Future Programme


Please note that productions/showings and dates are subject to change due to circumstances beyond our control.

Cinema
Stage

21 May 2016
"Room"

"It’s hard to think of a movie adaptation of a book that feels truer and more loyal to its source than Room."

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31 May 2016
"The Knock Knock Comedy Tour"

“Kingsley made us roar with his witty routines about life, love and general embarrassment, throwing in a few brilliant metaphors and mixing them through his intelligent comedy.”

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Cinema
Stage

4 June 2016
"Spotlight"

"A grown-up film about serious people that mercifully escapes any awards-grabbing platitudes, this is more thrilling than most action movies."

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6-11 June 2016
"Whose Life Is It Anyway?"
by Brian Clark
Directed by Rod Wilkinson

"The legal and moral debating give the drama the edge that the best legal plays and films offer." British Theatre Guide

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Cinema
Stage
25 June 2016
"Suffragette"


"Hot-blooded, riveting" The Telegraph

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11-16 July 2016
"Curtains"
by Kander, Ebb & Holmes
Directed by Stephen Duckham

"Mr. Kander and Mr. Ebb, one of the toughest acts to follow on Broadway." New York Times

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Stage
Stage

31 Aug- 3 Sep 2016
Three Play Festival
"Sparrows", "Thermal Underwear", "A Lady of Letters"
Directed by Wendy Anderson, Elaine Freeborn, Caroline McClusky

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3-8 October 2016
"The Diary of Anne Frank"
by Frances Goodrich & Albert Hackett
Directed by Mary MacDonald
"After the interval the man in front of me put his head in his hands. He was not, I believe, Jewish." Kenneth Tynan
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Stage
Stage

7-12 November 2016
"How the Other Half Loves"
by Alan Ayckbourn
Directed by Vanessa Comer

"The laughs come from his juggler's dexterity with words and silences." The Guardian

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18-31 December 2016
"Red Riding Hood"
Written and directed by Stephen Duckham

Family entertainment in the Talisman tradition.

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Stage
Stage

January 2017
"Dial M for Murder"
by Frederick Knott
Directed by Gill Bowser

"Makes you yearn for the days when you could get a contract killer on the phone, rather than an endless list of recorded options and annoying music." The Guardian
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February 2017
"Ladies' Day"
by Amanda Whittington
Directed by Graham Underhill

"Amanda Whittington's exuberantly up-to-the-minute comedy." The Guardian

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