Sunday 14th April ’19 at 7pm 1958 (15) B/W 90mins (drama/romance) Louis Malle Jeanne lives in Dijon with her boring husband Henri. She escapes to Paris regularly where she can spend time with her friend Maggy and Raoul, Maggy’s friend and Jeanne’s lover. Henri insists Maggy and Raoul are invited to Dijon to stay, but on that day Jeanne’s car breaks down and she is given a lift home by Bernard, who is consequently invited to stay for dinner. Afterwards, ignoring her husband and spurning the advances of Raoul, she spends some time, and ultimately the night, with the attentive[…]
30th of July 1966, a date that would go down in history; when two sides collide, a day filled with ‘A Groovy Kind of Love’, as you are invited to the wedding of Laura and Joe. Whether you’re on the side of the bride or the groom, of England or (dare I say it?) Germany, you can expect to join them for a raucous evening of laughs, romance, drama, and the sounds of the swinging sixties
The finest songs from the master of the modern chanson, Jacques Brel, come to life when this trio of singers perform their revue, ‘Alive and Brel’. Brel’s music, famed for its emotional power and ironic wit, has been recorded by international stars ranging from Frank Sinatra and Dusty Springfield to David Bowie and Marc Almond. The show features iconic hits such as If You Go Away/Ne me quitte pas, Jacky and Amsterdam. These songs, which are laced with dark and passionate observations and paint a tableau of imperfect humanity, will be presented in the intimate setting of the Coach House Theatre. Singers Tim Brown,[…]
Break a leg! So she did! And we’re back! You couldn’t make it up.. In the very last run through of A Bunch of Amateurs (Malvern Theatre Players and Melting Pot) way way back in April, everything was going swimmingly. Costumes – tick, sound – tick, lighting – tick, props – tick, broken ankle – tick… our very own Susan Doran, in the penultimate scene in the play, playing Dorothy Nettles leading light of the Stratford Players, took a bit of a wrong turn and missed a step. It wasn’t quite ‘blues and twos’ to[…]
Faced with the grim reality of a life of seclusion in the genteel English countryside, Alex’s dreams of youthful urban living seem light years away; and when a nefarious village plot it revealed, there may be no chance of escape! A comedic concerto: Supernova is the critically acclaimed, funk-fuelled hip-hopera rap musical from Melbourne Comedy Award Nominee Alex Cofield, based on his real experience of growing up under the shadow of the Malvern Hills. Now he’s trying to rap his way out of his routine, rural life and shoot for the stars beyond. “This is quality rapping” ***** – One4Review “A[…]
Sunday 10th February at 2.30pm 1972 (15) colour 102 mins (comedy) Luis Bunuel Several bourgeois friends are planning to get together for dinner. However a succession of highly bizarre events, accepted by the characters even if they are impossible or contradictory, interfere with several attempts to enjoy their planned dining experience. Directed by one of the masters of surrealist cinema, this is a film where the narrative plays an elaborate game with the viewer and where reality and illusion blend imperceptibly. Academy Award 1973: Best foreign language film, French Syndicate of Cinema Critics: Best film, BAFTA 1974: Best screenplay.
Sunday 13th Jan ’18 at 2.30pm 1956 (PG) colour 95mins (romance/drama) Roger Vadim The attractive orphan Juliette is fancied by every man in St Tropez. Antoine, who she loves, is leaving town and promises to take her with him but goes without her. To save her from going back to the orphanage Antoine’s younger brother Michel makes an offer of marriage which she accepts. Wealthy Eric wants to buy the brothers’ shipyard as a casino site and brings Antoine back to St Tropez. Life then begins to get complicated particularly as Juliette cannot keep herself from cheating on Michel. This[…]
Susan Birth, Mixed Media Artist Susan creates vibrant mixed media artwork, mainly semi-abstract landscape, still life and floral pieces. She makes bold use of colour and pattern to create impactful and intriguing images. “I use various combinations of acrylic paint, ink, gouache, charcoal, oil pastels, etc. often incorporating collage. I aim to make a striking first impression and then continue to spark interest through use of colour, shape, movement, texture and overall composition, always enjoying experimenting with new media and techniques.” Susan has exhibited as part of Worcestershire Open Studios and more recently at Pershore Number 8 Gallery. A selection[…]
Eric. C. Watson Animal and Wildlife Artist : Eric is a self-taught Artist from Bromsgrove, Worcestershire having originally trained and worked as a Designer in the Automobile industry. He has become well known for his sympathetic detailed portraits of Animals, Wildlife and Birds, spending time watching and studying in the natural habitat for detail. He started drawing commissions in 1985 alongside working on his smallholding with a large selection of Farm Animals whilst also successfully Showing, Judging and Breeding English Setters. With a steady increase in commissions became a full time Professional Artist in 1994 and started his Art Studio[…]
6TH FEBRUARY 2019 – 9TH FEBRUARY 2019 Here to There Productions Ltd present RACING DEMON By David Hare In a Church of England torn with internal dissension on matters of doctrine and practice, four clergymen struggle to make sense of their mission in the inner city. “Quite simply drama at its athletic and magisterial best.” The Sunday Times “Bracingly intelligent and highly entertaining.” The Guardian Click here to view the trailer This production of Racing Demon is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French Ltd.