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Cinema tickets are £6, or £5 for U14 / 60+ (unless otherwise stated). There is a Loyalty Card scheme where you can earn free tickets. Ticket prices for other events vary and may be subject to a small booking fee. Films and Shows start at the times shown and the cafe / bar opens 45 minutes prior. Exhibitions are free entry, Monday to Friday from 10.00am to 5.00pm, unless the room is occupied. Please CONTACT US for more information or to make a booking.

  *** SEPTEMBER ***


 Robert Austin Image
        

Until Oct 1

ART EXHIBITION

Robert Austin & Sarah Franey   

See above for opening days & times. Free Entry

Exhibition of skyscapes, landscapes & microscapes from local artists. Robert can hold a workshop on the subject of 'Skyscapes watercolour painting'. Anyone interested in attending please CONTACT US.


dance taster
        

Sept 25, Tuesday 7pm

DANCE INSTRUCTION

Dance Taster Session   

Free

The first of this two part taster. An introduction to sequence & ballroom dancing. For beginners or those with some dance experience. No dance partner? No problem, all welcome.


funny cow
        

Sept 28, Friday 5pm & 7:30pm

CINEMA - COMEDY / DRAMA

Funny Cow   (15)

Maxine Peake, Paddy Considine, Stephen Graham, Alun Armstrong  1hr 42m
An aspiring female comedian uses her troubled past as material for her stand-up routine in Northern England's sexist working men's clubs.

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  *** OCTOBER ***


dance taster
        

Oct 2, Tuesday 2pm

DANCE INSTRUCTION

Dance Taster Session   

Free

The second of this two part taster. An introduction to sequence & ballroom dancing. For beginners or those with some dance experience. No dance partner? No problem, all welcome.


mountain
        

Oct 2, Tuesday 7pm

CINEMA - DOCUMENTARY

Mountain   (PG)

Narrated by Willem Dafoe  1hr 14m (Exploring Film)
Mountain offers a visually thrilling exploration of the high peaks and mountains around the world and looks at man's relationship with some of Earth's most imposing natural wonders. This replaces the previously advertised film Sherpa.

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 Wieslaw Kisielowski Image
        

Oct 2 until Dec 2

ART EXHIBITION

Wieslaw Kisielowski   

See above for opening days & times. Free Entry

A selection of work demonstrating the Wensley artist’s range of techniques, including oils, acrylic & impasto.


Me & Me Bee
        

Oct 4, Thursday

CHILDREN'S THEATRE

Me & My Bee   

Part of our Children’s Theatre series, sponsored by Tarmac UK. Climate change is massive. Bees aren’t. Has gathered awards and rave reviews wherever it’s been – and now it’s coming to Leyburn !

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black britain
        

Oct 5, Friday 5pm & 7:30pm

CINEMA - DOCUMENTARY

Britain on Film: Black Britain   (12A)

1hr 31m
To celebrate Black History Month, this series of archive films spanning 1901-1985 explores the history of the UK through the eyes and voices of black Britons. Featuring rare footage from Yorkshire and Lancashire.

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Mark Cronfield
        

Oct 6, Saturday

THEATRE DISCUSSION

Crusoe's Island: A Sounding (BlueBoxt Productions and Fellfoss Theatre)   

Actor Mark Cronfield is embarking on a one man show based on Daniel Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe. Mark and Nobby Dimon (playwright, adapter and director) will be “In Conversation” talking about the challenges and techniques of page to stage adaptation, and sharing some draft scenes and ideas.

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tully
        

Oct 12, Friday 5pm & 7:30pm

CINEMA - COMEDY / DRAMA

Tully   (15)

Charlize Theron, Mackenzie Davis, Ron Livingston  1hr 35m
Marlo's wealthy brother hires a night-time nanny to help his sister with her three young children. Hesitant at first, Marlo soon learns to appreciate all that Tully does - forming a special bond with her new, lifesaving friend.

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Summerhayes
        

Oct 13, Saturday

FOLK MUSIC

Summerhayes & Grainger   

Music from across the ages is brought vibrantly to life. Together, on the fiddle, accordion, mandolin, mandola, fretless 7-string banjo, plus a few surprises, they will provide an evening definitely memorable and distinctly unusual.

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Gifts and decorations workshop image
        

Oct 16, Tuesday 10:30 to 1:30pm

WORKSHOP

Gifts & Decorations   

£20 (includes refreshments & materials)

Pre-Christmas workshop. Cheryl Feakes will teach you all of the basic skills needed to create gift boxes, pompom garlands and button bracelets. Numbers are limited, please book early.


happy prince
        

Oct 19, Friday 5pm & 7:30pm

CINEMA - DRAMA / HISTORY

The Happy Prince   (15)

Rupert Everett, Colin Firth, Emily Watson  1hr 45m
Written and directed by Rupert Everett, the film pays tribute to Oscar Wilde with a poignant look at the previously untold story of his tragic final days in exile in Europe.

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theatre masks
        

Oct 20, Saturday 7:30pm

SITCOM SKETCHES

Leyburn Amateur Dramatic Society   

£8

Hilarious double bill: The Lycra Sisters and ‘Mon Petit Chien Saucisson’ (My Little Sausage Dog). Featuring characters from Last of the Summer Wine, 'Allo 'Allo and Dad’s Army, with the music of Abba, The Beach Boys and 10cc.

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Judith Wilson
        

Oct 23, Tuesday

POETRY

Writers' Bloc, with Judith Willson   

The first in a series of fascinating evenings for writers and readers. Come and hear acclaimed Yorkshire poet Judith Willson reading a selection of her poems, and bring along your own writing to share with her and the audience.

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edie
        

Oct 26, Friday 4:30pm & 7:30pm

CINEMA - DRAMA

Edie   (12A)

Sheila Hancock, Kevin Guthrie, Paul Brannigan  1hr 42m
Believing that it is never too late, 83 year old Edie packs an old camping bag, leaves her life behind and embarks on an adventure she'd always set her heart on - climbing Scotland's Mount Suilven. Part of our Film Festival, see below.

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Film Festival Page 1
        

Oct 26, 27 & 28, Friday, Saturday & Sunday

CINEMA

Film Festival 2018   

A varied programme of films over 3 days, including our usual Friday evening double screening slots. There will also be a special festival menu in our cafe / bar.

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  *** NOVEMBER ***


Adolf
        

Nov 3, Saturday

SOLO PERFORMANCE

Adolf, written & performed by Pip Utton   

The 20th century’s most notorious tyrant is daringly and divisively brought to the stage in one of the most successful and powerful solo works ever presented. Live theatre at its best, with a theme and subject that touches us all, especially in the month of Remembrance.

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between the crosses
        

Nov 10, Saturday

SOLO PERFORMANCE

Between the Crosses   

Will Huggins recounts the history of his Great Uncle's journey through WW1 and shows the horrors untold through the real-life recorded account of the man.

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Nov 16, Friday 10am to 4pm

WORKSHOP

All buttoned Up   

£25 (includes delicious light lunch)

Enjoy a day creating delightful Dorset and Yorkshire buttons with Jan Bell. They can be used to decorate clothes, hats, cards and other accessories. There will be a small charge for materials.


The Tenmours
        

Nov 17, Saturday

FOLK 'N' ROLL

The Tenmours   

Adam Hopkins, Olivia Duffin and Alex Johnston-Seymour bring you an interestingly diverse and often surprising evening of music. Energy, charisma, new talent and something refreshingly different.

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theatre masks
        

Nov 24, Saturday 7:30pm

MUSIC HALL

Leyburn Amateur Dramatic Society   

£8 (includes light supper)

Song, music, comedy, dance, and dramatic recitation. Be delightedly diverted by these disciplined devotees of delirium who will send you into an hallucinogenic hysteria of hyperbolic hoopla! LA&CC fundraiser.


  *** DECEMBER ***


Christmas Music Notes
        

Dec 8, Saturday

MUSIC

A Classic Christmas with Colin Bailey & Friends   

The perfect musical start to Christmas! Enjoy an evening of festive favourites in the company of vocalists Amy Fudali and Colin Bailey, with ‘Tales from the Tree’ from Mark Cronfield as Saint Nicholas!

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theatre masks
        

Dec 13, 14 & 15, Thursady, Friday & Saturday 7:30pm

COMEDY PLAYS

Leyburn Amateur Dramatic Society   

£8

Two hilarious one-act plays: EVENTIDE and ZOO. Their final productions of the 2018 season.

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  *** 2019 ***


  *** JANUARY ***


Fourum
        

Jan 26, Saturday

FOLK MUSIC

Fourum   

A heart-warming evening of Fourum’s favourite folk! English, Irish, Scottish and of course their own unique songs which capture the history and folklore of the Dales. All tickets include a warming glass of mulled wine.

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Nutty Noah
        

Jan 31, Thursday

CHILDREN'S THEATRE

Nutty Noah   

Part of our Children’s Theatre series, sponsored by Tarmac UK. Explosive blend of magic, crazy original songs & all sorts of silly stuff. UK Family Entertainer of the Year, 2018.

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  *** FEBRUARY ***


Kate Wakeling
        

Feb 12, Tuesday

POETRY

Writers' Bloc, with Kate Wakeling   

Continuing our series of fascinating evenings for writers and readers. Come and hear acclaimed Yorkshire poet Kate Wakeling reading a selection of her poems, and bring along your own writing to share with her and the audience.

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rapscallion
        

Feb 16, Saturday

NORTHERN ENGLISH FOLK

Rapscallion   

After last February’s sell-out concert, and two sell-outs at the Swaledale Festival they’re back again, with their unique blend of traditional Northern English folk, unusual arrangements featuring tunes and styles from different islands and centuries.

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  *** MARCH ***


history wardrobe
        

March 2, Saturday

SOLO PERFORMANCE

History Wardrobe present 'All Writers Great & Small'   

Historian Lucy Adlington links costumes and stories in this lively literary show featuring many distinguished writers, poets and dramatists.

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Adolf
        

March 30, Saturday (at Masham Town Hall)

TRADITIONAL MUSIC & BANTER

An evening with Aly Bain & Phil Cunningham   

Having toured together since 1986 to packed concert halls all over the world, Aly and Phil continue to charm audiences with their stunning music and on-stage charisma. Humorous banter sits alongside tunes that tug the heartstrings, and joyous jigs and reels that have feet tapping along.

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