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SATURDAY 1 MARCH, 7.30PM

Adriano 5Adriano Adewale Group
Adriano Adewale is a Brazilian percussionist and composer known for his unique and creative style. Adewale’s sounds range from the subtle and delicate to the most funky

and vibrant Brazilian grooves.

£12 (£11 concessions)

 

 

FRIDAY 7 MARCH, 8.30PM

FREE FRIDAY Sarah Clough Music
Adriano Adewale is a Brazilian percussionist and composer known for his unique and creative style. Adewale’s sounds range from the subtle and delicate to the most funky and vibrant Brazilian grooves.

Free, no ticket required

 

SATURDAY 8 MARCH, 7.30PMreg

Reg Meuross
Described by Mike Harding as one of the finest singer-songwriters this country has produced, Reg Meuross arrives at The Cause to deliver a performance packed full of clever and imaginative lyrics.

£10 (£9 concessions)

This performance will be at The Cause, Chippenham

 

 

SATURDAY 8 MARCH, 3PM

Howard Read Little Howard’s Big show for kids
Animated standup comedian Little Howard stays true to his live gig roots but things keep going wrong! With live animation on stage and lots of jokes and songs, this really is a show that all the family can enjoy.

£7.50 (£6.50 concessions), £24 family

 

SATURDAY 8 MARCH, 3PM

Howard Read Howard Read’s Hide and Speak

Join us for a totally unique comedy experience where Howard’s own technology allows cartoon standups to come to life and improvise with the audience.

£10 (£9 concessions)

Suitable for ages 16+

 

WEDNESDAY 19 MARCH, 7.30PM

THURDSAY 20 MARCH, 7.30PM

FRIDAY 21 MARCH, 7.30PM

SATURDAY 22 MARCH, 7.30PM

Adhoc presents Table Manners
This typically caustic observation of a family weekend gathering has siblings, partners and in-laws making a little bit of love and a lot of war but never quite managing to communicate.

£10 (£9 concessions)

An independent promotion

 

WEDNESDAY 26  MARCH, 1PM

LUNCHTIME RECITAL  Christopher Guild

Christopher Guild enjoys a busy career as a solo pianist, chamber musician and teacher. For this lunchtime’s recital, Christopher will present an exciting programme of works not so often

heard.

£6 (£5 concessions)

 

SATURDAY 29  MARCH, 7.30PM

Patrick Duff Land’s End Tour

In a performance of authenticityand charm and drawing on his vast repertoire, Patrick will be performing songs from his new album, Visions Of The Underworld.

£10 (£9 concessions)

Suitable for ages 14+

 

SATURDAY 29  MARCH, 7.30PM

Patrick Duff Land’s End Tour

In a performance of authenticityand charm and drawing on his vast repertoire, Patrick will be performing songs from his new album, Visions Of The Underworld.

£10 (£9 concessions)

 

FILM

 

TUESDAY 4 MARCH, 7.30PM

Like Father Like Son (PG)

Ryota Nonomiya is a successful businessman driven by money. When he learns that his biological son was switched with another child after birth, he must make a life-changing decision to choose his true son or the boy he raised as his own.

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

 

THURSDAY 6 MARCH, 11AM & 7.30PM

Le Week-End (15)

A British couple return to Paris many years after their honeymoon there in an attempt to rejuvenate their marriage. As they travel around the city, they revisit the highs and lows of their relationship.

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

 

TUESDAY TIDDLERS: TUESDAY 11 MARCH, 11AM

THURSDAY 13 MARCH, 11AM & 7.30PM

Sunshine on Leith (PG)

Sunshine on Leith is based on the sensational stage hit featuring music by pop-folk band The Proclaimers. The film follows the stories of Davy and Ally, who have to re-learn how to live life in Edinburgh after coming home from serving in Afghanistan.

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

 

TUESDAY 25 MARCH, 7.30PM

Short Term 12 (15)

Told through the eyes of Grace, a serious young twenty-something at a foster-care facility for at-risk teenagers. Larson gives a breakthrough central performance alongside a superb ensemble cast

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

 

THURSDAY 27 MARCH, 11AM & 7.30PM

Philomena (12a)

Based on the 2009 investigative book by BBC correspondent Martin Sixsmith, The Lost Child of Philomena Lee, the film tells the story of the efforts of Philomena (Dench), mother to a boy conceived out of wedlock. After starting a family years later in England and for the most part moving on with her life, Lee meets a BBC reporter with whom she decides to discover her long-lost son.

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

 

FRIDAY 28  MARCH, 4PM

Turbo (U)

Turbo is a high velocity comedy about an underdog snail who kicks into overdrive when he miraculously attains the power of superspeed. But after making fast friends with a crew of street-wise, tricked-out es-car-goes, Turbo learns that no one succeeds on their own.

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

 

CORSHAM FILM FESTIVAL 2014

 

FRIDAY 14  MARCH, 11AM

20 Feet From Stardom

Millions know their voices, but no one knows their names. The untold true story of the backup singers behind some of the greatest musical legends of the 21st century.

£5.50 (£4.50 concessions)

Festival explorer offer three films for £15 (£12 concessions), £9 under 16s and students

Festival Freedom pass: A ticket for every film in the festival £55 (£45 concessions), £35 under 16s and students

 

FRIDAY 14  MARCH, 11AM

A Story of Children and Film

A passionate and poetic portrait of the adventures of childhood seen through 53 great films from around the world.

£5.50 (£4.50 concessions)

Festival explorer offer three films for £15 (£12 concessions), £9 under 16s and students

Festival Freedom pass: A ticket for every film in the festival £55 (£45 concessions), £35 under 16s and students

 

FRIDAY 14  MARCH, 5PM

Leviathan

One of the most highly anticipated films of 2013, Leviathan is a thrilling, immersive documentary taking you deep inside the dangerous world of commercial fishing.

£5.50 (£4.50 concessions)

Festival explorer offer three films for £15 (£12 concessions), £9 under 16s and students

Festival Freedom pass: A ticket for every film in the festival £55 (£45 concessions), £35 under 16s and students

 

FRIDAY 14  MARCH, 7PM

Muscle Shoals

Alabama is the unlikely breeding ground for some of America’s most creative and defiant music. Greg Allman, Clarence Carter and Mick Jagger among others bear witness to Muscle Shoals’ magnetism, mystery and why it remains influential today.

£5.50 (£4.50 concessions)

Festival explorer offer three films for £15 (£12 concessions), £9 under 16s and students

Festival Freedom pass: A ticket for every film in the festival £55 (£45 concessions), £35 under 16s and students

 

FRIDAY 14  MARCH, 9.15PM

Blackfish

A mesmerizing psychological thriller with a killer whale at its centre. With shocking never-before-seen footage, and riveting interviews challenging us to consider our relationship to nature and reveals how little we humans have learned from these highly intelligent and enormously sentient fellow mammals.

£5.50 (£4.50 concessions)

Festival explorer offer three films for £15 (£12 concessions), £9 under 16s and students

Festival Freedom pass: A ticket for every film in the festival £55 (£45 concessions), £35 under 16s and students

 

SATURDAY 15 MARCH, 11AM

Kiss The Water

Fish tales from the poetry behind this trip to Scotland’s far northern highlands, as Eric Steel focuses on the life and remarkable influence of Megan Boyd, fishing fly-maker extraordinaire.

£5.50 (£4.50 concessions)

Festival explorer offer three films for £15 (£12 concessions), £9 under 16s and students

Festival Freedom pass: A ticket for every film in the festival £55 (£45 concessions), £35 under 16s and students

 

SATURDAY 15 MARCH, 3PM

The Moo Man

The remarkable story of a maverick farmer and his unruly cows, filmed over four years on the marshes of the Pevensey Levels. Farmer Stephen Hook decides to turn his back on the cost cutting dairies and supermarkets and instead stay small and keep his close relationship with the herd.

£5.50 (£4.50 concessions)

Festival explorer offer three films for £15 (£12 concessions), £9 under 16s and students

Festival Freedom pass: A ticket for every film in the festival £55 (£45 concessions), £35 under 16s and students

 

SATURDAY 15 MARCH, 7PM

The Armstrong Lie

In this unflinching account of a sport ruled by money and power, Gibney’s unprecedented access to Armstrong, his ex-teammates and the infamous Doctor Ferrari, draws an intricate portrait of an extraordinarily ambitious man who would stop at nothing to win.

£5.50 (£4.50 concessions)

Festival explorer offer three films for £15 (£12 concessions), £9 under 16s and students

Festival Freedom pass: A ticket for every film in the festival £55 (£45 concessions), £35 under 16s and students

 

SATURDAY 15 MARCH, 9.15PM

Fire InThe Night

Anthony Wonke’s documentary gathers survivors and rescuers to revist the tragedy, building a stark, nerve shredding portrait of desperate heroism beyond the reach of a fictional disaster movie.

£5.50 (£4.50 concessions)

Festival explorer offer three films for £15 (£12 concessions), £9 under 16s and students

Festival Freedom pass: A ticket for every film in the festival £55 (£45 concessions), £35 under 16s and students

 

SUNDAY 16 MARCH, 11AM

Journal de France

Part travel diary, part retrospective, Journal de France trails acclaimed documentarian Raymond Depardon on his six-year journey around the French countryside photographing the landscape with a large format plate camera.

£5.50 (£4.50 concessions)

Festival explorer offer three films for £15 (£12 concessions), £9 under 16s and students

Festival Freedom pass: A ticket for every film in the festival £55 (£45 concessions), £35 under 16s and students

French w/subtitles

 

Project Wild ThingSUNDAY 16 MARCH, 2PM

Project Wild Thing

Project Wild Thing is an ambitious, feature-length documentary that takes a funny and revealing look at a complex issue, the increasingly disparate connection between children and the great outdoors.

£5.50 (£4.50 concessions)

Festival explorer offer three films for £15 (£12 concessions), £9 under 16s and students

Festival Freedom pass: A ticket for every film in the festival £55 (£45 concessions), £35 under 16s and students

 

VISUAL ARTS

 

SATURDAY 8 FEBRUARY – SATURDAY 23 MARCH

Bath Textile Artists

The Bath Textile Artists have been inspired by the wealth of landscape and history to create pieces using a variety of techniques; weaving, embroidery, paint and felt to make vessels, hangings, postcards and pictures.

Free entry

 

SATURDAY 29 MARCH – SATURDAY 26 APRIL

Pound Arts Young Open

The Pound Arts Young Open provides an opportunity for young emerging artists to showcase their work in a gallery space. Young artists can submit work in any medium to be selected and awarded by an independent panel. If you are interested in submitting work, please contact the box office for further information.

Free entry

 

TAKE PART Children and young people

 

WEDNESDAYS MARCH-APRIL

WEDNESDAY19 MARCH, 7PM-8.30PM

WEDNESDAY 26 MARCH, 7PM-8.30PM

Portrait Photography

On this five week course exploring portrait photography, you will learn new tips and tricks on how to use your camera effectively as well as discovering new ways of being creative with your camera.

£50

Ages 14+

 

SATURDAY 22 MARCH 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

 

TAKE PART Adults

 

TUESDAYS, WEEKLY CLASSES, 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 mobilisation of your joints.

£3

 

RURAL TOURING

 

Rabbit Theatre Great Expectations

Great Expectations is the profound and complex story of Pip’s journey through life. Using original words and speech, Dave Mynne will bring you a ‘cast of thousands’ in this skillful, one-man adaptation of Charles Dickens’ epic novel.

FRIDAY 7 MARCH, 7.30PM

Chilmark Reading Room

Tickets: 01722 717473

THURSDAY 20 MARCH, 8PM

Gastard Village Hall

Tickets: 01249 713662

FRIDAY 21 MARCH, 7.30PM

Dilton Marsh Memorial Hall

Tickets: 01373 823870

SATURDAY 22 MARCH, 8PM

Brinkworth Village Hall

Tickets: 01666 510045

 

Miranda Sykes and Rex Preston

The rare fusion of double bass and mandolin makes for one of the most exciting pairings on the acoustic roots scene. Miranda and Rex interweave timeless, well-chosen covers with one or two originals.

THURSDAY 27 MARCH, 7.30PM

Bremhill Village Hall

Tickets: 01249 661369

FRIDAY 28 MARCH, 7.30PM

South Wraxall Village Hall

Tickets: 01225 969293

SATURDAY 29 MARCH, 7.30PM

Cholderton Village Hall

Tickets: 01373 823870

 

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.

FRIDAY 14  MARCH, 6PM

Minety Village Hall

Tickets: 01666 861281

SATURDAY 15 MARCH, 7.30PM

Sherston Village Hall

Tickets: 01666 840375

 

Bowjangles Bowjangles on the Box

Accomplished string quartet, Bowjangles, return in a comprehensive TV listing like none you’ll have ever experienced!Bowjangles on the Box follows a schedule for the BJBC (Bowjangles Broadcasting Corporation), including morning TV, news, weather and soap opera, with the group performing all the necessary roles.

WEDNESDAY 12  MARCH, 6.30PM

Great Bedwyn Village Hall

Tickets: 01672 871142

THURSDAY 13 MARCH, 7.30PM

Collingbourne Ducis Village Hall

Tickets: 01264 850272

FRIDAY 14 MARCH, 7.30PM

Seend Irene Usher Pavilion

Tickets: 01380 828949

SATURDAY 15 MARCH, 7.30PM

Kington Langley Village Hall

Tickets: 01249 750362

 

Buffalo Gals

Buffalo Gals’ music is derived from traditional roots music of southern America. The ensemble of fiddle, banjo, guitar, ukulele, bass, and “stepatune”, uses lively and soulful tunes, delicious harmonies, flamboyant percussive step-dance, and warm, engaging humour to entertain and delight audiences of all ages.

FRIDAY 7 MARCH, 7.30PM

Bouverie Hall, Pewsey

Tickets: 01672 562584

SATURDAY 8 MARCH, 7.30PM

Bishopstone Village Hall

Tickets: 01722 780316

SUNDAY 9 MARCH, 7.30PM

Newton Tony Memorial Hall

Tickets: 01980 629472

 

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.

MARCH, 8PM

Grittleton Village Hall

Tickets: 01249782798

 

BOX OFFICE 01249 701628

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