28 February 2015
Who was the real king of rock ‘n’ roll? Elvis The Pelvis? Or The Killer – Jerry Lee Lewis?
This is your opportunity to decide as the two come head to head! Be excited once more by the sheer energy of Elvis’s hits such as Hound Dog, All Shook Up, Don’t Be Cruel and Teddy Bear and Jerry Lee Lewis’ hits such as Great Balls of Fire, Whole Lotta Shakin’, High School Confidential and Breathless. When the show is over, you choose who was the true king and invite them back for one final curtain call.
£15.00Find out more > >
04 March 2015
Royal Shakespeare Company Live broadcast
Or Much Ado About Nothing
Shakespeare's comedy about two pairs of lovers, Benedick and Beatrice, and Claudio and Hero, was probably first performed in late 1598 or early the following year. The war is over. The soldiers have returned. Pedro, Prince of Aragon, with his followers Benedick and Claudio, visits Leonato, Duke of Messina, father of Hero and uncle of Beatrice.
£15.00, £12.50, £10.00Find out more > >
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.
£9.00, £8.00Find out more > >
28 March 2015
Director: Richard Linklater, USA, 2014
Duration: 2 hours 26 minutes
Starring: Patricia Arquette, Ethan Hawke, Ellar Coltrane
Re-released following its nomination for six Oscars, this remarkable film, was shot periodically over a 12 year period. It follows Mason’s life from the ages of six to 18 as he grows from squabbling with his older sister, arguing Star Wars lore with his dad, to having his heart broken by an out-of-his league first love.
£6.00, £5.00Find out more > >
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 .
£5.00, £18.00Find out more > >