Music, panto and mediumship are all part of 2014’s lineup at The Empire Theatre, Halstead.

Get down to some rock ‘n’ roll and celebrate the life of Elvis Presley with a concert by Wesley Presley, his Aloha Singers and band on January 12 at 7.30pm, featuring hits from the King such as Hound Dog, Suspicious Minds and Jailhouse Rock.

Then watch Little Red Riding Hood and her escape from the Big Bad Wolf between January 24 until the 26 at various times.

Directed by Andy Barton and written by Kate Evans, the adaptation is a show suitable for the whole family and will delight young and old alike.

On February 2, psychic Tony Stockwell is back by popular demand with an evening of mediumship starting at 7.30pm.

The medium of the Psychic Private Eyes and Psychic Academy gives a compelling performance, delivered with emotion sensitivity and empathy.

Any demonstration is an experiment and results are not guarenteed but a remarkable, amazingly detailed and always humorous show is.

March 16 will see Robert Wolfe, a leading interpreter of the theatre organ, take to the stage for an afternoon concert from 2.30pm.

For information about shows and to book tickets call the box office 07778 025490 between 12noon and 10pm daily or visit