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FRIDAY 17 JANUARY, 8.30PM

FREE FRIDAY Craig Sutton Flamenco Thief
Guitar melodies giving a fusion of classical Flamenco, contemporary ska, reggae and rock rhythms. Be prepared for an explosion of beats and frantic grooves.

Free, no ticket required

bojanglesSATURDAY 18 JANUARY, 7.30PM

Bowjangles Bowjangles on the Box
Playing their instruments to a jaw dropingly high level Bowjangles on the Box is a unique all singing and all dancing take on the cultural phenomenon that is TV. 

£10 (£9 concessions)

WEDNESDAY 22 JANUARY, 1PM

Lunchtime Recital 2-bas

Playing original compositions, arrangements and old classics, 2-bas perform on a variety of instruments to bring an eclectic mix of music to their audiences.

£6 (£5 concessions)

THURSDAY 23 JANUARY, 8PMmark-thomas-100-acts-of-minor-dissent_30440- pound arts- theatre bath

Mark Thomas 100 Acts of Minor Dissent

Mark Thomas is well versed in the art of creative mayhem and over the years his troublemaking has changed laws, cost companies millions and annoyed those who most deserved to be. Now he returns to what he does best, mischief with a purpose.

£12 (£11 concessions)

SATURDAY 25 JANUARY, 7.30PM

Brother Wolf Productions The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

Dr Jekyll reveals his strange association with the mysterious Edward Hyde and the shocking truth about his identity. Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic “bogey tale” is brought chillingly to life in this ground-breaking one-man show.

£10 (£9 concessions)

 

FILM

THURSDAY 9 JANUARY, 11AM & 7.30PM

TUESDAY TIDDLERS: TUESDAY 14 JANUARY, 11AM

The Way Way Back (12a)

Shy 14-year-old Duncan goes on a summer holiday with his mother, her overbearing boyfriend and her boyfriend’s daughter. Having a rough time fitting in, Duncan finds an unexpected friend in Owen, manager of the Water Wizz water park.

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

TUESDAY 21 JANUARY, 7.30PM

Museum Hours (12a)

When a Vienna museum guard befriends an enigmatic visitor, the grand Kunsthistorisches Art Museum becomes a mysterious crossroads which sparks explorations of their lives, the city, and the ways art can reflect and shape the world.

£6 (£5 concessions), £3.50 under 16s and full time students
Buy one ticket to Tuesday evening films and get one FREE

TUESDAY 28 JANUARY, 7.30PM

Blancanieves (12a)

Once upon a time there was a little girl. She learned the art of her father, a famous bullfighter, but was hated by her evil stepmother. One day she ran away with a troupe of dwarves and became a living legend.

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

Buy one ticket to Tuesday evening films and get one FREE

THURSDAY 30 JANUARY, 11AM & 7.30PM

What Maisie Knew (15)

A contemporary reimagining of Henry James’ novel, What Maisie Knew tells the story of a captivating little girl’s struggle for grace in the midst of her parents’ bitter custody battle. Told through the eyes of the title’s heroine, Maisie navigates this ever-widening turmoil with a six-year-old’s innocence, charm and generosity of spirit.

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

FRIDAY 31 JANUARY, 4PM

From Up On Poppy Hill (PG)

Set in Yokohama after World War II, with Japan preparing to host the Olympics, this story presents the conflict and optimism of the young generation.

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

 

VISUAL ARTS

SATURDAY 11 JANUARY – SATURDAY 1 FEBRUARY

Off the Wall: Althea Wynne Bursary

Althea Wynne was a noted sculptor working in bronze and clay who tragically died in a car accident in 2012. A bursary in Althea’s memory is being awarded by The Friends of the Garden. Five artists have been shortlisted for the Althea Wynne bursary: Olivia Clifton-Bligh, Celia Smith, Jo Taylor, Jeff Pigott and Davina Kemble.

Free entry

 

TAKE PART Children & young people

TUESDAY 28 JANUARY, 5.15PM-6.15PM

Drawing Club

Six week course, ages 7-14

Explore and improve your drawing skills. Learn how to draw fluently under the expert guidance of illustrator Susie Brooks and record the world around you. The course will cover a variety of subjects from landscape to still life and will give you an opportunity to try your hand at using dry point etching and other materials.

£50

SATURDAY 18 JANUARY 12PM-2PM

Crafty Saturday

Drop in to one of our crafty workshops with Mazy Bartlett, The Corsham School’s artist in residence. Come and join in the fun, get creative and get messy!

Free

MONDAY 27 JANUARY, 10.30AM-11.30AM

Tiddler Troupes

Our new regular workshop session for pre-school children and parents! Join our wonderful practitioners for a morning of interactive drama games, music, movement and craft.

£20 for 6 weeks                

 

TAKE PART Adults

TUESDAY 28 JANUARY, 7PM-9PM

Drawing Club

Learn how to draw fluently under the expert guidance of illustrator Susie Brooks and record the world around you. The course will cover a variety of subjects from landscape to still life and will give you an opportunity to try your hand at using dry point etching and other materials.

£60

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 ARTS TOURING

SUNDAY 26 JANUARY, 3PM

Pickled image Fireside Tales with Grandad

Exquisite puppets, captivating storytelling, a magical sound scape and beautiful shadow puppetry combine to create an enchanting show guaranteed to spark the imagination.

Kington Langley Village Hall

Tickets: 01249750362

 

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