What's On

Phantom Thread (15)

Drama following renowned dressmaker, Reynolds Woodcock (Daniel Day-Lewis) and a young waitress he meets who becomes his muse and lover.

Saturday 14 April - 7.30pm; Monday 16 April - 10.30am & 7.30pm; Tuesday 17 April - 7.30pm

Foyer Folk April

Our monthly folk night continues in The Foyer.

Saturday 14 April - 8.00pm

Phantom Thread (15)

Drama following renowned dressmaker, Reynolds Woodcock (Daniel Day-Lewis) and a young waitress he meets who becomes his muse and lover.

Monday 16 April - 10.30am & 7.30pm; Tuesday 17 April - 7.30pm

Lady Bird (15)

Golden Globe winning drama starring Saoirse Ronan as ‘Lady Bird,’ a teenager with a turbulent relationship with her mother.

Wednesday 18 Apr - 1.30pm

Pershore Arts – ‘Passion for Art’

Pershore Arts return to Number 8 with an exhibition which includes paintings, pastels, drawings, photography and printmaking.

Thursday 19 April - Wednesday 9 May

The Divine Order (cert tbc)

Feel-good drama set in Switzerland, 1971 when women were still denied the right to vote leading frustrated housewife, Nora to join the fight for women’s suffrage.

Thursday 19 April - 7.30pm; Wednesday 25 April - 1.30pm

Magical Mozart

Orchestra of the Swan present the Classical era at it’s best in the third concert of their spring series at Number 8.

Friday 20 April - 7.30pm (Pre-concert talk 6.45pm)

I, Tonya (15)

Based on the true story of US figure skater, Tonya Harding (Margot Robbie) and her attack on fellow Olympic competitor Nancy Kerrigan.

Saturday 21 April - 7.30pm

Wonder (PG)

Julia Roberts and Owen Wilson star in this inspiring story following a young boy with facial disfigurements, who struggles to fit in when he goes to mainstream school for the first time.

Monday 23 April - 10.30am & 7.30pm; Tuesday 24 April - 7.30pm

The Divine Order (cert tbc)

Feel-good drama set in Switzerland, 1971 when women were still denied the right to vote leading frustrated housewife, Nora to join the fight for women’s suffrage.

Wednesday 25 April - 1.30pm

Senior Youth Theatre

Exciting and creative drama sessions giving young people age 12+ the chance to develop their acting skills in a fun, friendly atmosphere.

Wednesdays weekly, 25 Apr - 11 Jul 6.00pm - 7.30pm (no class 30 May)

Walk With Me (PG)

This film gives an insight into the famous monastery of Zen Buddhist master Thich Nhat Hanh, with unprecedented access to the community.

Thursday 26 April - 7.30pm

The Mercy (12A)

The true story of Donald Crowhurst (Colin Firth), the man who attempted the first non-stop solo round-the-world yacht race in 1968.

Friday 27 April - 7.30pm; Monday 30 April - 10.30am; Tuesday 1 & Saturday 5 May - 7.30pm

Jenni Murray: A History of Britain in 21 Women

Journalist and broadcaster Jenni Murray joins us here at Number 8 to explore the lives of women.

Saturday 28 April - 7.30pm

The Mercy (12A)

The true story of Donald Crowhurst (Colin Firth), the man who attempted the first non-stop solo round-the-world yacht race in 1968.

Monday 30 April - 10.30am; Tuesday 1 & Saturday 5 May - 7.30pm

Britain on Film: Coast & Sea (U)

Britain on Film takes us on a journey around our coasts, with archive films from 1901 – 1978.

Thursday 3 May - 7.30pm; Wednesday 9 May - 1.30pm

Walk Like a Panther (cert tbc)

British comedy telling the story of a group of retired ‘80s wrestlers who slip into the lycra one last time in an attempt to save their local pub.

Friday 4 & Tuesday 8 May - 7.30pm

The Mercy (12A)

The true story of Donald Crowhurst (Colin Firth), the man who attempted the first non-stop solo round-the-world yacht race in 1968.

Saturday 5 May - 7.30pm

Walk Like a Panther (cert tbc)

British comedy telling the story of a group of retired ‘80s wrestlers who slip into the lycra one last time in an attempt to save their local pub.

Tuesday 8 May - 7.30pm

Britain on Film: Coast & Sea (U)

Britain on Film takes us on a journey around our coasts, with archive films from 1901 – 1978.

Wednesday 9 May - 1.30pm

Anne Guest – ‘Fragile’

Anne’s exhibition explores issues relating to climate change and its effects.

Thursday 10 - Wednesday 30 May

NT Live: Macbeth

Rory Kinnear and Anne-Marie Duff return to the National Theatre to play Macbeth and Lady Macbeth.

Thursday 10 May - 7.00pm

Marjorie Prime (12A)

Lois Smith and Jon Hamm star in this drama about love, loss and memory.

Friday 11 May - 7.30pm; Monday 14 May - 10.30am & 7.30pm

Ghost Stories (15)

Martin Freeman and Paul Whitehouse star in Ghost Stories adapted from an award-winning stage play.

Saturday 12 May - 7.30pm

Foyer Folk May

Our monthly folk night continues in The Foyer.

Saturday 14 April - 8.00pm