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An intelligent, exhilaratingly blasphemous sprint through a revered Shakespearean tragedy.”


Something wicked this way comes…
A riotous and playful reinvention of Macbeth that puts the witches at the centre of this dark and bloody tragedy. Three gnarly fortune tellers live amongst the rats in an old junkyard, apart from decent society. Eager to teach the selfish world a lesson, they prepare a fortune reading that will destroy a throne and everything around it.

Performed by three actors with a junk yard set full of props, the major roles are swapped between them as they hurtle through the witches’ prophecy using storytelling, live music and physical theatre. Joyfully theatrical and inventive, this is Macbeth as you’ve never seen it before.



Canterbury Tales


Open air event weather permitting but will be held in the hall if wet.

Ticket prices –  £10 adult, £8 concession, £6 child & £28 family – 30% is donated back to our hall funds so please do try to support this event!  Pay on the day or book online

The Canterbury Tales


Rural Arts event, Dominic Holland

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Perrier Award-winning Dominic Holland’s film, TV and radio work also includes BBC3’s Rob Brydon’s Annually Retentive and BBC Radio Four’s The Small World of Dominic Holland, which was named as one of the station’s most popular listener’s comedy show when first broadcast. Dominic has made numerous guest appearances on television shows including Have I Got News For You, The Wright Stuff, The Des O’Connor Show, Edinburgh Nights, The Royal Variety Show and Never Mind the Buzzcocks. Target audience: 14+ Clean material, no swearing. Family friendly show. Pound Arts says… Dominic has an acute eye for people’s idiosyncrasies, weaving minute details and observations into his material. His engaging stage presence gives his shows a real intimacy and warmth. It’s a real coup to be able to offer him to the rural touring network this summer.




Much Ado About Nothing

Do join us for this new and exciting event!

Tickets £10 adult, £8 concession, £6 child & £28 family. 5.30pm.  30% of ticket sales donated to hall funds. Outdoors event if fine, bring a picnic.

“The Pantaloons mix irreverent humour, dashes of improvisation, lots of energy and a real understanding of the play and produce great entertainment for all the family… this Much Ado About Nothing is really something worth watching.” * * * * (Edinburgh Spotlight)

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