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A Great Night Out

Welcome to the Guildhall Arts Centre and thank-you for subscribing to our mailing list! We want you to have a great time at great value when you visit us so we’ve put together some discount deals to help ease the strain on your pocket. Enjoy!

Group Savings

First Time?

Alice in Wonderland (FILM)

Is this your first visit to the Guildhall Arts Centre? If so, once you have made your booking and joined our mailing list, we’ll send you a voucher for two free tickets to a Guildhall promoted show of your choice. Subject to availability - Meres events not included.

Key Talk

Musical Theatre

Book more than 10 seats for any Guildhall promoted show and get the 11th ticket free. Our box office staff will be happy to help you make your group booking and work out your savings. Call them on Tel: 01476 406158. Seats must be booked at the same time, subject to availability. Not available online.

Family of Four Discount Tickets page 6

Nanny McPhee and The Big Bang (FILM)

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Tom’s Midnight Garden, Image Musical Theatre

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How the Koala Learned to Hug, People’s Theatre Company

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Tickets must be purchased at the same time, subject to availability. Not available online.

Student Concessions - £6.50 pre-booked The Perfect Wife, Plested and Brown

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Inside, Jean Abreu Dance

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Animal Farm, Theatre Tours International

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Film

Variety

Lysistrata, Actors of Dionysus

Drama

Family

Student Standbys - £2.00 on the door

Dance

Workshop

Live Music

Medium

Grantham Music Club (events take place at Central Technology College, Grantham) Music at the Meres (events take place at The Meres, Trent Road, Grantham)

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Andy and Mike’s Big Box of Bananas

Students (with student ID) can get tickets to any Guildhall promoted show for just £2.00 when they buy them 15 minutes before the start of the show. Subject to availability. This offer applies when tickets are purchased in person.

Artscene Membership Get a discount off all Guildhall Arts Centre and Stamford Arts Centre promoted events. The more you see, the more you save! Membership lasts for 12 months from the date of joining and the rates are: Individual

£17

Double

£22

Guildhall Arts Centre • Box Office: 01476 406158 • Book Online: www.guildhallartscentre.com


Taking Part

Youth Drama with Fiona Kimberley-Pope Junior

Senior

8 to 10 yrs - Tuesdays 4.30pm – 5.30pm £3.00 per session

14 + yrs - Thursdays 7.00pm – 9.00pm £4.00 per session

Intermediate

Kids get the chance to learn basic drama skills, share ideas, work on set texts towards a performance, make new friends and have fun!

11 to 13 yrs - Fridays £3.50 per session

5.00pm – 6.30pm

Mondays in Term Time

Intermediate Ballroom

13th September to 6th December (No session 25th October)

8.00pm – 9.00pm

Junior Ballroom & Latin American £4.00 a week

(Or pre-book and save money £21 for 6 weeks) Learn to dance a range of ballroom and Latin dances including the Waltz, Quickstep, Cha Cha Cha and Jive in this fun, friendly workshop. There is also the opportunity to take Ballroom Dancing exams.

Pre-paid only

12 week course Two instalments of £36.00 for 6 weeks Building on the basic Waltz, Quickstep, Cha Cha Cha Jive and Rumba, you will also learn Viennese Waltz and Samba as well as improving social ballroom skills in Foxtrot and Tango. Class includes 30 mins tuition & 30 mins social dance. Beginners Ballroom Course

For 7 to 16 yrs.

9.00pm – 9.45pm

Sequence Dancing

12 week course Two instalments of £36.00 for 6 weeks

7.00 pm – 7.30pm

£3.50 a week

Enjoy popular dances in the classical, standard ballroom and Latin American style and don’t worry if you don’t have a partner! Advanced Ballroom 7.30pm – 8.30pm

First Notes with SoundLINCS Mondays in term time 10.30am – 11.30am 2 to 5yrs

Ballroom Dancing with Ann Gibbons Dance

6.00pm – 6.45pm

Regular Workshops

£6.00 a week

Building on routines in Waltz, Quickstep, Foxtrot, Tango, Cha Cha Cha, Jive, Samba and Rumba, you will be improving technique and social ballroom skills. Class includes 30 mins tuition & 30 mins social dance.

Pre-paid only

Learn to dance a range of ballroom and Latin dances including the Waltz, Quickstep, Cha Cha Cha and Jive in this fun and friendly course. New dancers are welcome to join any of the classes above at any ability level according to their experience. Christmas Ball Sat 11 December, 8.00pm – 11.30pm £12.50 See page 17 for full details.

Guildhall Arts Centre • Box Office: 01476 406158 • Book Online: www.guildhallartscentre.com

£1.00

For children, parents and carers, the aim of this workshop is to build skills and confidence in music making, give children the opportunity to explore different instruments and experience rhythm and dynamics.

Grantham Occasional Orchestra Workshops Saturday 4 Sept, Saturday 2 Oct, Saturday 6 Nov, Saturday 4 Dec 9.30am - 12.30pm

£7.00

All you need is your instrument and a music stand to join this dedicated and friendly group of amateur musicians who meet to enjoy playing together.

Reader’s Group

Meets second Wednesday of the month 7.30pm

£1.00

If you enjoy reading but feel frustrated because that there’s no one to discuss books with, join our Reader’s Group and you’ll get the chance to enthuse, gush and rant about a variety of texts with like-minded people!

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Talk / Guildhall Promoted

Literature at Lunchtime with Dr Jane Mackay Jean Rhys’ ‘Wide Sargasso Sea’ Thursday 2 September 12 noon Jean Rhys’ ‘Wide Sargasso Sea’ is a postcolonial novel which tells the story of the first Mrs Rochester – or the ‘mad woman in the attic’ - in Charlotte Bronte’s ‘Jane Eyre’ but it’s also so much more than merely an extension of Bronte’s classic. Using her own Creole background, Rhys explores the full range of the psychology of a woman misunderstood by her aristocratic English husband and in doing so, opens us to a world of sexual and cultural misunderstandings. This is one of the 20th Century’s truly great novels.

£5.50 / £5.00

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Film

Musical Theatre / Hire

Alice in Wonderland

Mad About the Musicals

(2010) PG Saturday 4 September 2.00pm & 7.30pm

Wednesday 8 September 7.30pm

Director: Tim Burton Cast:

Johnny Depp, Mia Wasikowska, Helena Bonham Carter, Anne Hathaway, Crispin Glover, Matt Lucas, Michael Sheen, Stephen Fry, Alan Rickman

Run time: 108 minutes 19-year-old Alice returns to the magical world of ‘Underland’ (misheard by Alice and believed to be ‘Wonderland’) where she reunites with her old friends and learns of her true destiny: to end the Red Queen’s reign of terror.

2.00pm £3.50 / £2.50 / £10.00 family of four 7.30pm £4.50 / £3.50

‘Mad About The Musicals’ returns to the Guildhall with its award winning new 2010 show. From the poignant ‘Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again’, to the dramatic ‘One Day More’, Mad About’s talented ensemble conjure stunning, high quality performances which evoke the true spirit of the West End. The show contains over 20 of your favourite musicals from composers such as Andrew Lloyd Webber, Boublil and Schonberg, so sit back and enjoy two hours of unforgettable West End and Broadway favourites.

£15.00 / £14.00

Film

Invictus (2009) 12A Thursday 9 September 7.30pm Director: Clint Eastwood Cast:

Morgan Freeman, Matt Damon

Run time: 134 minutes Newly elected President Mandela knows his nation remains racially and economically divided in the wake of apartheid. Believing he can bring his people together through the universal language of sport, he rallies South Africa’s rugby team as they make their historic run to the 1995 Rugby World Cup Championship match. Nominated for two Academy Awards 2010: Best Actor (Morgan Freeman), Best Supporting Actor (Matt Damon)

£4.50 / £3.50

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Musical Theatre / Amateur

Music / Guildhall Promoted

Harrowby Singers

Roy Book Binder

Wednesday 15 to Saturday 18 September 7.30pm - Saturday Matinee 2.30pm

Wednesday 22 September 7.30pm

It’s Hollywood, 1927, and leading silent film couple Don Lockwood and Lina Lamont are the toast of tinsel town but in real life, Don can’t stand Lina. However, Lina is convinced that she and Don are ‘an item’. When ‘The Talkies’ arrive and with them sound, Don, proves himself an accomplished song and dance man but Lina’s disastrous preview performance means drastic action is required! Meanwhile Don has fallen in love with aspiring actress, Kathy Selden. Great fun, great Music, ‘Singin’ in the Rain’ is a delight, and you never know - you may get wet!!!

Evening £8.00 Matinee £7.00

If you’ve already heard of Roy Book Binder you’ll know you’re in for a treat and if not, you’ll be wondering why when you see this Blues singing, guitar picking, song writing, story-telling raconteur live. Back in the early 60s, Roy learned his craft from the legendary blind street singer, Reverend Gary Davis and was thrust into the national spotlight with his song ‘If I Had My Way.’ After two years of travelling the folk-blues circuit with his mentor, Roy befriended Pink Anderson (the ‘Pink’ in Pink Floyd) and struck out on his own – a virtuoso in the making. If you enjoy great music – don’t miss this gig.

£12.00 / £10.00 concessions

The New Orleans Serenaders Friday 24 September 7.30pm Direct from their success in New Orleans at the Jazz and Heritage Festival, the Satchmo Summer Festival and the French Quarter Festival, Clive Wilson’s New Orleans Serenaders bring to life the magical sounds of jazz pioneers Louis Armstrong, Kid Ory and Jelly Roll Morton. Enjoy a selection of classic numbers from all phases of their careers including ‘West End Blues’, ‘Just a Closer Walk with Thee’, ‘I Can’t Give You Anything But Love’, ‘King Porter Stomp’, ‘Maple Leaf Rag’ and ‘Panama Rag’. Buy tickets for the Pasadena Roof Orchestra (p16) at the same time and get £2.00 off all tickets! Offer not available online.

£14.00 / £12.00 concessions

Music / Guildhall Promoted Guildhall Arts Centre • Box Office: 01476 406158 • Book Online: www.guildhallartscentre.com

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Music / Guildhall Promoted

That’ll Be The Day Music at the Meres Friday 24 September 7.30pm Don’t miss this opportunity to see music hall mayhem at its very best with the greatest songs and dance performances from the 50s, 60s and 70s. From Rock and Roll classics by Buddy Holly, Elvis and Cliff Richard to a comic remake of the 70s hit film ‘Grease’, ‘That’ll Be The Day is pure non-stop nostalgia.

£20.00 / £18.00 concessions This event takes place at the Meres, Trent Road, Grantham NG31 7XQ

Music at the Meres

Family / Guildhall Promoted

Andy & Mike’s Big Box of Bananas

Chris Farlowe and the Norman Beaker Band

With CBeebies presenter Andy Day Saturday 25 September 2.00pm 4 – 11 years CBeebies Presenter Andy Day and comedy partner Mike James bring the full force of his much loved humour to this high energy, fast-paced children’s comedy. In the duo’s ‘fun pad’, appears a magical and mysterious box. Unable to open the box, the boys make it their mission to find out what’s inside and go on the adventure of a lifetime. Along the way they meet confused pirates, musical sea life, silent movie types and extravagant all-singing all-dancing air stewards. Oh... and if you see Poppy the Pet Porpoise ... Will you tell us..? Well...WILL YOU?!

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Music / Guildhall Promoted

Drama / Guildhall Promoted

UGLY

Wednesday 29 September 7.30pm

Red Ladder Theatre Company Thursday 30 September 7.30pm 15yrs & over

Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity to pay homage to the men that kick-started the British rock and blues scene. For many fans, Chris Farlowe is considered the consummate rocker - the living embodiment of a star who’s seen it all and done most of it but remains as fresh and enthusiastic as when he started out 50 years ago. With hits such as ‘Handbags and Gladrags’, covered in 2003 by the Stereophonics, Farlowe’s live act is honed to perfection and backed by the Norman Beaker Band widely considered to be one of the UK’s most original blues bands.

Set in the not too distant future where climate change has reached the point of no return, UGLY is a bold, darkly funny, futuristic satire. Mrs Mason, a disgraced home economics teacher has been exiled to the Ghetto-Zone for those ‘Not Special’ convinced that the Ministry for Mistakes will let her return home. However when it falls to her to save two former students - can she save them without destroying herself? It’s going to get funny - very funny - but it’s also going to get very, very, UGLY…

£14.00 / £12.00

School workshops available – email c.carrington@southkesteven.gov.uk

£10.00 / £9.00 - £6.50 students

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Medium / Hire

Life after Life

An Education

LAD Promotions Friday 1 October 7.30pm

(2009) 12A Tuesday 5 October – 7.30m

Spiritual mediums Keith Charles and Ivan Lee aim to deliver messages from the spirit world in ‘Life after Life’. Keith’s ‘no nonsense’ approach to the age-old question: ‘Is there life after death?’ was established during his many years’ experience working alongside some of the most respected and best known spiritual mediums in the UK. After 32 years in the Metropolitan Police, Keith is now one of the UK’s most notable psychic detectives. Ivan Lee is a Clairvoyant medium who demonstrates his clairvoyant abilities with a down-toearth approach and a warm sense of humour.

Cast:

£11.50

Grantham Music Club

Film

Director: Lone Scherfig Carey Mulligan, Peter Sarsgaard, Emma Thompson, Dominic Cooper, Olivia Williams, Alfred Molina

Running time:

95 minutes

In England in 1961, school girl Jenny Mellor is given a lift home by charming playboy, David Goldman - a man nearly twice her age. The two strike up a relationship and before long, Jenny’s plans of passing her A Levels and going to Oxford fall by the wayside. However, as time goes by, it becomes clear David’s life contains some dark secrets. Nominated for three Academy Awards 2010: Best Picture, Best Actress (Carey Mulligan), Best Adapted Screenplay

Richard Roddis & Philip Robinson Grantham Music Club - Benefactors Concert Wednesday 6 October 7.30 pm Pianist Philip Robinson - musical director of Grantham Choral Society for many years - is also the accompanist to the internationally famous girls’ choir, ‘Cantamus’. Richard Roddis is equally well known in the Midlands but as a solo tenor. He sang the role of Evangelist in Grantham Choral Society’s performance of St. Matthew Passion last year and is much in demand for oratorio work.

£10.00 / £8.00 - £1.00 students Grantham Music Club concerts take place at Central Technology and Sports College, Rushcliffe Road, Grantham.

Talk / Guildhall Promoted

Literature at Lunchtime with Dr Jane Mackay Virginia Woolf ‘To the Lighthouse’ Thursday 7 October 12 noon ‘To the Lighthouse’ is a landmark novel of high modernism, focusing on the Ramsay family and their visits to the Isle of Skye in Scotland between 1910 and 1920. Inspired by Woolf’s own childhood summers spent in Cornwall, come and enjoy this wonderful novel about a family holiday, about grief and loss and the nature of memory in which she rejects absolutely the values with which she grew up. Woolf explores here the price paid for the keeping of family secrets and of the truth being swept under any available carpet.

£5.50 / £5.00

£4.50 / £3.50 Guildhall Arts Centre • Box Office: 01476 406158 • Book Online: www.guildhallartscentre.com

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Drama / Guildhall Promoted

The Perfect Wife Plested and Brown Wednesday 13 October 7.30pm

Stalin Ate My Homework Alexei Sayle Friday 8 October 7.30pm Alexei Sayle gives an entertaining and exclusive glimpse into his brand new memoir ‘Stalin Ate My Homework’, with stories and readings from the book and an opportunity to ask questions. Born in Liverpool on the day egg rationing came to an end, Sayle always knew his parents were different. They ate salad, read the Soviet Weekly, attended union conferences, travelled to Nazi massacre sites and sat in the audience of bizarre mime shows. Life was often confusing. Stalin Ate My Homework is a funny and perceptive portrait of a family, a city, a country and a continent going through enormous changes.

Discover how to be happy with an imperfect man; learn to be patient and respectful; stop finding your husband so irritating; ultimately - give up the notion of the ‘perfect man’ and become the ‘perfect wife!’ This show combines internationally renowned comedy duo Plested and Brown’s sharp and witty text, great physical comedy and, as a new addition, musical theatre featuring three fabulous female singers accompanied by a pianist.

Recommended for ages 16 and over

Co-commissioned by Lov, Newbury Corn Exchange and Barnsley Civic.

£14.00 / £12.50

School workshops available – email c.carrington@southkesteven.gov.uk

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£10.00 / £9.00 - £6.50 students

Film

Precious: A Novel by Sapphire (2009) 15 Thursday 14 October 7.30pm Director:

Lee Daniels

Cast:

Gabourey Sidibe, Mo’Nique, Paula Patton, Mariah Carey, Lenny Kravitz, Sherri Shepherd

Run Time: 110 minutes Set in 1987, and based on the novel ‘Push’ by the Harlem poet and author Sapphire, ‘Precious’ is about an obese, abused African-American teenager who has one child and is expecting another - the result of being raped by her father. Precious is enrolled into a special school where she learns how to read, write and express herself. Winner of Academy Award 2010: Geoffrey Fletcher for Writing

£4.50 / £3.50

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Dance / Guildhall Promoted

Inside Jean Abreu Dance Friday 15 October 8.00pm ‘Inside’ is a fiercely evocative, highly charged piece of physical dance theatre featuring five outstanding male dancers exploring violence, incarceration, solitude and hope inside prison walls. Award-winning Brazilian-born choreographer Jean Abreu’s explosive new work touches a nerve that may unsettle many people and communities, giving an insight into physical and mental imprisonment and raising issues particularly relevant to young people in a contemporary society. Music is by instrumental guitar/noise/ glitch band - 65daysofstatic. School workshops available – email c.carrington@southkesteven.gov.uk

£10.00 / £9.00 - £6.50 students

Music / Guildhall Promoted

The Magic of Motown Saturday 16 October 7.30pm Celebrating 50 years since Berry Gordy Junior created the Tamla record label, this fabulous production leaves all other Motown shows standing. Covering hits from The Temptations, Diana Ross and the Supremes, Four Tops, Stevie Wonder, The Jackson Five, Marvin Gaye and Lionel Richie, amongst others - you’ll be dancing in the aisles and screaming for more!

£18.50 / £17.50 This event takes place at the Meres, Trent Road, Grantham NG31 7XQ

Drama / Amateur

Bouncers 1990s Remix By John Godber Cleethorpes Rotary Club Production Monday 18 & Tuesday 19 October 7.30pm It’s Friday night, it’s club night - time for Bouncers to start work! Four brutish bouncers show us a night out on the town in a hilarious parody of the night club scene. They play over twenty different characters from giggly girls and young lads out on the pull, to Hooray Henrys - all set against the tatty glamour of the local night club.

£9.50 / £8.50 £8.50 groups more than 10

Music at the

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Music / Hire

Hooked on Country, Sold on Sixties The Magnificent 7 Wednesday 20 October 7.30pm A fabulous new programme for 2010, this show takes you on a rollercoaster ride of memories from the sixties along with the very best of country music. For the last six years, Hooked on Country, Sold on Sixties has enjoyed success across the country, with a fantastic combination of classic country greats and solid gold hits from the sixties, all interwoven with comedy & sketches. The performers create a rapport with the audience, making the whole experience infectious and uplifting and leaving the audience cheering for more.

£12.00

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Variety / Hire

Dance / Amateur

Family Fun this half te Workshop

Nigel’s Autumn Tonic

A Spoonful of Sugar

Nigel ‘Boy’ Syer in association with Douglas Gorin Thursday 21 October 7.30pm

Elite Academy of Dance Friday 22 & Saturday 23 October Saturday Matinee 2.30pm Evenings 7.30pm

Everyone knows the best tonic is laughter and you will get loads of laughs with Nigel ‘Boy’ Syer the top Norfolk comedian – he can play the accordion too! With him is singer Douglas Gorin making his farewell appearance at the Guildhall with some favourite songs. Also appearing are popular singer Lisa Marie and the Starlite Dancers. Something for everyone, so book early!

Students from Grantham’s Elite Academy of Dance present their adaptation of the classic children’s tale, Mary Poppins. A supercalifragilistic story of two children and their practically perfect Nanny told through a variety of genres of dance and song.

£10.00

£7.00 / £5.00 under 10s

Film

Halloween ‘Glee’ Musical Workshop

Nanny McPhee and The Big Bang

Wildcats Theatre School’s Tuesday 26 October 9.15am to 4.30pm 6 to 16 years

(2010) U Tuesday 26 October – 2.00pm

A day filled with songs and dances from the popular TV programme ‘Glee’ mixed in with Halloween themed activities such as spooky party games, creepy dances and chilling drama. Participants should bring a packed lunch. A mini-performance for parents and friends is at 3.45pm

£16.50

Director: Cast:

Susanna White Emma Thompson, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Run Time: 109mins On a farm in Britain during World War II, Mrs. Green is trying to keep the family farm running, hold down a job and look after three children - all while her husband is away at war. So when her children’s spoiled cousins are sent to live on their farm, another war breaks out. Enter Nanny McPhee who takes matters into her own hands…

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Tom’s Midnight Garden

alf term... Workshop

NITS Look at the Future Wednesday 27 & Thursday 28 October 10.00am to 3.30pm 6 to 16 years Will you be holidaying on Mars and going to school by spacecraft? Or will you still be on earth, combating climate change with weird and wonderful inventions? It’s up to you! Partly pre-structured and partly improvised, the Nearly Instant Theatre Sessions are drama, dance and singing workshops which lead to a performance, suitable for beginners and experienced performers. Participants should bring a packed lunch.

Variety / Hire

Image Musical Theatre Wednesday 27 October 2.30pm When Tom’s brother gets measles, Tom is sent to stay with an uncle and aunt in a flat. Pretty soon, he begins to feel lonely. However, at night, when he hears the grandfather clock strike 13, he investigates and discovers that the small back yard is now a large sunlit garden. Here he meets another lonely child, Hatty, and together, they embark on many adventures until Tom begins to realise they are not taking place in the 1950s – Tom’s time – but in 1895… With beautiful period costumes, an ingenious set and wonderful music this production provides the very best in touring productions for children.

The Mayor’s Charity Variety Show Thursday 28 October 7.30pm It’s that time of year again – the annual charity variety show where the finest acts and local talent take to the stage in an evening of entertainment in aid of the Mayor’s chosen charities. The line-up for this show will be confirmed closer to the date – check at the box office for details. Tel: 01476 406158.

£10.00

£6.50 / £5.50 / £20.00 family of four

The performance is on Thursday at 3.00pm.

£25.00 for two days

Family / Guildhall Promoted

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Workshop

So You Think You Can Dance? Halloween Special

Family / Guildhall Promoted

Workshop

Grantham Music Club

How the Koala Learned to Hug

‘Twilight’ Halloween Special

Brodowski String Quartet

The People’s Theatre Company Saturday 30 October 2.30pm 4 years and over

Wildcats Theatre School Saturday 30 October 9.15am – 4.30pm 6 to 16 years

Sponsored by Escritt Barrell Golding Wednesday 3 November 7.30 pm

Take part in a day of activities themed around vampires, ghosts and spooky goings on. Learn songs, routines and script from the ‘Twilight’ films along with Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller’, ‘The Time Warp’ and ‘The Adams Family’. Bring spooky costumes, make-up, accessories and a packed lunch. Children will have access to temporary tattoos/coloured hairspray and face paint during this session – please advise of any allergies on booking.

A mini-performance for parents and friends is at 3.45pm

After the success of ‘Bink and the Hairy Fairy’ last Spring, The People’s Theatre Company returns to the Guildhall with ‘How The Koala Learned To Hug.’ Adapted from Steven Lee’s first collection of short stories, this charming new musical has been written especially for parents to enjoy with their children. Join Steven and a host of wild characters; including Natascha the Witch, the reggae beavers and Karen the Koala, to learn about the magic of family and, of course, the importance of a nice warm hug. You can expect plenty of sing-along songs, superb games and first class hugging!

£16.50

£6.50 / £5.50 / £20.00 family of four

Wildcats Theatre School Friday 29 October 9.15am – 4.30pm 6 to 16 years Can dance? Can’t dance? Either way, it doesn’t really matter! This day will be filled with music from Thriller, The Adam’s Family, The Rocky Horror Show, Ghostbusters and Better The Devil You Know for you to learn dances to. During the afternoon we will be dressing up and performing our dances in Grantham (subject to weather) then returning to the Arts Centre to prepare for the show. Remember to bring any costumes, wigs or witches brooms! Participants should bring a packed lunch.

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A mini-performance for parents and friends is at 3.45pm

£16.50

This brilliant quartet is a group to watch out for and those who saw their concert last year at Harlaxton, as part of the Music in Quiet Places season, can vouch for this. David Brodowski (violin), Catrin Win Morgan (violin), Felix Tanner (viola) and Vanessa Lucas-Smith (cello) have enjoyed performing in some of the foremost venues in the country including Wigmore Hall and the Barbican as well as throughout Europe, including several festivals. The Quartet is dedicated to educational work and increasing the awareness of Chamber Music amongst young people.

£10.00 / £8.00 - £1.00 students Grantham Music Club concerts take place at Central Technology and Sports College, Rushcliffe Road, Grantham.

Guildhall Arts Centre • Box Office: 01476 406158 • Book Online: www.guildhallartscentre.com


Talk / Guildhall Promoted

Literature at Lunchtime with Dr Jane Mackay Henry James ‘The Turn of the Screw’ Thursday 4 November 12noon ‘The Turn of the Screw’ is a great horror story for this time of year, written by the absolute master of psychological exploration in fiction. It’s also a story that may or may not have ghosts! When a governess is charged with looking after two orphaned children on a country estate, the figures of an unknown man and woman in the grounds are the catalyst for some strange events, leading the reader to ask: Is the governess moral and sane or prurient and mad? Dr Jane Mackay attempts to reach a clearer understanding of James’s intentions.

£5.50 / £5.00

Talk / Guildhall Promoted

Drama / Amateur

An Audience with Peter Snow

Agatha Christie’s ‘The Hollow’

‘To War with Wellington’ Saturday 6 November 7.30pm

St Peter’s Hill Players Wednesday 10 to Saturday 13 November 7.30pm

Enjoy an entertaining evening with presenter and writer Peter Snow discussing the highlights of the Duke of Wellington’s battle with Napoleonic France. Most famously known for his highly visual reporting on ‘Newsnight’ using the ‘swingometer’ during elections, Peter Snow can bring to life the driest of topics. Now, following the success of his books and TV series ‘Battlefield Britain and 20th Century Battles’, Peter uses eyewitness accounts, letters and memoirs of soldiers who fought with Wellington to bring alive the horrors, the courage, the ambitions and the jealousies fighting the Napoleonic dictatorship.

£15.00 / £14.00

On the morning John Christow and his downtrodden wife, Gerda, are due to travel to Sir Henry and the eccentric Lady Angkatell’s house for a weekend party, John allows his daughter to tell his fortune with cards. When the death card is drawn, he pays no attention. However, the appearance of an old flame, Veronica Clay, at the Angkatell’s party at ‘The Hollow’ seems to be the final link in a chain of what proves to be fatal circumstances. A fine example of ‘a country house mystery’, this is one of Agatha Christie’s more complex examples of characterization.

Music / Guildhall Promoted

60s Gold Starring Gerry & The Pacemakers, The Searchers, PJ Proby and Chip Hawkes Saturday 13 November 7.30pm This glittering show features sounds of the sixties from stars for the sixties. at the Gerry and the Pacemakers will perform classics including ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’, The Searchers will rock the house with hits such as ‘Sweets for my Sweet’, international recording star PJ Proby will be on stage singing top tunes including ‘Somewhere’ and Chip Hawkes will perform timeless classics including, ‘Silence is Golden’.

Music Meres

£22.00 / £20.00 Wednesday All other shows

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£7.50 £8.50

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Drama / Guildhall Promoted

Film

Drama / Guildhall Promoted

Lysistrata Actors Of Dionysus (AOD) Friday 19 November 7.30pm 16 years and over

Animal Farm

My Name is Khan

Theatre Tours International Wednesday 17 November 7.30pm

(2010) 12A Thursday 18 November – 7.30pm

Gary Shelford’s magnificent solo performance of Orwell’s classic satire has to be seen to be believed! Using nothing but a wooden box, some amazing sound effects and brilliant physical and vocal dexterity, Shelford ignites this famous yarn bringing a modern sinister relevance to Orwell’s masterwork. Hilariously comic and powerfully poignant by turns, Shelford’s breathtaking storytelling creates the farmyard around you in 110 minutes of utterly compelling theatre. This is a must see performance for all ages.

Cast:

£10.00 / £9.00 - £6.50 students

Director: Karan Johar Shahrukh Khan, Kajol

Run Time: 161 minutes Rizwan Khan is a Muslim from Mumbai with Asperger’s syndrome. As an adult, he travels to the US where he marries Hindu single mother, Mandira, and begins a ‘perfect life’. However, after the 9/11 terrorist attacks on New York, they experience prejudice and following an attack on Mandira’s son, the family is torn apart. When Rizwan asks Mandira what he must do, she tells him to ‘tell the people and the president of America that your name is Kahn, and you are not a terrorist’. Taking her at her word, Rizwan sets off on a journey across the States to clear his name.

£4.50 / £3.50

Lysistrata leads the women of Greece in a revolt against the male establishment, calling on them to ban sex in order to stop a bloody conflict in this bold, visual, no-nonsense approach to the contemporary staging of a classical text. Chaos ensues as the conventions of Ancient Greek society are turned on their head and sexual tension builds to bursting point in this bawdy, provocative & delightfully absurd comedy. With a reputation for making Greek drama seriously sexy, AOD use a highly physical style and a team of skilled collaborators known for their circus & comedy experience to catapult this play into the 21st Century. School workshops available - email c.carrington@southkesteven.gov.uk

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Dance / Amateur

Giselle

Music / Guildhall Promoted

Independent Ballet Wales Friday 26 November 8.00pm

The Aristocats Kids Star Academy Saturday 20 November 1.30pm & 4.00pm

Independent Ballet Wales present a breathtaking version of one of the most famous ballets of all time. Peasant girl Giselle is driven to kill herself when she discovers that her youthful lover ‘Loys’ is in reality Count Albrecht and unable to marry her. She rises from the dead to prey on the man who has betrayed her but as Albrecht visits her moonlit grave, Giselle protects him from the deathly touch of her phantom sisters. Based on the reworking of Giselle by Marius Petipa, with additions by artistic director and ‘Creative Wales Award’ winner Darius James, it also features an original score by Adolphe Adam.

£14.00 / £12.50

Students from Grantham’s Star Academy present a stage version of Disney’s much loved children’s classic ‘The Aristocats’. Madame’s jealous butler Edgar cat-naps Duchess and her kittens and abandons them in the Parisian countryside. What’s a cat to do? Luckily, Thomas O’Malley and his rag-tag bunch of Alley Cats come to their rescue! This feline adventure is sure to get you tapping your feet to its hip, jazzy beat which includes the Disney favourites ‘The Aristocats,’ ‘Scales and Arpeggios’ and ‘Ev’rybody Wants to Be a Cat.’

Chris Newman & Máire Ní Chathasaigh Saturday 27 November 7.30pm Enjoy the celebrated virtuoso partnership of Máire Ní Chathasaigh, ‘the greatest Celtic harpist of our age’ and England’s premier flat-picking guitarist, Chris Newman for an enticing cocktail of dynamic Irish dance-music. You can expect a programme of soulful airs, evocative songs and original compositions, spiked with shots of hot jazz, bluegrass and baroque. Tonight the duo will be showcasing material from their two new solo albums, Máire’s ‘The Crystal’ and Chris’s ‘Still Getting Away with It’.

£6.00

£12.00 / £10.00 concessions

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Drama / Amateur

Wanted - One Body!

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Literature at Lunchtime with Dr Jane Mackay

by Charles Dyer Harriet Beecher Stowe’s Grantham Dramatic Society Wednesday 1 to Saturday 4 December ‘Uncle Tom’s Cabin’ Thursday 2 December 7.30pm 12 noon Even before rising flood waters cut the country house off, the late Mr Barraclough’s body has gone missing along with his latest will. But who’s responsible for the ensuing murders and who stands to benefit? Is it the rough diamond chauffeur Johnson? Or down-trodden secretary Anne Beale? Or maybe one of the others? It’s up to solicitor Blundell and his petrified nephew Mickleby to find out. Book before November 1st and get £1 off every ticket. Group discount: book 8 tickets or more and get £1 off every ticket. (Offers not to be used in conjunction)

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Abraham Lincoln thought that this book, essentially an anti-slavery novel, started the American Civil War. Focusing on the character of Uncle Tom, a long-suffering black slave, it was the first American novel to become a best seller. However, from being celebrated for its defence of human rights, it has since become hugely controversial with the name ‘Uncle Tom’ becoming a derogatory term for those championing African American writing. Let’s see what we think!

£5.50 / £5.00 Join us for mince pies and mulled wine in the gallery after the talk!

Music / Guildhall Promoted

Grantham Music Club

Pasadena Roof Orchestra

Christmas with Cantabile

Swinging into Christmas! Friday 3 December 7.30pm

Sponsored by Pigott and Hall Wednesday 8 December 7.30pm

Get in a feel-good festive mood with Christmas songs, ballads and timeless classics of the 1920s and 1930s, played with The Pasadena Roof Orchestra’s inimitable style and panache. The programme includes special arrangements of ‘White Christmas’, ‘By The Fireside’ and ‘The Savoy Christmas Medley’ in this fantastic family show.

Performing music for the festive season, Cantabile will be performing a range of pieces from carols and classical to modern and jazz - presented with the purest choral sound, combined with side-splitting comedy. Founded in Cambridge as a purely a capella student group, Cantabile have long been recognised as one of Britain’s great vocal groups, appearing in a variety of venues and pursuing a policy of dynamic renewal.

£16.00 / £15.00 This event takes place at the Meres, Trent Road, Grantham NG31 7XQ

Music at the

£10.00 / £8.00 - £1.00 students Grantham Music Club concerts take place at Central Technology and Sports College, Rushcliffe Road, Grantham.

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Dance

Christmas Ball Saturday 11 December 8.00pm – 11.30pm Open to all keen ballroom dancers, this is your opportunity to dress up and enjoy yourself in a relaxed evening of dancing, eating, drinking and socialising.

£12.50 (includes finger buffet) For those interested in brushing up on Ballroom Dancing skills, see page 3 for details on the Guildhall’s regular Monday evening Ballroom classes for juniors, beginners, intermediate and advanced dancers as well as a sequence dancing class.

Workshop

It’s Panto Time!

The night before Christmas

Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs

Wildcats Theatre School Tuesday 21 December 9.30am – 4.00pm 6 to 16 years

Polka Dot Theatre Company Monday 13 to December 2010 to Sunday 2 January 2011

‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house, Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse....’ We will be recreating this famous Christmas poem using dance, drama and singing in this one-day Wildcats special. Learn how to dance and sing to ‘Auld Lang Syne’ and what it means, as well as other famous festive songs. The day will finish with a mini Wildcats party which ends when the clock strikes midnight (or 4pm!) Participants should bring a packed lunch. A mini-performance for parents and friends is at 3.50pm

‘Mirror, mirror on the wall, what’s the best loved panto of them all?’ Polka Dot makes its debut panto at the Guildhall Arts Centre this Christmas with the first of many spectacular pantomimes. Snow White is an enchanting fairytale and the perfect festive treat for the whole family – full of dazzling scenery, glittering costumes and some truly magical surprises. Join Muddles the Jester, Dame Dolly Dumpling, the hilarious Seven Dwarfs and the handsome Prince s they help to save Snow White from the evil plotting of the jealous Wicked Queen.

£16.50

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December 2010 Monday 13 10.15am Tuesday 14 10.15am 1.15pm Wednesday 15 10.15am 1.15pm Thursday 16 10.15am 1.15pm Friday 17 6.00pm Saturday 18 2.00pm 6.00pm Sunday 19 2.00pm 6.00pm Monday 20 2.00pm 6.00pm Tuesday 21 2.00pm 6.00pm Wednesday 22 2.00pm 6.00pm Thursday 23 2.00pm 6.00pm Friday 24 11.00am 2.00pm NO PERFORMANCE Saturday 25 - Sunday 26 NO PERFORMANCE Monday 27 2.00pm 6.00pm Tuesday 28 2.00pm 6.00pm Wednesday 29 2.00pm 6.00pm Thursday 30 2.00pm 6.00pm Friday 31 2.00pm January 2011 Saturday 1 Sunday 2

NO PERFORMANCE 2.00pm 6.00pm

Tickets Adults: £10.00 Concessions: £9.00 Family Deal: £36.00 (2 Adults & 2 Children or 1 Adult & 3 Children) School Groups: £7.00 (plus 1 free ticket for every 10 booked) Groups of 20 plus: £9.00

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In Person Opening Times: 9.30am to 4.30pm Monday to Friday 9.30am to 1.00pm Saturdays 45 minutes prior to events

On the Phone Tel: 01476 406158. Outside opening hours, please leave a message and one of our box office staff will get back to you as soon as possible.

Credit Cards Payment can be made by Mastercard, Switch, American Express and Visa in person or by phone.

Cheques Cheques should be made payable to South Kesteven District Council and posted to Guildhall Arts Centre Box Office, St Peter’s Hill, Grantham, Lincs, NG31 6PZ.

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Additional Information Reservations and Collections Reserved tickets must be paid for within five working days or they will be released. Paid-for tickets should be collected at least 15mins before the start of a show.

Prices and Concessions Discounts are available to: Artscene Members Unemployed People Senior Citizens Students Children Under 16 People Receiving Income Support People Receiving Invalidity, Benefit or Disability allowance Carers Accompanying a Disabled Person Please bring proof of status when making a booking

Refunds

Coffee Shop Welcome to the new Guildhall Coffee Shop, which has been refurbished and re-opened under new management. We offer a range of locally sourced sandwiches and meals prepared to order, along with a selection of homemade cakes, teas and Rainforest Alliance coffees. Whether you’re visiting the Guildhall for a performance, attending a meeting or simply shopping in Grantham, call in and sample our new menu. Opening times: Monday – Friday: 9.30am to 4.30pm Saturday: 9.30am to 2.00pm

Regretfully we are unable to refund money or exchange tickets. If an event is sold out, we will try to sell unwanted tickets.

The bar is open before all shows, during intervals and ice creams are available. There is also a pre-order service for interval drinks.

Children Under 18 Months

If you are holding a meeting, wedding or function at the Guildhall, we can provide a range of refreshments or buffets to meet your requirements. To find out more:

Children under the age of 18 months are not admitted into the theatre. Any child brought to see a performance must have a ticket and an allocated seat.

Tel: 01476 575757 Email: guildhallcoffeeshop@live.co.uk

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The Venue Room Hire

The impressive Victorian clock tower of the Guildhall Arts Centre on St Peter’s Hill, right in the centre of town, serves as an obvious point of reference to anyone visiting the centre. Well situated and easy to find, this venue offers a range of facilities to accommodate a variety of activities including performances, conferences, seminars, presentations, meetings, workshops, receptions and parties.

The Theatre

The Ballroom

The Guildhall Theatre can seat up to 210 people and hosts performances, workshop, lectures and seminars throughout the year. The theatre is equipped with professional quality sound and lighting systems, an excellent upright piano, cinema screen and two fully fitted dressing rooms with adjoining showers and toilets. The theatre also has an induction loop and assistance dogs are welcome.

Perfect for wedding receptions, parties and informal performances, the Ballroom can hold up to 200 people and seat 100. With a small stage, dance floor, professional kitchen for your chosen caterer, licensed bar and some sound and lighting equipment available, the Ballroom is a great venue with lots to offer. Situated on the second floor with lift access, the Ballroom is also ideal for everything from sales meetings to seminars.

The Gallery & Studio 4

Equipment Available

The Gallery and Studio 4 can accommodate smaller functions and meetings. The Gallery is situated on the ground floor and can be used for small performances, parties, lectures, sales and meetings. Studio 4, situated on the first floor with lift access, can comfortably seat up to 25 people for meetings and lectures.

Equipment available for hire includes: overhead projector, screens, flipcharts, television, video, DVD player, Power Point, slide projector, public announcement systems (for Ballroom and Theatre only), fax and photocopier.

Buffet lunches are available from our in-house café from just £3.00 a head and there is a professional kitchen and a range of support equipment available for hire.

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November Lit at Lunch, Wide Sargasso Sea Alice in Wonderland (PG) Mad About the Musicals Invictus (12A) Singin’ In the Rain, Harrowby Singers

Talk Film Musical Theatre Film Musical Theatre

Roy Book Binder The New Orleans Serenaders That’ll Be the Day Andy & Mikes Big Box of Bananas Chris Farlowe & The Norman Beaker Band UGLY, Red Ladder Theatre Company

Music Music Music at the Meres Family Music Drama Medium Film Grantham Music Club Talk Talk Drama Film Dance Music at the Meres Drama

October Life After Life An Education (12A) Richard Roddis & Phillip Robinson

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Lit at Lunch, To The Lighthouse Alexei Sayle’s ‘Stalin Ate My Homework’ The Perfect Wife, Plested & Brown Precious (15) Inside, Jean Abreu Dance The Magic of Motown Bouncers, Cleethorpes Rotary Club

7.30pm 7.30pm 7.30pm / 2.30pm (Sat) 2.30pm 7.30pm 2.30pm

Hooked on Country, Sold on Sixties Nigel’s Autumn Tonic A Spoonful of Sugar, Elite Academy of Dance Tom’s Midnight Garden, Image Musical The Mayor’s Charity Variety How the Koala Learned to Hug

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Music Variety Dance Family Variety Family

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Lit at Lunch, The Turn of the Screw An Audience with Peter Snow Agatha Christie’s ‘The Hollow’, SPHP

Grantham Music Club Talk Talk Drama

7.30pm 7.30pm 7.30pm 7.30pm 1.30pm & 4.00pm 8.00pm 7.30pm

60s Gold Animal Farm, International Theatre Tours My Name is Kahn (12A) Lysistrata, AOD The Aristocats, Kids, Star Academy Giselle, Independent Ballet Wales Chris Newman & Maire Ni Chathasaigh

Music at the Meres Drama Film Drama Dance Dance Music

Wanted – One Body! GDS

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Lit at Lunch, Uncle Tom’s Cabin Pasadena Roof Orchestra Christmas with Cantabile

Talk Music at the Meres Grantham Music Club Dance Pantomime

December Wed 1 to 7.30pm Sat 4 Thu 2 12 noon Fri 3 7.30pm Wed 8 7.30pm Sat 11 8.00pm Mon 13 to Various Jan 2 2011

Christmas Ball Snow White and the Seven Dwarves

The Guildhall Arts Centre is Part of South Kesteven District Council’s Cultural Services. All information contained in the programme was correct at the time of going to press. The Guildhall Arts Centre reserves the right to make changes if necessary. Guildhall Arts Centre, St Peter’s Hill, Grantham, Lincs, NG31 6PZ Tel: 01476 406158 www.guildhallartscentre.com

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