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Category Archives: The Arts
Silver Screen at The Broadway Nottingham (tel 9526611) as follows:-
Thursday 18th Jan at 10.15 and 13.30 also Tuesday 30th at 10.30 and 13.30
the film that you have seen so many adverts for in the TV ” Darkest Hour ” with Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill
Thursday 25th Jan at 10.30 and 13.30 “The Post” a Steven Spielburg film starring Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks
Don’t forget these Silver Screenings are at the price of £5 less U3A discount on production of your membership card plus tea/coffee and biscuits before each performance from the cafe to take in with you.
Arnold Bonington on Friday 12th and Sat 13th Jan for Fans of Star Wars ” The Last Jedi” at 7.30 each day. admission £4.50
Wed 24th Jan the Bonington are showing a Spanish Language film with sub titles called ” Our Last Tango” a great film for all those admirers of The Argentinian Tango as demonstrated on Strictly. This film is showing at both 2.30 and 7.30 admission £4.50
Queries to Alan Snape on 07940146542
Thursday morning Silver Screen performances at The Broadway, Nottingham
10.30 and 13.30 – £5 less U3A members discount inclusive of coffee/tea and biscuits
Thursday 28th December – North by Northwest – Hitchcock film from 1959 starring Cary Grant
Thursday 4th Jan 2018 – The Greatest Showman – Hugh Jackmans first film since making Les Miserables.
Thursday 11th Jan 2018 – A Matter of Life and Death starring David Niven
Films coming up at The Bonington Arnold in the near future
Friday 5th Jan till Thursday 11th Jan ” Paddington 2″ at 7.30 each evening plus some matinees – £4.50
Friday 12th and Saturday 13th Jan at 7.30 showing “Star Wars – The Last Jedi
Wed 24th at 2.30 and 7.30 £4.50 …something different ” Our Last Tango” – all about Argentinian Tango champions and their 50 year love affair, In Spanish with subtitles.
Tickets are now being sold for the latest Am Dram play from The Bonington Players entitled Nobody’s Perfect on Wed 18th, Thurs 19th, Friday 20th and Saturday 21st
Bound to be good as always a sell out. 190 seats per performance.
Dec 3rd Tree Dressing in Sherwood Forest Visitor Centre, Free Event . 11.30 – 13.00 and 14.00 to 16.00
Dec 6th Hucknall Christmas Carnival with Ice Rink Santa’s Grotto. Kids Rides, Lights switch on
Dec 9th Christmas Carols in the Park at Rufford Park from 1.00 on the 9th and 1.30 on the 10th
Sat 9th Dec Craft Fair at Newstead Abbey
Sat Dec 9th and sun 10th Dog Grotto Sherwood Forest Country Park. £2 per dog entry fee. 11-12.30 and 2.00 – 3.00 also at Rufford Christmas Crafts 9th and 10th 11-3 p.m.
£5 per item madetickets on sale at Gift Shop on day.
PLEASE SUPPORT OUR TREE IN THE CHURCH
Christmas Tree Festival at St Mary Magdalene Church from Wednesday 6th Dec 6.00
p.m. Thursday and Friday 10.00 a.m. till 8.00 p.m. Saturday 10.00 – 12.30 and presentations to winners
Dec 16th and 17th Newstead Abbey Christmas Carols £10 per car load.
Dec 16th Christmas Concert at Newstead Abbey 7-9 pm £8 per person
Dec 16th and 17th Rufford Park Punch and Judy 12 – 3.00 in the stables Free Show
Theatre Royal – Beauty and the Beast – 9th Dec till Jann 14th
Playhouse Panto Jack and The Beanstalk 9th Dec till Jan 14th
George St Arts Centre Dick Whittington Dec 2nd – Dec 17th tel 9476096
FURTHER DETAILS AND OTHER EVENTS IN NG15 MAGAZINE
MERRY CHRISTMAS FROM ALAN SNAPE
Friday 17th and Saturday 18th November
Having enjoyed Victoria and Abdul recently I am now looking forward to watching Viceroy’s House with Hugh Bonneville playing Lord Mountbatten who has the task of exploring the ambitions of both the rulers and the ruled in this historical drama set in 1947 India. Gillian Anderson also stars.
Showing at 7.30 at the BONINGTON THEATRE in Arnold. Pensioners concessionary price of £4.50.
Tel booking number on Arts Calendar but not usually necessary as BONINGTON has 190 seats.
Alan Snape 07940146542