With a newly restored auditorium and stunningly transformed foyer, the Grand Opera House is more popular than ever.
What theater productions and musicals take place at the Grand Opera House in May?
Those wanting to see Disney’s magical musical should act fast, with the final two shows being Sunday May 1 – at 1pm and 5pm.
Bedknobs and Broomsticks tells the story of three orphaned children (the Rawlins) who are reluctantly evacuated from wartime London to live with the mysterious Eglantine Price.
They soon discover that Price is a trainee witch, armed with an enchanted bed button, an enchanted broom, and a magical flying bed.
The children meet surprising new friendships on their journey from Portobello Road.
Tickets range from £27 to £49.50 – depending on whether you sit in the Stalls, Grand Circle, Upper Circle or Gods section on the third floor.
West Side Story tells the story of two young lovers, from different backgrounds, who are caught between prejudice and two warring street gangs.
It’s one of the most memorable musicals and greatest love stories of all time.
This is an amateur production of West Side Story presented by Ulster Operatic Company, taking place on Tuesday May 10 (7.30pm) and Saturday May 14 (2.30pm).
Tickets range from £17.50 to £37 – depending on whether you sit in the Stalls, Grand Circle, Upper Circle or Gods section on the third floor.
Gangsta Granny live on stage
Gangsta Granny is about a young boy named Ben, who goes to stay with his grandmother on a Friday night.
Ben thinks his sleepover is going to be so boring, until he embarks on the adventure of a lifetime with his very own Gangsta Granny.
Gangsta Granny Live on Stage features ten shows over five days – Wednesday May 18 through Sunday May 22.
Wednesday has a 7 p.m. show, Thursday has a 1:30 p.m. show and a 7 p.m. show, Friday has a 10:30 a.m. show and a 7 p.m. show, Saturday has a 10:30 a.m., 2:30 p.m., and 7 p.m. Sunday has an 11am show and a 3pm show.
An extra show was added on Saturday due to phenomenal demand for this award-winning West End production.
Tickets range from £23.50 to £25.50 – depending on whether you sit in the Stalls, Grand Circle, Upper Circle or Gods section on the third floor.
The Cher Show tells the incredible story of Cher’s rise to fame, from a young child with big dreams, to the dizzying heights of global stardom.
From the author of Jersey Boys, this new musical has three West End stars playing the role of Grammy, Oscar, Emmy and Golden Globe winner Cher.
Get ready to hear some of his greatest hits including The Shoop Shoop Song, I Got You Babe, If I Could Turn Back Time, Strong Enough and Believe.
There are seven shows to honor the queen of ass, between Tuesday, May 24 and Saturday, May 28.
There is a show at 7.30pm each day, with an additional show at 2.30pm on Thursdays and Saturdays.
Tickets range from £19.50 to £49.50 – depending on whether you sit in the Stalls, Grand Circle, Upper Circle or Gods section on the third floor.
What else is happening at the Grand Opera House in May?
As well as a wide range of popular theater productions, you can also book tours of the newly refurbished Grand Opera House. Visits take place on May 5, 6 and 7.
With tickets costing just £11.25, theatergoers can choose between a 10am, 11.30am, 2pm and 3.30pm visit.
As well as this, guests are invited to learn more about the history of the Grand Opera House at an informal lecture on Friday 13 May at 10am – with tickets costing £6.75.