Film – Fri 15 Nov – Shoplifters

And the show went on… 2018 Cert 15 2hr 1minIn Japanese with subtitles Art House/DramaWinner of a Palme d’Or, Cannes Film Festival 2018 7.30pm Croft Hall – Tickets £5 Wryly humorous Osamu and Nobuyo live with their family in a small and isolated house in Tokyo. Having only part-time jobs, they augment their incomeby shoplifting. One day,… Continue reading →

Music – Sat 16 Nov – Philip Daish-Handy & Martin Penrose

Something for Everyone Dream Programme 8pm Croft Hall – Tickets £16 Something for everyone Dynamic English cellist Philip Daish-Handy returns to Hungerford with his accompanist Martin Penrose to present a fascinatingly varied programme. It will include works by Beethoven, Popper, Ravel and Saint Saens as well as Bruch’s beautiful Kol Nidrei, so there is sure to be… Continue reading →

Music – Sat 23 Nov – Contemporary Young Musicians

Stars of the Future Some returning with new songs and some exciting new arrivals 8pm Croft Hall – Tickets £9 Enjoy the best of local up-and-coming young musicians in a great environment, and there’s free entrance for under 18s. This time we have returning talent with Cerea Folkes on piano and Indie band Disorganised plus two new acts. If… Continue reading →

Film – Fri 6 Dec – Stan & Ollie

And the show went on… 2019 Cert PG 1hr 38minComedy/Drama 7.30pm Croft Hall – Tickets £5 Creative Bond It’s 1953, several years after their last film and with their immense celebrity on the wane, renowned comedy double act Stan Laurel (Steve Coogan) and Ollie Hardy ( John C. Reilly ) embark on a modest tour of British seaside towns… Continue reading →

Music – Sat 7 Dec – Ultimate Elton and the Rocket Band

Matchless Tribute The famous Christmas Party Gig 8pm Croft Hall – Tickets £21 Matchless tribute – Returning after 2 years Sure to Sell Fast Some tribute artists look like their idol, some sound like their idol. Paul Bacon as Sir Elton John does both! Close your eyes and you won’t believe your ears, open your eyes and… Continue reading →

Music – Thu 19 Dec – Christmas with the Carice Singers

Purest of Sounds 6.30pm St Lawrence’s Church – Tickets £15, Under 25’s £5, Under 17’s Free Purest of sounds Acclaimed vocal ensemble the Carice Singers bring their trademark pure sound and imaginative choice of music to Hungerford. Founded by conductor George Parris in2011, the choir is one of the UK’s finest vocal ensembles with four recordings for Naxos… Continue reading →

Film – Fri 10 Jan – The Piano

1993 Cert 15 1hr 58minDrama/Romance 7.30pm Croft Hall – Tickets £5 Dark Gothic Romance This renowned film is about a mute piano player and her daughter, set during mid-19th century in a rainy, muddy frontier backwater town on the west coast of New Zealand. Itrevolves around the musician’s passion for playing the piano and her efforts to regain… Continue reading →

Music – Sat 18 Jan – Area Code 629

Nashville sounds 8pm Croft Hall – Tickets £12 Enjoy the best of local up-and-coming young musicians in a great environment, and there’s free entrance for under 18s. This time we have returning talent with Cerea Folkes on piano and Indie band Disorganised plus two new acts. Country band Area Code 629 is made up of some of the UK’s best… Continue reading →

Film – Fri 24 Jan – Yuli

Star dancer 2018 Cert 15 1hr 55minBio/Drama Directed by Iciar Bollain, screenplay by Paul Laverty (who also wrote I Daniel Blake) 7.30pm Croft Hall – Tickets £5 This film traces the story of Cuban dancer Carlos Acosta (who plays himself), from his beginnings in a poor area of Havana and his rise to stardom at one… Continue reading →

Music – Fri 31 Jan – New London Chamber Ensemble

Wind quintet with a difference! 8pm Croft Hall – Tickets £21 For two decades, the New London Chamber Ensemble has challenged traditional ideas of chamber music with its innovative programmes. The members of the emsemble are delighted to begin their 20th year with a special Beethoven-inspired programme, celebrating the 250th anniversary of the composer’s birth.… Continue reading →

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