March

 

 

 

MARCH – Saturday 3rd 8pm (doors 7:30pm) £3/ £2 (£4/ £3 door)

CHANGELING (15) – The Boo

1928, Los Angeles, single mother Christine (Angelina Jolie) arrives home to find her son, Walter, gone. Five months later her prayers are answered when Walter is found in Illinois. To Christine’s horror, the boy who steps off the train is not her son.
Buy two tickets and get a free glass of wine each.
(Dir. Clint Eastwood / 2008 / US)

Age: 12+

Duration: 2 hours 21 minutes

 

 

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MARCH – Tuesday 6th 10am – 12noon : £4 / £2.50 for second child (Adults are free)

BABY EXPLORERS – Horse + Bamboo

Baby Explorer’s is back for 2018! This new set of workshops will look at how theatre, visual art and music can be part of supporting your baby’s language and expression. A cosy, creative space to learn some of the science behind your baby’s incredible development, share your experiences of parenting and find some new ideas for play and creativity with your baby.

Ages: 0 -18 months

 

 

 

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MARCH – Saturday 10th 3pm £8/ £6 ( £10/£8 door)

THE MOONWATCHER – Horse + Bamboo

Meet Rahmi, a young Pakistani girl who travelled half way around the world to be with her husband.

Now meet Azrah, her second generation daughter, struggling to find where she belongs. Born in Rossendale but feeling trapped by her mother’s past.

The Moonwatcher is their story, developed from the stories of first generation immigrants to Rossendale for South Asia. Exploring how different values impact on the complex relationship of one mother and her daughter.

Beautifully told through puppetry, spoken word and striking original music. With visually stunning multimedia set The Moonwatcher asks where do any of us really belong?

 

For ages: 9+

Duration: 1 hour 15 mintues

Free craft from 2pm

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MARCH – Saturday 10th 8pm (doors at 7:30pm) £8/ £6 ( £10/£8 door)

THE MOONWATCHER – Horse + Bamboo

Meet Rahmi, a young Pakistani girl who travelled half way around the world to be with her husband.

Now meet Azrah, her second generation daughter, struggling to find where she belongs. Born in Rossendale but feeling trapped by her mother’s past.

The Moonwatcher is their story, developed from the stories of first generation immigrants to Rossendale for South Asia. Exploring how different values impact on the complex relationship of one mother and her daughter.

Beautifully told through puppetry, spoken word and striking original music. With visually stunning multimedia set The Moonwatcher asks where do any of us really belong?

 

For ages: 9+

Duration: 1 hour 15 mintues

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MARCH – Sunday 11th 3pm £8/ £6 ( £10/£8 door)

THE MOONWATCHER – Horse + Bamboo

Meet Rahmi, a young Pakistani girl who travelled half way around the world to be with her husband.

Now meet Azrah, her second generation daughter, struggling to find where she belongs. Born in Rossendale but feeling trapped by her mother’s past.

The Moonwatcher is their story, developed from the stories of first generation immigrants to Rossendale for South Asia. Exploring how different values impact on the complex relationship of one mother and her daughter.

Beautifully told through puppetry, spoken word and striking original music. With visually stunning multimedia set The Moonwatcher asks where do any of us really belong?

 

For ages: 9+

Duration: 1 hour 15 mintues

Free craft from 2pm

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MARCH – Sunday 11th 8pm (doors at 7:30pm) £8/ £6 ( £10/£8 door)

THE MOONWATCHER – Horse + Bamboo

Meet Rahmi, a young Pakistani girl who travelled half way around the world to be with her husband.

Now meet Azrah, her second generation daughter, struggling to find where she belongs. Born in Rossendale but feeling trapped by her mother’s past.

The Moonwatcher is their story, developed from the stories of first generation immigrants to Rossendale for South Asia. Exploring how different values impact on the complex relationship of one mother and her daughter.

Beautifully told through puppetry, spoken word and striking original music. With visually stunning multimedia set The Moonwatcher asks where do any of us really belong?

 

For ages: 9+

Duration: 1 hour 15 mintues

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MARCH – Saturday 24th 3pm £3/£2 (£4/ £3 door)

A BUGS LIFE (U) – The Boo

From the creators of ‘Toy Story’. A misfit ant, looking for “warriors” to save his colony from greedy grasshoppers, recruits a group of bugs that turn out to be an inept circus troupe.
(Dir. John Lasseter, Andrew Stanton / 1998 / US)

For all the family

Duration: 1 hour 35 minutes

Free craft from 2pm

 

 

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MARCH – Saturday 31st 8pm (doors 7:30pm) £3 / £2 (£4/ £3 door)

THE BIG LEBOWSKI (18) – The Boo

Mistaken for a millionaire Lebowski,“The Dude” seeks restitution for his ruined rug and enlists his bowling buddies to help get it. Stars Jeff Bridges, John Goodman, Julianne Moore, Steve Buscemi. To get into the spirit of this cult classic we’ll be serving White Russians (The Dude’s favourite drink) in our café!
Dir. Joel & Ethan Coen / 1998 / US)

Age: 18+

Duration 1 hour 57 minutes

 

 

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