Box Office 01609 776230
|Today||February, 2018||March, 2018|
|Next Month >|
This stunning and elegant review of the life of Cilla Black soars its way through the 60s.
Starring Victoria Jones in the role of Cilla performing songs including ‘You’re My World’ and ‘Anyone Who Had a Heart’ while the Shades trio swing through a decade of hits by Cilla’s friends and co-stars such as ‘I Only Want to be With You’ and ‘River Deep Mountain High’.
The effervescent Victoria & the gorgeous Shades trio rediscover one of music’s most defining eras. They follow the life & career of the iconic Cilla Black while their stories reflect on some of the biggest 60s stars. Featuring brand new arrangements of music from artists including the Beatles and Dusty Springfield.
An unforgettable show that journeys its way through Cilla’s life and brings audiences to their feet in celebration.
Fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman's selfless act, Bruce Wayne enlists newfound ally Diana Prince to face an even greater threat.
Together, Batman and Wonder Woman work quickly to recruit a team to stand against this newly awakened enemy. Despite the formation of an unprecedented league of heroes -- Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg and the Flash -- it may be too late to save the planet from an assault of catastrophic proportions.
WHEN YOUR LIFE’S A JOKE IT’S TIME TO STAND UP! The story follows a
college lecturer, Martin Dawson played by Nick Figgis and
his hope to escape from obscurity by having a screenplay made into a ﬁlm.
We see his relationship with his ex-wife and children, his mistress and ﬁlm agent along
with his sometimes overbearing parents. We witness his eventual breakdown during a
cathartic rant on an open mic spot at a local comedy club in front of a packed house.
During the performance, we see ﬂash backs to a memorable trip to Whitby with all the
pathos and comic talent you could expect from Godber as our hero endures an insane
weekend with his parents. This film is a universal story that resonates with most people illustrating the sometimes confusing and conflicted nature of love of all kinds.
Written by BAFTA WINNER JOHN GODBER and Directed by
AWARD WINNING DANIEL COLL