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Autumn 2018 An exciting season of music, drama, film, live cinema and pantomime

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Saturday 1 December - Saturday 5 January Contents The Roses’ renowned traditional family pantomime! Written & directed by Ben Crocker

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Pantomime Prices Gold £25 (No concessions or group rates available) Blue

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Green £15 (Group rates available) Schools: £9 before 30 Sep, £10 from 1 Oct. Concessions: £2 off to children aged 3 – 15, to people receiving a state pension, those in receipt of Universal Credit or other documented benefits. You may be required to prove eligibility. Under 3s go free, provided they sit on a parent or guardian’s lap. Families: £2 off adult tickets for parties of 3-9 when the group includes at least 1 child. Groups: Buy 10 get 1 free. Please contact Box Office on 01684 295074 to book.

Sat 1 Dec - - 7pm Mon 3 Dec 10am 1.30pm Tue 4 Dec 10am - 5.45pm Wed 5 Dec 10am 1.30pm Thu 6 Dec 10am 1.30pm Fri 7 Dec 10am - 7pm Sat 8 Dec 11am* 3pm Mon 10 Dec 10am 1.30pm Tue 11 Dec 10am 1.30pm Wed 12 Dec 10am 1.30pm Thu 13 Dec 10am 1.30pm Fri 14 Dec 10am - Sat 15 Dec - 3pm 7pm Mon 17 Dec 10am 1.30pm Tue 18 Dec 10am 1.30pm Thu 20 Dec 10am 1.30pm Fri 21 Dec 10am - 7pm Sat 22 Dec - 3pm 7pm Sun 23 Dec - 2pm 5.45pm Mon 24 Dec 11am 3pm Wed 26 Dec - 2pm** 5.45pm Thu 27 Dec - 2pm 5.45pm Fri 28 Dec - 2pm 5.45pm Sat 29 Dec - 3pm 7pm Sun 30 Dec - 2pm 5.45pm Mon 31 Dec 11am 3pm Wed 2 Jan - 2pm 5.45pm Thu 3 Jan - 2pm 5.45pm Fri 4 Jan - 2pm 5.45pm Sat 5 Jan - 3pm 7pm * Relaxed performance ** Rod Leaver memorial performance

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“An unmissable Christmas treat for families far and wide” SoGlos

Written & directed by Ben Crocker

Join Dick and his friends on a rollicking adventure on the high seas this Christmas, in The Roses’ renowned traditional family pantomime. Will our hero overcome the obstacles in his path, win the girl of his dreams and find the fortune he seeks? Find out this Christmas! Box Office: 01684 295074 5


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FIFTYFIFTYFLUTTER Keep your eyes peeled for our new Fifty Fifty Flutter this autumn! It’s simple; before selected performances we will be mingling in the foyer and selling raffle tickets at £1 each. During the interval we will draw a winning ticket and split the pot 50/50 between the lucky winner and The Roses. Good luck!

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Patrons Margaret Austen Jason & Pauline Blackburn Mrs Rosemary David Mrs Frith Suzy Hillier Celia Hodges

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Jan Mallett Mrs Mayne Mr McIntosh Anne Price Adrian & Gill Shelley Andrew Walton Mike Warner Dave Witts

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Offers & Discounts There are many ways you can save money at The Roses, whether you are a regular theatre-goer or someone organising a special trip.

Season Multibuy Deal Book just 2 or more shows and start saving! With Season Multibuy the more you see the more you save. All shows must be booked at the same time for discount to apply.

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£2 off adult tickets for parties of 3-9 when the group includes at least 1 child. Each party must include at least 1 person under the age of 16 and 1 adult. We do not charge for children under the age of 3, provided they sit on a parent or guardian’s lap.

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We offer competitive discounts to group bookers, which are available on most live shows and all films. Buy 10 tickets, get 1 free.

4+ Live Shows: £3.50 off per ticket 3 Live Shows: £3 off per ticket 2 Live shows: £2.50 off per ticket

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In addition, schools can take advantage of our 16-25s price, see below for details. Please contact Box Office on 01684 295074 to make a group booking. We will make arranging your group visit as easy as we can!

16-25s Tickets A limited number of seats are available at £5 off the advertised price across any live event or live screening that offers concessions (excludes Price Band C and pantomime). Please show ID on collection of tickets.

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September Reminders The Big Band with Five Star Swing

YolanDa Brown The double MOBO-winning saxophonist, known for her unique fusion of reggae, jazz and soul

“Swing and song of the highest order” The Telegraph

Wednesday 12 September 7.30pm

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Legendary 70s folk-rock pioneers

Sunday 23 September 7.30pm

Featuring New Amen Corner, Mike d’Abo and Nancy Ann Lee

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Bringing On Back The 60s Thursday 13 September 7.30pm

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Talon: The Best Of Eagles

Europe’s leading Neil Diamond show, performed by Fisher Stevens and his sensational band

Friday 28 September 7.30pm

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Secret Diaries of a Junior Doctor

Saturday 29 September 7.30pm

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Orchestra Pro Anima Autumn harp and strings

Sunday 30 September 3pm

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The Greatest Hits 2018 Tour

Beautiful Noise

Adam Kay: This Is Going To Hurt

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The popular local poet presents her latest work

Thursday 4 October 7.30pm

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Friday 21 September 7.30pm

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Live September Programme Reminders

Comedy

Popular Music

Jazz Music

Rob Newman’s Total Eclipse Of Descartes

Go Now! The Music Of The Moody Blues

Stacey Kent

In a world gone crazy, can philosophy help? This sparklingly brilliant new show tries to give you the answer. Rob Newman (stand up legend, best-selling novelist, Radio 4 Sony Award Winner) attempts to piece together a philosophy for our troubled times by sifting through 3000 years of thought: from Pythagoras to Artificial Intelligence by way of Pavlov’s dogs, Jane Goodall’s chimpanzees and Frankie Howerd’s trousers.

This show is an opportunity to experience all the classic hits, including Nights in White Satin, Go Now, Tuesday Afternoon, plus Forever Autumn and a show-stealing rendition of Eve of the War from Jeff Wayne’s The War of the Worlds.

“He is the funniest comedian I have ever seen… A passionate, chaotically brilliant comedian.” Sunday Times The Roses’ comedy programme is sponsored by

Drummer Gordy Marshall played with The Moody Blues for over 25 years. He is joined by Mick Wilson (10cc), Tim Maple (Leona Lewis), Malcolm Moore (James Blunt), Patrick Duffin (Jersey Boys) and Lindsay Goodhand (Rod Stewart). Relive classic, million-selling albums Days of Future Passed, To Our Children’s Children and much more in an intimate evening of sensational musicianship and iconic songs that define a generation. The Moody Blues were inducted into The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in April this year.

The internationally acclaimed, Grammy-nominated vocalist returns to the UK for a very select number of 2018 dates, featuring music from her latest album ‘I Know I Dream’ (Sony Music/Okeh). This beautiful collection of songs includes American Standards, Bossa Nova classics and Chansons, as well as original songs, and reprises of some of Stacey’s most loved repertoire including numbers co-written by Nobel prizewinner Kazuo Ishiguro, whose songwriting partnership with Stacey has formed an essential plank of her repertoire. With career sales approaching 2 million albums, Stacey’s 11th studio album, ‘I Know I Dream’, is a highlight not only for its breathtaking beauty but also for its assured expressiveness. “Devastatingly stylish” The Observer

Friday 5 October 7.30pm

Saturday 6 October 7.30pm

Sunday 7 October 7.30pm

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Black Is The Color Of My Voice Written and performed by Apphia Campbell Direct from sell-out performances in Shanghai, New York and at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Apphia Campbell embarks on her debut UK tour.

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The Counterfeit Stones: Street Fighting Sham Why pay a fortune to see ants in a stadium when for a fraction of the price you can get up close and smell the faking brilliance of the Counterfeit Stones - described as Rolling Stones’ hooky masterpiece.

Inspired by the life of Nina Simone, Black Is The Color Of My Voice follows a successful jazz singer and civil rights activist seeking redemption after the untimely death of her father. She reflects on the journey that took her from a young piano prodigy destined for a life in the service of the church, to a renowned jazz vocalist at the forefront of the Civil Rights Movement. “Campbell may wear Simone’s trademark head wrap but her performance goes beyond impersonation” The Times “Apphia Campbell is nothing short of sensational… she will make you cheer for her, smile with her and then sting your eyes with tears” Broadway Baby

Saturday 13 October 7.30pm

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Their latest fast shuffle promises yet another night of pure, unadulterated copy-rock. Now in their 27th year, these prank-stars continue to deliver the best “mock ‘n’ roll” show on the circuit. Packed with big hits, retro fashion, vintage guitars and a huge dollop of “Spinal Tap” humour, it’s Satisfiction guaranteed. So “Come On” all you Honky Tonks and Get Yer Doo Dahs Out - It’s phoney rock ‘n’ roll and you’ll like it! “The most famous Stones band in England” Sir Mick Jagger “They’re hilarious” Jerry Hall

Friday 12 October 7.30pm

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Dad’s Army Radio Hour Based on the classic BBC sitcom by Jimmy Perry and David Croft, two actors play 25 characters in this brilliant staging of classic radio scripts based on favourite episodes from the original TV series. Celebrating 50 years of Perry and Croft’s quintessential sitcom, which won the Best One-Liner accolade in a poll of comedians conducted earlier this year by Gold, with the immortal words “Don’t tell him, Pike”. “A pretty much perfect feat of mimicry” The Times “Benson and Lane carry it all off beautifully” Daily Telegraph “Classic British comedy recreated by two classic performers. A show not to miss” Southside Advertiser

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by Stephen MacDonald

Stephen MacDonald’s Fringe First winning play about the unique friendship between celebrated World War One poets Wilfred Owen and Siegfried Sassoon. They met at Craiglockhart Hospital in 1917, and bonded over a mutual hatred of war and love of poetry. This production won a Best Actor accolade at the Wales Theatre Awards for Daniel Llewelyn Williams, who reprises his role here as Sassoon alongside Owain Gwynn as Owen.

“Recreates the Great War as tangibly as if the theatre had filled with the smoke and stench of the battlefield. Compelling and superbly performed” British Theatre Guide

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Not About Heroes

The tour commemorates the centenary of both the meeting depicted in the play, and of the Armistice.

“Utterly brilliant! The best Dad’s Army recreation I’ve seen” Barry Cryer

Sunday 14 October 4pm

Flying Bridge Theatre Company and Seabright Productions present

Tuesday 16 October 7.30pm

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Did you know that The Roses is a registered charity? The work we do in the building directly supports the work we do in the wider community.

Live Programme

Comedy

Rock Music

Popular Music

Chris Ramsey: Just Happy To Get Out Of The House

Genesis Connected

MJ History

Critically acclaimed and award winning Stand Up comedian, host of his own TV entertainment show and Stand Up show on Comedy Central, Celebrity Juice regular and the only person to ever put Katie Hopkins in her place; Chris Ramsey brings his BRAND NEW 2018 live tour to The Roses. It sold out last time so snap tickets up as soon as you can!

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Genesis Connected is a tribute show celebrating the music of Genesis and the biggest selling acts connected: Peter Gabriel, Phil Collins and Mike & the Mechanics. This show has an incredible mix of material, from atmospheric anthems to chart toppers that will get the crowd dancing in the aisles. Hits spanning from the late 70s onwards including; Turn It On Again, Sledgehammer, In The Air Tonight, Over My Shoulder, Against All Odds, That’s All, Solsbury Hill, You Can’t Hurry Love, The Living Years and many more. The frontman, Pete Bultitude, is not only an incredibly versatile vocalist, he is also a truly gifted drummer just like Phil Collins, so expect the show to include the iconic “double drums” element as featured on every Genesis and Phil Collins tour.

From the Jackson 5 through The Jacksons and on to the man himself – MJ History encapsulates the magic of Michael Jackson. Outstanding live vocals, detailed costumes, stunning choreograph and musicianship combine with jaw-dropping projections and special effects. You’re never more than a song away from another million-selling hit: I’ll Be There, Can You Feel It, Bad and The Way You Make Me Feel – the number ones just keep coming. Culminating in Beat It, Billie Jean, Blame it on the Boogie and Thriller it’s the MJ party to end all parties. Come and take a moonwalk with the UK’s number one Michael Jackson, Robin Parsons, in the most authentic production you will ever see.

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“A revival and reincarnation...“ Norbert Sinnhuber, Michael Jackson’s HIStory Tour Manger

Thursday 18 October 7.30pm

Friday 19 October 7.30pm

Saturday 20 October 7.30pm

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Jazz Music

Paul Johnson Jazz Cafe Following two successful visits in 2017, clarinet player Paul Johnson teams up with fellow musicians Carole Marshall, Mike Sallis, Nathan King and Pete Grogan to present Jazz standards and café music for your listening pleasure. With a love of Jazz ballads and super-standards in the spirit of café culture, while occasionally dipping into eastern folk and Latin music, these artists love to share their Jazz passion.

Musical Comedy

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This uplifting musical comedy tells the tale of Thelma, a recently deceased lady who cannot gain entry through the Pearly Gates as the system has gone digital and she has the incorrect paperwork! This brilliantly bonkers plot from the team that brought Dirty Dusting to The Roses last year proves that life’s party never ends - it simply moves to another location! Written by Leah Bell and Crissy Rock Original music by Mike Redway Directed by Leah Bell

Sunday 21 October 2pm

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Sunday 21 October 7.30pm

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Live Programme

Featuring The Lindy Hop Dance Company & The Harry Strutters Hot Rhythm Orchestra

Popular Music

That’ll Be The Day Back by ever-growing popular demand, get ready to party as the UK’s favourite Rock & Roll variety production returns with another brand new show! Featuring incredible live music performances, this hugely entertaining Rock & Roll spectacular blends classic gold hits from the 50s, 60s & 70s, with bags of hilarious comedy. Celebrating an entire era of timeless nostalgia, the production is well known for its ability to make audiences return time and time again for a new experience. Now in its 33rd year of consecutive national touring, That’ll Be The Day is living proof that Rock & Roll will never die! www.thatllbetheday.com

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Swinging At The Cotton Club Take a step back into 1920s & ’30s New York City and through the doors of Harlem’s hottest nightclub, ‘The Cotton Club’! ‘Swinging at The Cotton Club’ is the action-packed show celebrating the music and dance of the Cotton Club – New York’s most celebrated nightclub of the 1920s and ‘30s. Performances by Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, Cab Calloway, Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, and Fats Waller would have had the club swinging - whilst dancers such as Bojangles Robinson and the Nicholas Brothers lit up the stage with their breathtaking routines. In this show, the exhilarating dance and music of the Cotton Club is recreated by the fabulous Lindy Hop Dance Company, alongside The Harry Strutters Hot Rhythm Orchestra, featuring American vocalist Marlene Hill and compere/vocalist Megs Etherington.

Monday 22 October 7.30pm Tuesday 23 October 7.30pm

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Friday 26 October 7.30pm

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Popular Music

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The Roy Orbison Story 30 Year Special

You Win Again - Opera Boys Celebrating The The boys are back with a brand new show full of opera, classical, Music Of The west end and crossover music as well as their unique, unrivalled onBee Gees stage banter. Combining four big

Get ready for a night of solid gold 60s hits and 80s contemporary genius as the one and only Barry Steele takes on the role of The Big O. The production also features original material written but never sung by Roy Orbison and showcases elements of the Hologram Tour, alongside chart busting hits originally performed by Jerry Lee Lewis, Procol Harum, Del Shannon, Chris Isaak and The Spencer Davis Group and ends in a stunningly brilliant accolade as the whole cast comes together to pay homage to the original super group ‘The Traveling Wilburys.’ Barry Steele has been stunning audiences and winning rave reviews across the globe. His vocal talents are quite simply “True Identikit Brilliance” (The Stage).

Saturday 27 October 7.30pm

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Prepare to experience the distinct sound of one the greatest bands to have ever graced the stage in this unforgettable concert spectacular. Immerse yourself in the brothers’ music through the sixties, seventies and eighties. Join us for this breath-taking concert spectacular, taking you on a musical journey through all your favourite songs, including: Night Fever, Stayin’ Alive, How Deep is Your Love?, Jive Talkin’, Tragedy, Islands in the Stream, Grease, If I Can’t Have You and many more. This fabulously authentic production ensures the Gibb brothers’ incredible legacy of classic hit songs is well and truly stayin’ alive.

Wednesday 31 October 7.30pm

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voices with four big personalities, the Opera Boys deliver a fabulous show full of music and laughter.

Operatic arias and classical favourites from Nessun Dorma to Time To Say Goodbye are performed alongside showstoppers from Les Miserables and Jersey Boys. The show also features brand new classical arrangements of modern day pop hits, all performed in the boys’ inimitable style. With beautiful vocal arrangements, spectacular close part harmony and a great line in humour, the Opera Boys will delight you with their unique show combining beautiful, powerful and emotional music with funny, engaging and light-hearted entertainment.

Friday 2 November 7.30pm

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Live Programme

An Audience With

Esther Rantzen: That’s Life For one night only broadcasting legend Dame Esther Rantzen and her daughter, the presenter and journalist Rebecca Wilcox, discuss their illustrious careers, personal lives and family ties. This is a rare opportunity to get up close and personal with one of the country’s national treasures. Find out what drives her as she shares anecdotes from over 50 years in broadcasting. The star of That’s Life, Esther, That’s Esther, Grumpy Old Women, Strictly Come Dancing and I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here! among many, many others, Dame Esther is also well known for her tireless campaigning. As the founder of ChildLine and more recently The Silver Line, her charity work is legendary and life changing. She was awarded an OBE in 2011 for services to broadcasting, a CBE in 2006 for services to children and a DBE in 2015 for services to children and older people. Rebecca Wilcox began her varied and fascinating television career as an undercover reporter on Conning The Conmen (BBC3). She is a regular reporter on Watchdog (BBC1) and a well-known consumer journalist who presented shows such as Your Money Their Tricks (BBC1) with Sian Williams and Nicky Campbell.

Thursday 1 November 7.30pm

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Family Theatre

How To Hide A Lion When a lion is chased out of town, a little girl, Iris, helps him to find somewhere to hide. Iris embarks on a mission to squash her new friend into a variety of sneaky tight spots, as the misinformed town folk try and track him down. Helen Stephens’ magical book, How to Hide a Lion, comes to life with playful humour, dazzling puppets and jazz. “Comes to life with a roar.” The Guardian “Little gem of a production . . . enchanting mini musical.” Children’s Theatre Review Pigtails Productions, Polka Theatre and Oxford Playhouse present How to Hide a Lion by Helen Stephens, Directed and Adapted by Peter Glanville and with music and songs by Barb Jungr.

Saturday 3 November 1pm & 3pm

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Community Theatre

The Manor Players: Scrooge! Tewkesbury’s The Manor Players proudly presents Leslie Bricusse’s smash hit musical version of Charles Dickens’ immortal festive classic – A Christmas Carol. Based on the 1970 film, which starred Albert Finney, Scrooge leapt from the silver screen onto the stage in 1992 in the guise of Anthony Newley and then Tommy Steele and has been wowing theatre audiences ever since. Join us for a fun filled musical adventure through Victorian London, as Ebenezer Scrooge learns the true meaning of Christmas. Featuring such toe-tapping favourites as Thank You Very Much, I Like Life and December 25th, get your festive season off to a cracking start with this heartwarming family musical. This amateur production of “Scrooge!” is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH LTD.

Thursday 8 November 7.30pm Friday 9 November 7.30pm Saturday 10 November 2pm & 7.30pm

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Popular Music

Sun Records The label that brought the world Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison, Carl Perkins, Rufus Thomas and scores more rockin’ pioneers, comes to life live on stage. Visit the trailblazing Memphis recording studio where the distinctive Sun sound was crafted by musical visionary Sam Phillips, who brought us That’s Alright Mama, Great Balls of Fire, I Walk the Line, Whole Lotta Shakin’, Bear Cat, Blue Suede Shoes, Good Rockin’ Tonight and hundreds more hits that would influence the world of music. Featuring the musical instruments of the era, starring a multitalented cast of singers and a supporting cast of amazing musicians, the official concert show takes you back to the birthplace of rock’n’roll.

Sunday 11 November 7.30pm

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Shakespeare An Evening With The Roses’ Choir Schools Festival Andy Hamilton Following the choir’s jubilant debut Shakespeare Schools Foundation is a cultural education charity, transforming lives through the unique power of Shakespeare. This year it marks its 18th birthday with a Season of Democracy, in which young people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities have been finding their ‘voice’ in their school rehearsal room, culminating in two exhilarating evenings featuring a series of unique abridged Shakespeare productions by local schools. Please see our website for a list of participating schools.

Following the success of his sellout tour “Change Management”, award-winning writer and comedian Andy Hamilton is back with a new show. In an evening of reminiscence and revelation, Andy will look back over his forty years in comedy and sixty-ish years on the planet. You, the audience, get to ask the questions, on any subject you may choose (apart from tofu, wellness, or Meghan Markle). Expect a hilarious and illuminating night out with a master of comedy.

concert this summer, this time join them for a cosy festive afternoon in the bar, complete with mince pies and mulled wine.

Led by Lindsay Martin, the choir meet weekly at The Roses and fill the building with their infectious harmonies. See page 25 for details. This afternoon, come and hear their latest material before heading out to watch Tewkesbury’s Christmas Lights get switched on in the High Street at the annual Festival of Lights (at which you may spot a few special guests from our pantomime!).

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Wednesday 14 & Thursday 15 November 7pm

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Saturday 17 November 7.30pm

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Sunday 25 November 2pm

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Community Music

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Jeremy Hardy

Tewkesbury Town Band

Tom Allen: Absolutely

Join Tewkesbury Town Band for their hugely popular annual Christmas concerts. Come in out of the cold and enjoy a great family Christmas concert with a selection of new and classic festive tunes and a few sing-along items too. Our ever popular Town Band is busy throughout the year with concerts, parades and festivals in the town and beyond. Finish off the year with some festive fun.

Tom Allen’s unique style of sharp, acerbic wit and camp, riotous storytelling has seen him sell out shows all over the country.

Jeremy Hardy is in his 4th decade as a stand-up this year. That’s a more dramatic way of saying he started 34 years ago and, without a lottery win, probably has at least another 34 years to go. Jeremy’s television credits include: Jack Dee’s Election Helpdesk, QI, Mock The Week, Grumpy Old Men, Back In The Day and Not Tonight With John Sergeant. “In an ideal world, Jeremy Hardy would be extremely famous, but an ideal world would leave him without most of his best material” The Guardian

“Riotous stuff, perfectly delivered” Scotsman “Gives the tradition of camp comedy a firmly 21st century twist” The Guardian

The Roses’ comedy programme is sponsored by

The Roses’ comedy programme is sponsored by

Wednesday 5 December 8pm

Saturday 8 December 7.30pm Sunday 9 December 3pm

No other concessions available

Concessions available

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As seen on Mock The Week, The Royal Variety Performance, Comedy Roast Battle, 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown, Live at the Apollo, The Great British Bake Off’s Extra Slice, The John Bishop Show, Virtually Famous, Channel 4’s Comedy Gala at the O2 and heard on Radio 4’s Just a Minute.

A B C £12

Tuesday 11 December 8pm

A B C £17 No concessions available

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Our pantomime, Dick Whittington, runs from Saturday 1 December. See page 4 for details.

Live Programme

Gospel Music

Powerhouse Gospel Choir The unique sound of Powerhouse Gospel Choir is found in the blend of a dozen voices producing a sound that is soulful, passionate, uplifting and utterly captivating. Most of these seasoned singers and musicians have worked with some of the world’s top artists and music legends, and have been singing together in various formations for many years. The Powerhouse Gospel Choir is led by the inimitable T-Jae Cole; one of the UK’s most respected gospel choir directors. This show will leave you feeling up-lifted and ready for a fabulous festive season. Celebrate with songs like The Christmas Song, Oh Holy Night, Celebration, Joy To The World, Higher & Higher and of course the gospel anthem Oh Happy Day.

Popular Music

Wednesday 12 December 8pm

Buddy Holly and the Cricketers herald in the Yuletide festivities with Holly at Christmas, the show that is now as traditional as mulled wine and mince pies!

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Holly At Christmas

Holly’s hits, other contemporary classics and some Christmas crackers are all wrapped up in a fast, furious and funny feast of entertainment. Whatever the season, whatever the excuse to party, make your Heartbeat a little faster with the show that has thousands of fans the world over saying: “I can’t believe it’s not Buddy!” “The audience were dancing in the aisles and roaring for more” The Stage

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Wednesday 19 December 7.30pm

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Tastings Christmas Wines with Majestic Wines

Need some ideas for your Christmas wine selection?Join us for a fun, informal evening of wine tasting with James from Majestic Wines. You will get the opportunity to taste many different wines that will perfectly compliment the Christmas festivities or provide great gifting ideas.

Thursday 22 November 7pm

2019 London Swing Orchestra The great legends of Jazz and Swing

Saturday 12 January 7.30pm

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The Simon & Garfunkel Story 50th Anniversary Tour

Sunday 13 January 7.30pm

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Dan Snow An evening with ‘The History Guy’

Tuesday 22 January 7.30pm

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£15 (Over 18s only)

Burns Night Whisky Tasting Now a regular fixture in The Roses’ calendar, our Burns Night Whisky Tasting features six very different Scotch whiskies with which to tantalise your tastebuds. We’ll also put on a range of nibbles and, of course, a haggis!

Wednesday 23 January 7.45pm £20 (Over 18s only)

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2019

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Whitney: Queen Of The Night

Fairport Convention The Legends Of The 2019 ”Wintour” American Country Wednesday 30 January 7.30pm

A magical rollercoaster ride through three decades of classic hits

Back for another night of toe-tapping classics

A B C £27 (no concessions)

Thursday 24 January 7.30pm

Sunday 17 February 7.30pm

A B C £26 (no concessions)

The Barron Knights

Jim Davidson

Friday 1 February 7.30pm

Friday 25 January 7.30pm

A B C £25.50 (no concessions)

Beyond The Barricade

The ultimate celebration of the sweet sound of Motown

The Ronnie Scott’s All Stars

Saturday 23 February 7.30pm

The Ronnie Scott’s Soho Songbook

Thursday 7 February 7.30pm

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The UK’s longest running musical theatre tour

Saturday 26 January 7.30pm

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The Burlesque Show A stunning night of sophisticated tease from the most highly regarded production of its kind currently touring the UK

Friday 8 February 7.30pm

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Motown: How Sweet It Is

The final joust!

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The People Fight Back tour

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Wayne Ellington Sings Nat King Cole “Wayne reminds me of me” Sir Tom Jones

Sunday 24 February 7.30pm

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Be Bop A Lula The West End hit starring five giants of rock’n’roll – Eddie Cochran, Gene Vincent, Billy Fury, Buddy Holly and Roy Orbison

Saturday 9 February 7.30pm

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The Elvis Years The Story of The King

Thursday 14 February 7.30pm

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Workshops Paint Your Dog With Sam Morris Come and learn how to paint a portrait of your (or a friend’s) dog, in the style of popular local artist Sam Morris (known for her quirky cow paintings). During this structured day, at which all materials are provided, Sam will demonstrate each stage for you to then follow and repeat - with her full support along the way. Everyone will work at the same pace, nobody gets left behind and everyone takes home a finished painting on a 60cm x 60cm canvas. Places must be booked by 22 September and each participant is required to submit a photo to Sam at least 2 weeks before the workshop - full instructions will be given on booking.

Saturday 6 October 10am - 4pm Cost: £95 (15 places available) Age: Adults • Venue: The Roses

Halloween Special Effects Make Up

Folded Christmas Tree Card

From cuts and bruises to false facial features, SFX specialist Michaela Rhodes is back again to show participants how to create gruesome injuries and magical characters. Anyone planning to attend a Halloween party should definitely not miss out!

You will learn the art of ‘teabag folding’ to create a Christmas tree which you can embellish, enabling you to complete a fabulous Christmas Card for someone special. Suitable for all abilities; all materials will be provided.

Come and enjoy a craft session making a Christmas Card with Jules Owen from the Cotswold Craft Room.

Saturday 27 October 10am - 12noon

Saturday 1 December 10am - 11.30am

Cost: £15 (15 places available) Age: 12+ • Venue: The Roses

Cost: £12 (25 places available) Age: Adults (minimum age 15) • Venue: The Roses

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Regular Activities

Quiz Nights

Bingo

Join us for an evening of laughter and trivia in our popular monthly quiz. Win cash prizes, film tickets or a bottle of wine and enjoy testing your knowledge in a light hearted contest.

There are cash prizes to be won and there is no need to pre-book - just come along for a fun and social afternoon.

Last Wednesday of every month 7.45pm Cost: £1 (pay on arrival) Venue: The Roses’ Bar

Every Monday 2pm £1 per book (6 games) Venue: The Roses’ Bar

The Roses’ Choir With Lindsay Martin Enjoy the uplifting experience of singing together, meeting new people and discovering a wide variety of different music. You don’t need to be able to read music and it doesn’t matter if you’ve not sung before (no audition required!) – The Roses’ Choir is all about having fun and experiencing the joy of group music making.

Tue 11 Sep - Tue 11 Dec (excluding 23 Oct) Cost: £60 per term 9.30am - 10.30am

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K2Togs The Roses’ resident group of knitters meet every Wednesday for coffee, chat and plenty of crafting. New members are always welcome! Every Wednesday 10.30am - 12.30pm Free Entry Venue: The Roses’ Bar

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Performing Arts

The Roses’

Youth Theatre Get involved with one of Gloucestershire’s most active and friendly theatres. Members develop confidence through drama, voice coaching, movement and play. The Roses hosts the youth theatre’s main performance each year, affording members the opportunity to experience first-hand the inner workings of a professionally run venue and the chance to perform on stage in front of family and friends.

Autumn term begins w/c Mon 17 Sep Beginners (Years 1 - 3)

Thursdays 4.30pm - 5.30pm | £60 per term

The Roses’

Youth Choir The Roses is pleased to introduce The Roses’ Youth Choir, led by Lindsay Martin (who runs The Roses’ adult choir - see p. 25 for details). Suitable for any level of ability, the purpose of the choir is simply to experience the joy of group singing and the fun of making music in a group. This is a youth choir with a difference - no auditions are required, just lots of fun and an upbeat repertoire covering pop, rock, country, soul and musical theatre. The choir will provide an opportunity for attendees to learn more about their voices, make friends, build confidence and perform at The Roses.

Juniors (Years 4 - 6)

Sat 29 Sep - Sat 8 Dec

Seniors (Years 7 - 9)

Juniors (Ages 7 - 11)

Tuesdays 4.30pm - 6pm | £70 per term

(excluding Sat 27 Oct)

Tuesdays 6.15pm - 7.45pm | £70 per term

Saturdays 2pm - 3.15pm | £60 per term

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Company (Years 10+)

Mondays 6pm - 8pm | £80 per term

Seniors (Ages 12 - 16)

Saturdays 3.30pm - 4.45pm | £60 per term

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Exhibitions Penny Gaj Penny grew up on the Isle of Wight and has painted from an early age. After spending years working in London, family life took her to the Cotswolds. She has now been painting professionally for over 20. Bliss is the radio, a mug of coffee, and a paintbrush in her hand, experimenting with different colour combinations and textures. Penny loves painting imaginary country scenes and trees with a story to tell.

Monday 3 - Wednesday 26 September

Sal Parker Sal, 47 years old, did not pick up a pencil or an art package until she was 40! Her work varies from pencil sketches that are painted in photoshop to photography, some pure and some used as inspiration. For Sal, art is pure escapism; it is the only thing that removes her from the world. If someone else enjoys it too then that is a bonus.

Saturday 6 October - Friday 2 November

Rosie Lomberg Stroud-born Rosie is a a free-lance artist who is fascinated by plant forms, sculptural seedheads and intertwining stems and leaves. Working in Acrylic paint and watercolor pencil on board, her painting process involves building up layers of colour washes over a dark base. The local landscape is of great significance as, recorded within the walks on hills and in valleys, are the memories of every stage of her life to date.

Sunday 18 November - Friday 14 December Exhibitions are open during theatre opening hours (see p. 40). See website for complete exhibition programme.

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Film Information There are many different types of film screening at The Roses. Look out for the symbols throughout the film pages and diary.

Film Ticket Prices Daytime (10am - 5pm) All tickets: £6 Evenings (after 5pm) Full price: £9 Concessions: £8 Under 26: £6 Banded pricing does not apply to film screenings.

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Relaxed Screenings

Those living with Dementia, Autism or any other condition that affects daily living can enjoy a social activity in a safe environment. The lights will be left on low and there may be the possibility of people talking or moving around. Sgt Stubby (PG) Sat 1 Sep 11am Dog Days (12A) Sun 16 Sep 1pm The Seagull (12A) Wed 3 Oct 2pm Puzzle (15) Wed 24 Oct 2pm Johnny English Strikes Again (Cert TBC) Wed 31 Oct 11am

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Audio Described

Audio Description headsets provide audio commentary for the visually impaired. Please reserve a headset by calling Box Office on 01684 295074 prior to arrival.

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Elevenses Screenings

Elevenses are popular morning screenings programmed with our retired audience in mind. Screenings start promptly at 11.15am, with the adverts beginning earlier. Elevenses Screenings are sponsored by DF Legal

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Subtitled English language films in this season are: The Children Act (12A) Sun 16 Sep 7.30pm Johnny English Strikes Again (Cert TBC) Tue 30 Oct 7.30pm First Man (Cert TBC) Tues 6 Nov 7.30pm Subtitled foreign language films this eason are: The Guardians (15) Mon 10 - Tues 1 Sep Cold War (U) Mon 24 - Thur 27 Sep

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Nappy Mondays

Screenings begin promptly at the advertised time, with the adverts beginning earlier.

Nappy Mondays are film screenings exclusively for mums, dads and carers with young children under 18 months old. We will provide a changing mat and buggy park, as well as a free seat for your belongings. Films in this season are: Christopher Robin (PG) Mon 3 Sep 11.15am Hearts Beat Loud (12A) Mon 10 Sep 11.15am Dog Days (12A) Mon 24 Sep 11.15am The Seagull (12A) Mon 1 Oct 11.15am Johnny English Strikes Again (Cert TBC) Mon 29 Oct 11.15am First Man (Cert TBC) Mon 5 Nov 11.15am Nappy Mondays are sponsored by Aquatots

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Film Programme

Sgt Stubby: An Unlikely Hero (PG)

Christopher Robin (PG) A

Hearts Beat Loud (12A)

The incredible true story of a stray dog who joins his new master on the battlefields of WWI. For his valorous actions, Sgt. Stubby is still recognized as the most decorated dog in American history. Told without resorting to talking animals, this charming, nostalgic animation will appeal to children looking for an new kind of super hero, grown ups interested in WWI history and dog lovers of all ages.

In this heartwarming adventure, the director of Finding Neverland imagines an encounter between an adult Christopher Robin and his childhood friend Winnie-thePooh. The pair return to Hundred Acre Wood to help Pooh find his lost friends, reigniting a sense of childlike wonder in the world weary Christopher Robin.

Frank is a young-at-heart single father and frustrated wannabe rock star who owns an record store in a hip Brooklyn neighbourhood. As his teenage daughter Sam prepares to leave the nest for college, Frank convinces her to record a song with him, which becomes an unexpected online hit. Frank is delighted, but Sam has no interest in being in a father-daughter rock band.

Sat 1 Sep 11am R Sun 2 Sep 2pm

(See website for August dates) 1hr 44mins Dir: Marc Forster Cast: Ewan McGregor, Hayley Atwell, Toby Jones, Jim Cummings

1hr 24mins Dir: Richard Lanni Voices: Helena Bonham Carter, Gérard Depardieu

Sat 1 Sep 2pm Sun 2 Sep 11am Tue 4 Sep 11.15am E P

Sat 1 & Mon 3 Sep 7.30pm Sun 2 Sep 4pm 1hr 37mins Dir: Brett Hayley Cast: Nick Offerman, Kiersey Clemons, Ted Danson, Toni Collette

The Escape (15) Gemma Arterton is compelling in this intimate and deeply emotional story of an unhappy woman who is desperately trying to reclaim her life. Tara is a dutiful wife and mother living an affluent but emotionally unfulfilling life. One day, she makes a bold and impulsive decision, and buys a one way ticket to Paris in search of a new start. But walking out on your life isn’t so simple.

Sun 2 Sep 7.30pm, Tue 4 Sep 7.30pm, Wed 5 Sep 4pm, Thur 6 Sep 11.15am E P 1hr 41mins • Dir: Dominic Savage Cast: Gemma Arterton, Dominic Cooper, Frances Barber

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Film Programme

Whitney (15) Oscar winning filmmaker Kevin Macdonald follows his acclaimed Bob Marley documentary with a revealing portrait of another iconic performer. Using neverbefore-seen archival footage, exclusive demo recordings, rare performances, audio archives and original interviews, this intimate and insightful documentary unravels the mystery behind “The Voice,” who thrilled millions even as she struggled to make peace with her own troubled past.

The Darkest Minds (12A) A

The Big Bad Fox & Other Tales (U)

This thought provoking sci-fi based on Alexandra Bracken’s young adult novel takes place in a world ravaged by a plague that has killed near all of America’s children, with the ones left acquiring special abilities. 16-year-old Ruby escapes from a government internment camp with a group of teenagers who plot to start a rebellion and exact revenge upon those who have tortured their generation.

Reminiscent of classic Loony Tunes cartoons, this series of zany, fast-paced hand-drawn animations introduces us to a farmyard full of animal misfits. A Fox thinks it’s a chicken, a Rabbit acts like a stork, and a Duck wants to replace Father Christmas! Underneath all the gags and slapstick humour, the three stories offer a sensitive and beautiful portrayal of family, and the anxieties of modern life.

Wed 5 Sep 7.30pm Thur 6 Sep 4pm

Fri 7 Sep 5pm Sat 8 & Sun 9 Sep 7.30pm

2hrs Dir: Kevin Macdonald Cast: Whitney Houston, Bobby Brown, Bobbi Kristina Brown

1hr 44mins Dir: Jennifer Yuh Nelson Cast: Bradley Whitford, Mandy Moore, Amandla Stenberg

Sat 8 Sep 2pm 1hr 23mins Dirs: Patrick Imbert, Benjamin Renner English language version

The Meg (12A) A Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water… Along comes another shark themed blockbuster, this time with more than a hint of Jurassic Park thrown in. When a massive creature attacks a deep-sea submersible, it leaves the crew stranded at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean. With time running out, rescue diver Jonas Taylor must save the crew from an unimaginable threat - a 75-foot prehistoric shark known as the Megalodon.

Fri 7 Sep 7.30pm, Sat 8 Sep 4pm, Tues 11 Sep 7.30pm 1hr 53mins • Dir: Jon Turteltaub Cast: Jason Statham, Ruby Rose, Rainn Wilson

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The Guardians (15) 1915, rural France, and with the men fighting on the front line, the women tend to the land. With harvest approaching, Hortense reluctantly takes on a teenage orphan, who believes she has found a new family, especially when Hortense’s young son returns on leave. Set against the changing seasons, with beautifully composed widescreen images and meticulous attention to the details of agricultural life, this moving tribute to the women of WWI also benefits from strong performances, including real life mother and daughter Nathalie Baye and Laura Smet.

Mon 10 Sep 7.30pm, Tue 11 Sep 11.15am E P 2hrs 15mins • S In French with subtitles • Dir: Xavier Beauvois Cast: Nathalie Baye, Iris Bry, Laura Smet, Cyril Descours

Dog Days (12A)

The Children Act (12A) Emma Thompson stars as a high court judge who has a life changing decision to make in this adaptation of Ian McEwan’s acclaimed bestseller. With her marriage unravelling, she finds herself becoming emotionally involved in the case of a teenage boy who is refusing a life-saving blood transfusion due to his family’s religious beliefs. It’s Thompson’s best performance in years, vividly bringing to life to the complex moral questions at the heart of this moving and compassionate story.

Fri 14 Sep 2pm, Sat 15 Sep 7.30pm, Sun 16 Sep 7.30pm S Tue 18 Sep 8pm, Thur 20 Sep 11.15am E P

This hilarious ensemble comedy follows the lives of multiple dog owners and their beloved fluffy pals around sunny Los Angeles. When these human and canine paths start to intertwine, their lives begin changing in ways they never expected. A warm hearted, lovable tale that celebrates the magic and joy that all dogs: big, small, sad or mischievous, can bring to their loyal human counterparts.

Fri 14 Sep 5pm Sat 15 Sep 4pm Sun 16 Sep 1pm R Thur 20 Sep 7.30pm

1hr 45mins • Dir: Richard Eyre Cast: Emma Thompson, Stanley Tucci, Fionn Whitehead, Ben Chaplin

1hr 53mins Dir: Ken Marino Cast: Nina Dobrev, Eva Longoria, Vanessa Hudgens

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Alpha (12A) A This epic adventure, set in the last Ice Age, tells a fascinating story that shines a light on the origins of man’s best friend. While on his first hunt with his tribe, a young man is injured and must learn to survive alone in the wilderness. Reluctantly taming a lone wolf abandoned by its pack, the pair become unlikely allies, enduring countless dangers in order to find their way home before winter arrives.

Fri 14 Sep 7.30pm, Sat 15 Sep 1.30pm, Tues 18 Sep 6pm P, Thur 20 Sep 4pm 1hr 36mins • Dir: Albert Hughes Cast: Natassia Malthe, Kodi Smit-McPhee, Leonor Varela

The Eyes Of Orson Welles (12A) Granted exclusive access to hundreds of private drawings and paintings, filmmaker Mark Cousins dives deep into the visual world of this legendary director and actor to reveal a portrait of the artist as he’s never been seen before - through his own eyes, painted with his own brush. Playful and insightful, this fascinating documentary brings vividly to life the passions, politics and power of this brilliant 20th-century showman.

Wed 19 Sep 7.30pm Fri 21 Sep 11.15am E P 1hr 42mins Dir: Mark Cousins

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Citizen Kane (U) Frequently hailed to as the best film ever made, Welles’ début was acclaimed for its visual and narrative innovation on release and still stands today up as a landmark in the history of cinema. Loosely based on the life of US businessman William Randolph Hearst, it charts the rise and fall of millionaire newspaper tycoon Charles Foster Kane, and the mystery behind his final utterance “Rosebud”.

Tue 25 Sep 7.30pm Thur 27 Sep 11.15am E P 1hr 59mins Dir: Orson Welles Cast: Orson Welles, Joseph Cotten, Dorothy Comingore, Agnes Moorehead

Falstaff: Chimes At Midnight (PG) For many Welles aficionados, this was his best film, a view shared by Welles himself. Channelling several Shakespeare plays, it gives centre stage to Falstaff, turning him from comic relief to roguish anti-hero, a role Welles was born to play. Henry IV, Richard II, Henry V and The Merry Wives of Windsor are all thrown into the mix to chart Falstaff ‘s friendship with Prince Hal, and his rejection when the Prince becomes King.

Sun 30 Sep 7.30pm Tue 2 Oct 11.15am E P 1hr 56mins Dir: Orson Welles Cast: Orson Welles, Jeanne Moreau

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Cold War (15) Set against the background of the Cold War, a story of love in the face of seemingly unsurmountable differences unfolds on both sides of the Iron Curtain. Shot in luminous black and white, and featuring some wonderful passages of music and dance, this thrillingly seductive cinematic experience from the director of the Oscar winning Ida demands to be seen on the big screen.

Mon 24 Sep 7.30pm Tue 25 Sep 11.15am E P Thur 27 Sep 4pm 1hr 28mins Dir: Paweł Pawlikowski Cast: Joanna Kulig, Tomasz Kot S In Polish/French/German/ Croatian with subtitles

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Spike Lee’s best film in years tells the incredible true story of Ron Stallwort, who became the first African-American detective to serve in the Colorado Springs Police Department. Initially assigned desk duties, he soon proves his worth by spearheading an ambitious operation to infiltrate and bring down the Ku Klux Klan. Exhilarating, witty and provocative, this 70s set film also draws strong parallels with the current political situation in the US.

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The Miseducation of Cameron Post (15) The hot topic of gay conversion therapy forms the subject of this heartfelt and humorous drama. When Cameron is discovered with another girl, she is sent to a therapy centre that treats teens “struggling with same-sex attraction.” Whilst there she is subjected to outlandish discipline, dubious methods and earnest Christian rock songs, but, with the help of her fellow outcasts, begins to find her place in the world.

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2hrs 15mins Dir: Spike Lee Cast: Jason Blum, Spike Lee, Raymond Mansfield

1hr 31mins Dir: Desiree Akhavan Cast: Chloë Grace Moretz, Jennifer Ehle

The Seagull (12A) Saoirse Ronan and Annette Bening star in this sumptuous adaptation of Anton Chekhov’s witty story of tangled relationships and missed opportunities. One summer at a lakeside Russian estate, friends and family gather for a weekend in the countryside. While everyone is caught up in passionately loving someone who loves somebody else, a tragicomedy unfolds about art, fame, human folly, and the eternal desire to live a purposeful life.

Mon 1 Oct 7.30pm, Tues 2 Oct 6.15pm P Wed 3 Oct 2pm R, Thur 4 Oct 11.15am E P 1hr 39mins • Dir: Michael Mayer Cast: Annette Bening, Saoirse Ronan, Billy Howle, Elisabeth Moss, Corey Stoll

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Film Programme

Searching (12A) A One of the most original films you will see this year, this engrossing mystery thriller unfolds completely on computer and smartphone screens. When David’s 16 year old daughter goes missing and the police fail to come up with any leads, he decides to search a place where many teenage secrets are kept: her laptop. Scanning through hours of emails, messages, social media and webcam images, he slowly pieces together clues as to her whereabouts.

Mon 8 Oct 4pm Thur 11 Oct 7.30pm 1hr 42mins Dir: Aneesh Chaganty Cast: John Cho, Debra Messing, Joseph Lee

King Of Thieves (Cert TBC)

Like a real life Ocean’s 11, Michael Caine and Jim Broadbent lead a fantastic British cast in this true story of the Hatton Garden jewellery heist of 2015. The epic multi-million-pound robbery was initially believed to be undertaken by a gang of super-thieves, but the actual perpetrators were a misfit gang of retirees defying their own age.

Sun 14 & Mon 15 Oct 7.30pm Tues 16 Oct 11.15am E P Wed 17 Oct 4pm Length TBC Dir: James Marsh Cast: Michael Caine, Jim Broadbent, Michael Gambon, Ray Winstone, Tom Courtney, Paul Whitehouse

Puzzle (15) A When an underappreciated housewife is given a jigsaw as a birthday present, she discovers a hidden talent. Her new-found passion for puzzles leads her to partner up with a charismatic jigsaw champion and enter a tournament in New York. With script, performances and character slotting together in a pleasing fashion, this inspiring story of self discovery proves that it’s never too late to find the missing piece in your life.

Wed 24 Oct 2pm R Thur 25 Oct 11.15am E P & 7.30pm 1hr 43mins Dir: Marc Turtletaub Cast: Kelly MacDonald, Irrfan Khan

Johnny English Strikes Again (Cert TBC) A Rowan Atkinson returns as the much loved accidental secret agent. The new adventure begins when a cyber-attack reveals the identity of all active undercover agents in Britain, leaving the retired Johnny English as the Secret Service’s last hope.

Fri 26 Oct 11am, Sat 27 Oct 11am, Sun 28 Oct 11am Mon 29 Oct 7.30pm, Tues 30 Oct 7.30pm S Wed 31 Oct 11am R, Thur 1 Nov 11.15am E P Length TBC • Dir: David Kerr Cast: Rowan Atkinson, Olga Kurylenko, Emma Thompson, Ben Miller

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Film Programme

First Man (Cert TBC) A Ryan Gosling stars in this thrilling biopic on the life of the legendary American astronaut Neil Armstrong. Focusing on the years from 1961-1969, it traces his journey to becoming the first human to walk the moon. Based on the book by James R. Hansen, this visceral, first-person account explores the sacrifices and costs on the nation and Neil himself during one of the most dangerous missions in the history of space travel.

Fri 2 Nov 11.15am E P, Sat 3 Nov 7.30pm Sun 4 Nov 7.30pm, Tues 6 Nov 7.30pm S Wed 7 Nov 2pm, Thur 8 Nov 11.15am E P Length TBC • Dir: Damien Chazelle Cast: Ryan Gosling, Claire Foy, Corey Stoll, Kyle Chandler

The Wife (15) Glenn Close turns in a commanding performance as the wife of an esteemed novelist, who is questioning her life choices on the eve of her husband’s greatest achievement. Joan and Joe have been a formidable team for the past 40 years. As her husband prepares to receive the Nobel Prize for Literature, she makes a radical decision that confronts the biggest sacrifice of her life and reveals dark secrets behind his success.

Mon 5 Nov 7.30pm Tues 6 Nov 11.15am E P & 4pm 1hr 40mins Dir: Bjorn Runge Cast: Glenn Close, Max Irons, Christian Slater

Coming Soon

To ensure that we bring you the very best titles as close to release as possible, we have only programmed as up to the beginning of November as this brochure went to press. The titles below, along with others yet to be announced, are highly likely to be screened in November and December. Please check website for details. Flyers with up to date film information will also be available in the theatre.

Operation Finale • A Star Is Born • Bohemian Rhapsody Mowgli • The Nutcracker And The Four Realms Juliet Naked • Peterloo • The Girl In The Spider’s Web The Grinch • Widows • Wildlife • Shoplifters Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindlewald rosestheatre.org

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Live Screenings Julie by Polly Stenham after Strindberg Vanessa Kirby (The Crown) and Eric Kofi Abrefa (The Amen Corner) feature in the cast of this brand new production. Wild and newly single, Julie throws a late night party. In the kitchen, Jean and Kristina clean up as the celebration heaves above them. Crossing the threshold, Julie initiates a power game with Jean – which rapidly descends into a savage fight for survival. This new version of August Strindberg’s play Miss Julie remains shocking and fiercely relevant in its new setting of contemporary London.

Thursday 6 September 7pm

King Lear by William Shakespeare Jonathan Munby directs Ian McKellen in this contemporary retelling of Shakespeare’s tender, violent, moving and shocking play. Considered by many to be the greatest tragedy ever written, King Lear sees two ageing fathers – one a King, one his courtier – reject the children who truly love them. Their blindness unleashes a tornado of pitiless ambition and treachery, as family and state are plunged into a violent power struggle. “Ian McKellen reigns supreme in this triumphant production” Daily Telegraph

Thursday 27 September 7pm

The Madness of George III by Alan Bennett Written by one of Britain’s best-loved playwrights, this epic play is National Theatre Live’s first ever broadcast from Nottingham Playhouse. It’s 1786 and King George III is the most powerful man in the world. But his behaviour is becoming increasingly erratic as he succumbs to fits of lunacy. With the King’s mind unravelling at a dramatic pace, ambitious politicians and the scheming Prince of Wales threaten to undermine the power of the Crown, and expose the fine line between a King and a man.

Sunday 2 December 7pm (pre-recorded)

Antony & Cleopatra by William Shakespeare Ralph Fiennes and Sophie Okonedo play Shakespeare’s famous fated couple in his great tragedy of politics, passion and power. Caesar and his assassins are dead. General Mark Antony now rules alongside his fellow defenders of Rome. But at the fringes of a war-torn empire the Egyptian Queen Cleopatra and Mark Antony have fallen fiercely in love. In a tragic fight between devotion and duty, obsession becomes a catalyst for war.

Thursday 6 December 7pm Tickets for all productions: A B C £15 (Concessions available)

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Live Screenings

La Boheme On Sydney Harbour

Cliff Richard Live: 60th Anniversary Tour

From the World’s Most Spectacular Opera series, experience the love, laughter and loss of La Boheme at the magnificent Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour.

103 album releases, 123 single hits and the equivalent of 20 years spent in the UK charts. Britain’s Ultimate Pop Star, Sir Cliff Richard is celebrating 60 years in the music industry and he wants to invite you to the most fabulous big screen party of the year!

Puccini’s beloved classic - the original bohemian love story - has long captivated audiences around the world. His music swells with love, soars in ecstasy, crackles with jealousy and cries with heartache. With lavish sets and costumes transforming the harbour-top stage into a romantic Paris winter, Opera Australia’s glittering production will be an unforgettable delight.

Featuring a selection of his greatest hits across six decades, this will be Cliff Richard’s most exciting tour yet. His incredible energy and passion on stage will sweep you off your feet and be sure to have you swaying in the aisles.

Sunday 16 September 4pm

Wednesday 17 October 7pm Thursday 18 October 11.15am

Pre-recorded • Run time: 2hrs 30mins

Pre-recorded • Run time: TBC

A B C £15 (Concessions available)

A B C £15 (Concessions available)

The Importance Of Being Earnest A new production of one of the funniest plays in English, filmed live at the Vaudeville Theatre, London. Oscar Wilde’s much-loved masterpiece throws love, logic and language into the air to make one of theatre’s most dazzling firework displays. Jack, Algy, Gwendolyn and Cecily discover how unsmooth runs the course of true love, while Lady Bracknell keeps a baleful eye on the mayhem of manners.

Sunday 28 October 2pm, Tuesday 30 October 11.15am

A B C £15 (Concessions available)

Pre-recorded • Run time: 2hrs 45mins (approx)

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Live Screenings

Met Live In HD 2018 - 2019 Season

The latest season of live opera broadcast from the Metropolitan Opera House in New York

Aida (Verdi) Superstar soprano Anna Netrebko makes her Met role debut as Aida in this thirtiethanniversary revival of Sonja Frisell’s production

Adriana Lecouvreur (Cilea)

Monday 8 October 7pm (pre-recorded)

Sunday 20 January 6pm (pre-recorded)

Samson et Dalila (Saint-Saëns)

Carmen (Bizet)

Wednesday 24 October 7pm (pre-recorded)

Saturday 2 February 5.55pm

La Fanciulla del West (Puccini) Gold Rush, 1849. Boasting gunfights, poker games, and stagecoach robbers, La Fanciulla del West combines the action of a great adventure with the emotional punch of Italian opera.

La Fille du Régiment (Donizetti) Full of wit and invention, Donizetti’s comic opera is a delight. The famous aria Ah, Mes Amis, with its nine high Cs, is one of opera’s most show-stopping numbers.

Sunday 28 October 6pm (pre-recorded)

Saturday 2 March 5.55pm

Marnie (Muhly)

Die Walküre (Wagner) Featuring some of the most glorious music ever written - including, of course, the Ride of the Valkyries - Die Walküre is the second of the four operas that comprise Wagner’s Ring cycle, a story of monsters, gods, and humans on a superhuman scale.

Tony Award–winning director Darko Tresnjak gives Saint-Saëns’s biblical epic its first new Met production in twenty years.

Based on the novel that also inspired Hitchcock’s celebrated thriller, composer Nico Muhly’s Marnie was co-commissioned and co-produced with the English National Opera and receives its U.S. premiere at the Met this season. Tuesday 13 November 7pm (pre-recorded)

La Traviata (Verdi)

New Met Music Director Yannick Nézet-Séguin launches his tenure by conducting Verdi’s timeless tragedy. Sunday 16 December 6pm (pre-recorded)

Soprano Anna Netrebko sings the role of Adriana Lecouvreur, the eighteenth-century actress whose real-life intrigues inspired Cilea’s tragic opera.

Don’t miss this revival of Sir Richard Eyre’s dynamic production of one of the most popular operas of all time.

Saturday 30 March 5pm

Dialogues des Carmélites (Poulenc) As the French Revolution begins, shy Blanche becomes a novice nun, struggling between her fear of the guillotine and her duty to the convent. Saturday 11 May 5pm

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Booking Information Opening Hours

Only food and drinks purchased on the premises can be consumed whilst at The Roses (with the exception of Met: Live in HD screenings, where we allow patrons to bring food). We reserve the right to refuse admission to intoxicated or disorderly people. Age guidance stated for live shows (where applicable) is provided by the visiting companies. The Roses is unable to accept responsibility for accuracy.

*Times may vary to accommodate select events and commitments

Ticket Types

How To Book

Full price: Adults Concessions Available (where specified) to children aged 3 – 15, to people receiving a state pension, those in receipt of Universal Credit or other documented benefits. You may be required to prove eligibility. Under 3s go free, provided they sit on a parent or guardian’s lap. Concessions are £2 off tickets for live events (excludes Band C on banded events) and £1 off for film.

Performance Days: Monday – Friday: 10am – 7.30pm Saturday: 9.30am - 1pm and 1 hour before the start of any event Sunday: From 1 hour before the start of the event. Non Performance Days: 10am – 5pm

By phone: 01684 295074 Online: www.rosestheatre.org In person at Box Office during opening hours Please telephone the Box Office if you are a group booker, or someone with a disability who would like a Row H seat, or if you are a carer and are making a booking on behalf of someone else.

Fees And Charges

A postage charge of £1 per booking applies if you wish to have your tickets posted to you. You can avoid this charge by collecting your tickets from the Box Office. A voluntary contribution will be requested with each transaction to help secure the future of The Roses.

Reservations & Refunds

Reservations: Payment is required for reserved tickets within 3 days of the reservation, or 3 days prior to the date of the event, whichever is the soonest. Any reserved tickets not paid for by this time will be released. Exchanges: At our discretion, tickets can be exchanged for a different performance of the same event. An administration fee of £2 per ticket applies. We do not offer exchanges on tickets for different events. Refunds: We do not offer refunds on any tickets unless the event is cancelled or postponed. If you are unable to attend a performance, and the performance is sold out, we will offer to resell your tickets and credit your account. Members may be credited on performances that they are unable to attend provided we are notified prior to the event.

Families £2 off adult tickets for all parties of 3-9 when the group includes at least 1 child. Each party must include at least 1 person under the age of 16 and 1 adult. We do not charge for children under the age of 3, provided they sit on a parent or guardian’s lap. 16-25s A limited number of seats are available at £5 off the advertised price across any live event that offers concessions (excludes Price Band C on banded events and excludes pantomime). All 16 - 25s tickets must be booked in the recipient’s name. Schools & Groups Buy 10 tickets, get 1 free. Available on most live shows and all films. Please contact Box Office on 01684 295074. Carers Registered carers are entitled to free admission. Proof of eligibility may be required. This brochure is correct at the time of print.

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*Row H has level access and is reserved for wheelchair users or those with mobility issues. Row H is not available to book online - please call Box Office to book.

Parking: The Roses is opposite a large pay and display car park, which has unlimited free parking after 5.30pm every day. By Car: Please see the map right for directions. By Bus: The nearest bus stops to The Roses are in Sun Street, or a one minute walk away, outside Boots. Please check bus timetables for current information.

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Access We welcome customers with disabilities; please advise Box Office if you require special assistance. Wheelchair spaces are available in Row H. To book Row H please call Box Office as they cannot be booked online. Guide dogs are welcome. Hearing: A hearing loop is in operation for film screenings; just turn your hearing aid to T.

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Diary September Sat 1 Sgt Stubby: An Unlikely Hero (PG)11am R Christopher Robin (PG)2pm Hearts Beat Loud (12A)7.30pm Sun 2 Christopher Robin (PG)11am Sgt Stubby: An Unlikely Hero (PG)2pm Hearts Beat Loud (12A)4pm The Escape (15)7.30pm Mon 3 Hearts Beat Loud (12A)7.30pm Tue 4 Christopher Robin (PG)11.15am E P The Escape (15)7.30pm Wed 5 The Escape (15)4pm Whitney (15)7.30pm Thu 6 The Escape (15)11.15am E P Whitney (15)4pm NT Live: Julie7pm Fri 7 The Darkest Minds (12A)5pm The Meg (12A)7.30pm Sat 8 The Big Bad Fox & Other Tales (U)2pm The Meg (12A)4pm The Darkest Minds (12A)7.30pm Sun 9 The Darkest Minds (12A)7.30pm Mon 10 The Guardians (15)7.30pm Tue 11 The Guardians (15)11.15am E P The Meg (12A)7.30pm Wed 12 The Big Band With Five Star Swing7.30pm Thu 13 Bringing On Back The 60s7.30pm Fri 14 The Children Act (12A)2pm Dog Days (12A)5pm Alpha (12A)7.30pm Sat 15 Alpha (12A)1.30pm Dog Days (12A)4pm The Children Act (12A)7.30pm

Sat 22 Yolanda Brown7.30pm Sun 23 Lindisfarne7.30pm Mon 24 Cold War (15)7.30pm Tue 25 Cold War (15)11.15am E P Citizen Kane (U)7.30pm Quiz Night7.45pm Thu 27 Citizen Kane (U)11.15am E P Cold War (15)4pm NT Live: King Lear7pm Fri 28 Talon7.30pm Sat 29 Adam Kay7.30pm Sun 30 Orchestra Pro Anima3pm Falstaff: Chimes At Midnight (PG)7.30pm

October Mon 1 The Seagull (12A)7.30pm Tue 2 Falstaff: Chimes At Midnight (PG)11.15am E P BlacKkKlansman (15)4pm The Seagull (12A)6.15pm P The Miseducation Of Cameron Post (15) 8pm Wed 3 The Seagull (12A)2pm R The Miseducation Of Cameron... (15)5.45pm P BlacKkKlansman (15)7.30pm Thu 4 The Seagull (12A)11.15am E P Pam Ayres (SOLD OUT)7.30pm Fri 5 Rob Newman7.30pm Sat 6 How To Paint A Dog 10am - 4pm The Music Of The Moody Blues7.30pm Sun 7 Stacey Kent7.30pm Mon 8 Searching (12A)4pm MET Live in HD: Aida7pm Thu 11 Searching (12A)7.30pm Fri 12 Counterfeit Stones7.30pm

Sun 16 Dog Days (12A)1pm R La Boheme on Sydney Harbour4pm The Children Act (12A)7.30pm S

Sat 13 Black Is The Color Of My Voice7.30pm

Tue 18 Alpha (12A)6pm P The Children Act (12A)8pm

Mon 15 King Of Thieves (Cert TBC)7.30pm

Sun 14 Dad’s Army Radio Hour4pm King Of Thieves (Cert TBC)7.30pm

Wed 19 The Eyes Of Orson Welles (12A)7.30pm

Tue 16 King Of Thieves (Cert TBC)11.15am E P Not About Heroes7.30pm

Thu 20 The Children Act (12A)11.15am E P Alpha (12A)4pm Dog Days (12A)7.30pm

Wed 17 King Of Thieves (Cert TBC)4pm Cliff Richard 60th Anniversary7pm

Fri 21 The Eyes Of Orson Welles (12A)11.15am E P Beautiful Noise7.30pm

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Thu 18 Cliff Richard 60th Anniversary11.15am Chris Ramsay7.30pm Fri 19 Genesis Connected7.30pm

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S Subtitled R Relaxed Screening

See p. 28 for full information on different film screening types Sat 20 MJ History7.30pm

Sat 17 An Evening With Andy Hamilton7.30pm

Sun 21 Paul Johnson Jazz Café2pm Seriously Dead7.30pm

Thur 22 Christmas Wines7pm

Mon 22 That’ll Be The Day7.30pm

Wed 28 Quiz Night7.45pm

Tue 23 That’ll Be The Day7.30pm Wed 24 Puzzle (15)2pm R MET Live in HD: Samson et Dalila7pm Thu 25 Puzzle (15)11.15am E P & 7.30pm

Sun 25 The Roses’ Choir2pm

December Sat 1 Christmas Card Making 10am - 11.30am Dick Whittington7pm

Fri 26 Johnny English (Cert TBC)11am Swinging At The Cotton Club7.30pm

Sun 2 NT Live: The Madness Of George III7pm Mon 3 Dick Whittington

10am & 1.30pm

Sat 27 Halloween Makeup 10am - 12noon Johnny English (Cert TBC)11am The Roy Orbison Story7.30pm

Tue 4 Dick Whittington

10am & 5.45pm

Sun 28 Johnny English (Cert TBC)11am The Importance Of Being Earnest2pm MET Live in HD: La Fanciulla del West6pm Mon 29 Johnny English (Cert TBC)7.30pm Tue 30 The Importance Of Being Earnest11.15am Johnny English (Cert TBC)7.30pm S Wed 31 Johnny English (Cert TBC)11am R You Win Again7.30pm Quiz Night7.45pm

November Thu 1 Johnny English (Cert TBC)11.15am E P Esther Rantzen7.30pm Fri 2 First Man (Cert TBC)11.15am E P Opera Boys7.30pm Sat 3 How To Hide A Lion 1pm & 3pm First Man (Cert TBC)7.30pm

Wed 5 Dick Whittington 10am & 1.30pm Jeremy Hardy8pm Thu 6 Dick Whittington 10am & 1.30pm NT Live: Antony & Cleopatra7pm Fri 7 Dick Whittington

10am & 7pm

Sat 8 Dick Whittington 11am & 3pm Tewkesbury Town Band7.30pm Sun 9 Tewkesbury Town Band3pm Mon 10 Dick Whittington

10am & 1.30pm

Tue 11 Dick Whittington 10am & 1.30pm Tom Allen: Absolutely8pm Wed 12 Dick Whittington 10am & 1.30pm Powerhouse Gospel Choir8pm Thu 13 Dick Whittington

10am & 1.30pm

Fri 14 Dick Whittington10am Sat 15 Dick Whittington

3pm & 7pm

Sun 16 MET Live in HD: La Traviata6pm Mon 17 Dick Whittington

10am & 1.30pm

Mon 5 The Wife (15)7.30pm

Tue 18 Dick Whittington

10am & 1.30pm

Tue 6 The Wife (15)11.15am E P & 4pm First Man (Cert TBC)7.30pm S

Wed 19 Holly At Christmas7.30pm Thu 20 Dick Whittington

10am & 1.30pm

Wed 7 First Man (Cert TBC)2pm

Fri 21 Dick Whittington

10am & 7pm

Thu 8 First Man (Cert TBC)11.15am E P

Sat 22 Dick Whittington

3pm & 7pm

Thu 8 The Manor Players: Scrooge!7.30pm

Sun 23 Dick Whittington

2pm & 5.45pm

Fri 9 The Manor Players: Scrooge!7.30pm

Mon 24 Dick Whittington

11am & 3pm

Sat 10 The Manor Players: Scrooge!

Dick Whittington runs until Saturday 5 January. See page 4 for full dates. See pages 23 & 22 for 2019 events.

Sun 4 First Man (Cert TBC)7.30pm

2pm & 7.30pm

Sun 11 Sun Records7.30pm Tue 13 MET Live in HD: Marnie7pm Wed 14 Shakespeare Schools Festival 

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Thu 15 Shakespeare Schools Festival7pm

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The Roses' Autumn season brochure, detailing events, films and activities right through to Christmas and beyond.

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The Roses' Autumn season brochure, detailing events, films and activities right through to Christmas and beyond.

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