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Venues in Chester, Cheshire

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What's on details for 'Chester'

Chester theatre; showing details of venues and performances for Chester, Cheshire.

The Top 9 Shows

Here are the top 9 shows in Chester according to their popularity on our site over the last 21 days. See all shows in Chester.
Fascinating Aida tickets and information

1. FASCINATING AIDA

Fascinating Aida tickets Storyhouse - Garret Theatre »
Dates: Sat, 19th June 2021
Theatre: Storyhouse - Garret Theatre, Chester
Genre: Cabaret

2. FORTUNATELY...WITH FI AND JANE: LIVE

Fortunately...With Fi and Jane: Live tickets Storyhouse - Garret Theatre »
Dates: Sun, 20th June 2021
Theatre: Storyhouse - Garret Theatre, Chester
Genre: Performance

3. THE JUNGLE BOOK

The Jungle Book tickets Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre »
Dates: Sat, 24th July 2021 to Sun, 29th August 2021
Theatre: Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre, Chester
Genre: Kids show
The Greatest Play in the History of the World... tickets and information

4. THE GREATEST PLAY IN THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD...

The Greatest Play in the History of the World... tickets Storyhouse - Garret Theatre »
Dates: Wed, 10th February 2021 to Sun, 14th February 2021
Theatre: Storyhouse - Garret Theatre, Chester
Genre: Play
The Taming of the Shrew tickets and information

5. THE TAMING OF THE SHREW

The Taming of the Shrew tickets Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre »
Dates: Fri, 9th July 2021 to Sat, 28th August 2021
Theatre: Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre, Chester
Genre: Play
Pride and Prejudice tickets and information

6. PRIDE AND PREJUDICE

Pride and Prejudice tickets Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre »
Dates: Fri, 2nd July 2021 to Sat, 28th August 2021
Theatre: Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre, Chester
Genre: Play
Alan Carr - Not Again, Alan! tickets and information

7. ALAN CARR - NOT AGAIN, ALAN!

Alan Carr - Not Again, Alan! tickets Storyhouse - Garret Theatre »
Dates: Fri, 27th August 2021
Theatre: Storyhouse - Garret Theatre, Chester
Genre: Comedy
Sarah Millican - Bobby Dazzler tickets and information

8. SARAH MILLICAN - BOBBY DAZZLER

Sarah Millican - Bobby Dazzler tickets Storyhouse - Garret Theatre »
Dates: Thu, 28th October 2021 to Sat, 30th October 2021
Theatre: Storyhouse - Garret Theatre, Chester
Genre: Comedy
Jimmy Carr - Terribly Funny tickets and information

9. JIMMY CARR - TERRIBLY FUNNY

Jimmy Carr - Terribly Funny tickets Storyhouse - Garret Theatre »
Dates: Sat, 3rd April 2021
Theatre: Storyhouse - Garret Theatre, Chester
Genre: Comedy


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