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Friday 1st July at 7.30pm Scamp Theatre presents The Virginia Monologues: Why Growing Old is Great Written and performed by Virginia Ironside Directed by Nigel Planer “...a gentle, life-affirming ramble through the joys of being a sexagenarian – the bus passes, the bird watching, the glamorous dressing gowns.” - The Independent When an agony aunt reaches sixty, she can lie like a trooper, jump off a bridge – or take to the stage. Virginia Ironside explains that unlimited free drugs, fun funerals, grandchildren and sex – or, even better, no sex – make the sixties the best – and funniest - time of your life… The Virginia Monologues premiered at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe to great acclaim and played limited season of UK sold out gigs in 2010. "Virginia’s become, effectively, a stand-up comedian. Her show is really funny…. I urge you to see it.” - Arthur Smith ‘Loose Ends’ BBC Radio 4 “This doyenne of Fleet Street delivers her observations with precision, style and wit. Her writing is beautiful, funny, sensible and smart – and her show, directed by The Young Ones’ Nigel Planer, is an absolute delight.” - Scotsman Tickets £10, £8 (concessions) Saturday 2nd July at 3pm & 6pm TPA Presents Rock Toyz An All Electric, Rock'n'Roll Cinderella Rock Toyz is a fun, fantasy musical with attitude about what happens when the Toyz from the attic meet the Ratz from the cellar, with love, leather jackets and cartoon comedy thrown in! Reality has ceased, the Party has begun! TPA is a young people’s performing arts group based in Gainsborough. See Tickets £6.00

Wednesday 6th July at 7.30pm Meek’s Cutoff (PG) Dir: Kelly Reichardt 104mins Michelle Williams, Paul Dano A fascinating feminine take on the usually all-male Western, Meek’s Cutoff follows a wagon-train of three families lost in the wilderness whose only hope is to follow a captured Indian. Though will he lead them to salvation or damnation? Tickets £4.50, £3.50 (concessions) Friday 8th July at 7.30pm The Kings Speech (12A) Dir: Tom Hooper. 118 Mins Colin Firth, Geoffrey Rush, Helena Bonham Carter Laden with Oscars and BAFTA which richly rewarded one of the most popular British films of recent years, The King’s Speech is a model of absorbing story-telling, fine acting and richly observed history. It’s also probably one of the last chances to see this year’s multi-award winning film on the big screen where it belongs. Tickets: £4.50 (£3.50 concessions) Saturday 9th July at 2.30pm Stig of the Dump By Clive King Is Stig real or is he the product of Barney’s boyhood imagination? Lou sees Stig, and so do lots of other people, but does this mean they really go back in time to the building of the stone circles? This wonderful musical production of Clive King’s famous story, with lots of opportunity for the audience to take part, will be a truly magical experience. During the light hearted first act rehearsal some children are rehearsed into small parts in the show while the rest of the audience are taught the chorus songs. This is family theatre at its very best. Said by the author to be the best adaptation of his novel, this wonderful production will be another moving and stimulating experience of high quality musical theatre for both children and adults. Continues over page

Clive King's wonderful story of Barney and his Neolithic friend Stig has been a firm favourite with children and adults since it was first published in the early sixties. Barney and Stig's many adventures in and around the chalk pit, near his grandfather's house, culminate in a fascinating journey back in time to the days when there were only Stigs and stone circles. With beautiful costumes, an ingenious set and wonderful music from Robert Hyman, this production will continue Image Musical Theatre's tradition of providing the very best touring productions for theatres and primary schools. Tickets £6.50 and £4.50 (concessions) £20.00 family ticket (2 adults + 2 children) Wednesday 13th July at 7.30pm Win Win (15) Dir: Thomas McCarthy 106mins Paul Giamatti, Amy Ryan Disheartened attorney Mike Flaherty, who moonlights as a school wrestling coach, stumbles across a star athlete through some questionable business dealings. Yet just as it looks like he’ll get a double payday, the boy's mother shows up fresh from rehab and flat broke, threatening to derail everything. A touching comedy about family life. Tickets £4.50, £3.50 (concessions) Thursday 14th July at 8pm The Hoot Comedy Club Headline - Paul McCaffrey – Edinburgh Festival Preview 'Likeable, animated and fluid, with a first rate sense of timing. A very appealing act indeed' - Compere – Elliot J Huntley Plus full supporting undercard Tickets £5.00

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Saturday 16th July at 3pm & 6pm Be’dazzled Summer Spectacular Based in Misterton, Be’dazzled Drama Academy is a thriving drama school for local children. The pupils range from the ages of 4-15 and this will be their forth performance at Trinity Arts Centre. This year’s summer show allows you to experience a touch of nostalgia with their own interpretation of life in the 80’s. With teenage thrills and spills there promises to be explosive action on stage as the cast of Be’dazzled take you on a journey through the decade. Along the way there will be plenty of laughing, singing and dancing. What will happen as all the members of Be’dazzled come together for an all cast performance entitled ‘Cut Loose’- Join us and see! For more information about Be’dazzled: or 01427 890296 Tickets £4.50, £3.50 (concessions) Wednesday 20th July at 7.30pm The Way (12A) Dir: Emilio Estevez 128mins Martin Sheen, Deborah Kara Unger An American father travels to France to recover the body of his estranged son who died while walking the "El camino de Santiago" trail from France to Santiago de Compostela in Spain. Deciding to take “The Way” himself he encounters both a physical and spiritual re-awakening. Tickets £4.50, £3.50 (concessions)

Friday 22nd July at 7.30pm The Magnets "a cappella band The Magnets are complete pros...they're a band to watch in 2011" The Guardian They are the singing secret that the stars have kept to themselves, the vocal group with a word-of-mouth reputation for spicing up the parties of supermodels, heads of state and billionaires with their blend of glorious harmonies and jaw dropping beat-boxing. But now, after selling out London’s legendary Roundhouse, electrifying performances at the Isle of Wight and Glastonbury Festivals, and their current sell-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe, The Magnets are emerging from the shadows as one of Britain’s hottest musical acts. Literally a ‘six-man sound machine’, The Magnets make all their music with their mouths alone, including the drums of vocal percussionist/beat-boxer Andy Frost and the richly textured bass of Fraser Collins. However, this is no attempt to mimic instruments, but rather the blending of six distinctive voices to create a unique sound that rivals any band with guitars and keyboards. At the heart of The Magnets music lies a gift for extraordinarily imaginative arrangements that radically restyle and subvert songs from artists as diverse as Kraftwerk and Beyoncé. Highlights include a sun soaked lounge version of Blur’s ‘Girls & Boys', a sultry 'Poker Face' by Lady Gaga (recently performed for Scott Mills on Radio 1), and their trademark mega-medleys, currently a show-stopping A-Z of movie themes from A-Team to Zulu. Now centre-stage in the current revival in vocal harmony music, seen everywhere from Glee to The Choir, The Magnets have risen from humble beginnings as street performers in London's Covent Garden. They have enjoyed a colourful subsequent history, including an EMI record deal, support tours with Tom Jones and Michael Ball, and continuous international touring from Singapore to the Cayman Islands. They have recently been seen and heard on ITV1’s Magic Numbers, BBC Breakfast, and BBC Radio 1 and 2. "a cappella singing straight from the Gods…The Magnets are the epitome of cool" Edinburgh Evening News Tickets £12.50

Saturday 23rd July at 12noon Films 4 Families: Winnie the Pooh (U) Dirs: Stephen J Anderson & Don Hall 69mins One day in Hundred Acre Wood, Winnie the Pooh sets out to find some honey. But thinking that Christopher Robin has been captured by a creature, Pooh convinces Tigger, Rabbit, Piglet, Owl, Kanga, Roo, and Eeyore that they have to save him. A big screen Disney treat for the little ones. £3.00 all tickets Saturday 23rd July at 7.30pm Hanna (12A) Dir: Joe Wright 111mins Saoirse Ronan, Cate Blanchett, Eric Bana “Atonement” director Joe Wright shows off his ability to handle action-movies with this breathless tale of 16-year Hanna as she sweeps through North Africa and Europe on a mission to track down her past. The sense of a modern fairy-tale is enhanced by Cate Blanchett as a nasty queen from the CIA. Tickets £4.50, £3.50 (concessions) Wednesday 27th July at 12noon Lunchtime Literature: Dr Jane Mackay Tennessee Williams: A Streetcar Named Desire Fading southern belle Blanche Dubois depends on the kindness of strangers and is adrift in the modern world. When she arrives to stay with her sister Stella in a crowded, boisterous corner of New Orleans, her delusions of grandeur bring her into conflict with Stella’s crude, brutish husband Stanley. Please note, you do not need to have read the set text to enjoy Lunchtime Literature! Tickets £6.50 including a hot beverage.

Wednesday 27th July 2pm Lunchtime Literature Matinee: A Streetcar Named Desire (12A) Dir: Elia Kazan 122mins Marlon Brando, Vivian Leigh Marlon Brando still smoulders as the earthy love-interest to Vivian Leigh’s half-crazy Blanche DuBois in Tennessee Williams’ sizzling New Orleans drama. Winner of 4 Oscars and the movie that made Brando a star. Tickets £3 Wednesday 27th July at 7.30pm Julia’s Eyes (15) Dir: Guillem Morales 112mins Belén Rueda, Lluis Homar Yet another astonishing Spanish chiller from producer Guillermo Del Toro, Julia’s Eyes centres on a woman facing hereditary blindness who tries to track down the killer of her twin sister before the darkness overtakes her completely. Tickets £4.50, £3.50 (concessions) Friday 29th July at 1.30pm Silver Screen Matinee: Breakfast at Tiffanys (PG) Dir: Blake Edwards 115mins Audrey Hepburn, George Peppard 50 years old yet still remarkably fresh, this classic Hollywood tale of a Manhattan socialite and the merry dance she shares with an aspiring writer never fails to warm the heart with its cocktail of wit, charm and romance. And Audrey Hepburn singing “Moon River”! Tickets £3.50 Friday 29th July at 7.30pm The Messenger (15) Dir: Oren Moverman 112mins Samantha Morton, Woody Harrelson, Ben Foster Serving out the final months of his enlistment a wounded US soldier is given the job of messenger to the next-of-kin who have died in Iraq. Warned about keeping an emotional distance; when the soldier meets a widow he cannot resist inevitably there are consequences of the heart. Tickets £4.50, £3.50 (concessions)

Wednesday 3rd August at 7.30pm 13 Assassins (15) Dir: Takashi Miike 141mins Kôji Yakusho, Takayuki Yamada Not so much an update on the classic Japanese period epic, 13 Assassins virtually re-invents the form as a small group of samurai take on a 200-strong army with the intention of killing their evil lord. When the battle finally arrives, bombs, bullets, and above all swords carve out some of the most exciting cinema in years. Tickets £4.50, £3.50 (concessions) Friday 5th August at 1.30pm Parent & Baby Screening: Arthur (12A) Dir: Jason Winer 110mins Russell Brand, Helen Mirren In the role of a drunken playboy Russell Brand’s Hollywood career takes another jerk forward with this re-make of a 1981 film starring Dudley Moore. Watched over by housekeeper Helen Mirren, Arthur goes for laughs as well as love. Tickets £4.50, £3.50 (concessions) Friday 5th August at 7.30pm Some Like It Hot (PG) Dir: Billy Wilder 120mins Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis, Jack Lemmon Voted the best American comedy of all time, Billy Wilder’s cool and hilarious film about a pair of feckless musicians in the 1920s who are forced to flee the Chicago mob dressed as women in all-girl band, still sparkles as brilliantly as ever. Tickets £4.50, £3.50 (concessions) Saturday 6th August at 7.30pm Pina (U) Dir: Wim Wenders 103mins This extraordinary documentary of the late German choreographer Pina Bausch is a collection of stunning, breathtaking dance pieces using Pina’s company, the Tanztheatre of Wuppertal, both in the theatre and out in the open air. At times incredibly moving and spectacular. “Dance, dance, otherwise we are lost.” Tickets £4.50, £3.50 (concessions)

Wednesday 10th August at 7.30pm The Extraordinary Adventures of Adéle Blanc-Sec (12A) Dir: Luc Besson 107mins Louise Bourgoin, Mathieu Amalric Derived from a popular French comic strip the director of The Fifth Element and Leon spares no expense (it’s budget was over $25million) in creating a visually stunning Indiana Jones-type yarn involving Egyptian mummies, prehistoric birds, bungling coppers and back-from-the-dead sisters all set in Paris before the first World War. Spoil yourself and be amazed. Tickets £4.50, £3.50 (concessions) Thursday 11th August at 8pm The Hoot Comedy Club Headline - Alfie Moore 'Policeman by day, sidesplitting stand-up by night with hilarious tales of life on the beat' - Spotlight Comedy Compere – Elliot J Huntley Plus full supporting undercard Tickets £5.00 Friday 12th August at 12noon Silver Screen Matinee: Chimes at Midnight (PG) Dir: Orson Welles 115mins Orson Welles, Jeanne Moreau, John Gielgud Piecing together the career of Sir John Falstaff from no less than five Shakespeare plays, Henry IV Parts 1 and 2, Richard II, Henry V, and The Merry Wives of Windsor, Welles turns out one of the most accessible and human versions of the Bard’s output. The Battle of Agincourt sequence alone is one of all cinema’s finest. A rare screening. Tickets £3.50

Friday 12th August at 7.30pm Kaboom (15) Dir: Gregg Araki 86mins Thomas Dekker, Haley Bennett A camp, anarchic comedy filled with rude people doing ruder things; Kaboom follows a student starting college who finds it overrun with aliens, witches and weirdoes. There’s also a secret organisation plotting to destroy the world but the apocalypse has never been such fun. Naughty but nice. Tickets £4.50, £3.50 (concessions) Wednesday 17th August at 7.30pm Le Quattro Volte (U) Dir: Michelangelo Frammartino 88mins Guiseppe Funda, Bruno Timpano Practically wordless Le Quattro Volte (The Four Times) is a majestic celebration of life and living as it weaves through the four states of being: human, animal, vegetable, and mineral. Starting with an old hill farmer in rural Italy and ending with dust in the wind this sublime mediation features the joy and the wonder of life itself. Tickets £4.50, £3.50 (concessions) Friday 19 August at 1.30pm Silver Screen Matinee: Monsieur Hulot’s Holiday (U) Dir: Jacques Tati 114mins Lanky, accident-prone Monsieur Hulot goes to the sea-side for his vacation and creates a unique world of gentle chaos. With no discernable dialogue yet as French as a beret and a string of onions, Jacques Tati’s comic masterpiece is a high summer treat of the finest vintage. Tickets £3.50 Friday 19th August at 7.30pm Fire in Babylon (12A) Dir: Steven Riley 86mins A feature-length documentary about the great West Indies cricket team of the 1980s paints a stirring picture of the players coming together through the 70s then it capturing the world stage as great historical events unfolded. And you don’t have to be a cricket fan to enjoy the drama, excitement and sheer joy of the movie. Tickets £4.50, £3.50 (concessions)

Saturday 20th August Gainsborough’s Got Pirates! A special one-day screening of Pirates of the Caribbean 1, 2 & 3 ahead of the latest saga, Pirates 4: On Stranger Tides. Book them together and see all 4 films for just £12 Saturday 20th August at 1pm Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl (12A) Dir: Gore Verbinski 142mins Johnny Depp, Kiera Knightley, Orlando Bloom Saturday 20th August at 4pm Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest (12A) Dir: Gore Verbinski 151mins Saturday 20th August at 7.30pm Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End (12A) Dir: Gore Verbinski 169mins Wednesday 24th August at 12noon & 7.30pm & Thursday 25th at 7.30pm Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (12A) Dir: Rob Marshall 137mins Johnny Depp, Penelope Cruz, Geoffrey Rush In the latest installment of Captain Jack’s adventure, Sparrow and Barbossa embark on a quest to find the elusive fountain of youth, only to discover that Blackbeard and his daughter are after it too. Tickets £4.50, £3.50 (concessions) Saturday 27the August at 12noon Films 4 Families: Forbidden Planet (U) Dir: Fred M Wilcox 98mins Leslie Nielson, Anne Francis Based on Shakespeare’s play The Tempest, Forbidden Planet features Leslie Neilson (before his late career as a comedian) as captain of a spaceship that lands on a planet populated by a scientist and his daughter. But there’s also something else out there…and it’s angry. Gentle classic science-fiction for all the family. Tickets £3

Wednesday 31st August at 12noon Lunchtime Literature: Dr Jane Mackay William Golding 'Lord of the Flies' A plane crashes on an uninhabited island and the only survivors, a group of schoolboys, assemble on the beach and wait to be rescued. By day they inhabit a land of fantastic birds and dark blue seas, but at night their dreams are haunted by the image of a terrifying beast. Please note, you do not need to have read the set text to enjoy Lunchtime Literature! Tickets £6.50 including a hot beverage Wednesday 31st August at 2pm Lunchtime Literature Matinee: Lord of the Flies (15) Dir: Harry Hook 90mins Balthazar Getty, Chris Furrh This second film of William Golding’s novel about a group of school-kids marooned on a desert island who gradually revert to primitive savagery is richly served by its colourful Hawaiian locations. Tickets £3 Wednesday 31st August at 7.30pm Huge (cert TBC) Dir: Ben Miller 85mins Noel Clark, Johnny Harris Very much a labour of love from writer/director Ben Miller (the other half of TVs Armstrong & Miller). Huge follows the fortunes of a comic duo as they slog their way up towards the big time, and it’s stuffed with appearances from the stars of stand-up from Stephen K Amos to Jo Brand, Harry Hill to Eddie Izzard. Tickets £4.50, £3.50 (concessions) Friday 2nd September at 7.30pm Bridesmaids (15) Dir: Paul Feig 125mins Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolf Proving that women can be just as funny as men in this feminine take on such knockabout comedies as The Hangover, join maid-of-honour Annie (the hilarious Kristen Wiig) and her wayward bunch of bridesmaids when they fly to Vegas for a friend's wedding and all hell breaks loose. Tickets £4.50, £3.50 (concessions)

Saturday 3rd September at 7.30pm Trinity Arts Centre present Tickled Pink A night of the best female stand-ups aid of The Breast Cancer Campaign: Researching the cure. Shazia Miraz 'In that global menagerie of comedy Mirza is that rarest of rare creatures. She guarantees an audience with her biting deadpan observations' The New York Times Shazia is an award winning British Asian stand up Comedian and columnist from Birmingham sticking the figurative knife into political correctness with devastatingly funny effect. She performs all over the world and has toured the US, Sweden, Denmark, France Holland and Germany. Her vast array of TV credits includes CBS ‘60 Minutes’, NBC's ‘Last Comic Standing’, Paramount’s ‘The World Stands Up’ and BBC’s ‘Have I Got News for You’. Diane Spencer 'A rollickingly good slice of frank, un-gimmicky stand-up. She could be the female Jim Jefferies, with an honesty and humility that makes her abject embarrassment riotously hilarious' **** - Nominated for Best Female Comedian by the New Zealand Comedy Guild, Diane is a globetrotting gagster who is witty, wordy and intelligently armed with hilariously challenging stories. She performs with such an affable humility she might have you thinking of the girl next door, but swiftly turns heads as she explodes in a raucously rude and rib-tickling manner. Ruth E Cockburn 'She does something the best comedians do; finds material that the audience recognises from their own lives, and simultaneously makes them realise how foolish they are.”' – Underground A regular fixture at ‘Laughing Cows’ at Manchester’s legendary Frog & Bucket comedy venue and an established playwright with her work having being performed at numerous festivals from Edinburgh to Sydney; Ruth’s comedy is a perilously potent mix of spot-on, slightly surreal social commentary and brilliantly inventive, hummable and instantly hilarious songs. Compere - Kate Mulgrew 'An exuberant and affable personality with plenty of memorable jokes' - A resident compere at several comedy venues, Ms Mulgrew supported the Boy with Tape on His Face on UK theatre tour dates. Charming, witty and with just a hint of a wicked glint in her eye, Katie’s oddball anecdotal humour is a joy to behold. + Special events on the night Tickets £15.00 including a Pink Fizz Welcome Drink

Wednesday 7th September at 7.30pm My Dog Tulip (12A) Dirs: Paul & Sandra Fierlinger 83mins Christopher Plummer, Lynne Redgrave A very grown-up cartoon based on J R Ackerly’s memoir of his time spent sharing life with a rescued German Shepherd dog is practically a hymn to the companionship and respect enjoyed by man and beast. It also embraces the dirty aspects of a dog’s life but loving a pet is as much about cleaning as preening. Tickets £4.50, £3.50 (concessions) Thursday 8th September at 8pm The Hoot Comedy Club Headline - Kevin Precious 'If he were any more laid back he'd fall over - we fell over laughing' - Evening Standard Compere – Elliot J Huntley Plus full supporting undercard Tickets £5.00 Thursday 8th - Saturday 10th September Heritage Weekend Take a journey through Trinity’s conversion from Church to Arts Centre with photographic memories, memorabilia and artefacts displayed throughout the venue, while photographer Nicholas Gray is our local artist exhibiting in our Art In The Bar Wallspace and compares today’s Gainsborough with bygone times. Friday 9th September at 1.30pm Silver Screen Matinee: How to Survive the 1940s (PG) Dirs: Various 85mins A programme of six short films made for the Central Office of Information between 1946 and 1950 presents not only a nostalgic view of post-war Britain but also fascinating snippets of public information on topics such as dangerous driving, VD, nuclear war, and the highs and lows of office life. Both comic and serious but always true and above all British. Tickets £3.50

Tuesday 13th – Saturday 17th September (Evenings at 7.30pm plus Saturday Matinee at 2.30pm) Gainsborough Amateur Operatic Society presents Blitz! Coming from Lionel Bart, the composer of 'Oliver!', you can be assured of a toe-tapping evening of memorable tunes, comedy and pathos in 'Blitz!' In 1940 the East End of London is taking a terrible pounding from Hitler's bombs. Life, however, goes on, centring around the matriarchal Mrs Blitztein and her large family - which includes her petty-criminal son Harry and her beautiful daughter Carol. They all fight their own particular battles with neighbours and authorities alike, through many situations, many humorous, some tragic, and eventually find their own individual peace in that war-torn world. 'Blitz!' features many hit songs, including "The Day after Tomorrow", "Who's This Geezer Hitler?", "Far Away", "Down the Lane" and "Duty Calls". The large cast includes a children's chorus which feature in “We’re going to the Country" and the show stopping "Mums and Dads". A Great British musical! Music and lyrics by LIONEL BART Book by LIONEL BART and JOAN MAITLAND This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Josef Weinberger Ltd. Tickets: £10 (Concessions availible £9 on Tuesday and Saturday Matinee only) (Family Ticket of 2 Adults + 2 Children £35 Saturday Matinee only) Wednesday 21st September at 7.30pm Potiche (15) Dir: François Ozon 103mins Catherine Daneuve, Gérard Depardieu France, 1977. Suzanne is the submissive wife of ferocious factory owner Robert, but when a combination of striking workers and a heart attack keep Robert at home, Suzanne flourishes as his replacement in the boardroom. Even the return of an ex-lover can’t hold her back. Very funny. (Potiche, by the way, means a trophy wife). Tickets £4.50, £3.50 (concessions)

Friday 23rd September at 7.30pm The Tempest ‘A theatrical tour de force’ - The Scotsman An old man is comatose and near death...the play of The Tempest is his last living second, a time in which his loss is assuaged and his enemies forgiven. With an enchanting mesh of mime, masking, movement, and the music of voice, 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. The two-man Tempest is an audacious and exhilarating adaptation of Shakespeare’s tumultuous farewell to the stage by Geoff Bullen with a specially commissioned score by the internationally renowned composer Tot Taylor, including contributions from Stacey Kent, Alan Barnes, and Simon Warner. Minimal, magical and not to be missed! Tickets £10, £8 (concessions) Saturday 24th September at 12noon Films 4 Families: Diary of a Wimpy Kid 2 (PG) Dir: David Bowers 99mins Zachery Gordon, Devon Bostock This bubbly sequel to the first Wimpy Kid movie is arguably even funnier as Greg and his older brother Rodrick try to deal with their parents nutty idea that the two kids must actually start to like each other. A film that will get the whole family laughing. Tickets £3 Saturday 24th September at 7.30pm Larry Crowne (12A) Dir: Tom Hanks. 99mins Tom Hanks, Julia Roberts Tom Hanks’ second film as director features him in the title role as a middle-aged man who loses his job and re-invents his life after returning to college. There he becomes attracted to a disillusioned teacher (Julia Roberts) and both rediscover a reason to live. A warm and very human comedy drama. Tickets £4.50, £3.50 (concessions)

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Friday 30th September at 7.30pm Beginners (15) Dir: Mike Mills 105mins Ewan McGregor, Christopher Plummer Heartbreaking yet at the same time often hilarious Beginners begins with two revelations that almost literally floor the son of a father in his mid-70s. The first: his dad is dying of cancer. Second: his dad’s really gay. Add a romantic entanglement in the son’s life as well and you have one of the most touching dramas of the year. Tickets £4.50, £3.50 (concessions) Rhythm in Movement

Gainsborough & District Decorative and Fine Arts Society (N.A.D.F.A.S) The Gainsborough & District Decorative and Fine Arts Society regularly meet at the Trinity Arts Centre. The dates for the next meetings are as follows:

Learn the hottest dance moves as seen in films such as Step Up, to develop rhythm and co-ordination as well as learn choreography, create your own moves and have input in creating a dance routine.

Thursday 7th July, Thursday 1st September & Thursday 6th October For more information about the group or any of their events contact their Secretary Barbara Jones on 01427 788568

Street dance is a great way to learn to dance, keep fit, make new friends and have A Wider Air Singing Workshops fun all at the same time. All abilities Come and join these creative and friendly welcome! singing sessions for ages 14+ and all abilities here at Trinity Arts Centre. Taster Sessions:Thursday 18th August 1pm-3pm New members are always welcome. Friday 26th August 1pm-3pm Interested? Then call the group’s secretary, Wednesday 7th September 1pm-3pm Janet Simpson, on 01427 617313. Weekly sessions run Saturdays at 10am 12noon from Saturday 24th September.

Saturday sessions are from 10am -12noon on 11th June, 10th September, 8th October, 5th November, 3rd December

Tickets £5 The Flexible Learning Program The program is an alternative education provided by Trent Valley Academy as a preventative measure for the students who are at risk of exclusion. We aim to provide quality offsite provision, in academic and vocational qualifications as well as support for social, emotional and health related issues.

Act Now! Meeting on Mondays 6-8pm. Act Now is an established drama group for adults with learning disabilities currently in its 10th year. The group works on short plays and performs them through the year at the Arts Centre. For further information contact the Box Office 01427 676655.

Please note: Film screenings do not have alloctated seating.

ORANGE WEDNESDAY COMING SOON 2 for 1 cinema tickets If you’re an Orange mobile or broadband customer, you can soon enjoy 2 for 1 cinema tickets every Wednesday. See our website for details at

Centre Screen West Lindsey is a brand new rural touring cinema venture, based at the Trinity Arts Centre. The scheme will run within the West Lindsey District Council area and is in partnership with the Big Country Rural Cinema Network We are now looking for promoters and venues to bring the cinema to you, for information and a promoter’s pack please contact Kevin Dunbar c/o Trinity Arts Centre, Trinity Street, Gainsborough, DN21 2AL. tel:01427 675137 Email:

ONLINE BOOKING For ease and convenience you can now book your tickets online 24 hours a day by visiting our booking website, Please note: There is a booking fee for this service. GROUP BOOKING A discount of 10% is offered on group bookings of ten or more people for most events. If you are planning to come along to a show as part of a group please contact the Box Office to see if there are any discounts. SCHOOLS AND COLLEGE BOOKINGS We always like to give local school and college groups an opportunity to attend shows at a reasonable price - we may even be able to offer you further discounts than those advertised. If you would like to bring along an educational group to a show please contact the Box Office to discuss your requirements. FILMS 4 FAMILIES Every month why not join us for our Films 4 Families on one Saturday a month. We bring you a variety of uplifting, fun and entertaining movies suitable for all ages. No joining fee just great value tickets at £3.00 per person. Join our loyalty card scheme and get films for free.

PARENT AND BABY SCREENING If you miss going to the cinema since your little one arrived, then Parent and Baby screenings are here to help! Great films shown in a baby friendly atmosphere at a great price. Call box office on 01427 676655 for more details. RESERVATION AND PAYMENT POLICY Please note that all reservations must be paid for 7 working days prior to the event. Tickets not collected within this period will be released for sale again. We regret that all tickets are non-refundable.

CAR PARK The centre has a car park under 24 hour surveillance, free to its visitors. This is approached from Sandsfield Lane at the rear of the Centre. Free car parking is also availible after 6pm at Marshall’s Yard. INTERNET ACCESS The Trinity has free Wi-Fi access in the bar. If you are coming to a show or film why don’t you bring along your laptop to surf the net or check your emails whilst enjoying a relaxing drink. HIRES The Auditorium and Vestry are both available for hire. The Centre has a 200-seater Auditorium with slide and film capabilities, PA system, disabled access to front of Auditorium and induction loop for hearing aid uses. OHP and flip charts by arrangement. If you wish to hire our facilities, you are welcome to use your own caterers – arrangements to be agreed. Our licensed bar is also available. For full details of availability and fees please contact the Box Office on 01427 676655. DATA PROTECTION ACT 1998 We are committed to maintaining the Data Protection principles of good handling practice. Personal details taken when processing your booking will only be used for marketing purposes or to notify you if there are any changes to your booking and will not be forwarded to any other organisation without your consent. Please contact the Box Office on 01427 676655 if you would like your details removed from our database. ACCESS The Centre’s Auditorium is only partly accessible for disabled users. The front row is accessible without the need to use stairs. Wheelchair spaces are available with adjoining spaces for escorts to sit if required. The upper rows of the auditorium are regrettably not accessible by ramp. Wheelchair access is available to the stage. The Auditorium has an induction loop. Language Line interpreting and translation service is available if required.

STAFF Operations & Marketing Manager Janet Keens Technical Manager Kevin Dunbar Arts Promotion Officer James Kinnersley FOH Team Sharon Brooks, Mandy Kitchen, Slawomir Swierczynski, Julia Ibbitson, Holly Parker, This live events guide is available in a large print James Vickers, Kathy Mannion, Sean Thornhill format. To order your copy contact the Box Office on 01427 676655. FOOD & DRINK Please note that only food and drinks purchased on the premises may be consumed at Trinity Arts Centre.

The management reserves the right to refuse admission.

July - September 2011 Friday 1st July at 7.30pm

The Virginia Monologues: Why Growing Old is Great

Saturday 2nd July at 3pm & 6pm Wednesday 6th July at 7.30pm

TPA Presents Rock Toyz Meek’s Cutoff (PG)

Friday 8th July at 7.30pm Saturday 9th July at 2.30pm

The Kings Speech (12A) Stig of the Dump

Wednesday 13th July at 7.30pm Thursday 14th July at 8pm

Win Win (15) The Hoot Comedy Club

Saturday 16th July at 3pm & 6pm Wednesday 20th July at 7.30pm

Be’dazzled Summer Spectacular The Way (12A)

Friday 22nd July at 7.30pm Saturday 23rd July at 12noon

The Magnets Films 4 Families: Winnie the Pooh (U)

Saturday 23rd July at 7.30pm Wednesday 27th July 12 noon

Hanna (12A) Lunchtime Literature

Wednesday 27th July 2pm Wednesday 27th July at 7.30pm

Lunchtime Literature Matinee: A Streetcar Names Desire (12A) Julia’s Eyes (15)

Friday 29th July at 1.30pm Friday 29th July at 7.30pm

Silver Screen Matinee: Breakfast at Tiffanys (PG) The Messenger (15)

Wednesday 3rd August at 7.30pm Friday 5th August at 1.30pm

13 Assassins (15) Parent & Baby Screening: Arthur (12A)

Friday 5th August at 7.30pm Saturday 6th August at 7.30pm

Silver Screen Matinee: Some Like It Hot (PG) Pina (Cert TBC)

Wednesday 10th August at 7.30pm Thursday 11th August at 8pm

The Extraordinary Adventures of Adéle Blanc-Sec (12A) The Hoot Comedy Club

Friday 12th August at 1.30pm Friday 12th August at 7.30pm

Chimes at Midnight (PG) Kaboom (15)

Wednesday 17th August at 7.30pm Friday 19 August at 1.30pm

Le Quattro Volte (U) Silver Screen Matinee: Monsieur Hulot’s Holiday (U)

Friday19th August at 7.30pm Saturday at 1pm

Fire in Babylon (12A) Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl (12)

Saturday 20th August at 4pm Saturday 20th August at 7.30pm

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest (12A) Pirates of the Caribbean: A World’s End (12A)

Wed 24th at 1.30pm & 7.30pm Thursday 25th at 7.30pm

Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (12A) Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (12A)

Saturday 27th August at 12noon Wednesday 31st August at 12 noon

Films 4 Families: Forbidden Planet (U) Lunchtime Literature

Wednesday 31st August at 2pm Wednesday 31st August at 7.30pm

Lunchtime Literature Matinee: Lord of the Flies (15) Huge (cert TBC)

Friday 2nd September at 7.30pm Saturday 3rd September at 7.30pm

Bridesmaids (15) Tickled Pink: Comedy Night

Wednesday 7th September at 7.30pm Thursday 8th September at 8pm

My Dog Tulip (12A) The Hoot Comedy Club

Thursday 8th - Saturday10th September Friday 9th September at 1.30pm

Heritage Weekend Silver Screen Matinee: How to Survive the 1940s (PG)

Tuesday 13th – Saturday 17th September Wednesday 21st September at 7.30pm

Gainsborough Amateur Operatic Society presents Blitz! Potiche (15)

Friday 23rd September at 7.30pm Saturday 24th September at 12noon

The Tempest Films 4 Families: Diary of a Wimpy Kid 2 (PG)

Saturday 24th September at 7.30pm Wednesday 28th September at 12 noon

Larry Crowne (12A) Lunchtime Literature

Wednesday 28th September at 2pm Wednesday 28th at 7.30pm

Lunchtime Literature Matinee: The French Lieutenant’s Woman (12) Point Blank (15)

Friday 30th September at 1.30pm Friday 30th September at 7.30pm

Parent & Baby Screening: Something Borrowed (12A) Beginners (15)

Trinity Arts Centre July to September 2011  

Trinity Arts Centre July to September 2011 Events Guide

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