MAST Mayflower Studios are presenting an exciting mix of shows in March for all audiences. As an added benefit there are two tickets for the price of one on selected shows during the month through the UK Theatre "Love Your Local Theatre" campaign. Customers can purchase 2-4-1 tickets on Dracula, Sheila’s Island, The Rise And Fall Of Little Voice and Jekyll & Hyde. Shows at MAST in March as follows:
1st – 2nd March
James Gaddas (Bad Girls & Coronation Street) brings Bram Stoker's famous gothic horror story to life, before revealing his own chilling discovery about the legend. Book here.
Rich Hall’s Hoedown Deluxe
Gut-busting, rib-ticking, toe-tapping and generally hilarious comedy and music from the stalwart of QI and Have I Got News For You. Book here.
Ray Mears highlights the challenges facing nature today in this fascinating, inspirational and educational show and demonstrates how we can all help make positive changes. Book here.
The Thinking Drinkers: Pub Quiz
After the tedious Zoom quizzes we all suffered, The Thinking Drinkers present their own proper, hilarious pub quiz, with scoresheets, pens and drinks included. Whose round is it? Book here.
In Conversation with Alexander McCall Smith
One of the world’s most prolific and most popular authors, Alexander McCall Smith, joins Fiona Lindsay in session to discuss the new instalment in his much-loved Scotland Street series, Love in the Time of Bertie. Book here.
Simon Brodkin: Troublemaker
World-famous prankster and creator of the hugely popular Lee Nelson, is back on stage with TROUBLEMAKER, his sensational new stand-up show. Book here.
An Evening of Burlesque
A scintillating night out of sparkling entertainment, the UK’s longest running Burlesque show is back touring the nation and it’s bigger than ever. Book here.
15th -19th March
A quick-witted new comedy about an outward bound team-building weekend where Sheila has been nominated group leader, but can endless verses of Kumbaya really keep spirits up among the ladies? Book here.
The Rise And Fall Of Little Voice
23rd – 26th March
The heart-warming bittersweet comedy about a shy girl whose talent to impersonate some of the greatest divas may lead to her small-town dream coming true. Book here.
The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll & Hyde
28th – 30th March
Doctor Henry Jekyll is successful within his field and respected by his peers. However, his methods are less than ethical and when a close friend threatens to expose his work, Jekyll is forced to experiment on himself. Book here.