We think it’s time you meet a cast member! Check out this Q and A with our very own Hospital Ghost Neil Taverner! Ghost the Musical – Gaiety Theatre 28th March to 4th April 2020 TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW
Tickets are now on sale at the Villa/gaiety website and welcome centre!! To book you can follow the link below. Only 7 performances from the 28th March 2020 to 4th April 2020 so get your tickets early. 👻🎃 BOOK GHOST TICKETS
3 Days to go!!! When would be the best time for Ghost the Musical tickets to go on sale? Well how about the most Ghostly night of the year! 🎃👻🎼🎭 Yes that’s right! Tickets for Ghost will be available from villagaiety.com on the 31st October! Only 7 performances 28th March 2020 to 4th April 2020…
Jeremy Tustin, director of Les Miserables, dreams a dream Les Miserables, one of the longest-running musicals of all time, returns to the Gaiety Theatre stage this weekend. Produced by the Manx Operatic Society, and complete with a stunning new production, the epic tale of an ex-convict in search of redemption in revolutionary France features…
Les Miserables is coming to the Gaiety Three of the stars of the Manx Operatic Society’s production of Les Miserables; Mark, Nicola and Kristene, join Alex to discuss the behind the scenes secrets of the show and what audiences can expect when it opens on Saturday.
Only one week to go now, getting very excited, the costumes look amazing & the set/lights/sound all arrived today… can’t wait for opening night…. 🎶🎭 The Manx Operatic Society are thrilled to bring their version of Cameron Mackintosh’s legendary production Les Misérables, back to the Gaiety Theatre. Commonly known as Les Mis, this musical is…
⭐WIN 2 TICKETS TO LES MISERABLES AT THE GAIETY THEATRE ⭐ – Simon, our founder and CEO, has 4 extra tickets for Les Misérables that he can no longer use. He doesn’t want them to go to waste so we’re giving them away! – You could win one of two sets of tickets for premium…
The 12th Principal of Christmas – Alex Toohey will be playing the role of ‘Jean Valjean’, 2nd to 16th March 2019 (excluding matinee’s)
The 11th Principal of Christmas – David Artus will be playing the role of ‘Javert’, 2nd to 16th March 2019
The 10th Principal of Christmas – Kristine Sutcliffe will be playing the role of ‘Fantine’, 2nd to 16th March 2019 (excluding matinees)
The 9th Principal’s of Christmas – Jack Munro will be playing the role of ‘Marius’ and Hannah Clinton will be playing the role of ‘Cossete’, 2nd to 16th March 2019
The 8th Principal of Christmas – Dandi Dancox will be playing the role of ‘Eponine’, 2nd to 16th March 2019
The 7th Principal’s of Christmas – Mark Dougherty and Nikki Openshaw will be playing the roles of ‘Monsieur and Madame Thernardier’, 2nd to 16th March 2019
The 6th Principal of Christmas – David Lyons will be playing the role of ‘Enjolras’, 2nd to 16th March 2019 (excluding matinee’s)
The 5th Principal’s of Christmas – Cory Corkill and Thomas Knop will be playing the role of ‘Gavroche’, 2nd to 16th March 2019
The 4th Principal of Christmas – Jonathan Sleight will be playing the role of ‘Jean Valjean’ in matinee’s on Saturday 9th and 16th March 2019
The 3rd Principal’s of Christmas – Aeryn Breed and Maddie Wood will be playing the role of ‘Little Cossete’ and Beth Williams and Alexis Wilson will be playing the role of ‘Little Eponine’, 2nd to 16th March 2019
The 2nd Principal of Christmas – Susan Tummon will be playing the role of ‘Fantine’ in matinee’s on Saturday 9th and 16th March 2019
The 1st Principal of Christmas – Joey Wylde will be playing the role of ‘Enjolras’ in matinee’s on Saturday 9th and 16th March 2019
We talk to Kristine Sutcliffe and David Artus from the Manx Operatic Society ahead of the return of Les Misérables to the Gaiety stage next year. Isle of Man TV
Tickets on sale now, book your tickets today from VillaGaiety.
Due to popular demand the Amphitheatre is open for tonight & our final performance tomorrow. Don’t miss out on this amazing show. Tickets from VillaGaiety
Director Anthony Williams and leading lady Kathryn Toohey talk about the new Manx Operatic Society production of Chess which opens at the Gaiety Theatre on Saturday.
Isle of Man TV Published on 13 Apr 2018 A drop into the rehearsal room of the Manx Operatic Society to see how this years production, Chess, is coming along before opening at the Gaiety theatre later this month.
No Chess tournament would be possible without The Arbiter’s beady eyes over the game. Alice Quayle plays the no-nonsense referee, for whom the game is always greater than its players.
Having played Ivan Molokov in the MOS 2000 production of ‘Chess’, Phil Bird has now defected to the USA this time around to appear as the calculating capitalist, Walter de Courcey.
Sarah Elder plays Svetlana Sergievskaya – Anatoly’s estranged wife, abandoned in his quest to be champion and back to remind him of all he has left behind.
Michael Bonner is the meddling Ivan Molokov, the Head of the Russian Chess Delegation with more than a few tricks up his sleeve to ensure each match goes the Soviets’ way.
Alex Toohey is the stoic Soviet Chess player, Anatoly Sergievsky – a man determined to be the best at the game he loves, whatever the cost.