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WELCOME The festive period may be over and all the mince pies gone but there is plenty to look forward to, and we don’t just mean the lighter nights and the buds beginning to appear on the trees. Here at The Brewhouse we have a Spring programme that is sure to pack a punch, and sweep away those post-Christmas blues. Returning for its third year and bigger and better than ever is the Burton Children’s Easter Festival; with a grand finale on Saturday 31 March 2018 at the Burton Market Hall and Place including circus acts and workshops plus a giant cinema screening of family favourites and lots more! We have the ever popular and talented LTC Youth performing South Pacific and if you are still in the festive mood Mellow Dramatics bring Miracle on 34th Street to Burton in January and B.A.S.E pantomime this year is Cinderella. We have comedy from Jeremy Hardy and Simon Evans as well as dramedy from emerging theatre company Flick Book theatre presenting Casket Case; supported by Derby Theatre these are definitely ones to watch (literally!). This year we are taking part in National Shakespeare Week; bringing the Bard to Burton with special film screenings, workshops and more. As always we have our packed workshop programme and lots of activities during the School Holidays; including T-Shirt printing and Monster making. There’s something for everyone to enjoy at the Brewhouse! We look forward to welcoming you!

Chloe Brown

BREWHOUSE ARTS MANAGER

VENUE HIRE The Brewhouse has a range of flexible spaces available for hire from our auditorium, studios and cafe bar. Whatever you are planning; a meeting, a party or a performance, we have a competitive hire package to suit your needs. Contact us on: brewhousearts@eaststaffsbc.gov.uk to find out more.

CAFE BAR

VOLUNTEER WITH US

Our Cafe Bar serves a range of delicious homemade cakes and fresh ground coffee; perfect for an informal meeting, working lunch or a coffee with friends.

Are you passionate about supporting arts and culture in Burton, do you have 1 or 2 hours a week to volunteer with us? Then we want to hear from you.

Our Bar is open 1 hour before all of our live events, serving real Ale in partnership with Marston’s. Look out for special offers and new deals coming soon at The Brewhouse Bar via our website.

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We are looking for Volunteers to help us spread the word about the Brewhouse in their village or community, to help out at promotional events, or to help steward during our live events. Contact us on: brewhousearts@eaststaffsbc.gov.uk to find out more.

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THEATRE. MUSIC. DANCE. COMEDY. FILM Tuesday 16 – Saturday 20 January 7.30pm plus 2.30pm Saturday Matinee

The Mellow Dramatics Miracle on 34th Street The Musical £12 (£10 Tuesday Evening & Saturday Matinee) Buy 4 tickets get a 5th free (Tuesday – Thursday Evenings & Saturday Matinee Only) Auditorium Kris Kringle takes on non-believers (bah humbug) in an all singing, all dancing, festive extravaganza, a white bearded man claiming to be Santa Claus really does bring a genuine miracle to 34th Street.The musical features timeless classics including ‘It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas’. This show will be perfect to beat those January blues, it is one to be enjoyed by all the family! ...Can Santa Claus make believers of you all!

Wednesday 24 January 7.30pm

Once Upon a Wednesday

The Pongo’s Dream by Sef Townsend £6 Advance (£8 On the Door) • Cafe Bar One Wednesday each month The Brewhouse brings you the best Storytellers in the world to entrance you with their magnificent traditional tales from around the world. Come early to indulge in delicious homemade cakes and coffee. There’ll also be floor spots for new storytellers who want to get up and have a go. From his recent research in Chile and Argentina Sef brings tales from that ‘other’, often overlooked, America. From the deserts, and mountains; from vast plains, and from islands at the end of the earth, these are the stories of the people who disappeared from the land, the secret stories of those who survived, and of those now inhabiting all corners of this remarkable world.

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Wednesday 31 January 7.30pm

In Good Company - Playshuffle Free • Cafe Bar PlayShuffle is an open mic night for new writing, designed to lift plays off the page so they can stand on their own two feet. We provide the Dutch courage so actors can stretch their sight-reading muscles; producers and directors test their ability to sniff out potential and playwrights hear their work for the first time. Want to take part? E-mail d.nicholas@derby.ac.uk explaining if you’re a writer or an actor. The Brewhouse are an In Good Company partner venue, for more information visit: www.derbytheatre.co.uk/artist-development/good-company

Thursday 1 February 7pm

Catch Up Film Club: Baby Driver (15) £6 • Cinema Banging beats and classically cool car chases! Baby Driver is Edgar Wright’s (director of Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz) wild and comedic angle on the American crime film. After being forced in to working for a corrupt criminal boss, a young getaway driver finds himself trapped. Baby Driver was one of the most entertaining and well received films of last year, so don’t miss your chance to see it on the big screen! After the film join us in the cafe/bar for a drink and songs from the film.

Friday 2 & Saturday 3 February 8pm

Aynsley Lister £10 Adv (£12 On The Door) • Cafe Bar Aynsley returns to the Brewhouse for two back to back evenings following his sell-out performance in 2017. Although better known for his electrifying band performances, this is a chance to see him up close and personal in a stripped down, intimate set-up. Expect an eclectic range of material from blues to folk and everything in-between .

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Friday 9 February 7pm

Floyd in the Flesh £12 Adv (£14 On The Door) • Auditorium Floyd in the Flesh are an 8 piece tribute to one of Britain’s greatest bands “Pink Floyd”. The band passionately perform songs from albums such as Dark Side of The Moon, Wish You Were Here, Animals, The Wall, plus many more. The Show is accompanied by a full lighting and laser show. Don’t miss out!

Saturday 10 February 1pm

Wednesday 14 February 7.30pm

Louise White:

Once Upon A Wednesday:

The Dead Sea £6 (£20 family of 4) • Auditorium

LOVE by Christine Genders

Louise wanted to be the greatest ocean explorer and liked nothing more than to play with her toy turtle and inflatable killer whale! She would love to journey to the deep ocean, if only she wasn’t so afraid of the water! Join Louise as she ventures below the waves and explores the oceans depths. With a mix of light humour and adventure; Louise faces plenty of twists and turns as she pursues her dreams.

£6 Adv (£8 On The Door) • Cafe Bar

The Dead Sea is a family friendly immersive performance that makes you feel like you are really journeying under the sea.

Christine Genders has told stories all her life. “The Power of Love” is a cornucopia of stories exploring the most human of all emotions, LOVE.

One Wednesday each month The Brewhouse brings you the best Storytellers in the world to entrance you with their magnificent traditional tales from around the world. Come early to indulge in delicious homemade cakes and coffee. There’ll also be floor spots for new storytellers who want to get up and have a go.

This is a must for all who are enchanted by great and ancient tales. Christine will mesmerise us with her crystal clear voice and passion for storytelling.

Cafe Bar from Join us before the show in the can create 11.30am for a FREE activity. You take with you on your very own sea creature to waves! your adventure beneath the partnership with Suitable for Ages: 5+. Made in . Trust life Wild re the Lincolnshi

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Tuesday 20 – Saturday 24 February 7.30pm (6.30pm Wednesday) Plus 2.30pm Thursday & Saturday Matinee

Burton Amateur Stage Entertainers:

Cinderella £12 (£11 Concessions) £40 Family Ticket (2 adults, 2 children) Available Tuesday – Thursday Only • Auditorium In the village of Much Idling the Baron returns with a surprise for Cinderella... two new step sisters and a new step mother. Will the wicked Baroness manage to keep Cinderella from going to the Ball? Will Buttons convince Cinderella of his love for her? Will the Prince and Dandini save the day? Can the Ugly Sisters get any uglier? Thursday 1 March 7.30pm

California Dreamers:

The Sounds of Laurel Canyon £20 (£18 Concessions) • Auditorium Release your inner hippie with an unforgettable night of live music. Songs from the iconic superstars who made Laurel Canyon their home. Hits like California Dreaming and Mr Tambourine Man and classic songs from Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, The Eagles, The Monkees, Carole King and James Taylor.

PLEASE Simon Evans: Genius CLAP Friday 2 March 8pm

JEB BUSH

£14 • Auditorium

Ever since he was a small boy, all Evans really wanted was to be recognised by the world as a man of genius. He has, until now, remained thwarted. The world seems increasingly indifferent to true genius of any kind, let alone Evans’. Endlessly distracted by the trivial, we allow the classical tools of grammar, logic and rhetoric to lie unregarded in the shed of consciousness, rusting to a picturesque hue that would actually look really great on Instagram. But which filter? Hmmm… Simon is a regular on BBC Radio 4, where his own hugely successful, acclaimed radio show Simon Evans Goes To Market returns for a fourth series in Spring 2018. Ages 14+ (Parental Guidance) Likely to be swearing and adult content

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TIME OUT

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Saturday 3 March 7.30pm

The Tony Farrell Big Band: Sinatra meets Ella £12 (£10 Concessions) • Auditorium “Sinatra meets Ella” is a live concert tribute to Ella Fitzgerald and Frank Sinatra, the greatest masters of the American songbook. Backed by the swinging sounds of a full big band, the iconic voices of these stars of the swing era will be brought back to life once again.

Sunday 4 March 9.30am

Wednesday 14 March 7.30pm

15th Annual Burton upon Trent Competitive Vocal Festival

SNAKESkin

£5 • Auditorium Entry forms and all details on our website at www.burtonvocalfestival.com

Wednesday 7 March 8pm

Flickbook Theatre:

Casket Case £5 • Auditorium

Lightning. Heights. Raw Meat. Bears. Knives. Spiders ...and death, obviously. Casket Case is a show about our fear of death, dying and being dead. It’s about Jozey, who doesn’t really do anything that could possibly, even slightly, increase her risk of dying. Not even putting salt on her chips. Madness. Her anxieties are spiralling out of control and her friends are faced with just two options - kill, or cure.

Once Upon A Wednesday:

by Peter & Gorg Chand £6 Adv (£8 On The Door) • Cafe Bar One Wednesday each month The Brewhouse brings you the best Storytellers in the world to entrance you with their magnificent traditional tales from around the world. Come early to indulge in delicious homemade cakes and coffee. There’ll also be floor spots for new storytellers who want to get up and have a go. Storytellers Peter and Gorg Chand, who both have a deep connection and love for the stories from their motherland bring the myth of the serpent god who gave mankind voice to the Brewhouse. SNAKESkin is a unique and vibrant piece of storytelling, bought to life by two highly skilled and engaging storytellers.

Casket Case is part story, part cabaret, part totally morbid curiosity. After all, none of us are getting out of here alive… Supported by public funding from Arts Council England & commissioned by Lincoln Performing Arts Centre.

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Shakespeare Week 12 to 18 March T he Brewhouse is celebrating the Bard and bringing some Shakespeare inspired performances and activities to Burton! Shakespeare Week is an annual national celebration of Shakespeare for primary aged children organised by the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, giving children a great first encounter with Shakespeare – his characters, stories and language. Thursday 15 March 10am screening 1pm workshop

bCreative Education Programme: Bill (PG) screening & Lyric-writing workshop Join us this Shakespeare week for a special screening of Bill (PG) - perfect for schools! Bill follows hopeless lute player ‘Bill’ Shakespeare as he leaves home to follow his dream to become the historic figure we know today. Made by the same team behind horrible histories Bill is as educational as it is entertaining. Following the screening there will be a Shakespeare inspired workshop, giving Shakespearean sensibilities a contemporary make over. Groups can be booked on to just the screening Or join us for the whole day. Creating memorable learning experiences inspired by Shakespeare. Suitable for Ages 7+ For School/Group Booking’s Please Contact: holly.turpin@eaststaffs.bc.gov.uk Thursday 15 March 7pm

Catch Up Film Club: Macbeth (15) £6 • Cinema We are screening the modern adaptation of Macbeth starring Michael Fassbender (and Burton’s very own Paddy Constantine!) for older audiences. The original Game of Thrones; Macbeth, receives a prophecy from a trio of witches that one day he will become King of Scotland. Consumed by ambition and spurred to action by his wife, Macbeth proceeds to take the throne for himself. This stylish contemporary adaptation with atmospheric backdrops and visceral action makes Shakespeare relevant again. Opening to rave reviews, we hope to show you this Shakespeare week that it is worth revisiting the classics.

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Friday 16 March 7pm

Dovelands Entertainment

The Moonlight Club FREE • Cafe Bare Live! Original! Music! A new monthly night showcasing original music from some of the most exciting musicians around on the Blues and Folk scene. Look out for details of acts to be announced on the Brewhouse website. Tuesday 27 & Wednesday 28 March

Burton Co-operative Learning Trust:

Festival of Co-operation and Diversity Friday 23 & Saturday 24 March 7.30pm plus 2.30pm Saturday Matinee

Cabaret Theatre School:

Shine Like The Sun £12

Join our talented students for a fabulous journey into the world of Musical Theatre. Watch the nicest kids in town as they tap their troubles away, put on a happy face and of course shine like the sun!

Auditorium We are excited to be hosting the Burton Co-operative Learning Trust Festival of Co-operation and Diversity. The Brewhouse and Derby’s Cultural Campus will be working with local Primary Schools including; The Mosley Academy, William Shrewsbury, Outwoods, John of Rolleston and Richard Wakefield C of E Primary Schools. The festival will showcase a variety of vibrant performances and creative work presented by children across the schools from Early Years to Year 6 celebrating their talents and achievements with the wider community.

Tuesday 20 & Wednesday 21 March 7pm

bCreative Education Programme:

Youth Platform

£8 (£5 Concessions) • Auditorium The annual celebration of the work the Brewhouse bCreative team produces with young people throughout the Borough. Always a sell out and always a feel good exuberant evening for everybody.

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Tuesday 3 to Saturday 7 April 7.30pm plus 2.30pm Thursday & Saturday Matinee

LTC Youth:

SOUTH PACIFIC by Rodgers & Hammerstein

£12 (£10 Concessions & Matinee) • Auditorium For their 2018 Easter show, LTC Youth are delighted to be presenting one of the finest musicals ever written, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “South Pacific”. Winner of the Tony Award for Best Musical and the Pulitzer Prize, “South Pacific” weaves together tales of romance, duty, and valour to bring you a funny, heartbreaking, and thought-provoking Broadway musical. Friday 13 April 7pm

Dovelands Entertainment

The Moonlight Club FREE • Cafe Bar Live! Original! Music! A new monthly night showcasing original music from some of the most exciting musicians around on the Blues and Folk scene. Look out for details of acts to be announced on the Brewhouse website.

Saturday 21 April 2pm and 7pm

The All-England Theatre Festival:

The Quarter Finals of the Central Division of the Central Area £8 a session or £14 for both sessions • Auditorium The only competitive on-going One Act Play Festival in the Country. See 6 winning plays from Stoke, Staffordshire and Shropshire, 3 plays in the afternoon session and 3 plays in the evening session. Plus adjudication and awards by Nick Wilkes GoDA. (last year’s winner went on to represent England and win the British Final)

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Wednesday 25 April 8pm

Jeremy Hardy Live £14 (£5 concessions) • Auditorium

Jeremy Hardy is now in his 4th decade as a stand-up comedian. That’s a more dramatic way of saying he started 34 years ago and, without a lottery win, probably has at least another 34 years to go. He is well known for regular Radio 4 appearances on The News Quiz and I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue and his television credits include Jack Dee’s Election Helpdesk (BBC2), QI (BBC1), Mock The Week (BBC2), Grumpy Old Men (BBC1), Back In The Day (BBC2), Not Tonight With John Sergeant (BBC2). Suitable for Ages 14+

IN AN IDEAL WORLD, JEREMY HARDY WOULD BE EXTREMELY FAMOUS, BUT AN IDEAL WORLD WOULD LEAVE HIM WITHOUT MOST OF HIS BEST MATERIAL. THE GUARDIAN Thursday 26 April 7.30pm

Chris Ronald £8 Adv (£10 on the door) Auditorium With his “luxuriant voice and immaculate songcraft”, Chris Ronald has emerged as one of Canada’s top contemporary folk singer-songwriters. Born and raised in England (Derby/ Burton), his music has been described as Canadian folk with British roots. Don’t miss this captivating and highly skilled singer, storyteller and musician

Friday 27 April 7.30pm

Simply Fusion £10 • Cafe Bar “Fusion”, a local close harmony vocal group, have been performing together for a number of years now entertaining their audiences with songs ranging from musical theatre, to swing, classic pop to film. Please join them in a relaxed, family friendly evening while partaking in a glass of wine or two! Guaranteed to have something for everyone.

Saturday 28 April 7.30pm

Burton Musical Theatre Company

“A Night In With The Kids” £8 • Cafe Bar Friends and family please join Burton Musical Theatre Company in the Brewhouse Bar for a relaxed evening of entertainment performed by local talent. The night will consist of a variety of songs and genres produced by youngsters in the local area that have a love of music and theatre. An evening not to be missed!

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GALLERY

10 April – 19 May

Lyrically Speaking Cafe Bar

13 January – 24 February

Freedom of the Soul Cafe Bar HMP Dovegate will be exhibiting a collection of the Prisoners finest art, ceramics and spoken word. This is an extremely personal and expressive selection of thought provoking pieces based on the title ‘Freedom of the Soul’. Opening Night: Friday 12 January

Students from the DeFerrers Academy, in Burton, have been working to the title of ‘Lyrically Speaking’, using music as a source of inspiration for their photography. Work has been influenced by different styles of photography, including black and white analogue and mixed media. Using song lyrics from Alternative Rock to Old School Pop and Reggae to Rhythm and Blues the students have used visual imagery to portray the message, mood and personal response. Opening Night: Monday 9 April

COMING SOON IN THE GALLERY ... 8 September – 27 October

Ruth Singer: Criminal Quilts Cafe Bar Art exploring Victorian women criminals. Award winning textile artist Ruth is working with Staffordshire Record Office and Wolverhampton University on an art project throughout 2018. The project is inspired by photographs and documents in the archives. There will be a series of workshops and talks as part o the exhibition which includes archive materials, Ruth’s own textile work as well as work by local community groups. Look out for more details coming soon on the Brewhouse website.

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For more information on the project visit www.ruthsinger.com/criminal quilts Funded by Arts Council England and Staffordshire County Council with support from The Brewhouse Arts Centre.

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SHORT COURSES AND WORKSHOPS For those looking to learn new skills, try something for the first time or find a fun and alternative night out with friends.

Thursday 8 February 7pm-9pm

Make and Print your own Tote Bag £15 (including materials) If you want to learn to design, print and sew a tote bag is the perfect place to start. Through a friendly and welcoming approach you can experiment with various print-making techniques to create your own unique handmade bag to make shopping just a little bit nicer! Thursday 15 February 6pm-7.30pm

Beatbox Choir

GES ALL A OME! WELC

£4 Are you interested in trying something new, broadening your skills in a supportive environment and surprising yourself and others? We will provide a fun & collaborative experience and expert tuition, Beatboxing is a skill anybody at any age can learn – all ages, friends and families welcome.

Thursday 22 March 12noon-2pm & 5pm-7pm

Digital Art Surgery: Drop in sessions £3 Want to take better photos and films with your digital devices? Is online sharing of your photos and news a bit of mystery? Come along to our drop in surgery and let us help you edit, photshop and share more confidently . We’ll have a makeshift studio set up in the cafebar and experts on hand to help you demystify your phones, tablet and laptop. During the session we’ll also be leading a Brewhouse Social Media Takeover, guiding you through uploading images to our social media feeds and showing off your amazing photos to our audiences!

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HOLIDAY ACTIVITIES FOR CHILDREN

Monday 19 February 10am – 3pm

T-Shirt Creation £18 or £30 for 2 (includes t-shirt and materials) Ages 7+ Ever wanted to design your own T-shirt? Join us for a day of t-shirt customisation, creativity and fun which also includes a screening of a great movie in the afternoon. Take away your unique t-shirt at the end of the day. Tuesday 20 February 10am – 3pm

Puppet Play £15 • Ages 7+ Design and create an amazing shadow puppet film. We will be constructing the storyboard, making shadow puppetsand filming the play. The finished film will be uploaded toour You Tube channel. Plus don’t forget to take home all the puppets you will have created! Wednesday 21 February 1.30pm workshop 3pm film

Family Funday:

Make a Monster & Screening of Hunt For The Wilderpeople (12A) £5 per person or £15 family ticket (2 adults, 2 children) For the Whole Family (Children Aged 7+) Join us for a fun filled ‘Make a Monster’ workshop suitable for all the family followed by a screening of the truly wonderful “Hunt For The Wilderpeople” which follows a rebellious kid and his foster uncle on a life changing adventure through the New Zealand Bush. Directed by the new Thor director Taika Waititi, expect lots of laughs, life lessons and a possible run in with a Wildebeest!

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WE’VE ALSO GOT HOLIDAY FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY Holiday Activities for Children As part of the Burton Children’s Easter Festival see page 10 & 11 for details


REGULAR WORKSHOPS TERM DATES: Monday 8 January – Friday 30 March No family, children, teenage sessions over half term; w/c 19 February Families (pre-schoolers & their Grown-Ups) Children & Young People (Ages 6 – 16)

Adults (Ages 16+)

BREWHOUSE

WORKSHOP OPEN DAY Saturday 8 January 10am – 12noon • FREE • Something for everyone!

The Brewhouse programmes a wide range of workshops and classes suitable for all ages and interests, our Open Day give’s the opportunity of coming along and finding out more about the activities we run, meeting tutors and trying out a short session for Free. Young people- Ever thought about trying dance, beatbox, filming, making music or creating art? OR are you looking for something to do with your pre-schooler? Our activities are fun, informal and support children in all areas of their development. Come and join us for a morning of free activities and see what you’ve been missing!!

MONDAY Every Monday 10.30am – 11.30am

Every Monday 5pm – 6pm

Balanced

bDance kids

£3 • Adult

£4 per session • Ages 6+

Try our new session, a fun gentle dance session to improve the condition of your heart and lungs as well as building strength, balance, co-ordination and confidence.

A fun and funky introduction to dance, aimed at developing coordination and confidence. Young dancers are encouraged to be creative and expressive through different dance styles. Classes are taught in a relaxed, fun environment, come and join in the fun!

Designed for those new to exercise who may need some additional support.

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MONDAY Every Monday 5.30pm – 7pm

The Space £4 per session (plus moderation fee for those pursuing an Arts Award) Ages 7+ Each Monday we set aside the music, art, and cinema space for young people to develop new skills and produce amazing things! Tutors are on hand to lead a variety of skills incorporating Movie Making, Art, DJ, Digital Media, Music and recording techniques, choose one or have a go at lots. For those interested in gaining a qualification whilst they learn we support participants to achieve an Arts Award which is available for all ages and at all levels.

TUESDAY Every Tuesday 10.30am – 12noon

Carers + Cafe FREE • Adult A cafe for carers and the cared for, drop in for tea and chat, everyone welcome. Organised by Burton’s Rotary Club

WEDNESDAY Every Wednesday 10.30am – 12noon

ReBalance £3 • Adult ReBalance is aimed at older people with mobility issues. The sessions are mainly seated and provide a safe, social and fun environment to build strength, balance, co-ordination and confidence through dance based movement. One hour session plus tea, biscuits and chat!

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WEDNESDAY Every Wednesday Art Cafe 2.30pm – 4.30pm iDance 5.30pm – 6.30pm

Art Cafe & iDance £5 both sessions (£3 for Art Cafe or iDance only) Ages 16+ years. Carers welcome. Aimed at adults with additional needs and their carers, Art Cafe and iDance welcome you to come along and develop new skills and make new friends in a relaxed, social and fun environment. Come along to a session to find out what it’s all about, all welcomed!

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Every Wednesday 5.15pm – 6.45pm

bDance: Burton Youth Dance £60 payable in 2 equal instalments or £6 per session • Ages 11+ BYD (BurtonYouth Dance) is for anybody aged 11-17 who loves to dance. Join BYD to get involved in guest workshops, performances, trips and many of other dance opportunities. Free trial’s throughout the term. Please contact catherine.clissett@eaststaffsbc.gov.uk for further information and details on our Uttoxeter based youth dance companies.

THURSDAY Every Thursday 9.30am – 10.30am

Upbeat £4 + £1 for each additional sibling (Accompanying Adult FREE) Ages 6 months + A session especially for pre-schoolers. Fantastic music and movement sessions for children from 6 months upwards and their grownups to enjoy together. Classes are fun, informal, support children in all areas of their development and are led by experienced practitioners, so come along sing, dance and let yourself go!

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THURSDAY Every Thursday 10.45am – 11.30am

Baby Upbeat £4 Parent and Baby • Ages 0 to 6 months The benefits of music and movement for child development are well known and it is never too early to start. Simple movement activities support babies to develop co-ordination, balance, and body control. This class is suitable for babies from new born to crawling and is relaxed, informal and fun for babies and carers.

Every Thursday 5pm - 6pm Ages 6-10 • 6pm – 7.30pm Ages 11+

Trinity Warriors Academy £5 per session (or £8 for both Thursday & Saturday sessions) Trinity Warriors have worked on Blue Peter, Got to Dance, Ashley Banjo’s Secret Street Crew and have featured in numerous music videos. Being part of The Trinity Academy gives you access to exclusive workshops (previously led by Flawless, Diversity, Antics etc.) the opportunity to compete nationally under the ‘Trinity’ umbrella. For further information please see www.twdanceacademy.co.uk

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FRIDAY Every Friday 1.30pm

Friendly Fridays £3 (includes interval refreshment) Adults (those with additional needs) Friendly Fridays is aimed at those living well with dementia and their carers but is equally suitable for anybody who would like a get together in our cosy cinema to enjoy musical fun and entertainment in a relaxed and informal setting.

SATURDAY Every Saturday 11am-12pm Ages 6-10 12pm-1pm Ages 11+

Trinity Warriors Academy £5 per session (or £8 for both Thursday & Saturday sessions) Trinity Warriors have been an established dance crew since 2001 and have gone on to achieve great things; they have worked on Blue Peter, Got to Dance, Ashley Banjo’s Secret Street Crew and have featured in numerous music videos. Being part of The Trinity Academy means that participants can access exclusive workshops (previously led by Flawless, Diversity, Antics etc.) and have the opportunity to compete nationally under the ‘Trinity’ umbrella. For further information please see www.twdanceacademy.co.uk

OFFER AY SESSIONS BOTH THURSDAY & SATURD Regular Workshops

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AUDITORIUM SEATING PLAN

Choose the best seats in the house!

Row AA are spaces for wheelchair users and escorts only. Anyone purchasing tickets on Row A may find patrons sitting in front of them for performances. Resales: Tickets are not transferable and their resale for profit or commercial gain or use in promotions and packages without our express permission and will render then void. Data Protection: All tickets are sold subject to the Data Protection Act 1998.

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BOOKING INFORMATION

BOOKING Book Online: www.brewhouse.co.uk Telephone:

01283 508 100

In Person:

Union Street, Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, DE14 1AA

The Brewhouse Box Office is open Monday - Saturday, 9am - 8pm

PARKING Parking is available in the adjacent Sainsbury’s car park at the cost of £1 for 2 hours or free after 3pm

HOW TO FIND US By Road:

The M1, M6 and M42 motorways are easily accessible via the A38 and A50.

Local Buses: Burton, Uttoxeter and the district’s main villages are served by serveral bus companies who provide a range of services. By Rail:

Burton has one railway station, which is located 10 minutes walk from the arts centre. It offers frequent direct services to Birmingham, Nottingham and Derby.

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Diary Of Events JANUARY Tuesday 16 – Saturday 20 The Mellow Dramatics: Miracle on 34th Street The Musical Wednesday 24 Once Upon A Wednesday Pongo’s Dream by Sef Townsend Wednesday 31 In Good Company: Playshuffle FEBRUARY Thursday 1 Catch Up Film Club: Baby Driver (15) Friday 2 & Saturday 3 Aynsley Lister Friday 9 Floyd in the Flesh Saturday 10 Louise White: The Dead Sea Wednesday 14 Once Upon A Wednesday: Christine Genders: LOVE Tuesday 20 – Saturday 24 Burton Amateur Stage Entertainers: Cinderella MARCH Thursday 1 California Dreamers: The Sounds of Laurel Canyon Friday 2 Simon Evans: Genius Saturday 3 Sinatra meets Ella: The Tony Farrell Big Band Sunday 4 15th Annual Burton upon Trent Competitive Vocal Festival Wednesday 7 Flickbook Theatre: Casket Case Wednesday 14 Once Upon A Wednesday: SNAKESkin by Peter & Gorg Chand Thursday 15 bCreative: Shakespeare Week Workshop Thursday 15 Catch Up Film Club: Macbeth (15) Friday 16 Dovelands Entertainment: The Moonlight Club Friday 23 & Saturday 24 Cabaret Theatre School: Shine Like The Sun Tuesday 20 & Wednesday 21 bCreative: Youth Platform Tuesday 27 & Wednesday 28 Burton Co-operative Learning Trust: Festival of Co-operation and Diversity Friday 30 March On the Big Screen: LEGO Movie (U) Saturday 31 March Burton Children’s Easter Festival: Play in the Place Saturday 31 March On the Big Screen: The Goonies (12A) APRIL Tuesday 3 - Saturday 7 LTC Youth: SOUTH PACIFIC Friday 14 Dovelands Entertainment: The Moonlight Club Saturday 21 The All-England Theatre Festival: Quarter Finals Wednesday 25 Jeremy Hardy Live Thursday 26 Chris Ronald Friday 27 Simply Fusion Saturday 28 Burton Musical Theatre Company: “A Night In With The Kids”

Brewhouse Arts Centre

 @Brewhousecentre  Brewhouse

a : Brehouse Arts Centre, Union Street, Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, DE14 1AA e : brewhousearts@eaststaffsbc.gov.uk box office : 01283 508 100

www.brewhouse.co.uk

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Brewhouse Season Brochure, Spring 2018  

Brewhouse Season Brochure, Spring 2018

Brewhouse Season Brochure, Spring 2018  

Brewhouse Season Brochure, Spring 2018