TWO Eastleigh theatres have announced their spring programme.

The Point and The Berry Theatre have released their programme across two venues offers everything from dance, circus, family shows, workshops and classes to theatre, music, comedy and film.

At The Point, Olivier Award-winning Botis Seva brings awe-inspiring contemporary dance with BLKDOG on April 30, and venue favourites 2Faced Dance return with stirring triple bill Everything [But the Girl] February 14 and 15.

Circomedia’s Omni will take place on January 28 plus a comprehensive range of dance classes for all ages and abilities, workshops, development opportunities for students and professionals as part of a Health and Wellbeing Weekend on February 1.

Theatre highlights include Dead Good (March 12; Unbelievable Science April 15; CBeebies’ Sarah and Duck April 18; The Day I Fell Into A Book March 20 and 21; and toooB February 20.

At The Berry Theatre, it’s Twirlywoo time on May 22 and 23; Shark in the Park February 17 and 18; Hi-De-Hi’s Jeffery Holland with his Stan Laurel one man show and This Is My Friend Mr Laurel January 24; and Round the Horne returns on February 27.

Laughs will also come courtesy of Suzi Ruffell on February 22.

Parents of young kids will enjoy a night out to stand up Sam Avery’s Toddlergeddon on March 13 and a trip with the kids to Saturday Storytime’s enchanted wood.