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Last admission to the Gallery@ will be 15 minutes prior to the closing time. The Box Office will remain open until 30 minutes after the start of all performances. 24 hour online booking www.barnsleycivic.co.uk

Tel: 01226 327 000 Fax: 01226 327 020 Email: enquiries@barnsleycivic.co.uk *Bank Holiday Opening Times may vary. Please check our website for details.

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The Gallery, Cabaret, An Evening With, Theatre, Dance, Music, Comedy, Family, Cinema@

Welcome to our Spring Season. As we say goodbye to Christmas, and the madness of school holidays, The Civic offers a perfect excuse for a great night out. This spring we have an eclectic mix of exciting live events, exhibitions and of course our film programme which features a chance to see the iconic film Kes (p20) introduced by its’ undoubted star Dai Bradley. With so much happening at The Civic, we wanted to tell you all about it, so we have included details of how you can feature in ‘The Royal Photographic Society’s 154th Print Exhibition’ by taking part in our very special Photography Workshops (p10), our 4th Craft Fair; I Love Craft (p18), showcasing the very best handmade crafts in Yorkshire and also this year’s Barnsley History Day (p26) in April. Early Bird Booking This season we are delighted to continue our Early Bird offer on selected performances. Just book and pay for your tickets on or before Saturday 14 January and get £2 off the advertised adult, and £1 off the children and concession ticket prices for all our family productions.

We look forward to welcoming you again soon.

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Whatever your interest there is sure to be something for you to enjoy here at The Civic, so turn the pages to find out what we can offer you this coming spring.

BARNSLEY

The Civic, Hanson Street, Barnsley S70 2HZ

Fergus Justice-Mills Chief Executive The Civic

Did you know… ...we also sell tickets for, and on behalf of, Music in The Round’s Ensemble 360 performances at Emmanuel Church, and for the Third Barnsley Acoustic Roots Festival. We are delighted to be selling tickets for their new seasons. Music in The Round First-time bookers can now enjoy their first concert for just £5*. *A maximum of two tickets can be purchased per household. FRIDAY 2 DECEMBER, 7.30pm: Ensemble 360 FRIDAY 10 FEBRUARY, 7.30pm: Ensemble 360 & Polly Ives The Chimpanzees of Happytown FRIDAY 10 FEBRUARY, 7.30pm: Ensemble 360 with actor – Intimate Letters The Third Barnsley Acoustic Roots Festival Friday April 6th to Sunday April 8th 2012 Easter Weekend Concerts, workshops and open mic sessions throughout. Artists from UK, USA and Canada Weekend tickets £50.00 if booked before 1 February 2012 Weekend tickets £55.00 if booked after 1 February 2012 Day tickets (Saturday or Sunday) £22.50 Evening tickets (Friday, Saturday or Sunday) £15.00 Afternoon tickets (Saturday or Sunday) £10.00 For a full list of the events we sell tickets for, visit our website at www.barnsleycivic.co.uk


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A Crafts Council Touring Exhibition

Date: Until Saturday 21 January Venue: The Gallery@ Time: Daily Free admission www.barnsleycivic.co.uk

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Lab Craft features 26 makers who combine hand, mind, and eye – as well as technical mastery of tools, materials, and aestheticsensibility – with cuttingedge digital technologies such as rapid prototyping, laser cutting, laser scanning, and digital printing. It is an exploration of technology as an extension to the capabilities of the human hand.

Membership A membership is required to see our selection; but never fear, a lifetime membership is now just £1 and each film is just £4, or £3 for concessions. Members can bring a guest along for just £5. Cinema@ The Civic exists to show critically acclaimed iconic, cult, and classic English and foreign language films, mostly released within the previous 12 months, along with classic films. Admittance to Cinema@ The Civic will not be granted without a valid membership.

Curated by Max Fraser (in partnership with the Crafts Council), and designed by maker, Tomoko Azumi, it includes work by some of the most experimental names in craft and design, including Tord Boontje, Michael Eden, Gareth Neal, Timorous Beasties, and Nina Tolstrup – with many showing new work. Textiles, ceramics, furniture, jewellery, glass, lighting, and more are featured.

*The Civic reserves the right to make changes to the advertised schedule.

Date: Tuesday 10 January Venue: Assembly Room Time: 2pm and 7pm Tickets: £5/£4/£3 (Guest/ Member/Concessions)

The Girl Who Played with Fire (2009) SUBTITLED

Eastwood–Bloom

Digital Adventures in Contemporary Craft

As computer hacker, Lisbeth, and journalist, Mikael, investigate a sextrafficking ring, Lisbeth is accused of three murders, which force her to go on the run whilst Mikael works to clear her name. Director: Daniel Alfredson Writer: Jonas Frykberg (screenplay), Steig Larsson (novel).

www.craftscouncil.org.uk www.labcraft.org.uk

Stars: Noomi Rapace, Michael Nyqvist, Lena Endre. Cert 15 Running time: 129mins

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Theatre Date: Thursday 12 January Venue: Assembly Room Time: 7.30pm Adults: £12 Concessions: £10 www.ajtctheatre.co.uk

AJTC Theatre Company Presents

The Tempest by William Shakespeare

Following their successful tour of Mike Kenny’s Scarecrow in 2010/11, AJTC Theatre Company returns to The Civic with their two-man production of The Tempest. The two actors conjure storms and apparitions, lay bare treasons and counterplot, and finally transport you to a brave new world of love and reconciliation.

Family Date: Sunday 22 January and Monday 23 January Venue: Assembly Room Time: 2.30pm (22 January), 10.30am & 1.30pm (23 January) Adults: £7 Children: £6 Concessions: £5 www.horseandbamboo.org

“I adore Horse and Bamboo. Simply, they make beautiful, stunning, and utterly engaging theatre. I cannot speak too highly about the quality and originality of their shows. A must-see company.” NICK PARK, TRIPLE OSCARWINNING ANIMATOR FOR WALLACE AND GROMIT

Cinema@ Date: Tuesday 24 January Venue: Assembly Room Time: 2pm and 7pm Tickets: £5/£4/£3 (Guest/ Member/Concessions)

‘A huge step forward for visual theatre.’ THE STAGE

Adapted and directed by Geoff Bullen – with a specially commissioned score by internationallyrenowned composer, Tot Taylor – including contributions from Stacey Kent, Alan Barnes and Simon Warner.

Akira (1988) Subtitled

Horse and Bamboo Theatre Presents

Red Riding Hood Directed by Alison Duddle Designed by Bob Frith Music by Loz Kaye

Book early and save! Book and pay for your tickets on or before Saturday 14 January and get £2 off the advertised ticket price, and £1 off children’s and concessions ticket prices for all our family productions.

The story that everybody knows – or do they? A young girl, a hungry wolf, and a walk through the woods – it sounds like a recipe for disaster, but Red Riding Hood’s not scared... well maybe she’s a little bit scared!

A secret military project endangers Neo-Tokyo when it turns a biker gang member into a rampaging psionic psychopath that only two kids and a group of psionics can stop. Director: Katsuhiro Ohtomo. Writers: Katsuhiro Ohtomo, and Izo Hashimoto. Cert 15 Running time: 124min Animation

Horse and Bamboo present a gorgeously rendered re-telling of the classic girl-and-the-wolf tale. Exquisite visuals blend with pantomime-style silliness and spooky moments to create an enchanting piece of theatre. Recommended for Ages 4+ Follow us on Facebook and Twitter: www.facebook.com/thecivicbarnsley www.twitter.com/barnsleycivic

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Music Date: Friday 27 January Venue: Assembly Room Time: 7.30pm Adults: £15 No concessions www.singalonga.net

Ever wanted to know what it's like to be a T-bird or a Pink Lady, but never quite felt cool enough to pull it off? Well, now’s your chance to don those pink jackets, grease-up those quiffs, and let your inhibitions go for an evening where you are the stars!

Sing-a-Long-a

Brought to you by the producers of Sing-aLong-a Sound of Music, this brand-new, singalong version of the classic film, starring John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John, will have you singing and dancing along to the lyrics in no time... and remember Grease is the word!

Grease

Fancy dress is strongly encouraged – and full audience participation essential!

Gallery Date: Thursday 2 February – Sunday 18 March Venue: The Panorama Time: Daily Free admission www.barnsleycivic.co.uk

Julie Newton

Persona Revisited Persona Revisited is a body of photographic work by Barnsley artist, Julie Newton. It concentrates on the association between home and identity, and the role of family life formed in the context of the work. Complex notions of the self are explored through the motherdaughter relationship. Julie uses her camera as a tool to capture the psychological shifts and emotional transitions between mother and daughter during the onset of early adolescence, while also exploring the traumatic effects of imminent loss within the family home. Themes of masquerade give the work a playful, yet ominous feel. Significant locations in and around the home add depth to the work and, using the distance of the camera, Julie produces evocative photographic images that confront the viewer.

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Gallery Date: Thursday 2 February – Friday 16 March Venue: The Gallery@ Time: Daily Free admission www.barnsleycivic.co.uk

For information on workshops see page 10

The Royal Photographic Society’s

154th International Print Exhibition The Royal Photographic Society is the foremost photographic society in the world. It was founded in 1853, when photography was in its infancy, and has been a leading force in its advancement ever since. Having been staged almost every year since the society’s formation, The International Print Exhibition is the longest standing exhibition of its kind. During its long history of over 150 years, it has gained a reputation for showcasing a wide range of genres and styles of photography, with cutting edge prints being shown alongside traditional work. This has ensured its uniqueness within the photographic world.

Martin John – SharkShop

Each year, the society invites submissions from professional, student, and amateur photographers worldwide, who comprise of both members and non-members. The exhibition is selected by five well-qualified photographers from different backgrounds, and Gold, Silver, and Bronze medals are awarded. The 154th International Print Exhibition displays 124 prints, featuring a wide variety of work from artistic to documentary; from portraiture to natural history. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter: www.facebook.com/thecivicbarnsley www.twitter.com/barnsleycivic

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An Evening With Date: Thursday 02 February Venue: Assembly Room Time: 7.30pm Adults: £16 Concessions: £14 www.barnsleycivic.co.uk

Simon Callow:

Charles Dickens & the Great Theatre of the World

“Simon Callow wears the mantle of Charles Dickens as comfortably as a Victorian gentleman might have sported a velvet smoking jacket.”

Photography

THE GUARDIAN

Simon Callow: “When you find a writer that you love, it's like finding a best friend. Dickens never ceases to delight me... There is in Dickens the spirit of the medieval carnival that just deeply turns me on. That sense of the world as one big body; a celebration and embrace of all its grotesqueness, the ugliness, the smell, the sweat.” One of the most English of English actors on stage and screen – with performances ranging from Four Weddings and a Funeral, Room with a View and Amadeus, to Waiting for Godot in the West End with Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart – Simon Callow is as versatile as he is unmistakable, and as much at home in comedy as in tragedy. His love affair with Dickens is long-standing, and tonight he is Charles Dickens; talking about him; reading from the works; conveying what he calls, “the energy, the scope, the generosity, the endless inventiveness.”

Photography workshops Are you interested in photography? Fancy making your own camera and having your images in The Gallery@ The Civic? Then we have a project for you! Every Saturday throughout February we will be running photography workshops at the Civic 10am–12pm. Over four weeks you will design and make your own pin hole camera, and find the inner artist by taking photos. Learn how to mount and display your pictures, which will become part of The Royal Photographic Societies 154th International Print exhibition (p8&9) here at The Civic. Feb 4, 11, 18, 25 £25.00 for all four sessions.

Don’t miss this opportunity to have an early taste of the 2012 celebrations of the 200th anniversary of Dickens’ birth. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter: www.facebook.com/thecivicbarnsley www.twitter.com/barnsleycivic

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Icarus Theatre Collective Presents

Date: Tuesday 7 February Venue: Assembly Room Time: 2pm and 7pm Tickets: £5/£4/£3 (Guest/ Member/Concessions)

Date: Friday 10 February Venue: Assembly Room Time: 7.30pm Adults: £12 Concessions: £10 www.icarustheatre.co.uk

Macbeth by William Shakespeare

Loose Cannons (2012) Subtitled Tommaso is the youngest of the Cantones – a large, traditional southern family operating a pasta-making business since the 1960s. On a trip home from Rome, where he studies literature and lives with his boyfriend, Tommaso decides to tell his parents the truth about himself. But when he is finally ready to come out in front of the entire family, his older brother Antonio ruins his plans. Director: Ferzan Ozpetek Writers: Ferzan Ozpetek, Ivan Cotroneo. Stars: Riccardo Scarmarcio, Nicole Gimaudo, Alessandro Prezios. Cert 15 Running Time: 110min

“Something wicked this way comes...” Highly acclaimed Icarus Theatre Collective – Time Out’s Critics’ Choice awardees – presents a bold and exciting performance of Shakespeare’s most bloody and fear-filled tragedy, Macbeth. Victorious on the battlefield, Macbeth’s nobility and bravery are rewarded by an indebted king; but, with each enemy slaughtered to serve his own vaulting ambition, his lust for power takes a deadly turn until he ferociously seizes control of the kingdom. However, violence breeds violence, and a reign born in blood quickly spirals out of control as his deeds return to destroy him. Blending traditional and inventive physical theatre techniques, original music, evocative design, and original verse, this new production from one of the UK’s most dynamic theatre companies is perfect for audiences both old and new to Macbeth. Suitable for audiences aged 12 and over. Free Q&A with the company after the show. SCHOOLS WORKSHOPS AVAILABLE: Contact the box office 01226 327 000 Box office: 01226 327 000 Book Tickets Online at: www.barnsleycivic.co.uk


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Comedy Date: Saturday 11 February Venue: Assembly Room Time: 8pm Adults: £13 No concessions www.barnsleycivic.co.uk

Family Date: Sunday 12 February Venue: Assembly Room Time: 1pm & 3pm Adults: £7 Children: £6 Concessions: £5 www.hiccuptheatre.co.uk

Book early and save! Book and pay for your tickets on or before Saturday 14 January and get £2 off the advertised ticket price, and £1 off children’s and concessions ticket prices for all our family productions.

Hiccup Theatre in association with The Point Eastleigh Presents

The Owl and the Pussycat

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An Evening With

Date: Tuesday 21 February Venue: Assembly Room Time: 2pm and 7pm Tickets: £5/£4/£3 (Guest/ Member/Concessions)

Date: Saturday 18 February Venue: Assembly Room Time: 8pm Adults: £15 No concessions www.andykershaw.co.uk

Andy Kershaw

by Edward Lear

Steve Hughes

Big Issues Inimitable Australian comic and ex heavy metal drummer, Steve Hughes, comes direct from sell-out shows at the Sydney and Melbourne Comedy Festivals to embark upon his eagerly-awaited debut tour. Storming sets on Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow (BBC One), Stand Up for the Week (CH4), and One Night Stand (Dave); expect intelligent, straight-talking social commentary from one of the most original and thought-provoking performers to grace the UK circuit.

‘Outstanding. Hughes is gold.’ METRO

‘Hard-edged social commentary at its best...’

A Clockwork Orange (1971) Andy Kershaw truly has no off switch.

A nonsense family adventure for ages 3–7!

Born in Rochdale in 1959, Andy was liberated by Bob Dylan. As a teenager, he was Billy Bragg’s driver and roadie one day; and – barely out of his teens and looking about eleven – was presenting Whistle Test and Live Aid for the BBC the next.

In this enchanting retelling of Lear’s classic poem, follow The Owl and the Pussycat as they set out on the high seas with only some honey, money, and a runcible spoon to help them find their way through a topsy-turvy world!

A born rebel and maverick, he’s combined his passion for music with a lunatic curiosity and instinct for frontline journalism, reporting for the BBC and broadsheets from the world’s most extreme countries – Iraq, North Korea (four times), Haiti, Angola, and Rwanda during the genocide.

Along the way, they meet the piggy wig; the turkey that lives on the hill; and, the strangest looking tree you’ll ever see!

He’s had a weekly radio show pioneering extraordinary music from all over the world for the past 25 years, and he’s also worked for the Rolling Stones and Bruce Springsteen.

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‘Intelligent, provocative, profound... See him while it’s still legal.’ CHORTLE

Enjoy this absurd hogwash of nonsense featuring silly songs, babbling puppets, and smaller than life characters. Recommended for Ages 3-7

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His record collection weighs seven tons, and he’s seen his own intestines. He’s been knocked down, but he’s back up again – as strong as a monkey’s tail! His life’s been like High Fidelity amplified ten-fold... in a war zone.

In future Britain, charismatic delinquent Alex DeLarge is jailed and volunteers for an experimental aversion therapy developed by the government in an effort to solve society's crime problem... but not all goes to plan. Director: Stanley Kubrick Writers: Stanley Kubrick (screenplay), Anthony Burgess (Novel). Cert 18 Running Time: 136 mins

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Family

Date: Saturday 25 February Venue: Assembly Room Time: 8pm Adults: £15 No concessions www.barnsleycivic.co.uk

Date: Sunday 26 February Venue: Assembly Room Time: 2.30pm Adults: £7 Children: £6 Concessions: £5 www.barnsleycivic.co.uk

Avalon Presents

Theatre Book early and save! Book and pay for your tickets on or before Saturday 14 January and get £2 off the advertised ticket price, and £1 off children’s and concessions ticket prices for all our family productions.

***** CHORTLE

Book early and save! Book and pay for your tickets on or before Saturday 14 January and get £2 off the advertised ticket price, and £1 off children’s and concessions ticket prices for all our family productions.

Niki McCretton Presents

RedCape Theatre Presents

Muttnik: The First Dog in Space

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Richard Herring: What is Love Anyway? ‘Stimulating and exhilarating... Utterly hilarious.’

Date: Thursday 1 March Venue: Assembly Room Time: 7.30pm Adults: £12 Concessions: £10 www.redcapetheatre.co.uk

Produced by Turtle Key Arts A tale of friendship, defiance, a shrinking island, synchronized swimming, and trying to turn back the tide. With the unrelenting encroachment of the shoreline, the sea swallows the row of bungalows, the road, the garage, and eats its way to the back door of 1 Beach Road, where the inhabitants refuse to budge. Victoria and Jane are left standing at the edge of a precipice. Exploring the metaphorical connections between Alzheimer’s and coastal erosion, the play asks, “What is it like to lose everything – your home, and your memories?”

Does anybody love anybody anyway? A question asked by insane, Welsh poet/philosopher, Howard Jones, in 1983; and finally, someone dares to answer.

‘Kid’s physical theatre at its most simple, but effective.’

Does Richard’s dry-cleaner genuinely love him? How could a romantic gesture involving Ferrero Rochers get dangerously out of control?

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Having sorted out religion (Christ on a Bike), politics (Hitler Moustache), and penises (Talking Cock), the star of the award winning podcast, As It Occurs to Me, and Radio 4’s, Richard Herring’s Objective, seeks to define and destroy love... before love destroys him. Again.

‘A little glistening shell of a show’ THE GUARDIAN

Muttnik is a stray who lives on the streets of Moscow, cold and hungry, until one day... she is captured. To her surprise, she finds herself in a new home with food, water, and adventures better than her dreams... she lives at the Russian Space centre, and is to become the first dog in space! She flies rockets; dances in zero gravity; and goes where no dog has gone before! What will be her first message home? And what will it be like to dig holes on the moon? Told with dance, music, and puppetry. Recommended for Ages 3+

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Date: Saturday 3 March Venue: Assembly Room Time: 7.30pm Adults: £14 Concessions: £12 www.worbeyandfarrell.com

Date: Tuesday 6 March Venue: Assembly Room Time: 2pm and 7pm Tickets: £5/£4/£3 (Guest/ Member/Concessions)

Date: Thursday 8 March Venue: Assembly Room Time: 7.30pm Adults: £14 Concessions: £12 www.phoenixdancetheatre.co.uk

Date: Friday 9 March Venue: Assembly Room Time: 8pm Adults: £14 Concessions: £12 www.petefirman.co.uk

‘Everyone should see this company’

Phil McIntyre Entertainments by Arrangement with Objective Talent Proudly Present

‘An entertaining evening of stylish, witty banter; comic song, and blatant musical showboating.’ CHORTLE

“Incredible.” EAMONN HOLMES, THIS MORNING (ITV)

Internationally acclaimed musical comedy duo – formerly known as Katzenjammer – take a ‘hugely impressive’ (Chortle) and hilarious look at the piano’s most famous pieces and players. Expect exquisite musical virtuosity, utter stupidity, and rapier wit combined with a breathtaking display of gymnastic piano playing talent – all with four hands on one grand piano!

DANCE EUROPE

Pete Firman: Jiggery Pokery ‘A gob-smackingly talented magician... equally good at stand-up. Immaculate timing.’ THE METRO

My Afternoons with Margueritte Subtitled

Worbey and Farrell

Well Strung!

An illiterate and lonely man bonds with an older and well-read woman. Directors: Jean Becker Writers: Jean Becker and Jean-Loup Dabadie. Stars: Gerard Depardieu, Gisele Casadesus, Maurane. Cert 15 Running time: 82min

Phoenix Dance Theatre

Crossing Points Works by Aletta Collins, Kwesi Johnson, Henri Oguike and Ana Luján Sánchez Following the success of their 2011 performance, Reflected, Phoenix Dance Theatre return to The Civic with their latest exciting mixed programme, Crossing Points, featuring the world premieres of two contrasting dance works. Inspired by Magritte’s iconic painting, ‘The Son of Man’; Ana Luján Sánchez’s Catch immerses the audience in an abstract, surreal world filled with intricate, dynamic, and thought-provoking choreography. SoundClash, by Kwesi Johnson, sees dancers blending styles to mimic the complex and beautiful patterns created by sound waves when made visible. This exhilarating programme also features the return of Henri Oguike’s, Signal; and, a first chance for the Civic audience to see Aletta Collins’ sassy, hilarious, modern Phoenix classic, Maybe Yes Maybe, Maybe No Maybe. Recommended for Ages 8+ Free Q&A with the company after the show.

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Following a fantastic run at this year’s Edinburgh Festival; everyone’s favourite comedic conjuror is taking his hilarious new five-star show Jiggery Pokery on a national tour. As seen on Comedy Rocks with Jason Manford, Saturday Live Again! and For One Night Only (all ITV1); Dirty Tricks, and Derren Brown’s 3D Magic Spectacular (Channel 4); and The Secret World of Magic (Sky 1). Expect amazing feats that defy logic, a fast and furious delivery of gags and astounding tricks that will leave you dumbfounded for days!

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Family Date: Sunday 11 March and Monday 12 March Venue: Assembly Room Time: 2.30pm (11 March), 10.30am & 1.30pm (12 March) Adults: £7 Children: £6 Concessions: £5 www.bombasticdance.org

Theatre Book early and save! Book and pay for your tickets on or before Saturday 14 January and get £2 off the advertised ticket price, and £1 off children’s and concessions ticket prices for all our family productions.

Date: Thursday 15 March – Saturday 17 March Venue: Assembly Room Time: 7.30pm – 15, 16, 17 March plus 2pm matinee 17 March Adults: £15 Concessions: £13 www.barnsleycivic.co.uk

Quidem Productions

Dust ‘In spite of the fact that it is steeped in politics and history, dust is a story about domestic and family tragedy set against a backdrop of contemporary social upheaval. It is balanced, nuanced, passionate, understanding, humane – and really quite brilliant.’ FEST

Bombastic Dance present

Beyond the Stars I LOVE CRAFT @ The Civic is a delicious addition to the South Yorkshire craft scene. The events are organised by The Civic, to promote craft within Barnsley and South Yorkshire.

As they reflect on battles past, Scargill and his publisher have a visitor – an ageing militant miner with his own take on Scargill's controversial legacy. In a Britain partly shaped by their actions, fierce old fighters slug it out over the dust of history; and the catalyst of Margaret Thatcher’s death triggers a series of events and reflections that go right back to the 1920s, the General Strike, and another Arthur – miners’ union leader, Arthur Cook.

Our fairs will feature a variety of different makers including textiles, ceramics, embroidery, jewellery, artwork and photography. All stallholders will be selling only handmade items or prints based on original artworks. Date: Saturday 10 March Time: 10am – 4pm Free Admission

It is the day of Margaret Thatcher’s death. In his flat in London’s Barbican, miners’ leader Arthur Scargill reacts to the news that his old adversary has gone.

Travel with Bombastic’s astronauts, as they take you on a magical dance journey through dangerous meteor storms into unexplored worlds – encountering some unusual aliens along the way – and discover the wonders that lurk Beyond the Stars!

Meanwhile, in Yorkshire, a young couple face unemployment – a threat which even today has not subsided.

With its distinctive humour and quirky dance style, this wonderful family production takes us into an alien world where dance interacts with stunning animation.

Winning 4 and 5 star reviews – and a ‘must-see’ accolade at its premiere in the 2011 Edinburgh Festival – Dust now comes to Barnsley to start its tour.

Not to be missed! Recommended for Ages 5+ Follow us on Facebook and Twitter: www.facebook.com/thecivicbarnsley www.twitter.com/barnsleycivic

‘A polished production, Dust is clearly intended for a life beyond Edinburgh, and it is likely to move and involve audiences wherever it goes.’ THEATRE GUIDE Box office: 01226 327 000 Book Tickets Online at: www.barnsleycivic.co.uk


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Cinema@ Date: Tuesday 20 March Venue: Assembly Room Time: 7pm Tickets: £7/£5/£4 (Guest/ Member/Concessions)

Kes, with Dai Bradley A young, English workingclass boy spends his free time caring for and training his pet falcon.

Comedy Date: Friday 23 March Venue: Assembly Room Time: 8pm Adults: £17.50 No concessions www.avalonuk.com/shows/ view/236

‘In a terrific show mainly about his love life, Russell Kane‘s routines about The X Factor and first-class train travel contained some of the finest and funniest critical thinking about British public life.’ THE GUARDIAN

After achieving what no other comedian has managed to achieve – winning both the Foster’s Edinburgh Comedy Award and the Barry Award (the two most prestigious prizes in comedy) in 2010 with his stand-up show Smokescreens & Castles – Russell Kane presents Manscaping.

‘Manscaping confirms his status as one of the most stimulating comedians around.’

Director: Ken Loach Writers: Barry Hines Stars: Dai Bradley, Brian Glover and Freddie Fletcher. Cert PG Running time: 110min

The film KES is ranked seventh in the British Film Institute’s Top Ten (British) Films and is amongst the top ten in its list of the 50 films you should see by the age of 14. David – Dai – Bradley will host this special screening of this classic British film. After a short introduction by Billy Casper himself, relax and enjoy the film, followed by an invitation to ask questions to David. An opportunity to purchase merchandise – which supports some of David’s chosen charities – will be available after the event.

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THE TIMES

‘Kane wrings dark humour from his own pain, and his comedy is all the better for coming from a different and more difficult place.’

Mercilessly exploring the ridiculous state of masculinity in the modern world, Manscaping sees the Comedy Rocks; Mock the Week (BBC2); 8 Out of 10 Cats (Channel 4) regular, and ITV2 I’m A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here... Now presenter, examine the possible 12 shapes that manhood takes over the years. He shaves his chest fur – you watch and laugh!

THE OBSERVER

Avalon Presents

Russell Kane: Manscaping

Family Date: Sunday 25 March Venue: Assembly Room Time: 11am, 1pm & 3pm Adults: £7 Children: £6 Concessions: £5 www.barnsleycivic.co.uk

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Mimika Theatre

Landscapes The sun rises over a buzzing desert. A chick hatches. The Eagle leaves its nest in search of food. Below, the meerkats are alert. The journey begins. Set inside a beautiful calico dome, this wonderful production explores the desert, rainforest, sea, and Antarctic in a crowded kaleidoscope of the constant movements of the large and small; the speedy and the slow; the beautiful and the ugly; and the familiar and the bizarre. Using puppets, digital projections, and original lighting and soundscapes. Recommended for Ages 4–11 and their families.

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Gallery Date: Monday 28 March – Friday 8 June Venue: The Gallery@ Time: Daily Free admission www.barnsleycivic.co.uk

Catwalk to Cover A front row seat For many people, the catwalk show is something exclusive, resulting in a few outfits in magazines that they will never be able to afford. But there is so much more to it than that – as this new touring exhibition from the Fashion and Textile Museum in London demonstrates by putting the whole process, from catwalk to cover, under the microscope.

Kirstin Sinclair

Through a series of images by top photographers covering the different elements that make up the catwalk shows – backstage to front row, catwalk to street style – the viewer will get an insight into the often chaotic world that makes up the glamorous fashion shows we see on TV and in magazines. Visitors will get a look at some of the more unusual catwalk moments captured by photographers working at shows from the most well-known designers in the business, including Karl Lagerfeld, Vivienne Westwood, Alexander McQueen, and Marc Jacobs.

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Theatre Date: Thursday 29 March Venue: Assembly Room Time: 7.30pm Adults: £12 Concessions: £10 www.thepaperbirds.com

Music Book early and save! Book and pay for your tickets on or before Saturday 14 January and get £2 off the advertised ticket price, and £1 off children’s and concessions ticket prices for all our family productions.

Date: Friday 30 March Venue: Assembly Room Time: 8pm Adults: £14 Concessions: £12 www.richard-durrant.com

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Family

Date: Saturday 31 March Venue: Assembly Room Time: 7.30pm Adults: £15 No concessions www.henryblofeld.co.uk

Date: Sunday 1 April Venue: Assembly Room Time: 1pm & 3pm Adults: £7 Children: £6 Concessions: £5 www.littleangeltheatre.com

The Paper Birds

‘Extraordinary virtuosity... a simply unmissable treat.’

Henry Blofeld:

Thirsty

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Blowers, Shaken, Not Stirred

‘Flawless and mesmerising’ ACOUSTIC MAGAZINE

‘Terrifically sharp, vibrantly choreographed, and sensitively paced, poignant without getting preachy.’ THE INDEPENDENT

The Paper Birds present a work in progress sharing of Thirsty, a theatrical exploration into the upsurge of the binge drinking culture currently gripping the UK.

Research and Development process supported by The Junction Goole.

Little Angel Theatre

Goldilocks

Richard Durrant

The Number 26 Bus to Paraguay

Thirsty looks past the facts and figures of binge drinking to the faces and voices of women admitted into A&E in the dead of the night, and of the lone girls sitting on pavements unable to stand. Exploring the stories and social repercussions of lost memories and gained traumas, Thirsty is the tale of bruised knees, uncontrollable laughter, forgotten moments, and urinestained beds... a story that repeats itself across the UK and beyond every Friday night.

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There’s so much more to Henry Blofeld than the cosy, old Test Match Special commentary box. No one has lived life more to the full.

The inspiring tale of how a young boy on the number 26 bus to his first guitar lesson ended up in Paraguay as an honoured guest. Based on his latest album The Number 26 Bus To Paraguay, maverick concert guitarist Richard Durrant follows his successful Guitar Whisperer series of concerts with a show celebrating the life & music of Augustin Barrios, including, along the way, music by Django Reinhardt, Claude Debussy and Los Paraguayos. Featuring animation and film projected behind Richard as he plays, in a musical event that demonstrates just how far one man can expand the expressive range of the guitar, light years from what you might expect a classical guitar recital to be.

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In Blowers, Shaken, not Stirred, he talks about his upbringing, education, and his entry into the world of journalism and broadcasting with some great stories. There are some hysterical Test Match Special commentary box moments, with stories of John Arlott, Brian Johnston and the others – including the great Jim Swanton, who was such a snob he refused to travel in the same car as his chauffeur! Further irresistible name-drops include recollections of Ian Fleming in Jamaica and The Master, Noel Coward, dear old ‘Don’t panic, Captain Mainwaring’ Clive Dunn is another of his friends, and then Lawrence Olivier and Alec Guinness get a mention. It's a guinea-a-minute, and more than an hour and a half of uncomplicated fun and laughter which makes everyone feel a great deal better. By the end, the entire audience is both shaken and stirred, and positively itching for more.

Goldilocks – as we all know – likes to explore the world and experience new things. However, when she wanders into an empty house this time, she finds much more than three bowls of porridge... but what will happen when the bears return and find her? Using table-top puppetry and musical influences from around the world, this production brings this classic story to life with a twist. Recommended for Ages 2-5

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Cinema@ Date: Tuesday 3 April Venue: Assembly Room Time: 2pm and 7pm Tickets: £5/£4/£3 (Guest/ Member/Concessions)

Blue Velvet After finding a severed human ear in a field, a young man soon discovers a sinister underworld lying just beneath his idyllic suburban home town. Director: David Lynch Writers: David Lynch Stars: Isabella Rossellini, Kyle MacLachlan, Dennis Hopper. Cert 18 Running Time: 120min

Experience Barnsley

Barnsley History Day – Barnsley History Fair 2012

It’s moving day!

Family Date: Sunday 15 April Venue: Assembly Room Time: 1pm & 3pm Adults: £7 Children: £6 Concessions: £5 www.balletlorent.com

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John discovers a bottomless box that leads him Underneath the Floorboards and into a strange and magical world, where Doe eyed Fawn, blue bundle of fluff, Guffy, and punky Mimic, lead John on a delightfully starlit journey home. Filled with original songs and beautiful movement; parents can relax while children get to interact with both performers and story. Recommended for Ages 0-5

Underneath the Floorboards

A fantastic day full of family activities, performances, displays and much more! Explore Barnsley’s past, present, and future through exciting exhibitions; discover your family history; and meet some special guests along the way. The event is part of the creation of Experience Barnsley – the new museum and archives centre which opens later in the year at the Town Hall – so you can make history too! Date: Saturday 7 April www.barnsleylive.co.uk

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Date: Tuesday 17 April Venue: Assembly Room Time: 2pm and 7pm Tickets: £5/£4/£3 (Guest/ Member/Concessions)

Date: Thursday 19 April Venue: Assembly Room Time: 7.30pm Adults: £12 Concessions: £10 http://analogueproductions.blogspot.com/

Developed at Farnham Maltings, National Theatre Studio and Jacksons Lane. Supported by The Wellcome Trust, Royal Holloway University of London and Arts Council England.

Analogue presents

2401 Objects by Hannah Barker, Liam Jarvis and Lewis Hetherington

Comedy

Dance

Date: Saturday 21 April Venue: Assembly Room Time: 8pm Adults: £12 Concessions: £10 www.makinprojects.co.uk/tours.html

Date: Wednesday 25 April Venue: Assembly Room Time: 7.30pm Adults: £12 Concessions: £10 www.companychameleon.com

Makin Projects presents Boothby Graffoe and Nick Pynn:

Is This Your Vehicle, Sir? in association with Theatr Mwldan, Cardigan Music. Funny stuff. More music. Interval. Even more music. Even more funny stuff. Encore – possibly combining music and funny stuff. End. Get kicked out of venue. Get let back in venue. Buy CD. Go home. Listen to CD. Have eggs.

In a Better World Subtitled The lives of two Danish families cross each other, and an extraordinary but risky friendship comes into bud. But loneliness, frailty and sorrow lie in wait.

Boothby & Nick follow on from the success of The Return Of Boothby Graffoe 2011 tour by having another jolly trip up and down the country to promote the new studio album Is This Your Vehicle Sir? which is released in February 2012.

Director: Susanne Bier Writers: Anders Thomas Jensen Stars: Mikael Persbrandt, Trine Dyrholme and Markus Rygaard Cert 15 Running Time: 119min

‘I defy anyone not be drawn into this deeply moving examination of life, death and memory.’ **** THE TELEGRAPH

Arriving directly from an acclaimed run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, 2401 Objects is the new Fringe-First winning show by ‘bright new things of British Theatre’, Analogue Productions. In 1953, Henry Molaison emerges from experimental brain surgery without any recollection of the last two years of his life, or the ability to form new memories. In 2009, Patient H.M.’s brain is dissected live on the internet to a global audience of 400,000 people; cut into carefully preserved slices – manuscripts of tissue like the pages of a book. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter: www.facebook.com/thecivicbarnsley www.twitter.com/barnsleycivic

“Boothby Graffoe is a multi-talented, darkly hilarious, grade A British eccentric, who can twist your funny bone one minute, and break your heart the next. A musical comedy act, who is more musical than most musicians, and funnier than most comedians.” STEWART LEE, COMEDIAN

Company Chameleon

Gameshow A new dance piece about desire, seduction, and manipulation. Company Chameleon’s Anthony Missen and Kevin Edward Turner invite you to watch and pass judgement, as contestants test their luck against J.O.Z – the personification of excess itself. What will be won and what will be sacrificed? Packed full of physical movement, fearless dancing and athletics; with prizes, power, money, fame, celebrity, and a cult following up for grabs – or at the very least a new pair of trainers – from the sublime to the wholly absurd, Missen and Turner ask what needs to be sacrificed in order to win big. ‘Fearless dancers and acute observers of human behaviour.’ THE GUARDIAN

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Presented by the team behind How The Koala Learnt To Hug, this magical new show has been written especially for parents to enjoy with their children, so come and relive the delights of this most charming of tales with a feast of first class games, colourful animal characters and heart warming family fun.

Data Protection The Civic is managed by Barnsley Civic Enterprise Ltd. The Civic operates a box office service on behalf of theatres and festivals in Barnsley. We would like to add or retain your name and contact details on our marketing lists so that we can keep you informed about future events and other developments. This means that you will receive information from those theatres and festivals in Barnsley we provide this service to, and from companies visiting those theatres and festivals. You will not receive information from non-arts organisations. If you do not wish to receive this information, please tick the relevant box online, on the booking form, inform a Box Office Assistant if booking by phone or in person, or inform any member of Civic staff. If you have any queries please contact Robert Holmes in the Marketing Department on (01226 327 000)

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Refunds and Exchanges We regret that tickets cannot be refunded or exchanged. If a performance is sold out tickets may be returned to the Box Office for re-sale although no guarantee can be given for a re-sale.

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Discounts and Concessions The Civic offers discounts to the following people: under 16s, students in full time education, disabled people, 60+ in full time retirement, job seekers and participants of the New Deal. Discounts are subject to availability and may vary according to the visiting producer and the show. Concession prices are shown when they apply.

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‘A great introduction to the theatre, with just the right balance of sitting, listening, and taking part.’

Box Office Payment and Ticket Collection There is a transaction fee of £1.50 per booking – except for bookings made in person at the Box Office using cash. All tickets booked 7 days in advance will be posted to you at no extra charge. Tickets purchased less than 7 days in advance should be collected from the Box Office.

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Book early and save! Book and pay for your tickets on or before Saturday 14 January and get £2 off the advertised ticket price, and £1 off children’s and concessions ticket prices for all our family productions.

Opening Hours The Civic is open 7 days a week Monday – Saturday 10am – 5pm Sunday 10am – 4pm Last admission to the Gallery@ will be 15 minutes prior to the closing time. The Box Office will remain open until 30 minutes after the start of all performances.

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Date: Sunday 29 April Venue: Assembly Room Time: 2.30pm Adults: £7 Children: £6 Concessions: £5 www.ptc.org.uk

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By Bus All buses terminate at Barnsley Interchange. Leave by the main entrance and head up Regent Street South, The Civic is on your left after approximately 200 yards. By Rail Trains run frequently to Barnsley Interchange from Huddersfield, Leeds and Sheffield. Leave by the main entrance and head up Regent Street South, The Civic is on your left after approximately 200 yards. By Road The Civic is situated in the heart of Barnsley Town centre, from junction 37 M1 follow signs for Town Centre.

P Car Parking The nearest car parking to The Civic is available at the Court House Car Park, County Way, S70 2DT, just off Regent Street. Car Parking is free after 6pm, and on Saturdays and Sunday (subject to change). Disabled Car Parking There are a limited number of parking spaces for disabled badge holders on Hanson Street. There is also an area on Hanson for drop off only.

Terms and Conditions Details of events are correct at the time of print. Please contact box office in advance to confirm lisitings and availability. All ticket purchases are nonrefundable. Full terms and conditions are available at www.barnsleycivic.co.uk. For further information on age suitability please ask.

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1st 2nd 1 Beech Road 7.30pm p15

Lab Craft continues 

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3rd Well Strung! 7.30pm p16

4th

The Royal Photographic Society’s Print Exhibition continues 

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6th

7th

8th

5th

6th 7th My afternoons with Margueritte 2pm & 7pm p16

8th 9th Crossing Points Pete Firman: 7.30pm Jiggery Pockery p17 8pm p17

10th Love craft 10am–4pm p18

10th 11th The Girl Who Played with Fire 2pm & 7pm p3

12th The Tempest 7.30pm p4

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12th 13th Beyond The Stars 10.30pm & 1.30pm p18

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15th Dust 7.30pm p19

17th 18th Dust 2pm & 7.30pm p19

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22nd Red Riding Hood 10.30am p5

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20th KES/Dai Bradley 7pm p20

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23rd Russell Kane: Manscaping 8pm p21

23rd Red Riding Hood 10.30am & 1.30pm p5 30th

24th AKIRA 2pm & 7pm p5

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28th Catwalk to Cover p22–23

29th Thirsty 7.30pm p24

30th 31st Richard Durrant Henry Blofeld 8pm 7.30pm p24 p25

16th Dust 7.30pm p19

11th Beyond The Stars 2.30pm p18

The Royal Photographic Society’s Print Exhibition ends 

24th

25th Landscapes 11am,1pm &3pm p21

Lab Craft ends 

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February

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13th

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4th Photography Workshops 10am–12pm p10

5th Wedding Fayre 10am–4pm

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10th Macbeth 7.30pm p11

11th

12th The Owl and the Pussy Cat 1pm & 3pm p12

9th

19th

26th Mutnik: The First Dog in Space 2.30pm p15

Simon Callow 7.30pm p10 The Royal Photographic Society’s Print Exhibition p8–9

7th 8th Loose Cannons 2pm & 7pm p11 14th

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21st A Clockwork Orange 2pm & 7pm p13

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3rd Blue Velvet 2pm & 7pm p26

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7th Barnsley History day p26

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15th Underneath the Floorboards 1pm & 3pm p27

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17th In a better world 2pm & 7pm p28

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19th 2401 objects 7.30pm p28

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21st Is This Your Vehicle, Sir? 8pm p29

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25th Gameshow 7.30pm p29

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29th There Was an Old Woman... 2.30pm p30

Catwalk to Cover continues 

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Steve Hughes Big Issues 8pm Photography Workshops 10am–12pm

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18th Andy Kershaw 8pm p13 Photography Workshops 10am–12pm

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1st Goldilocks 1pm & 3pm p25

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25th Richard Herring 8pm p14 Photography Workshops 10am–12pm p10

From Catwalk to Cover continues 

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The Royal Photographic Society’s Print Exhibition continues 

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The Gallery An Evening With Theatre Dance Music Comedy Family Cinema@ Box office: 01226 327 000 Book Tickets Online at: www.barnsleycivic.co.uk

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Students & Young’uns: Cheep Tickets! There are cheep seats available at The Civic for Students and Under 26’s! All Under 26’s AND Students can get tickets for theatre and dance performances for just half the full price! So if you’re at a loose end one night, call Box Office for your Cheep tickets on 01226 327 000.

Wedding Fayre @ The Civic Sunday 5 February 11.00am–4.00pm Featuring professional bridal fashion catwalk shows, tasting sessions and demonstrations, with exhibitor stands showcasing flowers to favours, caterers to cars. Admission is free

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