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One Man Breaking Bad
The Unofficial Parody

Monday 16 March, 7.30pm
Sixty awesome episodes. One awesome show. Yo. Join us on a rip-roaring ride through just about the greatest television show ever made. LA actor Miles Allen smacks the senses with his super-charged, crazily accurate renditions of all the iconic characters, including Walter White, Jesse, Saul, Skyler, Hank, Walt Junior and Gus Fring. With over a million YouTube hits, and sell-out runs at comedy festivals across the world, Miles’ incredible impersonations break all six seasons down into one hilarious, tour-de-force performance. Written and Directed by Matthew Hardy.

“the high-energy, warp-speed romp through all five seasons brings the house down every night” The Guardian



  Count Arthur Strong
Somebody Up There Licks Me

Tuesday 17 March, 8.00pm
Fresh from donkey’s years on his award winning BBC Radio 4 series and the huge success of his BBC2 show, Arthur will be doing all sorts of wonderful things for you to sit there staring at, as you quietly suck your Maltesers and don’t get up to go to the toilet… applauding loudly at the appropriate moments. You’ll laugh, cry and the other one. Here’s a personal message from the man himself: ‘if you only buy one ticket for something this year, buy a ticket for this one twice, and bring a friend. I promise you, you won’t regret it. And if you do there must be something wrong with you. No refunds’.

£17.50 (£15.50 conc)


  Peter Pan
By Durham High School for Girls

Thur 19 - Sat 21 March, 7.30pm (+ Sat 2.30pm)
Gala are delighted to welcome Durham High School back for their annual musical, as this year they present the timeless story of the boy who refused to grow up. Based on J.M Barrie’s original play, with permission from Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, this musical adventure is an adaptation by Willis Hall. With pirates, mermaids, a crocodile and a little magic fairy dust, this promises to be an enchanting performance for the whole family. Music and lyrics by George Stiles and Anthony Drewe.

£15 (£12 conc)


Gala Lunchtime Concert Series
Bruce Adams & Paul Edis

Friday 20 March, 1.00pm
One the jazz scene’s most dramatic performers and a regular jazz poll-winner, Bruce’s spectacular range and power on the trumpet has led him to work as a guest soloist with both the Scottish Radio Orchestra and the BBC Big Band. Paul is a familiar figure to Gala audiences and has been described as ‘a new voice in jazz... a real jazz composer' by Jazz Journal.



The Tiger Lillies
The Very Worst of The Tiger Lillies

Sunday 22 March, 8.00pm
The Grammy nominated Godfathers of alternative cabaret are back on a tour with a show celebrating 25 years of dark and deviant theatrics. With an international reputation for being the world’s foremost avant-garde band, these Olivier Award winners never cease to surprise, shock and entertain with their inimitable musical style, conjuring up the macabre magic of pre-war Berlin fused with the savage edge of punk. The Tiger Lillies attracted mainstream recognition for the junk opera Shockheaded Peter and recently won rave reviews with their shows The Ancient Mariner and Lulu - A Murder Ballad. Recommended age 16+.

“the execution is impeccable throughout. Phenomenal” ***** The Guardian

“It’s hard to do justice to the dark, poetic brilliance of The Tiger Lillies, so the best thing I can advise is that you seek out a ticket for this glorious show” The Scotsman

“in an ideal world, The Tiger Lillies would represent Britain in the Eurovision song contest” The Times



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