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Talks

Dance

P - Lit at Lunch, Nikos Kazantzakis’ ‘Zorba the Greek’ 6 P - Lit at Lunch, Collette’s ‘Cheri’ 9 P - Lit at Lunch, John Steinbeck’s ‘The Grapes of Wrath’ 14 P - An Audience with Jonathan Miller 15 P - Lit at Lunch, Lewis Carroll’s ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’ 18

P - Adventures in Anti-Cool 10 P - ‘Midsummer Night’s Dream’, Independent Ballet Wales 17

Music

Family

H - Gary Perkins’ Country Music Show 6 P - The Last Sonatas, James Lisney 8 P - Piaf – A Celebration of a Legend 11 P - Adrian Edmondson and The Bad Shepherds 11 P - Robin Nolan Trio 12 H - Hooked on Country Sold on Sixties 14 P - ‘A People’s Guide to World Domination’, Neil Innes 14 H - Mad About the Musicals 15 P - ‘Brandy and Beer’, Karen Sharp and Robert Fowler Quintet 16 P - Bob Brozman 16

Drama P - Six Sided Man 7 P - Beauty Queen of Leenane 8 P - Les Trois Mousquetaires 10 A - Habeas Corpus - St Peter’s Hill Players 13 A - Cash on Delivery, Grantham Dramatic Society 15 P - Captain Corelli’s Mandolin 16 P - On the Rocks 18 P - The Liberty Tree 18

Comedy H - Standing Up, Rob Grant P - Variety Lives! with Arthur Smith

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P - Beauty and the Beast 10 P - The Planetarium Show 12 P - Bruno the Bear 13

Variety H - Grantham Lions’ Club Variety Showcase 6 A - Lest We Forget - Breakthrough Productions 7 H - ‘Nigel’s Feel-good Show’ 11 H - The Mayor’s Charity Variety Show 12

Other H - Sue Whitcroft, International Medium

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Workshop W - NITS Goes Underground 13

Key P - Professional A - Local Amateur Group H - Hire W - Workshop

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Time? 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.

A Great Night Out

Group Savings

Student Standbys only £2.00

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 01476 406158. Seats must be booked at the same time, subject to availability. Not available online.

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.

Family Discount Tickets Look out for our family savers: Beauty and the Beast - see page 10 The Planetarium Show - see page 12 Bruno Bear - see page 13 Tickets must be purchased at the same time, subject to availability. Not available online.

Drama Saver

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

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Double

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Book for three Guildhall promoted drama productions and see a fourth for free! Choose from: Six Sided Man

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Beauty Queen of Lenanne

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Les Trois Mousquetaires

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Captain Corelli’s Mandholin

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On the Rocks

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The Liberty Tree - see page 18 Tickets must be purchased at the same time, subject to availability. Not available online. Guildhall Arts Centre • Box Office: 01476 406158 • Book Online: www.guildhallartscentre.com

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Taking Part

If you like ‘doing’ as well as ‘seeing’, we’ve got plenty of regular workshops for you to get involved in… Youth Dance Lincolnshire Dance Agency

Thursdays in term time 8 to 11 years 4.30pm – 5.30pm 12 to 16 years 5.30pm – 6.30pm This is a great opportunity for young people to get creative and get moving. Energy and enthusiasm is all that’s required. Techniques will be taught in various styles of dance concentrating on jazz and street dance. £2.50 per session

Youth Drama with Fiona Kimberley Junior

8 to 10 yrs - Tuesdays 4.30pm – 5.30pm £2.50 per session

Intermediate

11to 13 yrs - Fridays 5.00pm – 6.30pm £3.00 per session

Senior

14 + yrs - Thursdays 7.00pm – 9.00pm £3.50 per session

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Ballroom Dancing Ann Gibbons Dance

Mondays – starts Monday 7 September

Juniors

Social Dances

8 to 16yrs - 6.00pm to 6.45pm

Monday 5 October & Monday 16 November 7.30pm to 9.30pm

Learn to dance a range of Ballroom and Latin dances including the Waltz, Quickstep, Cha Cha Cha and Jive in this fun and friendly workshop. There is also the opportunity to take your skills further in Ballroom Dancing exams. £3.50

Adult Intermediate 7.00pm to 8.15pm For those who have mastered the Ballroom and Latin basics, this class helps you work on your floor-craft and develops your dancing skills further. We also introduce the Viennese Waltz and add new figures to dances you already know. There will be a 15mins troubleshooting session at the end of the class so you can ask questions and work through any issues you may have. £38.50 for half a term or £6.00 per session.

Adult Improvers 8.00pm to 9.15pm This class continues to increase your confidence on the dance floor in Waltz, Quickstep, Foxtrot, Paso, Cha Cha Cha and Jive and introduces you to Samba, Rumba and the Viennese Waltz. If you are returning to dance after a break, this is the perfect class to refresh your memory. There will be a 15mins troubleshooting session at the beginning of the class so you can ask questions and work through any issues you may have.

During the 14-week term there will be the opportunity to put your hard work into practice, improve your social dancing skills and have fun in two informal dances. Drinks are available. £6.00 per dance or included in the £38.50 package

Christmas Ball Saturday 12 December 8.00pm to 11.00pm £12.50 (includes finger buffet) 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.

£38.50 for half a term or £6.00 per session.

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Film Programme Australia (2008) 12A Wed 9 Sept -7.30pm Set in northern Australia before World War II, an English aristocrat inherits a sprawling ranch and reluctantly joins forces with a stock-man to protect her property. As they drive cattle over an unforgiving landscape, they experience the Japanese bombing of Darwin, firsthand.

Frost / Nixon (2008) 15 Thu 17 Sept - 7.30pm The story of the legendary battle between Richard Nixon, the disgraced president with a legacy to save, and David Frost, a jet-setting television personality with a name to make, in a historic encounter that changed both their lives.

Revolutionary Road (2008) 15 Fri 25 Sept - 7.30pm A young couple living ‘the perfect suburban family life’ in 50s America are secretly frustrated by their unsatisfying

relationships and careers. Determined to identify themselves as superior to other suburbanites, they decide to move to France to develop their artistic sensibilities.

Cheri (2009) 15 Thu 8 October - 2.00pm The son of a courtesan retreats into a fantasy world after being forced to end his relationship with an older woman who educated him in the ways of love. Set in late 19th Century France this film is tastefully sexy, sensual, sad and funny.

The Secret Life of Bees (2008) 12A Mon 16 Nov - 7.30pm Set in South Carolina in 1964, 14year-old Lily Owens - haunted by the memory of her late mother - escapes her lonely life with her only friend, Rosaleen, to a South Carolina town that holds the secret to her mother’s past. Taken in by the independent Boatwright sisters, Lily finds solace in their mesmerizing world of beekeeping.

In The Loop (2009) 15 Fri 20 Nov - 7.30pm This is a comedy that draws on nonspecific events to create a world that is terrifyingly familiar: The US President and UK Prime Minister fancy a war. But not everyone agrees that war is a good thing…

The Women (2009) 12A Wed 2 Dec - 7.30pm Sweet, wealthy, happily-married Mary Haines finds her marriage in trouble when a shop assistant starts having an affair with her husband. The situation naturally gets worse when it becomes the hot topic of conversation amongst her high society friends…

Tickets for: Evening Performances £3.50 / £3.00

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Lunchtime

Nikos Kazantzakis’ ‘Zorba the Greek’ Thursday 3 September • Talk • 12noon

£5.00 / £4.50 concessions

Grantham Lions’ Club Variety Showcase Friday 4 September • Variety • 7.30pm Grantham Lions’ Club present a variety showcase of local singers, dancers and musicians with acts including Terry Carey, Lee Robbins, Steve Sale, James Dean, Charmaine Galtress and Grantham School of Dance. Funds raised from this event will go to Grantham Hospital’s Oncology and CCU Unit. £10.00

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Lest We Forget

Company Gavin Robertson

Breakthrough Productions

Wednesday 23 September • Drama • 7.30pm

Friday 18 September • Variety • 7.30pm

Darkly comic, tongue-in-cheek and highly imaginative, ‘The Six-Sided Man’ centres on a psychiatrist’s idea that every decision should be made by the roll of a dice.

Breakthrough Productions - Join young talent from in and around Grantham for a collection of your favourite songs that encapsulate the spirit of remembrance.

As he delves further into a world where he takes no responsibility for his actions - and introduces one of his patients to the same idea - mayhem ensues and society’s rules start to become twisted… Based on Luke Rhinehart’s novel ‘The Dice Man’, this is a quirky combination of dialogue and imaginative physical theatre performed by two extraordinary actors, Gavin Robertson and Nicholas Collett.

Famously filmed with Anthony Quinn as Zorba, this is the novel that made Kazantzakis’ name famous outside Greece. Born in Heraklion in Crete, Kazantzakis wrote prolifically throughout his life and ‘Zorba the Greek’ is based on his own experience of mining lignite in the Greek ‘Mani’. It is a novel celebrating friendship, love, dance and the sheer joy of life itself. Come and enjoy the book that captures the essence of Crete and which nearly won Kazantzakis the Nobel Prize, had the Greek Church not objected.

Six Sided Man

£9.00 / £7.00 concessions

Garry Perkins’ Country Music Show Saturday 12 September • Country • 7.30pm Voted ‘Best British Male Artist’ at the British Country Music Awards in September 2008, you only have to be present at one of Gary Perkins’ shows to understand why.

£6.50 / £5.00 concessions

Standing Up Rob Grant Saturday 26 September • Comedy • 8.00pm The myriad award winning cocreator of Red Dwarf applies the relentless laser scalpel of his comedy to Government incompetence, 21st Century technology and fun sized chocolate bars. Audience members who are not 100% confident in their bladder control are advised to wear rubber underpants. £12.00

Gary possesses the rare talent of being able to create a compelling atmosphere which draws out the emotions of his listeners. Within the space of a few minutes he will have you out of your seat, rocking to an upbeat number and in the following moment, riveted in total silence as he delivers a heart-felt ballad. Backed by his band ‘The Breeze’, Gary Perkins is a country music man on the up – don’t miss this opportunity to see him. £12.00

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Beauty Queen of Leenane London Classic Theatre

Thursday 1 October • Drama • 7.30pm Set in the mountains of Connemara, County Galway, ‘The Beauty Queen of Leenane’ tells the darkly comic tale of Maureen Folan, a plain, lonely woman in her early forties and Mag, her manipulative, ageing mother. When Mag interferes in Maureen’s first and possibly final chance of a loving relationship, a train of events is set in motion that leads inexorably towards the play’s terrifying finale. Martin McDonagh’s multi awardwinning play is a gripping blend of dark comedy, melodrama, horror and tragedy. Contains Strong Language. Suitable for 14 years plus £9.00 / £7.00 concessions

Sue Whitcroft – International Medium Friday 2 October • Medium • 7.30pm Join Sue Whitcroft for an ‘Evening with Spirit’ at the Guildhall and Arts Centre. Sue is one of the country’s most respected mediums known to impress even the most cynical. This event features in her current UK tour and will be the only appearance scheduled in Lincolnshire. Testimonials can be seen on her website at www.mediumsuewhitcroft.com. £15.00

Lives!

With Arthur Smith Friday 2 October • Comedy • 8.00pm Prepare for a heady mix of intelligent stand-up, brilliantly observed character comedy, clever wordplay and classy music brought to you by an array of great acts from a gallery of living legends, seasoned stars and exciting emerging talents. BBC2’s Grumpy Old Men’ star Arthur Smith – the King Arthur of British comedy and a firm favourite at the Edinburgh Fringe - is a regular broadcaster and interviewer on BBC Radio with ‘Loose Ends and ‘Smith Lectures’. His autobiography ‘My Name is Daphne Fairfax’ has recently been published to great acclaim.

Saturday 3 October • Classical • 7.30pm

Barbara Nice – best known for her cameo role as ‘Holy Mary’ in Peter Kay’s hit series ‘Phoenix Nights’ and ‘Max & Paddy’s Road to Nowhere’ – is a supremely funny character comedian who tours the country on behalf of the opinionated suburban housewives of Stockport.

Part of an Autumn tour that includes New York’s Carnegie Hall, James Lisney presents his interpretations of the Viennese classical repertoire which have achieved international distinction through recordings and performances at the world’s most prestigious venues.

Cult comedy icon Hattie Hayridge – whose TV fame is assured forever for playing Holly in BBC2’s spoof sci-fi series ‘Red Dwarf’ is renowned for her razor sharp observations of everyday absurdities. Her stand up has been acclaimed from Adelaide to Zagreb.

Josef Haydn

Ruby Wood and Noah Burton are an inspired acoustic soul act everyone is talking about. Mesmerising vocalist Ruby Wood (Yamaha Classic FM Jazz Scholarship winner 2008) and equally talented multi-instrumentalist Noah Burton keep the music exciting and fresh.

The Last Sonatas James Lisney

Sonata in E flat, Hoboken XVI:52

Ludwig van Beethoven Sonata in C minor, opus 111 Franz Schubert

Sonata in B flat, Deutsch 960

£12.00 / £10.00 concessions

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Lunchtime Colette’s ‘Cheri’

Thursday 8 October • Talk • 12noon This is Colette’s tender and poignant rendering of that particularly French world, the ‘demi-monde’ where the pleasures of the flesh were enjoyed freely, courtesans defined fashion and cafes provided forums for the exchange of radical ideas. Set in Paris before the 1st World War, Colette explores the love between aging courtesan Lea and Cheri, the young son of her best friend. As Lea gets older and the outer world of physical reality closes in on her, she wonders what will happen to her ‘Cheri?’ Drawn from two of Colette’s exquisite short stories, come and lose yourself in a sensual world that exists on the fringes of respectable society. £5.00 / £4.50 concessions

£14.00 / £12.50 concessions

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Les Trois Mousquetaires Théâtre Sans Frontières Friday 9 October • Drama • 7.30pm

Follow the roguishly handsome D’Artagnan as he fights his way into the deceitful heart of the French Court. Will he finally prove himself worthy of the name Mousquetaire and will he find true love? Parody, puppetry, sparkling song and razor sharp humour combine to make ‘Les Trois Mousquetaires’ an all action adventure comedy you’ll never forget. Have a rollicking good time as this outstanding international band of actors bring alive Dumas’ classic tale with a fiendish new twist for the 21st century - Les Trois Mousquetaires are all played by women! Performed in French with a soupçon of English and Spanish. Suitable for 14 years plus. £9.00 / £7.00 concessions / £5.00 students

Beauty and the Beast Image Musical Theatre Saturday 10 October • Family • 2.30pm

Adventures in Anti-Cool

Nigel’s Feel-good Show

Banxy, KnoLove Productions & Makin Projects Wednesday 14 October • Dance • 7.30pm

Nigel Syer in association with Douglas Gorin

This is your chance to experience three knock-out Hip-Hop performances in one evening.

Accomplished accordionist Nigel ‘Boy’ Syer also acknowledged as one of Norfolk’s funniest comedians - returns to the Guildhall to put a guaranteed smile on your face.

Banxy presents his new solo piece ‘Ikky Wakk’ – Is Ikky still the at the top of the Breakdance game or has age got the best of him? KnoLove Productions present ‘Cool Rules’ – a fierce, uncompromising tale of pride, fear and hope exploring the explosion of violence in our young communities. To round off the evening, ‘Adventures in Anti-Cool’ is a fast and fun vignette of Hip Hop theatre, boldly going where no B’Boy has any right to be - to seek out new hip hop theatre, but not as we know it, by riffing on themes as diverse as Star Trek, club nights and the inner nerd! £9.00 / £7.00 concessions

Image Musical Theatre’s production of this children’s classic fairy tale – one of the most popular European folk stories ever told – brings all the magic of it to life in this musical, interactive production. With beautiful period costumes, an ingenious set and wonderful music from Robert Hyman, this production will continue Image Musical Theatre’s tradition of providing the very best touring theatre for children and their families. £6.00 / £5.00 concessions £20.00 family of four Price includes a 30 minute workshop and a one-hour performance.

Friday 16 October • Variety • 7.30pm

Making guest appearances alongside Nigel are singer Lisa Marie, with her tribute to Karen Carpenter, and Grantham’s own Douglas Gorin. This is great family entertainment so be sure to book early! £10.00

Piaf

A Celebration of a Legend

Adrian Edmondson

and The Bad Shepherds Wednesday 21 October • Punk Folk • 7.30pm The Sex Pistols, The Clash, The Jam and The Stranglers were the soundtrack to ‘Young Ones’ star Ade Edmondson’s teenage years, and like thousands of teenagers, he was rather fond of playing them at home on his acoustic guitar. Cut forward to 2007, after a boozy pre-Christmas lunch in Soho, Ade ‘accidentally’ bought a mandolin, worked out a few chords and played through his old favourites. To his surprise, it sounded pretty interesting… but what it really needed were some brilliant folk musicians. Enter Martin Allcock, multi-instrumentalist best known for playing guitar with Fairport Convention, Troy Donockley, composer, arranger, musician and leading virtuoso of the Uilleann Pipes and Andy Dinan, two-times winner of the ‘All-Ireland Fiddle Championship’ and The Bad Shepherds were born. It’s punk songs on folk instruments – pure entertainment! £14.00 / £12.00 concessions

The John Boddy Agency Saturday 17 October • Music / Drama • 7.30pm Award-winning vocalist Tina May brings to life the music of Edith Piaf – France’s most beloved entertainer, national icon and musical legend. A gifted lyricist, consummate vocalist and sparkling entertainer, Tina May’s astonishing vocal ability and hypnotic stage presence have won her worldwide acclaim. See her masterfully capture the magic of Piaf with classics including ‘La Vie En Rose’, ‘Hymne A L’amour’, ‘Milord’ and ‘Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien.’ £12.00 / £10.00 concessions

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Mayors Variety Show Friday 23 October • Variety • 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. Featuring Simon Shaw, String Sensations, Grantham School of Dance, Hi-Notes, Terry Carey, Charmaine Galtrass, Jack Drury and compered by Trevor Leeson. All proceeds will go to the Mayor’s Charities. £10.00 / £9.00

Robin Nolan Trio Saturday 24 October • Gypsy Jazz • 7.30pm Based in Amsterdam and inspired by legendary guitarist Django Reinhardt, the Robin Nolan trio are internationally recognised as one of Gypsy Jazz’s top outfits. At the age of six, Robin picked up his first guitar and was taught to play by his father, showing a natural affinity for the instrument. From these humble beginnings, Robin has established himself as one of the world’s leading Gypsy Jazz guitarists while creating his own unique, personal style with a hip take on Django’s music. Endorsed by icons such as Willie Nelson, Bill Wyman and George Harrison, it’s Robin’s originality and compositional flair that truly set him apart. Don’t miss it. £14.00 / £12.00 concessions Page 12

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Starlincs Tuesday 27 October • Family Experience • 1.00pm, 2.00pm & 3.00pm Experience the glories of the night sky and the wonders of space travel first hand in Lincolnshire’s only mobile planetarium dome. To celebrate the International Year of Astronomy, ‘The Planetarium Show’ enables 25 people at a time to enter a specially designed seven metre wide dome and learn about all things space related in a cool, dark and totally unique environment. It’s exciting, educational and above all, fun!

NITS goes Underground Tuesday 27 & Wednesday 28 October • Workshop 10.00am – 3.30pm

Bruno Bear

St Peter’s Hill Players Wednesday 28 to Saturday 31 October Comedy Drama • 7.30pm

Thursday 29 October • Family 11.00am & 2.00pm

Set in ‘60s Brighton, ‘Habeas Corpus’ focuses on the lives of the apparently respectable Wicksteed family where, in reality, the lust and longing of permissive society has well and truly taken hold.

What’s more, no one has replied to his invitations so he’s not sure if anyone will come. Fortunately, you and your teddies are invited so come along and help us surprise Bruno with a party with loads of teddy friends! This show has lots of audience participation, rhymes, songs and all-round good fun .

We meet the family, friends and acquaintances of Dr and Mrs Wicksteed, all of whom seem intent on satisfying the body in one way or another. The range of characters - from a rampant doctor and a randy vicar to a frustrated flat-chested spinster - keep this rollicking farce on a non-stop merry-go-round of hilarity. Habeas Corpus, written by Alan Bennett, is an adult only comedy - as saucy and English as a seaside postcard... £6.50 Wednesday - £7.50 Thursday to Saturday

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Willy Worm is organising a surprise tea party for Bruno Bear. All his puppet friends are invited but there’s a big panic – there’s only one hour to go and still the cake to bake and the games to sort out.

Suitable for 2 to 7-year-olds and their families. Don’t forget your teddy! £4.50 / £4.00 concessions £16.00 Family of four

Will you be in hiding from someone or will you work in a goldmine? You could be a spy or digging a tunnel to escape. It’s up to you! Create a musical play in two days with the Nearly Instant Theatre Sessions and perform it for family and friends. The workshop is partly pre-structured and partly improvised so where the story goes is your decision. It’s open to 7 to 16-year-olds and suitable for beginners and experienced performers. Bring a packed lunch.

Suitable for 5 years and over. Experience lasts 40 minutes.

The performance will be on Wednesday 28 October at 3.30pm.

£5.00 / £4.00 concessions / £16.00 family of four.

£25.00 for two days

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Hooked on Country Sold on Sixties

An Audience with

Cash on Delivery

Mad About the Musicals

Jonathan Miller

Grantham Dramatic Society Wednesday 11 to Saturday 14 November Drama • 7.30pm

Wednesday 18 & Thursday 19 November Music • 7.30pm

Tuesday 3 November • Music • 7.30pm Saturday 7 November • Talk • 7.30pm

The artists in this fast moving fun packed show - Texas Gun, Country Company and Gemmani – will take you on a rollercoaster ride through memories of the sixties and the very best of country music.

‘A People’s Guide to

The emphasis is very much on creating a rapport with the audience and the experience is infectious, uplifting and truly memorable. So sit back and enjoy songs from an era that bring back wonderful memories when life seemed a little simpler and most of us were a lot younger!

World

£12.00

Domination’

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Lunchtime John Steinbeck’s ‘The Grapes of Wrath’ Thursday 5 November • Talk • 12 noon

John Steinbeck ‘s ‘The Grapes of Wrath’ is arguably the greatest novel about the American depression ever written. Steinbeck grew up in the Salinas Valley in California where he witnessed the immense tragedy of the dirt farmers of the Mid-West being lured from their dying farms to the promise of plenty in California. This novel made a huge difference to American public opinion and contributed to his getting the Nobel Prize in 1962. Out of terrible suffering Stienbeck created an epic with unforgettable characters.

Neil Innes Thursday 5 November • Music / Comedy • 7.30pm ‘A People’s Guide to World Domination’ is a wryly humorous one-man show, spiced with hot topics of the day and anecdotes from ‘the life and times’ of Neil Innes. Best known for his collaborative work with ‘Monty Python’, the ‘Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band’, ‘The Ruttles’ and his TV show for BBC2, ‘The Innes Book of Records’ - classic British eccentricity set to music – much of Neil Innes songs have become cult classics and big hits on YouTube. His solo shows are packed with sharp observations and songs that celebrate the absurdities of modern existence. If you’ve seen him before, you’re already booking and if not, give this show a try, you won’t leave disappointed. £12.00 / £10.00 concessions

Find out how ‘master of all trades’ Jonathan Miller carved out successful careers as a satirist, theatre and opera director, medical consultant, sculptor and writer in this intimate insight into the mind of an intellectual icon. In 1961 four graduates - Peter Cook, Dudley Moore, Alan Bennett and trainee neurologist, Jonathan Miller - sparked a satire boom that changed the nature of comedy forever. In the following years, Sir Jonathan has arguably eclipsed his former colleagues in the breadth and depth of his careers, presenting programmes on science and medicine, directing opera, producing stage works, lecturing, writing and sculpting. His ability to flit between careers has been the source of amusement, admiration and, on occasion, irritation. This is your chance to find out what makes him tick.

Eric’s been swindling the Social for years, pocketing thousands from the government. On paper, his house holds an army of fictitious relatives, lodgers and ailments, but a knock at the door is about to add someone else - a fraud inspector. The wife knows nothing. The lodger knows too much. He’d better think fast... This is farce, pure and simple. There are lies and more lies, people getting knocked out, men without their trousers, mis-timings, mistaken identities, cross dressing and dead bodies. If comedy is your thing then you’ll love every nuance, twist and turn in Michael Cooney’s tale that’ll have you laughing from start to finish.

‘Mad About The Musicals’ return to the Guildhall this season with an award-winning spectacular 2009 show. From the poignant ‘All I Ask Of You’ to the dramatic ‘One Day More’, Mad About’s talented ensemble conjure stunning, high quality vocal performances, which evoke the true spirit of the West End, transporting you on a whistle stop tour into the heart of London’s theatre land. The show contains songs from 25 of your favourite musicals by composers such as Andrew Lloyd Webber, Boublil and Schonberg. Sit back and enjoy two hours of unforgettable West End and Broadway favourites. £14.50 / £13.50 concessions

Wed - £7.00 / £6,00 concessions Thur, Fri & Sat - £8.00 / £7.00 concessions

£14.00 / £12.50 concessions

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Captain Corelli’s Mandolin

Brandy and Beer

Mike Maran Tuesday 24 November • Music / Storytelling • 7.30pm

Karen Sharp and Robert Fowler Quintet Saturday 21 November • Jazz • 7.30pm

This smash-hit adaptation of Louis de Bernières’ best-selling novel about love, death and the sweetness of life, set in wartime Cephalonia, is a show that you can’t help fall in love with.

Karen Sharp and Robert Fowler have joined forces to recreate the fantastic sound of two giants of the tenor saxophone, Al Cohn and Zoot Sims. Their musical personalities, both separately and in tandem, make them ideally suited to the roles. Robert has been quietly but impressively plying his trade over the years, including stints with The Charleston Chasers, The BBC Big Band, Bryan Ferry and Humphrey Lyttelton. He has released two albums under his own name. Karen first came to prominence with ‘Humph’ and since then has led her own quintet with which she has recorded three CDs. In 2007 they got together to play some of the Al and Zoot charts and do a few gigs. What began as a bit of fun took on a life of its own and ‘Brandy and Beer’ has become a popular fixture in clubs and music festivals around the UK. £12.00 / £10.00 concessions

With Alison Stephens on mandolin and Anne Evans on piano, Mike Maran brings this epic to the stage with two chickens, two aubergines, three puppets, a tuba, a motorbike, some old photographs, a walking stick and a goat. It is modest in scale and style, without any pretence at glossy presentation, and yet every audience that has ever seen this show adores it, from the international crowd at Valvona & Crolla during last year’s Fringe, to small venues like the Guildhall. As war breaks over Cephalonia, the story’s hero Doctor Iannis says ‘we must care for each other more than we care for ideas’. The secret of this show’s success is that it not only articulates that feeling, but somehow embodies it. £9.00 / £7.00 concessions

Bob Brozman Thursday 26 November • Acoustic Guitar • 7.30pm Redefining musical diversity worldwide, Bob Brozman is a remarkably prolific artist whose wit, energy and musical technique combine powerfully to create an unforgettable live performance. A master of slide, finger-style and percussive guitar, Bob’s exhilarating show spans the global and musical spectrum and keeps audiences enthralled with his infectious energy. His rhythmic dexterity resonates with elements of blues, jazz, Gypsy swing, calypso, sega, hip-hop and ska beats and his chords and harmonies articulate an acute blend of timbres from Hawaiian, Indian, African, Japanese/Okinawan, Caribbean, and American roots blues.

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Ballet Wales

Midsummer Night’s Dream Friday 27 November • Dance • 8.00pm Award Winning Independent Ballet Wales return to the Guildhall with a breathtaking version of one of Shakespeare’s most magical plays. Oberon, King of the Fairies, his queen Titania and Puck, the mischievous messenger, inhabit the supernatural fairy kingdom; Bottom and his band of misfits practise for their infamous play ‘Pyramus and Thisbe’ while lovers, Lysander and Hermia and Demetrius and Helena, are caught in a thrilling web of mistaken identity and emotional confusion. This production features Mendelssohn’s joyous music, expansive choreography by artistic director Darius James and critically acclaimed costumes by designer Yvonne Greenleaf which, combined with exquisite dance, conjure up a ‘topsy-turvy’ world of magic, mystery and mayhem.

Cinderella Kids Star Academy Saturday 28 November • Musical 3.00pm & 5.00pm The timeless fairy tale meets the magic of Disney in this adaptation of the treasured animated film. Poor Cinderella is endlessly mistreated by her wicked stepmother and stepsisters, and denied a chance to go to the Royal Ball. With a little help from her mice friends, and a lot of help from her Fairy Godmother, Cinderella goes to the ball, meets the Prince, and falls in love! With a beautiful score including “A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes” and the classic “BibbidiBobbidi-Boo,” this musical will charm its way into your heart, and remind you that dreams really can come true. £5.50

£12.00 / £10.00 concessions PHOTO by: Peter Teigen

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Lunchtime Lewis Carroll’s ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’ Thursday 3 December • Talk • 12 noon

Come and enjoy a special lecture for Christmas on Carroll’s marvellous fantasy of what Alice found when she fell down the rabbit hole. Originally written for his child-friend, Alice Liddell, this small book made Carroll (or Reverend Charles Dodgson as he was otherwise known) the most famous children’s writer of his day. As a lecturer in mathematics at Oxford, many of the settings of this book are actually in and around his Oxford College. Come and find what made Alice and the White Rabbit’s watch tick! £5.00 / £4.50 concessions

‘On the Rocks’ by George Bernard Shaw Michael Friend Productions Friday 4 December • Drama • 7.30pm ‘This is not the time to talk about economic difficulties’, says the Prime Minister, ‘We are up to the neck in them.’ Shaw’s satirical comedy takes us to the centre of the political madhouse - the Cabinet Room at No. 10 Downing Street. The date is 1933 but ‘On the Rocks’ could well describe the current situation in 2009 – unemployment is at an all time high, the nation’s finances are in free fall and there is no prosperity to lull the electorate into a passive state of quiet agreement. Tensions run high throughout between the political man, the thinking man and the man with a will to be a leader. Meanwhile, the government seeks to quell growing unrest rather than root out the cause of it. Perhaps the most interesting question the play raises is one we would all like to know the answer to: ‘What qualities are required to be an effective leader?’

The Liberty Tree Hugh Lupton & Nick Hennessey Saturday 5 December Music & Storytelling • 7.30pm Master storytellers Hugh Lupton and Nick Hennessy weave a narrative adventure that delves into tales of lawlessness and liberty and the legend of Robin Hood. Hugh Lupton, an acclaimed storyteller of international repute, and Nick Hennessey, a compelling storyteller and harpist, expertly draw their audience into a magical world of myth and legend. The pair journey back into the secret, dappled, winding ways of Sherwood forest and our murky past to recount stories of dissent — from Robin Hood and his band of merry men to the revolutionary deeds of Thomas Paine and his pioneering Rights of Man. Lupton and Hennessy’s performance, embellished with song and recital, reignites England’s lost oral-history tradition. £10.00 / £8.00 concessions

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Dick WHittington Pantomime tickets now on sale Join Dick Whittington as he travels to London where he finds the streets are not paved with gold. On his journey he teams up with Tommy the Cat, falls in love with Alice Fitzwarren and clashes with arch villain, King Rat. In a bid to get rich, Dick hides on board a ship bound for Morocco which is shipwrecked at sea. Will he ever find his fortune? More importantly, will he find the way back to London and to Alice?

December 2009

Tuesday 15 Wednesday 16 10am £7.00 (£6.50) Friday 18 Saturday 19 2pm £8.50 Sunday 20 2pm £8.50 Monday 21 2pm £7.00 (£6.50) Tuesday 22 2pm £7.00 (£6.50) Wednesday 23 2pm £7.00 (£6.50) Thursday 24 10am £8.50 Christmas Day Closed Boxing Day Closed Sunday 27 2pm £8.50 Monday 28 2pm £8.50 Tuesday 29 2pm £7.00 (£6.50) Wednesday 30 2pm £7.00 (£6.50) Thursday 31 2pm £8.50

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We’ve got a great range of workshops here at the Guildhall to suit all ages and tastes.

Workshops

To join, all you need to do is show up at the start of the class you’re interested in and register. Alternatively, you can have a chat with the workshop leader and sit in for a week to see if it’s the class for you. So why not try something new this season?

With SoundLINCS

Mondays in term time - 10.30am – 11.30am 2 – 5yrs This workshop is for both children and their parents/ carers. The aim is to build skills and confidence in music making and give children the opportunity to explore different instruments and experience rhythm and dynamics.

Sat 5 September, Sat 3 October, Sat 7 November, Sat 5 December 9.30am - 12.30pm All you need is your instrument and a music stand to join this dedicated and friendly group of amateur musicians who meet to enjoy the experience of playing in an orchestra. The emphasis on the group is very much on fun!

Readers’ Group Meets second Wednesday of the month 7.30pm If you enjoy reading but feel frustrated because there’s no one to discuss it with, then 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. £1.00 per session

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Online Updates and Booking

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Grantham Occasional Orchestra Workshops

First Notes

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Whether you want to learn a new skill, practise existing skills with like-minded people, get together socially over a common interest or just have some fun - we’ve got it covered!

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Coffee

Shop As well as coming to the Guildhall to book tickets, why not check out our cosy coffee shop? It’s a great place to meet friends for lunch, browse the papers on your coffee break or simply sit back with a sandwich and watch the world go by.

Book Your Tickets If you prefer to use email and the internet to keep in touch then why not use our online booking service. All information regarding events is on our user-friendly website www.guildhallartscentre.com which you can read at your leisure and use to book tickets at the click of a button.

If it’s just a cappuccino you fancy, a glass of wine, a freshly made baguette or a hot lunch, there’s something on the menu for all tastes.

Keep Up To Date Get up-to-date information via your email and book tickets quickly and easily. We like to keep our customers up to date with the latest information on all Guildhall Arts Centre events which usually involves sending it out by post. However, we also feel we should be saving paper and doing our bit for the environment so we’ve come up with a simple solution – email. If you would like information about Guildhall events and would be happy to receive it electronically instead of by post, send

Opening hours are 9.30am to 4.30pm Monday to Friday and 9.30am to 2.00pm on Saturdays. The coffee bar is also open for drinks before all shows and during intervals.

Why not pop in for a coffee today!

an email with your address details from the account you wish to use to marketing@southkesteven.gov.uk and we can keep you informed as well as cut back on the paper we use. Help us to help the environment by contacting us today. Guildhall Arts Centre • Box Office: 01476 406158 • Book Online: www.guildhallartscentre.com

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Anyone interested in booking a room is welcome to view the spaces available by appointment. Call on 01476 406159 or email: guildhallartscentre@southkesteven.gov.uk

Equipment Available 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.

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

Call us anytime on 01476 406158. Outside Box Office hours you can leave a message or ticket request on our answer phone.

By Credit Card Payment can be made by Mastercard, Switch, American Express and Visa in person or by telephone on 01476 406158.

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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.

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This information can be made available in large print, Braille, on audio tape/CD or computer disc and in a number of languages. If you, or someone you know, might benefit from this service, please contact us on Tel: 01476 406158.

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On-street parking is available after 6.00pm directly outside the Arts Centre on St Peter’s Hill, NG31 6PZ, and minutes away in Castlegate, NG31 6SE, but is subject to availability.

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Cheques should be made payable to South Kesteven District Council and posted to the Guildhall Arts Centre, St Peter’s Hill, Grantham, Lincolnshire, NG31 6PZ. Tickets can be held for collection on the night or posted direct – please enclose a self addressed envelope.

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The venue is accessible to wheelchair users with a lift to the first and second floors and has disabled facilities. Anyone requiring assistance should inform the venue prior to the visit and we will be more than happy to help.

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.

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Discounts are available to Artscene Members, unemployed, senior citizens, students, children under 16, those in receipt of income support, invalidity, benefit or disability allowance, and to a carer accompanying a disabled person. Please bring proof of status when making a booking. Student standbys are available to anyone in full-time education for just £2.00, 15 minutes prior to Guildhall promoted event.

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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.

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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.

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 guide dogs are welcome.

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November Lit at Lunch – Nikos Kazantzakis’ Zorba the Greek Grantham Lion’s Variety Showcase Australia (2008) 12A Garry Perkin’s Country Music Show Frost / Nixon (2008) 15 Lest We Forget, Breakthrough Productions Six Sided Man, Company Gavin Robertson Revolutionary Road (2008) 15 Standing Up, Rob Grant

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Beauty Queen of Leenane, London Classic Sue Whitcroft – International Medium Variety Lives! with Arthur Smith The Last Sonatas, James Lisney Lit at Lunch – Collette’s Cheri Cheri (2009) 15 Les Trois Mousquetaires, Théâtre Sans Frontiere Beauty and the Beast, Image Musical Theatre Adventures in Anti-Cool, Makin Projects Nigel’s Feel-good Show Piaf – A Celebration of a Legend Adrian Edmondson & The Bad Shepherds The Mayor’s Charity Variety Show Robin Nolan Trio The Planetarium Show

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Hooked on Country, Sold on Sixties Lit at Lunch –Steinbeck’s ‘The Grapes of Wrath’ A People’s Guide to World Domination, Neil Innes An Audience with Jonathan Miller

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The Guildhall Arts Centre is Part of South Kesteven District Council’s Key Cultural Services. All information contained in the programme was P - Professional A - Local Amateur Group correct at the time of going to press. The Guildhall Arts Centre H - Hire W - Workshop F - Film the right to make changes •if Book necessary. Guildhall Arts Centrereserves • Box Office: 01476 406158 Online: www.guildhallartscentre.com

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