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June 2018

  Wednesdays    10:30am – 11:15am Summer term from 18th April – 18th July    (No session: 30th May) 2-4yrs Toe-tapping fun for toddlers and their grown-ups! This fun class encourages development and confidence in the early years, with plenty of play and imaginative movement. This workshop is extremely popular so please book in advance!

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Make Your Mark (Summer Term ’18)

June 28th 10:30 am - 12:30 pm

  MAKE YOUR MARK Thursdays    10.30am -12.30pm           Summer term from 19th April- 19th July    (No lessons: 31st May) Weekly Rate: £5 Adults of all ages      A fantastic opportunity to unleash your creative talents in an inspiring and relaxed environment. Suitable for those with or without previous experience. Tutoring is offered in a variety of creative mediums.

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Edie (12A)

June 28th 2:00 pm

  BAFTA Nominee Sheila Hancock stars as Edie, an 83-year-old woman who sets out on a spontaneous expedition through the Scottish Highlands, which challenges not only her body, but her mind and spirit. Everyone seems to think that Edie’s life might is in its final stages. Her husband, George (Donald Pelmear) has died and, despite her protests, her daughter Nancy (Wendy Morgan) wants to move her into a retirement home. But, at 83 years old, Edie has one dream that’s…

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  Thursdays 4:00pm-5:00pm  Summer term from 19th April- 19th July  (No sessions:  17th May and 31st May) 5-7yrs   Dramatic fun for budding thespians aged 5-7 years, create fantastic worlds, tell wonderful stories and portray a variety of wacky characters. These theatrical sessions will encourage young people to build their confidence whilst having lots of creative fun. These sessions are led by Sophie Jo Lusted from Monkeys in Motion.  

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The Happy Prince (15)

June 29th - July 5th

  A portrait of Oscar Wilde’s final years in exile and his despair over becoming a shadow of his former self. The film stars a host of familiar faces including Colin Firth (The King’s Speech), Emily Watson (Punch-Drunk Love) and Edwin Thomas (Churchill: 100 Days That Saved Britain). Literary legend, Oscar Wilde (Rupert Everett) is a well-respected poet loved by all. But he carries a secret that will destroy him… Convicted in later life for “gross indecency” for having an…

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  WWII has just ended and a young writer, eager for a story, meets a group of eccentric book lovers living in Guernsey, where she learns about the struggles they faced during the Nazi occupation. A lost voice in the literary world of post-WWII England, Juliet Ashton (Lily James) is an ambitious young writer who is desperate to find something worthwhile to write about. And so, when she receives an unexpected letter from a mysterious fan, she decides to follow…

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  Malvern Civic Society An Illustrated talk with Dr John Harcup OBE "Rocks, Water, Health, Music and Radar all made Malvern famous" This new talk by local historian, Dr John Harcup OBE, traces what made Malvern famous down the centuries. During recent trips to Jesenik in the Czech Republic, Dr Harcup found new evidence of how The Cold Water Cure came to Malvern, raising the profile of our town. This is included in this intriguing story. Ticket price includes a £1…

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  Vivaldi Concerto for Strings in G major, RV 151 “Alla rustica” Vivaldi Concerto for Mandolin (lute) D major RV93 Vivaldi Sinfonia in B minor, RV 169 “Al santo sepolcro” Vivaldi Concerto for Mandolin in C major RV 425 Vivaldi Four Seasons An adventurous soloist, Avi Avital is one of today's most exciting musicians. Accomplished in a range of genres and a regular commissioner of new works for the mandolin, Avital has quickly gained global recognition as a true pioneer for the instrument. Performing Vivaldi…

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Tribute shows, Homages, Celebrations ? There are just so many. Some good, some bad, they come and go in and out of vogue, much like the artist(s) that they are emulating. A very select few however, are just so good, that they become a sensation in their own right, thus becoming a must see, the only show for fans of the original artist. Hello Again-The Story of Neil Diamond most certainly falls into this category, with a cast that can…

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Youth Theatre (Summer Term ’18)

June 30th 10:30 am - 12:30 pm

  Saturdays 10.30am – 12.30pm Summer term from 21st April – 21st July (No session:  2nd June)        Taster Session: £6.50 12yrs+ Improve your performance skills, vocal techniques and enhance your knowledge of theatrical practices. Youth Theatre will also have the chance to see one of our dramas from the main theatre programme; along with their very own private Q&A with the cast. These sessions are led by Amelia Arnold, an experienced tutor.   To book a full term, half term or…

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