STRICTLY judge Craig Revel Horwood and comic Omid Djalili are among the acts set to grace the stage at The Point and The Berry Theatre next spring.

Tickets are now on sale for the spring season at the venues in Eastleigh and Hedge End.

At The Point, dance and theatre treats include the acclaimed James Cousins Company with The Next Generation, including Hampshire Youth Dance Company’s premiere of a new piece, Folk Dance Remixed’s Hope, Sophie Ross’ new comedy musical Swings and Roundabouts, and Johnny Donahoe’s warm and uplifting Forgiveness.

For a great night out, socialise at the Stick of Rock Cabaret Club, presented in a traditional set-up, and join the fab-u-lous Craig Revel Horwood for his All Balls and Glitter Tour. Belly laugh at Omid Djalili and new monthly Comedy Networks, and eat, drink and compete at Board Game Café!

The Berry Theatre has lots of fun planned for half-term and beyond. The Long Nose Puppets bring the heart-warming and funny The Hug, whilst Zoo Co’s Messy, created in partnership with the ADHD Foundation, is performed by a deaf and hearing cast with Sign Supported English. April brings The Highland Joker with The Bubble Show.

Laughs are guaranteed with the visits of comedians Shaparak Khorsandi, Kerry Godliman, Aurie Styla, Lou Sanders and Matt Forde, and at the performance of New Old Friends’ riotous whodunnit Crimes Camera Action.

The Ronnie Scott’s All Stars perform The Ronnie Scott’s Story: 60th Anniversary Concert and National Theatre Live screenings include Leopoldstadt, Hex and The Book of Dust: La Belle Sauvage.

Councillor Tonia Craig, operator Eastleigh Borough Council’s Cabinet Member for Health and Social Policy, said: “Cultural activities are so important to wellbeing and it is great that, after such a difficult period, The Point and The Berry Theatre have been able to pull together such a fantastic and varied programme that offers something for everyone – and features some big names.”