in the Flower Duet from Lakme by Delibes, as well as enchanting listeners with Franck’s Panis Angelicus and Handel’s Lascia ch’io pianga.

Astonishing, all-out virtuosity on violin by Adam Summerhayes’  –  New York Times

Tickets £19.50 (Including booking fee)

Middlesbrough Theatre

Middlesbrough Theatre has quite a remarkable history. From it's conception in the late 1920's to its opening as the first architect-designed theatre to be built after the Second World War - it is the result of a 27-year dream and the unswerving dedication of theatre lovers in Middlesbrough.

Middlesbrough Theatre has an intimacy that belies its 486 seat capacity. A winning combination that has enabled the theatre to play host to a wide variety of performances from big bands and stand-up comedy to full-scale amateur musicals and Indian dance.

Middlesbrough Theatre continues to serve its community hosting performances from leading actors and renowned companies as well as by providing first class facilities to local amateur operatic and dramatic societies as well as young students from local dance schools and performing arts colleges.


Box Office Opening times

Monday 10am-6pm
Tuesday 10am-6pm
Wednesday 10am-6pm
Thursday 10am-6pm
Friday 10am-6pm
Saturday 10am-3pm
Sunday Closed

On performance days, we re-open for telephone bookings at 6pm (1 1/2 hours before curtain-up on Sundays) and 3/4 hour before curtain-up for personal callers and stay open until 9pm. 01642 81 51 81


Access

The Theatre can accommodate up to six wheelchairs per performance, one free ticket will be issued for each companion. We regret that access to the bar is via stairs: drinks may be ordered and collected from the ground floor kiosk.

An infra-red system is available for the hard of hearing using discreet headsets, which are available from the box office.

Please let us know your requirements at the time of booking to ensure you have a comfortable visit.