We want to introduce the young to great performances so under 18’s are Free for all events when accompanied by an adult.
Fri 23 Nov – A Man Called Ove
Loved by critics and audience alike IMDB 7.7 Rotten Critic 91 Rotten Audience 87
Ove is the angry old man next door, who has given up on life and spends his time enforcing the housing association rules and tending his wife’s grave. Then a young family move in next door and after a shaky start we discover more of Ove’s life and are reminded that never judge a book by it’s cover and a life shared is more enjoyable.
Sat 24 Nov – The London Classical Trio
John Paul Elkins – Piano ,Jonathan Rees – Cello, James Toll – Fiddle
Three of the finest Chamber musicians in the UK. They’ve performed in many of the world’s finest concert halls and festivals, and now they are in Hungerford.
Sat 1 Dec – Tony O’Mally Band
Start the festive season with the Tony O’Malley Band. A regular feature at Ronnie Scott’s and the 606 club with a great young band.
The influence of greats like Ray Charles, Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, Richard Tee and Steely Dan is plain to hear in his eleven solo albums. But Tony’s own style, energy and personality shine through in every show.
Fri 7 Dec – The Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Society
London 1946. Juliet a young writer head off to Guernsey to find out about the mysterious society. as the secrets from the wartime past unfold, Juliet’s growing attachment to the island, the book club and her affection for Dawsey, will change the course of her life forever.
Fri 25 Jan – London Haydn Quartet
British Quartet displays all the character of fine wine.
Formed in 2001 the quartet specialise in performing the 70 Haydn quartets as Haydn would have heard them.violinists Catherine Manson and Michael Gurevich, violist James Boyd and cellist Jonathan Manson. They perform across the world, read a review of their performance at the Sydney Opera House Click Here
Programme Mozart K.575, Beethoven op. 18 no. 6, Haydn op. 77 no. 2