Music and laughter galore at the Webster Theatre

Enjoy a bit of 'Dirty Dusting' with Gladys, Elsie and Olive at the Webster Memorial Theatre, Arbroath on Tuesday, October 28.
Enjoy a bit of 'Dirty Dusting' with Gladys, Elsie and Olive at the Webster Memorial Theatre, Arbroath on Tuesday, October 28.

There is music and laughter galore at the Webster Memorial Theatre in Arbroath to take audiences through the summer months and into autumn.

Following the international dance night on Monday, July 28 and the Amersfoort Youth Orchestra (Holland) on Tuesday, July 29 as part of the Aberdeen International Youth Festival, MacFloyd return to the Webster with a great new show looking back over the career of Pink Floyd - spanning almost 30 years.

The concert on Saturday, August 9 will feature a varied mix of Floyd classics covering this timeless music from ‘67 to ‘94 in a show lasting over two hours which will take you on a journey through the best of Pink Floyd.

The Limelight Company will perform the youth production of ‘Phantom Of The Opera’ from August 20 to 23 followed by the Jonny Cash Roadshow on Friday, September 12.

Now the only show to be recognised and endorsed by the Cash family, prepare for a musical adventure unrivalled by any other that truly celebrates the career of the music legend.

There is also a treat in store for fans of Elvis Presley on Friday, October 10 with ‘A Vision Of Elvis’ starring Rob Kingsley and his sensational band and singers. The show is recognised as Europe’s most authentic and successful tribute to Elvis Presley. This show leaves the audience in no doubt that they are witnessing a truly authentic Elvis show as Rob Kingsley has the total package.

Next up at the Webster is something completely different - an evening of pure theatrical Viagra!

After a sell-out UK tour in 2013, ‘Dirty Dusting’ returns to the stage in 2014 and will be at the Webster on Tuesday, October 28.

Gladys, Elsie and Olive are three cleaning ladies who are about to be “put out to pasture” by their overzealous office manager Dave. Feeling they have little chance of gaining employment elsewhere, the ladies have to boost their falling income. They start up a telephone sex line, ‘The Telephone Belles’ -a dirty sex chat line that really cleans up! Needless to say things don’t go entirely according to plan. This is a heart-warming feel-good comedy that will have you rolling in the aisles and smiling every time you answer the phone.