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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 14 Apr: Living – Tickets £6
IMDB 7.4 Rotten Tomatoes Critics 96% Audience 86%
LIVING, starring Bill Nighy, is the story of an ordinary man, reduced by years of oppressive office routine to a shadow existence, who at the eleventh hour makes a supreme effort to turn his dull life into something wonderful.
Live Music – Sat 15 Apr: Classical Young Musicians
Your chance to listen to some local aspiring stars. Past players have included members of The National Youth Orchestra and The National Youth Brass band and have gone on to be BBC Young Musicians of the year finalists and continue their studies at major Uk conservatoire.
Our aim is to provide a varied programme of 6 – 8 players on different instruments having the opportunity to play in front of a fee paying audience.
Live Music – Sat 22 Apr: Olga Paliy (Pianist) & Kamilla Bydlowska (Violin) Tickets £16
You may have heard Polish-born, London-based violinist Kamilla Bydlowska on Classic FM and Radio 3. She has appeared in venues and festivals in Europe, Asia and America. Together with award-winning Ukrainian pianist Olga Paliy, they are set to deliver an evening of entertaining classical music.
Bringing the freedom of jazzy Gershwin and Piazzolla Tango alongside the momentum of Brahms and Saint-Saens, there might also be Prokofiev’s Dance Of The Knights theme music of The Apprentice and a few surprises along the way.
Talent and teamwork, audience involvement and international virtuosity guarantee fun along the way – the piano igniting the violin to take you somewhere exhilarating. Book now!
Live Music – Sat 27 May: Tony Moore, AWAKE Tickets £16
Tony Moore is a multi-talented artist whose career spans decades. From his beginnings as an original member of Iron Maiden, to his Christmas hit in Holland with his own band Radio Java to recording and touring with Cutting Crew – Tony Moore has done it all.
AWAKE is an extraordinary one man show that blurs the lines between art, theatre and musical performance. It takes audiences on an emotional journey that is both exciting and life-affirming.
“If Pink Floyd and Genesis had a child it would be the legend that is Tony Moore!”
Film – Fri 28 Apr: She Said. Tickets £6
15 129 Min Drama/History
IMDB 7.2. RT Critics 88% Audience 91%
New York Times reporters Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor break one of the most important stories in a generation – a story that helped ignite a movement and shattered decades of silence around the subject of sexual assault in Hollywood.
Starring: Carey Mulligan, Koe Kazan, Patrica Clarkson
Film – Fri 12 May: Tar. Tickets £6
1 102 Min Drama
IMDB 7.9. RT Critics 96% Audience 81%
Set in the international world of Western classical music, the film centers on Lydia Tár, widely considered one of the greatest living composer-conductors and the very first female director of a major German orchestra.
Literature & Music – Sat 24 June: 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.