Spring & Summer Menu
Paines Plough presents Every Brilliant Thing
★★★★ The Guardian "Heart-wrenching, hilarious...possibly one of the funniest plays you'll ever see."
TheyEatCulture's Autumn Theatre Season at The Continental kicks off on September 15th with a new play by Duncan Macmillan about depression and the lengths we will go to for those we love. Based on true and untrue stories. Read more
Ezra Furman - sold out
Indie-rock's ultimate endearing misfit, Chicago-based Furman scaled new heights with his 6th album - Perpetual Motion People, on Bella Union - an album that adorned many a 'Best of' chart for 2015, adding to his already burgeoning reputation as a highly creative recording artist and scintillating live performer. Read more
Lioness: The Amy Winehouse Experience
Lioness provide an authentic tribute to Amy's precocious talent, featuring TV’s ‘Stars in The Eyes’ finalist Emma Wright as Amy Winehouse with a full five piece backing band to recreate the authentic sound of this heady mix of jazz, soul and pop. Read more
Roald Dahl on Film
Are you aged between 16 and 25? Do you want to learn how to run film events? Contact email@example.com 01772 499 207 for more information on joining TheyEatCulture's summer Young Programmers group. Funded by The British Film Institute.
Critical Film writing workshops
We are also starting a ‘Writing for Film’ group.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org 01772 499 207 for more information on joining.
Glaxo Babies are the greatest UK post-punk band you've never heard. Formed in Bristol in late 1977 and named after the British pharmaceutical giant who allegedly inoculated thousands with a toxic vaccine, the band's pioneering mix of metallic guitar, dubbed-out rhythms and shamanistic chants found its way into the bloodlines of generations on both sides of the pond. Support from Klammer and Fighting. Read more