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Princes Theatre, Clacton
Venue Name Princes Theatre
Location Clacton
Capacity 820
Address Town Hall
Station Road
Clacton on Sea
Essex
CO15 1SE
Current Season Times Booking shows until Ocotber 2017
Sleeping Beauty at Princes Theatre, Clacton
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Sleeping Beauty

Princes Theatre, Clacton

Polka Dot Pantomimes return with the enchanting story of Sleeping Beauty. Fun for all the family!

Sat 10 Dec 2016 to Sun 1 Jan 2017
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The Jive Aces at Princes Theatre, Clacton

The Jive Aces

Princes Theatre, Clacton

The Jive Aces, are renowned worldwide for their high-energy music and spectacular stage show.

Fri 27 Jan 2017
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Marty MacDonald's Toy Machine at Princes Theatre, Clacton
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Marty MacDonald's Toy Machine

Princes Theatre, Clacton

Join Marty, Sally the Scarecrow, Pongo the Pig, Molly-Moo the Cow and Sheena the Sheep in a fun, musical, interactive adventure.

Sun 12 Feb 2017
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LDN Wrestling at Princes Theatre, Clacton

LDN Wrestling

Princes Theatre, Clacton

Come and see the larger-than-life Characters from all corners of the world do battle inside the ring.

Thu 16 Feb 2017
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The Neil Diamond Story at Princes Theatre, Clacton

The Neil Diamond Story

Princes Theatre, Clacton

Bob Drury and his band celebrate the life and music of the legend that is Neil Diamond.

Sat 18 Feb 2017
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Mercury at Princes Theatre, Clacton

Mercury

Princes Theatre, Clacton

Mercury have firmly established themselves as one of the world’s most authentic tributes to Queen.

Fri 24 Feb 2017
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Lee Nelson at Princes Theatre, Clacton

Lee Nelson

Princes Theatre, Clacton

Lee Nelson is back live on stage with his brand-new, laugh-out-loud, best ever stand-up show.

Sat 4 Mar 2017
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Someone Like You - The Adele Songbook at Princes Theatre, Clacton

Someone Like You - The Adele Songbook

Princes Theatre, Clacton

Someone Like You is an immaculate celebration of one of our generation’s finest singer-songwriters.

Fri 10 Mar 2017
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The King of Pop - The Legend Continues at Princes Theatre, Clacton

The King of Pop - The Legend Continues

Princes Theatre, Clacton

Get ready to moonwalk the night away as Navi brilliantly recreates all the magical classics.

Sat 18 Mar 2017
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Pasha Kovalev - Let's Dance The Night Away at Princes Theatre, Clacton

Pasha Kovalev - Let's Dance The Night Away

Princes Theatre, Clacton

Expect all your favourite dances, stunning costumes, great music, chat and fun for all the family.

Fri 24 Mar 2017
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Princes Theatre, Clacton
The Princes Theatre is the largest multi-purpose entertainment venue in North Essex. Run by the local council, it hosts a varied programme of family entertainment including concerts, plays, comedy and community events. They include regular performances by the Princes Theatre Youth Company, which is based here. The Theatre's home is the impressive Clacton Town Hall, where visitors can find out what else Clacton-on-Sea has to offer at the Tourist Information Centre.

Children Under 2
Children under 2 can be admitted free of charge if they are to be seated on a parent's lap. Children of all ages must buy a ticket if they require a seat.

Booster Seats
The theatre does not have a supply of booster seats however customers are allowed to bring their own booster seats with them to a show.

Disabled Seating
The theatre has a good number of wheelchair spaces. All wheelchair users are entitled to 1 free carer ticket.

Patrons with a disability that require a free carer's place MUST be able to provide evidence of Disability Living Allowance.

Please note: The main seating plan for Princes Theatre for the majority of events. Occasionally some events use a different layout.

Princes Theatre Seating Plan

Princes Theatre Seating Plan

Getting to Princes Theatre

Follow the A133 towards the town centre until it becomes Wellesley Road and then Carnarvon Road. A short distance along Carnarvon Road will be Station Road on your right, the Princes Theatre situated inside the Town Hall is on your right. A limited amount of street parking is available near the theatre or there are sign-posted public car parks that are within walking distance.
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Reviews for Princes Theatre

Went to watch psychic Sally on the 4th November,what a great show had a great time.Lovely theatre, staff all very helpful and friendly.
The bar was open we didn't have to wait too long to be served especially in at the break.
Would highly recommend.We will be coming back.
Tanya
5th November 2016 at 07:49
what a disappointment to the night went to see 3 degrees saturday 2nd april and either they couldn't sing or the sound system is so old .....there was no atmosphere at all i go to many places to watch people and this was the worst night i have had
karen hansen
4th April 2016 at 07:13
The Alladin panto this year was brilliant. My daughter and i haven't laughed so much in ages. The performers were all top class, each and every one of them and the singing was excellent. The dancers showed so much enthusiasm and energy. We loved Widow Twanky and didn't stop laughing the whole time. We had a great time and my grandchildren enjoyed it too!! Well done to all the performers.
Sue Garwood
30th December 2015 at 16:28
Panto was good but not as good as last year, perhaps due to lower energy levels and too many first timers.

It was good to see Charlie, and I felt the dame, poison ivy and good fairy were great, the person playing jack had a lively singing voice.
Lynsey Bessent
28th December 2014 at 10:18

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