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  • 1 December 2017

    Hollywood icon Bette Davis, resplendent in midnight blue gown, reflects on her heyday, whilst teetering on the brink of a flagging career. A fascinating insight into the heart and soul of one of the greatest names from the golden age of cinema, this is a superb one-woman theatrical tour de force and a shining example of what live theatre is all about.

  • 1 December 2017

    A real winter-warmer of a folk night packed with rousing tunes and seasonal scrooge-like tomfoolery from double BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2015 Nominee, Jez Lowe and his band.

  • 1 December 2017

    This multi-instrument extravaganza by one of the UK's most successful classical music duos mixes wonderful musicianship, sheer silliness and cheeky audience rapport in a set packed full of quirky musical gems ranging from classical to jazz. Exhilarating and utterly irresistible.

  • 1 December 2017

    barn-storming one-man theatre / comedy / dance re-telling of the story of creation, inspired by John Milton's epic poem 'Paradise Lost'. Performed with shambolic vigour and brilliant audience rapport this is an enchanting, comically charming and very funny show.

  • 1 December 2017

    This exuberant, award-winning puppet company works its magic on a beautiful new adaptation of Kenneth Grahame's evergreen classic riverbank story: gleeful larks, messing about in boats, incorrigible amphibians, 'poop-poop', the menacing Wild Wood, wicked weasels and an almighty dustup to finish with. Join jittery Ratty, amiable Mole, bluff Badger and swaggering Toad on their marvellous adventures. With fantastic homespun fabric puppetry and completely charming original music, the show generates non-stop energy and high good humour from its two-strong cast, wowing audiences.

  • 1 December 2017

    A fabulous two-header delivered by wonderfully gifted performers, the compelling and masterful storyteller Cat Weatherill and the satirical and hilarious deadpan comic Naomi Paul. Irresistibly blending humour and heart, this is a captivating and beautifully crafted show for adults, of stories, comedy songs and musings about being a grown up, and the little indulgencies that make life worth living (chocolate).

  • 2 December 2017

    barn-storming one-man theatre / comedy / dance re-telling of the story of creation, inspired by John Milton's epic poem 'Paradise Lost'. Performed with shambolic vigour and brilliant audience rapport this is an enchanting, comically charming and very funny show.

  • 2 December 2017

    A real winter-warmer of a folk night packed with rousing tunes and seasonal scrooge-like tomfoolery from double BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2015 Nominee, Jez Lowe and his band.

  • 2 December 2017

    Great music by a very special acoustic trio that celebrates the Welsh folk tradition; a joyful brew of breath-taking airs, eminently danceable Celtic jigs and delightful traditional song.

  • 2 December 2017

    This exuberant, award-winning puppet company works its magic on a beautiful new adaptation of Kenneth Grahame's evergreen classic riverbank story: gleeful larks, messing about in boats, incorrigible amphibians, 'poop-poop', the menacing Wild Wood, wicked weasels and an almighty dustup to finish with. Join jittery Ratty, amiable Mole, bluff Badger and swaggering Toad on their marvellous adventures. With fantastic homespun fabric puppetry and completely charming original music, the show generates non-stop energy and high good humour from its two-strong cast, wowing audiences.

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