IT’S all ‘rubbish’ at Pershore’s Number 8 Community Arts Centre over the next few months with a number of events audiences will find hard to ‘refuse’.
Being hailed as “the Brazilian Slumdog Millionaire” the film Trash follows the story of three trash-picking boys from Rio’s slums who find themselves on the run from police.
The story has been adapted from the popular Andy Mulligan novel by Richard Curtis (Four Weddings and a Funeral, Vicar of Dibley).
Trash will be screened at Number 8 on Thursday (April 9) at 7.30pm and Wednesday, April 15 at 1.30pm.
The ‘rubbish’ theme continues on Saturday, April 25 at 7.30pm with Wasters, a dark comedy of food waste, life decisions and toilet rolls from Malvern Theatres Writer in Residence Nick Wilkes.
Coming to Pershore directly from London as part of an exclusive short tour this new play tells the story of a homeless man who lives quite happily in an alley at the back of a supermarket chatting to his friend the bin until a newcomer moves in…
Tickets are on sale now from Number 8 Box Office on 01386 555488 or online at www.number8.org