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Shows and films at Grampound

Grampound Village Hall is an excellent venue for theatre shows and films. With its raked seating it can comfortably accommodate more than 100 people all with an excellent view of the stage or screen.

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The hall plays host to a wide range of local and touring theatre groups. Each year there are more than 20 live shows. The dates are determined by the timetables of the theatre companies but, at any time, there is a forward programme in place for the next few months. The shows have been running since the hall opened in 2004 and, in October 2015, the hall celebrated hosting its 200th show. Over 10,000 people have attended the shows in that time.

Theatre groups that come to Grampound include:
Miracle Theatre, Baroque Theatre, Untold Theatre, North South Theatre, Trebiggan Productions, Tangram Theatre Company, Joli Vyann, Cornwall Youth Theatre, Pipeline Theatre, Nearta Theatre, Trifle Gathering Productions, Fourthwall Theatre, cscape dance company,
Scary Little Girls, Rabbit Theatre, Bucket Club, Fathom Theatre, Sleeping Trees Theatre

Tickets for shows can be obtained as follows:

Note: where ticket prices show "concession", this refers to those of pensionable age, disabled patrons, and students

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Grampound Film Club started under the umbrella organisation, C-fylm, in May 2016. It runs on the first Wednesday of each month. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the film starts at 7.30 p.m. There is an interval for refreshments.

Moviegoers must become members of C-fylm which costs £5 per annum. You can join the first time that you come to the Film Club. This money goes to C-fylm to help pay for the licence from the Motion Picture Licensing Company. Thereafter, entry to each film costs £3 per person.

 

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If you would like to be added to our mailing lists for forthcoming shows and films, please email to chair of village hall with your details.

 

Forthcoming Shows and Films

 

Sunday 3 December 7.30 p.m. BahHumbug

Dave Mynne (Rabbit Theatre): A Christmas Carol

Joy to all mankind... Bah! Spend an evening in the company of a mean, tight-fisted, squeezing, grasping, clutching old miser. Bah! Watch horrified as Ebenezer Scrooge is haunted by four creepy ghosts (wooo-oooh) each one more terrifying than the last. Bah! Sob at the bedside of a tiny, malnourished child riven with rickets. Bah! In their inimitable style the team that brought you Great Expectations, Dracula and The Odyssey (Greek stuff!) will now take you on a grim journey through the dark, dismal streets of Victorian London, where Ignorance and Want cower together. Using Dickens’ original words combined with anarchic comedy. Comedy? Bah! Celebrate the festive season with a mesmerising one-man performance of Charles Dickens’ timeless, transformative story: A CHRISTMAS CAROL. Bah! And Bah!

Suitable for adults and older children (8+) Tickets: £9 adult £7 child/concession £25 family.

 

Wednesday 6 December 7.30 p.m. (Doors open 7 p.m.) Hiddenfigurestrailer

Grampound Film Club: Hidden Figures

Three brilliant African-American women at NASA -- Katherine Johnson (Taraji P. Henson), Dorothy Vaughan (Octavia Spencer) and Mary Jackson (Janelle Monáe) -- serve as the brains behind one of the greatest operations in history: the launch of astronaut John Glenn (Glen Powell) into orbit, a stunning achievement that restored the nation's confidence, turned around the Space Race and galvanized the world. Nominated for 3 Oscars.

 

 

 

 

Wednesday 3 January 7.30 p.m. (Doors open 7 p.m.) thcenturywomen

Grampound Film Club: Twentieth Century Women

In 1979 Santa Barbara, California, Dorothea Fields is a determined single mother in her mid-50s who is raising her adolescent son, Jamie, at a moment brimming with cultural change and rebellion. Dorothea enlists the help of two younger women — Abbie, a free-spirited punk artist living as a boarder in the Fields' home and Julie, a savvy and provocative teenage neighbour — to help with Jamie's upbringing.

 

 

 

 

Saturday 20 January 7.30 p.m. WeareBronte

Publick Transport: We are Bronte

Superb physical comedy, Edinburgh festival hit on a national tour.

Review: "The title sounds literary, but don’t be fooled: you won’t need to know much about the Brontë sisters to enjoy this wacky homage to their work. Performers Sarah Corbett and Angus Barr re-enact a self-described “amalgam” of Brontë tales, their increasingly ludicrous artistic endeavours deliver consistent laughs and conjure up some genuinely striking imagery too. It’s done with skill and elegance though, and more than once the audience laughed at a piece of physical theatre that I secretly found rather beautiful and inspired.”

£9 adult £7 child/concession £25 family. Performance plus Q & A with the company.