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Theatre, Concerts & Cinema


LIVE Thurs 3rd Nov, 7.30pm


Salsa


Tickets: £8, £6.50 Concessions A sparkling new Welsh language rom-com that will sweep you off your feet! Amateur astronomer Wayne Needy’s life is missing some sparkle until he takes up dance classes; he nervously enters the seductive world of salsa. A Welsh-language performance suitable for learners and ages 14+.


Sat 19th Nov, 8pm


Big Mac’s Wholly Soul Band Tickets: £10 in advance, £12 on the door Big Mac's play soul music like their lives depend on it! A soul band that enjoys soul music both on and off the stage.


Fri 25th Nov, 8pm


Mike Doyle Tickets £12, £10


Concessions A night of hilarious comedy with the amazing voice of Wales’ premiere entertainer. Mike Doyle is back at The Welfare to deliver a night of pure musical excellence and belly-aching laughter that will refresh parts you never knew you had!


Mon 5th Dec, 7.30pm Oddsocks present


Merry Wives of Windsor


Tickets £10, £9 Concessions There’s a right raucous rumbustious romp going on in jolly old Windsor town and no mistake! Hold on to your 1950 style hats, as two merry wives give that lovable “naughty knight” a shock he’ll never forget.


Wed 7th & Thurs 8th Dec, 10am & 1pm Martyn Geraint a’r


Goeden Ffa Tickets £10, £8 Child This year’s Welsh-language pantomime starring Martyn Geraint tells the traditional tale of the young farm boy, duped into buying some magic beans.


Coming Soon – 1st Mar NT live via satellite


The Comedy of Errors starring Lenny Henry


Tickets: £10, £8 Concessions Lenny Henry stars as Antipholus of Syracuse in William Shakespeare's The Comedy of Errors, broadcast to our cinema live from the National Theatre, London.


LIVE BY SATELLITE CINEMA


Sun 20th Nov, 3pm Bolshoi Ballet live via satellite


Sleeping Beauty Tickets: £10, £8 Concessions Based on the well-known fairy tale, with a sumptuous score by Tchaikovsky, the Sleeping Beauty is one of the world’s best loved ballets.


Thurs 1st Dec, 7pm NT live via satellite to our screen


Collaborators


Tickets: £10, £8 Concession John Hodge’s blistering new play depicts a lethal game of cat and mouse through which the appalling compromises and humiliations infl icted on any artist by those with power are held up to scrutiny.


Sun 18th Dec, 3pm Bolshoi Ballet live via satellite


The Nutcracker


Tickets: £10, £8 Concessions The perennial Christmas favourite of toys who come to life at night, with magical music by Tchaikovsky.


Wed 2nd Nov, 7pm Cinema experience: 15+ only & bar open


I Don’t Know How She Does It Starring Sarah Jessica Parker Mon 7th, Wed 9th & Thurs 10th Nov, 7pm


Jane Eyre Cert: PG Cary Fukunaga's invigorating new fi lm about the mousy governess who softens the heart of her employer and soon discovers that he's hiding a terrible secret.


Sun 13th - Thurs 17th Nov, 7pm (ex Tues)


Tinker Taylor Soldier Spy Cert: 15 Gary Oldman stars as George Smiley, the uncommunicative espionage veteran who's recalled to hunt down a double agent in MI6 during the Cold War.


Fri 18th - Thurs 24th Nov The Adventures of Tintin:


Secret of the Unicorn 3D & 2D Tintin is brought to life in Steven Spielberg’s adaptation of


Hergé’s much-loved stories of the intrepid young reporter and his faithful dog Snowy.


Fri 25th Nov - Thurs 8th Dec


Arthur Christmas 3D & 2D and school screenings The animators behind Wallace and Gromit go 3D as they


reveal Santa's high-tech secret! Fri 9th - Thurs 22nd Dec


Puss In Boots 3D & 2D and school screenings From the makers of Shrek, Puss in Boots pairs up with some


unlikely sidekicks to save the world. Wed 28th Dec - Thurs 5th Jan Alvin and the Chipmunks 3:


Chip-Wrecked While on vacation, the Chipmunks become ‘chip-wrecked’ on a desert island.


For up-to-date screening information contact: Box Offi ce: 01639 843 163 Web: www.thewelfare.co.uk Facebook


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