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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, cscape dance company,
Scary Little Girls,
Rabbit Theatre,
Fathom Theatre, Sleeping Trees Theatre, Protein Dance,
Publick Transport, Gwary Teg, The Foundry Group, Muntjac Theatre, Cube Theatre, Prodigal 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 £6 per annum (calendar year basis). 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 and it covers admission on that first visit. 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

 

Wednesday 6 February 7.30 p.m. (Doors open 7 p.m.)

Grampound Film Club: Eddie the EagleEddieEagletrailer

Eddie the Eagle is a 2016 biographical sports comedy-drama film directed by Dexter Fletcher. The film stars Taron Egerton as Michael Edwards, a British skier who in 1988 became the first competitor to represent Great Britain in Olympic ski jumping since 1928. Hugh Jackman, Christopher Walken, Iris Berben and Jim Broadbent co-star. The film had its world premiere at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival on 26 January 2016.[4]

The film was released by 20th Century Fox in Canada and the U.S on 27 February 2016 and by Lionsgate in the UK on 28 March 2016.

In 2017 it was nominated for the Empire Award for Best British Film.

Please note: annual subscriptions for C-Fylm are now collected on a calendar year basis and will be payable when you watch your first film in the year. The annual subscription is £6 which includes watching this film. Thereafter, you will pay £3 per film.

 

Saturday 9 February 7.30 p.m. DariaKulesh

Daria Kulesh – Long Lost Home

With her striking voice and strong Russian and Ingush heritage Daria Kulesh is a rising star on the UK music scene. Her intrepid quest to explore her family roots is the story behind her latest album and tour. Her album has enjoyed rave reviews and received multiple awards. Mixing history and folklore in captivating songs performed on a range of instruments this will be an engaging, enchanting and uplifting evening. Not suitable for younger children.

 

 

Wednesday 6 March 7.30 p.m. (Doors open 7 p.m.) ShapeofWatertrailer

Grampound Film Club: The Shape of Water

The Shape of Water is a 2017 American romantic dark fantasy drama film directed by Guillermo del Toro and written by del Toro and Vanessa Taylor. It stars Sally Hawkins, Michael Shannon, Richard Jenkins, Doug Jones, Michael Stuhlbarg, and Octavia Spencer. Set in Baltimore, Maryland, in 1962, the story follows a mute custodian at a high-security government laboratory who falls in love with a captured humanoid amphibian creature.

The Shape of Water received critical acclaim for its acting, screenplay, direction, visuals, production design, and musical score, with many critics calling the film del Toro's best work since Pan's Labyrinth;[8] the American Film Institute selected it as one of the top 10 films of the year.

 

 

Saturday 9 March 7.30 p.m. Windinwillows

Cornwall youth theatre – The wind in the willows

Our fourteen year partnership with CYT continues and this time they come with a classic tale. Come and support the next generation of actors that have gone on to establish themselves in local and national companies.

 

 

 

 

Saturday 23 March 7.30 p.m. TwistedTales

Owdyado Theatre: Twisted Tales

For their fifth outing Owdyado present three stories in one evening. Inspired by cult series The Twilight Zone and written by Daniel Richards and Charlotte Bister (A view from the edge; Above bored) as well as distinguished Cornish writers Brett Harvey (Brown Willy, Weekend Retreat) and Jon Welch (Spillikin)

Tickets £10 adult £8 concession £25 family (2 & 2) from 01726 883874 or Grampound Store one month before the show.

 

 

Saturday 30 March 7.30 p.m. Pipelinetheatredrip

Pipeline theatre – Drip drip drip

Next great production from the company that brought us Spillikin:

In an overstretched NHS hospital, a trainee nurse from Eritrea and a Muslim doctor treat David - cancer patient, discredited academic, and racist.
Drip.

As life ebbs, reality splinters, jumping between the Nazi euthanasia programme, a burns clinic in Africa, and a National Front march in 1977.
Drip Drip.

But the most pressing reality of all is that Professor David Jeffs has a lecture to finish, and time is running out.
Drip Drip Drip.

Pipeline Theatre, known for indelible characters and breathtaking production values, takes you on a break-neck, darkly comic and taboo-busting journey through an NHS phantasmagoria.