What's On

Senior Youth Theatre

Exciting and creative sessions where young people aged 12+ can develop acting skills and learn stagecraft techniques in a fun, friendly atmosphere.

Wednesdays weekly, 10 Jan - 28 Mar (no class 21 Feb) 6.00pm - 7.30pm

Tamara Jelaca – ‘Faceless’

An exhibition of hand embroidered ‘faceless’ portraits of real and imagined people from all walks of life.

Thursday 15 February - Wednesday 7 March

Number 8 Volunteers – ‘8 – Crafty Volunteers’

An exhibition bringing together a range of unique handcrafted items created by Number 8 volunteers.

Thursday 22 February - Wednesday 4 April

Darkest Hour (PG)

Gary Oldman stars in this BAFTA award-winning role as Winston Churchill in his early days as Prime Minister.

Monday 26 February - 10.30am & 7.30pm; Tuesday 27 & Wednesday 28 February - 7.30pm; Thursday 1 March - 1.30pm *Monday morning screening sold out*

NT Live: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

Sienna Miller and Jack O’Connell star in Tennessee Williams’ twentieth century masterpiece, recorded at the Young Vic Theatre, London.

Thursday 1 March - 7.00pm

Paddington 2 (PG)

Darkest Peru’s most lovable bear is back at Number 8 by popular demand in the funny, inventive and incredibly charming Paddington 2.

Friday 2 March - 7.30pm; Monday 5 March - 10.30am & 7.30pm

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (15)

Frances McDormand stars in this darkly comic drama as a mother frustrated by the lack of progress in the investigation into her daughter’s murder.

Saturday 3 & Wednesday 7 March - 7.30pm

Flames of Paris

Alexei Ratmansky’s captivating revival of Vasily Vainonen’s Flames of Paris. Live from the Bolshoi Theatre, Moscow.

Sunday 4 March - 3.00pm

Paddington 2 (PG)

Darkest Peru’s most lovable bear is back at Number 8 by popular demand in the funny, inventive and incredibly charming Paddington 2.

Monday 5 March - 10.30am & 7.30pm

Carmen

The best-known work by French composer Georges Bizet, Carmen features the much loved Habanera and the Toreador Song.

Tuesday 6 March - 6.45pm

Number 8 Readers’ Group – March

The Number 8 Readers’ Group is a small, friendly, informal group of people who read and discuss all kinds of books including fiction, non-fiction and drama.

Tuesday 6 March - 7.45pm

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (15)

Frances McDormand stars in this darkly comic drama as a mother frustrated by the lack of progress in the investigation into her daughter’s murder.

Wednesday 7 March - 7.30pm

Kamala Todd – ‘A Colourful World’

Inspired by travel and different cultures, Kamala’s exhibition takes you on a journey of colour.

Thursday 8 - Wednesday 28 March

God’s Own Country (15)

This BAFTA nominated drama follows a lonely farm worker and the relationship he develops with a Romanian migrant who arrives to work on the farm.

Thursday 8 March - 7.30pm

At Sea with the Royals

Pershore Rotary Business Club present an informative and humorous insight into life on board HMY Britannia as told by retired naval officer, David R. Rushforth.

Friday 9 March - 7.30pm

Molly’s Game (15)

True story, starring Jessica Chastain as Molly Bloom who ran the world’s most exclusive poker game for a decade before being arrested by the FBI.

Saturday 10 March - 7.30pm

Foyer Folk: Julie July Acoustic Trio

The Julie July Acoustic Trio perform a selection of songs in The Foyer.

Saturday 10 March - 8.00pm

The Post (12A)

Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks star in this award-winning drama about the first female publisher of a major US newspaper.

Monday 12 March - 10.30am & 7.30pm; Tuesday 13 March - 7.30pm

Journey’s End (12A)

Sam Claflin and Paul Bettany star in this adaptation of RC Sherriff’s WWI play.

Wednesday 14 March - 7.30pm; Thursday 15 March - 1.30pm; Saturday 17 March - 7.30pm

Mountains May Depart (12A)

This drama follows the life of Tao (Zhao Tao) across 25 years of social and economic change in China and the way it shaped lives.

Thursday 15 March - 7.30pm

Romantic Strings

The second in the spring concert series from Orchestra of the Swan.

Friday 16 March - 7.30pm (Pre-concert talk 6.45pm)

Journey’s End (12A)

Sam Claflin and Paul Bettany star in this adaptation of RC Sherriff’s WWI play.

Saturday 17 March - 7.30pm

The W Factor Final 2018

The W Factor returns to Number 8 to showcase the talents of young people in Wychavon.

Monday 19 March - 7.30pm

Oscar Wilde LIVE: Lady Windermere’s Fan

A new production of Oscar Wilde’s comedy, directed Kathy Burke, Lady Windermere’s Fan explores upper class morality and the fragile position of women in late Victorian society.

Tuesday 20 March - 7.15pm; Encore Saturday 24 March - 2.00pm

OINK!

Cropthorne-with-Charlton C of E First School presents OINK! based upon the classic tale of The Three Little Pigs.

Thursday 22 March - 1.30pm; Friday 23 March - 6.30pm