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Category Archives: The Arts
To receive a regular update of the Arts Information Calendar showing upcoming events in the Nottingham area, please contact Alan Snape as indicated below.
The calendar includes events at The Royal Concert Hall, The Broadway Cinema, The Bonington Theatre/Cinema in Arnold plus news of International live transmissions of Opera, Ballet and Theatre.
Also if you have news of local entertainment events and would like them included in the calendar please pass on the details to Alan.
To contact Alan, please use this form:-
To receive a regularly updated calendar of what is happening on the Films, Theatre or Music scene in our area please contact Alan Snape on the form below and he will add you to the mailing list.
Please note that this list is simply a means of keeping our members up to date with what is happening. It does not include the booking of seats etc.
Musical events that may appeal to you as follows:-
The Bonington Theatre, Arnold – Box office 9013640 www.boningtontheatre.co.uk
Blues and Roots John Miller and Grant Dermody – two incredible, world class, Musicians from the USA, on Saturday July 28th at 7.30 p.m.
Suitable for Blues Guitar and harmonica enthusiasts.
Tickets £12 or pensioners £10.
Also at The Bonington:-
The Bachelors (Originals Jonathon Young and Dave Pearson plus John Stokes).
A 100 % live show accompanied by Johnny Pat – Eternity Duo and the Terry Bell Band
On October 5th at 7.00 – All seats £15 Box office and website as above.
At The Royal Concert Hall
Frank Sinatra Tribute – Sunday 9th December at 3.00 p.m.
Box Office 0115 9895555
Music Song and Dance with guest singers Matt Ford and Victoria Hamilton-Barrett plus 27 piece show band and dancers.
To contact the group leader, please use the form below:-
To join the Arts Information Group and receive a weekly updated calendar of what’s available in our local area ask Alan Snape to include your e mail address in the circulation list.
The calendar usually includes events at the Royal Concert Hall, The Broadway Cinema, The Bonington Theatre/Cinema in Arnold plus news of International live transmissions of Opera, Ballet and Theatre. Also if you have news of local entertainment events and would like it including in the calendar please pass on the information to Alan.
To contact Alan, please use the form below:-
At the Broadway Cinema, 14-18 Broad Street, Nottingham, NG1 3AL
Opera Live by satellite – Cendrillon (Massenet) (12A)
Massenet’s enchanting opera Cendrillon, based on Cinderella
Saturday 28th April, 2018 at 5.55 pm – live by satellite
Sunday 29th April 2018 at 12 noon – encore
also on 28th April, 2018 at 1.00 pm at the Broadway Cinema
The Greatest Showman Sing-Along (PG)
A sing-along screening of 2017’s dazzling hit musical The Greatest Showman
And at the Bonington Theatre, Arnold, Nottingham:-
Thursday 19th and Friday 20th April, 2018
Finding your Feet (12A)
Saturday 21st April at 2.00 pm and 5.00 pm
Cape Wrath – a compellingly intimate journey to the edge of the island told in a minibus parked outside the Theatre building
Saturday 21st April at 2.30 pm
Tomb Raider (12A)
Saturday 21st April at 7.30 pm
Red Sparrow (15)
Wednesday 25th April – Saturday 28th April
Murder on the Nile – The Bonington Players make a welcome return to the stage with this adaptation of Agatha Christie’s classic ‘who dunnit?’.
Sunday 29th April – Thursday, 3rd May 2018
The Bachelors (12A) – a comedy drama
Monday 30th April at 7.30
Ryan Edwards – organ concert
1st May 2018 at 2.30 pm
Those Were The Days – songs from the ‘fabulous fifties and the swinging sixties’
2nd May 2018 at 7.30 pm
Richard D Hall – an evening of conspiracy theory conversation and lively debate
3rd May 2018 at 8.00 pm
Eddie Henderson with the Bruce Barth Trio
4th May 2018 at 7.30 pm
King Lear – A modern comedic take on Shakespeare’s popular tragedy
5th May – 7th May 2018
Ready Player One (12A)