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What’s on at Leeds Grand Theatre this January

As we welcome in 2024, Leeds Heritage Theatres also welcomes a whole host of fantastic shows. Celebrate the new year in style with live music, captivating drama, and laugh-out-loud comedy.


Big Girls Don’t Cry: The Music of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons: Wed 3 January

They skyrocketed to worldwide stardom 60 years ago with the number 1 hits Big Girls Don’t Cry and Sherry – so, come out as we celebrate all their million-selling hits.

Get It On: One Night of Glam Rock: Thu 4 January

You ain’t seen nothing yet! So, bring your Tiger Feet and join us for a night like no other. Featuring the biggest hits from T.Rex, Mud, Slade, Bowie, Suzi Quatro, Wizzard, Sweet and many more.

Thank You for the Music: The Ultimate Tribute to ABBA: Fri 5 January

This international smash-hit tribute show brings all ABBA’s number 1 hits to the stage in a production like no other.

Radio Ga Ga: The Ultimate Tribute to Queen: Sat 6 January

Be part of a night like no other as we bring you the concert you’ve been dreaming of! The ultimate celebration of one the biggest bands to have ever graced the stage – Queen.

Legend: The Music of Bob Marley: Sun 7 January

When you think reggae, there is only one name that comes to mind. Legend: The Music of Bob Marley is an unforgettable evening celebrating this musical icon in one fantastic stage show extravaganza.


Life of Pi: Wed 10 – Sat 13 January

Based on the best-selling novel and winner of five Olivier Awards, including Best Play, Life of Pi is the acclaimed and hugely popular adaptation of an epic journey of endurance and hope.

Cirque: The Greatest Show: Sun 14 January

A world that explodes into kaleidoscopic colour as everyone’s favourite West End and Broadway hits combine with breath-taking circus artistes performing thrilling feats of agility and flair.

The Magic of Motown: Mon 15 January

Come celebrate the brand-new show as weReach Out and show you there ain’t no mountain high enough with the biggest Motown party of the year.

Peter Pan Goes Wrong: Tue 16 – Sat 20 January

Following their multi-award winning sell-out success with The Play That Goes Wrong and the BBC TV series The Goes Wrong Show, Mischief Theatre returns with its riotous spin on a timeless classic, the West End smash-hitPeter Pan Goes Wrong.


Robin Hood: The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto: Until Sun 7 January

A very different format to the traditional Christmas pantomime, Rock ‘n’ Roll Pantos mix traditional elements of audience participation and corny gags with a jukebox full of classic rock anthems and chart-toppers, all performed live on stage by an ultra-talented cast of actor-musicians.

National Theatre: Skylight (Screening): Tue 30 January

Returning to the big screen after nearly ten years, Bill Nighy (Living) and Carey Mulligan (Promising Young Woman) feature in the critically acclaimed revival of David Hare’s play, directed by Stephen Daldry (The Audience).


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