Touring Theatre

A range of wonderfully exciting theatre, music and public art performances will be found touring around Tamworth.


Working in partnership with touring theatre promoters Live and Local and alongside local venues in Tamworth, a range of exciting shows will be popping up across the town.


Please see below for a full list of upcoming shows including how and where to book:


Minima: Silent Film & Live Music

The Phantom of the Opera

7 April, 7:30pm

Sacred Heart Church

£7.50 Standard

£5.00 Over 60s, Under 16, Disabled

£26.00 Group Ticket for 4

Tickets Available from: 01827 709 618

The Hub in the Castle Grounds

A delicious concoction of movie and music as Minima perform

over a screening of the classic Phantom of The Opera.

'A superbly sinister live score.' Financial Times


The Fabularium

Reynard The Fox

Tuesday 11 April , 11:00am and 2:30pm

Tamworth Castle Grounds Bandstand

Free Events

Reynard the Fox, infamous scoundrel and trickster of the forest,

is blamed for the theft of the King's Crown Jewels but can he

prove his innocence and avoid certain death?!

Featuring storytelling, puppetry, original live music and bespoke

animal headpieces.


Mambo Jambo in Concert

Saturday 13 May, 7.30pm

St Francis Church, Leyfields

£5.00 Standard

Tickets available from: 01827 65926

St Francis church vicarage

Musical sunshine from a multi-talented, multi-instrumental

acoustic roots duo: an upbeat, feel-good concert mixing

sounds and styles from around the world.

'Absolutely tremendous! Really brilliant sound; so uplifting!'

BBC Radio Derby


Sarah Moule Fever!

The Life and Loves of Peggy Lee

2 June, 7:30pm

Sacred Heart Church, Tamworth

£8.50 Standard

£6.50 Over 60s, Under 16s, Disabled

Tickets available from: The Hub in Castle Grounds and 01827 709 618

1950s themed evening. Come dressed up in your best 1950s outfits.

Prize for the best costume. Buffet available. Doors open 7pm.

A superb cabaret tribute to the turbulent life and

universally loved music of one of the 'greats' of 20th

century popular song, by a top-flight, massively talented

vocalist and her impeccable piano accompanist.

★★★★★ 'Outstanding interpretations.' The Observer

Award Winning Puppet Company


Garlic Theatre

Shoe Kangaroo and the Big Bad Boot

18 August, 3.00pm

St Editha’s Church

£9.00 Adult

£5.00 Children

Tickets available from: Bookshop St Editha's Church and 01827 68339

Charming puppet-work and terrific clowning form this clever

children's show by one of England's leading puppet companies.




Liberty Rocks Productions

The Wherever People

8 September, 11.00am & 2.00pm

Tamworth Library

Free Event

Tamworth Library invites you to complete the summer reading

challenge and celebrate with this fantastic show!

The two Marie Celestial sisters are travelling the world with

their wagon.

They are charged with the task of collecting and sharing all

the stories in existence, learn about their adventures and

the exciting stories they have found. The 25 min show

comprises of both interactive theatre and storytelling.

stories told are woven into the show and are versions of

folktales from around the world

The show will conclude with a 45min activity session where

young people are encouraged to draw their own stories to

add to the wagon.