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MUSIC

 

Maurizio Minardi- pound arts- theatre bathMaurizio Minardi
His intimate and expressive sound is defined by a daring and unique combination of genres from baroque to minimalist jazz fired up with splashes of tango and rumba.
Friday 6 March, 7.30pm
£10 (£9 concessions)

 

 

 

 

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Sheelanagig’s live shows have grown to incorporate aspects of street theatre, elements of storytelling and even acrobatics. In short, expect mayhem, a lot of laughs and some great music.
Saturday 14 March, 7.30pm
£12 (£11 concessions)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lunchtime Recital | Ben Socrates
His programme will include works by Debussy, Poulenc, Scarlatti, Brahms and Liszt.
Wednesday 18 March, 1pm
£7 (£6 concessions)

 

Free Friday | David Smith
19 year old singer-songwriter David Smith has already attracted industry attention despite only playing a handful of gigs.
Friday 13 March, 8pm
Free, no ticket required
Free Fridays are kindly sponsored by David Ingram Residential

 

THEATRE

 

Le Petit Artiste Children’s Theatre
The Ugly Duckling
Be enchanted by exploding eggs, singing frogs, dancing swans and live music. Join the Ugly Duckling, learn about the true value of friendship and the pain of being the odd one out.
Saturday 7 March, 2pm
£7 (£6 concessions), £24 family

 

Noisy Oyster
The Three Billy Pigs
Once upon a time there were three little pigs… and now it is time for them to leave home.
Saturday 21 March, 2pm
£7 (£6 concessions), £24 family

 

Pound Arts Young Company
Woyzeck by Georg Buchner

Roll up! Roll up! Feast your eyes on the world’s greatest spectacle: human cruelty. Watch! as Woyzeck attempts to hold his world together.
Wednesday 25 & Saturday 28 March, 7.30pm
£7 (£6 concessions)

 

COMEDY

 

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Beta_Testing

Beta_Testing is part documentary, part juggling show; a hotchpotch remix of juggling subculture and influences such as TED talks, The Hitch Hikers Guide to the Galaxy and a fear of the haddock.
Friday 20 March, 8pm
£10 (£9 concessions)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Old School Secrets
Sketch maestros WitTank invite you into the ostentatiously furnished corridors of The School; a splendidly twisted world, and an unsettling relic of Empire, where maniacal masters rub tweedy shoulders with sharp-tongued scoundrels, and mystery and misrule abound.
Saturday 21 March, 8pm
£10

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TALKS

The Sound We See: How Slow Film Can Change Your Life
The Sound We See invites people around the world to celebrate their diverse and dynamic communities through the magic of the moving image.
In partnership with the Media Futures Research Centre at Bath Spa University
Thursday 26 March, 7.30pm
£7 (£6 concessions)

 

EXHIBITIONS

 

A Dog a Day
In February 2103 Sally Muir set out to make a dog portrait every day for a year.  At the end of those 365 days she saw no reason to stop and has since amassed a huge range of drawings, prints and paintings capturing the spirit of the dogs she meets each day.
Friday 27 February to Saturday 11 April, 10am – 6pm
Free entry

 

Dog Portraits by Sally Muir
Sally will be resident at The Pound for one day only, creating her unique 15 minute portrait sketches.
Saturday 28 March, 10am onwards
£20 for 15 minute sketch

 

FILM

 

Gone Girl (18)
Gillian Flynn’s bestseller comes to the screen under the assured hand of David Fincher.
Thursday 5 March, 11am & 7.30pm
£7 (£6 concessions), £5 under 16s & students

 

Bicycle (PG)
The film tells the story of cycling in the land that invented the modern bicycle, its birth, decline and re-birth from Victorian origins to today.
Tuesday 10 March, 7.30pm
£7 (£6 concessions), £5 under 16s & students
Buy one, get one free on all Tuesday evening screenings

 

Effie Gray (12a)
Emma Thompson shares the screen with her husband Greg Wise and a fantastic cast of British thesps in this lavish biopic of 19th century artist John Ruskin and his striking teenage bride Euphemia “Effie” Gray.
Tuesday Tiddlers: 10 March, 11am
Thursday 12 March, 11am & 7.30pm
£7 (£6 concessions), £5 under 16s & students

 

Mr Turner (12a)
Timothy Spall turns in an award worthy performance in Mike Leigh’s latest masterpiece, a lovingly crafted biopic of celebrated landscape artist JMW Turner.
Thursday 19 March, 11am & 7.30pm
£7 (£6 concessions), £5 under 16s & students

 

The Vatican Museums (PG)
For the very first time film cameras have been inside the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel, to show the masterpieces in these collections as they have never been seen before.
£7 (£6 concessions), £5 under 16s & students
Tuesday 24 March, 7.30pm

Buy one, get one free on all Tuesday evening screenings

 

TALK: The Sound We See: How Slow Film Can Change Your Life
The Sound We See invites people around the world to celebrate their diverse and dynamic communities through the magic of the moving image.
In partnership with the Media Futures Research Centre at Bath Spa University

Thursday 26 March, 7.30pm
£7 (£6 concessions)

 

Dolphin Tale 2 (U)
The sequel to the popular 2011 film continues the amazing true story of Winter, the brave Dolphin who life was saved thanks to a ground-breaking prosthetic tail.
Friday 27 March, 4pm
£7 (£6 concessions), £5 under 16s & students

 

TAKE PART – ADULTS

 

Spring Floristry
Join Amanda from Daisy Chain Florists to create a wonderful arrangement of spring colours. Using seasonal flowers, you will learn floristry skills to create your own spring flower baskets to take home.
Wednesday 25 March, 10am-12pm
£25, including materials

 

Goldies
Come along and join the fun, bring a friend or tell someone who might benefit from this regular social activity.
Second Monday of the month, 10.30am-11.30am
Free, voluntary £1 donation

 

Drawing Club
Love drawing? Under the expert guidance of illustrator Susie Brooks, learn how to draw fluently and record the world around you.
Tuesdays, 24 February – 24 March, 7pm-9pm
£50, five week course

TAKE PART – CHILDREN & YOUNG PEOPLE

 

CreateNoW! The Pound’s new art club
Try your hand at different art and craft activities and create your own masterpieces to take home!
Wednesdays, January to March, 4-5pm (not during half term)
Introductory  offer: weekly: £8 per child or £35 for 5 weeks

 

Tiddler Troupes
A great chance to meet other families and let your child develop imagination through movement, music and interactive games. Age guidance 18 months – 4 years.
Fridays 10am – 11am, term-time
£4 – Price admits one adult and child and includes a free squash drink.

 

Crafty Saturday
Drop-in for family-friendly messy fun! Our monthly craft workshops with Mazy Bartlett, The Corsham School’s artist in residence, are the perfect opportunity to get crafty and creative.
Saturday 14 March, 1.30pm – 3.30pm
Free, please bring an adult

Wonderful Wire Chicks & Hens
Local sculptor Celia Smith returns for some Easter family fun. Using her trademark wire and other upcycled bendy materials, Celia will guide you to create your very own seasonal chick or hen to take home. A fantastic activity for all the family!
Monday 30 March, 10am-12noon
£10 per child, please bring an adult

 

Easter Eggstravaganza with Krysia
Join Krysia for an arty Easter Eggstravangaza! Become an Easter explorer on our treasure trail and take part in some fun crafts.
Tuesday 31 March, 10am-11.30am

 

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