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Portsmouth’s Arts & Culture House October 2013

Box Office 023 92 654 321 www.CastAnchor.co.uk

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WELCOME

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YOUR CITY. YOUR VENUE! Hello! And welcome to your new Arts Venue! Thank you for embracing such an exciting change to our city!

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CAST ANCHOR is here to build upon Portsmouth’s roots as the foundation of our city’s artistic and creative capabilities. Who shaped Portsmouth? Where do we sit in terms of culture today?

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Cast Anchor aspires to deliver a programme for you which:

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Enhances socialising and family activity Encourages appreciation for arts and culture & Encompasses an educational and heritage feel At Cast Anchor, we aim to implement works of meaning and purpose that are enriching - but not overpowering, and through present entertainment with a light shadow of history- self reflection, increased knowledge and social opportunities shall be offered. “Cast Anchor offers a ‘dipping toes experience’ into arts & culture with a light hearted, yet stimulating touch of education.” - Arts Venues Mag

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HIGHLIGHTS

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MUSIC

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COMEDY

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FILM

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DANCE

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VISUAL ARTS

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THEATRE

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COMMUNITY & WORKSHOPS

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INFORMATION

MUSIC COMEDY FILM DANCE VISUAL ARTS THEATRE COMMUNITY & WORKSHOPS

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

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For more information, please call our box office, visit our website or come to Cast Anchor in person.


HIGHLIGHTS

Some highlights of Cast Anchor’s

IT’S ALL ABOUT PORTSMOUTH! launch campaign...

You are invited to share an exciting experience to help cast our anchor into Portsmouth’s Harbour.

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There’s something for everyone in our Sherlock Holmes trilogy! Did You Know... Sir Arthur Conan Doyle published his first Sherlock Holmes book whilst living in Portsmouth! 6

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TITANIC EXHIBITON

FAGIN’S LAST HOUR

PORTSMOUTH’S HM ROYAL MARINES BAND

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OLIVER! THE MUSICAL

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MUSIC

Wednesday 9th October - 7:00pm £17.50 in the Auditorium

West London quartet Mumford & Sons create classic, bluegrass-inspired folkster songs, that has quickly created a buzz across the British media. As peers of Laura Marling and Noah and The Whale, vocalist Marcus Mumford is a wonderfully wise and weathered songwriter in his own right.

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“We wanted to do something unashamed. We’re confident and happy to be where we are as a band — everything that’s happened with us has exceeded expectations, and it’s all been a surprise, it’s all much bigger than what we were prepared for. So when we came to recording this record we had a choice: to shy away from that, or to realise that people dig what we’re doing, and make something robust, with that energy.” - Ben Lovett, Mumford & Sons

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This young singer/songwriter has accrued a hardcore fanbase by word-of-mouth, selling out shows both at home and across Europe. Raised by music-loving parents, Ben was introduced to the singer/songwriters of the '60s and '70s, with influences such as Nick Drake and John Martyn shining through on his critically acclaimed debut album 'Every Kingdom'. BEN HOWARD

MUSIC

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Saturday 12th October - 8:00pm ÂŁ15

Wednesday 16th October - 7:00pm ÂŁ12.50 in the Studio Theatre

Young singer/songwriter Jake Bugg stands out as one of the most exciting new UK acts of 2012 and manages to effortlessly straddle the gap between authenticity and mainstream appeal. to book: www.CastAnchor.co.uk

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MUSIC

Friday 18th October - 8:00pm £10 in the Studio Theatre

Wednesday 23rd October - 7:00pm £17.50 in the Auditorium

As her debut album, Former X Factor Lights, made so contestant Janet thrillingly clear, Ellie Devlin, had very Goulding uses her little singing experivoice as a texture in ence before much the same way Kelly Rowland that a skilled chose her for the X instrumentalist would. Factor live shows. ELLIE GOULDING JANET DEVLIN It is a sound – in Ellie's Whilst on the X case, an utterly Factor live shows, distinctive and unforgettable one – that can it was revealed that Janet had received the highest number of votes for the first Four play as important a role in her songs as any other musical detail. weeks of the show, which was the highest consecutive public vote out of all the 2011 contestants. Janet is now carving out a very successful career as an acclaimed singer/ songwriter, with her unique voice and style.

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Energetic popsters from London whose proficient songs and live sets employ beautiful harmonies and elements of folk and bluegrass to good effect. Their hit song '5 Years' Time' is sufficient to reel in any potential fan, as their packed-out gigs would suggest. Some of the lyrics on the album were inspired by some of Bukowski’s poetry. There’s one collection of his poems in particular called ‘The Last Night Of The Earth’. I liked the title. I liked the immediacy of it potentially being the very last night on earth, but also that it could be just any other night. For a while I was going to call the album ‘Night Windows’ after the Hopper painting. I like the idea that the album is just a portrait of people’s lives over one evening and what they’re doing.” - Charlie Fink, Noah and the Whale

MUSIC

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Friday 1st November - 8:00pm £17.50

NOAH AND THE WHALE

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COMEDY

COMEDY

STEPHEN K AMOS

HAVANT COMEDY CLUB

Friday 11th October - 8:00pm £17.50

Tuesday 15th October - 8:00pm £17.50

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Sunday 20th October - 5:00pm £10.00

Performing his solo stand-up show Jack Whitehall: Let’s Not Speak Of This Again, a massive sell out success. Jack will be taking Let’s Not Speak Of This Again on the road for his first series of solo live dates.

Entertaining audiences all over the world with his natural, assured delivery and his honest, original material, Amos is filled with an almost childlike joy and exuberance and can find the funny in some of the most unexpected places.

Havant Comedy Club brings you a collection of brilliant up and coming comedians certain to tickle your tummy. If you fancy getting involved with stand up comedy or open mic nights, please visit Cast Anchor’s website.

JACK WHITEHALL

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SHAPPI KHORSANDI

Tuesday 22nd October - 8:00pm £17.50

Tuesday 29th October - 8:00pm £22.00

Friday 1st November- 8:00pm £15.00

The critically acclaimed comedian and Edinburgh If comedy nominee. 2008 winner for best breakthrough act in the Chortle Awards.

Russell’s humour is quickwitted, cheeky and wryly observant. ‘Probably the best of a new generation of comics. His mind is as sharp as a witch’s nose and gags flow from him with the ease and Majesty of the river Nile’ - Time Out.

An Iranian female stand-up comic who has established herself on the London circuit. As seen as on Live At The Apollo, Friday Night with Jonathan Ross, 8/10 Cats and Have I Got News For You.

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COMEDY

RUSSELL HOWARD

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FILM

Sunday 6th October Thursday 10th October weekdays £5.75 adults/ £4.25 cons weekends £6.50 adults/ £5.00 cons in the Studio Theatre

screenings: Sun 6th October - 2:30pm, 6:00pm Thurs10th October - 12:00pm, 3:30pm, 7:00pm

Holmes and Watson join forces to outwit and bring down their most cunning adversary, Professor James Moriarty. Although influenced by Conan Doyle's short story "The Final Problem", the film follows an original story and is not a strict adaptation.

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As part of Cast Anchor’s Sherlock Holmes Trilogy!

Film Club - view 5 films, view 1 free. no time restriction. collect your Film Club card from the box office or sign up on the website.

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weekends £6.50 adults/ £5.00 cons in the Studio Theatre

screenings: Fri 11th October - 10:00am, 1:30pm, 5:00pm, 8:30pm Sat 12th October - 1:30pm, 5:00pm, 8:30pm

Les Misérables is the motion-picture adaptation of the beloved global stage sensation seen by more than 60 million people in 42 countries and in 21 languages around the globe and still breaking box-office records everywhere in its 27th year. Helmed by The King's Speech's Academy Award®-winning director, Tom Hooper, the Working Title/ Cameron Mackintosh production stars Hugh Jackman, Oscar® winner Russell Crowe, Anne Hathaway, Amanda Seyfried, Eddie Redmayne, Aaron Tveit, Samantha Barks, with Helena Bonham Carter and Sacha Baron Cohen.

FILM

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Friday 11th October Saturday 12th October weekdays £5.75 adults/ £4.25 cons

LES MISERABLES THE FILM Did you Know... Part of Les Mis was filmed at Portsmouth’s Historic Dockyard!

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FILM

Tuesday 15th October £5.75 adults/ £4.25 cons in the Studio Theatre

screenings: 9:00am, 12:30pm, 4:00pm, 7:30pm

MONSTERS UNIVERSITY

The Dan Scanlon-directed prequel traces back to when Mike and Sulley first met and couldn't stand each other.

Thursday 17th October £5.75 adults/ £4.25 cons in the Studio Theatre

screenings: 9:00am, 12:30pm, 4:00pm, 7:30pm

OZ - THE GREAT AND POWERFUL

A stage magician is hurled into a fantasy world, and must use his wits to stay ahead of three enchantresses who have plans for him.

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The 1997 ultimate romance and disaster film directed and written by James Cameron is back on the big screen in 3D to commemorate the centenary of the ship's ill-fated maiden voyage. Relive Jack Dawson (Leonardo DiCaprio) and Rose DeWitt's (Kate Winslet) short-lived romance on the luxurious ship that was meant to be unsinkable.

VISUAL ARTS - TITANIC EXHIBITION

screenings: 10:00am, 1:30pm, 5:00pm, 8:30pm

FILM

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Saturday 19th October ÂŁ6.50 adults/ ÂŁ5.00 cons

TITANIC 3D

By purchasing a ticket for this film, you also recieve a free audio description of the Titanic Exhibiton

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FILM

Wednesday 23rd October Thursday 24th October £5.75 adults/ £4.25 cons screenings: 10:00am, 1.00pm, 4:00pm, 7:00pm

THE HANGOVER III

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This time, there's no wedding. No bachelor party. What could go wrong, right? But when the Wolfpack hits the road, all bets are off.

Wednesday 30th October £5.75 adults/ £4.25 cons screening: 7:30pm

DANNY BOYLE’S FRANKENSTEIN

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As part of the National Theatre Live programme, Frankenstein will be broadcast to cinema’s and arts venues around the world. This production is directed by Danny Boyle with a cast including Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller, with the two lead actors alternating the roles of Victor Frankenstein and the Creature.

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screenings: Sat 26th October - 10:00am, 1:30pm, 5:00pm, 8:30pm Thurs 31st October - 4:00pm, 7:30pm

“The Hunger Games: Catching Fire begins as Katniss Everdeen has returned home safe after winning the 74th Annual Hunger Games along with fellow tribute Peeta Mellark. Winning means that they must turn around and leave their family and close friends, embarking on a “Victor’s Tour” of the districts. Along the way Katniss senses that a rebellion is simmering, but the Capitol is still very much in control as President Snow prepares the 75th Annual Hunger Games (The Quarter Quell) – a competition that could change Panem forever.”

FILM

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Saturday 26th October Thursday 31st October weekdays £5.75 adults/ £4.25 cons

HUNGER GAMES: CATCHING FIRE

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DANCE COMMUNITY - CHANCE TO DANCE

Wednesday 9th October - 7:30pm £7.50 adults/ £6 cons

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Wednesday 16th October - 7:30pm Thursday 17th October - 7:30pm £15 - £47.50 in the Auditorium

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Carly-ann founded Most Wanted in 2007 a Hip Hop / Street Dance organisation consisting of three performance crews and regular drop in MOST WANTED classes every Friday DANCE CREW that anyone can attend. Most Wanted were the Under 18’s Champions in the UDO Southern Street Dance Championships in 2010 and most recently made it through to the last 24 from over 200 crews from around the country to appear on CBBC’s Alesha’s Street Dance Stars this summer

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Fasten your seat belts... The Car Man is back! Matthew Bourne’s internationally acclaimed dance/ thriller was first seen MATTHEW BOURNE’S in 2000, winning the THE CAR MAN Evening Standard Award for “Musical Event of the Year” The Car Man is loosely based on Bizet’s popular opera and has one of the most thrilling and instantly recognisable scores in New Adventures’ repertory, brilliantly arranged by Terry Davies.

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Ghost Dances has a tremendous impact and audiences in many countries have delighted in its distinctive, rhythmic movement performed to GHOST DANCES haunting South American tunes. However, it is the representation of the oppression of ordinary people, symbolised by the sinister ghost figures, which give the work much of its resonance. As part of Dance GCSE and Dance A Level syllabus, this is sure to be popular. Book early to avoid disappointment.

The Jabbawockeez is an eight-member, all male, hip-hop dance crew best known for being the winners of the first season of America's Best Dance Crew. JABBAWOCKEEZ Their tour reaches out to those keen on pursuing hip hop as a career or those with just an interest, with clever choreography, blazin’ moves and poppin’ tunes. Their unique use of masks re-ignites traditional works from companies such as Commedia dell’arte and Trestle theatre.

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DANCE

Friday 25th October - 7:30pm £10 adults/ £8 cons

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Tuesday 22nd October - 2:30pm Tuesday 22nd October - 7:30pm £15 (schools discounts available)

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VISUAL ARTS

Saturday 5th - Tuesday 8th October FREE in the Foyer

Gil Elvgren (March 15, 1914 – February 29, 1980), was a painter of pin-up girls, advertising and illustration. Elvgren was one of the most important pin-up and glamour artists of the twentieth century. Celebrate the sailor-esque feel with style at Cast Anchor’s It’s all about Portsmouth launch campaign. PIN UP SAILOR ART GIL ELVGREN

Friday 11th - Tuesday 15th October FREE in the Foyer

One for the fashion conscious! Southsea Boutique Markets with a vintage fashion show and lively entertainment in our fabulous classic venue. Come and shop for unique gifts created by local designers, including a fashion display curated by costume designer and all round fantastic creative, Naomi Gibbs. VINTAGE NTR

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FILM - TITANIC 3D

Join us as we bring Titanic to the surface and discover what really happened over 1000 years ago. Travel back in time with us and enlighten your historical senses and ship expertise, afterall we live in Ports-Mouth! (majority faux artifacts)

Free audio description with purchase of Titanic 3D film ticket. Collect headset from box office.

TITANIC EXHIBITON

Tuesday 29th - Friday 1st November FREE in the Foyer & Studio Theatre

Exhibition in the Foyer from Tuesday 29th October - Friday 1st November Join best selling crime authors along with police and crime experts at CSI Portsmouth 2013 on Wednesday 30th October in the Studio Theatre for a thrilling event where crime fiction meets crime fact. Hear how the authors write their popular crime novels, learn about what really happens at a crime scene, see how the fingerprint bureau works, have your fingerprints taken, + much, much more. to book: www.CastAnchor.co.uk

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Friday 18th - Wednesday 23rd October FREE

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THEATRE

Saturday 5th October - 2:30pm & 7:30pm Sunday 6th October - 2:30pm & 7:30pm Monday 7th October - 7:30pm £17.50 - £52

THEATRE - FAGIN’S LAST HOUR

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Fresh from its record-breaking run in the West End at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, one of the most beloved British musicals ever, Oliver!, is on tour around the UK! Children from Portsmouth auditioned to play orphans in Oliver! and now present a truly individual version, to you

OLIVER! THE MUSICAL

- A ‘not to be missed’ spectacular as part of Cast Anchor’s launch campaign It’s all about Portsmouth!

Did you Know... Charles Dickens was born in Portsmouth over 200 years ago!

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As part of Cast Anchor’s Sherlock Holmes Trilogy! Tuesday 8th October - 7:30pm £8 adults/ £6 cons in the Studio Theatre

THEATRE - OLIVER!

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Charles Dickens’ Oliver! a dark tale of crime and punishment, is stunningly re-imagined in this critically acclaimed stage FAGIN’S LAST HOUR adaptation. Told from the point of view of Fagin the Miser, one hour before his execution and on the brink of madness, he recounts his association with Sikes and Nancy, his accomplices in crime, and Oliver Twist, the incorruptible orphan boy who brought about his downfall. This unique and powerful one-man show offers a fresh insight into literature’s most controversial villain.

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Professor Moriaty. Full of twists and turns and climatic finale it is sure to keep everyone on the edge of their seats.

Thursday 10th October - 7:30pm £10 adults/ £7 cons

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THE FINAL PROBLEM SHERLOCK HOLMES

Portsmouth’s local Theatre Group 'The Phoenix Players' have embraced Sherlock Holmes in 'The Final Problem' in which he finally comes face to face with his greatest rival the evil

A great contextual piece, harmonious with Oliver! Dickens Deal! Discounted prices on Fagin’s Last Hour, if an Oliver! ticket has been purchased.

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THEATRE

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PUSH PHYSICAL THEATRE

PUSH – Serious theatre that doesn’t take itself too seriously.”

PUSH brings people together. It’s eminently accessible to audiences of all ages and backgrounds while being profoundly transformational. PUSH hits hard, emotionally, but retains great respect for the characters it portrays and the audience it performs for.

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Thursday 24th October - 7:30pm £15 (includes 2 course meal)

Saturday 19th October - 7:30pm £12.50 adults/ £10 cons

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Portsmouth’s local Groundlings Theatre presents ‘Dickens Murder Mystery, following success of other DICKENS themed dinner MURDER MYSTERY events. Meet a parade of Dickensian characters in a murder mystery dinner. Enjoy “food glorious food” and Pickwick the brains or the cast to solve a terrible murder with a Victorian London feel. A chance to get involved! Groundlings are offering workshops based on this event on Friday 25th October at 6:30pm in the auditorium FREE, for budding actors, or a sneak peak behind the scenes.

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Fiery Angel, the Ambassador Theatre Group, Fiery Dragons & The Children’s Touring Partnership present The Chichester Festival GOODNIGHT MR. TOM Theatre Production of Goodnight Mister Tom. Set during the dark and dangerous build up to the Second World War, Goodnight Mister Tom follows sad William Beech, who is evacuated to the idyllic English countryside and builds a remarkable and moving friendship with the elderly recluse Tom Oakley. All seems perfect until William is devastatingly summoned by his mother back to London. As part of English Language GCSE, this is sure to be popular. Book early to avoid disappointment.

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Hull Truck Theatre presents: The strange case of THE STRANGE CASE OF DR JEKYLL & MR HYDE Dr Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Doctor Henry Jekyll is a good man. Successful within his field, respected by his peers… and close to a neurological discovery that will change the face of medical science forever. But his methods are less than ethical. When a close friend and colleague threatens to expose and destroy his work, Jekyll is forced to experiment on himself – and something goes very wrong. Or very right.

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Wednesday 30th October Thursday 31st Octobor -7:30pm £12.00 adults/ £8 cons

Tuesday 29th October - 7:30pm £10.50 - £22 (school’s discounts available)

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COMMUNITY & WORKSHOPS

Saturday 5th October - 10:00am - 4:00pm FREE in the Studio Theatre

As part of Cast Anchor’s opening day, and our launch campaign It’s all about Portsmouth! we bring you... Sher-LOCK your HOMES -where you’ll do just that!

SHER - LOCK YOUR HOMES

Get out of the house on Saturday 5th October! and spend a full fun-day out with the family with arts and crafts, activities, games, exploring such as: Make a magnifying glass Clues Hunt Sherlock Workshops Team building excersises + much more!

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COMMUNITY - BAND SCOUT

COMMUNITY - JOIN MY BAND

We propose and attempt to initiate the next Stone Roses... the next Oasis... the next Spice Girls!

Sunday 6th October - 10:00am - 1:00pm FREE

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BAND SCOUT

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JOIN MY BAND

We recognise that Portsmouth has buckets of talent when it comes to music. So why have we yet to deliver renowned bands recognised globally!

COMMUNITY

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Sunday 20th October - 10:00am - 5:00pm FREE

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Need a bass player?...Do you sing?...

Join us at Cast Anchor on Sunday 6th October for a shot at forming a band. The chance to show people your skills or recruit a band member.

Register your band at www.CastAnchor.co.uk for your chance at being scouted. Prestigious and professional talent scouts gather on Sunday 20th October to hear and see your band. This is your chance.. Could you go down in history?

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COMMUNITY & WORKSHOPS

Saturday 12th October - 10:00am - 12:30pm Sunday 13th October - 10:00am - 4.30pm £8 p/p for 8 hours of workshop in the Studio Theatre

We’ve teamed up with Portsmouth’s very own New Theatre Royal to deliver fun and engaging Youth Theatre Workshops this half term. We value our local theatres, and feel collaborating with them will improve Portsmouth’s artistic aura.

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Learn acting and performance skills, build confidence and create your own devised work, including an hour’s workshop on script writing! Limited spaces. Price includes both days, please bring lunch on Sunday (1 hour lunch) See website for more details, call us, or come along to Cast Anchor’s box office.

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If you are interested in competing in next year’s Chance to Dance competition, please visit our website, call us, or come along to the box office for more details.

WORKSHOPS

As the programme progresses each year, we hope to extend to national companies.

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Cast Anchor is proud to present Chance to Dance which is set to be our annual dance competition. To launch this programme, local dance schools compete this year for the opportunity to claim the Chance to Dance champions title.

COMMUNITY

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Sunday 13th October - 11:00am - 5:00pm ÂŁ5 entry fee p/p

CHANCE TO DANCE

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COMMUNITY & WORKSHOPS

Saturday 26th October - 11:00am - 4:00pm FREE in the Auditorium

Get involved and make a Lantern this Halloween in our fun family workshop day! There are drop in sessions throughout the day with Lantern Co from Sheffield, who have come to Cast Anchor to help us put on our very own Halloween themed Lantern Carnival. Join the parade around Old Portsmouth at 5:00pm where you can proudly show off your craft skills!

LANTERN CARNIVAL

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“We make lanterns of all shapes and sizes. We make lanterns that float and fly, are processional or static, and use all types of materials: paper, fabric, fibre glass, plastics and anything else that we can find that enhances the glow of the light from within.�

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WORKSHOPS

BUPA Great South Run. Register online or turn up Sunday 27th in the Foyer. Registration open from 8:30am, ready for a 10:00am start. £41 entry fee to enter the 10m run. Prize ceremony Sunday 27th 5pm in the Studio Theatre.

The Royal Marines Bands have performed Beat Retreat a number of times in PORTSMOUTH’S Portsmouth, once HM ROYAL MARINES in 1996 and once BAND in 1999 before performing it in Horse Guards in London, and now revisit the material to play for you at Cast Anchor.

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Bupa Junior and Mini Great South Run. Register online or turn up Saturday 26th in the Foyer. Registration open from 8:30am, ready for a BUPA GREAT 10:00am start. £13 entry SOUTH RUN fee to enter the run. Prize ceremony Sunday 27th at 5:00pm in the Studio Theatre.

COMMUNITY

Sunday 27th October - 6:00pm £10

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Saturday 26th October - 8:30am - 10:00am Sunday 27th October - 8:30am - 8:00pm see entry fee

The Royal Marines Band Service continues to demonstrate professionalism and versatility whether deployed into operational theatre or performing on the concert platform.

Entry fee includes t-shirt, medal, finisher’s pack and accurate chip timing.

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COMING SOON

NOVEMBER Be sure to pick up your next Cast Anchor brochure for more arts and culture.

THE CRIBS THE CRIBS

NEW THEATRE ROYAL WORKSHOPS

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DECEMBER

PORTSMOUTH’S VICTORIAN FESTIVAL OF CHRISTMAS to book: www.CastAnchor.co.uk

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