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EASTGATE THEATRE & ARTS CENTRE

Family Fare A Grandmother A Grandad A Funbox full of music

Classic Comedy Fred Macaulay Andy Gray and Grant Stott

Original Music Young Night Thought Moonshine Melodies Head-swimming Songs

spring APRIL MAY JUNE 2018

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Front cover: Man Walking with Blue Stick by Audrey Grant Find out more at www.audreygrant.co.uk

Audio Description service available. Printed using vegetable inks on FSC approved paper. All the carbon emissions generated in the printing of this programme will be offset by planting broadleaved trees in a local community woodland resulting in the print becoming completely carbon balanced.

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Friends of the Eastgate The Friends of the Eastgate support and help to improve the theatre facilities in all sorts of ways from helping to buy new theatre lights to the satellite dish that makes live relays possible, from a new coffee machine to upgrading the computer system. This not only makes them feel very good (and more comfortable when they visit) they also benefit from • A £2 discount on tickets for most live shows • Buy One, Get One Free tickets for a specially selected show each month • A 10% discount on café purchases over £5 • Regular newsletters (with a prize draw) • Social events throughout the year

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highlights... April

spotlight

Bite Sized Entertainments Story, music and song with fine food and friends

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Grandad and Me A living storybook for families

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Double Feature with comedy giants Gray and Stott

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May Woody Pines Moonshine music from Nashville

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The Monster and Mary Shelley The story of the gothic girl who electrified the world

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Matthew Bourne’s Cinderella The fairy tale becomes a London blitz love story

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June Fred Macaulay celebrates 30 years of laughter Heidi Talbot & John McCusker After ten years together, their first tour as a duo

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2018

This spring the theatre is full of youthful energy – with performances by children and teenagers, shows for children and families, and a whole array of activities designed for young people. Junior pupils from Fiona Henderson School of Dance take to the stage in late May, showcasing their talent and enthusiasm in We Just Wanna Dance. Then in early June the school’s littlest dancers have the chance to sparkle in their own Tiny Stars show. They’re followed by youngsters from Shakespeare in Traquair turning out in their Shakespeare Shorts for a fresh and funny take on The Shrew and Much Ado. Family entertainment starts at the end of March when popular entertainers Fun Box will be Rocking All Over the World. Then there’s Grandad and Me, a lovely piece of storytelling for children from 5 years old; and two magical performances of The Attic (this time featuring a grandmother!) for pre-school children. Meanwhile there’s some fantastic films for little ones including Peter Rabbit and Isle of Dogs.

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And don’t forget the huge range of opportunities for youngsters to get involved in creative activities as part of the theatre’s Engage programme. There’s an Open Day in the school holidays when children (and their parents) can enjoy some free taster sessions before the new class term begins.

Caroline Adam General Manager

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Opera on Screen

...Drama on Screen

ROYAL OPERA (LIVE)

NATIONAL THEATRE (ENCORE)

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Macbeth

Macbeth

Auditorium

Auditorium

Macbeth sees Verdi at his most theatrical: it bristles with demonic energy. The warrior Macbeth fights on the side of the King of Scotland – but when a coven of witches prophesy that he shall become king himself, a ruthless ambition drives Macbeth and his wife to horrific acts. Murder makes Macbeth king, and intrigue and butchery are the hallmarks of his brief, doomed reign. Will the witches next prediction restore justice?

The ruined aftermath of a bloody civil war. Ruthlessly fighting to survive, the Macbeths are propelled towards the crown by forces of elemental darkness. Shakespeare’s most intense and terrifying tragedy is directed by Artistic Director of the National Theatre Rufus Norris and stars Rory Kinnear as Macbeth and Anne-Marie Duff as Lady Macbeth. Thu 24 May 7pm £14, £10 for under 25s

Wed 4 April 7.15pm £17, £10 for under 25s

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...Drama THE OCCASION presents

The Monster and Mary Shelley Auditorium June 1816 – the year without a summer. At the age of 18, having recently watched her premature baby die, Mary Shelley has a waking dream and begins to write a story that will haunt and define her for the rest of her life. The Monster and Mary Shelley is an atmospheric, moving, and at times darkly comic exploration of fear. Incorporating elements of music hall, melodrama, horror and teenage rebellion with a pulsing contemporary cinematic score, The Monster and… explores the life of Mary Shelley – the gothic girl who electrified the world.

“The show is impossible to resist.....it slices down to the hidden reality of the way we live now, in a way that makes the rest of our theatrical world seem pallid.” Joyce McMillan, The Scotsman (on Apocalypse!)

www.theoccasiontheatre.com Age: 12+ Fri 4 May 7.30pm £14

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Ballet on Screen

ROYAL BALLET (LIVE)

ROYAL BALLET (LIVE)

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Manon

Swan Lake

Auditorium

Auditorium

Manon’s brother Lescaut is offering her to the highest bidder when she falls in love with Des Grieux and they elope to Paris. When Monsieur G.M. offers Manon a life of luxury as his mistress she can’t resist. Des Grieux tries to win Monsieur G.M.’s fortune by cheating at cards and they are caught. Manon is arrested as a prostitute and deported to New Orleans, followed by Des Grieux. On the run, Manon dies from exhaustion.

Prince Siegfried chances upon a flock of swans while out hunting. When one of the swans turns into a beautiful woman, Odette, he is enraptured. But she is under a spell that allows her to regain her human form only at night. The ballet’s success is secured by the sublime, symphonic sweep of Tchaikovsky’s score and the striking choreographic contrasts between Petipa’s royal palace scenes and the lyric lakeside scenes created by Ivanov.

MacMillan’s creates spectacular ensemble scenes but it is Manon and Des Grieux’s impassioned pas de deux that drive this tragic story.

This new production has additional choreography by Liam Scarlett working with his long-term designer John Macfarlane.

Thu 3 May 7.15pm £17, £10 for under 25s

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Tue 12 June 7.15pm £17, £10 for under 25s

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...Ballet on Screen Matthew Bourne’s Cinderella

...Drama on Screen NATIONAL THEATRE (ENCORE) presents

Julius Caesar

Auditorium

Auditorium

Matthew Bourne’s interpretation of the classic fairy tale is a thrilling and evocative love story, set in the London blitz. It has, at its heart, a true war-time romance. A chance meeting results in a magical night for Cinderella and her dashing young RAF pilot, together just long enough to fall in love before being parted by the horrors of the war.

Caesar returns in triumph to Rome and the people pour out of their homes to celebrate. Alarmed by the autocrat’s popularity, the educated élite conspire to bring him down. After his assassination, civil war erupts on the streets of the capital.

Matthew Bourne’s vivid story telling has never been more heart-stopping and touching. It takes the audience into the heart of Prokofiev’s magnificent score, and the sights and sounds of war-torn London. ★★★★

“A dazzling spectacle”

The Times

The screening of the ballet will be followed by a live Q & A with Matthew Bourne.

Nicholas Hytner’s production will thrust the audience into the street party that greets Caesar’s return, the congress that witnesses his murder, the rally that assembles for his funeral and the chaos that explodes in its wake. Ben Whishaw and Michelle Fairley play Brutus and Cassius, David Calder plays Caesar and David Morrissey is Mark Antony. Thu 12 April 7pm £14, £10 for under 25s

Tue 15 May 7pm £14, £10 for under 25s

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Comedy

Fred Macaulay 30 Years On Auditorium On the 19th May 1988, a young(ish) Fred Macaulay made his stand-up debut at the Mayfest ‘So You Think You’re Funny’ competition with five minutes of his own material. His set, mixing personal family anecdotes and wry observations about society and politics, set the blueprint for a 30 year career that has taken him into television on QI, Have I Got News For You and Mock The Week, and radio with his own show on Radio Scotland, as well as Radio 4’s Newsquiz, The Unbelievable Truth and Just A Minute. He has also performed on the live circuit and at festivals far and wide.

“combines a finely tuned comedy radar and genuine geniality” Sunday Herald

www.fredmacaulay.com Fri 8 June 7.30pm £15

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...Comedy GILDED BALLOON presents

Double Feature Auditorium Edinburgh’s favourite comedy double act, Andy Gray and Grant Stott, star as Mikey and Davey, two old pals who have been granted their dream job - clearing out their old local cinema. Set against a backdrop of fading posters, abandoned film reels and dusty cinema seats, Stott & Gray’s electrifying partnership is in full force as they act out iconic movie moments – from Ben Hur to The Magnificent Seven, through Star Wars and The Godfather. Gradually Mikey and Davey realise that, despite their epic aspirations, they seem stuck in their own B-movie…can they agree on an ending?

“A priceless comic partnership, never to be missed” The Scotsman “A Comedic Masterpiece” Ed Fest Mag

This is a brand new play by Phil Differ, the prolific comedy writer whose credits include Spitting Image, Not the Nine O’Clock News and Only An Excuse? Sat 21 April 7.30pm £15

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Music

Kate in the Kettle

Budapest Café Orchestra

Auditorium

Auditorium

Kate Young is a Scottish singer, fiddle player and composer, who last performed at the Eastgate as part of Mr McFalls Chamber. She returns to take centre stage accompanied by master fiddle player Patsy Reid and virtuoso cellist and player of the musical saw Su-a-Lee.

Led by jazz violin superstar Christian Garrick, the BCO evokes vivid images of Tzigane fiddle maestros, Budapest café life and gypsy campfires - plus a few surprises along the way: good enough to make you want to book that holiday down the Danube!

Kate’s debut album Swimmings of the Head combines different traditional music sources with self-penned works. This is perfectly complemented by the other two musicians in her trio. Patsy Reid has performed alongside Dougie Maclean and Kylie Minogue with Zakir Hussain and collaborated with Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi and British musicians. As well as performing as Assistant Principal Cellist with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Su-a-Lee has recorded on her musical Saw for Eric Clapton and performed at Celtic Connections with Jack Bruce of Cream and the folk band Lau.

Hard to describe, they are as fantastically exciting as they are musically impressive, journeying far and wide across the Balkans and Russia, Klezmer, Romanian Doinas and Hungarian Czardas. Expect surprises, diversions and adventures along the way. Their infectious energy will sweep you off your feet and stay in your heart. www.budapestcafeorchestra.co.uk Wed 6 June 7.30pm £15

www.kateyoungmusic.com Thu 10 May 7.30pm £15

★★★★

“enthralling”

MOJO Magazine

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...Music MUSIC IN PEEBLES presents

Clare Hammond (piano) Auditorium Award winning pianist Clare Hammond brings together music from four centuries. Haydn’s Fantasia provides a vivacious opening whilst Schubert’s first set of Impromptus is among the best-loved works in the piano repertoire. As a noted champion of contemporary music, Clare will also play the world premiere of a work by Malcolm Hayes, inspired by Dante. Her interest in Polish music is reflected in two pieces from Szymanowski’s 1915 Metopes and the season is brought to a dazzling close by Chopin’s highly virtuosic Opus 25 set of Etudes.

“a winning combination of technical subtlety and expressive spontaneity” Gramophone Tue 24 April 7:30pm Tickets for each Music in Peebles concert are: £14, £7, free for MiP members and schoolchildren

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Music

The Fureys

Heidi Talbot & John McCusker

Auditorium

Auditorium

As they celebrate their 40th anniversary year, the legendary lrish musicians are back with another great night of music, songs and stories.

After ten years of marriage, touring the world playing in each other’s bands, writing songs together and recording on each other’s solo albums, this year Heidi and John are celebrating recording their first collaborative EP by touring as a duo for the first time.

Hear them sing their timeless classics including I Will Love You, When You Were Sweet 16, and The Green Fields of France plus songs from their new CD The Times They are a Changing.

“One of the UK’s most gifted and versatile musicians in any genre, John McCusker is When parents Ted and Nora Furey encouraged equally in demand as a multi-instrumentalist, their four sons to play music they couldn’t know producer and composer” The Guardian the result would be folk history. www.thefureys.com Tue 22 May 7.30pm £20, £10 child

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“A voice that’s both awestruck and tender” The New York Times

Thu 14 June 7.30pm £16

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Kirsty Law,Young Night Thought

Woody Pines

Auditorium

Auditorium

What makes you climb a tree without worrying about the fall? What songs do you sing when no one is listening? Rising star of the Scottish folk scene Kirsty Law uses Scottish folklore, song and film to explore the concept of the ‘inner child’.

Nashville-based roots music hotshots Woody Pines have wowed the crowds on both sides of the Atlantic. These Muddy Roots Records stars have won fans around the world with their “intoxicating blend of

Law’s sound is fresh, charged and exciting yet resonates with stories and images that have withstood the test of time. She performs with pedal harpist Esther Swift and drummer Owen Curtis Williams.

BBC Radio 2 presenter Bob Harris invited the band to appear on the stage he hosted at the big C2C event at the 02 arena in London. The trio was also one of the headline acts flown over to Scotland to take part in Glasgow’s Celtic Connections, included for their

“Beautiful and feisty... it's a joy to hear a young singer and writer in Scots with such earthy and conversational character to her singing and songs... a young musician doing things her own way” Karine Polwart www.kirstylaw.com Thu 5 April 7.30pm £14

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rural and urban stringband, country blues and jug band music.” Maverick magazine

“fiery moonshine spirit that sparkles with feelgood freshness”. “Go and see them, you won’t regret it”! American Roots UK

www.woodypines.com Wed 2 May 7.30pm £15

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Music

Kris Drever Auditorium Scottish songwriter Kris Drever celebrated a decade of critical and commercial success by winning both BBC Radio 2 Folk Singer of The Year 2017 and Best Original Track 2017 (for his song If Wishes Were Horses) at BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards. For this concert Kris will be performing a “best of” set featuring all the key songs from his first decade and some new material played live for the first time.

“Utterly stunning”

fRoots

“Immense yet ultra-supple sophistication, musicianship of the first order.. a breath of fresh air” Songlines www.krisdrever.com Thu 26 April 7.30pm £15

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…play…learn…create Engage is an invitation to involve yourself in arts, whatever your age, wherever you are… Engage is classes, workshops, courses, performances, outreach events in the community and a free open day in the theatre!

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Spring holiday fun… Bunny Beats

Paper cut animation

with Alex Saunders

with Tom Swift

Join Alex for an hour of spring themed activity in dance, craft and more. Age: 5 - 7 Wednesday 4 April 10 – 11am £5, bring a brother or sister for £3

Join Tom for a workshop in stop-motion animation. From paper to screen, cut, rip and tear to design you very own paper cut animation. Participants will be able to take their short film home via email link. Age: 7 – 12 Friday 13 April 10am – 12pm £8, bring a brother or sister for £6

Engage Open Day Bring the whole family to watch, join in and find out what class and workshops Engage has on offer this Spring.

Drop in on Saturday 8 April between 10am – 3pm, meet the Eastgate Engage team and enjoy a day of FREE taster workshops in drama, dance, music and much more.

Experimental Painting and Collage with Deborah Campbell Join Deborah for a fun weekend looking at experimental ways of working with acrylic paint, explore different methods of mark making and learning how to incorporate collage into your work to create exciting mixed media paintings. All welcome including complete beginners. Age: Adults Saturday 14 April, 10.30am – 4pm Sunday 15 April, 2 – 5pm £85 for two days (all materials included)


creative classes for

young people… Wee Movers with Alex Saunders This new class offers parents and carers a chance to dance with their wee movers. Using creative movements, props, rhythm and song to encourage movement development, balance and coordination skills. Age: Standing - 3 and their grown ups Wednesdays 18 April – 20 June 10 – 10.30am £35 for 10 weeks or £4 each class

Let’s Pretend with Jessica Johnson The Musicians of Bremen – a mini musical A poor old donkey is thrown out of his home when his owner believes him to be worthless. So he decides to make his way to Bremen to become a musician and along the way makes great friends with a merry band of unloved animals in the same sorry situation. Join Jess for 9 weeks of fun and frolics bringing this delightful comic fairy tale to life. Age: 3 - 5 Mondays 16 April – 18 June (no class 7 May) 10 - 10.45am £45 for 9 weeks or £5 each class The class will present a short performance for family and friends on the final day

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Rhythm Kids for Tots with Frances Taylor Shake, rattle, roll and sing in this lively class full of fun and musical games with percussion instruments. Age: 18months - 3 and their grown ups Thursdays 19 April – 7 June 10.15 – 11am £40 for 8 weeks

Mini Groovers with Alex Saunders If your little ones like to dance, this new fun class will teach them basic dance skills and creative movement. Age 3 - 5 Wednesdays 18 April – 20 June 10.45 – 11.30am £45 for 10 weeks or £5 each class


Fiona Henderson School of Dance Saturday morning classes in Ballet, Highland, Modern, Jazz and Tap. (These are just a few of the classes in a range of dance styles taught by FHSD in Peebles and elsewhere). Age: Primary 1 and 2 Saturdays 21 April – 9 June 9am – 1pm For details, prices and booking please contact Fiona Henderson T: 07894 881747 E: fiona@fionahendersondance.com

Dance Pointe Academy These fun, creative, energetic classes are designed to provide a supportive environment for students of all ages to explore the magic and beauty of dance. The Academy also offers opportunities for children who wish to perform, compete and take in-house and external examinations throughout the year. Fridays 20 April – 29 June 2pm – 6.15pm For details, prices and booking please contact Dance Pointe Academy Phone: 07749 404 107 Email: jill@dancepointestudio.co.uk Web: www.dancepointestudio.co.uk


Art Sparks

Funky Fusion

with Anna Nicholson and friends

You got the moves, the shapes or just a good old DAB? then this class is for you. Mark Cameron Dance presents a fun, cardio-based, funky street class. The first class will create a basic routine and each class afterwards will build in new elements. Age: 8 - 12 Tuesdays 17 April – 26 June (no class on 24 April) 5.15 – 6.15pm Age: 12 - 18 6.15 – 7.15pm £45 for 10 weeks or £5 each class www.markcarmerondance.com

Make amazing original artwork, have lots of fun and let your imagination fly. Age: 7 - 11 Tuesdays 17 April – 26 June 4 – 5pm £50 for 11 weeks or £5 each class


Stride Young Dance Company with Sara Boles A high energy, focused class incorporating contemporary dance technique, devising and choreography. Be part of Tweeddale’s newest young dance company, expand your technique and creative skills and enjoy exciting performance opportunities. Age: 12 + with dance experience Mondays 16 April – 25 June (no class on 7 May) Peebles High School Dance Studio 4 – 6pm £80 for 10 weeks

Scottish Theatre & Music School with Derek Douglas This class teaches performance, role play, script work and improvisation. Build your confidence and have lots of fun. Thursdays 19 April – 21 June 5 – 6.30pm For details and to book, please contact Derek Douglas t: 07949 973388 e:derek.douglas5@btinternet.com


creative classes for

adults... Digital Art Film Making with Tom Swift Get right into the heart of the action and learn how to shoot and edit your own thrill seeking, adventure films with Tom Swift Films. This exciting short course focuses on getting the most out of your camera so you don't miss a bump or a jump and then cutting your footage to music. We will be filming at the Glentress 7 event on Saturday 26 May so be prepared for some epic mountain biking, a bit of walking, and a whole lot of fun. Age: 14+ Friday 25 May 7 – 9pm Eastgate Café Saturday 26 May 9.30am – 5.30pm Glentress Monday 28 May 6 – 9pm Eastgate Theatre £89, under 25s £70

Drama Acting Up with Clare Prenton Ancient Greeks – Modern Stories Drama workshops for over 50s - part discussion, part practical theatre techniques, voice work and scene work - without an audience. Join theatre director Clare Prenton to explore two of the theatre’s oldest plays that are still performed today and inspire new productions regularly. Please read ahead and bring your copy of the plays to each session. Mondays 23 and 30 April 11am – 12.30pm Medea by Euripides and Ben Power (Faber and Faber) 14 and 21 May 11am – 12.30pm Lysistrata by Aristophanes (Dove Thrift Editions) £7.50 per session

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Health and Wellbeing

NEW

Yoga Zone

Dance for Pregnancy & Birth

with Kathleen Mansfield

with Rhiana Laws

This is a class to have fun while stretching your mind, body and spirit. Kath has practised yoga for more than forty years and, following a life threatening illness, developed her own style, a fusion of many traditions that leaves participants feeling light and refreshed. Thursdays 19 April – 3 May & 14 – 28 June 3 – 4.15pm £22.50 for 3 week block or £8 each class

Relaxation and gentle yoga for pregnancy and dance-inspired movements to feel energised and in-tune with your body and baby in preparation for birth and motherhood. Dance to music, breathe deep, meet other pregnant women, connect with your body and have fun. Rhiana is a qualified Birth Educator and experienced Dance Artist. If you have a yoga mat please bring it (spare mats will be available). For more information call Rhiana on 07882960510. Saturdays 21 April – 26 May 2 – 4pm £50 for 6 weeks or £9 each class

Pilates with Props

NEW

with Pam Sherrad Breathe, strengthen, stretch and relax with these mixed ability classes using balls and bands. Friday 13 April – 18 May 7 – 7.45pm £27 for 6 weeks, £5 each class Friday 25 May – 22 June 7 – 7.45pm £22.50 for 5 weeks or £5 each class


Dance

Starlight Egyptian Bellydance

Modern Ballet (All levels)

A beginner’s class to help with confidence, toning, building flexibility in your hips and strength in your core. All women, any size or age, are welcome. This particular performance art, following basic Egyptian moves, will strengthen you physically, mentally and spiritually. Tuesdays 17 April – 19 June 7.30 – 8.30pm £45 for 10 weeks or £5 each class

with Tigerlily

with Sara Boles A modern take on this classical art form. Mondays 16 April – 25 June 7 – 8.15pm £50 for 11 weeks or £5 each class

Tap (Experienced) with Sara Boles Get into the rhythm with this fast, fun (noisy) class. Tuesdays 17 April – 25 June 10 – 10.55am £50 for 11 weeks or £5 each class

Classical Ballet (Experienced) with Sara Boles Develop your balance, poise and posture. Tuesdays 17 April – 25 June 11 – 11.55am £50 for 11 weeks or £5 each class

Introduction to Jazz for Exercise

NEW

with Sara Boles Join Sara for this high energy jazz class where she will take you through the basics of jazz dance. Tuesdays 17 April – 25 June 12 – 1pm £49.50 for 11 weeks or £5 each class

Let’s Dance with Alex Saunders Burst out some moves in a range of different dance styles in this fun, energetic class. Thursdays 19 April – 21 June 7.15 – 8.30pm £55 for 10 weeks or £6 each class

Modern Ballet (beginner) with Sara Boles A modern take on this classical art form. Absolute beginners welcome. Fridays 20 April – 22 June 10 – 10.55am £45 for 10 weeks or £5 each class

Jazz for Exercise (All levels) with Sara Boles Practise those jazz hands and so much more. Fridays 20 April – 22 June 11am – 11.55am £45 for 10 weeks or £5 each class

Tap (Introductory) with Sara Boles Lace up your tap shoes and make some noise. Fridays 20 April – 22 June 12noon – 12.55pm £45 for 10 weeks or £5 each class


Ballroom The next two in a series of classes in different Ballroom styles all building to the social event of the summer a ‘strictly’ style fundraising evening - Take to the Floor - which will feature in the Creative Peebles Festival on Saturday 25 August (save the date).

Strictly Cha Cha Cha with Dance4Passion Rhythmical Latin dance style, full of energetic, fun moves. www.dance4passion.co.uk Wednesday 18 April – 23 May 7 – 8pm £45 for 6 weeks or £8 each class

Strictly Jive with Chalky White Highly energetic, bouncy Latin dance style. You will do lots of kicks, swings, and underarm turns. Wednesday 30 May – 27 June 7 – 8pm £37.50 for 5 weeks or £8 each class

Music Peebles Players with Claire Garnett Lively music sessions for adults with disabilities. Sing well-loved songs, choose from a selection of colourful percussion and make music together with friends. Mondays 16 April – 25 June More information from Claire: T: 01721 740 256 E: rcgarnett@btopenworld.com

Literature Writing Group A friendly and informal opportunity to bring, read and discuss new writing in poetry and prose. Fortnightly from Wednesday 18 April 7pm Free


Visual Art Project

NEW

Voice, Vote and Power In 1918, the Representation of the People Act gave the first British women the right to vote and stand for public office. One hundred years on, women and girls across the UK will mark this historic moment. On Sunday 10th of June, women and girls in Belfast, Cardiff, Edinburgh and London will walk together as part of a celebratory procession, a mass participation artwork. Wearing either green, white or violet, the colours of the suffrage movement, the processions will appear as a flowing river of colour through the city streets. One hundred women artists are being commissioned to work with organisations and communities across the UK to create one hundred centenary banners for the processions. The Borders community banner-making is being is being led by artist Deborah Campbell. Local women’s groups or individuals with an interest in fabrics and sewing are invited to a workshop to design and create the banner that will be paraded on 10 June. This project is open to any woman (or those identifying as women or non-binary) who would like to express their ideas, hopes and concerns for all women and girls in the 21st century. PROCESSIONS is a UK wide project produced by Artichoke and commissioned by 14 – 18 NOW, based on an idea by Darrell Vydelingum. Workshop: Saturday 31 March, 10am – 1pm Age: Open to all ages, anyone under age of 8 must be accompanied by an adult Free but booking is essential Materials are provided but if you have a sewing machine please bring it with you.


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THE LETTER J

SHAKESPEARE AT TRAQUAIR

presents

presents

Grandad and Me

Shakespeare Shorts

Auditorium

Auditorium

Grandad and Me is a living storybook about loss, longing and the treasures of memory and imagination. We meet a young girl who is missing her Grandad – he has gone, even though his favourite job was being her Grandad.

Shakespeare Shorts - for kids by kids. A preFringe 2018 show featuring knock-about versions of The Taming of the Shrew where Theatre Director Kate sees her cast revolting, and Much Ado About Nothing which looks a lot like an episode of The Great Brexit Bakeoff but the buns are burning, there are sinking souffles and soggy bottoms as the star-crossed lovers carry on baking.

Led by found objects and her imagination, she traces his footsteps on a magical adventure through time and space.

“Gorgeously detailed and nostalgically set, wonderful live music and beautifully simple projected animation.” ★★★★ The Herald

Age 5 + www.theletterj.org

www.shakespeare-at-traquair.co.uk Age: 5 + Fri 15 June 7.30pm £8, £25 for family of four

Sat 7 April 2.30pm £10, £25 for a family of four

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Family

FUNBOX presents

Rocking All Over the World Auditorium Get ready to strut your funky stuff and turn the volume up to 11 with Pop Princess Anya, Rock Star Kevin and Punk Rocker Gary (formerly of The Singing Kettle) as they embark on a global musical odyssey in their brand new show. Join the gang as they travel around the world in 80 minutes creating musical mayhem wherever they go while finding their elusive keys. You're all invited to join their band for singalong silliness - you might even get to help on stage! Packed with favourites like Homemade Band, Parlez-Vous and Buy Me A Banana, as well as brand new songs, Rocking All Over the World is the perfect excuse to let your hair down, sing, dance and be a music legend. Come as a rock star or a pop princess - big people too! www.funbox.co.uk Sat 31 March 1pm & 3.30pm £12.50, £10 for under 15s £40 family of four

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STARCATCHERS AND HAZEL DARWIN EDWARDS presents

The Attic Auditorium The Attic explores the relationship between a young girl, Lucy, and her Grandmother, as they rummage through suitcases and boxes, where all the memories are stored, up in the dusty attic. Come up the stairs, blow away the cobwebs and peep into the boxes. Who knows what might happen when the sleepy attic comes to life? The Attic is a magical place where hidden treasures come to life as the imagination of the two characters come together. Set to a live original piano score, with a chance to take tea and a chance to dance, The Attic invites little ones and their carers to watch and join in the story, bringing generations together.

“a celebration of the creative imagination... spell-binding fun for little ones” The Herald

“A great way to introduce children to the theatre” Audience Member

Age 2 - 5, pus parents and carers www.starcatchers.org.uk Mon 23 April 11.30am and 2.30pm £8, £5 for under 15s, £22 family of four

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Dance

FIONA HENDERSON SCHOOL OF DANCE

FIONA HENDERSON SCHOOL OF DANCE

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We Just Wanna Dance Little Stars Showcase Auditorium

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The pupils of the FHSD Junior school (aged 5 to 11) present their annual dance extravaganza. Always a highlight of the dance year in Peebles in this specially choreographed performance displays all the new steps these young students have learned in the last 12 months in a variety of theatrical dances in ballet, tap, modern, jazz and highland dance.

Join the pupils of the FHSD pre-school “Little Stars” for their very first annual show. The children, all aged 2 to 5, will be displaying all the new steps they have learned in the past year in ballet, tap, modern and highland.

Sat 26 and Sun 27 May 2.30pm £12

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www.fionahendersondance.com Sun 10 June 2pm £6, £3 for under 15s

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Bite Sized Entertainments Entertainment returns with this season’s four Bite Sized events designed to delight everyone who enjoys high quality live performance while relaxing with friends over a light lunch of soup and sandwiches. Anne Younger Studio

Liz Hanson – Discover Secret Peebles Photographer and author Liz Hanson takes you on a seated tour of Peebles highlighting some aspects of the town that are easily accessible but mostly overlooked. Discover the story behind the Tweeddale garage clock, Venlaw Court, the face in the walled garden and many more of the town’s secrets. Wed 4 April

Heather Yule – Traditonal Tales and Sparkling Harp Now that spring is finally here, banish memories of the cold and the dark by joining harpist and storyteller Heather Yule with her array of seasonal tales and sparkling harp music. Wed 11 April

Alison Bishop – Songs by Schumann Biggar based soprano Alison Bishop performs a programme of songs by Robert and Clara Schumann including selected songs from Robert Schumann’s song cycle Frauenliebe und Leben. Alison will be accompanied by pianist Stuart Hope. Wed 18 April

Sheila Sapkota of Riddell Fiddles Sheila Sapkota, founder, organiser & teacher of the internationally renowned Riddell Fiddles music school brings a great sense of fun and joy to her playing of traditional Scottish tunes. Wed 25 April 12.30 – 2pm £6 (includes lunch) The presentation of Bite Sized Entertainments is supported by Awards for All

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Music BIGGAR BIG BAND

From Rain Town to Waterfront

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The Eastgate Hop

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A celebration of two of Scotland’s greatest musical exports, Deacon Blue and Simple Minds. Established tribute band, Simple Minded performs a double bill packed with hits.

Take half an hour to learn some Lindy Hop dance moves, and be ready to dance your socks off to the huge sound of the Biggar Big Band playing a programme of swing classics from the 1930s to now, spiced with some reggae and latin.

Kicking things off is a set of classic Deacon Blue songs featuring Real Gone Kid, Wages Day, Dignity and many more from the iconic debut album Raintown onwards. The second part of the set is made up of Simple Minded’s renowned renditions of tracks created by arguably the biggest band to come out of the country. Expect Waterfrort, Don’t You, Alive and Kicking as well as some surprises from the back catalogue.

Sat 12 May Workshop: 7 - 7.30pm (free to ticket holders) Performance: 8pm £10

“The most authentic Simple Minds tribute band I have ever seen” Brian McGee (original Simple Minds drummer)

www.simplemindedtribute.com Sat 19 May 7.30pm £16

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Main Street Blues

Roy Orbison & Buddy Holly Show

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One of the top Scottish electric blues/rock bands touring today, Main Street plays uptempo electric blues with a broad range of R 'n B and funk influences and has also added acoustic blues and roots numbers to its set.

Roy Orbison and Buddy Holly both grew up in the same part of Texas. They both recorded their earlier work in the Norman Petty Studios in Clovis, New Mexico. Each artist brought a unique Texas influence to his music and each created a totally original, individual sound. Think of Only the Lonely and Crying, That’ll be the Day and Peggy Sue.

Main Street has built an excellent reputation for exciting and energetic live shows. The band has supported Wishbone Ash, Caravan, Paul Jones and the Blues Band, Hot Chocolate, and Stan Webb and has played sell out shows at the Edinburgh international Jazz and Blues Festival every year since 2012.

“So tight you couldn’t slide a Rizla between them. Great gig.” Ian Rankin www.mainstreetblues.co.uk Sat 2 June 7:30pm £12

Tonight Darren Paige is Roy Orbison and Marc Robinson is Buddy Holly, together bringing you a two hour show, featuring all of the hits and a few earlier tracks too! Will Rock ‘n Roll ever die? That’ll be the day! Thu 28 June 7.30pm £18

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Exhibitions Anne Younger Studio

Advanced Higher Art An exhibition of portfolio work by students taking the Advanced Higher Art course at Peebles High School showcasing the range and skill of these talented young artists. Fri 16 February - Fri 9 March

John Rogers Out and About An exhibition of paintings and original limited edition prints which includes wood engravings, etchings and stone lithographs. Mostly inspired by landscape and the natural world, John has also produced some cityscapes and architectural studies, notably in Venice. Tue 13 March - Mon 23 April

Tweed Love Photo Exhibition The annual celebration of the most powerful images of all things bike plus prizes for the best single image by an amateur and a professional photographer. See brochure page 35 Mon 4 June – Sat 7 July Coming soon

Sheena Christie

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Sheena’s work reflects the influences of the Impressionists and those of the Scottish Colourists. Fascinated by the effect of our changing weather, her passion lies in the extremes of light and colour in the landscape with the sky often dominating her work.

Mixed media and fibre artworks by a group of textile artists. The work, in two and three dimensions, has a particular focus on embroidery. www.grouptwelve.com

Mon 30 April – Mon 28 May

Sun 10 July – Mon 20 August EASTGATE PEEBLES EH45 8AD

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...Film and Exhibition Tweedlove Bike Festival 2018 Film Night Auditorium Tweedlove Film Night will be jam-packed with talks, slideshows, short films and interviews with biking stars, all wrapped up in a fun vibe. Prizes for the best short films entered into the competition will be awarded and the winning films will be shown before the main feature. On the same night the opening of the annual Tweedlove Photo Exhibition means even more prizes as amateur and professional photographers display the stills that capture the best of biking. www.tweedlove.com Thu 7 June 7.30pm Tickets £10, £7

Tweedlove Bike Festival 2018 Photo Exhibition Anne Younger Studio A celebration of the best images of biking taken by amateur and professional photographers locally and across the world. Prizes awarded on Thu 7 June. Thu 7 June - Sat 7 July Free The studio exhibition space is also used daily for classes and workshops – please telephone 01721 725777to check when you can access the exhibition.

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Film The Film Sunday programme can occasionally be affected by distribution problems – so please look online www.eastgatearts.com or in the printed film brochure for updates. Ticket prices for Sunday Cinema are £9 for adults, £6 for schoolchildren and £25 for a family of four. Check the film certificate before booking. Peter Rabbit (PG) Peter Rabbit (voiced by James Corden) takes the starring role in this irreverent animated comedy with attitude. Peter's feud with Mr. McGregor (Domhnall Gleeson) is escalating as they rival for the affections of the warm-hearted animal lover who lives next door (Rose Byrne). Sun 15 April, 2.30pm

Monster Family (PG) The Wishbone family is far from happy. At a costume party on Halloween night, they are cursed by an evil witch and transformed into a Vampire, a Mummy, a Werewolf, and Frankenstein's monster. Now mum Emma must fight to keep her Monster Family together and uncover the secret of their curse. Sun 1 April, 2.30pm Finding Your Feet (12A) When 'Lady' Sandra Abbott discovers that her husband of forty years is having an affair with her best friend she runs to the council flat of her estranged, sister Bif. One night, dragged to a community dance class Sandra begins to find her feet as she meets Bif’s friends, Charlie Jackie and Ted. Stars Imelda Staunton, John Sessions, Josie Lawrence, Celia Imrie, Timothy Spall, Joanna Lumley and David Hayman. Sun 1 April, 5pm The Mercy (12A) The incredible true story of amateur sailor Donald Crowhurst who risked everything in an attempt to circumnavigate the globe single-handed. The struggles he confronted on the journey while his family awaited his return is one of the most enduring mysteries of recent times. Stars Rachel Weisz, Colin Firth and David Thewlis. Sun 1 April, 7.30pm

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Lady Bird (15) Christine "Lady Bird" McPherson (Saoirse Ronan) longs for adventure, sophistication, and opportunity, but finds none of that in her Sacramento Catholic high school or the Sacramento home of her wildly loving, deeply opinionated and strong-willed mom (Laurie Metcalf), a nurse working tirelessly to keep her family afloat. Sun 15 April, 5pm

I, Tonya From the wrong side of the tracks in Portland, Oregon, figure skater Tonya Harding was never fully accepted yet went on to become national champion, a world championship medallist, an Olympian, and the first American woman to complete a Triple Axel in competition. On 6 January 1994 her rival the graceful, elegant, popular Nancy Kerrigan was attacked. Tonya found herself banned from figure skating for life. This film tells the story of her life leading up to the incident and its aftermath. Sun 15 April, 7.30pm

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A Wrinkle in Time Meg Murry, a typical middle school student struggling with issues of self-worth is also the intelligent and uniquely gifted daughter of two world-renowned physicists. When her father disappears, Meg, her younger brother Charles and friend Calvin search for him, helped by three celestial guides - Mrs. Which (Oprah Winfrey), Mrs. Whatsit (Reese Witherspoon) and Mrs. Who (Mindy Kaling) who take them travelling via a wrinkling of time and space to confront a powerful evil. Sun 29 April, 2.30pm Mary Magdalene A young woman leaves her small fishing village and traditional family behind to join a radical new social movement led byJesus of Nazareth, who promises that the world is changing. Mary's spiritual journey places her at the heart of a story that will lead to Jerusalem, where she must confront the reality of Jesus' destiny and her own place within it. Sun 29 April, 5pm Red Sparrow Dominika Egorova is exceptional – mentally, physically and emotionally. That is why she finds herself manipulated into becoming the newest recruit for Sparrow School, a secret intelligence service that trains exceptional young people to use their bodies and minds as weapons. She emerges the most dangerous Sparrow the program has ever produced and must now reconcile the person she was with the power she now commands. Sun 29 April, 7.30pm Isle of Dogs An animated adventure film written and directed by Wes Anderson. In a dystopian future Japan dogs have been quarantined on the remote Isle of Dogs due to a "canine flu”. When a boy named Atari Kobayashi ventures to the island to search for his dog, Spots he meets five local dogs, Chief, Rex, Boss, Duke, and King who are fed up with their isolated existence. They help but can they protect Atari from the Japanese authorities who have come to retrieve him. Sun 13 May, 2.30pm

Edie Edith Moore (Edie) is a bitter, gruff woman in her eighties. Her husband has died and her daughter is making plans to move her into a retirement home. Edie, feeling like she may die with all the regrets of her past intact decides to rectify one – she is going to climb that Scottish mountain. Stars Sheila Hancock. Sun 13 May, 5pm The Children Act As her marriage to Jack (Stanley Tucci) founders, eminent High Court judge Fiona Maye (Emma Thompson) has a life-changing decision to make at work - should she force a teenage boy, Adam (Fionn Whitehead), to have the blood transfusion that will save his life? Her unorthodox visit to his hospital bedside has a profound impact on them both. Sun 13 May, 7.30pm Sherlock Gnomes Garden gnomes, Gnomeo & Juliet, recruit renowned detective Sherlock Gnomes to investigate the mysterious disappearance of other garden ornaments. Sun 24 June, 2.30pm Guernsey A writer forms an unexpected bond with the members of The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society when she decides to write a book about their experiences on the island during World War II. Sun 24 June, 5pm The Leisure Seeker Helen Mirren and Donald Sutherland star as a runaway couple on an unforgettable journey in the faithful old RV they call The Leisure Seeker, traveling from Boston to The Ernest Hemingway Home in Key West. They recapture their passion for life and their love for each other on a road trip that provides revelation and surprise right up to the very end. Sun 24 June, 7.30pm

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You are cordially invited to

French Fancies with Fizz An afternoon tea with prosecco, entertainment and a silent auction Sunday 29 April 3 - 5pm Adam Room, The Tontine Hotel, High Street, Peebles EH45 8AJ

Tickets £15 available from The Eastgate Theatre 01721 725777 or www.eastgatearts.com A BUILDING ON SUCCESS fundraising event for the Eastgate Development Project, sponsored by The Tontine Hotel.

Friends Quiz Night Auditorium The annual mind boggling quiz returns. Pick your team and then relax with a drink (pub quiz style) and try to answer all sorts of questions on all sorts of subjects. Individuals welcome, come early and assemble into impromptu teams. There are great prizes and we promise lots of fun while you help raise funds for the Eastgate. Fri 20 April 7.30pm £6 each person (max 5 in a team)

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How to find us... By CAR From the north – follow the A703 south into Peebles, and turn right just after Holland & Sherry into the Edinburgh Road Car Park. From the south/west – from the A72 into Peebles, turn left at the Tweed Bridge roundabout and continue along the High Street for about half a mile. At the Esso Garage, turn left at the roundabout onto the A703 and then turn left into the Edinburgh Road Car Park. From the south/east – from the A72 into Peebles, turn right onto the A703 at the Esso garage, then turn left into the Edinburgh Road Car Park. By BUS – local services available to/from Edinburgh via Penicuik, and to/from Galashiels via Innerleithen and Walkerburn. The nearest bus stop is opposite the front of the theatre. Parking The nearest car park is the Edinburgh Road Car Park where it’s free to park every day except Saturday between 8.30am and 5.30pm. From the car park, take the pedestrian footpath into town and we are immediately on your right.

useful information... Tickets You can buy tickets in person at Box Office, over the phone on 01721 725777 or online at www.eastgatearts.com We accept cash, cheques, debit cards and credit cards (except AmEx). Tickets can be kept at the box office for collection, or posted out for a £1.50 charge. Use the seating plan below to select the seats you’d like. Please note row A is reserved for wheelchair users and cannot be booked online. Reservations We will only reserve tickets for groups of 10 or more. Any group reservations not paid for within an agreed timescale will be released for general sale.

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Refunds Refunds are only given if a show has to be cancelled. Tickets may be exchanged or transferred at the discretion of the Box Office Manager. For shows which sell out we will try to resell your tickets, but this cannot be guaranteed. Data protection All customer details are confidential and we never share or sell them with anyone else. Please help us to keep your details up to date. Special effects We will inform you as soon as we find out a show has special effects. Often we are not told in advance so please look out for signs in the foyer. Latecomers If you are delayed and miss a show start time we will do our best to admit you as soon as we can to a seat at the back of the auditorium (to minimise disturbance). You may have to wait until a suitable break in the performance and, occasionally, until the interval. Accessibility The Eastgate has level access, adapted toilet facilities and a passenger lift. Wheelchair spaces are available on the front row of the auditorium (please book in advance through Box Office). Babies/young children Are welcome - we have baby changing facilities, high chairs and kids lunch boxes in the café. In the theatre under 2 year olds are classified as babes in arms and can sit on adult’s knees but must still have a ticket (it will be issued free by box office). Adults may be asked to remove noisy children from the theatre. Assist dogs Are welcome, the front row offers the best space for dogs to lie down beside their owners, just ask at box office. Alterations to programme We do our best to make sure that all the information in this brochure is correct at the time we go to press. However, sometimes circumstances beyond our control mean that prices or line-ups might change; and we reserve the right to be human and make the odd mistake. Follow us on Twitter@EastgateTheatre and Facebook/Eastgate Theatre

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EASTGATE THEATRE & ARTS CENTRE

What’s on... BOX OFFICE 01721 725 777 www.eastgatearts.com MARCH Sat 31

Rocking All Over the World

1pm & 3.30pm

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Film: Monster Family Film: Finding Your feet Film: The Mercy Bite Sized Entertainments Liz Hanson Opera on Screen: RO Macbeth Music: Kirsty Law, Young Night Thought Family: Grandad and Me Bite Sized Entertainments Heather Yule Drama on Screen: NT Julius Caesar Film: Peter Rabbit Film: Lady Bird Film: I, Tonya Bite Sized Entertainments: Alison Bishop Quiz: Friends Quiz Night Comedy: Double Feature Family: the Attic Music: MiP Clare Hammond Bite Sized Entertainments Sheila Sapkota Music: Kris Drever Afternoon Tea: French Fancies with Fizz Film: A Wrinkle in Time Film: Mary Magdalene Film: Red Sparrow

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Music: Woody Pines Ballet on Screen: RB Manon Drama: The Monster and Mary Shelley Music: Kate in the Kettle Music: The Eastgate Hop Film: Isle of Dogs Film: Edie Film: The Children Act Ballet on Screen: Matthew Bourne’s Cinderella Music: From Raintown to Waterfront Music: The Fureys Drama on Screen: NT Macbeth Dance FHSD: We Just Wanna Dance

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Music: Main Street Blues Music: Budapest Café Orchestra Film: Tweedlove Bike Festival Film Night Comedy: Fred Macaulay 30 Years On Dance: FHSD: Little Stars Showcase Ballet on Sceren: RB Swan Lake Music: Heidi Talbot & John McCusker Drama: Shakespeare Shorts Film: Sherlock Gnomes Film: The Guernsey Film: The Leisure Seeker Music: Roy Orbison & Buddy Holly Show

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Eastgate spring 2018  

Brochure bursting with live events and films April - June 2018.

Eastgate spring 2018  

Brochure bursting with live events and films April - June 2018.

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