It's that time again, where we gather our staff picks for the upcoming season. With Spring 2020 set to be another fantastic few months, we've included something for everyone, so take a look!
Now on last tickets, Spirit of the Dance (24 Jan) will be simply unmissable. With impeccable precision, energy and timing, the sell-out show was brilliant in 2019, and is highly anticipated amongst our team once again. Stage Door
Last week, the National Trust celebrated its 125th birthday, and what better way to celebrate than with The National Trust Fan Club (30 Jan)? We anticipate that this will be an excellent show, with reviewers likening the performance to Victoria Wood - an incredibly glowing recommendation! Senior Management
Basingstoke's own Adam Bayjou (1 Feb) will be doing a homecoming gig at The Haymarket early next month following remarkable West End success. It will be an evening of not only excellent music, but pride, as Adam encompasses the raw talent that Basingstoke holds. Front of House
Putting a spin on the ever-popular Haymarket murder mysteries, Murder, She Didn't Write: The Improvised Murder Mystery (5 Feb) is set to be simply brilliant - an interactive whodunnit that was effortlessly quick, clever and hilarious at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Plus, it's completely different every single time so it won't matter if you've seen it before! Marketing
If you're looking for an introduction into the world of opera, we can vouch that Madama Butterfly (22 Feb) is the perfect opportunity; so moving it even saw one of our team in tears! I.T.
Our resident folkie highly eagerly awaits The Trials of Cato (4 Mar), with "punk rockers of the folk world" sounding simply too good to miss. Finance
Simply put, The Thinking Drinkers (7 Mar) has humour, and it has complimentary drinks. What's not to like? Programming