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OUT & ABOUT – MARCH


OUT & A BOUT WITH LIVE 24-SEVEN


YOUR COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO WHAT’S GOING ON IN OUR REGION... SARA CHARDIN, TRAVEL BLOGGER AT www.allaboardtheskylark.com


ENTERTAINMENT The Banff Mountain Film Festival 2018, Cheltenham Town Hall 7th March, 7.30pm Experience an extraordinary collection of short films from the world’s most prestigious mountain film festival. Follow the expeditions of some of today’s most incredible adventurers, see amazing footage of adrenaline packed action sports and be inspired by thought-provoking pieces shot from the far flung corners of the globe. This will ignite your passion for adventure, action and travel. Age guidance: 12A (TBC). Tickets: £14 www.cheltenhamtownhall.org.uk


Blood Brothers at Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham Monday 12th to Saturday 17th March, 7.30pm (Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday matinees 2pm) Written by Willy Russell, the legendary Blood Brothers tells the captivating and moving tale of twins, who separated at birth, grow up on opposite sides of the tracks, only to meet again with fateful consequences. Few musicals have received quite such acclaim as the multi award winning Blood Brothers. Bill Kenwright's production surpassed 10,000 performances in London's West End, one of only three musicals ever to achieve that milestone. Tickets: from £18 www.everymantheatre.org.uk


Suggs – A Life in the Realm of Madness, Cheltenham Town Hall Thursday 15th March, 7.30pm Due to huge popular demand after his first tour-de-force, smash hit, one-man show, ‘My Life Story’, Suggs is treading the boards again. If the first show was about how on Earth he got there, his second is about the surprises that awaited him when he did. Vertigo on the roof of Buckingham Palace; nearly blowing the closing ceremony of the Olympics; watching his underpants fall to earth on Bowie’s driveway. Things have gone a smidge surreal since the Madness frontman was a twelve year old in shorts on the tough streets of North London. In this business you can be washed up at any minute. Fame is a tightrope and Suggs has fallen off many times. Tickets: £30.50 www.cheltenhamtownhall.org.uk


The End of the Affair Film, Presteigne Assembly Rooms Sunday 18th March, 8pm The film’s editor, Tony Lawson, will introduce the film. Using extracts from his production diary, he will talk about the editing process. Neil Jordan's version of 'The End of the Affair' is based on Graham Greene's complex, autobiographical, and arguably finest novel. On a rainy London night in 1946, novelist Maurice Bendrix (Ralph Fiennes) has a chance meeting with Henry Miles (Stephen Rea), husband of his ex-mistress Sarah (Julianne Moore), who abruptly ended their affair two years before. Bendrix’s obsession with Sarah is rekindled; he succumbs to his own jealousy and arranges to have her followed. Tickets from The Workhouse Gallery in Presteigne or online. Tickets: £8 wegottickets.com


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