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Priority booking for Dick Whittington starts on Tuesday, November 18, 2014 for Friends of the Theatre Royal; on Thursday, November 20, tickets are on sale for Advantage members, groups and schools, before public and online booking opens on Tuesday, November 25.
The Bodyguard will go on sale to the Friends of the Theatre Royal on Tuesday next week, to groups and schools two days later and will go on public sale on May 3.
The self-help production, to be called Variety Live at The Swan, will be staged by the Friends of the theatre on September 18 and 19.
The Friends of the Theatre Royal have also made a donation of PS5,000 towards the project.
The award winning soap and stage star has been appointed patron of the Friends of the Theatre Royal in Newcastle and will spend 2014 giving theatre supporters a glimpse into her life on stage.
Local dignitaries, friends of the theatre and special guests were treated to Champagne before the show and to meet the cast and crew of the performance.
The Theatre Manager, Gareth Owen, and his excellent staff, not forgetting the priceless dedication of the Friends of the Theatre, have contributed unstintingly to our theatrical experiences by engaging artists of wide and varied talents, thereby ensuring that all tastes are satisfied.
Bourne's New Adventures company, regular visitors to the city, have a two-week run with Swan Lake, and in a move which should signal Newcastle welcoming many more of his productions, Bourne last week became a patron of the Friends of the Theatre Royal.