Chew Valley Theatre Makers!
Friday 8th June at 11am
Would you like to get together and share ideas and expertise? Valley Arts would love to help build a thriving group of local theatre practitioners and see what the potential of working together might be.
Initial meeting – Wednesday June 8th at 11pm in the Pelican Barn, Chew Magna
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The Odyssey with David Mynne
Thursday 16th June at 7.30pm
This is proper Greek stuff (Sex! Swords! Sandals!) with all the boring bits removed!
A host of characters – including a one-eyed Cyclops, Circe the Sexy Sorceress and the terrifying Sea God Poseidon – will conjure up a mighty storm and keep you on the edge of your seat.
The Grimm Sisters by Scratchworks Theatre
Saturday 25th June at 2pm
WOULD YOU LIKE TO HEAR A REMARKABLE STORY?
WE PROMISE IT WILL ONLY BE A LITTLE BIT GORY…
You know the Brothers Grimm? The famous storytellers…or story stealers more like! Their sisters were the true brains behind the books, but thanks to a treacherous father, a nasty curse and a great big dollop of bad luck, you’ve probably never heard of them.
Music Club Night with Beth Rowley and friends
Friday 1st July at 8pm
Valley Arts 4th Music Club Night, brings Beth Rowley, one of the UK’s most extraordinarily beautiful singers to the Chew Valley
Beth has toured, recorded and duetted with a huge range of artists including Burt Bacharach, Jools Holland, Enrique Iglesias, Ronan Keating and David Grey to name but a few and played at venues such as Glastonbury Festival and the Royal Albert Hall.
King Arthur from The Last Baguette
Saturday 16th July at 2.30pm
Somewhere in Britain, a long time ago, a very, very, very long time ago. So long ago that nobody quite knows whether it happened or not. Or where it happened or not.
A boy pulled a sword from a stone and became King. A story of the old world, with knights, wizards, mist and magic.
THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST
Friday 29th July at 7.30pm
The Slapstick Picnic would like to cordially invite you to its inaugural summer tea party, where marvellous feats of performance and culinary capers await.
The entirety of Oscar Wilde’s classic play of manners, affairs and handbags being performed by just two rather dashing entertainers.
Play in a Week – Summer Camp 2022
Monday 8th – Friday 12th August from 10am – 4pm
A week-long summer camp for 8-12 yr olds, led by professional Director and Playwright Toby Hulse and Valley Arts’ own Laura Davies.
The week will be spent developing core performing arts skills, building confidence, and making friends; all in a super fun workshop setting.