39620 BATH 12pp May Aug 2017 WEB (PDF)

File information

This PDF 1.7 document has been generated by Adobe InDesign CC 2017 (Macintosh) / Adobe PDF Library 15.0, and has been sent on pdf-archive.com on 19/04/2017 at 14:50, from IP address 217.23.x.x. The current document download page has been viewed 427 times.
File size: 5.69 MB (12 pages).
Privacy: public file

File preview

May to August 2017







w 03000 269 524 www.bishopaucklandtownhall.org.uk
Market Place, Bishop Auckland, County Durham, DL14 7NP

Film: A Street Cat Named Bob
Thursday 4 May, 7.30pm
The true feel good story of how James Bowen, a busker and
recovering drug addict had his life transformed when he met a stray
ginger cat. Cert: 12A, running time: 103mins
Tickets: £5 Advisory: Drug use

Literature: Alison Carr
Corner Shop Cowgirl
Tuesday 9 May, 7.30pm
Alison Carr’s unusual collection of poetry links the culture of the
USA’s wild-west with the post-industrial blight of the contemporary
North East of England, especially Teesside.
This unique mix of cultural and social references produces a diverse
mix of poetry from a distinctive new voice.
Tickets: Free
Baroque Theatre presents: Theatre: Triple Bill
Wednesday 10 May, 7.30pm
A Jolly Sinister Jape (by Elliot Strange)
A pastiche 1920’s thriller with a plot that defies description. This is Famous Five fun for adults
as Stubby, Ophelia, Biffy and Fatty find themselves trapped in a mysterious house during a
thunderstorm. Is this someone’s idea of a jape? Or is something far more sinister going on? All
is revealed in this madcap comedy set in the Roaring Twenties. It’s fast and furious with a liberal
sprinkling of hilarious period slang, along with mystery and thrills. (Running time approx 30 minutes)
Last Tango in Little Grimley (by David Tristram)
Membership of the local amateur dramatic society has dwindled to four and the audiences
aren’t much bigger. If they don’t come up with some rent money soon, they’re going to be
thrown out. Time for dramatic action. “There’s only one thing that sells tickets these days”
argues Gordon the Chairman. “Sex!” But how will the locals react to the promise of a
sizzling sex comedy? All is revealed in this hilarious play and thus begins the chaotic buildup to an evening of extraordinary home-grown drama - an evening the locals would never
forget! (Running time approx 30 minutes)
Last Panto in Little Grimley (by David Tristram)
Sequel to Last Tango in Little Grimley, Last Panto in Little Grimley features the same
incompetent characters. Gordon, Margaret, Joyce and Bernard tackle the Christmas
Pantomime with predictable riotous results. It’s Dick Whittington...but not as you know it!
(Running time approx 45 minutes)
Tickets: £10 / £8

Film: Jack Reacher Never Go Back
Thursday 11 May, 7.30pm
Jack Reacher must uncover the truth behind a major government
conspiracy in order to clear his name. On the run as a fugitive from
the law, Reacher uncovers a potential secret from his past that could
change his life forever. Cert: PG Running time 118 mins
Tickets: £5 Advisory: Moderate violence

Film: Arrival
Thursday 18 May, 7.30pm
When mysterious spacecraft touch down across the globe, an elite
team – led by expert linguist Louise Banks is brought together to
investigate. As mankind teeters on the verge of global war, Banks
and the team race against time for answers – and to find them, she
will take a chance that could threaten her life, and quite possibly
Tickets: £5 Advisory: Infrequent strong language

Hilarity Bites presents:
Comedy: Alex Boardman, George Rigden and host Jonathan
Friday 19 May, 7.30pm
Hilarity Bites Comedy Club in May is headlined by Alex
Boardman, fresh from a UK tour supporting football legend Eric
Cantona. A writer for performers as diverse as John Bishop,
James Corden, Lily Savage and Liza Tarbuck, Alex has spent
almost twenty years as a full-time comedian, and is one of the
most sought after acts on the circuit.
Joining Alex is 2017 Leicester Mercury New Comedian of the
Year nominee George Rigden, and host for the evening is the
flamboyant Jonathan Mayor.
Tickets: £8 in advance £10 on the door

Bishop Auckland Civic Society present
Talk: Mike Ablett; Transient
Tuesday 23 May, 7.30pm
An exploration of the two short-lived communities of Riseburn and
Eden Pit. The settlements’ creation, life and demise are considered
in relation to Middridge, Charles Pitt and the Durham Coalfield in
general. A short film followed by questions and answers.
Tickets: £2 free to BACS members
Film: Manchester By the Sea
Thursday 25 May 7.30pm
An uncle is obliged to return home to care for his nephew after his
brother dies, not knowing he is to be the boy’s guardian and then
struggles. Throughout the movie he recounts past memories that
caused him to leave Manchester and distance himself from his past.
Casey Affleck gives an Oscar winning performance.
Cert: 15 Running time: 137 mins
Tickets: £5 Advisory: Very strong language

Film: Hacksaw Ridge
Thursday 1 June, 7.30pm
The true story of WWII American army medic Desmond T Doss,
who served during the battle of Okinawa, refuses to kill people, and
becomes the first man in American history to receive the Medal of
Honor without firing a shot.
Cert:12 Running time: 139 mins
Tickets: £5 Advisory: Strong violence

Bishop Auckland Choral Society presents:
Music: A Spring Concert
Friday 2 June, 7.00pm
A chamber version of The Armed Man - A Mass for Peace by
Karl Jenkins including three Coronation Anthems by Handel.
Lead by conductor Venera Bojkova with pianist Allan
Tickets: £8.00/£6.00 concessions/£3.00 for children. Call
Mrs S Hassall on 01388 834359 or Mrs J Smith on 01325
360514 for tickets or from any choir member on the door.

Film: Sully
Thursday 8 June, 7.30pm
The story of Chesley Sullenberger, an American pilot who became a
hero, after landing his damaged plane on the Hudson River in order
to save the flight’s passengers and crew. Cert: PG Running time: 96
Tickets: £5 Advisory: Infrequent strong language

Music: The Happy Cats
Saturday 10 June, 7.30pm
The Happy Cats, led by former
Lindisfarne frontman Marty Craggs,
are a drop of the Irish, a twist of
Tamla, shaken up with thirty years
of rock and roll experience and
garnished with good humour.
Tickets £10/£8 concessions
Vane Women present...
Literary: Marilyn Longstaff / Vane Women
Wednesday 14 June, 7.30pm
Marilyn Longstaff will read from her brand new book, Article of War.
She aims to make you laugh; you may cry; she hopes you will never
be bored.
Published to celebrate 25 years of Vane Women, NORTHbound
represents the hard graft of image-making, writing and publishing
and honours the camaraderie of writers who live in this region. Join
Vane Women as they read from NORTHbound, accompanied by Pat
Maycroft’s projected photographs.
Both books on sale at this free event.
Tickets: Free
Film: Light Between the Oceans
Thursday 15 June, 7.30pm
Michael Fassbender stars as a lighthouse keeper who together with
his wife rescues a baby from a small dingy. The man with the baby is
dead. The couple struggle over the decision to report it or to keep the
baby. Cert: PG Running time: 133 mins
Tickets: £5 Advisory: Infrequent moderate sex

Hilarity Bites presents:
Comedy: Noel James, Cal Halbert and host Will Duggan
Friday 16 June, 7.30pm
Welsh comedian Noel James has been making people laugh for over
25 years and much of stand-up’s royalty has cited him as being a big
influence: from Tim Vine and Milton Jones, to Frank Skinner and Dylan
Moran. Highly original and just plain ridiculous, Noel is a stand-up
veteran, with many fans from his years on the circuit. Opening the
show is Britain’s Got Talent star Cal Halbert, and host for the evening
is 2014 Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee Will Duggan.
Tickets: £8 in advance £10 on the door
Film: Lion
Thursday 22 June, 7.30pm
A five year old Indian boy gets lost on the streets of Calcutta,
thousands of kilometres from home. He survives many challenges
before being adopted by a couple in Australia. 25 years later he sets
out to find his lost family. Cert:PG Running time:118 mins
Tickets: £5 Advisory: Only mild displays of affection

Theatre: Art with a Heart presents Declaration
Wednesday 28 June, 7.30pm
Instinctive, curious, bold and bouncy; Sarah is a mighty proud square
peg, which wouldn’t be such a problem if the hole wasn’t so damn
With autobiographical comedy, storytelling and conversations with
audiences, Declaration takes you on a curious, colourful and candid
exploration of ADHD, diagnosis and mental health.
‘Smashes apart stereotypes and stigma.’
The Reviews Hub 
Tickets: £10 / £8

Film: T2 Trainspotting
Thursday 29 June, 7.30pm
After 20 years abroad, Mark Renton returns to Scotland and reunites
with his old friends Sick Boy, Spud and Begbie. Cert: 18 Running
time: 117mins
Tickets: £5 Advisory: Strong language, sex and drug abuse

Film: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
Thursday 6 July, 7.30pm
Eddie Redmayne stars in the adventures of writer Newt Scamander in
New York’s secret community of witches and wizards seventy years
before Harry Potter reads his book in school. Cert: PG Running time:
133 mins
Tickets: £5 Advisory: Moderate threat

AM Productions present:
Music: Through the Decades with Roy Orbison and Buddy Holly
Friday 7 July, 7.30pm
Roy Orbison and Buddy Holly both grew up in the same part
of Texas. They both recorded their earlier work in Norman Petty
Studios in Clovis, New Mexico, even at one point recording the
same songs ‘An empty cup (and a broken date)’ as well as ‘You’ve
Got Love’ both written by Roy Orbison.
Both artists brought a unique Texas influence into their music and
through their creative writing for both an individual sound was
born! Roy Orbison went on to write so many songs including ‘Only
the Lonely’ and ‘Crying’.
Buddy Holly in his short career showed his writing talents, which
earned him a place (13th) in The Rolling Stone’ ‘100 Greatest
Artists of all Time’!
Darren Paige teams up with Marc Robinson who both have careers
dedicated to both Roy Orbison and Buddy Holly, performing all
over Great Britain and around the world have come together to
bring you a two hour uplifting show that will entertain you with all
the hits and a few earlier ones too!
Will Rock n Roll ever die? That’ll be the Day!
Tickets: £17
Film: Passengers
Thursday 13 July, 7.30pm
A spacecraft travelling to a distant colony planet transporting
thousands of people has a malfunction in its sleeping chambers.
As a result, two passengers are awakened 90 years early. Cert: PG
Running time: 116 mins
Tickets: £5 Advisory: Brief sexual activity

Film: Allied
Thursday 20 July, 7.30pm
In 1942, a Canadian intelligence officer in North Africa encounters a
female French Resistance fighter on a deadly mission behind enemy
lines. When they reunite in London their relationship is tested by
pressures of war. Cert: 15 Running time:124 mins
Tickets: £5 Advisory: Strong language, violence and sex

Film: Moonlight
Thursday 27 July, 7.30pm
A chronicle of childhood, adolescence, and burgeoning adulthood of
a young black man growing up in a rough neighbourhood of Miami.
Best picture Oscar winner. Cert: 15 Running time: 111min
Tickets: £5 Advisory: Strong language, violence and sex

Film: Doctor Strange
Thursday 3 August 7.30pm
Benedict Cumberbatch stars as a former neurosurgeon who embarks
on a journey of healing only to be drawn into the world of the mystic
arts. Cert: PG Running time: 115mins
Tickets: £5 Advisory: Moderate fantasy violence

Film: Fences
Thursday 10 August, 7.30pm
Denzel Washington stars as a working-class African-American father
who tries to raise his family in the 1950s while coming to terms with
the events of his life. Cert: PG Running time: 139mins
Tickets: £5 Advisory: Outdated racist language

Film: Jackie
Thursday 17 August, 7.30pm
Following the assassination of President John F Kennedy, First Lady
Jacqueline Kennedy fights through grief and trauma to regain her
faith console her children and define her husband’s historic legacy.
Cert: 15 Running time: 100 mins
Tickets: £5 Advisory: Brief strong violence

Film: La La Land
Thursday 24 August 7.30pm
The story of an aspiring actress and a dedicated jazz musician
struggling to make ends meet while pursuing their dreams in this
Oscar and BAFTA winning musical. Cert: PG Running time: 128 mins
Tickets: £5 Advisory: Infrequent strong language

Film: Nocturnal Animals
Thursday 31 August 7.30pm
A wealthy art gallery owner is haunted by her ex-husbands novel,
a violent thriller she interprets as a symbolic revenge tale. Cert: 15
Running time: 116mins
Tickets: £5 Advisory: Violence, nudity and strong language

Lunchtime Jazz
1.00pm - 2.00pm
Friday 19 May - Noel Dennis Trio
Friday 30 June - Michaela Lawson Trio
Friday 21 July - Alice Grace Trio
Friday 25 August TBC (check website for details)
Tickets: £5

Download 39620 BATH 12pp May-Aug 2017 WEB

39620 BATH 12pp May-Aug_2017_WEB.pdf (PDF, 5.69 MB)

Download PDF

Share this file on social networks


Link to this page

Permanent link

Use the permanent link to the download page to share your document on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, or directly with a contact by e-Mail, Messenger, Whatsapp, Line..

Short link

Use the short link to share your document on Twitter or by text message (SMS)


Copy the following HTML code to share your document on a Website or Blog

QR Code to this page

QR Code link to PDF file 39620 BATH 12pp May-Aug_2017_WEB.pdf

This file has been shared publicly by a user of PDF Archive.
Document ID: 0000585937.
Report illicit content