Several nights of laughter and music will be coming to Boston this week with some national treasures appearing at the town’s theatre.
On Friday, comedian Billy Pearce will be bringing his brand of laughter to the stage.
A former Butlins man in the 1980s, Billy has won a number of comedy awards including British Comedy Awards such as the Solo Comedian of the Year and Best Television Comedy Newcomer at the London Palladium.
The show starts at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £18.50.
○ On Saturday, the theatre will be hosting an adaptation of the timeless tale about the boy who never grew up.
The show promises to take audiences’ imagination take you to Neverland with well-known characters such as Peter and Wendy, meeting Lost Boys, Indians, and the villanous Captain Hook, not forgetting his silly side-kick, Smee.
The canine character Nana is played on stage by Chase, a lovable real-life St Bernard dog.
With enchanting songs, plenty of fun and laughter and a sprinkling of fairy dust, this is the perfect way to make a literature classic come alive for the whole family.
The show starts at 2pm.Tickets £12, £10 and £37 family.
○ Finally, on Sunday, the Vienna Festival Ballet make their return to Blackfriars Theatre with the ballet Swan Lake.
The company promise wonderful costumes, scenery and top choreography.
The show starts at 5pm. Tickets £18.50, £16 and £12.50.
To book tickets for any of the above shows call 01205 363108 or visit www.blackfriarsartscentre.co.uk