Invincible at The Old Nick

by | 11 January 2018 | Gainsborough, Performing Arts

Tickets are now available for two new shows at The Old Nick Theatre in Gainsborough:

Thursday 25th to Saturday 27th January, 7.30pm
Torben Bett’s play is a comedy of bad manners and a brilliant play of ideas. Both entertaining and tense, it’s been described as “startlingly raw” and “catching the mood of the times”. Director Gill Blow and all the team at The Gainsborough Theatre Club are very excited to be performing this superb play in Gainsborough after its successful regional tour of the country.

Actors Phil Jones and Mand Austen play Oliver and Emily who’ve decided to downsize and shift their middle-class London lifestyle to a small town in the north of England. These left-leaning well educated people have invited over their new neighbours to break the ice. Alan and Dawn, played by Tony Towers and Sarah Clark, are offered olives and anchovies and introduced to Karl Marx and abstract art – inevitable classes and outlooks collide, and the scene is set for a rendezvous with consequences as hilarious as they are tragic. Tickets are £8.00 or £6.00 concessions.

Adam Carter as Elvis
Thursday 22nd to Saturday 24th March
Adam Carter, as seen on Stars in your Eyes, is coming to the Old Nick Theatre as Elvis. Due to popular demand extra show dates have been added. Book early so you don’t miss out on what looks set to be a spectacular show! Tickets cost £12.00 each.

Tickets for both events can be bought online at or call the Box Office on 07434 540516 (Monday to Friday from 10.00am to 12.00pm and from 6.00pm to 8.00pm).