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Saturday 21st May at 2pm The Way Back Home One of many family events planned this season. See page 2 & 3 for details.

April - June 2011 Trinity Arts Centre Trinity Street, Gainsborough DN21 2AL www.trinityarts.co.uk Box Office 01427 676655


Wednesday 20th April Fantastic Family Knitting Day Workshops Sessions 10am - 12noon and 1pm - 3pm All children under 12 must be accompanied Enjoy the art of knitting and crochet in this creative family workshop. Textile artist Carol Parker will teach various knitting techniques such as finger knitting, French knitting and crochet and everyone will go home with a knitted mascot!

Saturday 23rd April at 2.30pm How the Koala Learnt to Hug "A perfect introduction to theatre for children, full of audience participation and feel-good factor." - Claire Lewis, Sheffield Star Tickets £7, Concessions £6 Family ticket (2 adults + 2 children) £22

Both knitting workshops are part of the Knit2gether Lincs project; an Igniting Ambition initiative which celebrates art and culture in the lead up to the 2012 Olympics. www.knit2getherlincs.wordpress.com Tickets £5 Thursday 21st April at 12 noon Parent and Baby Screening: Burlesque (12A) 119mins

Saturday 30th April at 12 noon Films 4 Families: Gulliver’s Travels (PG) 85mins

A lively treatment that screams SHOWBIZ through and through!

Modern day giant Gulliver landing amongst the little people of Lilliput via the Bermuda Triangle!

Tickets £4.50, Concessions £3.50 Tickets £3


Saturday 21st May at 2pm The Way Back Home by Oliver Jeffers An inter-galactic adventure tale for families and young children 3 and up! Tickets £6, Family of 4 £20

Friday 3rd June Grow a Knitted Garden Workshops Sessions 10am -12noon and 1pm - 3pm All children under 12 must be accompanied Have a go at knitting a flower, plant or bug in this creative family knitting workshop! Tickets £5

Saturday 28th May at 12 noon Films 4 Families: The Chronicles of Narnia: Voyage of the Dawn Treader (U) 113mins

Thursday 9th June at 12 noon Parent and Baby Screening: The Tourist (12A) A classy cocktail of romantic action. Tickets £4.50, Concessions £3.50

Adventures abound at the edge of the world. Tickets £3

Saturday 18th June at 12 noon Films 4 Families: Rango (PG) 107mins Wednesday 1st June 2DFunny Faces Workshop Sessions 10am -12noon and 1pm - 3pm All children under 12 must be accompanied Come along and join in the fun to make a very funny face sculpture! Working with professional Artist Charlotte Carson you will use interesting papers and card to produce your very own 2D sculpture. Tickets £5

A chameleon in a cowboy town plagued by bandits to defeat! Tickets £3


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Friday 1st April at 1.30pm Silver Screen Matinee: True Grit (PG) Dir. Henry Hathaway. 128 Mins John Wayne, Kim Darby and Glen Campbell The original 1969 John Wayne western about a 14-year old girl who hires a drunken lawman to track down the man who murdered her father. Tickets £3.50 Saturday 2nd April at 7.30pm True Grit (15) Dirs: Ethan & Joel Coen. 110mins Jeff Bridges, Matt Damon, Hailee Steinfeld A terrific re-imagining of the 1969 John Wayne western, the ever-resourceful Coen brothers craft an almost mythic epic out of the story of a 14-year old girl who hires a one-eyed drunken lawman to track down the man who murdered her father. Tickets £4.50, Concessions £3.50 Wednesday 6th April at 7.30pm Brighton Rock (15) Dir: Rowan Joffe. 111mins Helen Mirren, Sam Riley, Andrea Riseborough Brighton in the early 1960s. Pinkie, a young, razor-wielding gangster, grabs his chance to rise to the top of the local underworld. But when he marries Rose, a witness to a murder, their wedding becomes more hell than heaven. Tickets £4.50, Concessions £3.50 Friday 8th April at 7.30pm Black Swan (15) Dir: Darren Aronofsky. 108mins Natalie Portman, Vincent Cassell, Mila Kunis A totally absorbing psychological thriller, this visually stunning film follows the transformation of a brilliant New York ballerina who lands the part of the leading role in “Swan Lake”. She can play the White Swan beautifully, but embracing the role of the evil Black Swan pushes her close to the edge. Tickets £4.50, Concessions £3.50


Tuesday 11th – Saturday 15th April Shows 7.30pm every day, also 2.30pm Saturday 10th Gainsborough Amateur Operatic Society presents Hot Mikado If you enjoyed the Society’s recent productions, you’ll be delighted to hear that the same direction team are working together again for their next show. This will be another opportunity for Greg Snape (director), Gerry Mooney (musical director) and Brent Grantham-Rae (choreographer) to demonstrate their skills in putting together a slick, “professional” show through a regime of hard work and fun. Hot Mikado (based on The Mikado by Gilbert and Sullivan) is where East meets West head on and takes the classic (if ridiculous) G & S tale of romance and updates it to 1940’s style. As with all musical comedy, it all ends happily. With the score transmuted into blues, swing, hot gospel, scorching torch songs and “Three Little Maids” turned into an Andrews Sisters showstopper, this tap dancing, lindy hopping, jitterbugging all singing, dancing show lives or dies on the verve, energy and enthusiasm of the cast. Forget the original – this production will bear no resemblance!! The show is virtually sung through and will provide a challenging “sing” for the company who will have plenty to do with lots of movement and the thrill of singing to that 1940’s “Big Band Sound”. Tickets £10 Wednesday April 20th April at 7.30pm The Fighter (15) Dir: David O Russell. 115mins Marc Wahlberg, Christian Bale Based on the real-life story of 1980s boxing brothers Mickey Ward and Dicky Eklund, this warm and amazingly human tale of squabbling families and conflicts both in and out of the ring, make The Fighter one of the most entertaining movies this year. It’s genuinely funny as well. Tickets £4.50, Concessions £3.50 Thursday 21st April at 12 noon Parent and Baby Screening: Burlesque (12A) Dir: Steve Antin 119mins Christina Aguilera, Cher, Alan Cumming Times are tough at the Burlesque Lounge in Los Angeles, keeper of the flame for the art of exotic dance. Tess, the owner is running out of ideas until a newly hired waitress begins to sing. A lively treatment that screams SHOWBIZ through and through. All you can do is admire! Tickets £3.50


Thursday 21st April at 8pm The Hoot Comedy Club 4th Birthday Headline - Elis James 'He hypnotises the audience into loving him. There’s also a laugh every ten seconds or so which overall makes it a complete joy' - Time Out Scott Bennett - Old Speckled Hen Comedian Of The Year 2010. 'A generous helping of wonderfully witty comic observations' - bbc.co.uk Compere – Elliot J Huntley 'A polished raconteur able to conjure laughter out of seemingly thin air' Leeds Guide Plus full supporting undercard Tickets £5 Saturday 23rd April at 2.30pm The People’s Theatre Company How the Koala Learnt to Hug By Steven Lee Suitable ages – 4 to 104! Steven Lee runs The People's Theatre Company and is author of children's favourites “The Witch's Bogey” and “Bink & the Hairy Fairy”. Written especially for parents to enjoy with their children, How the Koala Learnt to Hug is a charming, tale about the magic of family and, of course, the importance of a nice warm hug! So join Steven and a host of wild characters including Natascha The Witch, Karen the Koala and the Reggae Beavers for some great stories, sing along songs, superb games and first class hugging. All you need are your ears (…and your arms!) Steven will be available to sign copies of How the Koala Learnt to Hug and Other Australian Fairytales which will be on sale at a specially reduced Trinity Arts Centre rate after the show. "A perfect introduction to theatre for children, full of audience participation and feel-good factor." Claire Lewis, Sheffield Star Tickets £7, Concessions £6 Family ticket (2 adults + 2 children) £22


Tuesday 26th April at 7.30pm European Ballet presents Coppelia Classical ballet in 3 acts Music: Leo Delibes Choreography: Stanislav Tchassov after Petipa European Ballet, one of the most admired and exhilarating touring companies is presenting this vibrant, most celebrated and renowned ballet Coppelia set to the irresistible score of Leo Delibes and presented in the traditional classical style. The company of first-class international dancers directed by Principal dancer of The Bolshoi Ballet; Stanislav Tchassov has well earned its reputation for magical classical ballet performances and exquisite standard of dancing. Award winning and highly respected dancers from Russia, France, Italy, Spain & U.K. will perform in the beautiful production. The ballet interweaves the romance between Swanhilda and Franz with the story of the doll-maker Coppelius, whose greatest desire is to create a doll with a soul. Franz falls in love with Coppelia, whom he thinks is alive. He finally recognises that she is just a doll and returns to Swanhilda, after which the sparkling grand divertissement sees everyone reconciled. Full of humour and exciting Hungarian dances such as Czardas and Mazurka the ballet has beautiful scenery and handcrafted costumes, and is a total delight and great entertainment for all ages. Early booking is recommended. “Enjoyable, exhilarating evening. Full admiration for Stanislav Tchassov and his company of excellent dancers”, - Dance magazine “Exceptional. Talented dancers, beautiful costumes. Dazzling performance!”, - Newark Advertiser “Wonderful spectacle, sheer joy of the ballet”, - Ilford Recorder Tickets £17.50, Concessions £15.50, Children £9.50


Wednesday 27th at 12 noon Lunchtime Literature Dr Jane Mackay George Orwell's '1984'. Orwell's last novel, published in 1949, just before his death. This is the classic dystopian work, projecting us into a future, logically possible from our current behaviour. It made his generation sigh with relief as we passed that year. But maybe he just got the year wrong! Please note, you do not need to have read the set text to enjoy Lunchtime Literature! Tickets £6.50 including a hot drink. Wednesday 27th April at 7.30pm Rabbit Hole (12A) Dir: John Cameron Mitchell. 91mins Nicole Kidman, Aaron Eckhart Having lost their young son in a traffic accident the boy’s parents have reached a turning-point in the grieving process. Yet the mother’s pain, like her love, seems truly bottomless. A profound meditation on the deepest of emotions and how, maybe, we might overcome them. Superb. Tickets £4.50, Concessions £3.50 Saturday 30th April at 12 noon Films 4 Families: Gulliver’s Travels (PG) Dir: Rob Letterman. 85mins Jack Black, Emily Blunt, Billy Connelly Latest in a long line of adaptations, this updated version, (originally shot in 3D so don’t be surprised if stuff keeps poking out at you) features Jack Black as a modern giant Gulliver landing amongst the little people of Lilliput via the Bermuda Triangle! Tickets £3


Saturday 30th April at 7.30pm Never Let Me Go (12A) Dir: Mark Romanek. 103mins Carey Mulligan, Keira Knightley, Andrew Garfield Kazuo Ishiguro’s thoughtful sci-fi novel is the source of this haunting tale of three friends from an exclusive school who grow up to share the joys and sorrows of love but who must also deal with a terrible fate that has been with them since the day they were born. Tickets £4.50, Concessions £3.50 Wednesday 4th May at 7.30pm Submarine (15) Dir: Richard Ayoade. 97mins Sally Hawkins, Paddy Considine A hilarious yet very humane comedy about a 15-year old boy who is desperate to lose his virginity and stop his mum leaving his dad for a dance teacher. Debut director Richard Ayoade (from TV’s “The IT Crowd”) creates a marvellously authentic world of laughable, and recognisable, life. Tickets £4.50, Concessions £3.50 Thursday 5th & Friday 6th May at 7.30pm Voulez Vous presents ABBA, The ‘Mamma Mia’ concert The 20th year anniversary tour Following the huge success of the film and stage show ‘Mamma Mia’…Voulez Vous are back for their 20th anniversary tour!!!!! with their all-new ‘Mamma Mia concert’…’’featuring the ‘Mamma Mia’ hits, new choreography and stunning costumes. The Voulez Vous concert is sure to have audiences young and old up on their feet dancing and singing…. Voulez Vous capture the sheer brilliance of ABBA... Here we go again!!!! Tickets £14, Concessions £12


Saturday 7th May at 7.30pm Badapple Theatre Company presents: The James Herriott Story 'An Honorary Yorkshireman' A new comedy, written and directed by Kate Bramley (ex-Hull Truck Theatre) by kind permission of the family of the late Alf Wight. This light hearted one-man comic theatre show from Badapple Theatre continues the long lineage of biography based drama that the company have amassed since their first tours in 1998. Set in a Yorkshire pub in the farming heyday of the 1940’s ‘The James Herriot Story’ sets off the early biography of the late Alf Wight- better known under his pen name of James Herriot- against a myriad of local characters inspired by the “All Creatures Great and Small” novels. Jonny McPherson gives an upbeat and entertaining performance as the local vet comes down from Glasgow and finds himself in an altogether different world, giving a poignant yet funny look at one of England’s best loved writers. "Bramley's gentle comedy focuses on the early veterinary career of Herriot, as told by the vet himself....one of the region’s best touring companies" – Northern Echo Tickets £10, Concessions £8 Wednesday 11th May at 7.30pm West Is West (15) Dir: Andy DeEmmony 103mins. Aqib Khan, Om Puri, Linda Bassett Ten years on from the hit British comedy East is East, the focus of the still dysfunctional Khan family from Salford is 13-year old Sajid. His traditional dad thinks that the boy will be a better Muslim if he takes him back to the Punjab, but the old man too has some lessons to learn. Tickets £4.50, Concessions £3.50


Thursday 12th May at 7.30pm The Hoot Comedy Club Headline - Juliet Myers “Had me in stitches with her witty observations and astutely amusing social judgements" - bbc.co.uk Compere – Elliot J Huntley Plus full supporting undercard Tickets £5 Friday 13th May 7.00pm & Saturday 14th May 7.00pm Everett – Fox School of Dance presents: ‘Anniversary Spectacular’ With Ballet to Street-Dance, our pupils will take you through the songs from Michael Jackson; then they will show off their dance skills taking you around the world, from Irish to Samba and an Australian twist! Come and be entertained and join us in our 4th Annual Dance Show on our 4th Anniversary of our school opening! Tickets £5.50 Wednesday 18th May at 7.30pm Chosen by You: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 (12A) Dir. David Yates. 146 Mins Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint In this seventh instalment of the beloved Harry Potter series, Harry faces new troubles; he must collect all of the Horcruxes that the evil Lord Voldemort has left behind. He has no idea where these are and he has to destroy them all, even without the faintest idea how to do so. Tickets £4.50, Concessions £3.50 Friday 20th May at 7.30pm Singing for Pleasure This enthusiastic Singing for Pleasure choir brings to Trinity an eclectic mixture of celebratory songs for the spring season. Enjoy a relaxing evening, and if the mood takes you – why not take the opportunity to join in? Tickets £5, Concessions £4


Saturday 21st May at 2pm The Way Back Home by Oliver Jeffers An inter-galactic adventure tale for families and young children 3 and up! Oliver Jeffers, award-winning author of “How to Catch a Star” and “Lost and Found”, returns with an intergalactic tale about a little boy seeking adventure. One day a boy finds a plane in his cupboard. He flies his plane higher and higher until he runs out of petrol and lands on the moon. He is frightened, lost and alone… until a passing Martian lands there too! Who is the strange alien? Can they be friends? And how will they find their way back home??? This exciting new production for families and young children has been created by the team behind the hit shows “Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus!” and “The Night Before Christmas” and is presented as a co-production with Theatre Royal Winchester Tickets £6, Family of 4 £20

Wednesday 25th May at 12 noon Lunchtime Literature Dr Jane Mackay Doris Lessing's 'Under My Skin'. A Nobel Prize winner for Literature in her eighties and still alive and writing; Lessing’s work has covered her early colonial upbringing, through her communist period, her feminist period and her later spiritually-oriented novels and her science fiction explorations. Enjoy the most honest auto-biography ever written. Please note, you do not need to have read the set text to enjoy Lunchtime Literature! Tickets £6.50 including a hot drink.


Wednesday 25th May at 7.30pm Day For Night (12A) Dir: François Truffaut 115mins François Truffaut, Jean-Pierre Léaud, Jaqueline Bisset Arguably the best movie ever made about making a movie, Truffaut’s expert comedy drama follows the efforts of a film director to finish his picture despite all kinds of on-set crises, personality clashes, and romance. Looks even better in the brand new 35mm print. Tickets £4.50, Concessions £3.50 Friday 27th May at 7.30pm Route Irish (15) Dir: Ken Loach 109mins Mark Womack, Andrew Lowe, John Bishop Ken Loach ‘s reputation for realism is richly enhanced in this taut thriller about the efforts of a private security contractor who refuses to believe that his friend was killed accidentally while working in Iraq. Passionate, committed film-making at its best. Tickets £4.50, Concessions £3.50 Saturday 28th May at 12 noon Films 4 Families: The Chronicles of Narnia: Voyage of the Dawn Treader (U) Dir: Michael Apted 113mins Ben Barnes, Georgie Henley, Skander Keynes The Pevensie children return to Narnia and voyage across the ocean with Prince Caspian in the royal ship named “The Dawn Treader”. Adventures abound as they head for the edge of the world and try to release Narnia from an evil force in C S Lewis’s third instalment. Tickets £3 Saturday 28th May at 7.30pm Fair Game (12A) Dir: Doug Liman 108mins Naomi Watts, Sean Penn, Ty Burrell True story. In 2003 the husband of an undercover CIA agent wrote a piece in the New York Times discrediting the White House’s justification for going to war against Saddam Hussain. The agent, Valerie Plame, was then publicly revealed and people died. This riveting account of Plame’s unmasking is absolutely engrossing cinema. Tickets £4.50, Concessions £3.50


Wednesday 1st June at 7.30pm Animal Kingdom (15) Dir: David Michod 113mins Guy Pearce, Ben Mendelsohn, Joel Edgerton Australian gangster films don’t get any better than this awesome portrait of a Melbourne crime family ruled over by a matriarch from hell. Her sons and other relatives deal in drugs and armed robberies that this stylish study in the disintegration of a dangerous family perfectly captures. Tickets £4.50, Concessions £3.50 Friday 3rd and Saturday 4th June at 7.30pm Kismet Theatre presents The House of Bernarda Alba When Bernarda’s husband dies, she locks all the doors and windows, telling her grown-up daughters to sew and be silent. “There are eight years of mourning ahead of us. While it lasts, not even the wind will get into this house.” But locks cannot hold back the growing tide of desire… This powerhouse of Spanish drama is brought powerfully to life in a physical and inventive production from a local company making their long awaited return to Gainsborough – the multi award-winning Kismet Theatre Company. Tickets £8 Wednesday 8th June at 7.30pm Biutiful (15) Dir: Alejandro González Iñárritu 148mins Javier Bardem, Miricel Alvares, Hanaa Bouchib From the makers of "Amores Perros" and "Babel" comes a powerful story of struggle and redemption as Oscar winner Javier Bardem plays a man fighting the worst excesses of his own nature in a Barcelona that is equally tough and challenging. Finding beauty in the ugliness of every-day life is the film's ultimate message of hope. Tickets £4.50, Concessions £3.50


Thursday 9th June at 12 noon Parent and Baby Screening The Tourist (12A) Dir: Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck. 103mins Johnny Depp, Angelina Jolie, Paul Bettany A classy cocktail of romantic action The Tourist is set in Venice and features heartthrobs Depp and Jolie playing games with each other while dodging a nasty villain. The location is perfection, the plot entertaining. It’s the ideal indulgence for a Thursday in Gainsborough. Tickets £3.50 Thursday 9th June at 8pm The Hoot Comedy Club Headline - Jason Patterson ‘A livewire on stage with instant likeability and massively entertaining observational material. Half an hour in his company flies by’ – bbc.co.uk Compere – Elliot J Huntley Plus full supporting undercard Tickets £5


Saturday 11th June at 7.30pm TG Collective TGC was founded by Jamie Fekete and Sam Slater – two of the three guitars of Trio Gitano, whose debut album “Who Ate All the Tapas?” surprised everyone, finishing 2005 at No.4 in the Sunday Times’ Records of the Year. “Stylish, very stylish …” The Times **** “A triumph…” The Sunday Times **** Moving through flamenco, jazz, gypsy, hot club and contemporary classical influences, the group is centred around the two acoustic guitars of Jamie and Sam, set alongside a core of Percy Pursglove on double bass, cajon and trumpet; Holly Jones on flute and alto flute, and Louis Robinson on violin. TGC also feature eminent flamenco dancer and choreographer Ana Garcia, and world percussionist/cajon player Tom Chapman, with interchanging shapes of ensemble within a performance. Touching on the influences and new arrangements of works by such luminaries as Paco de Lucia, Django Reinhardt and Horace Silver, the group also perform self-penned compositions and arrangements, and music by longstanding Guru Bryan Lester. In 2009, after scribbling away at new compositions, arrangements and material for their keenly awaited new album – to be released in spring 2011 – the band had their busiest touring year to date, which featured performances at The Stables, Bristol St Georges, a return to the Cheltenham Jazz Festival and another mini-tour of Ireland, along with a number of smaller, intimate performances in rural villages around the UK. Tickets £10, Concessions £8 Wednesday 15th June at 7.30pm Source Code (12A) Dir: Duncan Jones 92mins Jake Gyllenhaal, Vera Farmiga, Michaelle Monaghan The much anticipated follow-up to Duncan Jones’s sci-fi debut “Moon”, this breathless action thriller moves into “Inception” territory with its tale of a soldier who wakes up on a train in another man’s body and has eight minutes to alter reality and stop the train from being blown-up by a bomb. Tickets £4.50, Concessions £3.50


Friday 17th June at 12 noon Daire Halpin & Ja Yeon Kang 'The Other Woman' Afternoon Recital Join soprano Daire Halpin and pianist Ja Yeon Kang for a song recital exploring various visions of women in the of art song tradition - from mothers to lovers and sirens to saints. Featuring new works by Nico Muhly and Lori Laitman as well as lieder by Schumann and Liszt, this promises to be a thrilling hour's entertainment. Tickets £6.50 including a hot drink. Friday 17th June at 7.30pm Oranges and Sunshine (15) Dir: Jim Loach 104mins Hugo Weaving, Emily Watson, David Wenham The historical scandal of thousands of children being sent, in secret, by the British government to Australia in the 1940s and 50s is the deeply moving subject of Oranges and Sunshine, the two things that the kids were promised but never received. The son of Ken Loach makes an utterly flawless, and emotionally devastating, first feature. Tickets £4.50, Concessions £3.50 Saturday 18th June at 12 noon Films 4 Families: Rango (PG) Dir: Gore Verbinski 107mins Johnny Depp, Timothy Olyphant, Isla Fisher Although it’s animation, it’s nice to see Johnny Depp reunited with Gore Verbinski, the man who directed all the Pirates of the Caribbean films. In this one Depp plays a chameleon in a cowboy town plagued by bandits that he has to defeat. And in great comic style, that’s what he does! Tickets £3


Saturday 18th June at 7.30pm Makin projects, in association with The Civic, Barnsley proudly present: The Return of Boothby Graffoe Boothby Graffoe is back with music and his own uniquely warped view of life ‘a master of the surreal’ – The Scotsman. In this brand new show Graffoe, graced with the partnership of talented multi instrumentalist Nick Pynn, brings to life his latest CD titled ‘songs for dogs, funerals...’ Following successful shows on Radio 4, writing for Omid Djalilis two award winning BBC series and extensive touring with Canadian super group The Barenaked Ladies, we’re delighted to welcome Boothby to The Trinity Arts Centre and back to the world of live performance where he belongs. Boothby’s dislikes include namedroppers and people who use celebrity connections to promote themselves in an unrealistic way. ‘The funniest man I know’ - Omid Djalili ‘Boothby Graffoe conceals sharp political satire under a veneer of funny folksy whimsy.’ - Stewart Lee Tickets £12, Concessions £10 Wednesday 22nd June at 7.30pm Water for Elephants (Cert TBC) Dir: Francis Lawrence Robert Pattinson, Reese Witherspoon, Christoph Waltz This refreshingly “old-fashioned” love story is set in America in the 1920s. Robert (“Twilight”) Pattinson plays a young veterinary surgeon who joins a travelling circus and falls for the beautiful girl on the white horse. She lights up the lives of others, including his; but life isn’t a fairy-tale as the lovers quickly learn. Tickets £4.50, Concessions £3.50


Thursday 23rd June at 1.30pm Silver Screen: The Big Sleep (PG) Dir: Howard Hawks 114mins Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall Hollywood never did a better job of combining the genius of Raymond Chandler’s tough private eye Philip Marlow with the real-life love-affair of Bogart and Bacall in this scintillating story of sex, gambling, murder and general mayhem from director extraordinaire Howard Hawks. Pre screening talk by film programmer Alan AldersonSmith. Tickets £3.50 Saturday 25th at 7.30pm and Sunday 26th at 7.30pm Vaughan Academy of Theatre Dance presents: Stepping Out Relive the memory of family days out, nights on the town, circus big tops and West End musicals. Our talented dancers will take you on a fantastic dance journey, with routines in ballet, tap, jazz, street and gymnastic dance. “Step out with us, for a night of guaranteed entertainment!” For tickets visit http://vaughan-academy.jimdo.com Tickets: £6 (Discounts apply for group bookings) Wednesday 29th June at 12 noon Lunchtime Literature Dr Jane Mackay Erich Maria Remarque's 'All Quiet on the Western Front'. 'All Quiet on the Western Front is one of the classic books about WW1 written 10 years after, and from the German perspective; often neglected because of its German viewpoint. Come and re-live the experience we all know about from this side of the lines. A marvellous novel about the death of youth and idealism. Please note, you do not need to have read the set text to enjoy Lunchtime Literature! Tickets £6.50 including a hot drink.


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Please note: Film screenings do not have alloctated seating.

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 7th April, Thursday 5th May & Thursday 2nd June For more information about the group or any of their events contact their Secretary Barbara Jones on 01427 788568 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. We work together with the school and students, in a more relaxed atmosphere outside of the classroom and aim to give this group of students the same opportunities to further their learning when they leave school and also prepare them for working life.

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 -12 noon on 9th April, 14th May, 11th June 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.


ONLINE BOOKING For ease and convenience you can now book your tickets online 24 hours a day by visiting our booking website, www.trinityarts.co.uk 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.

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. 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. FOOD & DRINK Please note that only food and drinks purchased on the premises may be consumed at Trinity Arts Centre. 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. Ourlicensed 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. PARENT AND BABY SCREENING If you miss going to the cinema since your new born Personal details taken when processing your arrived, then Parent and Baby screenings are here booking will only be used for marketing purposes or to notify you if there are any changes to your to help! Great films shown in a baby friendly booking and will not be forwarded to any other atmosphere at a great price. Call box office on organisation without your consent. Please contact 01427 676655 for more details. the Box Office on 01427 676655 if you would like your details removed from our database. RESERVATION AND PAYMENT POLICY Please note that all reservations must be paid for 7 ACCESS working days prior to the event. Tickets not collected within this period will be released for sale The Centre’s Auditorium is only partly again. We regret that all tickets are non-refundable. accessible for disabled users. The front row is accessible without the need to use stairs. Wheelchair spaces are available with adjoining spaces for STAFF escorts to sit if required. The upper rows of the Operations & Marketing Manager Janet Keens auditorium are regrettably not accessible by ramp. Technical Manager Kevin Dunbar Wheelchair access is available to the stage. The Arts Promotion Officer James Kinnersley Auditorium has an induction loop. Language Line FOH Team Sharon Brooks, Mandy Kitchen, Slawomir Swierczynski, Julia Ibbitson, Holly Parker, interpreting and translation service is available if required. James Vickers, Kathy Mannion This live events guide is available in a large print format. To order your copy contact the Box Office on 01427 676655.

The management reserves the right to refuse admission.


April - June 2011 Friday 1st April at 1.30pm Saturday 2nd April at 7.30pm Wednesday 6th April at 7.30pm

Silver Screen Matinee: True Grit 1969 (PG) True Grit (15) Brighton Rock (15)

Friday 8th April at 7.30pm Tues 12th – Sat 16th April Wednesday 20th April at 7.30pm Thursday 21st April at 12 noon Thursday 21st April at 8pm Saturday 23rd April at 2.30pm Tuesday 26th April at 7.30pm Wednesday 27th at 12 noon Wednesday 27th April at 7.30pm Saturday 30th April at 12 noon Saturday 30th April at 7.30pm Wednesday 4th May at 7.30pm Thur 5th & Fri 6th May at 7.30pm Saturday 7th May at 7.30pm Wednesday 11th May at 7.30pm Thursday 12th May at 7.30pm Fri 13th & Sat 14th May 7.00pm Wednesday 18th May at 7.30pm Saturday 21st May at 2pm Wednesday 25th May at 12 noon Wednesday 25th May at 7.30pm Friday 27th May at 7.30pm Saturday 28th May at 12 noon Saturday 28th May at 7.30pm Wednesday 1st June at 7.30pm Fri 3rd & Sat 4th at 7.30pm Wednesday 8th June at 7.30pm Thursday 9th June at 12 noon Thursday 9th June at 8pm Saturday 11th June at 7.30pm Wednesday 15th June at 7.30pm Friday 17th June at 12 noon Friday 17th June at 7.30pm Saturday 18th June at 12 noon Saturday 18th June at 7.30pm Wednesday 22nd June at 7.30pm Thursday 23rd June at 1.30pm Sat 25th & Sun 26th at 7.30pm Wednesday 29th June at 12 noon Wednesday 29th June at 7.30pm

Black Swan (15) GAOS presents Hot Mikado The Fighter (15) Parent and Baby Screening: Burlesque (12A) The Hoot Comedy Club 4th Birthday How the Koala Learnt to Hug European Ballet presents Coppelia Lunchtime Literature Rabbit Hole (12A) Films for Families: Gulliver’s Travels (PG) Never Let Me Go (12A) Submarine (15) Voulez Vous Badapple Theatre Company: The James Herriott Story West Is West (15) The Hoot Comedy Club Everett – Fox School of Dance Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 (12A) The Way Back Home Lunchtime Literature Day For Night (12A) Route Irish (15) Films for Families: Voyage of the Dawn Treader (U) Fair Game (12A) Animal Kingdom (15) Kismet Theatre presents The House of Bernarda Alba Biutiful (15) Parent and Baby Screening: The Tourist (12A) The Hoot Comedy Club TG Collective Source Code (12A) 'The Other Woman' Afternoon Recital Oranges and Sunshine (15) Films for Families: Rango (PG) The Return of Boothby Graffoe Water for Elephants (Cert TBC) Silver Screen Matinee: The Big Sleep (PG) Vaughan Academy of Theatre Dance Lunchtime Literature Little White Lies (15)


Trinity Arts Centre April to June 2011 Brochure