Tonight: Radio Revellers – A 1930s extravaganza evening with The Radio Revellers presenting Dracula in a witty 1930s-style live radio play and a musical duet delivered by Alnwick Playhouse Concert Band’s Ray Thompson and Susie Cochrane. 7.30pm. Tickets £9.50, £8.50 conc, £10.50 premier, £8 friends, to include a glass of 1930s punch or Bloody Mary cocktail on arrival.
Saturday, February 18: Phil Cool – The rubber-faced comic brings his dextrous impressions and surreal comic sketches to the Playhouse. 7.30pm. Tickets £15.
Thursday, February 23: Piaf: The Songs – Eve Loiseau bring the songs of legendary French chanteuse Edith Piaf back to life, accompanied by Fiona Barrow on violin and Edward Jay on accordion. 7.30pm. Tickets £14, £15 premier, £13 conc.
Tomorrow (2pm) and Monday, February 20 (4.30pm): Chipwrecked (U; 87mins) – Animated sequel. Tickets £6, £6.50 premier, £5.50 child/student.
Tomorrow: Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol (12a; 133mins) – Action adventure sequel. 7.30pm. Tickets £6, £6.50 premier, £5.50 child/student.
Wednesday, February 22: The Great Dictator (U; 124mins) – Charlie Chaplin writes, directs and acts in one of his best-loved comedies, which satirises Nazi Germany. 2pm. Tickets £6, £6.50 premier, £5.50 child/student.