DON’T miss the deliciously dark thriller The Nightmare Room at The Haymarket from Tuesday, 12 to Thursday, 14 February.

This new play written by John Goodrum, based on a tale by the master of mystery Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, is a classic chiller, telling the tale of friendship, infidelity, jealousy and revenge.

Two women, friends since childhood, are feuding over the same man. One of the women is married to him, and the other has been conducting an affair behind her back.

When Helen regains consciousness, she finds herself bound and blindfolded in a locked room. Her captor Catherine challenges her to a deadly game of Russian roulette to decide which of them will win the handsome film star they both desire.

This is more than just a fight for love - this is a fight for life. Which woman will win her freedom and the man they both love?

On Saturday, 16 February, The Haymarket celebrates the life and music of one of the world’s greatest jazz singers, Billie Holiday, when David McAlmont gives his interpretations of the Lady Day catalogue while quoting from her extraordinary life story.

The show includes many of the most well-known Holiday songs, ranging – as did the Carnegie Hall concert – from the optimism of her 1930s work What a Little Moonlight Can Do, Fine and Mellow through her 1940s torch songs My Man, I Cover The Waterfront to her self-penned hits Don’t Explain and Lady Sings The Blues.

I'm a Celebrity winner Harry Redknapp is coming to The Anvil on September 25 for an evening of tales of the jungle and of a football manager's life.

Harry will also host a Q&A with the audience, giving the opportunity to ask all your burning questions. VIP tickets are available where you can have your photo taken with Harry before the show (so bring your camera!), and receive a signed photo.

Named by the Guinness Book of Records as ‘the world’s greatest living explorer’, Sir Ranulph Fiennes comes to The Anvil on June 27.

Having spent his life in pursuit of extreme adventure, risking life and limb in some of the most ambitious private expeditions ever undertaken, Fiennes was the first to reach both Poles, the first to cross the Antarctic and Arctic Ocean, and the first to circumnavigate the world along its polar axis.

In Living Dangerously, he will offer a personal journey through his life, from his early years to the present day taking in childhood and school misdemeanours, his army life and early expeditions, right through the Transglobe Expedition to his current Global Reach Challenge - his goal to become the first person in the world to cross both polar ice caps and climb the highest mountain on each of the seven continents.

For details of all the shows now on sale visit or call the Anvil Arts box office on 01256 844244.