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Spring 2017

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The Core at Corby Cube

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Did you know, last year... we welcomed

58,470

audience members to live performances and films at The Core – our most successful year since opening

18,542

people took part in our Get Involved programme of weekly classes, one off workshops residencies and more

we helped 27 young people achieve their Arts Awards, including 16 Silver and 2 Gold

our local economic impact increased to £3.2 million Statistics: April 2015 – March 2016.


Welcome Spring 2017

See A Show A Christmas Carol

Chris & Pui

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Al Murray

The Theatre Pages 4-14

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See A Show The Lab Screaming Blue Murder

Gaz Brookfield p. 17

Launchpad

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See A Film I, Daniel Blake p. 20

Moana p. 21

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

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Get Involved Sparks p. 23

Core Dancers

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February Hip Hop Half Term

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The Core at Corby Cube proudly presents

A Christmas Carol Until Sat 31 December

The most famous festive tale of all time, A Christmas Carol, is brought to life in a brilliantly entertaining version for all the family. Wealthy miser Ebenezer Scrooge is all set to greet Christmas Day with his traditional ‘bah humbug’! Not this year… the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future have other ideas, and with the clock ticking they appear on Christmas Eve to see if they can show him the real meaning of Christmas before it’s too late. Featuring some of the best-loved Dickensian characters including Jacob Marley, Bob Cratchit and his son Tiny Tim, this heart-warming hour-long adaptation of the timeless classic is written and directed by Gary Sefton who was behind the much loved Christmas shows Hansel & Gretel at The Core as well as The Wind In The Willows and A Christmas Carol at Royal & Derngate. Come and join us as The Core is transformed with candles, mince pies, mulled wine, carols and some ghostly goings-on! HHHHH “INSPIRING, HEART‑WARMING AND, ULTIMATELY, LIFE‑AFFIRMING. MISS IT AT YOUR PERIL” WHAT’S ON STAGE ON GARY SEFTON’S A CHRISTMAS CAROL, 2015 10.30am 10.30am

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Relaxed performance (Dementia and Autism-friendly)

Running time 1 hour As well as our usual stalls and circle seating for A Christmas Carol, you can choose to sit on the stage for this production, placing yourself even closer to the action. These seats cannot be booked online, but can be booked in person or via the phone with our Ticket Sales team.

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Corby Amateur Theatrical Society

Cinderella

Wed 4 - Sun 8 January Wed-Sat 7pm, Sat & Sun Matinees 2pm This is your invitation to the greatest pantomime of them all! Doomed to despair by her wicked stepmother and vicious stepsisters, Cinderella dreams of escape and romance. It’s going to take all the magic her Fairy Godmother can muster to whisk Cinders from pantry to palace, but with her sisters stopping her every step of the way, it’s not an easy ride to happily ever after. Corby Amateur Theatrical Society return with their most spectacular pantomime to date. Featuring sparkling sets, fabulous frocks, side splitting slapstick, and not one but two outrageous dames, this is an unmissable treat for the whole family! The clock is ticking so grab your tickets to the ball now. Tickets £12.50 (Conc. £10.50, Restricted View £9, Family ticket £42) THE THEATRE

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The Sounds Of Home Orchestra Sat 21 January 7.30pm

‘What music reminds you of your homeland?’ Paula Boulton’s recently composed orchestral suite, The Sounds Of Home, is inspired by Corby people’s responses to that question. Come and hear the world premiere of this unique composition played by the newly-formed Sounds Of Home Orchestra, conducted by Elio Andrade. A tribute to Corby’s cultural diversity, dedicated to those who shared their memories and musical choices with Paula, join us for a colourful, musical journey around the globe. This concert is supported by Arts Council England

Tickets £8 (Conc. £6) THE THEATRE

Burns Night Celebrations Wed 25 January 7.30pm

Don’t miss The Core’s very first musical celebration of Burns Night with some of Scotland’s finest performers. Sit back and enjoy an evening of songs and stories, celebrating the works of the bard along with musical delights from jazz to Broadway to operetta. There will be performances from folk/jazz musician Alistair McDonald, international baritone Richard Morrison, West End actress and singer Jackie Morrison and award-winning Scottish fiddler Andy Kain. Tickets £22.50 (Conc. £20.50) THE THEATRE 6

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Danny Baker: Cradle To The Stage Sat 4 February 7.30pm

The stage has always been Danny Baker’s first love and now he will be wowing audiences with his anecdotal back catalogue, games involving sausages and his impressive six octave range. Hosting BBC Radio 2’s The Saturday Morning Show with Lynsey Hipgrave, Baker won the Gold Award for Speech Radio Personality Of The Year in 2011, 2012 and 2014. Fresh from his appearance on I’m A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here, don’t miss the comedy writer, journalist, DJ and screenwriter on tour for the first time. Tickets £20.50 (Conc. £18.50) THE THEATRE

For ages 14+

Weldon Amateur Theatre School presents

The Wizard Of Oz

Sat 11 & Sun 12 February 2pm & 6.30pm From Kansas to the Emerald City, Weldon Amateur Theatrical School perform the classic songs from The Wizard Of Oz and take you back down memory lane… or the yellow brick road! Join Dorothy and Toto on their magical journey to Oz, meeting Scarecrow, Tinman and The Cowardly Lion on their way. As she travels to find the Wizard, Dorothy must overcome many dangerous challenges and defeat the Wicked Witch of the West. Tickets £11 (Conc. £9, Family ticket £36, Under 4s £4.50) THE THEATRE

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The Chris & Pui Show Fri 17 February 11am & 2pm CBeebies’ favourite double act is coming back to town. See Chris & Pui from Show Me Show Me in their very own stage show with the toys and characters from their hit TV programme. Incy Wincy, Twinkle, Old MacDonald, Humpty, Granny Humpty and many more of your favourite Chris & Pui characters will be dropping in along with the toys – Tom, Momo, Teddington, Stuffy and Miss Mouse.

With songs, comedy sketches, magic and heaps of joining in, this is a family show for children aged two to a hundred and two.

Tickets £12.50 (Conc. £10.50, Family Ticket £42) THE THEATRE

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Catch the Gingerbread Man, marvel at the Ugly Duckling becoming a beautiful swan and oooh and aaah as Miss Mouse attempts to zoom zoom zoom to the cheesy moon in her rocket.

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The Illegal Eagles: 20th Anniversary Fri 24 February 7.30pm The Illegal Eagles return to The Core celebrating their own incredible 20 years of UK and international touring. This seasoned group of talented musicians are true Eagles fans at heart. With their impressive mastery of the Eagles’ distinctive sound, they will be performing all of the classic Eagles hits including Hotel California, Take It Easy, Lyin’ Eyes, Take It To The Limit, Life In The Fast Lane and many more. “THE BAND WERE FLAWLESS IN THEIR DELIVERY” THE EXPRESS Tickets £25.50 (Conc. £23.50) THE THEATRE

N. Dance

Sat 25 February 7.30pm This annual sell-out event is an insight into the wealth of dance and creativity in the county and provides talented young people an opportunity to showcase their work. A live panel will select groups from this event to go on to perform at U.Dance 2017 – a national youth dance festival in Birmingham – as well as have the opportunity to take part in elEMents Choreo Lab, enabling young dancers to work with a prestigious choreographer. Tickets £9.50 (Conc. £7.50) THE THEATRE

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Mark Thomas: The Red Shed Tue 28 February 7.30pm Comedian Mark Thomas returns with the third in his trilogy of shows following on from the multi-award-winning Bravo Figaro and Cuckooed. Part theatre, stand up, journalism and activism, The Red Shed is the story of the battle for hope and the survival of a community. HHHHH “ONE OF BRITAIN’S GREATEST STORYTELLERS” THE SCOTSMAN HHHH “EVOCATIVE… HARD TO RESIST” SUNDAY TIMES Tickets £16.50 (£14.50) THE THEATRE

For ages 16+

MAKE A NIGHT OF IT! Why not join us for a drink before the show? We have a great selection in our welcoming bars on both levels adjacent to The Theatre. You can also pre-order your interval drinks from our wide range of hot and cold beverages.

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Getting Dressed Wed 8 March 1.30pm

Ever put your coat on the wrong-way? Couldn’t find the arm holes in your trousers? Or just had a day where you didn’t want to wear clothes? Dive into a world of colour, texture and movement. Second Hand Dance invite us all to be as creative as we can with the clothes we wear, tempting us to get dressed just a little bit differently. “CELEBRATING HOW DANCING TOGETHER BRING US CLOSER, AND KEEPS US TOGETHER” THE OBSERVER ON SECOND HAND DANCE’S DAD DANCING Tickets £8.50 THE THEATRE

For ages 4+

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Abbamania Fri 10 March 7.30pm Corby favourites Abbamania are the UK’s original Abba tribute act and widely regarded as one of the premier Abba tribute bands. Dust off your platforms and put on your flares when they arrive at The Core. Get ready for Abbamania to take you back to a time where Abba was No.1 and have a night of pure nostalgia. You’ll be dancing in the aisles to all the timeless classics including Waterloo, Thank You For The Music, Dancing Queen and Mamma Mia. Their record breaking songs are timeless and continue to thrill all generations. Tickets £20.50 THE THEATRE

Starlight Dance: A Beautiful Nightmare Sat 11 March 7.30pm

Starlight Dance And Musical Theatre School are proud to present their fourth show, A Beautiful Nightmare. Be prepared to watch one of Corby’s finest dance schools take to the stage and perform a delightfully devilish daydream. With dance styles including contemporary, street, commercial, ballet and Latin, it is not to be missed.

Tickets £10.50 (Conc. £8.50) THE THEATRE

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Wed 15 – Sat 18 March, Eves 7.15pm, Sat Matinee 2.15pm Following from last year’s success, the Corby Gang Show returns to The Core for its 59th show with a bigger and better production than ever before with Scouts and Guides from the Corby and Kettering area. A great night out is guaranteed, with a wide range of singing, dancing, comedy and modern scouting performed in their own ‘loud and proud’ way. The evening also includes traditional Ralph Reader numbers which pay tribute to the roots of the Gang Show. So, if you want to be riding along the crest of a wave, hurry down to The Core and join in the fun. Tickets £10 (Conc. £8) THE THEATRE

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Pasha Kovalev: Let’s Dance The Night Away Sun 19 March 7.30pm Strictly Come Dancing’s Pasha Kovalev and his fantastic dancers are touring the UK with their brand new show. Expect all your favourite dances, stunning costumes, great music, chat and fun for all the family. Book before Saturday 31 December to be able to attend a complimentary question and answer session before the show. There is also limited availability for special tickets to a meet and greet with Pasha after the show – ask at the Ticket Office for details when booking. Tickets £23.50 & £24.50 (Conc. £21.50 & £22.50) THE THEATRE

Classic Rock USA Thu 23 March 7.30pm

Classic Rock USA is a heart-pumping, drum-beating, pulsating rock extravaganza featuring over 25 hits from Bryan Adams, Jon Bon Jovi and the ‘Boss’ himself, Bruce Springsteen. You will be taken on an epic journey of all things rock, as the totally awesome cast and band bring down the house with the very best selections of these three great artists including, Born To Run, Thunder Road, (Everything I Do) I Do It For You, Summer Of ’69, Livin’ On A Prayer, You Give Love A Bad Name, Bed Of Roses and many more. Tickets £20.50 THE THEATRE

The Tiger Who Came To Tea Fri 24 March 1.30pm & 4.30pm and Sat 25 March 11am ( AF autism-friendly) & 2pm The tea-guzzling Tiger roars into Corby this Spring in this truly magical Olivier Award-nominated production of The Tiger Who Came To Tea, straight from a smash-hit international tour and a West End Christmas run. The doorbell rings just as Sophie and her mummy are sitting down to tea. Who could it possibly be? What they certainly don’t expect to see at the door is a big, stripy tiger. Packed with oodles of magic, sing-a-long songs and clumsy chaos, this is a stunning stage adaptation of the classic tale of teatime mayhem… expect to be surprised! HHHH “AN INVITINGLY JOLLY, CONSISTENTLY INVENTIVE TREAT... THIS TIGER REALLY IS THE CAT’S MEOW” THE TIMES HHHH “A DELIGHT FROM START TO FINISH” TIME OUT Running time aprrox. 55 minutes

Tickets £13 (Schools. £10.50) THE THEATRE 10

For ages 3+ FAMILY FUN

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Lee Hurst: Comedy Show No. 9 Thu 30 March 8pm

Lee Hurst, one of Britain’s most-loved comedians, is back with an all-new show, Comedy Show No.9. He earned his stripes over twenty years ago as a circuit comic and one of the best telly warm-up men in the business. This is one man, a mic and his mind. The show is simple. The content is hilarious. The audience turn up. Everyone laughs. Everyone goes home happy. Easy. “DEVASTATINGLY FUNNY” THE TIMES “I CRIED WITH LAUGHTER” THE GUARDIAN Tickets £16.50 THE THEATRE

For ages 16+

A Beautiful Noise: The Neil Diamond Story Fri 31 March 7.30pm

Returning to The Core following his sold-out show earlier this year Fisher Stevens and the Beautiful Noise Band capture the essence of a real Diamond concert. Hits include Love On The Rocks, Sweet Caroline, Forever In Blue Jeans, Song Sung Blue and many more. “BETWEEN THE TALENTED STAR, THE NOTE-PERFECT BAND, PITCHPERFECT BACKING SINGERS AND THE INCREDIBLE LIGHT SHOW, IT WAS IMPOSSIBLE TO FIND ANY ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT” NORTHANTS TELEGRAPH Tickets £22 (Conc. £20) THE THEATRE

At Last – The Etta James Story Tue 11 April 7.30pm The smash-hit show, At Last - The Etta James Story starring the sensational Vika Bull tells the story of the troubled soul legend’s turbulent life. This unforgettable show features some of Etta James’ most beloved songs including Tell Mama, Something’s Got A Hold On Me, Sugar On The Floor, the heart rending I’d Rather Go Blind and her iconic signature song At Last. Tickets £22.50 THE THEATRE

Wed 12 April 7.30pm

After getting into trouble for sneaking into places he shouldn’t be, Lee Nelson is back where he most definitely should be: live on stage with his brand-new, laugh-out-loud, best ever stand-up show. “COMEDY LEGEND” THE SUN “COMEDY GENIUS” THE MIRROR “YOU SHOULD BE ASHAMED OF YOURSELF” SEPP BLATTER

Tickets £20.50 THE THEATRE We charge a £1 per-transaction fee for telephone and website bookings of £15 and over, does not apply in person or to Groups.

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Lee Nelson: Serious Joker

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Northern Ballet

Goldilocks & The Three Bears Sat 22 April 2pm, 4pm & 6pm Goldilocks is a mischievous little girl with hair as bright as gold. Always on the look-out for an adventure, one day her curiosity leads her to a house full of many surprises. With a family of friendly bears, a beautiful blue bird and bowls of delicious porridge, this ballet is just right! Bringing this classic children’s story to life, Goldilocks & The Three Bears is the perfect opportunity for your little ones to enjoy live ballet, music and theatre for the first time. With sell-out performances and hugely successful CBeebies TV adaptations, including Ugly Duckling and Tortoise & The Hare, Northern Ballet’s productions especially for children are not to be missed. “DELIGHTFULLY PERFORMED” THE STAGE ON TORTOISE & THE HARE 2015 This child friendly performance lasts approximately 40 minutes.

Tickets £8.50 (Conc. £6.50) THE THEATRE

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Rock The Decades Sat 29 April 7.30pm

Bip Wetherell is proud to present Rock The Decades featuring The Telstars playing classic hits from the ’50s and ’60s. This will be followed by special guests Genesis Connect playing hits from the ’80s and ’90s with tributes to Phil Collins, Mike And The Mechanics and, of course, Genesis. Their vocalist is Corby born Pete Brett, a finalist in TV’s Stars In Your Eyes. A brilliant sound and light experience will get the audience rocking in the aisles. Regular followers of Bip’s shows always come back for more as they know they are guaranteed a cracking night out at The Core. Tickets £20.50 THE THEATRE

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Joel Dommett: Live Thu 18 May 8pm Fresh from his hugely memorable performance on 2016’s I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here, one of the UK’s most energetic and exciting comedians returns to the road with his solo show, Joel Dommett: Live. Catch the star of Sky1’s Bring The Noise as he delivers his high octane comedy to Corby. HHHHH Time Out

Tickets £15.50 (Conc. £10.50) THE THEATRE 12

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Dreaming Our Woods Fri 5 - Sun 7 May 8pm Join us in a multimedia transformation of space, time and place inspired by the woodlands of Corby. This amazing experience will be directed by international jazz singer and songwriter Barb Jungr, acclaimed choreographer Neil Paris and international sound and light artist Kurt Laurenz Theinert, leading a team of performers in light, sound and movement. This will be followed by a magical night-time walk through Thoroughsale Wood, led by Pied Piper, Cat Gerrard, where fabulous flowers of the forest made by children from every Primary School in Corby will illuminate the way. You will see projected creatures of the woods created by the people of Corby at the Boating Lake, and continue the magic with refreshing snacks and drinks at the Boating Lake Cafe. This is the festival finale of Our Woods produced by Deep Roots Tall Trees W www.deeprootstalltrees.org.uk /drttchoir @drtt_corby

Tickets £12.50 (Conc. £10) THE THEATRE

Full House Theatre

The Elves And The Shoemaker Sat 20 May 1pm & 4pm Join Full House Theatre on a high jinks journey of joy and rediscovering of the past in their family show The Elves And The Shoemaker. In this topsy-turvy re-telling we meet Geoff, a lovable retired shoemaker. Now in his twilight years Geoff struggles with his memory and the patchwork of his past.

The show features original toe-tapping music, laugh-out-loud characters, puppetry and even a little bit of real magic! Just like a comfy old slipper, The Elves And The Shoemaker is a story sure to make old and young alike feel all warm and cosy inside.

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One day at the bottom of his garden he is visited by two magical friends who help him with the perfect gift for his wife for her 90th birthday... with the help of a little bit of elf magic.

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Corby Amateur Theatrical Society

9 To 5 The Musical

Wed 31 May - Sat 3 June 7.30pm 9 To 5 The Musical is the hilarious musical comedy based on the hit movie that centres on three office workers who turn the tables on their sexist boss. The show features original numbers from Dolly Parton’s Oscar and Grammy Award-nominated score including Backwoods Barbie, Shine Like The Sun and the original hit song 9 To 5. Tickets £13 (Conc. £11, Restricted View £9) THE THEATRE

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Kast Off Kinks Thu 8 June 7.30pm

Join former members of The Kinks, Mick Avory (the original drummer on all the classic hits from 1964-84), John Dalton (bass and vocals in the ’60s & ’70s), Ian Gibbons (keyboards and vocals in the ’80s & ’90s) and Dave Clarke (guitar and vocals, formerly of the Beach Boys) in keeping the classic songs alive. Expect all the hits, including You Really Got Me, Dedicated Follower Of Fashion, Sunny Afternoon, Lola, Days, Waterloo Sunset, Come Dancing and many more. Tickets £20.50 THE THEATRE

Al Murray The Pub Landlord: Let’s Go Backwards Together Fri 9 June 7.30pm

The nation’s critically acclaimed bar-based-braveheart, Al Murray The Pub Landlord, embarks on a campaign to re-Great Britain. We live in troubling times. Europe. The NHS. Whatever is going on in the Middle East. The gathering storm of fortnightly bin collections? Who knows where it will all end? Watch the one man who will answer the call of destiny even though it’s an unlisted number. HHHHH “A SUPREMELY POLISHED PERFORMER” MAIL ON SUNDAY Tickets £28 THE THEATRE

The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show Thu 22 June 2pm & 4pm & Fri 23 June 11am & 2pm The Very Hungry Caterpillar, by author/illustrator Eric Carle, comes to the stage in this critically acclaimed production featuring a menagerie of 75 lovable puppets. Four of Carle’s faithfully adapted stories are performed: The Artist Who Painted A Blue Horse, Mister Seahorse, The Very Lonely Firefly and of course, the star of the show – The Very Hungry Caterpillar. HHHHH “BEAUTIFUL, RHYTHMIC AND FAITHFUL TO THE AUTHOR’S WORK” TIME OUT Tickets £10.50 THE THEATRE 14

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12 Days Of Corby

Fri 23 December 3.30pm & 7pm This term, inspired by what Christmas and Corby mean to them, our Get Involved groups have been exploring lots of different art forms and performance techniques to create a feel-good Christmas show. 12 Days Of Corby promises to bring you home for Christmas with a feast of music, dance, drama and digital art. This festive extravaganza features cheeky elves making mischief and movement, toe-tapping music, dazzling digital displays that transport you to the North Pole, and immersive drama to really get you in the Christmas spirit. Tickets £5 Combined Ticket ( A Christmas Carol & 12 Days Of Corby) £15 (Conc. £13) THE LAB

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Screaming Blue Murder

Don’t miss our Friday night comedy club in The Lab. Sit back and enjoy many of comedy’s rising stars in a relaxed and informal setting with its own pop-up bar. The compere for all three dates is Sally-Anne Hayward whose confident persona and quick wit have rapidly made her a much sought-after comedian and compere.

Fri 27 January 8pm Featuring Markus Birdman, one of comedy’s most versatile performers and writers who delights in debunking conventional wisdom; Eleanor Tiernan, an Irish comedian, actress and writer who was featured on Stewart Lee’s Alternative Comedy Experience; and Ola, who has appeared on ITV4 and MTV Base and writes for BBC Radio 4’s The Now Show and The News Quiz.

Fri 24 February 8pm With performances from Christian Reilly who makes use of his dynamic guitar and vocal skills to target histrionic rock bands, musical theatre and morose indie musicians; award-winning comedian and writer Sarah Callaghan, who was named as One To Watch by Time Out Magazine in 2014; and Hari Sriskantha who was a finalist for both the BBC Radio New Comedy Award and Chortle Student Comedy Award.

Fri 17 March 8pm Featuring Ian Cognito - brash, brilliant, loud, in-your-face comedy that is undercut with a self deprecating vulnerability; the “intensely funny” and “very talented” (Time Out) Jessica Fostekew; and Mark Smith, one of the most interesting and exciting young comics on the circuit.

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For ages 16+

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An Evening With Matt Stevenson Sat 14 January 7.30pm (doors 7pm)

An evening of contemporary, instrumental music performed on piano and guitar by local musician Matt Stevenson, featuring a guest vocal performance from Elio Andrade. With a programme comprising original and cover material from a wide range of styles and genres including progressive, easy listening, new age and blues.

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Play The Joker Sat 28 January 7.30pm

Thirty years since their last performance Play The Joker, one of Corby’s most popular bands during the 1980s, have reformed to play a series of gigs. Expect a blistering live set of their original rock ‘n’ roll influenced songs. Support on the night will be from one of Corby’s newest rock ‘n’ roll bands, the T100s.

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Gaz Brookfield Fri 10 March 8pm

Following the release of his fifth studio album, I Know My Place, Gaz Brookfield, who is currently supporting The Levellers on their 25th Anniversary Tour, brings his unique blend of folk storytelling, and catchy upbeat songs to The Core. Don’t miss this chance to see him perform his new album, for the first time, and grab a copy of the new album while you’re at it. The show features support from Northampton based alt-folk singer/songwriter Velvet Engine. Tickets £8.50 (Conc. £6.50) THE LAB

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Launchpad Launchpad is The Core’s showcase night which features the best new theatre from across the region by its most exciting theatre makers. Punchy stories, bold ideas, tales of love and loss, Launchpad is a night where artists and theatre companies get to try out some of their work in front of a supportive audience. Be the first to see the work here in the lab, let the artists know what you think, and help shape it as it develops. For this edition of Launchpad we’ll also be featuring new film work. Tickets £5 THE LAB

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Fri 31 March 7.45pm

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We’re doing something different with our film screenings here at The Core, and we’re very excited about it. We are delighted about the success of the neighbouring Savoy cinema, and are taking this opportunity to refocus our film programme in order to best serve local cinema-goers. After talking to our film-loving customers and volunteers, we are proud to have launched a film programme where we are making sure as many people as possible are welcome. This means that we are introducing an increased number of Dementia-Friendly and Autism-Friendly screenings. These screenings are open to all but we extend a particularly warm welcome to those living with dementia or autism, their companions and family members. We will also continue to offer screenings for those Over 55. Please find more details over these pages and also on our website at www.thecorecorby.com. We very much hope you will support us with our film programme and, as ever, please do share with us any feedback you may have on it.

Nick Walker, Director of The Core

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Tickets £6.50 (Conc. £4.50) + free companion ticket for those living with Dementia

in a supportive environment with reduced sound levels and partially raised lighting. Cinemagoers are free to move around, make a noise or take a break during the film if they need to. Tickets £6.50 (Conc. £4.50) + free companion ticket for those living with Autism

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We also have a number of films subtitled for the deaf and hard of hearing.

Our regular Tuesday morning screenings are programmed especially with our more mature filmgoers in mind. Although the screening is open to all, customers aged 55 and over receive a discounted ticket price and tickets include free tea or coffee and biscuits. Tickets £4.50 for customers aged 55 and over, otherwise £6.50, (Conc. £4.50)

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or trailers before the film but our bar will be open an hour before the screening serving snacks and refreshments. Specially trained staff will be on hand and the screening will also include an interval, clearer signage to help you find your way about, slightly brighter lighting and reduced sound. Customers are welcome to move about as they wish and we encourage you to sing along and enjoy yourself.

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In this delightful animated adventure Storks have moved on from delivering babies to delivering packages. But when an order for a baby appears, the best delivery stork must scramble to fix the error by delivering the baby. Featuring the voices of Andy Samberg, Katie Crown, Kelsey Grammer and Jennifer Aniston. HHHH “A SUGAR RUSH OF CUTENESS” THE OBSERVER

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Tue 17 January 11am (12A) David Oyelowo and Rosamund Pike star in this romantic drama from Amma Asante (Belle), telling the inspiring true story of Prince Seretse Khama, later to become the first president of Botswana, who caused a diplomatic stir when he married a London office worker in the late 1940s.

Winner of the Palme d’Or at this year’s Cannes Festival, the new film from Ken Loach takes a scathing look at the modern benefits system, following a joiner from Newcastle who becomes caught up in bureaucratic red tape after falling ill.

Ethel & Ernest

ST DF

Wed 1 February 11am (PG) Based on Raymond Briggs’ award-winning graphic novel, this animated feature film is a funny and touching tribute to his parents (voiced by Jim Broadbent and Brenda Blethyn). The entertaining and heartwarming story follows the two ordinary Londoners living through a period of extraordinary events and immense social change. HHHH “INCREDIBLY MOVING” EVENIGN STANDARD

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Guys And Dolls DF Wed 18 January 11am (U)

HHHHH “OYELOWO IS SUPERB” THE TIMES

Tue 31 January 11am (15)

HHHH “BLUNT, DIGNIFIED AND BRUTALLY MOVING” THE GUARDIAN

SS

Marlon Brando’s bold musical debut is a colourful tale consistently ranking as one of the greatest musicals of all time. He plays gambler Sky Masterson who bets Nathan Detroit (Frank Sinatra) that he can win the affection of a virtuous Salvation Army sergeant (Jean Simmons), setting himself up to lose both his money and his heart. HHHHH “ONE OF THE MOST THRILLING AND THOROUGHLY ENTERTAINING OF ALL MUSICALS” EMPIRE

Sully

ST SS

Tue 14 February 11am (12A) Tom Hanks stars in this thrilling drama from Clint Eastwood, based on the true story of Captain Chesley ‘Sully’ Sullenberger, who safely crash‑landed a plane on the Hudson River in 2009. However, even as Sully was being heralded by the public and the media for his unprecedented feat of aviation skill, an investigation was unfolding that threatened to destroy his reputation and his career.


An American In Paris

DF Moana

Wed 15 February 11am (U) Vincente Minelli’s 1951 musical features songs by George Gershwin and stars Gene Kelly as an American ex-GI who stays in post-war Paris to become a painter and falls in love with a French girl (Leslie Caron). Winner of six Academy Awards. HHHH THE GUARDIAN

La La Land

AF Gentlemen DF Prefer Blondes

Sat 18 February 11am (PG)

Disney’s sweeping new animated adventure follows a spirited Polynesian teenager who sails out on a daring mission to prove herself a master wayfinder, and fulfil her ancestors’ unfinished quest. With the voices of Dwayne Johnson, Jermaine Clement, Rachel House and Nicole Scherzinger. HHHH “DISNEY’S DAZZLING MOANA” DAILY TELEGRAPH

SS

Mary Poppins

DF

Wed 22 March 11am (U)

An original musical written and directed by Academy Awardnominee Damien Chazelle (Whiplash), telling the story of Mia (Emma Stone), an aspiring actress, and Sebastian (Ryan Gosling), a dedicated jazz musician, who are struggling to make ends meet in a city known for crushing hopes and breaking hearts.

Walt Disney’s 1964 classic about a magical nanny who helps bring the two children she’s in charge of closer to their father through songs and magical adventures. Starring Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke.

HHHHH “A SUN-DRENCHED MUSICAL MASTERPIECE ” THE GUARDIAN

HHHH “THE SONGS ARE CLASSICS” DAILY TELEGRAPH

Jane Russell and Marilyn Monroe star as showgirls Lorelei Lee and Dorothy Shaw who travel to Paris, pursued by a private detective hired by the suspicious father of Lorelei’s fiancé, as well as a rich, enamoured old man and many other doting admirers. HHHHH “A JOY” THE GUARDIAN

RELAX BEFORE THE FILM

Why not join us for a drink before the film? We have a great selection in our welcoming bar. You can choose from a wide range of hot and cold drinks and snacks.

See A Film

Tue 21 March 11am (12A)

Wed 1 March 11am (U)

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Alongside our main programme, our Creative Projects work invites people from across Corby and beyond to Get Involved at The Core. We offer a variety of ways to connect with us, providing creative sessions for all ages that include a dance, drama, digital and performance focus, amongst others. Throughout this work we want people to have fun, learn new skills and perhaps develop ambitions for themselves within the arts. We have bursaries available for most activity, see page 27 for details, so there are no barriers for anyone wanting to Get Involved.

0-11 years Rhyme Time

Tuesdays (Term Time only) 10am-10.30am & 11am-11.30am (ages 0-5) These fun and friendly sessions for children under 5 and their grown-ups include song, rhyme and stories. They are a great way to help language development. Price Free

Sparks Saturdays 10am-11am (ages 5-7) & 11.15am12.15pm (ages 8-11) Sparks is an exciting, lively and established youth theatre for 5-7 and 8-11 year olds. Working with a professional theatre maker, children will be able to bring their imaginations to life through theatre. Price £40 per term

12-18 years Core Actors

Wednesdays 5pm-6.30pm The Core’s Youth Theatre offers weekly workshops during term time for young people to develop their creativity through working with professional theatre practitioners. The Youth Theatre is a great place to make new friends, have fun and learn new skills. Price £80 per term

Bodyrox

From January to April, in association with Bodyrox Dance Company, we will be offering the chance for young people to get inspired through contemporary and urban dance forms. This includes their exclusive BDC Crew invitation class but also open classes.

Breakdance: Mondays 6pm-7.30pm

Price £5 per session

Advanced Street Dance: Wednesdays 6pm-7pm The Britannia Club, 21 Newman Street, Burton Latimer, Kettering, Northants, NN15 5SH Price £4.50 per session

Get Involved

Burton Latimer Recreation Centre, Pioneer Ave, Burton Latimer, Kettering NN15 5LJ

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Get Involved

Young Artists

Core Dancers

Thursdays 6.30pm-8pm Our Core Dancers group for young people aged 15-25 provides a learning experience in how to become a contemporary dance artist. The training programme includes weekly technique and choreography sessions from a professional dance practitioner, as well as working alongside other acclaimed artists and trips to see work across the UK. Price £100 per term

Core Ensemble Wednesdays 6.30pm-8pm Core Ensemble, aimed at young people aged 18-25, work on a variety of projects throughout the academic year. Throughout each term members will explore different theatrical techniques and have the chance to develop as a company and create their own work. Price £100 per term

Other Opportunities

Arts Award

Thursdays 5.30pm-6.30pm During term time we will be running weekly Arts Award sessions for young people aged 11-25 to access a unique qualification that will support them to grow as artists and arts leaders. Young people will be supported by an experienced Arts Award Advisor. Find out more about Arts Award at www.artsaward.org.uk. Price Bronze £26, Silver £32, Gold £43

Concept Tuesdays 5pm-7pm Concept is an innovative project supporting young people aged 14-19 to work with music and media professional’s to create, produce and record original music. See dates on website. Price FREE

Throughout 2016 The Core has been working with artists to support children and young people to develop their very own Arts Festival inspired by Shakespeare. These ideas will continue to develop in 2017.

Sun 23 April 24

Visit our website at www.thecorecorby.com to find out more.


Holiday Projects

February Hip Hop Half Term Mon 13 – Fri 17 February 9.30am-4.30pm Join us for an inspiring and educational Hip Hop Half Term, bringing you a jam packed insight into the culture of Hop Hop. It will include graffiti, battles, DJs and dance – all resulting in a showcase on Friday. Price £100 (sibling discount available)

Summer Play In A Week Mon 24 July – Fri 28 July 9.30am-4.30pm Join us this summer for our Play In A Week. You will work with professional theatre makers to create a play from scratch developing your performance skills along the way. This is a fun and inspiring challenge for young people interested in any aspect of theatre. We are running groups for ages 5-11 and 12-18. Price £100 (sibling discount available)

Over 55s

Over 55s Dance Classes Thursdays 2pm-3.30pm (term time only) This year we are working with Moving Together, a creative dance company, to provide fun and friendly classes that will keep over 55s fit and active. These accessible sessions are suitable for people with a range of abilities and allow participants to learn a variety of dance styles. Free taster sessions are available, to book please contact the Ticket Office. Price £5 per session

This season look out for

Launchpad Fri 31 March 7.45pm

Our Christmas Community Showcase

Our Platform For Regional Artist Development

See page 16

See page 17

Dreaming Our Woods Fri 5 - Sun 7 May 8pm The finale of the Our Woods season of events See page 13

Get Involved

12 Days Of Corby Fri 23 December Times vary

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Tickets 01536 470 470 www.thecorecorby.com @thecorecorby

The Core at Corby Cube

The Core at Corby Cube, George Street, Corby NN17 1QG

How To Book

By telephone: 01536 470 470, 10am-6pm MondaySaturday, and from one hour before performances on Sunday and Bank Holidays.

Seating Plan

In person: 9.30am-2.45pm Tuesday & Saturday. 9.30am-6pm Wednesday to Friday or until 15 minutes after the final performance or film has commenced. From one hour before performances on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday & Saturday evenings and Bank Holidays, closing 15 minutes after the final performance has commenced. Please check website for current telephone and Ticket Office opening hours.

Transaction Fee

A transaction fee of £1 applies for telephone and website bookings of £15 and over only. Does not apply in person or to Groups, and is per-transaction, not per-ticket. As ticket revenue is divided between many different parties, an increase in ticket prices may not necessarily benefit The Core. By adding a small transaction charge, we ensure that every penny of this goes to your local venue and the projects we run with local communities and young people.

Returns And Exchanges

We are unable to exchange or refund tickets. Ticket reservations must be paid for within four days of booking. We are unable to reserve tickets without payment within seven days prior to the performance or screening.

Discounts And Concessions Concessions are available for most shows and screenings for Under 16s, 60+, Students, Jobseekers, Disabled Patrons and Companions, and Groups of 10+. Additional concessions are available for certain shows and screenings, including family tickets (max 2 adults) – full details are highlighted on individual show entries and at www.thecorecorby.com.

Real Discounts

Restricted View tickets are available at a reduced rate for some performances and screenings – ask Ticket Office for details.

A limited number of free places are available for all Get Involved sessions for young people aged 5-19 who are facing financial difficulties. Email getinvolved@thecorecorby.com or call 01536 470 473 for more information.

Groups of 10+ qualify for the concessions price. Further discounts for Groups of 20+ and Schools are available on certain shows and films - please see page 5 for great savings on A Christmas Carol.

Bursaries

Support Us

Groups And Schools

If you are under 26, you could get free or discounted tickets for certain See A Show performances. Just join our Real Discounts scheme to find out more. Visit www.thecorecorby.com or call 01536 470 470 to find out more.

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Your Visit

Access

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Disabled Access/Blue Badge Holders – The Core at Corby Cube is fully accessible. Spaces for wheelchairs are available together with adjacent seats in the auditoria for companions or carers. Please contact us in advance to make arrangements to secure these seats. Parking for Blue Badge holders is available adjacent to Corby Cube. Guide Dogs are welcome. There is an induction loop in all performance spaces. Headsets are available at the Ticket Office. Please use the key on page 3 and the diary on pages 30 & 31to see where our accessible performances and screenings are available.

Getting Here The Corby Cube, George Street, Corby, NN17 1QG The Core is situated within easy reach of the train station, all the main bus routes and road links and a stone’s throw from Willow Place Shopping Centre. The entrance is located on George Street.

Large print and audio versions of this brochure available on request, please email info@thecorecorby.com Family Friendly

The Core is committed to being a family friendly organisation. Some of the facilities we offer to make your visit run as smoothly as possible include free buggy storage and cloakroom, booster seats and, of course, a warm and friendly welcome.

Car Parking

Parking is available right next door to Corby Cube and Corby East Midlands International Swimming Pool. If this is full, we suggest the Victoria Place car park as a suitable alternative. Please note that an evening parking charge of 20p applies from 6pm – midnight, Monday – Saturday inclusive. Sunday parking is free all day/evening.

The Small Print All concessions are subject to availability and should be checked at time of booking. Proof of status will be required. Please note that not all concessions are available with online booking. We reserve the right to make any alterations to the programme, performers, times and ticket prices. Every effort will be made to advertise changes in the local press and via www.thecorecorby.com. The Core collects all data in accordance with the Data Protection Act.

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Support Us The Core at Corby Cube is a registered charity, renowned for its work with children and young people. Whilst our imagination and inspiration is unlimited, the same cannot be said for our resources. From individual giving to sponsorship and legacy giving, there are various ways that individuals, groups or organisations can be involved:

Name A Seat

Name a seat as a distinctive gift for a loved one, or in recognition of your company or organisation

Individual Giving

Donating even the smallest amount makes a huge difference. Your donation will help us to continue our exciting projects working with young people and the communities of Corby and the surrounding areas.

Sponsorship

Whether you are a company or an individual, we can tailor-make packages to sponsor shows, seasons or community projects.

Legacy Giving

Leave a legacy in your will, or arrange a rare and special gift in memory of a loved one. Name a special bursary fund at The Core at Corby Cube and ensure that future generations can continue to access our work.

Business Club

Our Business Club offers a range of benefits including marketing and branding opportunities, free tickets, invitations to VIP events and hospitality packages.

To find out more, please contact Lucinda Hill on 01536 470472 or email lucinda.hill@thecorecorby.com.

We Would Like To Thank Without the generous support of our funders, individual donors and sponsors, volunteers and audiences, The Core at Corby Cube would not be thriving. Thank you for your support.

Core Funders

Business Club

The Margaret Giffen Charitable Trust

The Horner Foundation

Your Visit

Other Funders

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Diary

At A Glance Diary SS Silver Screen

SI Signed

DF Dementia-Friendly

AD Audio Described

AF Autism-Friendly

ST Subtitled

SHOW For A Christmas Carol schedule please see page 5 Fri 23 December

12 Days Of Corby

TIME

LOCATION

TYPE

PAGE

The Lab

Show

16

SI AD AF DF

3.30pm & 7pm

JANUARY Wed 4 January

Cinderella

7pm

The Theatre

Show

6

Thu 5 January

Cinderella

7pm

The Theatre

Show

6

Fri 6 January

Cinderella

7pm

The Theatre

Show

6

Sat 7 January

Cinderella

2pm & 7pm

The Theatre

Show

6

Sun 8 January

Cinderella

2pm

The Theatre

Show

6

Sat 14 January Tue 17 January

AF

Storks

11am

An Evening With Matt Stevenson

7.30pm

A United Kingdom

11am

SS DF

The Theatre

Film

20

The Lab

Show

17

The Theatre

Film

20

Wed 18 January

Guys And Dolls

11am

The Theatre

Film

20

Sat 21 January

The Sounds Of Home Orchestra

7.30pm

The Theatre

Show

6

Wed 25 January

Burns Night Celebrations

7.30pm

The Theatre

Show

6

Fri 27 January

Screaming Blue Murder

8pm

The Lab

Show

16

Sat 28 January

Play The Joker

7.30pm

The Lab

Show

17

Tue 31 January

I, Daniel Blake

11am

SS

The Theatre

Film

20

Ethel & Ernest

11am

DF ST

The Theatre

Film

20

FEBRUARY Wed 1 February Sat 4 February

Danny Baker: Cradle To The Stage

7.30pm

The Theatre

Show

7

Sat 11 February

The Wizard Of Oz

2pm & 6.30pm

The Theatre

Show

7

Sun 12 February

The Wizard Of Oz

2pm & 6.30pm

The Theatre

Show

7

Tue 14 February

Sully

11am

SS ST

Wed 15 February

An American In Paris

11am

DF

Fri 17 February

Chris & Pui

11am & 2pm 11am

AF

The Theatre

Film

20

The Theatre

Film

21

The Theatre

Show

7

Sat 18 February

Moana

The Theatre

Film

21

Fri 24 February

The Illegal Eagles: 20th Anniversary 7.30pm

The Theatre

Show

8

Screaming Blue Murder

The Lab

Show

16

8pm

Sat 25 February

NDance

7.30pm

The Theatre

Show

8

Tue 28 February

Mark Thomas: The Red Shed

7.30pm

The Theatre

Show

8

MARCH

30

DF

Wed 1 March

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

11am

Wed 8 March

Getting Dressed

1.30pm

The Theatre

Film

21

The Theatre

Show

9


SHOW Fri 10 March Sat 11 March

TIME

LOCATION

TYPE

PAGE

Abbamania

7.30pm

The Theatre

Show

9

Gaz Brookfield

8pm

The Lab

Show

17

Starlight Dance

7.30pm

The Theatre

Show

9

Wed 15 March

Corby Gang Show

7.15pm

The Theatre

Show

9

Thu 16 March

Corby Gang Show

7.15pm

The Theatre

Show

9

Fri 17 March

Corby Gang Show

7.15pm

The Theatre

Show

9

Screaming Blue Murder

8pm

The Lab

Show

16

Sat 18 March

Corby Gang Show

2.15pm & 7.15pm

The Theatre

Show

9

Sun 19 March

Pasha Kovalev

7.30pm

The Theatre

Show

10

Tue 21 March

La La Land

11am

SS

Wed 22 March

Mary Poppins

11am

DF

Thu 23 March

Classic Rock USA

7.30pm

The Theatre

Film

21

The Theatre

Film

21

The Theatre

Show

10

Fri 24 March

The Tiger Who Came To Tea

1.30pm & 4.30pm

The Theatre

Show

10

Sat 25 March

The Tiger Who Came To Tea

11am AF & 2pm

The Theatre

Show

10

Thu 30 March

Lee Hurst: Comedy Show No. 9

8pm

The Theatre

Show

11

Fri 31 March

A Beautiful Noise: The Neil Diamond 7.30pm Story

The Theatre

Show

11

Launchpad

The Lab

Show

17

7.45pm

APRIL Tue 11 April

The Etta James Story

7.30pm

The Theatre

Show

11

Wed 12 April

Lee Nelson: Serious Joker

7.30pm

The Theatre

Show

11

Sat 22 April

Goldilocks & The Three Bears

2pm, 4pm & 6pm

The Theatre

Show

12

Sat 29 April

Rock The Decades

7.30pm

The Theatre

Show

12

Fri 5 May

Dreaming Our Woods

8pm

The Theatre/ Other

Show

13

Sat 6 May

Dreaming Our Woods

8pm

The Theatre/ Other

Show

13

Sun 7 May

Dreaming Our Woods

8pm

The Theatre/ Other

Show

13

MAY

Thu 18 May

Joel Dommett: Live

8pm

The Theatre

Show

12

Sat 20 May

The Elves And The Shoemaker

1pm & 4pm

The Theatre

Show

13

Wed 31 May

9 To 5 The Musical

7.30pm

The Theatre

Show

14

9 To 5 The Musical

7.30pm

The Theatre

Show

14

JUNE Thu 1 June Fri 2 June

9 To 5 The Musical

7.30pm

The Theatre

Show

14

Sat 3 June

9 To 5 The Musical

7.30pm

The Theatre

Show

14

Thu 8 June

Kast Off Kinks

7.30pm

The Theatre

Show

14

Al Murray The Pub Landlord

7.30pm

The Theatre

Show

14

The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show

2pm & 4pm

The Theatre

Show

14

Fri 23 June

The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show

11am & 2pm

The Theatre

Show

14

Diary

Fri 9 June Thu 22 June

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