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60s R&B with the Mod Band

11 April 2015

With The Mod Band live, plus DJs Paul Trinder and Spiv playing playing Motown on the decks. Proceeds to charity.

Tickets

£10.00

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Codebreakers

09 July 2015

Dr Mark Baldwin, presents one of WW2’s most fascinating stories. The Germans entrusted their secret communications to an ingenious ciphering machine, The Enigma which was portable, easily operated, and could be set up in millions of ways as the codes used were changed every 24 hours. The Allied Codebreakers, who cracked the secret messages used the intelligence gained to hasten Allied victory. This show is visually illustrated with some excellent slides and features a working Enigma Machine.

Tickets

£12.50, £10.00

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Monkey Nuts Comedy Club

26 April 2015

3 stand-up comics to tickle your funny bone. 

With Rob Rouse, Mike Gunn and Suzie Ruffell (subject to change) 

JOIN: Monkey Nuts membership is only £1.00, you get reduced ticket prices on all future Monkey Nuts events and also hear first about up-coming special events (such as the Alan Carr and Jon Richardson previews). Call the Box Office to join.

SEATING: Cabaret style – tables and chairs, groups of 6 can reserve a table.

SOCIAL MEDIA: Changes to the programme will be announced via Twitter and Facebook.

Tickets

£9.00, £8.00

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Love is Strange (15)

30 March 2015

Director: Ira Sachs, USA, 2015
Duration: 1 hour 38 minutes
Starring: Alfred Molina, John Lithgow, Marisa Tomei


Long-term New York lovers Ben and George embrace the new legality of gay marriage by getting hitched, only to find George sacked by his intolerant employer. Now unable to afford their apartment, they’re obliged to live separately with friends and family, an arrangement that comes with pressures that none of those involved could have imagined. 

Tickets

£6.00, £5.00, £4.50

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The Magic Porridge Pot

01 April 2015

Splodge that porridge! Slurp that soup! Snap that biscuit!

 

On today’s menu, a trio of traditional and tasty tales to tantalize and tease.  For starters,  the magic pot which won’t stop producing porridge.  The main course is a delicious soup made from the scrummiest stone in the world and for pudding (if you can catch it) we have a walking talking Gingerbread Man, who is just asking to be munched!  Oh Crumbs! These three old  yarns are served with unexpected spices and quirky flavours , puppets and original music.  Bon Appetit!

Suitable for ages 3 .

Tickets

£5.00, £18.00

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