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December 2018

Afternoon Film: The Man Who Invented Christmas (PG)

Tue, 18th December, 2018 @ 14:00pm - 15:45pm
SpArC Theatre
£3

Charles Dickens finds himself in financial trouble after three unsuccessful novels in a row. Desperate for a hit, he relies on real-life inspiration and his vivid imagination to bring Scrooge and other classic characters to life in "A Christmas Carol." "This is an entertaining, well-acted biographical drama about what could have inspired A Christmas Carol and how the classic novella changed the spirit of the season." Common Sense Media "God has blessed us, every one, with Dan Stevens, who inhabits…

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January 2019

FILM: Smallfoot ( PG)

January 4 @ 16:00pm - 17:45pm
Sparc Theatre, Brampton Rd
Bishops Castle, SY9 5AQ
£4 – £5

  Migo is a friendly Yeti whose world gets turned upside down when he discovers something that he didn't know existed -- a human. He soon faces banishment from his snowy home when the rest of the villagers refuse to believe his fantastic tale. Hoping to prove them wrong, Migo embarks on an epic journey to find the mysterious creature that can put him back in good graces with his simple community. Directed by Karey Kirkpatrick, Jason Reisig. With Channing…

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The King and I- Live from the London Palladium

January 10 @ 19:00pm - 21:30pm
Sparc Theatre Bishop's Castle, United Kingdom
£8 – £12

The multi-award winning and critically acclaimed Lincoln Center Theatre’s production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s The King And I comes to SpArC Theatre's big screen in this unmissable event recorded live from London’s iconic Palladium. ★★★★★“Five stars for a sumptuous King and I.  Book Now.  It’s a hit” - The Times Reprising her Tony Award-winning role, ‘Broadway musical’s undisputed Queen’ (The Sunday Times) Kelli O’Hara (Anna) takes to the stage alongside Tony and Oscar nominee Ken Watanabe (The King) in a "powerhouse" (The Times)…

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FILM: Peterloo (12A)

January 17 @ 19:00pm - 21:30pm
Sparc Theatre, Brampton Rd
Bishops Castle, SY9 5AQ
£4 – £5

★★★★★ "grit and brilliance in Mike Leigh’s very British massacre" The Guardian Full Review Manchester, 1819: a period of famine after the Napoleonic Wars leads to increasing radicalism among working people. Their demands for reform horrify the authorities, leading to the violent suppression of a major demonstration at St Peter’s Field which results in the Peterloo Massacre. Starring Maxine Peak, Rory Kinnear, Nico Mirallegro and Tim McInnerny "Mike Leigh brings an overwhelming simplicity and severity to this historical epic, which begins with rhetoric…

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Afternoon Film: The Bookshop (PG)

January 22 @ 14:00pm - 15:50pm
Sparc Theatre, Brampton Rd
Bishops Castle, SY9 5AQ
£3

Florence Green, a free-spirited widow, puts grief behind her and risks everything to open up a bookshop -- the first such shop in the sleepy seaside town of Hardborough, England. But this mini social revolution soon brings her fierce enemies: she invites the hostility of the town's less prosperous shopkeepers and also crosses Mrs. Gamart, Harborough's vengeful, embittered alpha female who is a wannabe doyenne of the local arts scene. Accessible Cabaret seating/no steps/ hearing loop/  Low lighting throughout film/…

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Royal Opera House: the Queen of Spades ( Tchaikovsky)

January 27 @ 14:00pm - 17:30pm
Sparc Theatre, Brampton Rd
Bishops Castle, SY9 5AQ
£8 – £13

  Via Satellite New Production In Tchaikovsky’s intense opera of obsession and the supernatural, Gherman is caught between the woman he loves and a destructive fixation. ★★★★"A thrilling and terrifying card game has deadly consequences in Tchaikovsky's great opera" Culture Whisper Full Review The Queen of Spades is based on a short story by Pushkin, and comes to the Royal Opera House in a new production that has already garnered fivestar reviews in Amsterdam. The production is set in 1890, the…

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Royal Opera House LIVE: La Traviata (Verdi)

January 30 @ 18:45pm - 22:20pm
Sparc Theatre, Brampton Rd
Bishops Castle, SY9 5AQ
£8 – £13

Live Via Satellite Broadcast Live Via Satellite from The Royal Opera House From the thrill of unexpected romance to a heartbreaking reconciliation that comes too late – Verdi’s La traviata is one of the most popular of all operas. ★★★★★This is the 16th revival of Richard Eyre's 1994 production of Verdi's most popular opera and it just seems to get better and better." The Express Read Full Reveiw Alfredo falls in love in with the courtesan Violetta in glamorous Paris society, but…

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NT Live: I’m Not Running

January 31 @ 19:00pm - 21:40pm
SpArC Theatre
£7 – £11

National Theatre Live  I’m Not Running by David Hare  I’m Not Running is an explosive new play by David Hare, premiering at the National Theatre and broadcast live to cinemas.  Pauline Gibson has spent her life as a doctor, the inspiring leader of a local health campaign. When she crosses paths with her old boyfriend, a stalwart loyalist in Labour Party politics, she’s faced with an agonising decision. What’s involved in sacrificing your private life and your piece of mind for…

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February 2019

Film: Salvador Dalí: In Search of Immortality

February 7 @ 19:00pm - 20:45pm
Sparc Theatre, Brampton Rd
Bishops Castle, SY9 5AQ
£4 – £5

The documentary proposes an exciting journey through the life and work of Salvador Dalí, and also of Gala, his muse and collaborator. It starts in 1929, a crucial year in Dalí's career and life, as he joined the surrealist group and met Gala, and advances until the year of the artist's death in 1989. In all this vital and artistic journey, Dalí's geographies, especially Portlligat, stand out as the only stable home-workshop he possesses; Figueres, his hometown, where he creates…

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Live Theatre: Lost Dog presents: Juliet and Romeo – a Guide to Long Life and Happy Marriage

February 14 @ 19:30pm - 20:45pm
Sparc Theatre, Brampton Rd
Bishops Castle, SY9 5AQ
£6 – £12

  SOLD OUT ★★★★★Pure pleasure. Smart, subversive and sexy. The Guardian ★★★★★Superb. Devastating realism and dark humour. The Stage Lost Dog’s new show reveals the real story of Romeo and Juliet. It turns out they didn’t die in a tragic misunderstanding, they grew up and lived happily ever after. Well they lived at least. Now they’re 40ish, at least one of them is in the grips of a mid-life crisis, they feel constantly mocked by their teenage selves and haunted…

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