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Die Meistersinger Von Nurnberg

12 July 2016

Glyndebourne live broadcast

Die Meistersingers von Nürnberg Hans is the most celebrated of the Mastersingers, a group of poets and musicians who have created complex rules for composing and performing their songs. Their world is turned upside down by free-thinking Walther, who enters their singing competition to win his beloved Eva. The Canadian baritone Gerald Finley is Hans, and American soprano Amanda Majeski is Eva.

5 hours 31 minutes.
Sung in German with English subtitles.


£15.00, £12.50, £10.00

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Romeo and Juliet

07 July 2016

Live broadcast - screened in black and white

The Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company Live cinema season continues with a new vision of Shakespeare’s heartbreaking tale of forbidden love. Branagh and his creative team present a modern passionate version of the classic tragedy. 

A longstanding feud between Verona’s Montague and Capulet families brings about devastating consequences for two young lovers caught in the conflict. 

Reuniting the stars of his celebrated film of Cinderella, Kenneth Branagh directs Richard Madden and Lily James as Romeo and Juliet and Sir Derek Jacobi as Mercutio.



£15.00, £12.50, £10.00

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Edinburgh Fringe Previews

01 July 2016

Popular names from the comedy circuit preview their Edinburgh Fringe shows. 

Friday 1 July: Andrew Maxwell and Larry Dean
Friday 22 July: Henry Paker and Pete Firman

Please note the acts booked are subject to change 


£10.00, £9.00

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Florence Foster Jenkins (PG)

05 July 2016

Director: Stephen Frears.
Duration: 110 mins.
Starring: Meryl Streep, Hugh Grant. UK 2016.

In 1909, at the age of 41, Florence Foster Jenkins received an inheritance that enabled her to realise her operatic ambitions, blithely undeterred by her own inability to sing in tune. Stephen Frears fashions an amusing and often poignant biopic of a woman driven by self-deceit.


£6.00, £5.00

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Once Upon a Time There Were Four Little Rabbits

03 July 2016

Peter Rabbit knows very well that he is not to go into Mr McGregor's garden, especially as it was there that his father met his untimely end and was put into a pie! But he cannot resist, and after several nasty scrapes Peter finally escapes Mr McGregor's clutches and makes it home to a severe telling-off from his mother and early to bed. In the second tale, the second half of our show, Peter and Benjamin go back to the garden to recover Peter's lost clothes. After several scrapes Benjamin's father rescues the rabbits from a cat and they escape with the clothes, leaving Mr McGregor to wonder what had been going on in his garden! Using live music this is a magical show for young and old alike taking them back to the tales of their childhood in a show designed to appeal to all the family.


At East Town Park

Under 3s free For a family ticket please put 4 standard tickets into the basket and at the next stage change them to concessions. Please follow this procedure whether your group consists of 1 adults and 2 children or 1 adult and 3 children. 


£9.00, £7.00, £28 family

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