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June 2017

The Odd Couple

27th June 2017 - 1st July 2017

    Felix Ungar is holding on to life by his fingertips, his wife has thrown him out, and to top it all he’s missing the Friday night poker game cos he’s roaming the streets of New York with nowhere to go and no future. Step in unlikely guardian angel, Oscar Madison. Oscar thinks nothing of stubbing out his cigar in the meatballs or leaving the laundry to fester under the sofa. To say he’s a slob is an insult…

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September 2017

Murder in Play

11th September 2017 - 16th September 2017

  Malvern Theatre Players (resident company of the Coach House Theatre) 41st season present (by permission of Samuel Frech Ltd)    Murder in Play by Simon Brett    Boris Smolensky’s budget repertory company’s production of “Murder at Priorswell Manor” is looking decidedly shaky. The cast are more interested in their egos than the play, and life imitates art when Boris’s wife Renee is murdered on stage. Rehearsals are not going well!! It seems that each of this inept group of actors could…

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Les Intouchables (15)

24th September 2017 7:30 pm

  Malvern French Film Centre at the Coach House Theatre In Paris, the aristocratic and intellectual Philippe is a quadriplegic millionaire who is interviewing candidates for the position of his carer, with his red-haired secretary Magalie. Out of the blue, the rude African Driss cuts the line of candidates and brings a document from the Social Security and asks Phillipe to sign it to prove that he is seeking a job position so he can receive his unemployment benefit. Philippe…

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October 2017

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Tout en haut du monde (PG)

15th October 2017 7:30 pm

  Malvern French Film Centre at the Coach House Theatre Director: Rémi Chayé It is 1882, Saint Petersburg. Sasha, a young Russian aristocrat, has always been fascinated by her grandfather's life as an adventurer. A renowned explorer, he designed a magnificent arctic ship, but he hasn't returned from his last expedition to the North Pole. To save her family's honor, Sasha runs away. Headed towards the Great North, she follows her grandfather's trail in search of his famous ship. (Animation)…

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Montparnasse in Concert

20th October 2017 7:30 pm

  Parisian singer Céline Dommart brings her unique blend of French chanson, Spanish tango and American jazz to the Coach House, Malvern on Friday 20th October 2017.  Following airplay on BBC Radio 3 for her debut EP 'La Vie En Rose', Céline has just released an album (Dans Les Cafes Voisins) with her quartet.  The band - Montparnasse – features  award winning acoustic guitarist Cris Tolley, double bass legend Paul Smith and drum wizard Robin Payne on drums and percussion.…

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Lore of Averages

28th October 2017 7:30 pm

  “You scare little children for a living, his sister’s married to an elf, and I’m the one that’s not normal?” Myth and legend.  Gods and monsters.  Stories from the distant past. But what happens when they are brought into the 21st Century? Join Treefrog Theatre Company for a light-hearted look at what happens when folk lore meets the modern world. This show contains strong language and brief nudity, and is therefore not suitable for under-16’s

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November 2017

Être et avoir (U)

12th November 2017 5:00 pm

  Malvern French Film Centre at the Coach House Theatre Director: Nicolas Philibert How do we learn to live with others and their wishes? This is the question posed in a village schoolhouse in Auvergne, where Georges Lopez teaches 13 children, ages ranging from about four to 12. Against a landscape of mountains and farmland, in weather from driving snow to rain to sun, the children gather in Lopez's warm and colorful classroom, to read, write dictation, cook, and sort…

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Le goût des autres (15)

12th November 2017 7:30 pm

  Malvern French Film Centre at the Coach House Theatre "The Taste of Others" Director: Agnès Jaoui Castella owns a industrial plant, Bruno is his flute-playing driver, Franck is his temporary bodyguard. His wife Angélique does interior decorating and loves her dog. Castella decides to hire Clara, an actress, to tutor him in English, and he finds her and her Bohemian lifestyle fascinating. Is this love? What would she say if he declared himself? Through Bruno, Franck meets Manie, a…

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Travesties

22nd November 2017 - 25th November 2017

    Here To There Productions Limited is a theatre company whose ethos is to present dynamic and challenging  productions and, as the name suggests, in different locations throughout the West Midlands and wider areas.  

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December 2017

The Witches (Malvern Theatre Players)

16th December 2017 - 31st December 2017

  (Resident Company of the Coach House Theatre) 41st Season Present The Witches By Roald Dahl adapted by David Wood   Roald Dahl’s story is magically and stylishly adapted for the stage by the master of storytelling David Wood and reveals the whole ghastly truth about these horrible creatures. Children will be thrilled by the illusions and puppetry as people disappear into thin air on stage or are turned into mice, and grown-ups will be engaged by the sly humour…

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January 2018

Tous les matins du monde (12)

21st January 2018 3:00 pm

  Malvern French Film Centre at the Coach House Theatre Director: Alain Corneau It's late 17th century. The viola da gamba player Monsieur de Sainte Colombe returns home to find that his wife died while he was away. In his grief he builds a small house in his garden into which he retreats, thus avoiding the outside world, to dedicate his life to music.  Rumour about him reaches to the court of Louis XIV, who wants him to play in…

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Tous les matins du monde (12)

21st January 2018 5:30 pm

Malvern French Film Centre at the Coach House Theatre Director: Alain Corneau It's late 17th century. The viola da gamba player Monsieur de Sainte Colombe returns home to find that his wife died while he was away. In his grief he builds a small house in his garden into which he retreats, thus avoiding the outside world, to dedicate his life to music.  Rumour about him reaches to the court of Louis XIV, who wants him to play in Lully's…

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February 2018

Alive and Brel

10th February 2018 7:30 pm

  The finest songs from the master of the modern chanson, Jacques Brel, come to life when this trio of singers perform their revue, ‘Alive and Brel’. Brel’s music, famed for its emotional power and ironic wit, has been recorded by international stars ranging from Frank Sinatra and Dusty Springfield to David Bowie and Marc Almond. The show features popular hits such as If You Go Away/Ne me quitte pas, Jacky and Amsterdam. These songs, which are laced with dark…

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Tirez sur le pianiste (12)

11th February 2018 3:00 pm

  Malvern French Film Centre at the Coach House Theatre "Shoot the Piano Player" Director: François Truffaut While resident pianist in a bar, Charlie Kohler helps his crook brother Chico Saroyan, to escape from being chased by two gangsters who he has double-crossed. The two criminals then keep a close watch on Charlie and the waitress Lena, who is in love with him. The shy Charlie tells Lena about when he was famous under the name of Edouard Saroyan, rejecting…

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March 2018

Where Is Mrs Christie?

15th March 2018 - 16th March 2018

  Agatha Christie was one of the greatest thriller writers of all time and certainly the most prolific. In 1926, she was at the centre of a mystery as perplexing as any of her fiction, a series of events which sparked one of the biggest and most extensive police hunts in history. Her crashed car was discovered in Surrey and the famous author was missing, presumed dead by many, for eleven days. However, she was eventually found at a luxury…

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La Règle du jeu (PG)

17th March 2018 11:00 am

  Malvern French Film Centre at the Coach House Theatre Aviator André Jurieux has just completed a record-setting flight, but when he is greeted by an admiring crowd, all he can say to them is how miserable he is that the woman he loves did not come to meet him. He is in love with Christine, the wife of aristocrat Robert de la Cheyniest. Robert himself is involved in an affair with Geneviève de Marras, but he is trying to break…

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La Grande Illusion (U)

17th March 2018 3:00 pm

  Malvern French Film Centre at the Coach House Theatre During 1st WW, two French officers are captured. Captain De Boeldieu is an aristocrat while Lieutenant Marechal was a mechanic in civilian life. They meet other prisoners from various backgrounds, as Rosenthal, son of wealthy Jewish bankers. They are separated from Rosenthal before managing to escape. A few months later, they meet again in a fortress commanded by the aristocrat Van Rauffenstein. De Boeldieu strikes up a friendship with him but…

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  Malvern French Film Centre at the Coach House Theatre The film follows the generally harmless misadventures of a lovable, gauche Frenchman, Monsieur Hulot, as he joins the newly emerging holiday holiday-taking classes, for a summer vacation at a modest seaside resort. But accidents and misunderstandings always follow him wherever he goes.  The peace and quiet of the hotewl guests doesnt last very long with M.Hulot around, because although his intentions are good, thins always end catastrophically. Comedy Cert: U Running…

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Quai Des Brumes (PG)

18th March 2018 11:00 am

  Malvern French Film Centre at the Coach House Theatre Jean is a deserter who arrives at night in Le Havre, looking to leave the country. He obtains some civilian clothes, a little bit of money, a passport, and a dog, and he also meets Nelly, a 17-year-old who's grown up too fast. She's the object of lust of men: including a boyfriend Maurice, her putative protector Zabel, and Lucien, a local hood. Jean falls for her, faces down Lucien, and gives…

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Le Jour Se Leve (PG)

18th March 2018 3:00 pm

  Malvern French Film Centre at the Coach House Theatre Francois, a sympathetic factory worker, kills Valentin with a gun, then locks himself in his apartment and starts remembering how he was led to murder. He met once Francoise, a young fleurist, and they fell in love. But Francoise was gotten round by Valentin, a dog trainer, a machiavellian guy... Crime/Drama Cert: PG Running time: 93 mins   Great Classics of Film Weekend Also available to book: Saturday 17th March: La…

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Le Salaire de la Peur

18th March 2018 7:30 pm

  Malvern French Film Centre at the Coach House Theatre In a desolate South American village there are no jobs to speak of and one day seems to just blend into the next. When a major fire breaks at the oil drilling site, the oil company hires four men to transport highly volatile nitroglycerin over a rough terrain and roads that have been virtually abandoned. The four accept the job because of the money they're offered is more than enough to…

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April 2018

  Malvern French Film Centre at the Coach House Theatre "Welcome to the Sticks" Director: Dany Boon Although living comfortably in the South of France, Julie is depressed. Philippe, her post office administrator husband, decides to try, by any means, to obtain a transfer to the French Riviera. He is unfortunately caught while trying to con an inspector and is banished to Bergues in the cold North of France. Leaving his wife behind, he sets off for an area inhabited…

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May 2018

Demain (PG)

13th May 2018 7:30 pm

  Malvern French Film Centre at the Coach House Theatre "Tomorrow" Directors: Cyril Dion, Mélanie Laurent A documentary about the changes needed for a sustainable future. But not one that starts with doom and gloom images of what lies in store if we don't mend our ways, then ends with a "happy chapter". Not here. The overall tone is realistically optimistic, showing a 5-themed search for examples of projects and persons trying to put into practice what needs to be…

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June 2018

Delicatessen (15)

10th June 2018 7:30 pm

    Malvern French Film Centre at the Coach House Theatre Directors: Marc Caro, Jean-Pierre Jeunet Here is a post-apocalyptic scenario set entirely in a dank and gloomy building where the landlord operates a delicatessen on the ground floor. Living in an otherwise meatless world, the bucther-landlord keeps his customers happy by chopping up unsuspecting victims, and he's sharpening his knife for the new tenant who's fallen in love with his dhort-sighted daughter. She tries to foil her father's plans…

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September 2018

The Get Out

3rd September 2018 - 8th September 2018

  Malvern Theatre Players are proud to present A technical comedy by Nick Wilkes The Get Out at the Coach House Theatre   The curtain has fallen... The performance has concluded and the audience are on their way home. For some however, the evening has only just begun... Props to pack away, Furniture to move, Scenery to take down, Lights to lower, Ropes to haul, A lorry to pack, A lost microphone to locate, A romance to conclude, And no accidents…

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  Style and fashion have been important in the evolution of dance and the concert displays some short dance pieces that show the way that dance has evolved through the last three hundred years. So let us entertain you with a minuet, a rumba, a waltz and a tango and other toe tappers. In the second part of the concert we listen to“the breath of the night wind” in a setting of Dover Beach by Samuel Barber with Alan Fairs…

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October 2018

The Blinding Light

17th October 2018 - 20th October 2018

  Howard Brenton’s new play tells the astonishing story of August Strindberg’s ‘Inferno’ period. Abandoning theatre, living a life of squalid splendour, Strindberg practises alchemy. In his hotel room, he attempts to make gold by finding the philosopher’s stone, the secret of creation. As his grasp of reality weakens his first two wives visit him to bring him to his senses. But their interventions spin out of control. And – are they really his wives at all? For four years…

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  LEONARD BERNSTEIN AT THE BBC Marking the centenary of Bernstein's birth A BBC documentary film made for the renowned Monitor arts series. The eloquent Bernstein talks about his work and conducts Elgar's Nimrod in a breathtaking performance, never to be  forgotten. Location - Coach House Theatre On the left of Malvern Theatres, Grange Rd. WR14 3HA Sponsored by Hilary Elgar & Jean Upton The Autumn in Malvern Festival is a renowned series of artistic events & exhibitions held annually…

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November 2018

  Vamos Theatre present FINDING JOY at Coach House Theatre, Malvern This production is kindly supported by Malvern Town Council Finding Joy trailer from Vamos Theatre on Vimeo. The funny and fearless sell-out mask production from the UK’s leading full mask company. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll find joy! Joy is 83 today: she’s feisty, loves to dance, and is losing her memory. Her grandson Danny is rebellious, bright and always getting into trouble. When Danny decides to look after…

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Zuzka as The Christmas Showgirl

30th November 2018 7:45 pm

  “Everybody has their story to tell. This is mine.” So opens Zuzka’s concert in which she performs songs to illustrate her journey as a musician, mother-of-3, partner, career-woman and lover of all things that sparkle! Zuzka reflects on these various roles through sharing songs from the film ‘The Greatest Showman’, Christmas songs and other classics from film and stage. The show offers heartfelt high-quality vocal performances, readings and ‘time out’ to reflect on what makes each one of our…

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December 2018

The Railway Children (Malvern Theatre Players)

15th December 2018 - 21st December 2018

  (Resident Company of the Coach House Theatre) 42nd Season Present The Railway Children Adapted for the stage by Dave Simpson From the novel by E Nesbit By arrangement with Samuel French Ltd A superb adaptation for the stage of E Nesbit’s classic novel. Following the wrongful arrest of their father, an Edwardian family are forced to move from their London home to the country and endure a life of genteel poverty. Their modest house, “Three Chimneys”, is close to a…

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The Railway Children (Malvern Theatre Players)

27th December 2018 - 30th December 2018

  (Resident Company of the Coach House Theatre) 42nd Season Present The Railway Children Adapted for the stage by Dave Simpson From the novel by E Nesbit By arrangement with Samuel French Ltd A superb adaptation for the stage of E Nesbit’s classic novel. Following the wrongful arrest of their father, an Edwardian family are forced to move from their London home to the country and endure a life of genteel poverty. Their modest house, “Three Chimneys”, is close to a…

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January 2019

Alex Cofield: Supernova

18th January 2019 7:00 pm

  Faced with the grim reality of a life of seclusion in the genteel English countryside, Alex’s dreams of youthful urban living seem light years away; and when a nefarious village plot it revealed, there may be no chance of escape! A comedic concerto: Supernova is the critically acclaimed, funk-fuelled hip-hopera rap musical from Melbourne Comedy Award Nominee Alex Cofield, based on his real experience of growing up under the shadow of the Malvern Hills. Now he’s trying to rap…

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February 2019

Racing Demon

6th February 2019 - 9th February 2019

  Here to There Productions Ltd present Racing Demon By David Hare Performed at the Coach House Theatre In a Church of England torn with internal dissension on matters of doctrine and practice, four clergymen struggle to make sense of their mission in the inner city. "Quite simply drama at its athletic and magisterial best." The Sunday Times "Bracingly intelligent and highly entertaining." The Guardian This production of Racing Demon is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French Ltd.

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Anonymous Is A Woman: It Is Now

24th February 2019 2:00 pm

  30th of July 1966, a date that would go down in history; when two sides collide, a day filled with ‘A Groovy Kind of Love’, as you are invited to the wedding of Laura and Joe. Whether you’re on the side of the bride or the groom, of England or (dare I say it?) Germany, you can expect to join them for a raucous evening of laughs, romance, drama, and the sounds of the swinging sixties  

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March 2019

Alive and Brel

15th March 2019 7:30 pm

  The finest songs from the master of the modern chanson, Jacques Brel, come to life when this trio of singers perform their revue, ‘Alive and Brel’. Brel’s music, famed for its emotional power and ironic wit, has been recorded by international stars ranging from Frank Sinatra and Dusty Springfield to David Bowie and Marc Almond. The show features iconic hits such as If You Go Away/Ne me quitte pas, Jacky and Amsterdam.  These songs, which are laced with dark…

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April 2019

A Bunch of Amateurs (Postponed)

8th April 2019 - 13th April 2019

  Malvern Theatre Players And Melting Pot Theatre  Production of A Bunch of Amateurs At The Coach House Theatre  Postponement of performances from 8th to 13th of April 2019 to September 30th to October 5th 2019  Unfortunately one of our cast members has broken her ankle and we have had to postpone performances of the play. We very much hope that you will be able to join the cast and crew in the revival of the play in the Autumn…

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Malvern French Film Centre 2018-2019 Season

14th April 2019 7:00 pm
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One event on 14th April 2019 at 7:00pm

One event on 19th May 2019 at 7:00pm

One event on 16th June 2019 at 7:00pm

  Click film title for more information: Monthly Sunday Films at The Coach House: 14th April at 3.30pm & 7pm - Les amants 19th May at 3.30pm & 7pm - Le Colonel Chabert 16th June at 3.30pm & 7pm - Indochine Booking: Tickets £6 each (including 12% booking fee), available online, in person at Malvern Theatres Box Office or by calling 01684 892277, or from The Coach House on the day (subject to availability).   FILM INFORMATION (All films are shown…

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May 2019

Malvern French Film Centre 2018-2019 Season

19th May 2019 7:00 pm
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One event on 14th April 2019 at 7:00pm

One event on 19th May 2019 at 7:00pm

One event on 16th June 2019 at 7:00pm

  Click film title for more information: Monthly Sunday Films at The Coach House: 14th April at 3.30pm & 7pm - Les amants 19th May at 3.30pm & 7pm - Le Colonel Chabert 16th June at 3.30pm & 7pm - Indochine Booking: Tickets £6 each (including 12% booking fee), available online, in person at Malvern Theatres Box Office or by calling 01684 892277, or from The Coach House on the day (subject to availability).   FILM INFORMATION (All films are shown…

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June 2019

Malvern French Film Centre 2018-2019 Season

16th June 2019 7:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)

One event on 14th April 2019 at 7:00pm

One event on 19th May 2019 at 7:00pm

One event on 16th June 2019 at 7:00pm

  Click film title for more information: Monthly Sunday Films at The Coach House: 14th April at 3.30pm & 7pm - Les amants 19th May at 3.30pm & 7pm - Le Colonel Chabert 16th June at 3.30pm & 7pm - Indochine Booking: Tickets £6 each (including 12% booking fee), available online, in person at Malvern Theatres Box Office or by calling 01684 892277, or from The Coach House on the day (subject to availability).   FILM INFORMATION (All films are shown…

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July 2019

  Malvern Theatre Players THE ANNIVERSARY  by Bill Macilwraith Every year since her husband died, Mum has held an anniversary party (despite the absence of her husband) which she has always insisted all the family must attend. Her three grown-up sons are still dominated by their scalpel-tongued, deviously possessive mother, both in their daily business and personal lives, a woman who usually manages to make them do whatever she wants, regardless of their own family needs. This year they gather as…

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August 2019

Live Art No Safety Net

17th August 2019 7:30 pm

  phil ironside presents LIVE ART NO SAFETY NET Risk>Intention>Execution Never been attempted by him before with a live audience or on such a scale Watch and hear his extraordinary creative process while he paints a 2.4m x 1.5m canvas LIVE IMMERSIVE ART The changes we perceive consciously are only a fraction of the information we act on every second. Everything we see, hear, smell, touch and perceive affects us. Just by being there you will affect the outcome of…

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September 2019

  2004 (PG) Colour 97mins (music/drama) Christophe Barratier French with English subtitles Clément Mathieu, a former music teacher, comes to a school for “difficult” boys run by Rachin a cruel minded principal. The motto of the school is “Action – Reaction”, but this technique obviously isn’t working as there are a lot of problems and problem children. Clément tries to reach his boys and build trust and true order through music, particularly with the rebel Pierre whose single mother he begins to develop…

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A Bunch of Amateurs

30th September 2019 - 5th October 2019

  Malvern Theatre Players A Bunch of Amateurs  by Ian Hislop and Nick Newman Presented by arrangement with Samuel French Ltd  Keen to boost his flagging career, fading Hollywood action hero Jefferson Steele arrives in England to play King Lear in Stratford – only to find that this is not the birthplace of the Bard, but a sleepy Suffolk village. And instead of Kenneth Branagh and Dame Judi Dench, the cast are a bunch of amateurs trying to save their…

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October 2019

  STEPHEN COCKAYNE talks about THE LANCHESTER MARIONETTES IN MALVERN For period of 15 years, Foley House, Great Malvern, was home to the Lanchester Marionettes. In this illustrated talk you will meet Waldo and Muriel Lanchester, and discover the people, Places and puppets that encompassed their world, before during and after the Second World War. Steve Cockayne was born into a puppeteering family in North London. He worked for BBC Television, and is the author of Master of the Marionettes,…

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Arrivals and Departures

16th October 2019 - 19th October 2019

  Arrivals and Departures By Alan Aykbourn   A poignant, timely comedy of two strangers meeting in the midst of an increasingly farcical anti-terrorist operation. A terrorist code-named Cerastes is on the loose, and an undercover anti-terrorist squad have planned a sting to capture him as he steps off a train at a London station. The operation, led by the hapless Acting Major Quentin Sexton, has drawn in two outsiders - traffic enforcement officer Barry and his assigned bodyguard Ez.…

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  1958 (U) – B&W 116mins (comedy) Jaques Tati French with English subtitles The hopeless Monsieur Hulot once again finds himself affecting people’s lives without realizing what he has done. Hulot’s young nephew lives in an ultra-modern house where his overly pretentious mother will barely let him breathe. Hulot has taken the boy under his wing, but concerned that he may be a bad influence, Hulot’s sister and brother-in-law devise a plan to keep him away. However an attempt to introduce…

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  When Shakespeare died, he famously left his wife Anne only one thing, the second best bed. This superb one-woman play, full of both humour and pathos, has received great critical acclaim since its premier at the Swan Theatre Worcester in 2012. Liz Grand stars as Anne Hathaway on the night of Shakespeare’s funeral. The wake has finished, the mourners have all gone home, leaving Anne to remember her life with the most talented playwright the world has ever seen.…

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Jesus My Boy by John Dowie

25th October 2019 7:45 pm

  Meet Joseph, just about the worst carpenter in the area. He first got to know his wife when she returned to complain about a table she had bought from him. It didn’t stop him asking her out and they eventually got married. A pretty unremarkable marriage until Mary announces that she is pregnant and that Joseph is not the father. When the boy grows up, he turns out to have a remarkable talent with wood, lending further weight to…

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  Agatha Christie was one of the greatest thriller writers of all time and certainly the most prolific. In 1926, she was at the centre of a mystery as perplexing as any of her fiction, a series of events which sparked one of the biggest and most extensive police hunts in history. Her crashed car was discovered in Surrey and the famous author was missing, presumed dead by many, for eleven days. However, she was eventually found at a luxury…

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Vesta by Chris Jaeger

27th October 2019 3:00 pm

  On A Role and the Worcester Repertory Company proudly present Vesta, a one woman show about the life and music of Vesta Tilley, written by Chris Jaeger and performed by actress and singer Claire Worboys. Vesta Tilley is one of the most remarkable female entertainers that has ever lived.  Born in Worcester in 1864, she became an international superstar, equally famous on both sides of the Atlantic. She always appeared on stage dressed as a man, although ironically, she did a great deal to further the cause…

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November 2019

  1961 (U) B & W 94 mins (drama/mystery) French with English subtitles Alain Renais In a picturesque old-fashioned luxury chateau hotel, an enigmatic man tries to convince a married woman that they met in the Czech spa-town of Marienbad and spent time together there the previous year. The woman has no recollection whatsoever of having met this man and is convinced that he is just making all of this up. However, the more the man talks about their activities…

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December 2019

A Christmas Carol

20th December 2019 - 21st December 2019

  A CHRISTMAS CAROL, by Charles Dickens  Adapted and performed by Nick Wilkes  Directed by Jon Legg Charles Dickens’ A CHRISTMAS CAROL is one of the most beloved books in the English language and has become a classic Christmas tale for generations of grown-ups and children alike. Brought to life in an astounding one-man performance by actor and writer Nick Wilkes. For over two decades Nick Wilkes has appeared in countless productions both in the UK and overseas working in…

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January 2020

Tickets are available to purchase on the day of the performance at the Coach House Theatre.  1947 (PG) – B&W 93 mins (fantasy/romance) Jean Cocteau 3pm (with English subtitles) &  7pm (with French subtitles) Returning home late one night a merchant takes shelter in a castle. As he leaves the next morning, he takes a rose to give to his daughter Belle. But just then the master appears, a creature half man and half beast, telling the merchant he must…

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February 2020

  Tickets are available to purchase on the day of the performance at the Coach House Theatre.    SATURDAY 15TH & SUNDAY 16TH FEBRUARY - SIX GREAT GANGSTER MOVIES 2009 (18) colour 155 mins (crime/drama)  Jaques Audiard French with English subtitles Malik, an illiterate eighteen year-old Franco-Arab is sent to Brécourt prison sentenced to six years for assaulting police officers. Alone and without money, he finds himself unprotected in an environment of corruption and violence from the opposing Corsican and Muslim…

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  Tickets are available to purchase on the day of the performance at the Coach House Theatre.    SATURDAY 15TH & SUNDAY 16TH FEBRUARY - SIX GREAT GANGSTER MOVIES   1965 (16) -B&W 105 mins (comedy/action/crime)  Georges Lautner French with English subtitles Ex-gangster Fernand receives a call from a dying friend, a mob boss nicknamed “The Mexican”. The declining mobster talks Fernand into taking care of some unfinished criminal business and also asks him to look after his soon-to-be-married daughter.…

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  Tickets are available to purchase on the day of the performance at the Coach House Theatre.  SATURDAY 15TH & SUNDAY 16TH FEBRUARY - SIX GREAT GANGSTER MOVIES 1955 (12) – B&W 118 mins (crime/thriller) Jules Dassin French with English subtitles Fresh out of jail after a five-year imprisonment, a weary master burglar returns to a rain-soaked Paris only to find his girl is now the mistress of a rival dope-dealing gangster. Utterly disheartened, he reluctantly accepts the proposition of…

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  Tickets are available to purchase on the day of the performance at the Coach House Theatre.  SATURDAY 15TH & SUNDAY 16TH FEBRUARY - SIX GREAT GANGSTER MOVIES 1954 (15) – B&W 83 mins (crime/drama) Jaques Becker French with English subtitles Max, an old gentleman gangster, and his buddy Riton, have got away with 50-million francs worth of gold bars, which they have “put away for their retirement”. But Riton’s mistress, Josy, has grown tired of him. She has found…

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  Tickets are available to purchase on the day of the performance at the Coach House Theatre.  SATURDAY 15TH & SUNDAY 16TH FEBRUARY - SIX GREAT GANGSTER MOVIES 2005 (15) – colour 108 mins (crime/drama/music)  Jaques Audiard French with English subtitles Tom, 28, is a pretty tough guy who leads a life that might be regarded as criminal. While feeling he is at a critical point in his life, a chance encounter prompts him to take up the piano again…

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  Tickets are available to purchase on the day of the performance at the Coach House Theatre.  SATURDAY 15TH & SUNDAY 16TH FEBRUARY - SIX GREAT GANGSTER MOVIES 1937 (PG) – B&W 94 mins (crime/drama/romance) Julien Duvivier French with English subtitles Pépé le Moko, one of France’s most wanted criminals, hides out in the Algerian Casbah. Protected by his gang, he eludes the authorities and capture, all the while knowing the police will be waiting for him if he ever…

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Through a Glass Darkly

February 18th - February 22nd

We very much regret that this production has been cancelled.   Malvernbard presents... Through a Glass Darkly  A Transcendental Thriller, by Nick Wilkes  The Prime Minister has been assassinated, at a state banquet. A high-ranking church official, well known to the nation and with seemingly no previous animosity towards the government, extended his arm… and drew his steak-knife towards him… Nick trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and has worked extensively in the theatre over the past two…

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March 2020

  Melting Pot Theatre Company returns to the Coach House to present Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? In the early hours of the morning at a New England college, as the alcohol flows, increasingly toxic games of truth or dare expose the secrets of two marriages against a backdrop of the fading of the American dream at the beginning of the 1960s. Expect an intense and absorbing staging of this American classic in the style of Melting Pot’s…

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  Tickets will be available to purchase directly from the Coach House Theatre 30 mins prior to the screening. 1970 (15) colour 93 mins (drama/thriller) Claude Chabrol French with English subtitles Helénè, a lonely village headmistress, befriends the local butcher Popaul. On Popaul’s birthday Hélène gives him a lighter. Later, during an excursion with her class to a cave in the woods, Hélène stumbles across the latest stabbed victim of a presumed serial killer. She recognises the woman and finds Popaul’s…

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April 2020

  Unfortunately this event has been postponed indefinitely. If you originally purchased tickets online, you will receive an automatic refund to your original method of payment.  If you purchased tickets directly through the box office, we will contact you in order to issue a refund.  Alternatively, please call the box office on 01684 892277, Mon-Fri 10am-12pm. Please email rachel@malvern-theatres.co.uk if you have any queries regarding your refund.

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This event has been postponed, it will now take place on Saturday 19th December.  For more information and to book tickets please click HERE.

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    Unfortunately this screening has been cancelled.

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This event has been postponed.  New dates to be announced soon. WORLD PREMIERE Starring Liz Grand as Clementine Churchill Written by Kit Hunter Winston Churchill is arguably one of the most famous Englishmen that has ever lived. His inspirational leadership helped win the Second World War, and his parliamentary career of 62 years ensured he was responsible for momentous decisions. They say that behind every great man, there is a great woman. Was this true in Churchill’s case? What of…

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May 2020

  Unfortunately this event has been cancelled. If you originally purchased tickets online, you should have received an automatic refund to your original method of payment.  If you purchased tickets directly through the box office, you should have received a call from us to arrange a refund. If we have been unable to contact you, we will issue a cheque refund in the post. Please email rachel@malvern-theatres.co.uk if you have any queries regarding your refund.

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  Unfortunately this event has been cancelled. If you originally purchased tickets online, you should have had an automatic refund to your original method of payment. Please email rachel@malvern-theatres.co.uk if you have any queries regarding your refund. If you purchased tickets directly through the box office, we will contact you by phone as soon as the box office reopens to arrange a refund. Alternatively, if you would like a credit voucher redeemable against future productions please email rachel@malvern-theatres.co.uk with details…

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June 2020

  Unfortunately this event has been cancelled. If you originally purchased tickets online, you should have had an automatic refund to your original method of payment. Please email rachel@malvern-theatres.co.uk if you have any queries regarding your refund. If you purchased tickets directly through the box office, we will contact you by phone as soon as the box office reopens to arrange a refund. Alternatively, if you would like a credit voucher redeemable against future productions please email rachel@malvern-theatres.co.uk with details…

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