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Theatres in Plymouth, November 2011 Oct 24
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Plymouth is a lovely place to visit, no matter what time of the year you decide to drop by. It is a beautiful city with lots of historical significance, as well as a rich and diverse culture. With lots of luxurious hotels in Plymouth to choose from it is the perfect place for a well deserved break. However, if you get the chance to visit this city, or even if you live here, be sure to check out the best theatre productions in Plymouth, which span three actual theatres, the Theatre Royal, TR2, and the Drum Theatre.

Top Hat Playing this October, Top Hat is the tale of the up and coming tap dancer Jerry Travers, who is played by Tom Chambers. Travers arrives at the West End to perform in his first show, where his heart is captured by a fellow performer, Dale Tremont. He then attempts to follow her across Europe in an effort to win her heart – and her hand! Don’t miss this amazing production at the Theatre Royal.

Deep Down Cowboys Imagine a Russian submarine and its crew, confined within tight spaces under the crushing power of the ocean waves. Now imagine if a crew of cowboys were added to the mix. You have the plotline for Deep Down Cowboys, the tale of how Russian submariners are enthralled by the tall tales of cowboys from the wide open prairies, and the trouble that comes along with it. Playing at the Drum Theatre.

Scrooge Tommy Steele returns to the stage to play Scrooge, that infamous grouch of the Christmas season. Special effects are orchestrated by Paul Kieve, acclaimed for his work in the Harry Potter films. This heart warming family stage production will be showing at the Theatre Royal.

Invisible Written by Tina Stivicic, this dramatic and hilarious tale of the hardships of immigrants across Europe touches audiences with its straightforward messages and distinct comedic timing.

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