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December 2021

Little Women

3rd December 2021 - 4th December 2021

  Jenny Wren Productions presents Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women One actress. One musician. One enchanting new adaptation.  “I want to do something splendid, something heroic or wonderful that won’t be forgotten after I’m dead.” This brand new take on Little Women retains all the charm and spirit of the original novel, with a twist; the four sisters, their family and friends are all played by just one woman. Holed up in the attic of her Massachusetts home just after the American Civil War, Jo…

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Director: Gérard Oury During World War II, two French civilians and a downed British Bomber Crew set out from Paris to try to cross the demarcation line between Nazi-occupied Northern France and the South. From there they will be able to escape to England. First, they must avoid German troops - and the consequences of their own blunders. Simple plan, but with hilarious outcome. "Possibly the best French comedy ever made, endlessly enjoyable whether you are a French speaker or…

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Mother Christmas at the Coach House Theatre CANCELLED

16th December 2021 - 18th December 2021

  Unfortunately this event has been cancelled due to Covid-19.  Malvern Theatres Box Office will be in touch to offer a full refund as soon as possible, however if you would like to get in contact please call us on 01684 892277.

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January 2022

Director: Patrice Leconte Milan is a beleaguered old thief who rolls into a small French town with the aim of robbing its bank. However, with no place to stay and following a chance meeting with Manesquier, a retired poetry teacher, he accepts his offer of shelter, which leads to an unexpected friendship. Milan has grown tired of his adventurous life on the run and wishes to retire in peace; Manesquier craves the danger he's never known in his bookish existence.…

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February 2022

  Director: Pierre-François Martin-Laval Forced to flee his native Bangladesh, eight year-old chess prodigy, Fahim, arrives in Paris with his father. By a stroke of luck, Fahim meets one of France's top chess coaches, who tutors him and gives him a sense of purpose. The film tells the story of a child who learns to live without his mother and his father, far from home, his roots and his language. It is not only a moving account of the grim…

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March 2022

  Director: Sebastien Marnier A replacement teacher arrives for a class of elite students after their previous professeur committed suicide. The substitute soon notices the strangely violent behaviour of this close-knit group of six. Unusually smart and precocious, the teens are intent on cutting themselves off from the rest of the school, engaging in activities that resemble the creepy rituals of a sect, spreading hostility and fear across the school. Soon, the teacher discovers their dark vision of a doomed…

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April 2022

  Director: Denis Dercourt Mélanie Prouvost, a ten-year-old butcher's daughter, is a gifted pianist, which is why her parents decide that she should sit for the Conservatoire entrance exam. Although it is expected that Mélanie will be admitted, she unfortunately gets distracted by the president of the jury's offhand attitude and she fails. Ten years later, Mélanie becomes the page turner for the same woman and waits for a revenge opportunity. 2006 (15) - colour 85mins (drama/music) César Awards 2007:…

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  Based on Mary Shelley’s The Last Man By award-winning writer Sam Chittenden, featuring Amy Kidd. Set in a 21st-century world troubled by a deadly plague, Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley’s 1826 novel 'The Last Man' is poignant and hugely relevant today. Written after the death of her husband and three of her children, it expresses Mary’s own sense of loss and isolation and features characters based on Mary herself, Percy Shelley, Lord Byron and Claire Claremont. This one-woman adaptation explores the…

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June 2022

  Malvern Theatre Players (Resident Company of the Coach House Theatre) 46th Season Dancing at Lughnasa By Brian Friel Dancing at Lughnasa, set in the summer of 1936 Ireland was hailed  by Time magazine as “the most elegant and rueful memory play since The Glass Menagerie”. The story of five sisters, living a fragile life in rural Ireland, is told through flashbacks of one of the sisters’ illegitimate son, Michael. Though the sisters’ tragic fates are revealed through Michael’s memories…

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August 2022

Crumble By The Sea

August 2nd - August 6th

  Anomaly Presents CRUMBLE BY THE SEA Mr Thumb and his daughter Georgina come to the town of Crumble-by-the-Sea to take part in a  baking competition to bake the biggest pastry to fill the King’s belly. There are rumours in the town of a dragon in the mountains. Mr Thumb just can’t get the oven hot enough to bake this pastry, so Georgina sets out on a quest to find something hot enough to heat the oven. Relaxed Performances: Wednesday…

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