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SATURDAY 1 FEBRUARY, 4PM

Cube Theatre Freddy Dare and Ginger the Robber

Cube Theatre transports you on an epic adventure through striking visual effects, original music and a dazzling script. Fred Andrews is living a lonely and sad existence when he discovers a mysterious package in a wardrobe and an unexpected visitor in the shed.

£6.50 (£5.50 concessions), £20 family

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SATURDAY 1 FEBRUARY, 4PM

Cube Theatre Freddy Dare and Ginger the Robber

Cube Theatre transports you on an epic adventure through striking visual effects, original music and a dazzling script. Fred Andrews is living a lonely and sad existence when he discovers a mysterious package in a wardrobe and an unexpected visitor in the shed.

£6.50 (£5.50 concessions), £20 family

SATURDAY 1 FEBRUARY, 8PM

Cube Theatre Aubade

A young, trainee teacher arrives at a failing school, determined to raise the aspirations of poverty-line pupils with the help of her middle aged mentor.

Contains strong language and violence, for ages 15+

£8 (£7 concessions), limited £1 tickets for under 16s

THURSDAY 13 FEBRUARY, 7.30PM

Gordie Mackeeman and His Rhythm Boys

Returning to The Pound after a sell-out festival performance, Gordie Mackeeman and His Rhythm boys serve up old time roots music with an energy level that practically yanks you out of your seat.

£12 (£11 concessions)

WEDNESDAY 19 FEBRUARY, 1PM

Lunchtime Recital Woodford Piano Trio

Awarded Cardiff Violins Chamber Competition 2012 for their performance of a Haydn piano trio, Woodford piano trio will be performing works by Beethoven, Dvorak and Piazzolla.

£6 (£5 concessions)

FRIDAY 21 FEBRUARY, 8.30PM

FREE FRIDAY Bartoune

Formed in 2008 in Bristol, Charlotte Ostafew (baritone sax/vocals), Seb Gutiez (guitar) and Tom Allen (double bass) forge a unique and compelling Hot Club style outfit.

Free, no ticket required

SATURDAY 22 FEBRUARY, 3PM

Freehand Theatre Who’s been Sitting in My Chair?

A delightful and playful version of a well-known tale – with porridge and bears and one-two-three chairs, a tale that’s not too big and not too small but just right.

£6.50 (£5.50 concessions), £20 family

FRIDAY 28 FEBRUARY, 7.30PM

Venue TBC, Trowbridge

Gavin Robertson Crusoe

Sea, sand, sex and space!…this darkly comic solo show creates an urban and cinematic world where a hitman, a middle-aged white male and an Alzheimer’s sufferer share their stories and thoughts, amid the mishaps of being single.

£8 (£7 concessions)

FILM

TUESDAY 4 FEBRUARY, 7.30PM

The Great Beauty (15)

Jep Gambardella, a once acclaimed novelist-turned-columnist, through whose world-weary eyes we witness the decadence of a bankrupt culture consuming itself. The result is a brilliant, stunning shot satire of life in Berlusconi’s Italy.

£6 (£5 concessions), £3.50 under 16s and full time students

THURSDAY 6 FEBRUARY, 11AM & 7.30PM

The Selfish Giant

Set on the outskirts of Bradford, the film follows two young boys Arbor and Swifty, and their dealings with a local scrap dealer.

£6 (£5 concessions), £3.50 under 16s and full time students

TUESDAY 18 FEBRUARY, 7.30PM

Gloria

A story set in Santiago and centered on Gloria, a free-spirited older woman and the realities of her whirlwind relationship with a former naval officer whom she meets out in the clubs.

£6 (£5 concessions), £3.50 under 16s and full time students

THURSDAY 20 FEBRUARY, 11AM & 7.30PM

Rush

Set against the sexy and glamorous golden age of racing, Rush portrays the exhilarating true story of charismatic Hunt and the methodically brilliant Lauda, two of the greatest rivals the world of sports has ever witnessed.

£6 (£5 concessions), £3.50 under 16s and full time students

THURSDAY 27 FEBRUARY, 11AM & 7.30PM

Blue Jasmine

Cate Blanchett takes the lead in Woody Allen’s new film. It details Jasmine’s (Cate Blanchett) fall from New York after her husband (Alec Balwin) is convicted of grand larceny. She is forced to live with her adopted sister in a poor San Francisco district.

£6 (£5 concessions), £3.50 under 16s and full time students

FRIDAY 28 FEBRUARY, 4PM

Planes

Planes is an animated story of an ambitious pleane withan unfortunate fear of heights. Dusty Crophopper has high hopes for competing in an around the world aerial race, so he turns to a naval aviator to help him.

£6 (£5 concessions), £3.50 under 16s and full time students

VISUAL ARTS

SATURDAY 8 FEBRUARY – SATURDAY 22 MARCH

Exhibition: Bath Textile Artists

The Bath Textile Artists have been inspired by the wealth of the Wiltshire landscape and history to create pieces using a variety of different techniques.

Free entry

TAKE PART Children and young people

TUESDAY 18 FEBRUARY, 11AM-12PM

Storytelling Adventures

For young families with children aged 6 and under.

Come on a magical adventure with author Krysia Chrzanowska-Hunt for a morning of storytelling, singing and crafty activities. Price admits one adult and child.

£4

WEDNESDAY 5 FEBRUARY, 10AM-12PM

Weaving Workshop

Ages 8+

This workshop will teach you how to weave using simple laser-cut looms. Come and try something new and create your own piece of textile art.

£10

TAKE PART Adults

SATURDAY 8 FEBRUARY, 12PM – 2PM

Crafty Saturday

Drop in to our crafty workshop with Mazy Bartlett, The Corsham School’s artist in residence. Join in the fun, get creative and get messy!

Free, no ticket required

TUESDAY 19 FEBRUARY, 10AM-4PM

Introduction to Feltmaking

Somerset based artist and felt maker Gladys Paulus teaches a one day course in felt making. Learn how to create flat and 3-dimentional felt using different methods.

Suitable for beginners.

£38

TUESDAYS WEEKLY, 11AM – 12PM

Dancing Through Time

Join Kara as she guides you through gentle chair based routines to improve your health and fitness, as well as promoting the mobilization of your joints. These weekly classes are also a great opportunity to socialise and meet new people.

£3

RURAL TOURING

SATURDAY 8 FEBRUARY, 7.30PM

Buffalo Gals

Champion Maryland fiddler Kate Lissauer leads this six piece old-time string band, bringing music and fun wherever it goes. The music is derived from traditional roots music of Southern America. The ensemble of fiddle, banjo, guitar, ukulele, bass and ‘septatune’, uses lively and soulful tunes.

North Bradley Village Hall

Tickets: 01225 765644

SATURDAY 15 FEBRUARY, 5.30PM

PanGottic Theatre Logic of Nothing

This Heath Robinson-inspired piece of circus theatre is an exploration into the relationship between man, circus and contraption using a blend of clown, juggling, magic and invention, all set to a live soundtrack.

Doynton Village Hall

Tickets: 01179 372556

THURSDAY 20 FEBRUARY, 7.30PM

Sam Lee Forever England – Song and the First World War

Unearthing the folk songs and personal stories and personal stories from wartime Pewsey, awards-winning folk singer Sam Lee and his band will exclusively present new arrangements and songs in a captivating evening of folk song, story-telling and more, marking the centenary of the First World War.

Bouverie Hall, Pewsey

Tickets: 01672 562584

FRIDAY 21 FEBRUARY, 7.30PM

SATURDAY 22 FEBRUARY, 7.30PM

Tim Kliphuis Trio The Gypsy Seasons

Delivering the most breathtaking instrumental show you’ll ever hear all year, this world famous trio are not to be missed. Dutchman Tim Kliphius (violin) and top Scots Nigel Clark (guitar) and Roy Percy (bass) perform a profoundedly musical blend of gypsy jazz, classical and folk music.

Bowerchalke Village Hall

Tickets: 01725 552384

Oaksey Village Hall

Tickets: 01666 575117

BOX OFFICE: 01249 701628

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A young, trainee teacher arrives at a failing school, determined to raise the aspirations of poverty-line pupils with the help of her middle aged mentor.

Contains strong language and violence, for ages 15+

£8 (£7 concessions), limited £1 tickets for under 16s

THURSDAY 13 FEBRUARY, 7.30PM

Gordie Mackeeman and His Rhythm Boys

Returning to The Pound after a sell-out festival performance, Gordie Mackeeman and His Rhythm boys serve up old time roots music with an energy level that practically yanks you out of your seat.

£12 (£11 concessions)

WEDNESDAY 19 FEBRUARY, 1PM

Lunchtime Recital Woodford Piano Trio

Awarded Cardiff Violins Chamber Competition 2012 for their performance of a Haydn piano trio, Woodford piano trio will be performing works by Beethoven, Dvorak and Piazzolla.

£6 (£5 concessions)

FRIDAY 21 FEBRUARY, 8.30PM

FREE FRIDAY Bartoune

Formed in 2008 in Bristol, Charlotte Ostafew (baritone sax/vocals), Seb Gutiez (guitar) and Tom Allen (double bass) forge a unique and compelling Hot Club style outfit.

Free, no ticket required

SATURDAY 22 FEBRUARY, 3PM

Freehand Theatre Who’s been Sitting in My Chair?

A delightful and playful version of a well-known tale – with porridge and bears and one-two-three chairs, a tale that’s not too big and not too small but just right.

£6.50 (£5.50 concessions), £20 family

FRIDAY 28 FEBRUARY, 7.30PM

Venue TBC, Trowbridge

Gavin Robertson Crusoe

Sea, sand, sex and space!…this darkly comic solo show creates an urban and cinematic world where a hitman, a middle-aged white male and an Alzheimer’s sufferer share their stories and thoughts, amid the mishaps of being single.

£8 (£7 concessions)

FILM

TUESDAY 4 FEBRUARY, 7.30PM

The Great Beauty (15)

Jep Gambardella, a once acclaimed novelist-turned-columnist, through whose world-weary eyes we witness the decadence of a bankrupt culture consuming itself. The result is a brilliant, stunning shot satire of life in Berlusconi’s Italy.

£6 (£5 concessions), £3.50 under 16s and full time students

THURSDAY 6 FEBRUARY, 11AM & 7.30PM

The Selfish Giant

Set on the outskirts of Bradford, the film follows two young boys Arbor and Swifty, and their dealings with a local scrap dealer.

£6 (£5 concessions), £3.50 under 16s and full time students

TUESDAY 18 FEBRUARY, 7.30PM

Gloria

A story set in Santiago and centered on Gloria, a free-spirited older woman and the realities of her whirlwind relationship with a former naval officer whom she meets out in the clubs.

£6 (£5 concessions), £3.50 under 16s and full time students

THURSDAY 20 FEBRUARY, 11AM & 7.30PM

Rush

Set against the sexy and glamorous golden age of racing, Rush portrays the exhilarating true story of charismatic Hunt and the methodically brilliant Lauda, two of the greatest rivals the world of sports has ever witnessed.

£6 (£5 concessions), £3.50 under 16s and full time students

THURSDAY 27 FEBRUARY, 11AM & 7.30PM

Blue Jasmine

Cate Blanchett takes the lead in Woody Allen’s new film. It details Jasmine’s (Cate Blanchett) fall from New York after her husband (Alec Balwin) is convicted of grand larceny. She is forced to live with her adopted sister in a poor San Francisco district.

£6 (£5 concessions), £3.50 under 16s and full time students

FRIDAY 28 FEBRUARY, 4PM

Planes

Planes is an animated story of an ambitious pleane withan unfortunate fear of heights. Dusty Crophopper has high hopes for competing in an around the world aerial race, so he turns to a naval aviator to help him.

£6 (£5 concessions), £3.50 under 16s and full time students

VISUAL ARTS

SATURDAY 8 FEBRUARY – SATURDAY 22 MARCH

Exhibition: Bath Textile Artists

The Bath Textile Artists have been inspired by the wealth of the Wiltshire landscape and history to create pieces using a variety of different techniques.

Free entry

TAKE PART Children and young people

TUESDAY 18 FEBRUARY, 11AM-12PM

Storytelling Adventures

For young families with children aged 6 and under.

Come on a magical adventure with author Krysia Chrzanowska-Hunt for a morning of storytelling, singing and crafty activities. Price admits one adult and child.

£4

WEDNESDAY 5 FEBRUARY, 10AM-12PM

Weaving Workshop

Ages 8+

This workshop will teach you how to weave using simple laser-cut looms. Come and try something new and create your own piece of textile art.

£10

TAKE PART Adults

SATURDAY 8 FEBRUARY, 12PM – 2PM

Crafty Saturday

Drop in to our crafty workshop with Mazy Bartlett, The Corsham School’s artist in residence. Join in the fun, get creative and get messy!

Free, no ticket required

TUESDAY 19 FEBRUARY, 10AM-4PM

Introduction to Feltmaking

Somerset based artist and felt maker Gladys Paulus teaches a one day course in felt making. Learn how to create flat and 3-dimentional felt using different methods.

Suitable for beginners.

£38

TUESDAYS WEEKLY, 11AM – 12PM

Dancing Through Time

Join Kara as she guides you through gentle chair based routines to improve your health and fitness, as well as promoting the mobilization of your joints. These weekly classes are also a great opportunity to socialise and meet new people.

£3

RURAL TOURING

SATURDAY 8 FEBRUARY, 7.30PM

Buffalo Gals

Champion Maryland fiddler Kate Lissauer leads this six piece old-time string band, bringing music and fun wherever it goes. The music is derived from traditional roots music of Southern America. The ensemble of fiddle, banjo, guitar, ukulele, bass and ‘septatune’, uses lively and soulful tunes.

North Bradley Village Hall

Tickets: 01225 765644

SATURDAY 15 FEBRUARY, 5.30PM

PanGottic Theatre Logic of Nothing

This Heath Robinson-inspired piece of circus theatre is an exploration into the relationship between man, circus and contraption using a blend of clown, juggling, magic and invention, all set to a live soundtrack.

Doynton Village Hall

Tickets: 01179 372556

THURSDAY 20 FEBRUARY, 7.30PM

Sam Lee Forever England – Song and the First World War

Unearthing the folk songs and personal stories and personal stories from wartime Pewsey, awards-winning folk singer Sam Lee and his band will exclusively present new arrangements and songs in a captivating evening of folk song, story-telling and more, marking the centenary of the First World War.

Bouverie Hall, Pewsey

Tickets: 01672 562584

FRIDAY 21 FEBRUARY, 7.30PM

SATURDAY 22 FEBRUARY, 7.30PM

Tim Kliphuis Trio The Gypsy Seasons

Delivering the most breathtaking instrumental show you’ll ever hear all year, this world famous trio are not to be missed. Dutchman Tim Kliphius (violin) and top Scots Nigel Clark (guitar) and Roy Percy (bass) perform a profoundedly musical blend of gypsy jazz, classical and folk music.

Bowerchalke Village Hall

Tickets: 01725 552384

Oaksey Village Hall

Tickets: 01666 575117

BOX OFFICE: 01249 701628

WWW.POUNDARTS.ORG.UK