Mrs Brown's Boys is a BAFTA award-winning comedy series, written by and starring Brendan O'Carroll, which first aired on the BBC in early 2011. In the series, Brendan O'Carroll plays the foul-mouthed Irish matriarch Agnes Brown. The TV show has been described as "Father Ted meets The Royale Family!".
A Question of Sport is a hugely popular BBC sports quiz programme that has been running for over 40 years. During that time the two teams have been captained by sporting greats such as Bobby Charlton, Gareth Edwards, Emlyn Hughes and Ian Botham. The current team captains are Matt Dawson and Phil Tufnell who both provide plenty of banter during the show.
CBeebies is a hugely popular children's TV channel that is produced by the BBC. It features highly entertaining and educational programmes such as: Mr Bloom's Nursery, Zingzillas, Gigglebiz, Justin's House, I Can Cook, In the Night Garden and Show Me Show Me, to name just a handful.
Disney On Ice is a series of touring ice shows, produced by Feld Entertainment, which feature figure skaters dressed as popular Disney characters. Several productions are on tour at any one given time, with shows being performed all over the world.
Diversity rewrote the street-dance book with their highly original routines, choreographed by lead member Ashley Banjo. The dance troupe won Britain's Got Talent in 2009 – famously beating Susan Boyle in the live final.
The Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular is a live arena show, which features a host of the Doctor's famous adversaries – including the iconic Daleks and Cybermen, the spine-chilling Silence and many more fan favourites.
Master magician Dynamo has been wowing British TV audiences for the past few years with his amazing tricks and incredible illusions. Dynamo will swap the small screen for the stage when he embarks on a live tour in 2015 and 2016.
Glee is the hugely successful musical-comedy series from the US which centres on a high school glee club, New Directions. The pilot was first broadcast in May 2009 and was met with immediate praise. The first series was nominated for four Golden Globes, nineteen Emmy Awards and 63 other awards.
Holiday On Ice is a theatrical production staged entirely on ice. The show features world class skaters performing spectacularly choreographed routines, accompanied by music that has been composed especially for the show. Holiday On Ice originated in the USA during the early 1940s, but today there are a number of productions touring simultaneously, visiting more than 100 cities around the world.
BBC Worldwide and award-winning composer Nitin Sawhney have joined forces to create Human Planet Live, a live orchestral performance set against the backdrop of a cinematic presentation of scenes from the hit BBC Earth natural history series, Human Planet.
Ice Age Live is a theatrical production based on the popular Ice Age series of animated films. The stage show features the main characters from the film, in puppet form, taking part in a brand new adventure. Audiences can expect to be wowed by ice skating, aerial arts and film in a wonderful musical spectacular.
In the Night Garden is a wonderful children's TV programme that is shown daily on CBeebies, just before bedtime. Many a parent will testify that the show has a welcome calming effect on their young kids before they go to bed. The show features the main character Iggle Piggle, his good friends Upsy Daisy and Makka Pakka, plus many other interesting characters.
Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber's legendary rock classic Jesus Christ Superstar first opened in London's West End in 1972. To celebrate the 40th anniversary of this incredibly successful rock opera, a first-ever UK arena tour took place in the autumn of 2012.
Justin Fletcher is, right now, the biggest star of children's TV in this country. The majority of pre-school kids in the UK will have laughed along with Justin during one of his shows on CBeebies. Justin is the star of Something Special, Gigglebiz, Justin's House and many other programmes on CBeebies.
Michael Jackson: The Immortal World Tour is presented by the world renowned Cirque Du Soleil group. The show promises to capture the essence, soul and inspiration of the King of Pop, through the use of his music and lyrics.
Riverdance is the Irish dancing phenomenon that came to prominence during the 1994 Eurovision Song Contest. In summary, it is story of the Irish culture and of the Irish immigration to America. Since its watershed moment in 1994, Riverdance has been performed to packed audiences across the globe.
The Rocky Horror Show, written by Richard O'Brien, first hit the stage in London in 1973. Jim Sharman (of Jesus Christ Superstar fame) worked with Richard O'Brien to bring Riff Raff, Frank N Furter and Rocky to the stage and bless us with the great Time Warp. Rocky Horror has achieved cult status and almost thirty audio recordings have been made of the show.
Strictly Come Dancing first hit our TV screens back in 2004. Now hosted by Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman, the TV show has been a huge ratings hit for the BBC. Winners of the show include: cricketer Darren Gough, singer-turned-judge Alesha Dixon, TV presenter Chris Hollins and Olympic gymnast Louis Smith.
The Sessions is a multi-million pound stage show, which is based around a live re-staging of The Beatles at Abbey Road. The show features a state-of-the-art reproduction of the iconic Abbey Road Studio 2, seven vocalists (two 'Johns', two 'Pauls', two 'Georges' and one 'Ringo') and a 21-piece orchestra.
Jeff Wayne's Musical Version of The War Of The Worlds is a concept album that was first released in 1978. The album is based on HG Wells' 1898 novel of the same name, which tells the story of an alien invasion on planet Earth, and the eventual fall of the alien species as a result of their inability to deal with our smallest organisms - bacteria and viruses.