Audiences finally returning to Crediton Arts Centre
The folk group Suthering will be at Crediton Arts Centre on March 26.
AFTER a difficult Autumn period when audiences were, understandably, cautious about returning to indoor live events, numbers are, once again, on an upward curve.
A recent Saturday evening saw the brilliant Scratchworks Theatre visit with its show "The Grimm Sisters", and a near-full house enjoyed a splendid evening’s entertainment.
The atmosphere was joyful, and it was good to see so many people of all ages enjoying such a well-written, skilfully performed and hilarious show.
Upcoming live events at the Arts Centre include Peter Hamilton’s new play "The Great Goblets Robbery" (February 25/26), folk sensations Suthering (March 26), Clockworth Moth’s magical puppet show "The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark" (April 2) and Townsend Productions with its wonderful show "Yes! Yes! UCS!" (April 8).
The film programme also restarts with a new sound system with the classic film noir "The Maltese Falcon" (February 18).
The Arts Centre is also lucky enough to host a visit from the performance poet, writer and comedian Henry Normal, co-creator of "The Mrs Merton Show", "The Royle Family" and "Gavin and Stacey" on May 20.
Tickets for this show will be in high demand so book early at: www.ticketsource.co.uk/creditonartscentre .
Details for all shows are available on the website: www.creditonartscentre.org .
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