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MARCH – Saturday 2nd doors 7:30pm £10 | £8* (doors £12 | £10*)

COMEDY NIGHT WITH DAVE JOHNS, DALISO CHAPONDA + MICHAEL LEGGE

Spring’s comedy night is headlined by Dave Johns! A multi-award winning film actor, Dave has appeared on the West End stage and is best known for his breakthrough role in Ken Loach’s ‘I, Daniel Blake’. Daliso Chaponda is a Malawian stand-up, who placed third in Britain’s Got Talent 2017, Daliso is now a regular in comedy clubs and theatres around the world

Over 18’s only

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MARCH – Tuesday 5th 10am – 12pm : £4 | £2.50 for second child

BABY EXPLORERS – Horse + Bamboo

Drop in to The Boo with your babies and toddlers for a series of relaxed creative play sessions. Anytime between 10am and 12 pm. There will be plenty of opportunity for you and your little ones to socialise and interact with other families, enjoy guided sensory play and spend time together in a safe, friendly and fun environment.

Ages 0 -4

Adults are free but must book at ticket. Without a ticket you and your baby maybe refused entry. If there is only one space available at the time of booking please contact the venue.

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MARCH – Thursday 7th 4pm Free craft 3pm £4 | Family ticket £10

STRIPEY HONEY… IS VERY YUMMY BY MASHI THEATRE

AT HASLINGDEN LIBRARY

Stripey Honey… is very yummy! Is a touching and funny story of how tigers, bees and honey collectors learn to live together. Mashi brings a new play to young audiences of adventure and fun with music by award-winning composer Arun Ghosh, song, dance and puppetry, exploring the lives of some of our most precious but endangered species.

Co-programmed by Spot On Lancashire this event takes place at Haslingden Library

For ages: 5+

Duration 60 minutes

Free craft from 3pm

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MARCH – Saturday 9th 7.30pm : £18 

Doors 6.45pm

EVENING OF CLAIRVOYANCE WITH DAVID HOLT 

Join David Holt one of the UK’s leading spirit mediums and author of best seller “Are you ready to believe?” for a very different kind of evening.

David is an ordinary guy with an extraordinary ability. His ability to communicate with those who have crossed over, pass on their messages and bring through mind blowing evidence of life after death has brought comfort to thousands and changed the lives of both skeptics and believers alike.

Ages : Adults

PLEASE NOTE : This event is not ticketed by The Boo – for more information please contact : davidholtmanagement@gmail.com or head to www.spiritsurvival.com.

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MARCH – Sunday 10th 11am + 3pm: £8 | £6*  (Door £10 | £8*)

FREE craft at 10am – 11am + 2pm – 3pm

RABBIT GIRL AND THE SEARCH FOR WONDER – Creative Scene + 154 Collective

Something impossible has happened, something no one saw coming. So Rabbit Girl and her Dad have done what they do best – pulled on their boots, packed their tent and headed off into the wilderness. Join them around the campfire to hear about some pretty awesome adventures from all over the world.

For ages: 5+

Length 55 minutes

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MARCH – Saturday 16th 7:30pm: £5 | £4*

Doors 7pm

FIRST MAN (12A)

On the heels of La La Land, Chazelle and Gosling reunite for the riveting story of NASA’s mission to land a man on the moon, focusing on Neil Armstrong and the years 1961 – 1969. A visceral, first-person account, based on the book by James R.Hansen, the film explores the sacrifices and the costs of one of the most dangerous missions in history.

Certificate 12A | Dir. Damien Chazelle |2018 |2hr 21 mins

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MARCH – Saturday 23rd doors 7:30pm: £10 | £8*  (Door £12 | £10*) 

LIAM FROST + JOAN THE WAD

Described by Elbow’s Guy Garvey as “the UK’s answer to Bright Eyes”, Liam Frost has released three critically acclaimed solo albums and played with Ray Davies, The Decemberists and Willy Mason. Joan the Wad make their return to The Boo with their soulful indie folk music forged in the Rossendale arts crucible.

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MARCH – Sunday 31st 11am + 3pm: £8 | £6*  (Door £10 | £8*)

FREE craft at 10am – 11am + 2pm – 3pm

THE LOST THINGS – Tortoise in a Nutshell

A boy falls and finds himself in a dark and terrifying new world. It’s a world of lost things: car keys, wedding rings and a mysterious girl who is building an amazing machine. Performed in a unique dome structure, The Lost Things is about losing things and finding things you didn’t even know you were looking for.

For ages: 8+

Length 45 minutes

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