2023 – Jan – June New Programme

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There is much in life to be concerned about. Our aim this season is to bring fun, happiness and community spirit by creating a space where you can relax, feel valued and at times challenged.

Our amazing venue with cafe style seating, a bar open 30 mins before performances and professional sound, projection and lighting.

Film – Fri 9 Jun: What’s Love Got to do with It – Tickets £6

Cert 12A IMDB 6.3 Rotten Tomato Critics 76%

In London, an award-winning film-maker documents her best friend’s journey into an assisted marriage in line with his family’s Pakistani heritage. In the process, she challenges her own attitude towards relationships.

Childrens Arts Festival Sat 17 Jun: Free

Free thanks to the support of our generous sponsors The Arts Society of Hungerford, Greenham Common Trust and Hungerford Town and Manor

We want to give every local child the opportunity to participate in the arts, so come along prepared to get messy and enjoy painting, drumming, silk screen printing, circus skills, write a story, bubble making, stories and songs.

Bring a picnic and enjoy the day.

Film – Fri 23 June: Corsage – Tickets £6

114m Cert 15 IMDB 7.9 Rotten Tomato Critics 94% Audience 86%

A fictional account of one year in the life of Empress Elisabeth of Austria. On Christmas Eve 1877, Elisabeth, once idolized for her beauty, turns 40 and is officially deemed an old woman; she starts trying to maintain her public image.

Literature & Music – Sat 1 July : An Evening of Words & Music with Sarah Steele. Tickets £10

An evening of words and music as Sarah Steele is interviewed by Dave Harries about her latest WW2 novel The Lost Song of Paris. 

As well as outlining MI6 operations in Paris and the agent shuttle service provided by a secret RAF squadron, the story of a concert pianist operating in occupied France draws on Sarah’s own experience of training as a musician.

Former Gloucestershire Young Musician of the Year Adam Heron will perform works featured in the novel, including Chopin and Beethoven, as well as repertoire from his current recital programme. Hungerford Bookshop will be selling Sarah Steele’s novels on the night, which she will be happy to sign.

You can enjoy a delicious supper after the event cooked by The Funghi Club. Add on the supper when booking your ticket on Eventbrite.