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Cockermouth’s Vibrant Venue for Theatre, Cinema, Music, Arts & Heritage


What’s On Saturday 23rd September 8.00pm


Jan Ravens – Difficult Woman Star of Dead Ringers takes to the road


Monday 25th September 8.00pm


The Big Sick (15) Friday 29th September 8.00pm


Growth (Age guidance 14+) The Ashton Group - Comedy


Monday 2nd October 8.00pm Land of Mine (15)


Film


Thursday 5th October 7.00pm Live Stream Encore Hamlet (12A) National Theatre with Benedict Cumberbatch


Friday 6th October 7.30pm


Red Priest Four piece international baroque super-group


Saturday 7th October 7.00pm


Ladies Fashion Show and Pop-Up Shop Catwalk show starts 7.30pm Friends of the Kirkgate Fundraiser


Monday 9th October 8.00pm


Maudie (12A) Friday 13th October 8.00pm


Bernard Bradbury Memorial Lecture Cockermouth’s relationship with the railways 1847-1966. A fully illustrated lecture by Eric Cass


Monday 16th October 8.00pm


God’s Own Country (15) Friday 20th October 8.00pm


New Film Friday! Logan Lucky (PG) Monday 23rd October 8.00pm


Detroit (15) Tuesday 24th October 2.00pm


The BFG (PG)


Sunday 29th October 2.00pm Live Stream Encore Alice in Wonderland (Age guidance 6+) Royal Opera House


Monday 30th October 8.00pm Wind River (15)


Tickets and full details on our website www.kirkgatearts.org.uk and from the Box Office 019000 826448 10.00am - 1.00pm


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INFO@THECOCKERMOUTHPOST.CO.UK Film Film Film Film Special Event Special Event SOAKED - THE NEW PLAY BY EMMA RYDAL


Rosehill Theatre and La’al Marra Productions presents the premier of Soaked on Saturday 30th September at 7.30pm followed by a post-show discussion. Soaked is the new play by acclaimed local writer and actress Emma Rydal and the first play co-produced by Rosehill Theatre after the £2.7m redevelopment of the venue. Soaked will then tour Cumbria, Lancaster and Manchester.


It’s Wine O Clock! When do you stop? Imogen and Rich don’t care if the glass is half full or half empty, as long there is wine in it that’s what’s important. That’s how they unwind, how they party, how they deal with the stresses of life; young children, high powered jobs. But after twenty years of drinking to excess, Imogen is having second thoughts. She’s tired of waking up with an unexplained bruise, tired of beating herself up when she’s drunk too much, tired of being tired, but is it enough? When life has become so intertwined with the powerful nectar is it easy to break away, or do relationships start to unravel? Perhaps a wake-up call is all she needs?


Film Filled with humour and drama Soaked seeks to unnerve. Film


Emma Rydal who lives locally is a writer and actress who has had a successful career in theatre, television and radio. She burst onto the British film scene in 1999 with the BAFTA winning Brit flick East is East and has had a sustained a successful career ever since. Most recently Emma has been seen as regular ‘Celia’ in Sky One’s Stella.


Emma Rydal’s skill of finding comedy in the banal and everyday has been described as rather like a young Victoria Wood by The British Theatre Guide. Her first play True chronicled the relationship of a volatile mother/daughter relationship through the decades. It was nominated for a Manchester Theatre Award and won The Audience Award for Best Production and an Equity Award at Manchester’s 24.7 Theatre Festival in 2011.


Soaked - the showcase already had favourable reviews and has received funding from the Arts Council England and Cumbria County Council. The play is directed by Peter MacQueen, stalwart of the Theatre by the Lake. He has also toured with his one-man shows ‘Old Herbaceous’ and ‘The Professor of Adventure’. The cast for Soaked comprises Emma Rydal, Toby Gaffney and Madeleine Joseph. Original score by local composer Nick Smith from Issi Noho and set and costume design by Emma Bayliss from Whitehaven.


Tickets are £15 • U26 £8 and are available at rosehilltheatre.co.uk or on 01946 692422


“It was a really great show, can’t wait to find out what happens next. I found it increasingly uncomfortable to watch as it felt disturbingly familiar.” Showcase audience member


21 SEPTEMBER 2017 ISSUE 418 PAGE 28 Music Film Theatre Comedy


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