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  • Box Office 01895 673200www.compasstheatre.co.uk

    Compass Theatre, Winston Churchill Theatre and Manor Farm Heritage

    April to August 2015

    Great Value, Local Entertainment

    Hillingdon Theatres

  • Theres always plenty going on...360 Youth Theatre (see opposite page)

    Arts and CraftsThe bar at Compass and Cow Byre at Manor Farm both exhibit local art. Manor Farms Cart Sheds on Bury Street are home to various arts and craftspeople, creating and selling their wares.

    Compass ClubSupport Hillingdons Theatres and save money on tickets and meals.

    Compass KidsSaturday morning drama club for 4 to 7 year olds.

    Compass WardrobeOver 3,000 items to hire, every term-time Wednesday 8pm to 10pm.

    HeritageManor Farm visitors centre is in the 16th Century Manor Farm House, open April to October.

    MarketsDuckpond markets at Manor Farm, twice a month on Sundays and the Ruislip Country Market, Fridays in the Community Hut, St Martins car park.

    PRSSVTabla and Kathak dance classes for children. Contact: 020 8574 1202

    SrishtiBharatanatyam dance and Karnatic vocal classes for children. Contact: 020 8420 1076

    Stars at KnightSaturday drama classes for 7 to 14 year olds. Contact: 020 8841 8940

    Talking PicturesPromotional, dramatised and music video productions. Contact: 0845 6031474

    Tappy ToesTuesday morning dance class for young children. Contact: 0776 511 4444

    Tea DancesMonthly dances for all abilities in the Winston Churchill Hall. No partner required, 3 on the door.

    Workers Educational AssociationA range of great value week-day courses for adults.

    For more information contact 01895 673200 www.compasstheatre.co.uk

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    Experience the High Definition projection system at Compass Theatre

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    A selection of the best upcoming comedians working the British circuit are performing each month in the Bar at Compass Theatre all with the express intention of providing great value entertainment on a Sunday evening.

    Friends of Ickenham Hall presents

    Comedy CompassSunday 12 April, 10 May, 14 June and 12 July, 8pm

    Stage Talent AcademyVarious classes through the week

    360 Youth Theatre

    Aged 12 to 20? Interested in performing arts?

    Classes for children aged 4 + in Performing Arts: Drama, Singing, Dance, Piano, Ukulele and Holiday Activities. Courses are lead by passionate teachers with many years of experience in the West End, TV and renowned theatre appearances.

    360 offer a variety of workshops in drama, film and singing at Compass Theatre. There are opportunities to take part in productions and showcases each term and anyone between 12 and 20, living in (or going to school in) Hillingdon, can join.

    To see the line up go to facebook.com/comedycompass

    Tickets 4 in advance, 5 on the door

    Places from 3.50 ONLY via 020 3012 0134 or www.stagetalent.co.uk

    Fees 20 a term or 50 a yearwith the first 3 sessions free!Contact Matt Bateman: 01895 465572

    mbateman@hgfl.org.uk

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    Talking about his book Rivers of London, author Ben Aaronovitch will be interviewed by a local competition-winning student, scenes from his book will be acted out in a special Punch and Judy show, and there will be opportunity for book signing.

    The first local society allowed, after many years, to present the original version of this well-loved show. Kipps inherits a fortune, enters high society, but loses the girl he loves, in a show with great songs and dances.

    For World Book Night, Hillingdon Libraries presents

    Ben Aaronovitch: Rivers of LondonThursday 23 April, 7.30pm

    WOS presents the original version of

    Half a SixpenceWednesday 22 to Saturday 25 April, Wed-Fri 7.30pm, Sat 2.30pm and 7.30pm

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    The classic tale brought to life by the company who produce the magical Compass Pantomime. Young Dorothy finds herself whisked somewhere Over the Rainbow to the magical Munchkin Land. Follow her journey along The Yellow Brick Road through the Merry Old Land of Oz.

    London Borough of Hillingdon and DK proDuKtions present

    The Wonderful Wizard of Oz8 to 12 April; Wed 7pm, Thu-Fri 3.30pm / 7pm, Sat 1.30pm / 5pm, Sun 1.30pm

    www.hillingdon.gov.uk/cityreadTickets free from any Hillingdon Library

    Tickets 14.50 / 10 Under 16s Compass Club 1 off, Family of 4 40, Groups 10

    Tickets: Thu-Sat 14, 12 concs, 9 under 16s. Tickets: Wed 12, 9 under-16s. ONLY via wosproductions.ticketsource.co.uk (no fee) or 0333 6663366 (1.50 per booking includes postage)

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    The hit musical, full of laughter, romance and great songs. Its 1962 and teenager Tracy longs to dance on the Corny Collins Show. But can she beat the odds, find love, and fight for racial integration? For a big hearted girl, anything is possible.

    Encore Theatre Company presents

    HairsprayWednesday 6 to Saturday 9 May, Wed-Fri 7.45pm, Sat 3pm and 7.45pm

    Newlyweds Robert and Olivia are settled by the fire at their hotel in the Lake District when a hiker arrives seeking shelter from the snow. But all is not what it seems and who can really be trusted? A wicked cocktail of suspense and atmosphere is guaranteed in this wonderfully gripping thriller.

    Ruislip Dramatic Society presents James Cawoods

    Stone Cold Murder Wednesday 13 to Saturday 16 May, 7.45pm

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    A day of Frozen activity starts with a musical workshop for ages 5 to 10, in the studio, followed by two screenings of the sing-a-long version of the film, complete with a live warm-up with our friendly host. The perfect treat for Frozen fans of all ages!

    London Borough of Hillingdon and DK proDuKtions present

    Frozen: Workshop / Sing Along ScreeningsSunday 26 April, Workshop 10.30am, Film Screenings at 12pm and 3.30pm

    Tickets 12 / 11 concs Wed & ThuAlso available from 07856 246517

    Workshop 5Film 11

    Tickets 14, 12 concs, 11 Compass ClubAlso available from www.encoretheatre.uk

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    Benedick and Beatrice cant stand each other, little realising that their friends are out to prove its exactly the opposite! This is a unique adaptation of one of Shakespeares classic comedies, set against the backdrop of 1980s Yorkshire during the miners strikes.

    Purple Theatre Company presents

    Much Ado About NowtWednesday 20 to Saturday 23 May, 7.30pm

    Argosy returns with a magical production of this timeless classic. Join Peter, Susan, Edmond and Lucy as they enter the frozen world of Narnia. Can they help Aslan to defeat the White Queen?

    Argosy Players presents

    The Lion, the Witch and the WardrobeThursday 21 to Saturday 23 May, 7.30pm and Saturday 2.30pm

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    The stars stars of LDN Wrestling are coming for a night of action-packed drama.With top names including British Heavyweight Champion, the popular Alan Lee Travis, Pirate Paul Malen, The Masked Man of Mystery, The Dark Lord and many more.

    LDN Wrestling presents

    The Stars of LDN Wrestling - Live!Tuesday 26 May, 7.30pm

    Tickets 15 / 12 concs / 44 Family of Four

    Tickets 13 / 11 concs / Groups of 10+ 10 each

    Tickets 12.50 / 10 concs / 10 Compass Club MembersAlso available from 0845 838 9058

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    Come and feel the love for this beloved classic film! A coming-of-age adventure as Simba, the lion cub (who just cant wait to be king), searches for his destiny in the great Circle of Life. Breathtaking animation, unforgettable and timeless story.

    London Borough of Hillingdon presents

    Disneys The Lion KingWednesday 27 May, 11am

    Cinema had given us some really great epic songs and in this show Showcase will be singing and dancing their way through a selection of the best.

    Showcase presents

    The Magic of the MoviesThursday 4 to Saturday 6 June, Thu-Fri 7.30pm, Sat 6pm

    Bob Drury returns with his new one-man show celebrating the genius of Neil Diamond. In the first half, Neils iconic songs are presented in stripped-