This year’s highly anticipated production of Aladdin opens on Friday 3 December and runs until 31 December. Heroes Aladdin and Princess Amirah will take the audience on a spectacular, action-packed adventure through mystical lands with gorgeous sets, amazing costumes and lots of favourite songs.
Local Horsham lad Toby Miles (Les Misérables & Mamma Mia!) plays Aladdin in this magical new adaptation by award-winning Director Zoë Waterman, who directs at The Capitol for the first time following critically acclaimed pantomimes at Theatr Clwyd.
The festive family favourite also stars Rosie Cava-Beale (The Bodyguard UK Tour) as Princess Amirah, Pantomime legend Dan Smith as Widow Twankey, Siobhan Athwal (Viva Forever) as Genie of the Ring, Emma Ralston (Wind in The Willows) as Frankie Twankey, Antony Reed (Kinky Boots and Charlie and The Chocolate Factory) as Sultan and the outstanding Cavin Cornwall (most recently seen at Sadlers Wells in Singin’ In The Rain) as Abanazar.
There’s a relaxed performance at 5pm on Tuesday 14 December and special performances for schools on Tuesday 7 and Wednesday 8 December.
From the Producers of last year’s sold out childrens show, Santa’s New Sleigh there’s a brand new festive Play by Sam Dredge with music by Masashi Fujimoto in The Capitol’s Studio theatre from Thursday 16 December until Christmas Eve, with a relaxed performance on Saturday 18 December at 4.30pm.
It’s a heart-warming festive story that includes exciting audience participation, original songs and Christmas classics, real magic and a present for every child to take home. With a running time of 50 minutes, it’s the perfect introduction to live theatre for little ones aged 3+.
Family tickets are available for both Christmas shows which provide a saving on standard ticket prices.
Spring 2022 Highlights
After a rapturous reception to their autumn 2021 debut show, Horsham Arts Club welcome the return of W3 on Friday 25 February, the resident funk house band of Ronnie Scott’s world famous jazz club for a night of contemporary funk and jazz music. Tickets include free admission to the HAC Aftershow where you can relax and enjoy more intimate live music from London’s top Jazz musicians in the comfort of The Capitol bar!
Zog and The Flying Doctors land in Horsham on Friday 18 March for 6 shows. Based on Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s bestselling sequel, Freckle Productions (Zog, Stick Man, Tiddler & Other Terrific Tales, Tabby McTat) bring the creative team behind Zog, Emma Kilbey and Joe Stilgoe, back together for this truly modern take on the classic fairy tale.
The Olivier Award-Winning comedy-drama, The Rise and Fall of Little Voice starring TV favourite Shobna Gulati (Coronation Street, Dinnerladies, Loose Women), British soap royalty Ian Kelsey (Emmerdale, Casualty) and two-time Drama Desk Award Nominee Christina Bianco, as Little Voice runs from Monday 28 March to Saturday 2 April.
With humour, heart and countless powerhouse ballads all performed live on stage, Cartwright’s timeless and iconic tale explores the highs and the lows of small-town dreams, family rivalry and finding your voice in a noisy world.
The spring season also brings an eclectic mix of live music, comedy, dance, drama and family entertainment with some superb audience with shows including England Rugby’s Phil Vickery on Saturday 5 February, BBC Radio’s Voice of cricket Jonathan “Aggers” Agnew on Saturday 19 February, former SAS Sergeant Major Class 1 and Bodyguard to the Stars Mark “Billy” Billingham on Friday 4 March, Kate Humble on Wednesday 23 March, Ray Mears on Thursday 31 March and Dom Joly on Friday 8 April. .
Details of all shows at The Capitol can be found online at www.thecapitolhorsham.com