<<Tidings, May 2019>>
14 MAY to 11 JUNE
14 Tuesday — All My Sons by Arthur Miller (National Theatre LIVE) 7 pm. America, 1947. A figure from the past reveals the cost of Joe and Kate Keller’s American dream.
15 Wednesday & 16 Thursday – A Cobweb of Fairy Tales (Fisher Youth Theatre Group) 7 pm. When Fiona is captured by a hungry spider, there is only one way to keep her alive… Her love of stories!
17 Friday – Super Swing Band, 7.30 pm. Let the popular Super Swing Big Band transport you back in time with the fabulous music of the ‘30s, ‘40s and ‘50s.
18 Saturday – Chris North, Amazing Mysteries (10+) 7.30 pm. The illusionist’s latest offering. Witness some of the inexplicable curiosities that astounded Victorian audiences.
19 Sunday – Within the Golden Hour (World Premiere) 2 pm. The contemporary face of The Royal Ballet in works from three of today’s leading choreographers.
20 Monday – Shoplifters (15), 7.45 pm. Warm, understated film. A family take in a small child left outside in the cold. They barely make enough to survive but live happily together until an unforeseen incident tests the bonds that unite them.
21 Tuesday – To Catch a Thief (PG), dementia-friendly, 1 pm. Matinee A jewel thief is at large, and all evidence points to Cary Grant. He heads to the Cote D’Azur where an old partner in crime is as brash and outspoken as her daughter Grace Kelly is quiet and demure … PLUS
Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake, More2Screen, 7 pm. Evening. A thrilling, audacious and witty production which shattered convention, turned tradition upside down and took the dance world by storm.
23 Thursday – Red Room, a murder mystery tribute to the world of Twin Peaks, Strange Fascination Theatre, 7.30 pm, £25.00 with Buffet, Max of 35 tickets available, Runtime 2-hours.
24 Friday – An Honest Gentleman, 7.30 pm. Little is known of Thomas Easter, East Anglia’s very own Dick Turpin, except that he was born in Aylsham in Norfolk in 1715 and was hung at Tyburn 24 years later. This musical fills in the gaps.
25 Saturday – New Grass Cutters, 7.30 pm. The superb musicians who tour with Joe Brown play stunning new arrangements of rock and pop classics.
31 Friday – Tori Freestone Trio, A Sea of Clouds, 7.30 pm. Drawing inspiration from today’s cordless trios and infused with sounds from her folk roots, Tori Freestone’s new set also has Latin and Brazilian elements.
5 Wednesday to 8 Saturday — Charlie & The Chocolate Factory. 7.30 pm (plus 2 pm Saturday show). The Fisher Youth Theatre Group in their unique, exciting take on the Roald Dahl classic.
10 Monday — Bohemian Rhapsody (12A), 7.45 pm. (Runtime: 2h 14mins). A foot-stomping celebration of Queen, their music and their extraordinary lead singer Freddie Mercury.
11 Tuesday — Some Like it Hot (PG), 1 pm.(Dementia Friendly) (Runtime 117 mins) To elude irate Chicago mobsters Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon masquerade as women musicians and befriend a beautiful singer (Marilyn Monroe).
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