PERSHORE’S Number 8 Community Arts Centre has announced its exciting new Autumn season programme.
The town’s arts centre is preparing for a packed autumn full of bumper events, films, exhibitions and courses throughout October and November.
Highlights include comedian and campaigner Mark Thomas who will be bringing his show ‘Cuckooed’ to the centre, and audiences can also enjoy music from Thea Gilmore, Tenors Un Limited and Islands in the Stream – The Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers Story.
For theatre lovers there are a number of shows to be beamed in via satellite including the new season from the ‘National Theatre’ and ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’, starring David Suchet as Lady Bracknell, live from London’s Vaudeville Theatre.
Mouthpiece Productions will be presenting ‘Brummegen Pals’, a First World War set theatre piece written by Malcolm Stent and Don Maclean, and for children Michael Morpugo’s magical story is brought to life in ‘I Believe in Unicorns’.
The mix of upcoming films is eclectic with Meryl Streep’s drama ‘Ricki and the Flash’, ‘Captain Webb’, the recently restored Buster Keaton comedies ‘Steamboat Bill Jnr’ and ‘The Playhouse’, German drama ‘Phoenix’ and 3D blockbuster ‘Everest’.
Visit www.number8.org or call the Number 8 Box Office on 01386 555488 for further details on upcoming events.