Elgar and the Stones ‘star’ at Regent birthday bash

Published14th October 2019

The Regent Theatre’s 90th Anniversary Promsfeatures live music at its best – the unbeatable anthems of the Rolling Stones and the Beatles meets the pomp of Elgar, the pop rhythms of Stevie Wonder and your Proms favourites.

Experience this fantastic celebration of classics throughout the ages, performed with all the power and force of a full orchestra.

Tickets for the 90th Anniversary Proms start from just £10 for students and those under 26. Full price tickets start at £22. Book now at www.ipswichtheatres.co.uk, tel: 01473 433100.

The Regent Theatre opened its doors on Monday 4th November 1929 as a cine-variety hall and has since played host to some of the world’s biggest artists, West End shows and comedians. In the 1970s and 80s it changed its name to the Gaumont and was taken over by Ipswich Borough Council in 1991 after public fears for its future. The “new” Regent opened on 21st September 1991. In 2009 the Royal Philharmonic and Lesley Garrett celebrated the theatre’s 80th birthday with a gala concert.


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