Cheltenham Shows

The 'Alchemy' shows in Cheltenham will take place over three days at the Playhouse Theatre on 5th, 6th and 7th September 2013. The audience will have a chance to see the principal cast in the three evening shows. Additionally, a matinee show performed by the understudies will take place on Saturday afternoon. Cheltenham production will be a fully theatrical version of the musical featuring eleven leading characters, the Caamora band and the chorus. The preparations for the performances will begin early this autumn.



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The Playhouse Theatre

The Cheltenham Playhouse Theatre


Playhouse started life as the Henry Thompson's Montpellier Baths in 1806 and quickly became a highly fashionable venue at which the waters could be enjoyed. The Baths maintained their prominent status for nearly a century. In March 1898 the medicinal baths were purchased by the Cheltenham Corporation and later converted to a swimming pool and slipper baths. The tiled swimming pool still exists beneath the floor of the main auditorium and serves as a store for stage rostra and other theatrical properties. In 1945, just before the end of the Second World War, an enlightened Cheltenham Council recognised the lack of facilities in Cheltenham for the expression of drama and converted the swimming pool, which had become rather drab, into a cheerful and intimate theatre. Despite the post war shortages of labour and materials, the cultural needs of Cheltenham won through and a new Theatre was born...

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How to get?

How do I come to see'Alchemy'?

It’s quite easy.  Cheltenham is in the centre of the UK, and only an hour or so from Bristol Airport and Birmingham International Airport.  It is also just over an hour and a half from London if you were to arrive on the Eurotunnel.

Cheltenham is an hour and a half from London Heathrow, and two hours from London Gatwick.

National rail enquiries can be made HERE and national bus network HERE.

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How to buy tickets?

Buying Online


You will be able to buy tickets online via PayPal or by credit card SOON.
The Box Office tickets sale will start SOON. The Playhouse Theatre box office is open from 10am - 4pm Monday to Friday, and
 10am - 2.30pm on Saturdays, and from 6pm until ‘curtain up’ on performance nights.

For phone bookings, most credit/debit cards are accepted and no booking fee is charged. On line booking is not available through the box office.

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