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The Band Back together....Farnham Maltings

Joe, Ross and Ellie used to be in a band. They were pretty good too, making waves in the pubs and clubs across the rugged patchwork of England’s southwest. They even had a song on Radio 2. But that was all a decade ago and the songs, the stories, the secrets are long since buried. Until now.
Back together to play a one-off benefit gig in their hometown, the bandmates find a community reeling from a poisoning and a pandemic. Will the old songs still work their magic?
Faced with the memories of their youth and feeling lost in the community they once called home, it’s time to confront the past so they can make sense of the future.
Written and directed by award-winning dramatist Barney Norris (Visitors, Nightfall) and produced by Farnham Maltings (Mountain Music, Brilliance) comes an uplifting play about growing up, healing and rock n' roll.
★★★★ The Times: An elegiac reflection on how we're haunted by the paths we did or did not take. (Visitors by Barney Norris, The Watermill)
One of the best evening's entertainment I can remember.

Pride and Prejudice

Pride & Prejudice Sunday 21st April
After last year’s tour of ‘Sense and Sensibility’ Hotbuckle are back with their unique style of adaptations of classic novels. The virtuoso company have been entertaining audiences for over twelve years with their inventive interpretations of familiar texts. Previous productions have included, Great Expectations, Jane Eyre, Tess of the D’urbervilles, Wuthering Heights, David Copperfield and Les Miserables, as well as Austen’s Persuasion and Emma.
Hotbuckle are renown for their fast -paced, multi-role playing adaptations which cross age and gender traditions, and in their latest offering Hotbuckle invites us to enter the world of The Bennets. From the headstrong Elizabeth Bennet to the proud Mr Darcy, Hotbuckle’s rich characterisations abound in this latest adaptation by skilled writer Adrian Preater. Full of humour and invention, this is story-telling at its finest, as we meet five sisters who deal with marriage, morality and misconceptions in unique Hotbuckle style. This is Jane Austen as you’ve never experienced her before, so, get your tickets and Hotbuckle up, for the carriage ride of your life!