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.

January to March Film Trailers Click Here or for the Reviews Click here

January to March Live Music Videos Click Here

Film Fri 3 Feb Ticket to Paradise (2022) Tickets £6

12A 104 Min Comedy Romance
IMDB 6.2. RT Critics 57% Audience 87%

A divorced couple teams up and travels to Bali to stop their daughter from making the same mistake they think they made 25 years ago.

Director Ol Parker Stars George Clooney, Sean Lynch, Julia Roberts

Film Fri 17 Feb Decision to Leave (2022) Tickets £6

15 138 Min Crime Drama Mystery
IMDB 7.3. RT Critics 94% Audience 87%

A detective investigating a man’s death in the mountains meets the dead man’s mysterious wife in the course of his dogged sleuthing.

Director Park Chan-wook Stars Park Hae-il, Tang Wei, Lea Jung-hyun, Go Kyung-Pyo

Live Music – Sat 18 Feb The Dunwells Tickets £16
The return of The Dunwells, after their sell out gig last time with a great upbeat sound. Book early to avoid disappointment.

The Dunwells are a successful Leeds based indie-folk-pop band with strong vocals, powerful melodies and heartfelt lyrics. 

Film Fri 3 Mar Banshees of Inisherin (2022) Tickets £6

15 114 Min Comedy Drama
IMDB 7.9. RT Critics 98% Audience 76%
Mark Kemodes No 3 of 2022

Two lifelong friends find themselves at an impasse when one abruptly ends their relationship, with alarming consequences for both of them.

Director Martin McDonagh, Stars Collin Farrel, Brendan Gleeson, Kerry Condon, Bary Keoghan

Live Music – Sat 4 Mar Anna Renae Tickets £12

Anna Renae is a pop/folk singer-songwriter, weaving musical stories inspired by life’s complexities.

Anna had a good 2022 playing gigs with Lizzy Hardingham, supporting Daoiri Farrell, Reg Meuross, Jacob & Drinkwater, Emily Mae Winters and Fred’s House. She played at Beardy Folk Festival and Purbeck Valley Folk Festival and will be on the Introducing Stage at The Great British Folk Festival in January.

Film – Fri 17 Mar Aftersun Tickets £6

Mark Kermode’s No 1 Movie of 2022
British Independent Film Awards – Best Film, Director + 6 others
New York Film Critics Circle Awards – Best First Film
12A 102 Min Drama
IMDB 7.9. RT Critics 96% Audience 81%

Sophie reflects on the shared joy and private melancholy of a holiday she took with her father twenty years earlier. Memories real and imagined fill the gaps between as she tries to reconcile the father she knew with the man she didn’t.

Director Charlotte Wells, Stars Paul Mescal, Frankie Corio, Celia Rowlson-Hall, Sally Messham

Theatre – Sat 18 Mar Nothing Happens Tickets £16

Mercè and Patricia always knew that making theatre would be difficult, but when they have to dress up as flamingos in a shopping centre to make ends meet, they seriously consider giving up. Will their shared dream of staging Waiting for Godot get them back on track?

Live Music – Sat 15 Apr Classical Young Musicians Tickets £8

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 Flag Pally (Pianist) Kamilla Bydlowska (Violin) Tickets £16

“Very exciting to hear and see it, and all so close-up. I had a smile on my face all the way though the Saint-Saens Sonata. Where have these two come from?”

Can classical music be entertaining, as well as its many acknowledged benefits? The answer is Yes. In the hands of these two personalities, it is entertaining – and lifts the clouds of these disconcerting times. Kamila Bydlowska and Olga Paliy breeze in from London to Arts for Hungerford with this package and promise

You have standard violin and piano. Then there’s the VIOLIN and PIANO, of Bydlowska and Paliy blowing away the cobwebs – while still giving you the substance. Talent and teamwork, audience involvement, international virtuosity, fun along the way, and the piano igniting the violin to take you somewhere exhilarating.

Live Music – Sat 27 May Tony Moore Tickets £16

Awake is a gentle reminder that we don’t need alarm bells to open our eyes to a new abnormal. Eyes wide shut for over a year, and Tony Moore has fully encapsulated our desire to be human. To be free, to love and be loved and to sleep without fear of waking. Deep breath… Open your eyes. You are back in the room.

Spyros Melaris – Film Maker & Magician