02 June 2016
The New Yorker performs an enticing mix of American acoustic blues, roots and jazz guitar all played with passion and sensitivity. Woody is one of the world’s most renowned guitar masters and song-story tellers and even taught Paul Simon how to play!
£12.00Find out more > >
08 June 2016
Centre Stage Company and Haverhill Silver Band combine to bring the stage version of the 1990s hit film about miners, music, despair and defiance, all laced with gritty northern humour.
Grimley Colliery is set to close as accountants say there's more money in it shut than open. It means 1,200 job losses, a dying town and the demise of its brass band. But under the leadership of Danny, coughing with coal-dusted lungs, the band is somehow transformed into British champions. Young miner and bandsman Andy is re-united with his childhood sweetheart who has returned to the town and joined the band. But his hopes of completing his 14-year-old 'top half only' fumbling behind the bus station look doomed when it emerges she is working for management.
Described as 'touching and savage', this 'great and terrible' story seems as resonant today as it was in post-Thatcher Britain.
Please note this production includes smoking on stage and some adult language.
£10.00 to £13.00Find out more > >
13 June 2016
Tuesday 24 May 7.30pm
Monday 13 June 1.30pm
Director: Dexter Fletcher, UK/USA, 2016.
Starring: Taron Egerton, Hugh Jackman, Keith Allen, Christopher Walken
Duration: 1 hour 46 minutes
The literally uplifting story of have-a-go ski jumper Eddie Edwards, one of Britain’s best-known sporting figures – as famous for losing as he was for winning, but dearly loved for his tireless enthusiasm and eccentricities. Eddie The Eagle isn’t about being the best; it’s about overcoming adversity, having your moment in the spotlight and enjoying every minute of it.
£6.00, £5.00, £4.50Find out more > >
02 June 2016
Blunderbus Theatre Company
A brand new adaptation of a timeless tale, especially for little sorcerers aged 3 – 7. Charlie Hubble is a little boy with a very big dream, he wants to be a world-class magician. So, he saves up his pocket money to buy The Big Book of Magic and sets off to Mr Zacoor’s Shop to buy it. But Mr Zacoor is no ordinary shopkeeper, he’s a real life Sorcerer! And he has a very special job for Charlie.
£6.00, £5.00Find out more > >