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A BRIEF OVERVIEW OF WHAT’S ON DURING jUlY 2013


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LIVE EVENTS July @ 7.30pm


MirACle tHeAtre – wAiting FOr gODOt Wed 3rd


Cornwall’s Miracle theatre’s productions are one of the highlights of the season! this summer they will demonstrate why waiting for godot, once famously described as a play in which ‘nothing happens, twice’, is one of the most profound, moving and funny plays ever written. this tragicomedy follows a pair of men who distract themselves and each other, while waiting expectantly, for ‘godot’ to arrive… Featuring a stellar cast of Miracle’s best known actors performing beckett’s timeless masterpiece that challenges all certainties - what better way to enjoy this perfect remedy for disillusion! “british theatre is all the better for small companies such as the Cornwall-based Miracle” the guardian 2013


VirginiA irOnSiDe – SpeAker Fri 5th


July @ 8pm


welcome to the blue rinse Mountains of Virginia! when an agony aunt reaches sixty, she can lie like a trooper, jump off a bridge – or take to the stage. Virginia ironside explains that unlimited free drugs, fun funerals, grandchildren and sex – or, even better, no sex – make the sixties the best – and funniest – time of your life… “Virginia’s become, effectively, a stand-up comedian. Her show is really funny…. I urge you to see it.” Arthur Smith ‘Loose Ends’ BBC Radio 4


“This doyenne of Fleet Street delivers her observations with precision, style and wit. Her writing is beautiful, funny, sensible and smart – and her show, directed by The Young Ones’ Nigel Planer, is an absolute delight.” Scotsman


“This is a witty show for all ages, providing an oasis of grown-up calm and wisdom …” Independent


glYnDebOUrne liVe OperA HippOlYte et AriCie bY jeAn-pHilippe rAMeAU Thurs 25th


July@ 6.15pm


Sung in French with english subtitles. when rameau died in 1764, the Mercure de France concluded its obituary with the words “Here lies the god of Harmony.” in many ways he defined 18th-century French music, publishing his widely influential treaty on Harmony in 1722. Hippolyte et Aricie was rameau’s first work for the stage, written when he was nearly 50. it is also glyndebourne’s first production of an opera by rameau, and will strike audiences, as it did in paris in 1733, with its richness of invention.


(Details correct at time of going to print but may be subject to change)


Diana, chaste goddess of the moon and the hunt, and Cupid, god of love, argue over who will dominate. their quarrel is settled by jupiter, who decrees that love will rule over all hearts for one day every year. Diana vows to protect the mortals Hippolytus (Hippolyte) and Aricia (Aricie). Cast list: ed lyon, Christiane karg, Sarah Connolly, Stéphanie D’Oustrac


glYnDebOUrne liVe OperA DOn pASqUAle bY gAetAnO DOnizetti Tues 6th


Aug @


7.15pm Sung in italian with english subtitles. Donizetti was an enormously prolific composer. Don pasquale is the 64th of his 66 operas, and was written only a year before the onset of the syphilis- induced dementia that was eventually to overwhelm him. given the circumstances, it is hardly surprising that the diamond-bright wit and brilliance of this opera also has a distinctly dark side. Danielle de niese, who is acknowledged as one of the world’s most talented and charismatic artists and has been described as “the world’s coolest soprano” by the new York times, performs the role of norina. the elderly bachelor Don pasquale, at his house in rome, awaits his friend Dr Malatesta, who has arranged a marriage for him. the bride, Malatesta tells him, is beautiful and innocent, and happens to be Malatesta’s sister. Don pasquale reminds his nephew ernesto that he has offered to wed him to a wealthy lady on pain of disinheritance if he refuses. ernesto refuses again; he intends to marry the impoverished norina. Cast list: Alessandro Corbelli, nikolay borchev, Alek Shrader, Danielle de niese


FILMS


the big wedding, epic, Despicable Me 2 & many more, Contact the box office or website for information on film times and films coming soon! £4 b4 4 OFFer – All film tickets Mon – thurs £4 before 4pm!! 01803 839530, www.theflavel.org.uk


Movie Meal Deal (MMD), Monday and wednesdays with the royal Castle Hotel only £15, Ask at the box office for details.


Orange wednesdays up and running!


£4 b4 4 OFFer – All film tickets Mon – thurs £4 before 4pm!!


Cinema now licensed for you to enjoy a drink from the bar whilst watching a film.


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