Major productions include The Book Thief, Shrek The Musical, Heathers and Life of Pi.
We’re delighted to reveal details of our Autumn/Winter 2023 season, which will include the WhatsOnStage Award-nominated musical adaption of The Book Thief, produced in association with Deus Ex Machina Productions, a thrilling new version of Dracula: Mina’s Reckoning produced in association with the National Theatre of Scotland and Aberdeen Performing Arts, alongside a series of nationally and internationally acclaimed productions as part of their respective UK tours.
Creative Director, Corey Campbell, will direct the new home-produced musical The Last Vampire, which will run in the B2 auditorium from 23 October – 4 November. The fun musical adventure, which is based on the much-loved children’s book by Willis Hall, follows Henry Hollins as he’s taken abroad on a camping holiday by his grandparents before disaster strikes when the bungling trio end up lost in Transylvania.
From 11 – 16 September, a new incarnation of the award-nominated musical The Book Thief will debut at the Belgrade Theatre. The musical, which is based on Marcus Zusak’s much-loved novel, was first seen last autumn at the Octagon Theatre in Bolton and received two two WhatsOnStage Award nominations for Best Regional Production and Best Lighting Design.
From 18 – 21 October, a thrilling new version of Dracula, Dracula: Mina’s Reckoning, conceived by Morna Pearson and Sally Cookson, written by Morna Pearson after Bram Stoker, directed by Sally Cookson. Produced in association with the National Theatre of Scotland and Aberdeen Performing Arts, Mina Murray is at the heart of the action and together with an all-women and non-binary ensemble retelling a unique version of Bram Stoker’s classic tale.
We will also welcome a number of nationally and internationally acclaimed shows as part of their UK tours including the musicals Heathers (19-23 September), Sister Act (9-14 October), Shrek The Musical (30 January – 4 February) and plays The Full Monty (2-7 October), Frantic Assembly’s new production of Franz Kafka’s Metamorphosis (23-27 January) and the five-time Olivier Award-winning Life of Pi (8-13 April).
The full Autumn/Winter season also includes an eclectic mix of music, ballet, family entertainment, and this year’s pantomime Cinderella, with even more shows to be announced soon.
With a My Belgrade Subscription package, audiences can SAVE 15% when booking for 3 or 4 shows in the Belgrade’s Autumn/Winter Season and 25% when booking 5 or more participating shows. Discounts only apply to full priced tickets in all but the lowest price bands.