What’s On

Dec
12
Wed
2018
Eric Watson – Artist’s Exhibition @ Sir Barry Jackson Room @ The Coach House Theatre
Dec 12 2018 – Jan 3 2019 all-day
Eric Watson - Artist's Exhibition @ Sir Barry Jackson Room @ The Coach House Theatre

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 and has since sold commissions throughout Europe, South
Africa, America and Australia.
His Commissions has been published in Limited Edition Prints, Cards, Enamels, Fabrics, Tiles and Bone China.
Eric likes to utilize light and shadow using a unique and bold combination of Pastels, Pencil, Acrylic, Gouache and Watercolour to build up from a base to a finished creation
of stunning detail.
Art classes have been available since 2007 and have now grown to 5 workshops having over 50 members including a number of Art teachers at schools. These run
every week and are available to anyone who would like to have a go at painting and drawing or for those wishing to further improve upon their skills.
Art workshops are planned for 2019 and will be running from the last Sunday of each month and will include: Animals in pastel / mixed medium, Pencil drawing, White on
Black, Macro work using microscopes, Movement, Light and Dark, Outside Field Work. From 1994 Eric has been giving Art demonstrations in his own unique style of painting
and drawing. These are available to book. He is an accredited demonstrator with Art Profile.
“His love of animals and birds comes through the artwork with the ability to capture the power and movement of the subjects with not even the smallest detail overlooked
making the lifelike artwork widely appreciated and sought after.”

“Capture the spirit to last forever”

Services Available:
 Art Workshops
 Art classes
 Fine Art Printing and Publishing
 Wildlife Commissions
 Limited Edition Prints and Cards
 Original Paintings / Drawings
 Gift Vouchers Available

Tel: 07887588310
www.ericwatsonart.com
www.naturethroughart.com

 

**This event is not ticketed.  If you wish to view the exhibition outside of performance times, please contact the theatre on 01684 569011**

Dec
15
Sat
2018
THE RAILWAY CHILDREN (MALVERN THEATRE PLAYERS) @ The Coach House Theatre
Dec 15 @ 7:00 pm – Dec 21 @ 7:00 pm
THE RAILWAY CHILDREN (MALVERN THEATRE PLAYERS) @ The Coach House Theatre

(Resident Company of the Coach House Theatre)
42nd Season Present

THE RAILWAY CHILDREN

Adapted for the stage by Dave Simpson
From the novel by E Nesbit

By arrangement with Samuel French Ltd

A superb adaptation for the stage of E Nesbit’s classic novel. Following the wrongful arrest of their father, an Edwardian family are forced to move from their London home to the country and endure a life of genteel poverty. Their modest house, “Three Chimneys”, is close to a railway line which becomes the children’s main interest and source of many adventures, shared with the family of the station porter. Saving lives, rescuing a Russian refugee, looking after an injured schoolboy, the children enlist the help of a wealthy passenger to get their father out of prison and reunite the family.

The story was first performed as a play in 1984 at the Coliseum in London, became a famous film starring Jenny Agutter as Roberta and Bernard Cribbins as Perks, and continues to be performed regularly, most recently as a musical. Malvern Theatre Players reprise their sell-out 1990 Malvern Festival Theatre production in their new home at the Coach House Theatre.

A Christmas treat for all the family.

          A brilliant adaptation

                    Chuffing marvellous

                              A classic masterpiece

                                        It’s perfect

                                                  Glows with innocence

                                                            A First Class journey

Dec
27
Thu
2018
THE RAILWAY CHILDREN (MALVERN THEATRE PLAYERS) @ The Coach House Theatre
Dec 27 @ 7:00 pm – Dec 30 @ 7:00 pm
THE RAILWAY CHILDREN (MALVERN THEATRE PLAYERS) @ The Coach House Theatre

(Resident Company of the Coach House Theatre)
42nd Season Present

THE RAILWAY CHILDREN

Adapted for the stage by Dave Simpson
From the novel by E Nesbit

By arrangement with Samuel French Ltd

A superb adaptation for the stage of E Nesbit’s classic novel. Following the wrongful arrest of their father, an Edwardian family are forced to move from their London home to the country and endure a life of genteel poverty. Their modest house, “Three Chimneys”, is close to a railway line which becomes the children’s main interest and source of many adventures, shared with the family of the station porter. Saving lives, rescuing a Russian refugee, looking after an injured schoolboy, the children enlist the help of a wealthy passenger to get their father out of prison and reunite the family.

The story was first performed as a play in 1984 at the Coliseum in London, became a famous film starring Jenny Agutter as Roberta and Bernard Cribbins as Perks, and continues to be performed regularly, most recently as a musical. Malvern Theatre Players reprise their sell-out 1990 Malvern Festival Theatre production in their new home at the Coach House Theatre.

A Christmas treat for all the family.

          A brilliant adaptation

                    Chuffing marvellous

                              A classic masterpiece

                                        It’s perfect

                                                  Glows with innocence

                                                            A First Class journey

Jan
5
Sat
2019
Susan Birth – Artist’s Exhibition @ Sir Barry Jackson Room @ The Coach House Theatre
Jan 5 – Mar 3 all-day

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 of her work is also on display in the Cider Barn Gallery near Presteigne. She has participated in a number of Pop-Up Art Initiative events organized by ‘Architectural Impressions’ including the ‘Christmas Arts’ event in the Henry Sandon Hall, Worcester.

www.susanbirth.com
Instagram @susanbirth
Twitter @susanbirthArt

 

Photo by Lewis Membery

 

 

**This event is not ticketed.  If you wish to view the exhibition outside of performance times, please contact the theatre on 01684 569011**

Jan
13
Sun
2019
Malvern French Cinema – ET DIEU CREA LA FEMME @ The Coach House Theatre
Jan 13 @ 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm
Malvern French Cinema - ET DIEU CREA LA FEMME @ The Coach House Theatre

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 was the film that created Bardot’s sex kitten persona.

One of the ten most popular films at the British box office in 1956 – The Times

Feb
6
Wed
2019
RACING DEMON @ The Coach House Theatre
Feb 6 @ 7:30 pm – Feb 9 @ 7:30 pm

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

This production of Racing Demon is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French Ltd.