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WHATS ON AT THE ATH
After the hugely successful Seussical The Musical Jr,
The Athenaeum Youth Masquerad ers bring everyone’s favourite kooky gothic family in The Addams Family Young@Part.
Hundreds of years ago, the Addams family ancestors came from the old country and settled on a plot of land in what is now New York Central Park where the family flourished for many generations. This we find, Gomez Morticia, Fester, Grandma, Wednesday, Pugsley, Lurch and Cousin It, the morbid and macabre generation of the family that occupy 0001 Cemetery Lane.

Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, is all grown up. She has fallen in love with Lucas, a young man from a respectable family and only her father, Gomez knows who has to keep her secret from the family but even worse from his cherished wife Morticia whom he shares everything with. All is fine until the two family meet for a fateful dinner. Will Gomez manage to keep his promise to Wednesday? Join them along with all the rest of the family for a heart-warming story of young love, family and friendship… with the famous Addams Family twist… as if it was going to be that easy! If your 3 or 307 this show is bound to entertain and delight the audiences of the Warminster Athenaeum.

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Tickets Adult £12  Concession £10


SHOW DATES:
  • Thursday - 31st May - 7pm
  • Friday - - - - - 1st June - -  7pm
  • Saturday - 2nd June - 2pm (matinee)
  • Saturday - 2nd June - 7pm
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CREDITS:
THE ADDAMS FAMILY Young@Part® A NEW MUSICAL

Book by MARSHALL BRICKMAN and RICK ELICE, Music and Lyrics by ANDREW LIPPA, Based on Characters Created by Charles Addams

Originally produced on Broadway by Stuart Oken, Roy Furman, Michael Leavitt, Five Cent Productions, Stephen Schuler, Decca Theatricals, Scott M. Delman, Stuart Ditsky, Terry Allen Kramer, Stephanie P. McClelland, James L. Nederlander, Eva Price, Jam Theatricals/Mary LuRoffe, Pittsburgh CLO/Gutterman Swinsky, Vivek Tiwary/Gary Kaplan, The Weinstein Company/Clarence, LLC, Adam Zotovich/Tribe Theatricals; By Special Arrangement with Elephant Eye Theatrical Young@Part® Edition adapted by Marc Tumminelli and originally workshopped at Broadway Workshop in NYC
LOVE2SING
Whether you’re an absolute beginner, more advanced or simply enjoy singing, why not join one of Oddity Theatre’s brand new LOVE2SING choirs! 

 
 Starting on the 5th June they will consist of: 

YOUNG VOICES CHOIR - YOUTH CHOIR -  SHOW CHOIR
 

All are fantastic opportunities to get involved in on a weekly basis during term time throughout the year; developing skills, building confidence and celebrating singing together.  

There are no auditions, but a basic understanding of musical theory would be really helpful for both the YOUTH CHOIR and SHOW CHOIR. Mostly, though, just take your passion for singing! You’ll learn lots!  

So, why not pop along to the free first session on the 5th June and see what it's all about! #love2sing

Hosted by one of our resident theatre companies that produces the successful sell-out Christmas pantomime each year:
                                     

YOUNG VOICES (Ages 7-11)
Tuesdays
4pm to 5pm
£3 per session when booking a term
£4 ‘pay as you go’


YOUTH CHOIR (Ages 12-17)
Tuesdays
5.30pm to 7pm
£3.50 per session when booking a term
£4.50 ‘pay as you go’


SHOW CHOIR (Ages 18+ over)
Tuesdays
7.30pm to 9pm
£4 per session when booking a term
£5 ‘pay as you go’

When? Tuesdays (Term time only)

Where? Athenaeum Centre, Warminster, Wiltshire, BA12 9AE

Term dates? 5thJune to 24thJuly 2018

         

Any questions please contact: love2sing@odditytheatre.co.uk 

 You can also follow Oddity Theatre on Facebook for future audition dates and events.

   Warminster & District Film Society   

MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS

Wednesday 13th June - 7.30pm
                                    Members’ Choice
                  2 hours . . . . Cert. 12A . . . . . (USA/UK - 2017)

 
An all star cast in Agatha Christie’s most famous murder mystery. Hercule Poirot, (Kenneth Branagh) the famous Belgian detective decides to travel on the Orient Express. En route the train accidentally gets stopped by a small avalanche. Little does he know that a murder is about to be committed. But will he solve the murder before the train can restart?

Please note; A limited number of guest tickets for films are available in advance online or from the box office. If the advance tickets sell out, more tickets may be available on the door on theBuy tickets day.

Non members tickets £5.50

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   Warminster & District Film Society   

BATTLE OF THE SEXES

Wednesday 27th June - 7.30pm
            2 hours . . . Cert. PG . . . . (USA - 2017)
 
In the wake of the sexual revolution and the rise of the women's movement, the famous 1973 tennis match between world number one Billie Jean King (Emma Stone) and ex-Wimbledon Champion and serial hustler Bobby Riggs (Steve Carell) was billed as the ‘Battle of The Sexes’ and became one of the most watched televised sports events of all time. As the rivalry between King and Riggs kicked into high gear, off-court each was fighting more personal and complex battles.

Please note; A limited number of guest tickets for films are available in advance online or from the box office. If the advance tickets sell out, more tickets may be available on the door on theBuy tickets day.

Non members tickets £5.50

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Warminster Community Choir

Choral Extravaganza

Saturday 30th June - 6.30pm
"Once again, Warminster Community Choir will be holding their annual Choral Extravaganza at the Warminster Athenaeum, presenting an evening of music for all tastes.  They will be joined by many local school choirs and also some more established choirs, such as the Rock CBuy ticketshoir. More details still to be confirmed."
 
Tickets: Adults £8   Concession £6

http://www.warminstercommunitychoir.co.uk/


                          
 
   Warminster & District Film Society   

THE GOOD LIE

Wednesday 11th July - 7.30pm
                 1¾ hours . . . Cert. 12A . . . . (USA -2014)

Four Sudanese children orphaned after their village is attacked in the Civil War make an arduous trek enduring hardship, death and sacrifice until they reach safety in a refugee camp in Kenya. Years later, they are selected for resettlement in America. The girl is sent to Boston, while the three boys must make a new life in Kansas City. Together, these young people must adjust to an alien culture even as the emotional baggage of their past haunts them. Stars Reece Witherspoon.

Please note; A limited number of guest tickets for films are available in advance online or from the box office. If the advance tickets sell out, more tickets may be available on the door on theBuy tickets day.

Non members tickets £5.50

Visit our WDFS page

Athenaeum Limelight Players

DAD'S ARMY

Wed 18th to Sat 21st July
Once again the Athenaeum Limelight Players are proud to bring you another 'TV to Stage' adaptation, this time the much loved 'DAD'S ARMY' by Jimmy Perry & David Croft. Bringing together all of your most loved characters and catchphrases - "Don't tell 'em Pike!" this production captures the heartbeat of this classic 1960's British comedy gold.

Come with us as Captain Mainwaring, Sgt Wilson, Cpl Jones and all your favorites try their hand at a bit of choral singing, Morris dancing, guarding the crew of a sunken German U -Boat and many other scrapes that is bound to have you rolling in the Aisles.

This Production is in memory of Marine Anthony 'TINO' Hotine. Tino was a local young Marine who lost his life tragically whilst serving for with Alpha Company, 40 Commando in Afghanistan in 2010.
There will be a raffle and collection at each performance with all proceeds being donated to the Royal Marines Charity.

This amateur production of " Dad's Army "is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH LTD.
 
Thursday  19th July - 7.30pmBuy tickets
Friday       20th July - 7.30pm
Saturday   21st July - 2.30pm  &  7.30pm


All Tickets
£10 - no concessions
*  Normal ALP's members discount applies.
 
10% Service Personnel discount on Thursday 19th performance & only available at box office.
 
   Warminster & District Film Society   

DARKEST HOUR

Wednesday 8th August - 7.30pm
2 hours 5 minutes . . . Cert. PG . . . (USA/UK -2017)

During the early days of World War II, the fate of Western Europe hangs in the balance. Newly-appointed British Prime Minister Winston Churchill (Gary Oldman), must decide whether to negotiate with Hitler, as Neville Chamberlain and Lord Halifax propose, or fight on against incredible odds.


Please note; A limited number of guest tickets for films are available in advance online or from the box office. If the advance tickets sell out, more tickets may be available on the door on theBuy tickets day.

Non members tickets £5.50

Visit our WDFS page

 
Events Still To Be Finalised
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    10am to 12 noon
  
 
          Saturday 26th May 

          Saturday 30th June
 
 
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Working dogs allowed, Induction Loop, Wheelchair Access, Accessible Toilet.

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