An Oldham Coliseum Theatre production
Cooking with Elvis
Friday 11 - Saturday 26 September
From the writer of Billy Elliot, Rocketman and The Pitmen Painters, Cooking with Elvis is a provocative dark comedy about disability, sex, food and the King.
When an amateur Elvis impersonator is paralysed in a car crash, his wife and daughter are forced to cope with the aftermath. Jill tries to replace him with cooking. Mam tries to replace him with sex. Unfortunately they both try out their new talents with the same man.
Age guidance 16+
"Altogether delicious, raw, raunchy, funny and compassionate." The Stage
"Sparky, pacey and doesn't miss a trick." Manchester Evening News
Tickets £17 - £22.50
Concessions £16.50 - £20.50
16 - 25 £7 (limited availability)
Saver Performances: Friday 11 & Tuesday 15 September, 7.30pm
British Sign Language Interpreted: Thursday 17 September, 7.30pm
Audio Described: Tuesday 22 September, 7.30pm
Captioned Performance: Thursday 24 September, 7.30pm
Meet the Cast: Thursday 24 September (post show)
|Cooking with Elvis: Oldham Coliseum Theatre (11 Sept 2020 - 26 Sept 2020)|
Access to Oldham town has never been easier thanks to Metrolink. The town centre line has three stops – Oldham Mumps, Oldham Central and Oldham King Street – meaning the many shops, attractions, events and leisure offer is all within a short distance. Journeys to Oldham from Manchester now only take half an hour.
Free town centre parking : You can park for free for up to 3 hours on all Council owned town centre car parks (listed below) every Saturday and Sunday. To qualify for this offer you must take a ticket from the pay and display machine for the length of time you are intending to stay.
Council owned town centre car parks: Civic Centre, Waterloo Street, Southgate Street, Bow Street, Bradshaw Street, Rock Street, Tommyfield (No Return Within 3 Hours) and New Radcliffe Street
What to do:
To take advantage of this offer you must take a ticket from the pay and display machine for the length of time you intend to stay. The ticket must be clearly displayed in the windscreen of your vehicle before you leave the car park. If you want to park for longer than 3 hours you must pay at the pay and display machine for the entire length of your stay. You can also park for up to 30 minutes on-street, seven days a week when you take a ticket from the pay and display machine.
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