What's On

Chance to Dance

An exercise-based dance class for those age 55+. Learn fun routines to music from the past and present in energetic classes that will increase flexibility, build strength and maintain fitness.

Various class times

Number 8 Volunteers – ‘Not Just Volunteers!’

A showcase of work from our multi-talented volunteers who enjoy a variety of clever crafts, creating lovely items that make perfect gifts – or maybe even a treat for yourself!

Thursday 25 April - Wednesday 5 June

One World Imagined – ‘Wild Impressions’

Artists David Skidmore, Christine Dadd, Valerie Briggs, Jess Pritchard and Jordan Price present artworks depicting wildlife and nature from around the globe.

Thursday 2 - Wednesday 22 May

Days of Heaven (12A)

A beautiful restoration of Terrence Malick’s rapturous tale of love and deceit starring Richard Gere, Sam Shepherd and Brooke Adams.

Monday 20 May - 11.00am; Tuesday 21 May - 7.30pm

Number 8 Readers’ Group

Our Readers’ Groups meet on the first and third Tuesday of each month. This month the groups will be discussing ‘The Reading List’ by Sara Nisha Adams.

Tuesday 21 May - 7.45pm

Andy Fergusson – ‘Buildings, Landscape & Light’

Based in the Cotswolds, Andy Fergusson works mainly with acrylics and enjoys bringing fine detail and clarity to his work.

Thursday 23 May - Wednesday 12 June

The Great Escaper (12A)

Another opportunity to enjoy this popular drama starring Michael Caine and Glenda Jackson, based on the true story of WWII veteran Bernard Jordan.

Friday 24 May - 7.30pm; Saturday 25 May - 2.00pm & 7.30pm

Sing-Along in The Foyer

Enjoy a sing-along in The Foyer and raise a glass or two as we sing a wide selection of songs. This month we’ll be singing favourite songs from the movies. No singing ability required!

Friday 24 May - 8.00pm

Kung Fu Panda 4 (PG)

Join Po, the Dragon Warrior (Jack Black), on his latest adventure as he takes a rest from combat to become the Spiritual Leader of the Valley of Peace!

Tuesday 28 May - 11.00am; Thursday 30 May - 2.00pm (RS)

Interactive Storytelling: We’re Going on a Bear Hunt

Rhubarb Theatre present an interactive storytelling session based on Michael Rosen’s ‘We’re Going on a Bear Hunt’. Suitable for ages 5 – 7.

Wednesday 29 May, 12.00 - 1.00pm

Rhubarb Theatre: Finding Chester

A fun-filled family show complete with puppetry, mask, song and dance. Will Edith be reunited with her missing moggy, Chester? Join Rhubarb Theatre to find out… Live on stage at Number 8.

Wednesday 29 May - 2.00pm

Sadler’s Wells & Universal Music UK: Message in a Bottle

The international refugee crisis is at the centre of this acclaimed dance theatre production by Sadler’s Wells Associate Artist Kate Prince, set to the music of Grammy Award-winning artist Sting. Recorded in London’s West End.

Thursday 30 May - 7.20pm

Priscilla: Queen of the Desert

*SOLD OUT* An unforgettable summer show packed with glitz, glamour, and the cast of PODS as you’ve never seen them before! Live on stage and featuring a sensational soundtrack of disco hits!

Monday 3 - Saturday 8 June, 7.30pm

Number 8 Readers’ Group

Our Readers’ Groups meet on the first and third Tuesday of each month. This month the groups will be discussing ‘The God of Small Things’ by Arundhati Roy.

Tuesday 4 June - 7.45pm; Tuesday 18 June - 7.45pm

Pershore Arts – ‘The Third Dimension’

To complement their Gallery exhibition, members of Pershore Arts show their 3D artwork including hand-crafted silver jewellery, ceramic pieces, and more.

Thursday 6 June - Wednesday 17 July

Mothers’ Instinct (15)

Jessica Chastain and Anne Hathaway star as best friends and neighbours who seem to have it all in this psychological thriller set in 60s suburbia.

Monday 10 June - 11.00am & 7.30pm

The Royal Opera: Andrea Chénier

Jonas Kaufmann headlines David McVicar’s spectacular staging of Giordano’s epic historical drama, under the baton of long-time collaborator Antonio Pappano. Live from the Royal Opera House, London.

Tuesday 11 June - 7.15pm

Pershore Arts – ‘Midsummer Dreaming’

This friendly network of amateur and professional artists returns to Number 8 for their annual exhibition.

Thursday 13 June - Wednesday 3 July

French Language Café

Join us at our French Language Café and practice your language skills in a fun and friendly environment. Whether you’re a total beginner or multilingual, everyone is welcome!

Thursday 13 June from 6.30pm

The Origin of Evil (15)

This stylish French thriller follows an impoverished ex-con (Laure Calamy) who becomes entangled in a web of deceit after reaching out to her estranged father. Join us at the Language Café on Thu 13 Jun.

Thursday 13 June - 7.30pm; Wednesday 19 June - 2.00pm

Ordinary Angels (12A)

A remarkable tale of faith and everyday miracles, this inspiring drama centres on a hairdresser in small-town Kentucky (Hilary Swank) who sets out to help Ed, widower and parent of two.

Friday 14 June - 7.30pm; Monday 17 June - 11.00am & 7.30pm (ST)

Monkey Man (18)

A dramatic action thriller starring Dev Patel as a young fighter who unleashes an explosive campaign of retribution.

Saturday 15 June - 7.30pm

Foyer Folk: Hennesea

Malvern-based folk-rock band Hennesea mix a dash of funk, a pinch of European folk and a sprinkle of rock and roll to create a sound that’s both familiar yet delightfully novel.

Saturday 15 June - 8.00pm

Exhibition on Screen: My National Gallery

Beloved celebrities, devoted staff members and world class experts come together to paint a unique portrait of this iconic British institution for its 200th birthday. Directed by Phil Grabsky and Ali Ray.

Tuesday 18 June - 7.00pm

Number 8 Readers’ Group

Our Readers’ Groups meet on the first and third Tuesday of each month. This month the groups will be discussing ‘The God of Small Things’ by Arundhati Roy.

Tuesday 18 June - 7.45pm