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- Box office times Mon 7.30pm–10.30pm
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There are 10 events at this location
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Adult Life Skills
- 96 min
- Directed by: Rachel Tunnard
- Cast: Jodie Whittaker, Lorraine Ashbourne, Brett Goldstein
- UK release: 24 June 2016
Anna (Whittaker) is a filmmaker bereft after the death of her twin and creative partner Billy (Hogg), and who now lives in her mother's garden shed. It's a shrewd, sweary, polished rib-tickler as well as a credible, intimate study of grief, and although Goldstein is adorable as Anna's admirer, romance for once takes a…
Cumbria on Track
A chance to relive or discover the region's railways of 50 years ago on the big screen. Featuring unique footage taken by the late Phoebe Wallace who filmed the railway between Workington and Penrith just before the section closed on 18 April 1966. We see all aspects of the line including the railway staff, stations and…
D'Bleedin'Blaggard's are a fusion of contemporary folk, roots, trad & country, rhythmically weaving & crafting their songs from the white feathered plains. The band comprises of Paul O'Halloran, who left his native Dublin after admitting in Confession he was their greatest songwriting Centre Forward, Anne Marie…
Give Me Your Love
Seriously funny piece of theatre that will stimulate, inspire and gob-smack
Jack And The Beanstalk
Cockermouth Amateur Dramatic Society present Bob Heather's adaptation of the popular fairy-tale about Jack who sells the family cow for an unusual item when they're in need of money fast.
Sat 28 Jan
Sat 4 Feb
Local Rail Exhibition
excellent exibition of the Railway which ran from Workington Main Station to Penrith Station, the line was affectionately know as the CK&P. Its now 51 years since the section closed between Workington & Keswick on 18/4/1966 & 45 years since the Penrith to keswick branch closed on 6/4/1972, we hope you enjoy…
Phillip Henry & Hannah Martin
Roots folk, blues and world music twosome.
The Storm Officer
The Storm Officer, a brand new production in development, features stories of wild floods, Nottinghamshire whirlwinds, fire-drakes, the Thames frozen over, Sir Cloudesley Shovell and Ann the local poet, with her many-coloured notebooks. Inspired by the extreme weather database, The Storm Officer is a rich and entertaining…
The Thing That Came From Over There!
Three actors play 15 roles in this spoof horror comedy based around a meteor crashing into the Antarctic that produces a fungus.
The Weir: Cockermouth Amateur Dramatic Society
Conor McPherson's chilling yet comic modern tale which tells takes place in a friendly bar in Leitrim where the local lads try to impress an attractive newcomer with their spooky storytelling.