The legendary Showaddywaddy will kick off an exciting programme of events at the Marina Theatre this week.

Formed in the 1970s in Leicester, from several local bands, Showaddywaddy have sold more than 20 million records and have toured all corners of the world extensively.

The show takes place Saturday 18th February at 7:30pm. All seats £20.75.

On Sunday 19th February, at 7.30pm, You Win Again – Celebrating The Music of the Bee Gee’s will arrive at the theatre.

Prepare to experience the distinct sound of one the greatest bands to have graced the stage, in this unforgettable concert spectacular.

Full price £22, concessions £20.

Attention then turns to the big screen as Jackie (15) is shown at 2:30pm and 7:30pm on 20th and 21st February.

The film, starring Natalie Portman, is a drama about the life of Jacqueline “Jackie” Kennedy in the days immediately following the assassination of her husband, US President John F. Kennedy.

Tickets are just £4.50 if booked 24 hours in advance.

Next up is multi-million selling recording artist Barbara Dickson, with her accomplished band.

Barbara will perform a wonderful range of material drawing on her folk roots as well as performing globally known hits such as ‘The Caravan Song’, ‘Another Suitcase in Another Hall’ plus lots more on Wednesday 22nd February at 7:30pm.

Full price £24, concessions £22.

The spectacular Round the Horne: The 50th Anniversary Tour is sure to prove popular on Thursday 23rd February at 2:30pm and 7:30pm.

From 1965 to 1968 there wasn’t a bigger radio programme in Britain than the ground-breaking Round the Horne. For half an hour every Sunday afternoon, audiences of up to 15 million people would gather around the wireless to listen to Kenneth Horne and his merry crew get up to all sorts of mischief.

So come and take a step back in time to the BBC’s Paris Studios and experience this comedy classic live.

Full price £19, concessions £17.50.

The week concludes with Menopause the Musical – starring Cheryl Fergison (EastEnders), Maureen Nolan (The Nolans), Rebecca Wheatley (Casualty) and Ruth Berkeley (Penny Dreadful).

The hysterical show packed full of one-liners about night sweats, hot flushes and memory loss is backed by an instantly recognisable soundtrack of innuendo-laden versions of 60s, 70s and 80s pop classics.

The show arrives on Friday 24th February at 7:30pm. Full price £25, concessions £23.

To book tickets and for more information, call the box office on 01502 533200 or see our what’s on page.