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Chapter 40 Celebrations Fri 15 — Sun 17 April • Gwe 15 — Sul 17 Ebrill On Friday 15 April 1971, at precisely 3.45pm, the first ever Chapter board meeting was held and our constitution was signed. During the coming 12 months we’re programming a series of special events to celebrate 40 years at the forefront of the European cultural scene; 40 years of creating and presenting groundbreaking, internationally acclaimed work in cinema, theatre and the visual arts; 40 years as a cultural hub, a meeting place of ideas, a safe and open space for creative minds. We’re kicking off the celebrations with an action packed weekend of art, entertainment and good times. And we’d be delighted if you’d join us for some or all of the weekend’s activities, including a children’s street party, live music and cabaret performances, a 70s disco and special birthday versions of your favourite Chapter events. Have a browse of the next few pages for full details of what we’re up to. Our birthday extravaganza is still in the planning stages so keep an eye on www.chapter.org for more details, or join us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/chapterarts) or Twitter (@chaptertweets).


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Zwolf [image: Roughcollie]

Chapter 40 Begins

Tango Night

Fri 15 April • 3.45pm • Gwe 15 Ebrill When our redevelopment got underway in 2008, one of the builders happened upon an all-butforgotten 1970s Chapter time capsule buried in a wall he was knocking down. We’re adding some current Chapter bits and pieces to the mix and re-burying it somewhere suitable for a robotbuilder to dig up in the future.

Fri 15 April • 7.30pm • Gwe 15 Ebrill Our regular Tango Edge class are opening their doors to all and giving free taster sessions. Duet à la carte — Marc Elton and Maggie Tomkins on violin and accordion — are playing live in the foyer from 9.30pm so you can try out some of your new moves.

Party Time Fri 15 April • 6pm • Gwe 15 Ebrill VIPs, speeches, 70s inspired nibbles, fizz, balloons and forty (!) free birthday cakes (courtesy of Simply Steve’s). Come along and reminisce with a host of luminaries from Chapter’s illustrious 40-years. From 7.30pm you’ll be invited to let your hair down with some 70s tunes.

Drones Comedy Club Fri 15 April • 8.30pm • Gwe 15 Ebrill The Drones crew have been keeping you amused for many happy years with the best local and touring comedians, and tonight they’re getting together for a special birthday-inspired laughathon. £3.50 (on the door)

Fair dawn beyond the doors of death Fri 15 April • 11pm • Gwe 15 Ebrill Under the guise of his laptop-wielding alter ego Zwolf, Cardiff-based composer Tom Raybould (Arc Vertiac) performs a live electronic soundtrack to a smorgasbord of cinematic visuals and real time improvised film manipulation (provided by Nic Finch and Casey Raymond). This event takes place in Cinema 1 — be careful which seat you choose as it could lead to unwelcome audience participation. This multimedia event will contain strobe effects, unsuitable images and irregular subsonic frequencies not suitable for pace-makers. £3 Soundcloud.com/zwolf

Young Persons’ Film Academy Sat 16 April • 10.30am — 12pm • Sad 16 Ebrill The YPFA will be around and about the building, recording interviews with our customers about their memories of Chapter.


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April 2011

Craft Fair

Children’s Art Workshop

Sat 16 + Sun 17 April • 10am — 4pm Sad 16 + Sul 17 Ebrill We’ve invited makers from across Wales to exhibit and sell their wares — you can expect an eclectic and original showcase, from bugs in resin to knitted vintage inspired garments. There will also be an interactive element to the fair with the opportunity to have a go at making something yourself! Contributors include Random Vintage (recycled jewellery); Calon Company (vintage fabric home-ware); Cool4Cats (papercraft automata kits); My Little Card Company; and Kate Dumbleton (Welsh jewellery).

Sat 16 April • 11am — 4pm • Sad 16 Ebrill Masterminded by our lovely gallery team, this creative, Easter-themed, drop in session is perfect for children of any age. No booking necessary — just come along to the cinema foyer at any time between 11am and 4pm.

Guerrilla Craft Sat 16 + Sun 17 April • 10.30am — 4.30pm Sad 16 + Sul 17 Ebrill A number of professional makers and artists are running craft workshops outside our front entrance and helping to create a textile garden. Contributors include Michelle Griffiths — tie dye workshops using fabric and natural plant materials; Louise Bird — Huge Garden Knitting Nancy (circular weaving and creation of woollen flowers); Claire Cawte & Becky Williams — feltmaking flowers; and Emma & Louise Steverson — willow fun flowers.

Cardiff Storytelling Circle Sat 16 April • 11.30am + 1pm • Sad 16 Ebrill A wonderful way for our younger regulars to while away some time before or after the screenings of Tangled (see p47) — Cardiff Storytelling Circle are spinning yarns free of charge. Their regular monthly event on Sun 3 April at 8pm invites you to share and listen to stories in relaxed company, and costs £3 (on the door).

Children’s Party Sat 16 April • 1pm — 3pm • Sad 16 Ebrill A marquee at the front of the building, bursting with classic culinary treats for kids… and free face-painting.

Canton Community Gardens Sat 16 April • 1pm - 3pm • Sad 16 Ebrill Our friends from CCG will be sowing seeds in our new greenhouse and letting you know a bit more about our plans for the development of the Chapter Community Garden.


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Special preview: Third Star

Rocketgoldstar

Canton Uniting Choir

Artist Films

Sat 16 April • 3pm • Sad 16 Ebrill This mixed community choir meets weekly in Canton Uniting Church and they’ll be regaling you in the caffi bar with their own beautiful brand of world music.

Outcasting are collaborating with us to programme a selection of moving image work from around the globe, giving you a taste of experimental film in the intimacy of a cinema setting. Selected films will be screened before our main films throughout April. Featured artists include Anthony Shapland (The Life of Ray Cook), Huw Andrews (Kezar) and Erica Scourti (Trailer Truths). See p37 for full details.

Chapter 40 Food Between 5-9pm on Friday and Saturday our café will be serving up a special 70s-inspired menu. The time that taste forgot? Or the halcyon days of hearty cuisine? Come along and decide for yourselves. We’re firing up the barbeque on Sunday from 12-5pm, with treats for both meat eaters and vegetarians alike. Cross your fingers for some nice spring weather…

Special Preview Screenings As part of our birthday celebrations, we’ve joined forces with BAFTA Cymru to bring you a couple of special film previews. On Fri 15 April at 6pm we have Third Star, with Benedict Cumberbatch and Hugh Bonneville, which also features a postscreening Q&A with writer/producer Vaughan Sivell (see p29); and on Sat 16 April at 6pm we have a pre-release showing of Luc Besson’s The Extraordinary Adventures Of Adele Blanc-Sec (see p45).

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Birthday Bazaar Cabaret Sat 16 April • 9pm • Sad 16 Ebrill A live mix of performance and music in our upstairs bar, featuring a host of Chapter favourites. With DJs til close.

Rocketgoldstar + Imperial Pigs Sat 16 April • 10pm • Sad 16 Ebrill Live music in our Caffi Bar to bring the evening’s activities to an almighty climax. Rocketgoldstar are Cardiff’s very best prog space rock outfit; and they don’t get out much these days; which means they’ll definitely be making up for lost time.


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CineCabaGoGo

Janek Alexander Sun 17 April • 12pm • Sul 17 Ebrill Chapter’s new wave of performers in the 1970s included Janek Alexander. Janek has been Chapter’s director since 1996 and is standing down this year — see p13 for a Q&A with the man himself. This performance lecture follows on from his appearance at last year’s Experimentica festival, and features previously unseen video and rare recordings as he explores the early days of experimentation at Chapter.

Art Car-Bootique Sun 17 April • 10am — 4pm • Sun 17 Ebrill Chapter and Something Creatives (the minds behind Milgi and Cardiff Arts Institute) bring you Cardiff’s very first Art Car-Bootique. Taking place in our back car park, it’ll be the most eccentric and coolest car-boot sale you’ve ever been to, with 50 pitches of art, fashion and performance. Confirmed contributors include Holly Davey; Mermaid and Monster; Warp; Cerbyd; Supersaurus Swansea; and Wally French. We’re also expecting the SŴN gang to bring along a record store; Squeaky Hill to turn up in their stretch limo with a quiz in the back; CineCabaGoGo will be making an appearance; and Roath’s Northcote Lane market are setting up a couple of stalls. A special programme of live acoustic music kicks off at 12pm to tickle your ear drums in a sunny Sunday style. Confirmed acts include local legend John Mouse, harp-yielding songstress Georgia Ruth, alt-folksters No Thee No Ess, the lovely Eugene Capper and friends, and a group from the popular Cardiff Ukulele Nights.

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Please Note: Our car park will be closed until 5.30pm on Sun 17 April. Please check the back of the brochure or go to www.chapter.org for details of additional local parking.

Birthday Bake-off Sun 17 April • 2pm • Sun 17 Ebrill Fancy yourself as a baker-extraordinaire? Bring your best cake/s along and you could win a shiny trophy and some other Chapter goodies. There are 2 categories — ‘under 12s’ and ‘over 12s’. Get your entry to the cake arena by 1pm and a team of local WI mercenaries will do the judging. The winners and runner-ups will be announced at 2pm. Get baking!

Scrabble Sunday Sun 17 April • 6pm • Sul 17 Ebrill The boards are supplied, as is a referee. It’s free and it’s full of nice people. Come and get involved! Please bring your own board in – we have a limited supply this month and it’s getting really popular.

Sunday Jazz: Chapter Four Sun 17 April • 9pm • Sul 17 Ebrill Melodic acoustic jazz in the Caffi Bar with the Glen Manby Quartet. Free


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Chapter 40 in the Gallery We’ve got a great visual arts programme lined up over the next 12 months to celebrate our 40th birthday, with UK premieres, guest curators, large-scale themed exhibitions and off-site projects. At the end of April we kick off with a solo exhibition of newly commissioned works by David Mackintosh (see p11). For June, we’ve invited Bristol-based gallerist Simon Morrissey to curate an exhibition that includes work by Sarah Dobai, Mark Dean, Andy Holden and more; and in September watch out for WITH collective who will be taking over the building! At Christmas we’re presenting a solo exhibition by German artist Paloma Varga Weisz who will be making new work for Chapter; and the New Year brings a large curated exhibition entitled ‘Nothing, Like Something, Happens Anywhere’ which includes some big international names, so watch this space. Outside of the gallery, Lauren Jury continues to curate our lively programme of Art in the Bar. In 2011 she will be working with Lloyd Durling, Anabelle Shelton, Melanie Counsell and Elizabeth McDonald and is currently planning more site specific works for your pleasure. Lauren is also curating her first exhibition for the gallery in the spring — The Institute of Critical Zoologists are collaborating with local experts and institutions and their exhibition looks set to be a highlight of our Birthday year. The lightbox at the front of the building continues to be a key feature of our programme and commissions will be revealed soon, including both local and international names. Away from Chapter, we will be working with Heather & Ivan Morison on a largescale commission as part of the new development in Cardiff Bay. After the tragedy of losing Luna Park in a fire last year, we’re delighted to get the chance to work on something equally spectacular with them. Laetitia Clarke, our education intern, has been planning a schedule of exciting family activity to compliment the work. Details soon. Opposite page (clockwise from top): WITH Collective, Dying for It, 2008; WITH Collective; Paloma Varga Weisz, Untitled, 2007. Watercolour and pencil on paper. Courtesy Sadie Coles; Paloma Varga Weisz, Bumped Body, 2007; Heather & Ivan Morison, I lost her near pleasure island. Life has not been the same, 2006.


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David Mackintosh: The Curtain Preview • Blaenwelediad: Thu 28 April • 6pm • Iau 28 Ebrill Exhibition • Arddangosfa: Fri 29 April — Sun 19 June Gwe 29 Ebrill — Sul 19 Mehefin David Mackintosh’s disarmingly simple drawings are by turns naïve and macabre; mundane then exciting; graphically simple and yet expressively complex. Rendered in a limited palette of black, red, green and yellow gouache, the tone of his works is both intricate and elusive, their graphic presence sharing much of the language of cartoon or illustration. But there is something about the seemingly straightforward spontaneity of his marks — loaded as they are with salaciousness, humour and pathos — that suggests a further reading or intonates that the composition of the subject is anything but one-dimensional. Recently, the complexity of the drawings’ psychological landscapes has been matched with a formal expansion of the possibility of drawing beyond the limitations of the page. For Chapter, Mackintosh has created a number of new works that continue this expansion of his practice using animation, music and three-dimensional forms. David Mackintosh was born in Sunderland in 1966; he lives and works in Manchester. Recent solo presentations include Cornerhouse, Manchester (2010) and Spike Island, Bristol (2008) and he has exhibited in group shows at the Tegnebiennale, Norway (2010); Contemporary Art Society, London (2009) and Gallery Praxis Hagen, Berlin (2007). He has work in Collection Berge Madrid, Ernst & Young London and in private collections throughout Europe and America. David Mackintosh is represented by works|projects.

Opposite: Detail of installation at Works/Projects, Bristol, 2010. Above: The Edge of Things (detail), 2008. Gallery open: Tue — Sat 10-8pm; Sun 2-8pm. Closed Monday.

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Assembly: Art in the Bar Lloyd Durling Fri 25 Feb — Sun 8 May • Gwe 25 Chwef — Sul 8 Mai Lloyd Durling’s modestly sized drawings are made from an innumerable amount of strokes that form a surface similar to thin washes of paint. Created using simple drawing tools — mainly felt-tip pen and graphite — the images are both animated and claustrophobic. For his exhibition at Chapter, Lloyd has made a number of monochromatic wood engravings of suspended still lifes. In these striking pieces he uses silhouettes to explore negative space, and give the impression of physical form by working back-to-front, filling in the space directly around the image. He has also produced a series of new felt-tip pen drawings which exploit colour, pattern and texture to great effect. In these drawings, apparent tranquillity is undercut by small pictorial details that suggest potential loss amid a quiet existence. Behind the inviting façade is the reality of how we could live with practically nothing and nothing practical. A limited edition postcard has been produced to coincide with the exhibition and is available from The Shop.

Biography Lloyd Durling was born in Solihull and lives and works in London. He is represented by Mermaid and Monster, Cardiff and Golden, Chicago. Recent solo exhibitions include ‘Laughter Staggers On’, Golden, Chicago (2010); ‘Somewhere Better Than This’, Pippy Houldsworth, London; ‘Schadenfreude’, The Royal Academy of Arts Sackler Cafe, London (2006). Selected group shows include the ‘International Biennal of Engraving’, Aqui Terme, Italy (2010); ‘Sweet Dis/order’, Whitworth Art Gallery & Museum, Manchester (2009); ‘The Golden Record’, Collective Gallery, Edinburgh; ‘Scope Art Fair’, New York; ‘Republic, L’est’, London; ‘Salon 2007: New British Painting and Works on Paper’ (all 2007). Lloyd’s work is included in collections at the Whitworth Art Gallery & Museum, Manchester; Progressive Art Collection, USA; Nomura Bank, Japan and Fidelity PLC, London.

Lloyd Durling, Installation, Art in the Bar, Chapter.


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Q&A Name: Janek Alexander Job title: Director How long have you worked at Chapter? I was an actor with Dek Leverton’s Paupers Carnival and we appeared here in 1976. What was your first involvement with Chapter? I’d arrived an hour early for a show and was told to come back later. In a typical Chapter moment I bought my ticket and found myself minding the doors and handing out programmes. What’s your management style? There’s always another way. We hear you’re standing down in May. Will we still see you around the place? Yes, I will still be around working on projects. I have Parkinson’s, so one project will be a group to explore non-medical aspects of the condition. What advice will you give to your successor? Never forget to stop and admire the view. Tell us about a programme highlight of your time here? The Wooster Group in the 1980s were the most radical and exciting theatre group in the world. We brought them to Britain. They toured with a complicated and technically advanced set that was too big for our theatre. God bless them, they sawed the end of the set off and the show went ahead. It was a sensation.

Legend tells us that you’ve performed as a smurf? The Smurf was a satire on the seriousness of Dutch culture. Only it turned out that Smurfs were Belgian, not from Holland after all. So the rest of the commissioned pieces went to the Holland Festival, but the Smurf stayed home. Tell us about your own artistic credentials. Theatre director, author, performer — projects at ICA London, Mickery Amsterdam, Slovak theatre, LIFT, Seville. Directed three touring productions for Volcano Theatre. Directed for Ed Thomas’ Y Cwmni at Tramway Glasgow. Wrote, directed and performed in twelve projects at Chapter as Diamond Age Theatre Company including street theatre, dramas, comedies, recordings, cabaret. Performed with Paupers Carnival Theatre and Transitions Trust. Who would you like to play you in a film of your life? I’d choose Rhys Ifans, after seeing him as Peter Cook. He was in Chapter and I interrupted his coffee break to tell him how much I admired his achievement. I was back in my office when it dawned on me that he couldn’t have the foggiest idea who I was. Tell us a secret… Later this year a CD of a 1984 concert I gave will be available. Listen carefully on headphones and you can hear a robust argument develop in the auditorium on the merits of my performance. Tell us a joke… “The next train’s gone” (Will Hay)


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Ranters Theatre Holiday Wed 30 March — Sat 2 April • 8pm • Mer 30 Mawrth — Sad 2 Ebrill Melbourne-based Ranters Theatre return to Chapter with their multi-award winning show. Gently provocative, meditative and strangely disarming, Holiday presents a moment of relaxation and quiet reflection between two men. Spontaneous, unaffected and affectingly real, innocent discussion becomes an exploration of private fantasy, hidden anxiety, personal mythology and other inexplicable behaviours. Concept and direction by Adriano Cortese; text by Raimondo Cortese; sound design and operation by David Franzke; lighting design by Niklas Pajanti; Set (adapted from original design) by Anna Tregloan; performed and co-devised by Paul Lum and Patrick Moffatt; company manager Alison Halit. £12/10/£8 This project has been assisted by the Victorian Government through Arts Victoria and by Arts House through the City of Melbourne and Arts Victoria.

“an extraordinary piece of theatre… sends the audience into the night refreshed and afloat on a sea of calm... the two performances are exquisitely judged.” Irish Independent “This is theatre of the moment, in which no word exists before it is uttered, no action before it is performed. There is no story in the sense of a developing narrative, just a series of crystalline moments that can leap from the boring to the beautiful in a breath.” Real Time Magazine

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Sioned Huws Aomori Project: Of Landscapes Remembered Aomori Fri 8 + Sat 9 April • 8pm • Gwe 8 + Sad 9 Ebrill ‘Ao’ — blue or green, ‘mori’ — forest Aomori — place of blue, green forests Aomori is an area of Japan at the northernmost tip of Honshu Island, with short summers and long snowy winters. Forests of blue-green, soft linear mountains and seas of a deep navy blue enliven feelings with colour in autumn. In winter, repetitive silent snowfall arrives, transforming the landscape; the heartbeat slows down, the body is overwhelmed by a desire to rest, to lay horizontally in this blanket of white. The sounds, songs and dances of Tsugaru personify these landscapes. How do an environment, place and people inspire an artist’s work? This winter, choreographer Sioned Huws continued a series of residencies at Aomori Contemporary Art Centre, collaborating with a company of artists. This project has been developed between Aomori and Tokyo, in collaboration with dancers — Reina Kimura (who came to Chapter for the Aomori Project in 2008) and Yoshiya Ishikawa; musicians — Yuji Hasegawa and Yushin Hasegawa and minyo singer Kiyoko Goto. This work is presented in our Gallery as part of a UK tour. Supported by an Arts Council of Wales Creative Wales Ambassadors Award 2009, Chapter, Greenwich Dance, Galeri Caernarfon, Dawns i Bawb, Oriel Mostyn, ARTizan, Aomori Contemporary Art Centre, Morishita Studios, The National Lottery, Welsh Assembly Government, Wales Arts International, The Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation, EU Japan Fest, The Saison Foundation, Jerwood Space. £10/£8/£6

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Music Geek Monthly Sat 2 April • 3.30pm • Sad 2 Ebrill This listening event runs alongside a new music night hosted by Andrew Jones and held in Cardiff Arts Institute. One classic and one brand new album are chosen each month, and listened to in the plush surroundings of Cinema 2. The albums for this instalment will be chosen at CAI on Thu 24 March. Free

Seeing Things Tue 5 April • 6pm • Maw 5 Ebrill This series of illustrated talks and audience discussions continues with “Art for free, Cardiff’s Public Art, a visual tour” by former art critic (and Cardiff Civic Society chair) Peter D Cox. Grab a drink from the bar and join in! £5/£3

Fabler Shakespeare Readers Edward III Sun 10 April • 6.30pm • Sul 10 Ebrill Fabler Shakespeare Readers get together every month to experience the works of the great bard spoken aloud. All are welcome. Please bring a copy of the script if you have one.

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SWDFAS Lecture The Other Whistler Thu 14 April • 2pm • Iau 14 Ebrill Ann Clements’ lecture for the South Wales Decorative and Fine Arts Society explores the life and work of Rex Whistler (1905-1944), a brilliant but undervalued artist. His achievements include portraits, book illustrations, theatre designs and murals, such as those at Plas Newydd, Anglesey, and ‘In Pursuit of Rare Meats’ in the restaurant at the Tate Gallery, Millbank. Superb draughtsmanship, a fantastic imagination, and an innate gift for decoration and wit are hallmarks of his style. £5 (on the door)

Chapter Pub Quiz Sun 24 April • 7.30pm • Sul 24 Ebrill This interactive, five-round, pub quiz features questions which have in some way been inspired by our May programme. Set up in the cinema foyer with a full wall projection, the quiz includes music and film clips and still images. There are table rounds, bonus questions, beer questions (and bonus-beer questions). The perfect opportunity to exercise your grey cells while exploring the hidden gems that Chapter has to offer.

£3 (on the door)

Music Geek Monthly

Seeing Things: Peter Cox


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Voices of Partition Women and Partition Tue 5 April • 7.30pm • Maw 5 Ebrill Part of the Sangat series of events, this evening explores the stories of women during the Partition of British India in 1947, uncovering a silent history of violence, migration and resettlement. Often sheltered from private and public areas, women created their own space during this complex and traumatic time. The event features music from Panjabi folk singer Sanyogita Kumari and a talk by Dr Pippa Virdee, senior lecturer in modern south Asian history at De Montfort University. Chaired by Frances Medley of the Magdalena Project (the international network for women in contemporary theatre). Free

Six Glass Fingers Bandscape Thu 14 April • 9pm • Iau 14 Ebrill To coincide with our 40th birthday celebrations, Chapter employee and mastermind of Six Glass Fingers, Oliver Mitchell is directing a short film showcasing local musicians playing around the building — a diverse mix of genres in a variety of locations, from old school classrooms to newly renovated function rooms. From folk to improvised soundscape, the musicians will take inspiration from the surroundings, lending a unique soundtrack to their environment. The film will be shown on a temporary cinema screen in the box office. Free

On The Edge The Perplexing Puzzle of the Pedigree Pet and the Policeman Written and directed by Terry Victor Tue 26 April • 8pm • Maw 26 April The third production in Michael Kelligan’s Back To The Boys season of script-in-hand performances is a broad comedy taking a sideways look at Conan Doyle’s arch detective Sherlock Holmes. See sleuth and sidekick in female attire and not for any reason you might guess! £4 (on the door)

“A totally gripping thriller – you quite forget you are not watching a costumed, fully staged drama.” — Mike Smith (on Night Must Fall, the first play of the 2011 season)


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Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama Mary Stuart by Friedrich Schiller Tue 5 — Sat 9 April • 7.30pm • Maw 5 — Sad 9 Ebrill + Fri 8 April • 2.30pm • Gwe 8 Ebrill Mary Queen of Scots has been imprisoned in England for 19 years. While her cousin Elizabeth I hesitates over signing Mary’s death sentence, Mary hopes for a reprieve — tragically, we know different. A thrilling exploration of the intense rivalry between two of the most powerful women in British history. Directed by George Perrin. £10/£8 (tickets available from RWCMD Box Office: 029 2039 1391)

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Waking Exploits Serious Money Wed 27 — Sat 30 April • 7.30pm Mer 27 — Sad 30 Ebrill + Sat 30 April • 2pm • Sad 30 Ebrill It’s 1987; Thatcher is in power and the City is heading towards financial meltdown. The economy is growing out of control and the rhythm of the trading pit is changing forever, corruption is rife and making money is the only goal. Enter a world of finance where packs of traders and brokers make the decisions that shape our lives. Watch as an appetite for risk and dodgy deals reduces nations of people to mere statistics and figures. When a trader is found dead, morals are stretched to the limit as everything gets called into question. Time and logic begin to disintegrate into a fast paced, ferocious hunt for money. Directed by Mathilde Lopez, this is the first professional production in Wales of Caryl Churchill’s dark yet poetic piece. Designed by Neil Davies. Supported by the Arts Council of Wales and the Welsh Assembly Government through the National Lottery. £12/£10/£8 www.wakingexploits.co.uk

Mary Stuart

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Earthfall The Factory Thu 14 — Sat 16 April • 8pm • Iau 14 — Sad 16 Ebrill ‘I never wanted to be an artist. I wanted to be a tap dancer.’ — Andy Warhol Earthfall’s latest production combines ground-breaking dance, image, film and live music to explore the dynamics and energy of the underground arts scene in 50s and 60s New York City. This hypnotic show looks at the explosion of protest, creativity, and hedonism that was reflected in Andy Warhol’s factory space on East 47 Street. £12/£10/£8

“a high-octane, pumping tribute — propelled by the dancers’ vivacity and verve, inspired by the soulful drive of the musicians on stage.” — The Guardian (photo: Hugo Glendinning)

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Kathryn Ashill, Iwan Morgan & Sam Hasler Perfformiad

Double CL1C card points

Wed 27 — Fri 29 April • Mer 27 — Gwe 29 Ebrill Kathryn Ashill, Iwan Morgan and Sam Hasler have each made impressive and striking individual performances in Wales (including recently at Experimentica, our annual live and time-based art festival) and across the UK. Perfformiad features three new works that will develop and evolve over three days. £5/£4 (tickets valid over 3 days — subject to capacity)

Kathryn Ashill: A Series of Uncertainties Wed 27 April • 7pm • Mer 27 Ebrill Thu 28 + Fri 29 April • 2pm • Iau 28 + Gwe 29 Ebrill Kathryn Ashill’s practice focuses on personal responses to everyday life, landscape and the people within that given environment. The work often investigates physical and emotional relationships between people: mother and child, friends, lovers, family and strangers. A Series of Uncertainties looks at the uncertainty faced by a young woman, through a number of simple, ritualistic actions.

Sam Hasler: Unrest Wed 27 — Fri 29 April • 8pm • Mer 27 — Gwe 29 Ebrill Sam Hasler has been working on investigative drawings, writing and performance works that explore the Christian faith and a fascination with architecture.

Iwan Morgan Wed 27 — Fri 29 April • 9pm • Mer 27 — Gwe 29 Ebrill Since returning to performance in October 2010 with Seeing/Gweld (Experimentica 10) Iwan Morgan has rediscovered his passion for confrontational works of action. Perfformiad is a new commission made possible through the What’s Welsh for Performance? / Beth yw ‘Performance’ yn Gymraeg? Commission Fund financed by What’s Welsh for Performance? / Beth yw ‘Performance’ yn Gymraeg? with support from trace: installaction artspace and trace: SAMIZDAT Press. What’s Welsh for Performance? / Beth yw ‘Performance’ yn Gymraeg? is a research project uncovering and archiving the history of performance art in Wales. www.performance-wales.org


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Sherman Cymru at Chapter We’re playing host to Sherman Cymru while their building undergoes a £5.4 million redevelopment. They’re continuing to produce and tour theatre and their residency at Chapter features creative learning, new writing and artist development activity. www.shermancymru.co.uk

Desire Lines by Ian Rowlands

Sherman Sherbets

Fri 8 — Sat 23 April • 8pm • Gwe 8 — Sad 23 Ebrill (no performances on Sun 10, Sun 17 or Mon 18 April) The journey of a man around Wales. The journey of a soul through the seven ages of man. The journey of a small country towards a coming of age and a better future… Wryly funny, heartfelt and lyrical, Desire Lines traces the pulls and pushes that lead and drive us through life.

Booking now open for the summer term: Sat 7 May — Sat 16 July Sad 7 Mai — Sad 16 Gorffennaf These Saturday drama workshops, led by our friendly and experienced tutors, Fleur and Llinos, give children the opportunity to be creative, make new friends and learn new skills.

£12/£10/£8 £10/£8/£6 (Preview price on Fri 8, Sat 9 & Mon 11 April)

“So much can happen in a day... moment leading to moment, and before you know it, there’s a life!”

Desire Lines [Image: @istockphoto.com/runamock]

9.30am — 10.30am (Ages 4–6) 12pm — 1pm (Ages 4–6) 10.30am — 12pm (Ages 7–9) 1pm — 2.30pm (Ages 7–9) Ages 4–6: £50 for 10 sessions Ages 7–9: £60 for 10 sessions To book a place please contact: heather.jones@shermancymru.co.uk 029 2064 6911


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Egin: SpringBoard Sun 17 — Thu 21 April • Sul 17 — Iau 21 Ebrill Sherman Cymru’s 3rd bilingual festival celebrates new writing, new voices and new ventures in theatre. Trydedd Gŵyl ddwyieithog Sherman Cymru sy’n dathlu lleisiau, mentrau ac ysgrifennu newydd yn y theatr.

Actoresau yn...dweud storïau / Actorion yn...dweud storïau Sul 17 Ebrill • 7 — 9pm • Sun 17 April Gwir neu gelwydd? Atgof neu ddychymyg? Storïau am enedigaeth a phlentyndod, am gariad a fampirod! 2 berfformiad, 2 gwmni, 8 cyfarwydd...yn wryw ac yn fenyw. Profiad theatraidd unigryw gan Sera Moore Williams. Mewn cydweithrediad â Chanolfan y Celfyddydau Aberystwyth. £4/£3

Dangosiad/Darlleniad Llun 18 Ebrill • 6pm • Mon 18 April Hudo Penllanw gwaith dyfeisio cyffrous y gyfarwyddwraig ifanc, Sarah Bickerton, â Theatr Ieuenctid Sherman Cymru. Llain Galed gan Luned Aaron Dwy ferch. Hen hanes. Cyfarfyddiad annisgwyl. Drama frathog, gyfoes sy’n trafod llwybrau bywyd a phegynau cymdeithasol. £4/£3

Darlleniadau o ddramâu Llun 18 Ebrill • 8pm • Mon 18 April Ac Mae’n Dawel gan Sian Price Drama ddelweddol, rymus sy’n darlunio’r gofod rhwng technoleg a bywyd go iawn. Myfanwy yn y Moorlands gan Sharon Morgan “Maen nhw wedi dod ‘ma ar hyd y canrifoedd; i’r anghenfil mawr amhersonol. Mae unrywbeth yn well na merddwr.” Dan oleuadau’r brifddinas daw gwlad a thref ynghyd yn ferch a bachgen i garu a gwahanu.

Perfect Day Tue 19 April • 6pm • Maw 19 Ebrill Sherman Cymru’s Young Writers and Youth Theatre members join forces to tell the tales of a diverse group on the day the world is ending. £4/£3

Light Arrested Between the Curtain and the Glass Tue 19 — Thu 21 April • 8pm • Maw 19 — Iau 21 Ebrill A raw production of Brad Birch’s play about guilt, faith and devotion set in the bleak uplands of Mid Wales. Stifled by the heartache of a local tragedy, the small, god-fearing town of Nantglyn is fractured. Fuelled by his own regret, the local vicar takes it upon himself to reunite the parish. £8/£6

Rehearsed reading: The Finding of Pat Arnold by Aled Roberts Wed 20 April • 6pm • Mer 20 Ebrill When does the imaginary become real? When does a shadow become flesh? An absorbing reflection on grief, creativity and the nature of reality. £4/£3

Artists’ Development Presentation Wed 20 April • 6pm • Mer 20 Ebrill A selection of work and presentation from individuals and companies that have been supported by Sherman Cymru’s Artists’ Development initiative — includes contributions from Gareth Potter, Waking Exploits, George Goding and Becky Price.

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Rehearsed reading: The Butterfly Fugue by Lisa Parry

Forum Discussion/Trafodaeth Fforwm

Tue 19 April • 6pm • Maw 19 Ebrill One violin. One butterfly. One concert dress. Two women. But whose is the intruding voice? And why is one of the women desperate to play Bach? A haunting study of loss, stifled ambition and mental disintegration. £4/£3

Thu 21 April • 6pm • Iau 21 Ebrill Sherman Cymru, National Theatre Wales and Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru hold an interactive, bilingual discussion around creating and presenting new work. Sgwrs ryngweithiol ddwyieithog ynghylch creu a chyflwyno gwaith newydd. Free (please book a place through the box office)


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New Welsh Cinema Submarine Fri 1 — Thu 14 April • Gwe 1 — Iau 14 Ebrill UK/2010/94mins/15. Dir: Richard Ayoade. With Craig Roberts, Sally Hawkins, Noah Taylor, Paddy Considine.

Oliver Tate has two main objectives: to lose his virginity to the girl of his dreams before his 16th birthday and to stop his mother from leaving his father for her new-age next door neighbour. All of this while trying desperately to grow up in Swansea, as the love of his life introduces him to low level pyromania and dictates to him what he should be writing about her in his diary. Richard Ayoade’s (Nathan Barley, IT Crowd) delightful directorial debut is based on Joe Dunthorne’s critically-lauded novel, detailing the trials, tribulations and range of inappropriate affectations of this deliciously awkward young man.

“On this evidence, Ayoade could be Britain’s answer to Wes Anderson.” — Total Film

Patagonia Mon 18 — Thu 21 April • Llun 18 — Iau 21 Ebrill Wales/2010/118mins/subtitled/15. Dir: Marc Evans. With Matthew Rhys, Nia Roberts, Duffy.

Back following a popular run in March, Marc Evans’ latest film is a beautiful meditation on culture, roots and identity. Insecure, uptight Rhys drags his girlfriend off to Patagonia so he can photograph disused chapels in exotic locations, where she falls into the arms of their gorgeous gaucho guide (Matthew Rhys). Meanwhile, Patagonian granny Cerys fools her grandson Alejandro into accompanying her to Wales to find the farmhouse her mum was forced to leave when pregnant.

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Third Star Fri 15 April • Gwe 15 Ebrill Wales/2010/90mins/advised 15. Dir: Hattie Dalton. With Benedict Cumberbatch, Hugh Bonneville, Adam Robertson.

As part of our 40th birthday celebrations, we’re collaborating with BAFTA Cymru to bring you a special preview screening of this beautiful tale of four best friends who set off on a camping trip to Barafundle Bay with precious few outdoor skills other than tea making. As James reveals the true reason for inviting his friends along on this significant journey, the young men share their hopes and fears on an adventure that will test their strength, friendship, and belief in what makes life worth living. + Post-screening Q&A with writer/producer Vaughan Sivell and Adam Robertson who stars as Bill.

Swansea Love Story Tue 19 April • Maw 19 Ebrill UK/2010/63mins/advised 18. Dir: Andy Capper, Leo Leigh.

This harrowing yet very human documentary attempts to get under the skin of a small selection of the many drug addicts living on the bleak streets of the South Wales city. We are guided by the elder statesmen of the mines and working men’s clubs as they talk us through the highs and lows of their beloved hometown, a city no longer riding high on the waves of industrialisation. + We will be joined by the director, Andy Capper in conversation with regeneration officer Huw Williams, discussing the challenges of making such a raw and thought-provoking film. Double CL1C card points

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True Grit Fri 25 March — Thu 7 April • Gwe 25 Mawrth — Iau 7 Ebrill USA/2010/110mins/15. Dir: Joel and Ethan Coen. With Jeff Bridges, Hailee Steinfeld, Josh Brolin, Matt Damon.

Following the murder of her father by hired hand Tom Chaney, 14-year-old farm girl Mattie Ross sets out to capture the killer. To aid her, she hires the tough, hard drinking U.S. Marshal, “Rooster” Cogburn. They are joined by talkative Texas Ranger Laboeuf, who wants to bring Chaney back to Texas for the reward money. The plain spoken humour, bold storytelling and rough beauty of Charles Portis’ classic American novel are brought to the fore in this cracking adaptation from the Coen brothers.

“a true work of visual art, as stylish and confident as Mattie Ross herself” — The Independent + Adaptations

Tue 5 April • Maw 5 Ebrill The reading group with a difference gets together following the screening to discuss True Grit and the book that inspired it.

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Archipelago Fri 1 — Thu 7 April • Gwe 1 — Iau 7 Ebrill UK/2010/114mins/15. Dir: Joanna Hogg. With Tom Hiddleston, Kate Fahy, Lydia Leonard.

The eagerly awaited follow-up to Joanna Hogg’s critically acclaimed debut Unrelated follows an upper middle-class family on a getaway on the idyllic Isles of Scilly, before the son Edward embarks on a charity expedition to Africa. Edward’s father’s attendance is eagerly anticipated, although sister Cynthia appears to be present under some duress, going through dutiful motions with her doting mother, being tutored in oil painting and taking picnics. Gradually, deep fractures within the family begin to surface and Hogg makes astute observations on the malaise of the upper middle-class, extracting sometimes painful drama from incidental events. Archipelago confirms Hogg as one of the most intriguing voices in modern British cinema.

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Fri 1 — Thu 7 April • Gwe 1 — Iau 7 Ebrill UK/Brazil/2010/98mins/PG. Dir: Lucy Walker.

Bad Film Club Lady Frankenstein Sun 3 April • Sul 3 Ebrill Italy/1971/84mins/18. Dir: Mel Welles, Aureliano Luppi. With Joseph Cotten, Rosalba Neri, Paul Muller.

The Bad Film Club crew are weighing in to celebrate Chapter’s 40th birthday in the only way they know how — by lending their irreverent live DVD-style commentary to a terrible movie from 1971. When Dr Frankenstein is killed by the monster he created, his daughter and Marshall the lab assistant continue with his diabolical experiments. It seems only right that they should find love over the attempted reanimation of corpses; their problem is that Marshall is getting on a bit. The only rational solution is to transplant his brain into the slow, but well-meaning servant Stephen’s body. Let’s hope that nothing ruins their love… like the return of Frankenstein’s monster, hell-bent on seeking revenge.

MovieMaker

The notion that so much contemporary art is actually rubbish is given a literal airing in this extraordinary documentary featuring the Brazilian artist Vik Muniz, who is renowned for working with discarded materials. British filmmaker Lucy Walker (Devil’s Playground, Countdown to Zero) follows the artist as he collaborates with some of the Rio slum dwellers who eke out a living by scavenging for food and re-useable items on the world’s largest rubbish dump. Waste Land skilfully brings together the back-stories of these impoverished characters, with Muniz’s singular artistic vision to present us with an inspiring account of lives on the margins of the global economy, and the transformative power of art.

Mon 4 April • Llun 4 Ebrill Screenings of short films by independent filmmakers. If you’d like more information, or have a film you’d like to show, please email chaptermoviemaker@hotmail.com or call Chapter Cinema on 029 2030 4400.

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Talk Pictures: An Introduction to Cinematography Sun 3 — Sun 24 April • 3.30pm • Sul 3 — Sul 24 Ebrill Do you find yourself intrigued, moved or simply amazed at how films can look so distinctive and their appearance affect us so differently? This discussion-based course includes 4 screenings which have been chosen for their spectacular cinematography. Led by photographer Faye Chamberlain, it takes place at 3.30pm over 4 Sundays and costs £32/£26. Please contact the box office for details. The films are, of course, also open to the general public at regular ticket prices.

Peeping Tom

Sin City

Sun 3 + Tue 5 April • Sul 3 + Maw 5 Ebrill

Sun 17 + Tue 19 April • Sul 17 + Maw 19 Ebrill

UK/1960/101mins/18. Dir: Michael Powell. With Karlheinz Bohm, Anna Massey, Moira Shearer.

USA/2005/124mins/18. Dir: Frank Miller, Robert Rodriguez, Quentin Tarantino. With Bruce Willis, Jessica Alba, Benicio Del Toro, Mickey Rourke.

From the acclaimed director of A Matter of Life and Death and The Red Shoes, this was one of the most controversial films ever released in Britain, which nearly ended the director’s career, but created a masterpiece of psychological terror. By day, Mark Lewis works as a modest focus-puller in a film studio supplementing his income by shooting glamour photographs for a seedy Soho newsagent. By night he stalks the dark streets seeking victims so that he can feed his gruesome obsession — filming the face of mortal fear, moments before death.

“brilliant satirical insight into the neurotic, pornographic element in the act of filming, more relevant than ever in the age of reality television and CCTV” — The Guardian

M Sun 10 + Tue 12 April • Sul 10 + Maw 12 Ebrill Germany/1931/110mins/PG. Dir: Fritz Lang. With Peter Lorre, Otto Wernicke.

Fritz Lang’s first sound film, and the one that launched German cinema into a new era, is an expressionist classic. Peter Lorre delivers an unforgettable performance as a psychopathic child-murderer who, after evading the Berlin police, is caught by the city’s criminals who find that his activities are having an effect on their own.

Opposite page: The Last picture Show (main image). Clockwise from top left: Peeping Tom, M, Sin City

Adapted from Frank Miller’s neo-noir cult graphic novels, Sin City tells four ultra-stylised tales of crime, revenge and corruption. Basin City’s citizens take the law into their own hands to avenge the death of a lover, thwart the actions of a deformed paedophile and rectify a miscarriage of justice. It’s beautifully filmed to reference the imagery of the original novels and shows the need for often flawed heroes in the face of unending, violent corruption.

The Last Picture Show Sun 24 - Tue 26 April • Sul 24 - Maw 26 Ebrill USA/1971/118mins/15. Dir: Peter Bogdanovich. With Timoth Bottoms, Jeff Bridges, Cybil Shepherd.

This Oscar-winning film is a wonderfully tense study of 1950s life in a bleak and isolated Texas town which is dying both economically and culturally. Based on Larry McMurtry’s semiautobiographical novel it follows the friendship of two high school football stars, as they come to realise that their hopes of leaving this claustrophobic town for more exciting prospects are becoming more limited by the day. With fantastic performances all round, the film introduced us to Cybil Shepherd, who plays the pretty but wayward young woman who dumps her failing ex-football star boyfriend and beds the richest boy in town.


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Llygaid Sgwâr Gan Philip Wyn Jones I ddathlu pen-blwydd Chapter yn ddeugain oed fe awn ni ‘nôl i 1971. Ym Mhrydain, ffilm ddiweddaraf Joseph Losey yw The Go-Between, atgof am garwriaeth gudd yn y cyfnod Edwardaidd. Alan Bates a Julie Christie sy’n portreadu’r cariadon. Bydd hon yn cystadlu am y Balmwydden Aur yng Ngŵyl Ffilmiau Cannes eleni a’i phrif gystadleuydd fydd Death in Venice (Luchino Visconti). Gwelwn garwriaeth gudd o fath arall yn ffilm John Schlesinger, Sunday Bloody Sunday. Mae gan ŵr ifanc ddau gariad; meddyg (Peter Finch) a gweinyddwraig (Glenda Jackson). Dyw’r sefyllfa hynod hon ddim, bellach, yn un ddadleuol. Ond dyma dair ffilm Brydeinig sy’n ddadleuol iawn. Cernyw yw cefndir ffilm dreisgar Sam Peckinpah, Straw Dogs. Mae Dustin Hoffman a Susan George yn portreadu cwpl sydd wedi symud i Gernyw fel y gall y gŵr barhau â’i astudiaethau academaidd mewn heddwch ond mae’r brodorion yn eu herlid yn ddidrugaredd. Mae’r gŵr tawel hwn yn penderfynu talu’r pwyth yn ôl. Bu rhai’n dadlau na ddylai’r sensor fod wedi rhoi tystysgrif i hon oherwydd natur eithafol y dial. Disgrifiwyd ffilm newydd Stanley Kubrick, A Clockwork Orange, fel “ffilm arswyd eithafol o feiddgar ac annynol”. Mae Malcolm McDowell yn portreadu Alex, llanc a garcharwyd am dreisio a llofruddio. Ar ôl cael ei ryddhau mae’n sylwi fod Prydain bellach yn gymdeithas dreisgar drwyddi draw. Mae sôn y bydd Kubrick yn tynnu hon o’r sinemâu ar fyrder. Cafodd ei arswydo wrth sylwi fod llawer o bobl ifanc yn ystyried bod Alex yn arwr. Mae ffilm ddiweddaraf Ken Russell, The Devils, yn darlunio digwyddiad honedig yn yr ail ganrif ar bymtheg pan feddiannwyd lleiandy gan y diafol. Mae manylion cignoeth y meddiannu wedi codi gwrychyn sawl beirniad ac mae rhai’n dadlau fod angen tynhau ar y modd y mae ffilmiau’n cael eu sensro ym Mhrydain. Mae ambell ffilm ysgafn ar gael! Arswyd law yn llaw a hiwmor â gawn ni yn The Abominable Dr Phibes (Robert Fuest). Mae Vincent Price yn portreadu cerddor disglair sy’n defnyddio dulliau’r Hen Destament i ddial ar y llawfeddygon a fethodd ag achub bywyd ei wraig. Mae The Railway Children (Lionel Jeffries) yn mynd â ni yn ôl i’r un cyfnod â The Go-Between. Ar ôl i’w gŵr gael ei garcharu am ysbïo mae gwraig (Dinah Sheridan) yn mynd â’i theulu i fyw i bentref gwledig lle mae’r plant, gan gynnwys Jenny Agutter, yn dod yn gyfeillgar gyda’r gŵr caredig (Bernard Cribbins) sy’n gweithio yn yr orsaf reilffordd gyfagos. Dyma ffilm sy’n addas ar gyfer gwylwyr o bob oedran. O’r Eidal y daw dwy ffilm fwyaf trawiadol y Cyfandir. Mae Pasolini am wneud tair ffilm fydd yn Dathlu Bywyd. Decameron Boccaccio yw’r ffilm gyntaf. Mae’n gyforiog o hwyl a sbri a rhyw. Nesaf fe gawn ni Canterbury Tales Chaucer ac yna Nosau Arabia. Myfyrio ar farwolaeth y mae Visconti yn Death in Venice. Mae Dirk Bogarde yn portreadu cyfansoddwr sy’n oedi yn Fenis er bod pla ar fin cyrraedd yno. Yr hyn sy’n ei gadw yno yw ei obsesiwn gyda llanc hardd. Ai hon fydd yn cipio’r Balmwydden Aur yn Fenis? Cawn weld! Philip Wyn Jones — Golygydd ac adolygydd. philip@philipwyn.wanadoo.co.uk You can find extended and English language versions of Philip’s column at www.chapter.org


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Black Swan

Twoscore Artist Films

Fri 8 — Thu 14 April • Gwe 8 — Iau 14 Ebrill

As part of our 40th birthday celebrations, we’re collaborating with Outcasting to programme a selection of moving image work from around the globe, giving you a taste of experimental film in the intimacy of our cinemas. Selected shorts will be screened before main films throughout April.

UK/2010/108mins/15. Dir: Darren Aronofsky. With Natalie Portman, Vincent Cassel, Mila Kunis, Barbara Hershey.

Winning Natalie Portman the Best Actress award at this year’s Oscars, this psychological thriller focuses on the relationship between Nina, a veteran ballet dancer, and Lily, a new rival, as they compete for the lead part in a production of Swan Lake. The ballet requires a dancer who can play both the White Swan with innocence and grace and the Black Swan who represents guile and sensuality. While Nina fits the White Swan perfectly, Lily is the personification of the Black Swan; and as Nina attempts to get more in touch with her dark side she develops a recklessness that threatens to destroy her. Visionary director Darren Aronofsky (The Wrestler, Requiem For A Dream) takes us on a thrilling and at times terrifying journey through the psyche of a young ballerina whose starring role turns out to be a part for which she becomes frighteningly perfect.

+ Cardiff SciSCREEN

Thu 14 April • 6pm • Iau 14 Ebrill SciSCREEN brings fresh perspectives to the latest films at Chapter. During these events you can enjoy a glass of wine and join the discussion with academics from Cardiff University and beyond, as they relate the latest films to their areas of expertise. Regular cinema pricing applies to sciSCREEN films and the associated discussions and wine receptions are free.

Anthony Shapland — The life of Ray Cook Screening before Waste Land (p33) Ray Cook was a sculptor who appeared on Blue Peter years ago, whose speciality was the intricate carving of matches. Shapland has been researching Cook’s life and has created a fictitious movie using the title sequence of ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ as his starting point.

Erica Scourti — Trailer Truths II & III Screening before Never Let Me Go (p41) Erica takes ‘microsnippets’ of trailer promos and re-edits them to make a new series of trailers.

Huw Andrews — Kezar Screening before True Grit (p31) Shot in an athletics stadium in San Francisco, Andrews short film follows the athletes as they train. However, as the film progresses, we start to realise that the relationship between the images and the soundtrack is not quite what it seems. www.outcasting.org

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Oranges and Sunshine Fri 8 — Thu 21 April • Gwe 8 — Iau 21 Ebrill UK/Australia/2010/105mins/15. Dir: Jim Loach. With Emily Watson, Hugo Weaving, David Wenham.

Jim Loach’s highly anticipated debut feature is the true story of Margaret Humphreys, a social worker from Nottingham in the late 80s who uncovered one of the most significant social scandals in recent times: the forced migration of over 130,000 children in care from the UK to Australia and other Commonwealth countries. Almost singlehandedly, and with little regard for her own well-being, Margaret reunited thousands of children with the parents they had been told were dead, and brought authorities to account through worldwide attention to an extraordinary miscarriage of justice. Being promised oranges and sunshine in their new life, many children as young as four years old were subjected to appalling abuse, hard labour and life in institutions.

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Route Irish Fri 8 — Thu 14 April • Gwe 8 — Iau 14 Ebrill UK/2010/109mins/15. Dir: Ken Loach. With Andrew Lowe, Mark Womack, John Bishop.

5-year-old Fergus met Frankie on his first day at school, in Liverpool 1976. As teenagers they skipped school and drank cider on the ferry over the River Mersey, dreaming of travelling the world. Little did Fergus realise his dream would come true as a highly trained member of the SAS. After resigning in 2004, Fergus persuaded Frankie (by now an ex-Para) to join his security team in Baghdad. Together they risked their lives in a city steeped in violence, terror and greed, and awash with billions of US dollars. In September 2007, Frankie died on Route Irish, the most dangerous road in the world. Back in Liverpool, a grief-stricken Fergus rejects the official explanation and begins his own investigation into his soul mate’s death. Only Rachel, Frankie’s partner, grasps the depth of Fergus’s sorrow, and the lethal possibilities of his fury. As he approaches the truth behind Frankie’s death, Fergus struggles to find his old self and the happiness he shared with Frankie twenty years earlier.

“a very dark and muscular revenge thriller” The Independent

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You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger Fri 15 — Thu 21 April • Gwe 15 — Iau 21 Ebrill USA/2010/98mins/12A. Dir: Woody Allen. With Anthony Hopkins, Naomi Watts, Josh Brolin, Gemma Jones.

Woody Allen’s latest film follows a pair of married couples, Alfie (Hopkins) and Helena (Jones), and their daughter Sally (Watts) and husband Roy (Brolin), as their passions, ambitions, and anxieties lead them in to trouble and out of their minds. After Alfie leaves Helena to pursue his lost youth and a free-spirited call girl named Charmaine, Helena abandons rationality and surrenders her life to the loopy advice of a charlatan fortune teller. Unhappy in her marriage, Sally develops a crush on her handsome art gallery owner boss, while Roy, a novelist nervously awaiting the response to his latest manuscript, becomes moonstruck over a mystery woman who catches his gaze through a nearby window.

“This love letter to the Reaper and his unknowable timetable is a bracing addition to an erratic, yet indispensable oeuvre.” Time Out New York

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Inside Job

Fri 15 — Thu 21 April • Gwe 15 — Iau 21 Ebrill USA/2010/109mins/12A. Dir: Charles Ferguson. Narrated by Matt Damon.

Winning this year’s Oscar for best Documentary Feature, Inside Job gives a forensic analysis of the financial crisis focusing on events in the US and looking at the wider repercussions for the rest of the world. Director Charles Ferguson has access to an amazing range of financial insiders, from banking institutions to the IMF, and follows the roots of the crisis from its beginnings more than a decade ago. It’s a savage indictment of greed, corruption and hubris at the highest levels, with a sophisticated, witty and intelligent tone, making the message even more effective. This film could do for the financial industries what An Inconvenient Truth did for climate change, as despite its professionalism and craft, this is ultimately a call to arms in the most explicit terms.

Never Let Me Go Fri 22 — Thu 28 April • Gwe 22 — Iau 28 Ebrill UK/2010/104mins/12A. Dir: Mark Romanek. With Carey Mulligan, Keira Knightley, Andrew Garfield, Charlotte Rampling, Sally Hawkins.

Returning after a popular run in March, this haunting adaptation of Kazuo Ishiguro’s acclaimed novel follows Kathy H as she recounts her childhood growing up at Hailsham, an exclusive, seemingly progressive boarding school in the English countryside. When new teacher Miss Lucy reveals the true nature of the school, Kathy and her two best friends Ruth and Tommy must come to terms with the awful truth of who they really are and the terrible fate that awaits them. As the three friends reach adulthood and leave Hailsham, a love triangle forms that threatens to pull them apart forever…

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Meek’s Cutoff Fri 22 — Thu 28 April • Gwe 22 — Iau 28 Ebrill USA/2010/104mins/ctba. Dir: Kelly Reichardt. With Michelle Williams, Shirley Henderson.

On the Portland-Oregon Trail of 1845 a wagon train of settlers take a Native American wanderer hostage and are torn between trusting their curmudgeonly, tall-tale-telling guide whose shortcut seems to have got them lost, and taking a leap of faith with the man who has always been seen as a natural born enemy. The award-winning director of Wendy and Lucy, combines devastating desert landscapes with an intimate survival drama in this stark, original take on the American Western with gripping performances all round.

+ Free Talk Film Course Taster Join Talk Film tutor Claire Vaughan after the screening on Tue 26 April to discuss how Reichardt’s representation of The Old West sits within the genre.

“a Western that reverses the genre’s traditional forms and dynamics to create something new and startling, yet still familiar” Slant Magazine


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Ballast Fri 22 — Thu 28 April • Gwe 22 — Iau 28 Ebrill USA/2008/96mins/15. Dir: Lance Hammer. With Michael J Smith, Jim Myron Ross, Tarra Riggs.

In the cold winter light of the Mississippi Delta, three people stumble under the weight of a shared tragedy. The death of a young man has left his twin brother, Lawrence, paralyzed with grief and his wife too exhausted from her low-paid work to see that their 12 year old is drifting into the orbit of local teenagers. When sudden violence forces mother and son to leave their home in the middle of the night, they flee to Lawrence’s property and while this provides a safe harbour, it quickly rekindles the fury of a longstanding conflict between them. Multi-award-winning writer/ director Lance Hammer teamed up with British Cinematographer Lol Crawley (Better Things, Four Lions) and a gifted cast of local, nonprofessional actors to create a profoundly humane story of lost souls seeking solace in the most unlikely of places. 

“stunning” — Time Out “A startlingly assured, pitch perfect first feature.”— The New York Times


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Essential Killing Fri 22 — Thu 28 April • Gwe 22 — Iau 28 Ebrill Poland/2010/83mins/subtitled/15. Dir: Jerzy Skolimowski. With Vincent Gallo, Emmanuelle Seigner, David L Price.

Captured by the US military in Afghanistan as a member of the Taliban after killing three American soldiers, Mohammed is transported to a secret detention centre in Europe. When the vehicle he is riding in crashes, he finds himself free and on the run in a snow-blanketed forest, a world away from the desert home he knew. Relentlessly pursued by an army that does not officially exist, Mohammed must confront the necessity to kill in order to survive. In this visually stunning and often challenging film, Jerzy Skolimowski explores notions of human endurance and ideology while at times eschewing the need for realism and traditional narrative.

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Cave of Forgotten Dreams [2D] Fri 29 April — Thu 5 May • Gwe 29 Ebrill — Iau 5 Mai USA/France/2010/90mins/U. Dir: Werner Herzog.

Gaining exclusive access to the cave paintings of the Chauvet Pont d’Arc in southern France, Werner Herzog was tasked with documenting the 30,000-year-old drawings and paintings for the symbolic cost of one Euro. And he doesn’t disappoint. Using only a minimum of light and a custom-built hand-held camera he succeeds not only in filming but in bringing the images to life with his wonderfully idiosyncratic mix of fascination and humour. Making use of the contours of these ‘moving’ rock paintings as the starting point for a philosophical meditation on the origins of the art of film, he also explores questions of human existence.

“Profound, mysterious and utterly absorbing” Empire

Fair Game

Source Code Fri 29 April — Thu 5 May • Gwe 29 Ebrill — Iau 5 Mai USA/2010/93mins/12A. Dir: Duncan Jones. With Jake Gyllenhaal, Michelle Monaghan.

British director Duncan Jones follows his debut feature Moon with this science fiction thriller about a decorated soldier, Captain Colter Stevens, who wakes up in the body of an unknown man. He discovers that he’s part of a mission to find the bomber of the Chicago commuter train he’s travelling on, and is involved in a government experiment which enables him to cross over into another man’s identity. With a second, much larger bomb threatening to kill millions, Colter re-lives the incident over and over again, gathering clues each time, until he can solve the mystery of who is behind the bombs and prevent the next attack.

The Extraordinary Adventures Of Adele Blanc-Sec Fri 29 April — Thu 5 May • Gwe 29 Ebrill — Iau 5 Mai France/2010/107mins/subtitled/12A. Dir: Luc Besson. With Louise Bourgoin, Mathieu Amalric.

In 2003, Valerie Plame’s status as a CIA agent was revealed by the White House as an alleged response to her husband’s article in the New York Times claiming the US had manipulated intelligence about WMD to justify the invasion of Iraq. Based on true events, this gripping conspiracy thriller explores what happens when a secret agent is ‘outed’, leaving her international contacts vulnerable, her home life and career in a mess and her life in danger.

Luc Besson turns his comic and fantastical imagination to the extraordinary adventures of Adele Blanc-Sec. Set in the early part of the 20th century, the story follows the popular novelist and her dealings with would-be suitors, the police, monsters and a host of other distractions. Legendary cartoonist Jacques Tardi’s original stories perfectly recreate the intrigue, romance and excitement of one of the most tumultuous periods in recent history. + Special Preview Screening Sat 16 April • Sad 16 Ebrill As part of our 40th birthday celebrations we’re bringing you a special preview screening, a couple of weeks before the film goes on general release.

Cave of Forgotten Dreams

The Extraordinary Adventures Of Adele Blanc-Sec

Fri 29 April — Thu 5 May • Gwe 29 Ebrill — Iau 5 Mai USA/2010/108mins/12A. Dir: Doug Liman. With Sean Penn, Naomi Watts.


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Family Features Every Saturday at 11am & 3pm. Please book in advance to avoid disappointment. Children under 12 years old must be accompanied by an adult.

Secretariat

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Sat 2 April • Sad 2 Ebrill

Fri 22 — Thu 28 April • Gwe 22 — Iau 28 Ebrill

USA/2010/123mins/U. Dir: Randall Wallace. With Diane lane, John Malkovich, Dylan Wash.

USA/2011/107mins/PG. Dir: Gore Verbinski. With Johnny Depp, Isla Fisher and Timothy Olyphant.

This is the inspiring story of Penny Chenery, the owner of the racehorse Secretariat, who won the Triple Crown in 1973 against all the odds.

This terrifically eccentric animation tells the tale of a chameleon whose dreams of being a swashbuckling hero become reality when he finds himself in a Western town plagued by bandits.

Gnomeo & Juliet (2D) Sat 9 April • Sad 9 Ebrill

Yogi Bear

UK/2011/84mins/U. Dir: Kelly Asbury. With James McAvoy, Emily Blunt, Maggie Smith.

Fri 29 + Sat 30 April • Gwe 29 + Sad 30 Ebrill

Gnomeo and Juliet have many obstacles to overcome when they fall in love and are caught up in a feud between neighbours. But with plastic pink flamingos, souped-up lawnmower races and very confused frogs in the mix, can this young couple find lasting happiness?

Tangled Fri 15 — Thu 21 April • Gwe 15 — Iau 21 Ebrill USA/2010/100mins/PG. Dir: Nathan Greno, Bryon Howard. With Mandy Moore, Zachary Levi.

When a runaway thief stumbles upon the magically long-haired Rapunzel, she has the chance to leave the tower which has imprisoned her for her whole life and discover who she is.

Secretariat

USA/2011/80mins/U. Dir: Eric Brevig. With Dan Akroyd, Justin Timberlake, Anna Faris.

When a documentary filmmaker travels to Jellystone Park to shoot a nature film, he soon crosses paths with Yogi Bear and his sidekick Boo-Boo who’ve invented an ingenious way of stealing picnic baskets, despite the best efforts of Ranger Smith.

Carry on screaming ! Check out the calendar for details of our special screenings aimed at people with babies under one year old, every Friday at 11.00 am. Carry on Screaming allows parents or carers to see a film at Chapter without having to worry about their baby causing a disturbance. Free entry for babies.

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Shop open: Tue — Sat 10am-8pm, Sun 2-8pm. Closed Monday

Looking for something to entertain the kids during those April showers? Why not try our ‘Do You Doodle?’ books which come in a variety of styles to suit young tastes. The springtime vibes might also inspire you to get growing with our plant pot herb sets, or light up your garden path with battery powered fairy mushrooms! For Easter we’ve stocked our shelves with bilingual cards, bunny and chick egg-cups from the popular Quail range, felt baskets to hold your Easter booty and vintage-inspired keepsake tins. And don’t forget Mother’s Day! We’re organising drop in workshop sessions for children who want to make something special for their Mam from 11am — 1pm on Saturday 2 April. Please contact the Shop for more details. Ginny, Shop Supervisor

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Café open: Mon — Sat 8.30am-9.30pm Sun 9.30am-9.30pm Breakfast: 9-11.30am (Sun 10am-12pm) Lunch: 11.30-3pm Main Menu: 12-9pm

I love spring! Last month I planted some veggies for the summer and I can’t wait to be eating them al fresco. On our menu at Chapter we’re slowly changing the more wintery fare for some lovely dishes incorporating what’s fresh and seasonal at the moment. I’m planning on adding one of my favourite warm weather dishes to the menu — escabeche is seared fish which is marinated in a lemon juice, fresh herb and chilli dressing and served hot or cold the next day. I love this with fresh green salad, sugar snap peas or tabouleh. Another cracking fish dish is our grilled mackerel with roasted mushrooms, peppers, onions and courgettes in homemade arrabiata sauce, topped with salsa verde and served with side salad. Bon appetit! Lex, Café Manager

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Bar open: Sat 12pm-12am, Sun 12-10.30pm, Mon-Thu 12-11pm, Fri 12pm-12.30am Free wireless internet is available in Caffi Bar Chapter.

Spring has well and truly sprung, so why not accompany one of our new seasonal menu choices with a glass of refreshing fruit beer? Timmermans is one of only a handful of traditional lambic breweries on the outskirts of Brussels. Lambic beer is a spontaneously fermenting wheat beer to which no yeast is added and casks are left open overnight to collect natural micro-organisms. Fruit is then added for a second fermentation and to give the beer its distinctive taste and aroma. We stock cherry, raspberry and peach Timmermans in bottles and we now have strawberry Timmermans on draft, so treat yourself to something a bit different and celebrate the sunshine*! Louise, Bar Supervisor *Chapter cannot guarantee pleasant weather, please check the forecast before you travel.


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Lleolir Chapter yn Nhreganna, y tu ôl i Cowbridge Road East, rhwng Heol Llandaf a Heol y Farchnad. Mae’n hawdd ein cyrraedd o ganol y ddinas. Ar ôl 6pm mae llefydd parcio ychwanegol ar gael ym maes parcio Gwasanaethau Dysgu Cymunedol Caerdydd sydd yn ymyl maes parcio Chapter. Uchod gwelir meysydd parcio eraill cyfagos. Mae bysus rhif 17, 18 a 33 yn gadael Canol y Ddinas bob pum munud. Ar yr M4 o’r dwyrain: Dewch oddi ar y draffordd ar gyffordd 29 gan ddilyn yr A48; wedi 6 milltir cymerwch y tro bychan i’r chwith ar yr A4119/ Mill Lane; yna’r chwith ar Ffordd Caerdydd; ewch yn eich blaen ar y B4267/Ffordd Llandaf; wedi 300m trowch i’r dde ar Market Place; a’r dde nesaf ar Heol y Farchnad; mae maes parcio Chapter ar y dde. Ar yr M4 o’r gorllewin: Dewch oddi ar y draffordd ar gyffordd 33 a dilynwch yr arwyddion ar gyfer yr A4232; wedi 6.3 milltir dewch oddi ar y ffordd ar Ffordd Lecwydd, tuag at Stadiwm newydd Clwb Pêl-Droed Caerdydd; ewch yn eich blaen ac yna trowch i’r chwith ar Cowbridge Road East; mae Heol y Farchnad ar y dde; mae maes parcio Chapter ar y dde.

Chapter is situated in Canton, behind Cowbridge Road East, between Llandaff Road and Market Road. We are easily accessible from the city centre. Overflow car parking is available after 6pm at Cardiff Community Learning Services adjacent to the car park at Chapter. Alternative nearby car parks are shown above. Number 17, 18 and 33 buses leave every five minutes from the City Centre. From the east on M4: Take exit 29 onto the A48; after 6 miles turn slight left onto A4119/ Mill Lane; then left onto Cardiff Road; continue straight onto B4267/Llandaff Rd; after 300m turn right onto Market Place; take next right onto Market Road; Chapter car park is on the right. From the west on M4: Take exit 33 and follow signs onto A4232; after 6.3 miles exit onto Leckwith Rd, towards the new Cardiff City Stadium; keep straight until turning left onto Cowbridge Road E; Market Rd is on your right; Chapter car park is on the right. Access for all

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Carry on Screaming: Waste Land (PG) p33 11.00 Archipelago (15) p33 6.00 Ranters: Holiday p15 8.00 Submarine (15) p29 2.30+6.15 Waste Land (PG) p33 8.30 Drones Comedy Club p4 8.30 True Grit (15) p31 8.30 sat • sad 2 Secretariat (U) p47 11.00+3.00 Music Geek Monthly p18 3.30 Ranters: Holiday p15 8.00 True Grit (15) p31 6.00 Waste Land (PG) p33 6.15 Submarine (15) p29 8.30 Archipelago (15) p33 8.30 sun • sul 3 Submarine (15) p29 2.30 Talk Pictures: Cinematography p35 3.30 Peeping Tom (18) p35 5.00 Archipelago (15) p33 5.45 True Grit (15) p31 7.30 Bad Film Club: Lady Frankenstein (18) p33 8.30 mon • llun 4 True Grit (15) p31 6.00 Chapter MovieMaker p33 6.00 Submarine (15) p29 8.30 Archipelago (15) p33 8.30 tue • maw 5 Peeping Tom (18) p35 2.30 Waste Land (PG) p33 6.15 Seeing Things p18 6.00 True Grit (15) + Adaptations p31 6.00 Archipelago (15) p33 8.30 Voices of Partition p19 7.30 Submarine (15) p29 8.30 RWCMD: Mary Stuart p20 7.30 wed • mer 6 Submarine (15) p29 2.30+8.30 Archipelago (15) p33 5.45 RWCMD: Mary Stuart p20 7.30 True Grit (15) p31 6.00 Waste Land (PG) p33 8.15 thu • iau 7 True Grit (15) p31 2.30+8.15 Waste Land (PG) p33 6.15 RWCMD: Mary Stuart p20 7.30 Submarine (15) p29 6.00 Archipelago (15) p33 8.30 fri • gwe 8 Carry on Screaming: M (PG) p35 11.00 Route Irish (15) p39 6.15 RWCMD: Mary Stuart p20 2.30+7.30 Oranges and Sunshine (15) p38 2.30+6.00 Black Swan (15) p37 8.30 Sioned Huws: Aomori Project p17 8.00 Submarine (15) p29 8.15 Desire Lines (Preview) p24 8.00 sat • sad 9 Gnomeo & Juliet 2D (U) p47 11.00+3.00 Black Swan (15) p37 6.15 RWCMD: Mary Stuart p20 7.30 Submarine (15) p29 6.00 Route Irish (15) p39 8.30 Sioned Huws: Aomori Project p17 8.00 Oranges and Sunshine (15) p38 8.15 Desire Lines (Preview) p24 8.00 sun • sul 10 Submarine (15) p29 3.30+8.15 Talk Pictures: Cinematography p35 3.30 Fabler Shakespeare Readers p18 6.30 Oranges and Sunshine (15) p38 6.00 M (PG) p35 5.00 Route Irish (15) p39 7.45 mon • llu 11 Submarine (15) p29 6.00 Route Irish (15) p39 6.15 Desire Lines (Preview) p24 8.00 Oranges and Sunshine (15) p38 8.15 Black Swan (15) p37 8.30 tue • maw 12 M (PG) p35 2.30 Black Swan (15) p37 6.15 Desire Lines p24 8.00 Oranges and Sunshine (15) p38 6.00 Route Irish (15) p39 8.30 Submarine (15) p29 8.15 wed • mer 13 Oranges and Sunshine (15) p38 2.30+8.15 Black Swan (15) p37 6.00 Desire Lines p24 8.00 Submarine (15) p29 6.00 Route Irish (15) p39 8.30 thu • iau 14 SWDFAS Lecture p18 2.00 Black Swan (15) p37 2.30 Earthfall: The Factory p21 8.00 Oranges and Sunshine (15) p38 6.00 Black Swan (15) + SciScreen talk p37 6.15 Desire Lines p24 8.00 Submarine (15) p29 8.15 Route Irish (15) p39 8.30 Bandscape p19 9.00 fri • gwe 15 Carry on Screaming: Tangled (PG) p47 11.00 You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger (12A) p41 6.00 Party Time p4 6.00 Oranges and Sunshine (15) p38 2.30+8.30 Inside Job (12A) p41 8.15 Earthfall: The Factory p21 8.00 Preview: Third Star (ctba) +Q&A p29 6.00 Desire Lines p24 8.00 Fair Dawn Beyond… p4 11.00 Drones Comedy Club p4 8.30 sat • sad 16 Tangled (PG) p47 11.00+3.00 Inside Job (12A) p41 6.15 Earthfall: The Factory p21 8.00 Craft Fair p5 10.00 Preview: Adele Blanc-Sec (12A) p45 6.00 You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger (12A) p41 8.00 Desire Lines p24 8.00 Workshop p5 11.00 Oranges and Sunshine (15) p38 8.30 Birthday Bazzar Cabaret p6 9.00 Rocketgoldstar p6 10.00 sun • sul 17 Janek Alexander p7 12.00 Talk Pictures: Cinematography p35 3.30 Art Car-Bootique p7 10.00 Craft Fair p5 10.00 You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger (12A) p41 2.30+5.30 Sin City (18) p35 5.00 Scrabble Sunday p7 6.00 Oranges and Sunshine (15) p38 8.00 Inside Job (12A) p41 7.45 Actoresau/Actorion yn... p25 7.00 Sunday Jazz p7 9.00 mon • llun 18 You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger (12A) p41 6.00 Inside Job (12A) p41 6.15 Darlleniadau o ddramâu p25 6.00 Oranges and Sunshine (15) p38 8.15 Patagonia (15) p29 8.30 +8.00 tue • maw 19 Tangled (PG) p47 11.00 Swansea Love Story (18) +Q&A p29 6.00 The Butterfly Fugue p25 6.00 Sin City (18) p35 2.30 Inside Job (12A) p41 8.15 Perfect Day p25 6.00 Oranges and Sunshine (15) p38 6.15 Desire Lines p24 8.00 You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger (12A) p41 8.30 Light Arrested… p25 8.00 wed • mer 20 Tangled (PG) p47 11.00 Inside Job (12A) p41 6.15 Artists’ Development... p25 6.00 Patagonia (15) p29 2.30 Patagonia (15) p29 8.30 The Finding of Pat Arnold p25 6.00 You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger (12A) p41 6.00 Desire Lines p24 8.00 Oranges and Sunshine (15) p38 8.15 Light Arrested... p25 8.00 thu • iau 21 Tangled (PG) p47 11.00 Patagonia (15) p29 6.00 Forum Discussion p25 6.00 Patagonia (15) p29 2.30 Inside Job (12A) p41 8.30 Desire Lines p24 8.00 Oranges and Sunshine (15) p38 6.15 Light Arrested... p25 8.00 You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger (12A) p41 8.30 fri • gwe 22 Carry on Screaming: Rango (PG) p47 11.00 Essential Killing (15) p44 6.15 Desire Lines p24 8.00 Never Let Me Go (12A) p41 2.30+8.15 Ballast (15) p43 8.30 Meek’s Cutoff (ctba) p42 6.00 sat • sad 23 Rango (PG) p47 11.00+3.00 Ballast (15) p43 6.15 Desire Lines p24 8.00 Never Let Me Go (12A) p41 6.00 Essential Killing (15) p44 8.30 Meek’s Cutoff (ctba) p42 8.15 sun • sul 24 Meek’s Cutoff (ctba) p42 2.30+7.30 Talk Pictures: Cinematography p35 3.30 Pub Quiz p18 7.30 The Last Picture Show (15) p35 5.00 Essential Killing (15) p44 6.15 Ballast (15) p43 8.30 mon • llun 25 The Last Picture Show (15) p35 6.00 Ballast (15) p43 6.15 Meek’s Cutoff (ctba) p42 8.30 Essential Killing (15) p44 8.30 tue • maw 26 Rango (PG) p47 11.00 Essential Killing (15) p44 6.15 On The Edge: The Perplexing… p19 8.00 The Last Picture Show (15) p35 2.30 Ballast (15) p43 8.30 Meek’s Cutoff (ctba) p42 6.00 Never Let Me Go (12A) p41 8.15 wed • mer 27 Rango (PG) p47 11.00 Ballast (15) p43 6.15 Perfformiad p23 7.00 Never Let Me Go (12A) p41 2.30+6.00 Essential Killing (15) p44 8.30 Waking Exploits: Serious... p20 7.30 Meek’s Cutoff (ctba) p42 8.15 thu • iau 28 Rango (PG) p47 11.00 Essential Killing (15) p44 6.15 Perfformiad: Kathryn Ashill p23 2.00 Essential Killing (15) p44 2.30 Ballast (15) p43 8.30 Waking Exploits: Serious... p20 7.30 Meek’s Cutoff (ctba) p42 6.00 Perfformiad p23 8.00 Never Let Me Go (12A) p41 8.15 Carry on Screaming: Yogi Bear (U) p47 11.00 Adele Blanc-Sec (12A) p45 6.15 Perfformiad: Kathryn Ashill p23 2.00 fri • gwe 29 David Yogi Bear (U) p47 2.30 Source Code (12A) p45 8.30 Waking Exploits: Serious... p20 7.30 Mackintosh: Cave Of Forgotten Dreams (U) p45 6.00 Perfformiad p23 8.00 The Curtain, Fair Game (12A) p45 8.00 pp 10+11 sat • sad 30 Yogi Bear (U) p47 11.00+3.00 Source Code (12A) p45 6.15 Waking Exploits: Serious... p20 2.00+7.30 Fair Game (12A) p45 6.00 Adele Blanc-Sec (12A) p45 8.30 Cave Of Forgotten Dreams (U) p45 8.15

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Please note: the stated film times represent the start of the adverts and trailers.

Subtitled Screenings. Check website for details.

AUDIO DESCRIPTION. Check website for details.

Carry on Screaming: Waste Land (PG) p33 11.00 Archipelago (15) p33 6.00 Ranters: Holiday p15 8.00 Submarine (15) p29 2.30+6.15 Waste Land (PG) p33 8.30 Drones Comedy Club p4 8.30 True Grit (15) p31 8.30 sat • sad 2 Secretariat (U) p47 11.00+3.00 Music Geek Monthly p18 3.30 Ranters: Holiday p15 8.00 True Grit (15) p31 6.00 Waste Land (PG) p33 6.15 Submarine (15) p29 8.30 Archipelago (15) p33 8.30 sun • sul 3 Submarine (15) p29 2.30 Talk Pictures: Cinematography p35 3.30 Peeping Tom (18) p35 5.00 Archipelago (15) p33 5.45 True Grit (15) p31 7.30 Bad Film Club: Lady Frankenstein (18) p33 8.30 mon • llun 4 True Grit (15) p31 6.00 Chapter MovieMaker p33 6.00 Submarine (15) p29 8.30 Archipelago (15) p33 8.30 tue • maw 5 Peeping Tom (18) p35 2.30 Waste Land (PG) p33 6.15 Seeing Things p18 6.00 True Grit (15) + Adaptations p31 6.00 Archipelago (15) p33 8.30 Voices of Partition p19 7.30 Submarine (15) p29 8.30 RWCMD: Mary Stuart p20 7.30 wed • mer 6 Submarine (15) p29 2.30+8.30 Archipelago (15) p33 5.45 RWCMD: Mary Stuart p20 7.30 True Grit (15) p31 6.00 Waste Land (PG) p33 8.15 thu • iau 7 True Grit (15) p31 2.30+8.15 Waste Land (PG) p33 6.15 RWCMD: Mary Stuart p20 7.30 Submarine (15) p29 6.00 Archipelago (15) p33 8.30 fri • gwe 8 Carry on Screaming: M (PG) p35 11.00 Route Irish (15) p39 6.15 RWCMD: Mary Stuart p20 2.30+7.30 Oranges and Sunshine (15) p38 2.30+6.00 Black Swan (15) p37 8.30 Sioned Huws: Aomori Project p17 8.00 Submarine (15) p29 8.15 Desire Lines (Preview) p24 8.00 sat • sad 9 Gnomeo & Juliet 2D (U) p47 11.00+3.00 Black Swan (15) p37 6.15 RWCMD: Mary Stuart p20 7.30 Submarine (15) p29 6.00 Route Irish (15) p39 8.30 Sioned Huws: Aomori Project p17 8.00 Oranges and Sunshine (15) p38 8.15 Desire Lines (Preview) p24 8.00 sun • sul 10 Submarine (15) p29 3.30+8.15 Talk Pictures: Cinematography p35 3.30 Fabler Shakespeare Readers p18 6.30 Oranges and Sunshine (15) p38 6.00 M (PG) p35 5.00 Route Irish (15) p39 7.45 mon • llu 11 Submarine (15) p29 6.00 Route Irish (15) p39 6.15 Desire Lines (Preview) p24 8.00 Oranges and Sunshine (15) p38 8.15 Black Swan (15) p37 8.30 tue • maw 12 M (PG) p35 2.30 Black Swan (15) p37 6.15 Desire Lines p24 8.00 Oranges and Sunshine (15) p38 6.00 Route Irish (15) p39 8.30 Submarine (15) p29 8.15 wed • mer 13 Oranges and Sunshine (15) p38 2.30+8.15 Black Swan (15) p37 6.00 Desire Lines p24 8.00 Submarine (15) p29 6.00 Route Irish (15) p39 8.30 thu • iau 14 SWDFAS Lecture p18 2.00 Black Swan (15) p37 2.30 Earthfall: The Factory p21 8.00 Oranges and Sunshine (15) p38 6.00 Black Swan (15) + SciScreen talk p37 6.15 Desire Lines p24 8.00 Submarine (15) p29 8.15 Route Irish (15) p39 8.30 Bandscape p19 9.00 fri • gwe 15 Carry on Screaming: Tangled (PG) p47 11.00 You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger (12A) p41 6.00 Party Time p4 6.00 Oranges and Sunshine (15) p38 2.30+8.30 Inside Job (12A) p41 8.15 Earthfall: The Factory p21 8.00 Preview: Third Star (ctba) +Q&A p29 6.00 Desire Lines p24 8.00 Fair Dawn Beyond… p4 11.00 Drones Comedy Club p4 8.30 sat • sad 16 Tangled (PG) p47 11.00+3.00 Inside Job (12A) p41 6.15 Earthfall: The Factory p21 8.00 Craft Fair p5 10.00 Preview: Adele Blanc-Sec (12A) p45 6.00 You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger (12A) p41 8.00 Desire Lines p24 8.00 Workshop p5 11.00 Oranges and Sunshine (15) p38 8.30 Birthday Bazzar Cabaret p6 9.00 Rocketgoldstar p6 10.00 sun • sul 17 Janek Alexander p7 12.00 Talk Pictures: Cinematography p35 3.30 Art Car-Bootique p7 10.00 Craft Fair p5 10.00 You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger (12A) p41 2.30+5.30 Sin City (18) p35 5.00 Scrabble Sunday p7 6.00 Oranges and Sunshine (15) p38 8.00 Inside Job (12A) p41 7.45 Actoresau/Actorion yn... p25 7.00 Sunday Jazz p7 9.00 mon • llun 18 You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger (12A) p41 6.00 Inside Job (12A) p41 6.15 Darlleniadau o ddramâu p25 6.00 Oranges and Sunshine (15) p38 8.15 Patagonia (15) p29 8.30 +8.00 tue • maw 19 Tangled (PG) p47 11.00 Swansea Love Story (18) +Q&A p29 6.00 The Butterfly Fugue p25 6.00 Sin City (18) p35 2.30 Inside Job (12A) p41 8.15 Perfect Day p25 6.00 Oranges and Sunshine (15) p38 6.15 Desire Lines p24 8.00 You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger (12A) p41 8.30 Light Arrested… p25 8.00 wed • mer 20 Tangled (PG) p47 11.00 Inside Job (12A) p41 6.15 Artists’ Development... p25 6.00 Patagonia (15) p29 2.30 Patagonia (15) p29 8.30 The Finding of Pat Arnold p25 6.00 You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger (12A) p41 6.00 Desire Lines p24 8.00 Oranges and Sunshine (15) p38 8.15 Light Arrested... p25 8.00 thu • iau 21 Tangled (PG) p47 11.00 Patagonia (15) p29 6.00 Forum Discussion p25 6.00 Patagonia (15) p29 2.30 Inside Job (12A) p41 8.30 Desire Lines p24 8.00 Oranges and Sunshine (15) p38 6.15 Light Arrested... p25 8.00 You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger (12A) p41 8.30 fri • gwe 22 Carry on Screaming: Rango (PG) p47 11.00 Essential Killing (15) p44 6.15 Desire Lines p24 8.00 Never Let Me Go (12A) p41 2.30+8.15 Ballast (15) p43 8.30 Meek’s Cutoff (ctba) p42 6.00 sat • sad 23 Rango (PG) p47 11.00+3.00 Ballast (15) p43 6.15 Desire Lines p24 8.00 Never Let Me Go (12A) p41 6.00 Essential Killing (15) p44 8.30 Meek’s Cutoff (ctba) p42 8.15 sun • sul 24 Meek’s Cutoff (ctba) p42 2.30+7.30 Talk Pictures: Cinematography p35 3.30 Pub Quiz p18 7.30 The Last Picture Show (15) p35 5.00 Essential Killing (15) p44 6.15 Ballast (15) p43 8.30 mon • llun 25 The Last Picture Show (15) p35 6.00 Ballast (15) p43 6.15 Meek’s Cutoff (ctba) p42 8.30 Essential Killing (15) p44 8.30 tue • maw 26 Rango (PG) p47 11.00 Essential Killing (15) p44 6.15 On The Edge: The Perplexing… p19 8.00 The Last Picture Show (15) p35 2.30 Ballast (15) p43 8.30 Meek’s Cutoff (ctba) p42 6.00 Never Let Me Go (12A) p41 8.15 wed • mer 27 Rango (PG) p47 11.00 Ballast (15) p43 6.15 Perfformiad p23 7.00 Never Let Me Go (12A) p41 2.30+6.00 Essential Killing (15) p44 8.30 Waking Exploits: Serious... p20 7.30 Meek’s Cutoff (ctba) p42 8.15 thu • iau 28 Rango (PG) p47 11.00 Essential Killing (15) p44 6.15 Perfformiad: Kathryn Ashill p23 2.00 Essential Killing (15) p44 2.30 Ballast (15) p43 8.30 Waking Exploits: Serious... p20 7.30 Meek’s Cutoff (ctba) p42 6.00 Perfformiad p23 8.00 Never Let Me Go (12A) p41 8.15 Carry on Screaming: Yogi Bear (U) p47 11.00 Adele Blanc-Sec (12A) p45 6.15 Perfformiad: Kathryn Ashill p23 2.00 fri • gwe 29 David Yogi Bear (U) p47 2.30 Source Code (12A) p45 8.30 Waking Exploits: Serious... p20 7.30 Mackintosh: Cave Of Forgotten Dreams (U) p45 6.00 Perfformiad p23 8.00 The Curtain, Fair Game (12A) p45 8.00 pp 10+11 sat • sad 30 Yogi Bear (U) p47 11.00+3.00 Source Code (12A) p45 6.15 Waking Exploits: Serious... p20 2.00+7.30 Fair Game (12A) p45 6.00 Adele Blanc-Sec (12A) p45 8.30 Cave Of Forgotten Dreams (U) p45 8.15

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Ar y ffôn galwch ar 029 2030 4400. Rydym yn derbyn y prif gardiau credyd. Galwch heibio mae’n Swyddfa Docynnau ar agor Llun-Sad 11.00am — 8.30pm; Sul 3.00 — 8.30pm Drwy’r post Chapter Rhadbost, RLYX-RTEBKYAL, Caerdydd CF5 1ZZ Danfonwch siec yn daladwy i Chapter gan ddweud pa docynnau rydych eu heisiau. Ar-lein cynigiwn wasanaeth archebu 24/7 ar ein gwefan, sef www.chapter.org Consesiynau: Mae’r prisiau gostyngol ar gael i fyfyrwyr, pobl dros 60 oed, plant, pobl ddi‑waith, pobl anabl, pobl â cherdyn MAX, Aelodau a deiliaid Cardiau Chapter. Bydd angen prawf eich bod yn gymwys. Archebion grŵp: prynwch 8 tocyn a chael y 9fed am ddim. Noder • dim ond un gostyngiad a ganiateir ar yr un achlysur • rydym yn croesawu archebu o flaen llaw ond ni allwn gadw tocynnau • mae’n bosib y gwrthodir mynediad i hwyrddyfodiaid

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Lleolir Chapter yn Nhreganna, y tu ôl i Cowbridge Road East, rhwng Heol Llandaf a Heol y Farchnad. Mae’n hawdd ein cyrraedd o ganol y ddinas. Ar ôl 6pm mae llefydd parcio ychwanegol ar gael ym maes parcio Gwasanaethau Dysgu Cymunedol Caerdydd sydd yn ymyl maes parcio Chapter. Uchod gwelir meysydd parcio eraill cyfagos. Mae bysus rhif 17, 18 a 33 yn gadael Canol y Ddinas bob pum munud. Ar yr M4 o’r dwyrain: Dewch oddi ar y draffordd ar gyffordd 29 gan ddilyn yr A48; wedi 6 milltir cymerwch y tro bychan i’r chwith ar yr A4119/ Mill Lane; yna’r chwith ar Ffordd Caerdydd; ewch yn eich blaen ar y B4267/Ffordd Llandaf; wedi 300m trowch i’r dde ar Market Place; a’r dde nesaf ar Heol y Farchnad; mae maes parcio Chapter ar y dde. Ar yr M4 o’r gorllewin: Dewch oddi ar y draffordd ar gyffordd 33 a dilynwch yr arwyddion ar gyfer yr A4232; wedi 6.3 milltir dewch oddi ar y ffordd ar Ffordd Lecwydd, tuag at Stadiwm newydd Clwb Pêl-Droed Caerdydd; ewch yn eich blaen ac yna trowch i’r chwith ar Cowbridge Road East; mae Heol y Farchnad ar y dde; mae maes parcio Chapter ar y dde.

Chapter is situated in Canton, behind Cowbridge Road East, between Llandaff Road and Market Road. We are easily accessible from the city centre. Overflow car parking is available after 6pm at Cardiff Community Learning Services adjacent to the car park at Chapter. Alternative nearby car parks are shown above. Number 17, 18 and 33 buses leave every five minutes from the City Centre. From the east on M4: Take exit 29 onto the A48; after 6 miles turn slight left onto A4119/ Mill Lane; then left onto Cardiff Road; continue straight onto B4267/Llandaff Rd; after 300m turn right onto Market Place; take next right onto Market Road; Chapter car park is on the right. From the west on M4: Take exit 33 and follow signs onto A4232; after 6.3 miles exit onto Leckwith Rd, towards the new Cardiff City Stadium; keep straight until turning left onto Cowbridge Road E; Market Rd is on your right; Chapter car park is on the right. Access for all

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Chapter welcomes disabled visitors. If you have any specific access requirements or questions please contact our box office on 029 2030 4400, minicom 029 2031 3430.

Mae Chapter yn croesawu ymwelwyr anabl. Os oes gennych unrhyw anghenion mynediad penodol ffoniwch ein swyddfa docynnau ar 029 2030 4400, minicom 029 2031 3430.

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