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Saturday 1st October at 7.30pm What would Helen Mirren Do? Susan is a long-term supermarket checkout operator from Oldham. She's never had to give much thought to role models until she gets promoted and is forced to adopt one. Oscarwinning actress and international star Helen Mirren is an unlikely choice but Susan's life changes dramatically when she starts to ask herself, 'What Would Helen Mirren do?" A one woman comedy drama about love, work, letting go and finding out who we really are. Tickets £10.00 and £8.00 Wednesday 5th October at 7.30pm The Tree of Life (12A) Dir: Terrence Malick 2hrs 19mins Brad Pitt, Sean Penn Nothing less than an attempt to film the very meaning of existence, Malick’s award-winning epic features a history of the universe through the lens of a family’s life in 1950s Texas. Equally ambitious and astonishing, the movie rightly won this year’s top prize at the Cannes Film Festival. Tickets £4.50 and £3.50 Saturday 8th October at 7.30pm Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (12A) Dir: David Yates 2hrs 10mins 12A Daniel Radcliffe, Ralph Fiennes The stupendous final instalment of the film version of J K Rowling’s Harry Potter epic sees our still be-spectacled hero confronting the dark Lord Voldemorte as they try to destroy the magical instruments that give him immortality. A stirring conclusion to one of cinema’s greatest legends. Tickets £4.50 and £3.50


Wednesday 12th October at 7.30pm Sarah’s Key (12A) Dir: Gilles Paaquet-Brenner 1hr 51mins (Subtitled) Kristen Scott-Thomas, Mélusine Mayance Alternating between the Nazi round-up of Jews in 1942 Paris and the present day, two woman are trapped in a struggle to save a child. A moving and heart-wrenching drama that handsomely delivers its emotional tale made all the more remarkable because it’s based on what really happened. Tickets £4.50 and £3.50 Thursday 13th October at 8pm The Hoot Comedy Club Headline: Sean Moran "Droll of delivery but hilariously twisted in content, Sean is a clear cut crowd pleaser with what feels like an unlimited number of spot-on observations. A class act" - City Life Resident Compere - Elliot J Huntley “The relaxed and unhurried stage persona of a born story-teller who can keep an audience hanging on his words even when he isn’t telling any jokes – a rare talent" - bbc.co.uk Plus full supporting undercard. Tickets £5.00


Saturday 15th October Gainsborough Folk Festival The day begins at 12 noon with a harmony singing workshop and progresses through two concerts via informal sessions and a songwriters forum. Throughout the day the music will range from traditional to contemporary with a generous serving of humour. Artists appearing in the afternoon concert are John Blanks, Tom Bliss and Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer. Sandwiched between the concerts there will be an Audience with Bernard Wrigley who is well known from TV programmes such as Dinnerladies and Emmerdale. In the evening we have George Papavgeris and his Los Marbles, Bernard Wrigley, Tom Napper and Tom Bliss. A ticket for the whole day costs £23 (£18 for concessions) or the evening concert is available separately for £15 (£12 for concessions). These are both available through the Trinity Arts Centre box office. Tickets for individual events will be available on the day, although the day ticket includes everything on offer and represents a considerable saving. For the complete programme, please look at www.gainsboroughfolkclub.com. Tickets £23.00/£18.00 day tickets + £15.00/£12.00 evening tickets


Wednesday 19th October at 7.30pm The Skin I Live In (15) Dir: Pedro Almodóvar 1hr 57mins (Subtitled) Antonio Banderas, Elena Anaya This typically luscious melodrama from Pedro Almodóvar focuses on a tragedy haunted plastic surgeon and his invention of synthetic skin that is all but indestructible. But he needs someone to test it on and finds a woman who holds the key to his strange obsessions. Tickets £4.50 and £3.50 Friday 21st October at 7.30pm Rise of the Planet of the Apes (12A) Dir: Rupert Wyatt 1hr 44mins James Franco, Andy Serkis Evolution meets revolution when genetic engineering creates an army of super-primates and civilization as we know it can never be the same. The best science fiction film of the year and a convincing prequel to the 1968 original. Don’t miss the final credit sequence that explains how the apes ruled the world. Tickets £4.50 and £3.50 Saturday 22nd October at 7.30pm Henry Blofeld: Shaken, Not Stirred There is so much more to Henry Blofeld than the cosy old Test Match Special commentary box. No one has lived life more to the full. No one's views are more prickly and earth-shatteringly funny. The pompous, the politically correct, the prancing popinjays on every platform of life, are kicked unceremoniously into touch. 'Elf an Safety are shaken until the pips squeak. He talks about his entry into the world of journalism and broadcasting with some great stories. There's some hysterical stuff from the Test Match Special commentary box, great stories of John Arlott, Brian Johnston and the others including the great Jim Swanton. The name-dropping starts in spades with Ian Fleming in Jamaica; It's a guinea-a-minute and more than an hour and a half of uncomplicated fun and laughter which makes everyone feel a great deal better. By the end, the entire audience is both shaken and stirred and positively itching for more. Tickets £15.00


Wednesday 26th October at 12noon Lunchtime Literature: Dr Jane Mackay Henry James: The Turn of the Screw A horror story for this season, written by the absolute master of psychological exploration. A ghost story that may or may not have ghosts! Is the governess moral and sane, or prurient and mad? We will see if we can help towards a clear decision! Tickets £6.50 inc hot beverage Wednesday 26th October at 2pm Lunchtime Literature Matinee: The Innocents (12A) Dir: Jack Clayton 1hr 35mins Deborah Kerr, Megs Jenkins Arguably the best British psychological horror film ever made, this 1961 version of Henry James’ Turn of the Screw features Deborah Kerr as the Victorian governess of two increasingly evil children who drive her to the point of madness. Tickets £3 Wednesday 26th October at 7.30pm The Guard (15) Dir: John Michael McDonagh 1hr 36mins Brendan Glesson, Don Cheedle, In a sleepy town in Galway the local policeman, or Guard, finds himself working with an FBI agent to stop a huge drugs deal. Wonderfully sly and funny in its depiction of an unconventional Irish copper and an uptight Yank, if you enjoyed ‘In Bruges’, you’ll love ‘The Guard’. Tickets £4.50 and £3.50 Friday 28th October at 7.30pm The Inbetweeners Movie (15) Dir: Ben Palmer 1hr 37mins James Buckley, Blake Harrison This fabulously successful film version of the cult TV series whisks the four inept 18-year-olds, Will, Simon, Jay, and Neil, to Greece where their lack of social skills quickly result in the most outrageous comedy situations. Arguably the funniest coming-of-age movie you’ll ever see. Tickets £4.50 and £3.50


Saturday 29th October at 7.30pm Mambo Jambo Acoustic roots duo Mambo Jambo - Pete Jack & Frankie Banham - take their audience on a musical journey mixing up sounds from all around the world - bringing authentic sounds from Latin America - especially AfroCuban and Brazilian - as well as from the Caribbean and Africa, bluegrass and Eastern European music, into their own compositions. Their whistle stop tour takes in Cuba, Congo, Kentucky and a lot more besides. Besides strong vocals and harmonies, their instruments are equally varied - sax, clarinet, guitar, tres (traditional Cuban guitar), banjo, flute, Brazilian cavaquinho or ukulele, various percussion, occasional accordion, and a suitcase! Closer to home, they’ve appeared twice at the Shetland and Sidmouth Folk Festivals, the Cork Jazz Festival and Broadstairs FF. They regularly perform at the Musicport and Beverley festivals.…plus arts centres, acoustic clubs and all kinds of get-togethers ”an extremely listenable criss-crossing of world music boundaries…….Nice!” - Froots magazine "The sheer enthusiasm & joy of their music along with their wonderful musicianship & great stage presence combine to create an act that will undoubtedly go down a storm wherever they play." - Jim McLaughlin Musicport Festival, UK Tickets £10.00 and £8.00 Wednesday 2nd November at 7.30pm One Day (12A) Dir: Lone Serfig 1hr 48mins Anne Hathaway, Jim Sturgess Based on David Nicolls’ bestselling novel. Two graduating students, Dexter and Em, spend the night together and are then shown on one day each year, sometimes together, sometimes not. Mingling romantic comedy with genuine emotion the film perfectly captures how love goes right but also wrong. A real gem. Tickets £4.50 and £3.50


Friday 4th November at 7.30pm Jane Eyre (PG) Dir: Cary Fukunaga 2hrs Mia Wasikowska, Michael Fassbinder There have been around 20 film versions of Charlotte Brontë’s brooding tale of secrecy, madness, and love and this latest outing fairly smoulders along as a lowly governess becomes the master’s wife, though not before she undergoes almost more than her fair share of blazing passion. Tickets £4.50 and £3.50 Wednesday 9th November at 7.30pm Super 8 (12A) Dir: J J Abrams 1hr 52mins Elle Fanning, Kyle Chandler After filming a stupendous train crash on their Super 8 camera a group of mid-teens in 1970s rural America gradually realise that something very strange is taking over their town. An awesome fusion of thrills and spills from producer Steven Spielberg and director J J Abrams, who created “Lost”. Tickets £4.50 and £3.50 Thursday 10th November at 8pm The Hoot Comedy Club Headline: Maureen Younger “The one thing she is? Damned funny that’s what. Maureen is a top act, the speed and energy of her delivery grabs the audience and just keeps on relentlessly building the laughs” - The Gag Factory Resident Compere - Elliot J Huntley "Even better than his bawdy tall tales were his songs, which were performed expertly on a mandolin and laced with acid-tongued lyrical couplets that barely gave the audience pause for breath" - Huddersfield Examiner Plus full supporting undercard. Tickets £5.00


Saturday 12th November at 7.30pm Chapterhouse Theatre Company present Cranford at Christmas By Laura Turner Adapted from the novel Cranford by Elizabeth Gaskell Deep in the frosty English countryside, chestnuts are roasting and carols are being sung as the folk of Cranford busily prepare for Christmas, bedecking each and every household with wreaths of holly and mistletoe. But beyond this cosy hubbub of festivity, snow continues to fall and when disaster strikes, the community must unite to keep the spirit of Christmas alive. Chapterhouse proudly presents this heart-warming tale of charity and goodwill to all women and men to celebrate this most magical time of year. “this confident company should be commended for their enthusiastic production” - The Stage Tickets £10.00 and £8.00 Wednesday 16th November at 7.30pm Melancholia (15) Dir: Lars von Trier 2hrs 16mins Starring: Kirsten Dunst, Kiefer Sutherland A unique combination of apocalypse and heartbreak. Melancholia follows a woman and her family and friends as a planet emerges from outer space and heads directly for the Earth. Visually and emotionally jaw-dropping there are few films this year that deliver the intensity and entertainment of Melancholia. Tickets £4.50 and £3.50 Thursday 17th November at 7.30pm Fright Night (15) Dir: Craig Gillespie 1hr 46mins Colin Farrell, David Tennant When teenager Charley Brewster guesses his new neighbor is a vampire responsible for a string of recent deaths, he enlists the help of a self proclaimed vampire killer and Las Vegas magician to help him take down the monster. Farrell and Tennant are terrific as villain and hero in this clever remake of the 1985 original. Tickets £4.50 and £3.50


Saturday 19th November at 7.30pm Glad All Over!: A Sixties Celebration A high-octane mix of rock, pop, soul and Motown classics, performed by a multi-talented cast of actors & musicians whose West End credits include 'Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story', 'Dreamboats and Petticoats' and 'Only The Lonely: The Roy Orbison Story'. Slip into your mini-skirt for a Sixties party to remember! Tickets £12.50 and £10.00 Wednesday 23rd November at 7.30pm Crazy Stupid Love (12A) Dirs: Glenn Ficarra, John Requa 1hr 58mins Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling At last – a rom-com for grown-ups! Fortysomething Cal seems to have everything until his wife wants a divorce. Suddenly single Cal comes under the influence of a smooth-talking ladies man and before long Cal has been transformed into a sex-machine. Or has he? That love for his wife just won’t go away. Tickets £4.50 and £3.50 Thursday 24th November at 7pm The European Ballet presents The Nutcracker A classical ballet in 2 acts. Music: Piotr I. Tchaikovsky Choreography: Stanislav Tchassov This magical and most enchanting of all fairy tales is brought to life by European Ballet, set to Tchaikovsky’s glorious score, enhanced by over 45 beautiful handcrafted costumes, the ballet is ideal for audiences of all ages. The magic of Christmas comes alive as Clara dreams that her toys come to life. The exciting moments of the ballet – spells of mysterious Drosselmeyer, fearsome battle between rats and toy soldiers, transformation of the Nutcracker into a handsome Prince, who takes Clara to the beautiful Kingdom of Sweets, stunning national dances from Arabia, China, Spain and Russia – all bring unforgettable celebration of excellent dancing and magical story. Early booking is recommended. Tickets £17.50, £15.50 and £9.50


Saturday 26th November at 1pm Cars 2 (U) Dirs: John Lassiter, Brad Lewis 1hr 46mins Owen Wilson, Michael Caine The sequel to the much loved Cars from 2006 takes many of the automotive characters from the earlier film and gives them an international dimension as star car Lightening McQueen heads for the World Grand Prix race and promptly gets involved in a spy adventure. Tickets £4.50 and £3.50 Tuesday 29th November at 7pm Shooting Fish Youth Theatre Performance Shooting Fish Youth Theatre present their first public performance on the Trinity stage. Come and support these tallented youngters in what could send them on the road to stardom! Wednesday 30th November at 12noon Lunchtime Literature Christmas Special: Dr Jane Mackay J.M.Barrie: Peter Pan The story of the boy who never grew up and his team of 'Lost Boys' who have adventures together in Never Never Land. Barrie wrote it for the small Llewellyn-Davies boys and it has become the classic tale of childhood imagination. Come and meet Wendy, Tinker Bell and Captain Hook, hunted by a crocodile that has swallowed a clock. Fun! Tickets £6.50 including a hot drink. Wednesday 30th November at 2pm Lunchtime Literature Matinee: Peter Pan Dirs: Clyde Geronimi / Wilfred Jackson 1hr 17mins Voiced by: Bobby Driscoll, Hans Conried This classic Walt Disney cartoon version of Peter Pan is the perfect pre-Christmas movie for all the family to enjoy. Not shown on the big screen for many years; be captivated again by one of the greatest fantasies of all time. Tickets £3


Wednesday 30th November at 7.30pm I Don’t Know How She Does It (PG) Dir: Douglas McGrath 2hrs 18mins PG Sarah Jessica Parker, Christina Hendricks Allison Pierson’s bestseller about the trials and tribulations of a working mum with a husband and two kids gets a transatlantic make-over but loses none of its humour. Sarah Jessica Parker is excellent as the finance executive juggling the demands of work and home life. Tickets £4.50 and £3.50 Saturday 3rd December at 11am Rhythm In Movement Term Review The Rhythm In Movement Street Dance group present their first public performance on the Trinity stage. Support these tallented youngters in what is sure to be a fantastic performance. Saturday 3rd December at 7pm Act Now Christmas Show Act Now! perform their annual Christmas performance at Trinity Arts Centre. Please support this brilliant group. Tickets are free, but the group will gladly take any donations; there will also be a prize draw to help raise funds. Tuesday 6th December at 7.30pm Blackbeards Tea Party Blackbeards Tea Party return to Trinity Arts Centre with more crazy folk tunes, rocked up sea shanties, fiddles and squeezeboxes, preposterous guitar noise, brass, synth bass and a feast of brutalised international hand percussion! Only one band can provide all of these things, and that band is folk-rock extravaganza, Blackbeard's Tea Party! Playing a variety of tunes, traditional English, Irish and occasionally Belgian, alongside original material and new arrangements of folk songs and sea shanties, all with a big, tasty, dramatic and totally unique sound. Tickets £10.00 and £8.00

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Thursday 8th December at 8pm The Hoot Comedy Club Christmas Special Headline: Anthony J Brown "The audience probably have time to nip to the bar and back between the feedline and the punch. That they generally don't is testament to just how well it works in Brown's hands, for few would want to miss the next gem to ooze languidly from his lips" chortle.co.uk Resident Compere - Elliot J Huntley "It was most impressive how effortlessly he commanded the crowd courtesy of some cracking gags, superb comic songs and old school onstage poise" - Spotlight Comedy Plus full supporting undercard. Tickets £5.00 Friday 9th December at 7.30pm Chapterhouse Theatre Company present A Christmas Carol Adapted by Laura Turner from Charles Dickens Meet all your favourite characters, from the beloved Tiny Tim to the unforgettable Mr and Mrs Fezziwig as Chapterhouse Theatre Company usher in the festive period with a wonderful new production of A Christmas Carol. On Christmas Eve, the most magical night of the year, the miserly Ebenezer Scrooge is whisked away on a terrifying journey through the past and into the future, accompanied by three fearsome ghosts determined to make him realize the true meaning of Christmas. Charles Dickens' classic ghost story is brought alive in this most traditional of productions, complete with beautiful period costume, song, dance and a magnificent, original musical score. Join critically acclaimed theatre company Chapterhouse as Scrooge's frozen heart begins to melt and he finally embraces the festive spirit in this most Christmassy of Christmas tales. Tickets £10.00 and £8.00


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Centre Screen West Lindsey is a rural touring cinema venture based at 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 www.centrescreen.net 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 Trinity Arts Centre, Trinity Street, Gainsborough, DN21 2AL. tel:01427 675137 Email: kevin.dunbar@west-lindsey.gov.uk


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. 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: Thursday 6th October, Thursday 3rd November & Thursday 1st December. For more information about the group or any of their events contact their Secretary Barbara Jones on 01427 788568.

A Wider Air Singing Workshops Come and join these creative and friendly singing sessions for ages 14+ and all abilities here at Trinity Arts Centre. New members are always welcome. Interested? Then call the group’s secretary, Janet Simpson, on 01427 617313. Saturday sessions are from 10am -12noon on 10th September, 8th October, 5th November, 3rd December. 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.


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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 SCHOOLS AND COLLEGE BOOKINGS are welcome to use your own caterers – We always like to give local school and college arrangements to be agreed. Our licensed bar is groups an opportunity to attend shows at a also available. For full details of availability and fees reasonable price - we may even be able to offer you please contact the Box Office on 01427 676655. further discounts than those advertised. If you would like to bring along an educational group to a DATA PROTECTION ACT 1998 show please contact the Box Office to discuss your We are committed to maintaining the Data Protection principles of good handling practice. requirements. Personal details taken when processing your RESERVATION AND PAYMENT POLICY booking will only be used for marketing purposes or Please note that all reservations must be paid for 7 to notify you if there are any changes to your working days prior to the event. Tickets not booking and will not be forwarded to any other collected within this period will be released for sale organisation without your consent. Please contact again. We regret that all tickets are non-refundable. the Box Office on 01427 676655 if you would like your details removed from our database. STAFF Community Officer Karen Yates ACCESS Technical Manager Kevin Dunbar The Centre’s Auditorium is only partly Technical Assistants Darren Mitchell, James Vickers accessible for disabled users. The front row is Arts Promotion Officer James Kinnersley accessible without the need to use stairs. FOH Team Sharon Brooks, Mandy Kitchen, Wheelchair spaces are available with adjoining Slawomir Swierczynski, Julia Ibbitson, Holly Parker, spaces for escorts to sit if required. The upper rows Kathy Mannion, Sean Thornhill, Kye Palastanga, of the auditorium are regrettably not accessible by Chelsea Terry, Victoria Muir. ramp. Wheelchair access is available to the stage. The Auditorium has an induction loop. Language FOOD & DRINK Line interpreting and translation service is available Please note that only food and drinks purchased on if required. the premises may be consumed at Trinity Arts Centre. This live events guide is available in a large print format. To order your copy contact the CAR PARK Box Office on 01427 676655. 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.

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October - December 2011

Saturday 1st October at 7.30pm

What would Helen Mirren Do?

Wednesday 5th October at 7.30pm

The Tree of Life (12A)

Saturday 8th October at 7.30pm

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (12A)

Wednesday 12th October at 7.30pm

Sarah’s Key (12A)

Thursday 13th October at 8pm

The Hoot Comedy Club

Saturday 15th October

Gainsborough Folk Festival

Wednesday 19th October at 7.30pm

The Skin I Live In (15)

Friday 21st October at 7.30pm

Rise of the Planet of the Apes (12A)

Saturday 22nd October at 7.30pm

Henry Blofeld: Shaken, Not Stirred

Wednesday 26th October at 12noon

Lunchtime Literature

Wednesday 26th October at 2pm

Lunchtime Literature Matinee: The Innocents (12A)

Wednesday 26th October at 7.30pm

The Guard (15)

Friday 28th October at 7.30pm

The Inbetweeners Movie (15)

Saturday 29th October at 7.30pm

Mambo Jambo

Wednesday 2nd November at 7.30pm

One Day (12A)

Friday 4th November at 7.30pm

Jane Eyre (PG)

Wednesday 9th November at 7.30pm

Super 8 (12A)

Thursday 10th November at 8pm

The Hoot Comedy Club

Saturday 12th November at 7.30pm

Chapterhouse Theatre: Cranford at Christmas

Wednesday 16th November at 7.30pm

Melancholia (15)

Thursday 17th November at 7.30pm

Fright Night (15)

Saturday 19th November at 7.30pm

Glad All Over: A Sixties Celebration

Wednesday 23rd November at 7.30pm

Crazy Stupid Love (12A)

Thursday 24th November at 7pm

The European Ballet presents The Nutcracker

Saturday 26th November at 1pm

Cars 2 (U)

Tuesday 29th November at 7pm

Shooting Fish Youth Theatre Performance

Wednesday 30th November at 12noon

Lunchtime Literature Christmas Special

Wednesday 30th November at 2pm

Lunchtime Literature Matinee: Peter Pan

Wednesday 30th November at 7.30pm

I Don’t Know How She Does It (PG)

Saturday 3rd December at 11am

Rhythm In Movement Term Review

Saturday 3rd December at 7pm

Act Now Christmas Show

Tuesday 6th December at 7.30pm

Blackbeards Tea Party

Thursday 8th December at 8pm

The Hoot Comedy Club

Friday 9th December at 7.30pm

Chapterhouse Theatre: Christmas Carol

14th - 28th December

Aladdin Panto 2011


Trinity Arts Centre October to December 2011 Brochure  

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