Archive for March, 2018


Theatre group

St Paul’s Church Theatre Group  –   March and April 2018

If you are interested in going to the theatre, sharing lifts and enjoying a performance together, here are our next few trips:

Friday, 9th March at 6.00pm at The Lighthouse.  The film “The Divine Order”  Set in Switzerland in 1971 where  women are still denied the vote.  A story of women’s uprising.  £8.40 Concs: £6.90 (OAP/Disabled/Unemployed)  Under 25s and students: £4.50

Sunday, 18th March at 5.35pm at The Lighthouse.  The award winning film “I, Tonya”  Competitive ice skater rises amongst the ranks, but her future is thrown in doubt when her ex-husband intervenes. £8.40 Concs: £6.90 (OAP/Disabled/Unemployed)  Under 25s and students: £4.50

Tuesday, 20th March at 7pm  at The Lighthouse.  Live screened Oscar Wilde “Lady Windermere’s Fan” with a talented comedy cast including Jennifer Saunders    £18.50 Concs: £12.50 for under 15s

Thursday, 22nd March at 7.00pm  at The Lighthouse   Live screened National Theatre Live  “Julius Caesar” broadcast from The Bridge Theatre, London  with a star cast.   £12/£11 conc

Saturday, 24th March at 7.30pm  at The Arena Theatre  “Darlaston Dog Fight”   Set in the Black Country of early 19th century, based on folklore and ballads of this period.  Narrative, music and physical action, a play which is explosive and uncompromising.  £12/£10 conc

Monday, 26th March at 6.00pm at The Lighthouse  “Dark River” a film about Alice returning to her home village in the North of England to reclaim the tenancy of the family farm with Ruth Wilson, Sean Bean and Mark Stanley   £8.40 / £6.90 conc with under 25s and students £4.50

Friday, 6th April at 7.30pm at The Arena Theatre   “This is Margaret” by Tom Allsop  A story about a husband’s description of his wife who is now living with dementia – her life story on four sheets of paper.  £12/£10 conc

Saturday, 7th April at 7.30pm at The Arena Theatre “New Europe” a highly personal examination of family, nationhood and belonging, inspired by interviews with young Europeans.  £12/£10 conc

Wednesday, 11th April at 7.00pm at The Lighthouse “Macbeth” live screened RSC with Christopher Ecclestone and Niamh Cusack    £14/£12 conc

Saturday, 14th April at 7.30pm at The Grand “Turn of the Screw”  A fresh, thrilling look at a classic ghost story written by Henry James.  Tickets approx. £20

Saturday, 21st April at 7.30pm at The Arena Theatre  “Robin Ince: Pragmatic Insanity”  90minutes of fizzing with ideas of creativity and science and art asking why we believe what  we see and why we believe what we believe.  Age 14+  £12/£10 conc

Wednesday, 25th April at 7.30pm at The Arena Theatre  “The King Lear”  Hilarious and heartbreaking using the text of Shakespeare, the landlord of a pub when he retires demands to know which of his daughters loves him the most.  He unleashes a tide of jealousy and frustration.   £12/£10 conc

Bridget Campbell    0793 6939804     01902 766416

Bridget Campbell

0793 6939 804

Saint Paul's, Pendeford

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March 2018