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A very Flavel Christmas is back!

We are packing the building to the rafters with a host of Christmas FUN.

We will have the auditorium full of wonderful stalls, from crafters and artisans all over the South Hams, so you can buy some wonderful Christmas gifts.

The studio on the top floor will be full of crafting activities from 11am to 4pm. With drop-in wreath making sessions for adults (for a suggested donation) and children's crafting and activities. We also hope to have children’s story-telling, a children’s quiz and of course our old favourite - Splat the Sprout!!

We will have live music, a Christmas choir, our famous tombola and the cafe and bar will be open for great food and drinks.

Don’t miss the final opportunity to buy your Grand Draw Tickets, with these fantastic prizes: a meal for two at the Seahorse with a bottle of wine (donated by The Seahorse), a Fortnum and Mason Hamper, a box of wine, a £50 voucher to spend at Dartmouth Wine Company (donated by BWF Legal) and a voucher for private Yoga session for up to 5 people (donated by Zest Yoga).

The Grand Draw winners will be picked out and announced by the Mayor of Dartmouth at 4pm.

Saturday 16 December from 11am - 6pm

Saturday 16 Dec 202311:00 (THIS IS A FREE TO ATTEND EVENT) (Closed)


The Royal Ballet


Live in cinemas: Tuesday 9 April 2024, 7.15pm BST

Running time 195 minutes (including two intervals)

Choreography Kenneth Macmillan

Danses Concertantes

Music Igor Stravinsky

Designer Nicholas Georgiadis

Lighting Designer John B. Read

Cast TBC

Different Drummer

Music Anton Webern/ Arnold Schoenberg

Set designs Kenneth Macmillan

Costume designs Yolanda Sonnabend in association with Peter Farley

Lighting design John B. Read

Cast TBC


Music Gabriel Fauré

Designs Yolanda Sonnabend in association with Peter Farley

Lighting design John B. Read

Cast TBC

Conductor Koen Kessels

Orchestra of the Royal Opera House


Danses Concertantes, commissioned by Ninette de Valois in 1955, was MacMillan’s first major work. An early sign of the incredible artistic output that would follow, the work’s critical success spurred MacMillan to abandon performing in favour of choreography. It is followed by Different Drummer, MacMillan’s complex and haunting balletic interpretation of Woyzeck, Georg Büchner's play about a soldier’s descent into madness. The mixed programme concludes with Requiem, his 1976 work for Stuttgart Ballet, created in memory of its late artistic director, MacMillan’s friend and former Royal Ballet dancer and choreographer John Cranko.  

Tuesday 9 Apr 202419:15

Beach Boyz Tribute Band

Beach Boyz Tribute Band presents:

The ‘GOODBYE-Brations’ FINAL Year Tour!

After a near-decade of touring the UK with the music of The Beach Boys®️ - Beach Boyz Tribute Band will be performing their show called “The Beach Boys Tribute Show”, before hanging up their surfboards for the final time.

Bringing you a show like no other. The songs you know and love so well are presented fresh and imaginative performance which have made crowds return time and time again.

GOD ONLY KNOWS the next time you might see the beautiful and intricate harmonies of the classic Beach Boys songs performed 100% LIVE.

Returning audiences are prepared for a night of fun, singing, dancing and a guarantee to leave with a smile on your face! If you are seeing the show for the first time: bring your Hawaiians shirts and dancing shoes for a night you will never forget.

This show is suitable for casual fans and hardcores alike, covering an unbelievably broad discography of massive hits (both US & UK), which have crafted the last 60 years of popular music by America’s favourite Band.

The hits come thick and fast - God Only Knows, Good Vibrations, California Girls, Surfin' USA, I Get Around and many more. Over 30 hits performed 100% live by Beach Boyz Tribute Band, as featured on BBC TV and Radio (‘top tribute of the year’ - The Theatre Tourist).

A show that will dazzle and astound is played by five performers packed with glorious vocal harmonies and California sunshine.

Friday 26 Jan 202419:30

Cara Dillon and Sam Lakeman

Folk at The Flavel: Cara Dillon and Sam Lakeman

Cara Dillon, an extraordinary, multiple award-winning Irish folk singer, and acclaimed musician and producer Sam Lakeman, will captivate listeners once again with their exquisite and enthralling live performance. Every note and word sung with a passion and confidence earned through a life of experience singing traditional songs. Throughout an enviable career which has seen them explore opportunities to tread many different paths – from releasing folk crossover albums on indie label Rough Trade; recording on Disney soundtracks; to collaborations with orchestras and even leading dance DJs – Cara has continuously chosen to firmly plant herself within the landscape of her Irish cultural heritage and that’s something to celebrate.  

Their enduring partnership has ensured they have remained at the very pinnacle of the folk genre for well over two decades and this performance will feature a selection of acoustic songs from previous releases and may also include material from her highly anticipated 2024 release, “Coming Home”, her first in over six years. Within it Cara effortlessly blurs the lines between spoken word and song to stunning effect, exploring profoundly personal memories, her native Co. Derry and the people, places and customs she holds closest to her heart; revealing a newly found freedom to express herself within the tiniest of details and life’s larger mysteries. Join Cara and Sam for an intimate evening full of exceptional music and the genuine warmth they bring to the stage.

Friday 14 Jun 202419:30

Dartmouth Orchestra 25th Anniversary Season

Dartmouth Orchestra

Join the Dartmouth Orchestra for their 25th Anniversary Season.

The Dartmouth Orchestra are a small but ambitious amateur chamber orchestra, primarily based in Dartmouth. Players travel from across the South Hams and beyond. With their dynamic and talented music director, Tim Pithers, they present three or four concerts annually, including performances in the Dart Music Festival each May. So, if you missed them over the festival, here’s another chance to hear a wonderful programme.

Conductor: Tim Pithers

Leader: Brenda Willoughby



BEETHOVEN : Egmont overture

MOZART :  Symphony no 41, ‘Jupiter’

REINECKE : Concerto for flute


For more information on the Dartmouth Orchestra visit

Friday 15 Dec 202319:30

Dear England (TBC)

A new play by James Graham
Directed by Rupert Goold

Starring Joseph Fiennes

Set design Es Devlin

It’s time to change the game.

The country that gave the world football has since delivered a painful pattern of loss. Why can’t England’s men win at their own game? With the worst track record for penalties in the world, Gareth Southgate knows he needs to open his mind and face up to the years of hurt, to take team and country back to the promised land.

Joseph Fiennes’ (The Handmaid’s Tale) portrayal of Gareth Southgate is pitch-perfect in this thrilling new play by James Graham (Sherwood), with set design by Es Devlin. Graham reunites with director Rupert Goold, following their acclaimed productions of Tammy Faye and Ink, in this gripping stage epic about both nation and game.

Filmed live on stage during its sold out run at the National Theatre, Rupert Goold (Judy) directs this spectacular new play which is certainly one to watch!

Please note this is a fictionalised account of the struggles and successes of England’s football teams, based on extensive research and interviews. It features characters inspired by some real-life individuals, and some composite characters entirely imagined by the author.

Thursday 25 Jan 202419:00

Festive Family Film Fun: Elf (PG)

Join us for a very special festive screening. As well as enjoying the Christmas Classic ‘Elf’, you can expect some festive fun, treats and maybe even a visit from a very special guest…

One Christmas Eve a long time ago, a baby crawled into Santa’s bag of toys… Raised as an elf, Buddy (Will Ferrell) grows into an adult three times larger than the biggest elf–and realizes that he will never truly fit in at the North Pole.

Starring: Will Ferrell, James Cann, Mary Steenburg

Tuesday 19 December
Arrive from 1pm for festive fun

2pm film screening

All tickets £9 (all children will receive a drink, snacks and other festive treats)

Tuesday 19 Dec 202314:00

French Wine Tasting


Join us for a French themed Flavel Fundraising event!

There will be six French wines to sample including a sparkling, rose, white and red with Ed from Dartmouth Wine Company introducing them to you.

The wine tasting will be accompanied by a selection of bread and cheese with grapes and there will be live music from Dartmouth favourites ‘Mick & Lucy’.

Bar open from 6.30pm


Please book by Friday 9 February - limited places available.

Thursday 15 Feb 202419:30

Harbottle & Jonas

Harbottle & Jonas 

Exquisite folk from one of the country’s most exciting duos.

Partners in life and in music, dynamic Devon-based folk duo Harbottle & Jonas are one of the most exciting acts on the UK circuit today, combining a love of the richness of traditional folk with their own original and powerful songwriting. Dave and Freya have developed a distinct and compelling signature sound, blending concertina, harmonium, banjo, stomp box, acoustic guitar and cittern with their beautiful and closely intertwined vocal harmonies.

Subject matter covers the historical as well as the more personal, with their engaging live shows full of stories as well as beautiful songs. People, places and events are brought to life through their intimate, timeless music.

Their fourth album The Beacon entered the top 30 of the Official UK Folk Chart, whilst Songs Of Love and Death (collaboration with Reg Meuross) achieved the same feat. Their video series Saving the Good Stuff has reached over half a million people (and counting) on Facebook.

2023 releases include a collection of covers: Saving The Good Stuff: Vol 1; and a highly anticipated new album will be out in Spring 2024

Saturday 14 Sep 202419:30

Life Drawing Workshop

Adult Workshop Series......

Life drawing is the artistic tradition of drawing the human body from a live model – something that all the greats would have studied in order to train their eye. Life drawing is not just a way for artists to hone their skills though, it can also contribute to a mindful and relaxed state, reduce anxiety, improve problem-solving and encourage new perspectives, as well as being a lot of fun!

So why not join Helena Clews on this five-week life drawing workshop course happening on Wednesdays from 10 January 2024 and on through until Wednesday 7 February. You will receive her expert tuition, support and guidance, as well as enjoying the company of a community of artists all practicing together for the sake of their art.

Session Dates:

Wednesday 10 January

Wednesday 17 January

Wednesday 24 January

Wednesday 31 January

Wednesday 7 February

Capacity is limited to 30, so do book your block of sessions soon to avoid disappointment.

Please note: an email with information and an offer regarding materials that can be purchased to use on the course will be sent out prior to the workshop start.

Wednesday 10 Jan 202410:00


The Royal Opera


Live in cinemas: Tuesday 26 March 2024, 7.15pm GMT

Running time 195 minutes (including one interval)

Sung in Italian with English subtitles

Music Giacomo Puccini

Conductor Kevin John Edusei

Directors Moshe Leiser and Patrice Caurier

Set Designer Christian Fenouillat

Costume Designer Agostino Cavalca

Lighting Designer Christophe Forey

Cio-Cio-San Asmik Grigorian

Lieutenant B. F. Pinkerton Joshua Guerrero

Sharpless Lauri Vasar

Suzuki Hongni Wu

Goro Ya-Chung Huang

The Bonze Jeremy White

Prince Yamadori Josef Jeongmeen Ahn

Kate Pinkerton Veena Akama-Makia

Imperial Commissioner Romanas Kudriašovas

Royal Opera Chorus

Orchestra of the Royal Opera House

A co-production with Gran Teatre del Liceu, Barcelona


When the young geisha, Cio-Cio-San, marries American Naval Officer Pinkerton, she believes she is entering a real, binding marriage for life. Forsaking her religion and community, she learns all too late that for Pinkerton, their marriage is merely an illusion – with tragic consequences.

With a score that includes Butterfly’s aria, 'Un bel dì, vedremo' (‘One fine day’) and the Humming Chorus, Giacomo Puccini’s opera is entrancing and ultimately heart-breaking. Moshe Leiser and Patrice Caurier’s exquisite production takes inspiration from 19th-century European images of Japan. Asmik Grigorian performs the role of Cio-Cio-San, with Kevin John Edusei conducting.

Tuesday 26 Mar 202419:15

Napoleon (15)


An epic that details the checkered rise and fall of French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte and his relentless journey to power through the prism of his addictive, volatile relationship with his wife, Josephine.

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Napoleon :Winter Warmer (15)

Join us for the another of our Winter Warmers

 A choice of soup and scone will be served at The Flavel Cafe from 12.30pm, followed by a subtitled screening of "Napoleon"  at 2pm.

 Standard cinema tickets also available for this screening.

This Is A Subtitled Screening

A personal look at the French military leader’s origins and swift, ruthless climb to emperor, viewed through the prism of Napoleon’s addictive, volatile relationship with his wife and one true love, Josephine.

Tuesday 9 Jan 202414:00 (THI IS A SUBTITLED SCREENING)

One Life (TBC)

British stockbroker Nicholas Winton visits Czechoslovakia in the 1930s and forms plans to assist in the rescue of Jewish children before the onset of World War II, in an operation that came to be known as the Kindertransport.

Friday 19 Jan 202414:0019:00
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Tuesday 11 Jun 202419:15


[New production]

The Royal Opera



Live in cinemas: Wednesday 1 May 2024, 6.45pm BST

Running time 220 minutes (including one interval)

Sung in French with English subtitles

Music Georges Bizet

Conductor Antonello Manacorda

Director Damiano Michieletto

Set Designer Paolo Fantin

Costume Designer Carla Teti

Lighting Designer Alessandro Carletti

Carmen Aigul Akhmetshina

Don José Piotr Beczala

Micaëla Olga Kulchynska

Escamillo Kostas Smoriginas

Zuniga Blaise Malaba

Moralès Grisha Martirosyan

Frasquita Sarah Dufresne

Mercédès Gabrielė Kupšytė

Dancaïro Pierre Doyen

Remendado Vincent Ordonneau

Royal Opera Chorus

Orchestra of the Royal Opera House

Co-production with Teatro Real, Madrid and La Scala, Milan


Damiano Michieletto's sizzling new production evokes all the passion and heat of Bizet's score, which features Carmen’s sultry Habanera and the rousing Toreador song. Antonello Manacorda conducts an exciting international cast, with Aigul Akhmetshina performing the title role.

Wednesday 1 May 202418:45


The Royal Ballet


Live in cinemas: Wednesday 7 February 2024, 7.15pm GMT

Running time 195 minutes (including two intervals)

Choreography Kenneth Macmillan

Music Jules Massenet

Orchestration Martin Yates

Designer Nicholas Georgiadis

Lighting designer Jacopo Pantani

Conductor Koen Kessels

Cast TBC

Orchestra of the Royal Opera House


This adaptation of Abbé Prévost’s novel embodies Kenneth MacMillan at his best, his acute insight into human psychology and his mastery of narrative choreography finding full expression in the impassioned duets of the central couple, visceral and urgent in their desire. The heroine’s struggle to escape poverty make Manon one of the most dramatic and devastating of ballets, emphasized by Nicholas Georgiadis’ evocative designs that reflect the juxtaposition between Manon’s impoverished origins and the lavish world she longs to inhabit. The 2023/24 Season celebrates the centenary of Nicholas Georgiadis.

Wednesday 7 Feb 202419:15


A Sadler’s Wells and Universal Music UK production


Directed and choreographed by Kate Prince

Based on the songs of Sting

with ZooNation: The Kate Prince Company

Special Screening: Thursday 30 May 2024, 7:20pm BST

[This production was filmed in 2022]

Running time 120 minutes (including one interval)

Director & Choreographer Kate Prince

Music & Lyrics Sting

Music Supervisor & New Arrangements Alex Lacamoire

Music Producer & Arranger Martin Terefe

Music Co-Producer & Mixer Oskar Winberg

Set Designer Ben Stones

Video Designer Andrzej Goulding

Costume Designer Anna Fleischle

Lighting Designer Natasha Chivers

Sound Designer David McEwan

Dramaturg Lolita Chakrabarti

Associate Choreographer Lukas McFarlane

Music Associate & Additional Arrangements D.J. Walde

Assistant Choreographers Tommy Franzen and Lizzie Gough


Oliver Andrews

Melissa Bravo

Nafisah Baba

Lindon Barr

Deavion Brown

David Cottle

Harrison Dowzell

Onyemachi Ejimofor

Nestor Garcia Gonzalez

Anna Holmström

Megan Ingram

Ajani Johnson-goffe

Daniella May

Lukas Mcfarlane

Robbie Ordona

Portia Oti

Kaycee Rice

Hannah Sandilands

Alexzandra Sarmiento

Stephen Thompson

Gavin L Vincent

A Sadler’s Wells and Universal Music UK production co-produced with Birmingham Hippodrome and The Lowry, Salford


The peaceful village of Bebko is alive with joyous celebrations. Suddenly, under attack, everything changes forever. Three siblings, Leto, Mati and Tana, must embark on perilous journeys in order to survive.

Message In A Bottle is a spectacular new dance-theatre show from five-time Olivier Award nominee, Kate Prince, inspired by and set to the iconic hits of 17-time Grammy Award-winning artist Sting, including Every Breath You Take, Roxanne, Walking On The Moon and more. With a mix of exhilarating dance styles, high-energy footwork and breath-taking athleticism, Message In A Bottle tells a unifying and uplifting story of humanity and hope.

Message In A Bottle is the latest masterpiece from the ground-breaking creator behind West End hits Some Like it Hip Hop, Into the Hoods, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie (choreography) and SYLVIA (Old Vic), and features the astonishing talents of dance storytelling powerhouse, ZooNation: The Kate Prince Company

Thursday 30 May 202419:15


The Royal Opera


Special screening: Wednesday 24 January 2024, 6.45pm GMT

[This production was filmed live in 2022]

Running time 225 minutes (including one interval)

Sung in Czech with English subtitles

Music Antonín Dvořák  

Conductor Semyon Bychkov

Created by Natalie Abrahami and Ann Yee

Directors Ann Yee and Natalie Abrahami

Set designer Chloe Lamford

Costume designer Annemarie Woods

Lighting designer Paule Constable

Choreographer Ann Yee

Rusalka Asmik Grigorian

The Prince David Butt Philip

Vodník Aleksei Isaev

The Duchess Emma Bell

Ježibaba Sarah Connolly

Kuchtík Hongni Wu

Hajny Ross Ramgobin

First Wood Spirit Vuvu Mpofu

Second Wood Spirit Gabrielė Kupšytė

Third Wood Spirit Anne Marie Stanley

Lovec Josef Jeongmeen Ahn

Royal Opera Chorus

Orchestra of the Royal Opera House


Rusalka, a water spirit, lives with her family in the pure waters of the forest lake. When she falls in love with a Prince, she sacrifices her voice and leaves her home in the hope of finding true love in a new world – a world that does not love her back.

Natalie Abrahami and Ann Yee create a poetic, contemporary new staging of Dvořák’s lyric fairy tale, revealing our uneasy relationship with the natural world and humanity’s attempts to own and tame it. Semyon Bychkov conducts an all-star cast featuring Asmik Grigorian (Jenůfa) in the title role.

Wednesday 24 Jan 202418:45


The Royal Ballet


Live in cinemas: Wednesday 24 April 2024, 7.15pm BST

Running time 210 minutes (including two intervals)

Choreography Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov

Additional Choreography Liam Scarlett and Frederick Ashton

Music Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky

Production Liam Scarlett

Designer John Macfarlane

Lighting designer David Finn

Conductor Martin Georgiev

Cast TBC

Royal Ballet Sinfonia

Orchestra of the Royal Opera House


Out hunting, Prince Siegfried chances upon a flock of swans. One among them transforms into the beautiful human Odette and he is immediately enamoured. But Odette is bound by a spell which keeps her captive as a swan during the day. Can Siegfried free her?

Tchaikovsky’s sensational score combines with the evocative imagination of choreographer Liam Scarlett and designer John Macfarlane to heighten the dramatic pathos of Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov’s quintessential ballet classic. Swan Lake remains to this day one of the best-loved works in the classical ballet canon.

Wednesday 24 Apr 202419:15


The Royal Ballet


Live in cinemas: Wednesday 22 May 2024, 7.15pm BST

Running time 200 minutes (including two intervals)

Choreography Christopher Wheeldon

Scenario Christopher Wheeldon and Joby Talbot

Music Joby Talbot

Designer Bob Crowley

Lighting Designer Natasha Katz

Projection Designer Daniel Brodie

Silk Effects Designer Basil Twist

Conductor Koen Kessels

Cast TBC

Orchestra of the Royal Opera House

A co-production between The Royal Ballet and the National Ballet of Canada


King Leontes of Sicilia is crippled with an all-consuming jealousy when his friend, King Polixenes of Bohemia, stays with him and his wife Hermione. What follows is a tale where a marriage is destroyed, a child is abandoned and all hope is seemingly lost for two lovers.

Celebrating its tenth anniversary, The Winter's Tale is an award-winning modern ballet classic, packed with emotional turmoil heightened by Joby Talbot’s compelling score and Bob Crowley’s atmospheric designs.

Wednesday 22 May 202419:15

ROH : The Nutcracker

The Royal Ballet


Live in cinemas: Tuesday 12 December 2023, 7.15pm GMT

Running time 170 minutes (including one interval)

Choreography Peter Wright after Lev Ivanov

Music Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky

Original scenario Marius Petipa after E.T.A. Hoffman

Production and scenario Peter Wright

Designer Julia Trevelyan Oman

Lighting designer Mark Henderson

Production consultant Roland John Wiley

Conductor Andrew Litton

Cast TBC

Orchestra of the Royal Opera House


Join Clara at a delightful Christmas Eve party that becomes a magical adventure once everyone else is tucked up in bed. Marvel at the brilliance of Tchaikovsky’s score, as Clara and her enchanted Nutcracker fight the Mouse King and visit the Sugar Plum Fairy in the glittering Kingdom of Sweets. Peter Wright’s much-loved production for The Royal Ballet, with gorgeous period designs by Julia Trevelyan Oman, keeps true to the spirit of this festive ballet classic, combining the thrill of the fairy tale with spectacular dancing.

Tuesday 12 Dec 202319:15
Saturday 23 Dec 202314:00

Reg Meuross

Folk at The Flavel: Reg Meuross

A true modern troubadour

‘The remarkable singer-songwriter that is Reg Meuross’ – BBC Radio 3

Award-winning Reg Meuross was introduced onto the stage of the Albert Hall by Mike Harding as ‘one of this country’s finest’ and is a true modern troubadour, representing contemporary English folk writing at its best. Captivating audiences with his beautiful tenor voice, and with breadth and depth of material that is unparalleled, Reg has toured extensively for decades across the UK, Europe, North America and the Antipodes.

Masterfully accompanying himself on his ‘44 Martin six-string guitar, harmonica, tenor guitar, banjo and dulcimer, witnessing a Reg Meuross performance is to experience a journey into the heart, soul and songs of one of England’s most celebrated writers. Stories that need to be told; struggles that need to be known; injustice that needs to be uncovered; social conscience that needs to be celebrated – his music has an unrivalled power to reach and move the listener. After 14 critically-acclaimed albums, Reg continues to prove how highly relevant his songs are, whilst reaching new audiences with consistently spellbinding performances.

Reg is currently touring with song cycle Stolen From God, focusing on the transatlantic slave trade – uncovering its’ hidden history from a South West England perspective.

Reg has also recorded Fire & Dust, due for release Autumn 2024, a song cycle that delves into the life story of Woody Guthrie. A  journey into the heart and soul of one of America’s finest folk musicians. Highlighting racism, bigotry, corruption and inequality.

Thursday 18 Apr 202419:30

Staircase Opera at Christmas

Staircase Opera return to The Flavel Centre with a new programme from their renowned company.

Staircase Opera blew audiences away at the Dart Music Festival this year, and that was with just three of the opera company performing. There will be six members of the company performing in December for this special Christmas joint fundraiser.

The sound and incredible cohesive performances of the company are spell-bounding, with every member an experienced professional singer, who perform around the UK and Europe. This small, professional company, with their director Martin Harvey, have gained a growing reputation for its concerts of staged excerpts from the more main-stream and well-known operas.

Be ready to be delighted with Christmas features scenes and arias from Puccini’s La Boheme, Johan Strauss’s Die Fledermaus, Mozart’s Magic Flute, Humperdinck’s Hansel and Gretel  – and many others.

The company will comprise:  
Sopranos - Anna Gregory, Donna-Marie Broomfield
Mezzos - Carolyn Harries, Rebecca Squire
Tenors - Cameron Rolls, Matt Wilding; Baritone - Gareth Davies
Bass  -Roderick Hunt
Accompanist - Alex Wilson

For more information about Staircase Opera, please go to their website:

Thu 14 December 2023, 7.30pm

Tickets £20

*This is a joint Dartmouth Music Festival and Flavel Fundraiser *

Thursday 14 Dec 202319:30

SykesMartin – Unquenching Fire

SykesMartin is the new collaboration from two of the UK’s finest folk singers. Miranda Sykes

(Show of Hands) and Hannah Martin (Edgelarks, Gigspanner Big Band, Saltlines) draw on the tradition to form a set of songs that celebrate the power of two voices singing in harmony. Double bass, fiddle, banjo and guitars all come together around the duo’s vocal arrangements, taking their deep knowledge of roots music, adding a contemporary twist, and then singing these old songs back to their heart. Delivering beautiful ballads and rousing chorus songs, this set showcases two mesmerising storytellers joining voices to create a spine tingling testimonial to our shared musical heritage.

“An exciting collaboration…impressive…beautiful – a must for any folkie” – The Morning Star

“Stunning…inventive…an excellent debut from a new duo, though it’s no less than we might have anticipated from two such distinguished performers.” – Ian Croft, RnR

“As soon as you see the names Miranda Sykes and Hannah Martin together you’re excited…Two of the finest voices on the contemporary folk scene…This is elemental modern folk

song” Songlines ****

Friday 15 Mar 202419:30

The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes (12A)

64 years before he becomes the tyrannical president of Panem, Coriolanus Snow sees a chance for a change in fortunes when he mentors Lucy Gray Baird, the female tribute from District 12.

Monday 18 Dec 202314:00
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Andrew Scott (Fleabag) brings multiple characters to life in Simon Stephens’ (The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time) radical new one-man version of Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya.  

Comedic and tragic, Chekhov’s examination of our shared humanity - our hopes, dreams, regrets - is thrust into sharp focus in VANYA.

This production explores the kaleidoscope of human emotions, harnessing the power of the intimate bond between actor and audience to delve deeper into the human psyche.

Filmed live during its sold-out run in London’s West End.

Performer & Co-creator

Andrew Scott

Adapter & Co-creator

Simon Stephens

Director And Co-creator

Sam Yates

Designer & Co-creator

Rosanna Vize

Thursday 22 Feb 202419:00

Winter Warmer - Love Actually (15)


Celebrate 20 years of the romantic comedy Christmas classic, Love Actually, which intertwines the stories of eight couples during a frantic month before Christmas in London.  

Join us for the last of this year’s Winter Warmer films. Homemade soup and scones will be served in the Café from 12.30pm with a subtitled film screening at 2pm.

Starring Laura Linney, Martin Freeman, Andrew Lincoln, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Rodrigo Santoro, Rowan Atkinson, Billy Bob Thornton and the late Alan Rickman

Director Richard Curtis

Runtime 2hr 9min

Tue 12 Dec Winter Warmer from 12.30pm, with film screening at 2pm

Tickets £15

All of London is in love -- or longing to be -- in Four Weddings and a Funeral writer Richard Curtis' first directorial effort. Billed as "the ultimate romantic comedy," Love Actually involves more than a dozen main characters, each weaving his or her way into another's heart over the course of one particularly eventful Christmas. The seemingly perfect wedding of Juliet (Keira Knightley) and Peter (Chiwetel Ejiofor) brings many of the principals together, including heartsick best man Mark (Andrew Lincoln), who harbors a very unrequited crush on Juliet. There's also recent widower Daniel (Liam Neeson), trying to help his lonely stepson Sam (Thomas Sangster) express his true feelings to a classmate. Across town, devoted working mother Karen (Emma Thompson) tries to rekindle the passion of her husband, Harry (Alan Rickman), who secretly pines for a young colleague of his. In the same office, the lonely Sarah (Laura Linney) not-so-secretly pines for a man just a few desks away (Rodrigo Santoro), who returns her affections but may not be able to dissuade her neuroses. Providing the unofficial soundtrack for all of the couples is an aging rocker (Bill Nighy) who just wants to cash in and get laid -- but even he might find a meaningful relationship in the most unlikely of places. A working print of Love Actually premiered at the 2003 Toronto International Film Festival.

Tuesday 12 Dec 202314:00 (THIS IS A SUBTITLED SCREENING)

Wonka (PG)

Willy Wonka – choc-full of ideas and determined to change the world one delectable bite at a time – is proof that the best things in life begin with a dream, and if you’re lucky enough to meet Willy Wonka, anything is possible.

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