TAUNTON: The Brewhouse Theatre is back!

The Brewhouse Theatre & Arts Centre is delighted to be welcoming audiences back.

Victoria Patch, Communications and Development Manager said ‘We’re excited about seeing the centre buzzing – it’s a great feeling seeing people enjoying themselves and venturing out after lockdown.’

There is a fantastic range of events coming up for all ages.
Highlights include

Drama: Wassail Theatre production, Whispering Willows explores the history of working with willows on the Levels up to WW11. The magic and myth, winding through its story, will captivate and enchant. A celebration of the beauty of the Somerset landscape, local history and crafts for young people and families. 3 and 4 June: Coates English Willow Centre and 12 June: The Brewhouse. 

Music: Celebrate the new ‘twenties’ decade by stepping back into the 1920s – the freewheeling Charleston era of Flappers, Cocktails and Bright Young Things. Let your feet tap along to their songs, jazz and dance numbers, performed by the musicians of The Piccadilly Dance Orchestra, a fabulous female vocalist and The PDO’s founder and bandleader Michael Law. 26 June at 7.30pm.

Including: With the four fabulous Gatsby Girls (they’re ‘The Bee’s Knees’!)
Singin’ in the Rain – Let’s Do It – Charleston – Ain’t Misbehavin’ 
Happy Feet – When You’re Smiling – Henderson Stomp – Glad Rag Doll.

Film: Catch some of the most celebrated and critically acclaimed films of the last year. From David Fincher’s stylish biopic Mank, to the heartrending drama The Father, to the three-time Academy Award-winning Nomadland, there is something to suit everyone’s taste.

What’s more, if you take up their exclusive Awards Season deal, you’ll get a fantastic 35% off when you book 3 films or more – meaning more time to sit back, relax, and immerse yourself in the world of cinema.

Award Season films include:
18 May: Trial of the Chicago 7
20 May: Judas and the Black Messiah
22 May: Mank
27 May: Rocks
29 May: Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom
9 June: Nomadland
17 June: Sound of Metal
25 June: Minari
11 July: The Father

For more details, the full programme and to book tickets go to www.thebrewhouse.net.
Tel: 01823 283 244

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