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Welcome 2010 heralds a heady mix of music, comedy, drama and tongue-in-cheek dance. We have brilliant biopics, cult companies, Clocktower favourites, MOBO winners and Mercury Music Prize nominees, alongside emerging artists for a season of shows packed with talent. We’ll also have twice as many Saturday shows in 2010 – with colourful adventures at 11am and 2.30pm for children aged 2+ – so no-one has to miss out. We’ve even made a special brochure for children’s events. Call 020 8253 1030 for your copy or visit our website. All of our live events and films can be booked online at www.croydonclocktower.org.uk so you can book your tickets at any time of day. If you’d rather still pick up a phone just call 020 8253 1030 we’re always happy to hear from you. Come and join us in 2010. We look forward to seeing you soon, The Clocktower Team
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The season starts here! Thu 14 Jan 7.30pm
Mark Thomas: The Manifesto The economy’s bust, the environment broken and governments have run out of ideas, the only people who can save the day… is us! Join comedian and activist Mark Thomas as he creates a People’s Manifesto to light our way through the gloom. Two policies chosen so far are: 1. Anyone who supports ID cards should be banned from having curtains. 2. No one should be allowed a 2nd home until everyone has a 1st home... “A HUMAN TIME BOMB WHO MIXES COMEDY WITH OLD FASHIONED INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM… VERY FUNNY, IRREPRESSIBLE AND DEVILISHLY CLEVER.” The Irish Times “MOVING AND INSPIRING… AS GRIPPING AS ANY LIVE PERFORMANCE YOU WILL SEE.” !!!!! Guardian “A BRILLIANT INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALIST DISGUISED AS A COMEDIAN… VERY FUNNY INDEED.” Daily Telegraph CREATED BY MARK THOMAS + THE AUDIENCE EACH NIGHT
January Fri 15 Jan 7pm
Don’t miss: Wed 13 Jan 6.45pm & Thu 14 Jan 11am
Supported by Zombie Crash + Catherine O’Rourke + William Slack + The Pretty Dolls
Heavy Load: The Movie (12A)
As they thrash out punk covers and mutilate pop tunes, Heavy Load are like any other band. The only difference being is that three of the five have a learning Heavy Load is Brighton’s answer to The Ramones. A punk outfit subject to the disability - which makes the bands survival combustible flux of ego, ambition, fantasy, a precarious negotiation between an institutional timetable, day centres and expectation and desire that fuels any emerging band. But they’re also uniquely, the rehearsal room. Dispensing with stereotypes as they go from their first made up of musicians with and without gig to their first album, you can see this learning disabilities. humorous film documentary about Heavy “THE MOST IMPORTANT PUNK BAND Load in the David Lean Cinema. (Contains PLAYING LIVE IN THE UK TODAY.” one use of strong language) The Sunday Times on Heavy Load PRESENTED BY
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TICKETS ARE £7.30 ADULTS/£4.80 CONCESSIONS
Fri 22 Jan 3.30pm
London Mozart Players Thu 21 Jan 7.30pm
Like a fabulous silent movie, Full Twist brings together a fusion of comedy and physical theatre with contemporary clowning to create a light hearted world of four flustered hearts and a few surprises in a witty tale of lust, love, and quirky romance.
The four cellists of the London Mozart Players bring us a wonderful programme of compositions that you’ll know and others you’ll be thrilled to discover as the quartet play a wide variety of works by Klengel, Mercadante, Piatti and Offenbach. After the concert you can chat with the musicians over a cup of tea or coffee. £10/£8 CONCESSIONS
“PHYSICAL COMEDY AT ITS FINEST… THIS RIP-ROARING, LAUGH-OUT-LOUD, CLOWNING CAPER WAS MARVELLOUS.” Bristol Evening Post
“ALL FRANTIC ENERGY OF HAROLD LLOYD-ERA SILENT COMEDY.” !!!! Venue CREATED BY PANGOTTIC £7.50 /£6 CONCESSIONS
January Wed 27, Thu 28 & Fri 29 Jan 7.30pm
Abigail’s Party By Mike Leigh
This achingly funny comedy of manners revolves around an evening of domestic entertaining in modern suburbia. While teenager Abigail throws a party two doors down, the grown-ups gather for a soiree of their own... Dark, hilarious and stolen straight from life, Abigail’s Party is a harsh, but true, observation that will make you laugh, cry and beg for more!
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Mike Leigh is an award-winning screenwriter, director and playwright. His multi-award winning films include All or Nothing, Naked, Happy Go Lucky, Life is Sweet, Secrets and Lies and Topsy Turvy. Abigail’s Party is his most famous and influential play. Gavin & Stacey wouldn’t have existed without it! “A PAINFULLY FUNNY IMPRESSION OF SOCIAL AIRS AND DISGRACES.” The Times CREATED BY GOODMAN PRODUCTIONS £10 / £8 CONCESSIONS
Wed 03 Feb 7.30pm
Thu 04 Feb 7.30pm
With every cliché from every space movie you’ve ever seen Company Gavin Robertson, who had huge success with Thunderbirds FAB, present their latest comedy 2010: A Space Oddity.
An entertainment with songs and drawings
2010: A Space Oddity
Two men are trapped in a kitchen in a HAL of their own devising. Together they rage against the machine, Arthur C Clarke is nowhere on the horizon, and in space no-one can eat ice-cream! “THEATRE AT ITS BRILLIANT BEST.”
“LITERALLY NEVER A DULL MOMENT.” Time Out
CREATED BY COMPANY GAVIN ROBERTSON £7.50 /£6 CONCESSIONS
John Hegley’s The Adventures of Monsieur Robinet
Poet, comedian and singer John Hegley returns to “one of his favourite venues” (his words) with his new show. With tales about a Frenchman with some unusual [but clean] habits, an address to aliens on the subject of transport and a poem about a non-talking parrot this is guaranteed good fun. “JOHN HEGLEY IS A JOY, TECHNICALLY DEFT AND DELIGHTFULLY SILLY.” Daily Telegraph
CREATED BY JOHN HEGLEY £12 /£10 CONCESSIONS
Fri 05 Feb 8pm
Skip ‘Little Axe’ McDonald + Support from The Cedars Skip McDonald formed the house band for the pioneering label Sugar Hill, and provided music for some of the most seminal records of the 70s & 80s by Grandmaster Flash, Afrika Bambaataa, Force M.D.’s and many more. Although Little Axe’s Hard Grind draws comparisons to Moby’s Play, it was Skip who pioneered the fusion of blues, dub and electronic music. Tonight Little Axe gives you the Blues as it was meant to be heard. £6 / £5 CONCESSIONS
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Wed 10 Feb 7.30pm
Come and witness the life of a professional confetti maker. This full time factory worker’s fears, fantasies and ambitions go far beyond cutting paper. Hopefool combines live music, singing, crazy dancing and bizarre puppetry as our hero strives for romance, fame and family. “FRANK WURZINGER SHOULD BE BOOKED FOR A TOUR OF THE COUNTRY. WE COULD ALL DO WITH A DOSE OF HOPEFOOL TO ENLIGHTEN OUR LIVES.” Remote Goat CREATED BY FRANK WURZINGER, FINGER IN THE PIE & JACKSON’S LANE £7.50 / £6 CONCESSIONS
Thu 11 Feb 7.30pm
Frida Kahlo – Viva La Vida by Humberto Robles This is an explosive on-stage portrait of Latin America’s greatest female painter. Sharp, witty and bursting with colour, this multi award-winning play powerfully recreates the intimate life of an exceptional artist who managed to transfer her vibrant culture and her deepest dramas onto canvas. “THIS PERFORMANCE WILL HAUNT YOU.” !!!!! The Scotsman “A PASSIONATE WOMAN COURAGEOUSLY PAINTING AN AGONISING REALITY.” !!!! Metro
Fri 12 Feb 8pm
+ Support One of the original torch bearers for the revitalized young British jazz scene Mercury Music Prize nominees Led Bib released their third album Sensible Shoes to worldwide acclaim. The album was described as a modern classic by the press. See them live. “A HANDS-DOWN TRIUMPH.” The Independent
“THE FUTURE OF JAZZ.” The Times “RARELY HAVE TWO SAXES, KEYBOARD, BASS AND DRUMS SOUNDED SO DANGEROUS YET SO COMPELLING.” !!!! Observer Music Monthly £10 / £8 CONCESSIONS
CREATED BY THE FOOTPRINT PROJECT AND TIRSO THEATRE £7.50 / £6 CONCESSIONS
Tues 16, Wed 17 & Thu 18 Feb 7.30pm (Heats) Fri 19 Feb 7.30pm (Grand Final)
Now in its 6th year, the search for Croydon’s hottest unsigned music act is underway. Come and see South London’s finest take the stage. Artists will compete in three categorises: Singer/Songwriter, Hip Hop/R’n’B and Bands. Each night acts will be sent through to the final by a panel of respected music industry judges to decide who will play at the Croydon Summer Festival in 2010 and receive recording time. In 2009 De’Borah took the title, sharing a stage with The Proclaimers and Candi Staton when she performed at this year’s Festival. In 2008 Cellar Door used the opportunity as a launch pad to tour the UK. “IT’S GREAT TO SEE A LOCAL VENUE CHAMPIONING CROYDON TALENT IN SUCH AN EXCITING WAY. IT WAS A GREAT GIG AND LET’S NOT FORGET, JOY DIVISION WERE DISCOVERED AT A BATTLE OF THE BANDS.” Bill Lloyd of Placebo HEATS £3 / GRAND FINAL £5
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Wed 24 Feb 8pm
Simon Munnery + Holly Walsh Hosted by Terry Saunders Terry Saunders, one of Time Out’s Top 10 comedians, hosts an evening of comedy with Holly Walsh, one of the Independent’s top 10 best comedians, short spots by new rising talents, and a headline performance by the award-winning comic genius Simon Munnery. “THE MOST EXCITING COMEDIAN OF THE MOMENT.” The Times on Simon Munnery “THE MOST ORIGINAL AND INVENTIVE COMIC IN THE COUNTRY.” The Observer on
CREATED BY SHOW & TELL UK £7.50 / £6 CONCESSIONS
Thu 25 Feb 7.30pm
Fri 26 Feb 8pm
By Mark Jenkins
After 5 years as London’s premier Global Beat club session, Chilli Fried brings its unique blend of great live music and top tunes to Croydon. DJ Jamie Renton is joined by 12-piece Hi-life/Afro-funk ensemble Yaabafunk famed for their riotous, groove heavy live shows. A perfect match with Chilli Fried’s party ethos, this multi-cultural London band draw on Ghanaian roots and funky shoots to create something very special. Between sets, Jamie will be firing up the decks with a globetrotting selection to warm your soul and move your hips. This is a party where everyone is welcome.
Playing Burton One of the most powerful actors and personalities of the 20th-century Richard Burton appeared to waste his talent, drinking himself to an early grave. He was the most nominated actor never to win an Oscar. The 12th child of a drunken Welsh miner he rose to become the world’s first megastar. But the real Burton, little Richie Jenkins, was known only to a few. Directed by Burton’s great nephew, Guy Masterson, Welshman Josh Richards reincarnates both the actor and the myth in a moving, charming, deeply profound performance.
“AN UNFORGETTABLE DISTILLATION OF THE ESSENCE OF BURTON’S UNIQUENESS. A SHATTERING PORTRAYAL!” Daily Mail CREATED BY GUY MASTERSON PRODUCTIONS & JR PRODUCTIONS £7.50 / £6 CONCESSIONS
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£6 / £5 CONCESSIONS
March Fri 05 Mar 8pm
Piaf - A Celebration of a Legend Humphrey Littleton’s award-winning vocalist Tina May brings to life the music of Edith Piaf, France’s most beloved entertainer, national icon and musical legend.
“HANDLES THE CLASSICS AS THE GEMS THEY STILL ARE.” The Guardian “WITH TINA MAY AROUND WHO NEEDS ANOTHER SINGER?” The Scotsman “THAT GREAT RARITY, A SINGER WHO ENHANCES A SONG.” The Observer £10 / £8 CONCESSIONS
A gifted lyricist and sparkling entertainer, Tina May’s astonishing vocal ability and hypnotic stage presence has won her worldwide acclaim. See her capture the magic of Piaf with classics including La vie en rose, Milord and Non, and je ne regrette rien.
March Wed 10 Mar 7.30pm
This is Now
In 1983, Tom illegally taped the first ‘Now That’s What I Call Music’ LP onto a C60 cassette. 25 years later he found it in a drawer and a new show was born. Join Britain’s funniest dance duo as they deconstruct this first ever Now album and jump headlong into the dark pool of days gone by and come out covered in a filthy 80’s gunk. Wrestling with classic hits from Bonnie Tyler and Duran Duran, will Tom and Pete be able to save you from drowning in nostalgia?
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“IF FLIGHT OF THE CONCHORDS DANCED RATHER THAN SANG THEY’D BE A LOT LIKE DANCE DUO NEW ART CLUB.” The London Paper
“EXPERT TIMING AND TONGUE-IN-CHEEK WIT.” The Times “THEIR WORLD OF PARODY IS ONE THAT IS LIKELY TO WIN THEM YET MORE FANS.” Metro CREATED BY THE NEW ART CLUB
£10 / £8 CONCESSIONS
March Thu 11 Mar 7.30pm
Meeting Joe Strummer By Paul Hodson 1978. Nick & Steve see The Clash for the first time, and a lifelong Joe Strummer obsession is born.
“THEATRE’S HIGH FIDELITY.” The Guardian “A WONDERFUL PRODUCTION, JOE WOULD HAVE LOVED IT.” Lucinda Mellor (Joe Strummer’s wife)
CREATED BY THE FUTURE IS UNWRITTEN £7.50 / £6 CONCESSIONS
2002. Strummer’s death forces Nick and Steve to re-evaluate their lives. Punk defined a generation of Thatcher’s children who went on to sell out and become something in the City. But where did all that idealism and integrity go? Winner of a Fringe First award, this heartfelt comic play charts Nick and Steve’s attempts to keep their ‘oath’ to Strummer while still paying the bills and living in the real world.
Photo © Julian Yewdall
This is a passionate punk comedy about attitude, friendship and celebrity and a celebration of the man who set the agenda for a generation.
March Fri 12 Mar 8pm
Soweto Kinch + Support The Clocktower is delighted to welcome back the double MOBO award-winner and 2003 Mercury Music Prize winner of An Album of the Year, Soweto Kinch. Widely proclaimed as the most exciting alto saxophonist of his generation, Kinch has successfully woven post-bop Jazz and rap to near universal acclaim with his albums Conversations with the Unseen and A Life In The Day Of B19 - Tales Of The Tower Block. On stage with his band he is a confident, electrifying modern day hipster. Don’t miss his return. “ONE OF THE BEST SOUNDING NEW JAZZ GROUPS I’VE HEARD.” New York Times
“A SPECTACULAR MUSICIAN.” The Observer
£10 / £8 CONCESSIONS
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March Thu 18 Mar 7.30pm
Moon Fool – ill met by moonlight Living forever’s not easy nowadays - if you’re a fairy. The forests are diminishing and humans are so distracting...
“A RACY, PACEY AND INVENTIVE CHAMBERSIZED PHYSICAL THEATRE PRODUCTION.” The Times on Trestle’s Lola
CREATED AND PERFORMED BY TRESTLE AND MOON FOOL £7.50 / £6 CONCESSIONS
An inventive re-imagining of Shakespeare’s well-loved play, A Midsummer Night’s Dream. In this engaging, funny and visually striking production, Titania, Oberon and Puck play out events from their past, hosting nightly revels in their attempt to woo the audience off the path and back into the woods. Combining original music and playful movement Moon Fool is the fairies’ tale with an amplified twist.
March Fri 19 Mar 8pm
Martin Simpson One of the finest acoustic finger-style and slide guitar players in the world, Martin Simpson is a guitar legend and an enormously influential musician. His own songs are beautifully written, telling true stories and dealing with themes of love, loss, home and much more. “FITTINGLY BE-GONGED SEVERAL TIMES, MARTIN SIMPSON IS TAKING HIS PLACE, NOT JUST AS A HERO FOR GUITARBESOTTED ACOLYTES BUT AS ONE OF THE NATIONAL TREASURES OF ENGLISH TRADITIONAL MUSIC.” BBC Radio 2 Folk & Acoustic Reviews
“A MASTER.” Mojo £10 / £8 CONCESSIONS
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Wed 24 Mar 7pm
(in association with the Beautiful Octopus Club)
This is a fantastic live event run by people with learning disabilities. Live music, open mic, chill out spaces, massage table, karaoke bar, theatre, films... there are loads of spaces to explore and of course the famous dancefloor. £6
Thu 25 Mar Theatre 6.30pm Fri 26 Mar Music 6.30pm
Invading even more of the Clocktower IGNiTE 5 brings together two great events for young people aged 14-19. These are two great club nights filled with performance and film, and music and dance, where talented young local artists and bands perform alongside a top headline act from the area. Come along, hear great music, see short films and performances, support your mates and have a great night. IF YOU WANT TO GET INVOLVED GO TO: • ARTSAMBASSADORS@YAHOO.CO.UK • FACEBOOK GROUP: ARTS AMBASSADORS • MYSPACE.COM/ARTSAMBASSADORS CREATED BY THE ARTS AMBASSADORS £5 EACH / £7.50 FOR BOTH NIGHTS
Saturday Shows & Happy Mondays HAPPY MONDAYS Each Monday night you can enjoy films at our art-house cinema, socialise at the bar and try out a range of FREE events. Make Monday your night to try something new.
JANE AUSTEN BOOK CLUB
SHOWS FOR CHILDREN From 16 Jan – 13 Mar 11am / 2.30pm every Saturday This year we have some of the best children’s companies coming to the Clocktower with tales you’ll know and love. With a chance to meet puppets, characters from famous stories and fairytales as well as exciting interactive shows 2010 should be lots of fun for little ones aged 2+. The season starts with The Ugly Ducking on Sat 16 January with musical storytelling from Sea Legs Theatre and ends with a double-bill of shows by Lyngo Theatre with Patrick Lynch of BBC’s Cbeebies Razzle Dazzle with Tom Thumb (pictured) and Room In The Sky. For the full line up of our Saturday shows for children visit www.croydonclocktower.org.uk, join our e-list online, or call 020 8253 1030 for our new children’s brochure. AGES 2+ £6 / £5 CONCESSIONS
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Mon 18 Jan/ 15 Feb / 15 Mar From 6.30pm – 7pm (drop in when you like) The first rule of the Jane Austin Book Club is there is no Book Club. It is part of a growing number of knitting and sewing groups secretly taking over the world one stitch at a time. Everyone is welcome: Wallflowers, vixens, vikings, goths or grannies. Bring some knitting or sewing and remember our most important rule – relax, unwind (whether it is with a drink or a ball of wool) and make new friends! ARTS CAFÉ BAR FREE EVENT/NO NEED TO BOOK
CAFÉ SCIENTIFIQUE Mon 22 Feb & 22 Mar 6.30pm / 90 mins Explore the latest scientific ideas with a relaxed cup of coffee or a glass of wine. It starts with a short talk from a scientist or writer, then its time for a refill and a chance to discuss. Everyone is welcome! FREE EVENT /NO NEED TO BOOK
COMING SOON… NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM Look out for news of late night opening at the Museum of Croydon in 2010.
Participate! As well as providing the opportunity to see great shows on stage the Clocktower runs an inspirational year-round education and participation programme.
SCHOOLS Many companies who bring their work to the Clocktower offer workshops as well as education packs that add to your visit. Contact us for more information and ticket deals.
ARTS FOR PEOPLE WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES As well as creating a fantastic club night for people with learning disabilities, Club Soda, the Clocktower has a groundbreaking programme of events and participatory projects.
EVENTS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Aged 14-19, the Arts Ambassadors help produce, promote and organise arts events, BIG WHITE LIGHT including IGNiTE, at the Clocktower for other young people. As well as learning new skills THEATRE COMPANY This is our resident performing arts in music, theatre and film, members can company for adults with learning also achieve an arts award. disabilities. Look out for performances on If you want to get involved or see what 17 March and at Club Soda. We welcome events we have planned check out: new members. • Facebook group: Arts Ambassadors • myspace.com/artsambassadors
BOUNCE! – FREE DANCE WORKSHOP Sat 20 March Sign up for an afternoon of free dance workshops led by cutting edge professionals for 14-17 year olds. There will be an evening performance to entertain and inspire (tickets £5). Workshops are free but booking is essential. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
To find out more about our work with schools, young people, refugees and asylum seekers, and Club Soda call Oliver on 020 8253 1034 or e-mail email@example.com
Discover more Have you been to the Museum of Croydon and discovered history through the objects and stories of local people? Found some great fiction and facts in the Library? Or seen the latest film at the David Lean? NO?! You’re missing out. Visit www.croydonclocktower.org.uk and discover what’s on offer today.
DAVID LEAN CINEMA
Making room for the underground, art-house and quirky, Croydon’s only independent cinema shows films that you won’t necessarily see in the multiplex. Sign up to our e-list at www.croydonclocktower.org.uk to find out what’s showing this week.
ART EXHIBITIONS Scene Unseen: Unpacking the Art of Croydon (until 01 May) Don’t miss your chance to see the Museum’s hidden gems including works from Evacustes Phipson to Bridget Riley. A film by students from Croydon College accompanies the exhibition, while artist Toni McGreachan has been working with community groups to create a response to the collection in February’s Scene Again.
MUSEUM OF CROYDON
Mon – Sat 10am -5pm The Museum takes you on an interactive journey from 1800 to the present day through the personal stories and the fascinating objects of people who have lived, loved and worked in the area. You can add your own stories to the museum’s collection in the digital memory room. www.museumofcroydon.com
See the Golden Globe nominated Nine at the David Lean Cinema in February
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Information How to find us Weâ€™re a 10 minute walk from East and West Croydon Rail and Bus Stations. George Street Tramlink stop is just 3 mins away, with buses stopping outside our door. The nearest Car Parks are at Surrey Street (off Charles Street), Fairfield (off Barclay Road) and St. Georgeâ€™s Walk on our doorstep. Croydon Clocktower, Katharine Street, Croydon CR9 1ET
The Clocktower has ramped access from Katharine Street and lifts to the cinema and Braithwaite Hall. There are accessible toilets on both the ground floor and the second floor. Assistance dogs are welcome. We are part of the Shape Ticket Scheme for people with disabilities. for more details visit tickets.shapearts.org.uk
How to Book
Call 020 8253 1030 (10am - 7pm Mon - Sat, 10am - 5.30pm on Tues) or visit www.croydonclocktower.org.uk (booking fees apply)
Can I get a discount? Concessions are available to people aged 12-16, over 60s, full time students, people with disabilities and claimants.
This guide is available in large print. Call 020 8253 1030 for your copy. For all other Croydon Council enquiries please call 020 8726 6000.
This brochure is printed in good faith, and is correct at the time of going to print, but we reserve the right to make changes to our programme where necessary. All tickets are subject to availability. For our terms and conditions visit our website.
Events at a glance January 2010 Thu Fri Sat Thu Fri Sat Wed – Fri Sat
14 Jan 15 Jan 16 Jan 21 Jan 22 Jan 23 Jan 27 – 29 Jan 30 Jan
7.30pm 7pm 11am & 2.30pm 7.30pm 3.30pm 11am & 2.30pm 7.30pm 11am & 2.30pm
Mark Thomas Heavy Load Ugly Duckling Full Twist London Mozart Players Sounds Like Abigail’s Party Giraffes Can’t Dance
7.30pm 7.30pm 8pm 11am & 2.30pm 7.30pm 7.30pm 8pm 11am & 2.30pm 7.30pm 2.30pm 8.00pm 7.30pm 8pm 11am & 2.30pm
2010: A Space Oddity Theatre/Comedy John Hegley Music/Comedy/Theatre Little Axe Music Little Red Riding Hood… Children’s Show Hopefool Theatre Frida Kahlo Theatre Led Bib Music Princess & the Pea Children’s Show Testing 123 Music Finding Alice Children’s Show Comedy Night with Simon Munnery Comedy Playing Burton Theatre Chilli Fried Music Katy & the Nurgla Children’s Show
8pm 11am & 2.30pm 7.30pm 7.30pm 8pm 11am & 2.30pm 7.30pm 8pm 7pm 6.30pm 6.30pm
Piaf Tom Thumb This is Now Meeting Joe Strummer Soweto Kinch Room in Sky Moon Fool Martin Simpson Club Soda IGNiTE 5 IGNiTE 5
Comedy Music Children’s Show Theatre Music Children’s Show Theatre Children’s Show
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03 Feb 04 Feb 05 Feb 06 Feb 10 Feb 11 Feb 12 Feb 13 Feb 16 – 19 Feb 20 Feb 24 Feb 25 Feb 26 Feb 27 Feb
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05 Mar 06 Mar 10 Mar 11 Mar 12 Mar 13 Mar 18 Mar 19 Mar 24 Mar 25 Mar 26 Mar
Music Children’s Show Dance/Comedy Theatre /Comedy Music Children’s Show Theatre Music Music/Film/Theatre Theatre Music
Published on Jan 6, 2010