September Events
The Barbican
Thursday 1st September 2022
£81 (Deposit £50)
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The ‘musical equivalent of sipping one glass of champagne after another’.

This production for 2022 will star multi-award-winner Kerry Ellis (Wicked/We Will Rock You) as Reno Sweeney and Olivier Award Winner Denis Lawson (Bleak House/Star Wars) as Moonface Martin. Joining them is Olivier Award Winner Simon Callow (Christmas Carol/Midsomer Murders) as Elisha Whitney and Musical Theatre Royalty Bonnie Langford (EastEnders/9 to 5) as Evangeline Harcourt.

Featuring a 50 strong cast and ensemble of the finest we have to offer on the London stage (including tap dancing sailors!) and a full-sized live orchestra, this heart-warming and hilarious production of ANYTHING GOES sold out during its last run at the Barbican. Directed by the multi-award-winning Broadway director and choreographer Kathleen Marshall, this production for London features farcical fun and spectacular show stopping dance routines, all set to Cole Porter’s joyful score, including ‘I Get A Kick Out of You’, ‘You’re the Top’ and the show stopping ‘Anything Goes’.

Coach leaves Stanway at 4pm, Earls Colne 4.15pm, Halstead 4.30pm & Braintree 4.50pm.
Beauty And The Beast
The London Palladium
Wednesday 14th September 2022
£81 (£50 deposit)
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Bonjour! Disney proudly invites you to ‘Be Our Guest’ as the most enchanted musical of all time, Beauty and the Beast. This beloved ‘tale as old as time’ has been brought to life on stage like never before, with all the charm and elegance audiences expect from Belle and her Beast. 25 years after its Olivier Award-winning West End debut, members of the original creative team have reunited on this new production featuring all of the spellbinding songs of Alan Menken, Howard Ashman and Tim Rice including Belle, Gaston, Be Our Guest and, of course, Beauty and the Beast.

Coach leaves Stanway at 4pm, Earls Colne 4.15pm, Halstead 4.30pm & Braintree 4.50pm.
The Great Stink & Greenwich
Wednesday 28th September 2022
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On arrival we will have tea/coffee & biscuits. Learn the story of spending a penny in London from Roman times to the Great Stink of 1858 and the coming of the Victorian sewers by engineer Sir Joseph Bazalgette. A guided tour to discover the reservoir that once held 25 million gallons of poo, explore the quirky exhibition and take a tour of the incredible Cathedral of Sewage to see the largest beam engines in the world. Then free to explore to the wonderful collection of toilets. We will then travel to Greenwich where you will have free time to have a late lunch & time for a look around.

Coach leaves Stanway at 8.30am, Earls Colne 8.45am, Halstead 9am & Braintree 9.20am. Depart approx 4.30pm.