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Fun for all the family at a venue near YOU

Welcome to our Autumn programme! We cannot wait to tell you all about the fantastic mix of performers we have lined up for you this year. Intrigued? You should be….

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Beryl

Maxine Peake’s ‘Beryl’ has proved to be an inspiration to women, northerners, cyclists and theatre lovers alike!  DON’T miss it!  Read more here…..

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Finger and Thumb Theatre presents – ‘The Ugly Ducking’

Children and adults alike will be rooted to their seats with this colourful adaptation of a classic fairy tale. Read more here….

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Dreaming of Miss Caledonia…

It’s funny, engaging and thought-provoking. ‘Miss Caledonia’ – performed by Melody A. Johnson is the last of the Canadian acts to tour the north this season and is certain to resonate with audiences, both young and old. We all have dreams of stardom at one time or another – don’t we? Miss Caledonia certainly does! […]

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Theatre Newfoundland – With Cruel Times in Between

Culture is important to Theatre Newfoundland. Which is why they have created an inspirational production entitled  ‘With Cruel Times in Between’ detailing the highs and the lows of island life. The production will be showing in village halls around the north next month. Find out more here….

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The Flanagan Collective

‘A fast paced, light hearted evening of theatrical adventure for ages 10 and up, based on the stories of Arthur Conan Doyle …’

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An interview with poet Chanje Kunda…

Chanje Kunda’s Amsterdam is ArtERY’s next performance in March (North Newbald Village Hall). Prepare to be blown away….and here’s why……

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Ian Sherwood

Award winning Canadian songwriter who entertains as much with his wit and stories as with his songs…

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Chanje Kunda Amsterdam

The play is adapted from her own book of poems, Amsterdam, and is a unique experience: part autobiography, part travelogue, part lyrical drama.

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