The Baths Hall re-opens this weekend!
After almost 18 months, unable to host live events, The Baths Hall is back with Ben Fogle on Saturday and Sarah Millican on Sunday.
Here’s a quick summary of some of the shows coming up….
SATURDAY at The Baths Hall – BEN FOGLE
Join Ben in this uplifting and exciting show, when he’ll be sharing his stories of the wilderness. Ben has climbed Everest, been swimming with crocodiles, saved elephants, dodged pirates, been marooned for a year on an uninhabited island, walked to the South Pole, Crossed the Empty Quarter with camels, rowed across the Atlantic Ocean, tracked the Migration of the Wildebeest, swum from Alcatraz, had a flesh eating disease and messed around with ferrets! The much-loved TV adventurer will recount, with warmth and honesty, his thrilling tales. If you like Ben’s TV shows then you’ll love this personal and intimate evening of stories from around the world.
17 September at The Baths Hall – MILTON JONES
One man. One Mission. Is it possible? No, not really.
Milton reveals the truth about being an international spy, before being given a disappointing new identity which forced him to appear on Mock the Week, Live at the Apollo. But this is also a love story with the twist, or at least a really bad sprain.
Just gloriously daft nonsense or is there a deeper meaning? Every man has his price. Sainsbury’s, where good food costs less.
12 September at The Baths Hall – THE DRIFTERS
The Drifters are back on tour in the UK with a brand-new show performing all their classic hits from the last six decades. The legendary group have previously been inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, listed among the Greatest Artists of All Time by Rolling Stone magazine and have produced an incredible list of hits – including; Saturday Night at the Movies, Come on Over to My Place, Stand By Me, Under the Boardwalk and many, many more!
19-23 October at The Plowright Theatre – THE MERRY WIDOWER
Hospital Players are back! The Merry Widower by Simon Moss is based on the characters Tom, Dick and Harriet created by Johnnie Mortimer and Brian Cooke. After the death of his mother, Richard’s father pays him a visit and discusses the will which is not as expected. This and his father’s bad habits of womanising creates tension in the couple’s home.
The Plowright Theatre box office has re-opened open weekdays only between 10am and 12.30pm at present. The Baths Hall box office remains closed except for the hour prior to the start of a show.
Telephone bookings are available between 10am and 12.30pm weekdays by calling 01724 290657.
Please note we have new terms of entry for all events at The Baths Hall and The Plowright Theatre.
You can find further details about these here –> https://www.scunthorpetheatres.co.uk/your-visit/venue-shield