Busy at The Beehive

The award winning, Honiton Community Theatre Co. make a welcome return to the Beehive and this time they are treating us to a staged concert of songs from your favourite West End and Broadway shows. “A Night at the Musicals” on 19th & 20th May. Featuring the company’s best vocalists, (and there are some great ones!) this promises to be a really delightful, uplifting evening. There’ll be numbers from some great classics like Phantom of the Opera and Les Miserables plus some hits from newer shows like Matilda and Wicked, and a little preview of Hamilton.

The theatre company are going from strength to strength and it’s fabulous that there is such a diverse age range all working together. There are 22 cast members in this show and they range from 9-60 years old all offering a wonderful ‘Night at The Musicals!’

Also from 10am-4pm Saturday 20th do drop in, as we have the Honiton Health & Wellbeing day. Come along to learn about a whole range of health care issues & services in Honiton with a selection of stalls and talks throughout the day from various community groups, social services, our Hospital and surgery, plus the mental health team. This is also your chance to join the Honiton Posties and sign up for the “Couch to 5K challenge on dementia’- get those trainers on!

John Doyle

We are very excited to have the brilliant Irish guitarist John Doyle here at the Beehive on Friday 26th May at 7.30pm

Impossibly in demand in the studio and on the road, immensely talented and blessed with an acute ear, a wicked sense of rhythm and seemingly endless stream of magic in his playing, composing, performing and producing, John Doyle is solidly establishing himself as one of the most versatile, creative and prolific voices in folk and traditional Irish music.

“A complete rhythm section all on his own” (Chicago Tribune).

“More talent than anybody deserves to have all to themselves” (Philadelphia News).

“Doyle on guitar has risen to a level occupied by him alone. No one in Irish traditional music is a better guitarist than him right now.” (The Wall Street Journal).