Young, idealistic FBI agent Nate Foster (Daniel Radcliffe) is persuaded by his superior, Angela Zamparo (Toni Collette), to go undercover and join a radical right-wing white supremacist group.
After Nate infiltrates the group, the FBI discovers the white supremacists are planning a huge terrorist plot that will endanger the lives of thousands.
Meanwhile, Nate is disturbed by what he hears and witnesses within the group of fanatics and becomes fearful for his life as the members grow suspicious of him.
Drama, Crime, Thriller
Tickets: £6.50 - Matinee Club Members £5 for the 2:30pm showing
Kenneth MacMillan's full-length ballet is a compelling exploration of identity in the turbulent wake of the Russian Revolution.
Events overtake the young Grand Duchess Anastasia Romanov and her family: World War I is declared, and then the Russian Revolution brings their privileged lives to an end.
A woman who believes herself to be Anastasia, sole survivor from the massacre of the Romanovs, is incarcerated in an asylum. Memory and fantasy intermingle; she recalls her rescue, the death of her husband, the disappearance of her child and her attempted suicide. But, despite her nightmares, her faith in her own identity cannot be shaken.
Performed to music by Tchaikovsky and Martinu. Conducted by Simon Hewett - Orchestra of the Royal Opera House.
Running time: to be confirmed
This is an ROH Live satellite broadcast live on the screen
Tickets: £15 adults and £12.50 concessions
Breaking up with Mark Darcy (Colin Firth) leaves Bridget Jones (Renée Zellweger) over 40 and single again.Feeling that she has everything under control, Jones decides to focus on her career as a top news producer. Suddenly, her love life comes back from the dead when she meets a dashing and handsome American named Jack (Patrick Dempsey). Things couldn't be better, until Bridget discovers that she is pregnant. Now, the befuddled mom-to-be must figure out if the proud papa is Mark or Jack.
The Fisher-Knight's Tale
The quest to save the River Kingdom...
Meet Laura, the Fisher-Knight! She is brave, she is bold, and she is armed with a fishing rod! Laura is on a perilous quest to save the River Kingdom from floods, and there are plenty of characters to help her along the way.,
There's Kingfisher the noble River King, Wise Old Heron the quiet sage, and Trickster Otter, who is always getting up to mischief! But where have all the fish gone!? And who's been cutting down all the trees?
The Fisher-Knight's Tale is a new puppet show for children aged 5 and up. A 'pop- up book' world designed for intimate settings, this show has been newly created by fledgling puppetry company Wild Toy Theatre (Totnes).
This is a free scratch performance for families and children aged 5-11.
Please note this is a work-in progress performance. There will be an opportunity for the audience to meet the puppets and provide feedback after the show.
What is a scratch performance?
The process of 'scratching' work is now a well-established norm, with many theatres and arts venues holding 'scratch, allowing new work to be seen and developed. The crucial element of scratch performance is audience feedback; gauging audience response and receiving constructive criticism is invaluable to the artist or company and an essential part of developing a piece of theatre.
Tickets - FREE - you must obtain a free ticket to attend the performance.
Pavilions Teignmouth proudly presents
For her first show here
Viv Wilson MBE
ALL OUR YESTERDAYS IN TEIGNMOUTH
An afternoon of Pure Nostalgia
Film clips and photographs lovingly collected and presented in Viv’s inimitable style - embracing local people, community celebrations and exploring changes to Teignmouth over the last 100 years
An amateur production by arrangement with Samuel French
A one-off chance to see Two's Company production of John Godber's play "Teechers" before it heads off to Dubai and Abu Dhabi.
Two's Company casts top actors from local theatre societies in Teignmouth, Torquay and Newton Abbot, providing exciting challenges and the opportunity to tour the Middle East.
"Teechers" is a fast-paced, hilarious, yet poignant look at the state school system here in the UK.
Supporting the Alice Cross Centre and Rowcroft Hospice.Tickets are £10 each
Teignmouth's comedy club - second Friday of each month
Friday 14th October 8pm
Friday 11th November 8pm
Friday 9th December 8pm
All comedians appear subject to commitments
Simon Weston: My Life, My Story is a truly inspirational show about one man's journey from the front line of war, being on the sdge of death to today being a happy and contented father, Grandfather and National Treasure.
It was the conflict of a generation and one that many people will never forget. On the 2nd of April 1982 Argentina invaded the Falkland Islands.
The Islands, which had been in the control of Great Britain for nearly 150 years, became a battle ground. What was to follow saw 655 Argentinian Soldiers and 255 British Servicemen slain.
Amongst those sent to the conflict was Simon Weston CBE.
In one of the most horrific moments of the conflict the RFA Sir Galahad was bombed by two Argentinian planes. Aboard at the time was Simon. This was an event that was to change his life forever.
Eventually and against all odds, Simon escaped the burning and buckled ship, but only after suffering 46% burns to his body. Today he has become one of the most recognised faces of the conflict and, after his 2015 success, he is now returning to the stage to tell his story in his words.
Guiding him, through that fateful day to current times is David Fitzgerald, former news anchor and BBC Broadcaster and friend.
The show features the highs and lows and questions only David can ask, with answers only Simon can give. Combined with rare footage and an insight in to his life today, Simon shares the shocking truth of the conflict, that day and the years that followed.
Commuter Rachel Watson (Emily Blunt) catches daily glimpses of a seemingly perfect couple, Scott and Megan, from the window of her train.
One day, Watson witnesses something shocking unfold in the backyard of the strangers' home.
Rachel tells the authorities what she thinks she saw after learning that Megan is now missing and feared dead.
Unable to trust her own memory, the troubled woman begins her own investigation, while police suspect that Rachel may have crossed a dangerous line.
Certificate - 15
Running time - 1 hour 52 minutes
FOURTHWALL THEATRE 2015 TOUR ... John Buchan's THE 39 STEPS ...
Fourthwall are thrilled to announce they will be celebrating 10 years on the road with this challenging production of the brilliant The 39 Steps!
This version of The 39 Steps is based on John Buchan's ground-breaking 1915 novel, Alfred Hitchcock's iconic 1935 movie and Nobby Dimon & Simon Corble's ludicrous idea of doing the whole thing with just a handful of actors!
In this challenging production our hero, Richard Hannay, is played by one man, the three main female characters are played by one woman and the 35 remaining parts are attempted by two other men!
Patrick Barlow's Olivier Award winning stage adaptation, now in its 10th year in the West End, includes all the excitement, romance and humour of Hitchcock's masterpiece: the chase on the Flying Scotsman, the escape on the Forth Bridge, the first theatrical plane crash ever staged and the (nearly) death-defying finale at the London Palladium!
Based in the West Country, Fourthwall have become well known for their exciting tours, taking thought provoking, contemporary theatre into local communities. They have captivated delighted audiences for almost a decade...
"A wonderfully entertaining performance which kept the audience riveted as the plot thickened and the shocks made us collectively gasp..."
"Swinging from laugh out loud moments to intense drama, the actors handle the script brilliantly." The Sociable Plover 2012/13
"..the cast's snappy routines, delivered with expert timing, leave us breathless.." "... kept the audience on it's toes with speed and wit .." Travels with my Aunt 2011
"A memorable evening of stimulating theatre. From start to finish the tension never flagged." "... they treated us to a master class in acting." Strangers on a Train 2008
"What a cracking production ... A strong cast have once again met their objective to present challenging work within the community." Breaking the Code 2006
Tickets are £12 or £10 concessions
Daniel Blake, 59, who has worked as a joiner most of his life in the North East of England, needs help from the State for the first time ever following an illness.
He crosses paths with a single mother, Katie, and her two young children, Daisy and Dylan. Katie’s only chance to escape a one roomed homeless hostel in London is to accept a flat some 300 miles away.
Daniel and Katie find themselves in no-man’s land caught on the barbed wire of welfare bureaucracy now played out against the rhetoric of ‘striver and skiver’ in modern day Britain.
Directed by Ken Loach and winner of the Cannes 2016 top prize, the Palme d'Or.
Running time - 1 hour 40 minutes
Tom Cruise races against time to expose an elaborate conspiracy in this thrill-packed action sequel.
Formidable ex-military badass Jack Reacher (Tom Cruise) returns to Virginia to meet up with Major Susan Turner (Cobie Smulders), the head of his former unit. There's considerable mutual admiration between these two uncompromising individuals, and perhaps a little more. When Reacher arrives, he finds that Major Turner has been arrested on an espionage charge. He quickly realises that she's been set-up as part of a dark, far-reaching conspiracy that also results in him being charged with a crime that was committed nearly two decades ago. But the resourceful, unstoppable Reacher refuses to play by the rules and sets off on a high-octane cross-country chase to uncover the truth.
This spectacular sequel to 'Jack Reacher' sees the great Tom Cruise develop one of his most mesmerisingly hard-bitten characters as it hurtles towards a nail-biting climax.
Running time: 130 minutes
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama Cost: £6.50, £5 for Matinee Club Members
The Cave Music Project presents a showcase of some of the finest local bands in the area.
After the success of the last showcase at the Pavilions in April 2016 and such positive feedback from those who attended.
The Cave music project are returning to again show what a rich and vibrant music scene we have in and around Teignmouth.
The night will contain four acts performing original music and compositions.
Expect an evening that will mix together different genres to make for a highly entertaining night out in Teignmouth's premier music venue.
Duration of gig is 3 hours
Tickets are £5 adults and £3 Under 18's.
Charlie Hubble is a little boy with a very big dream, he wants to be a world-class magician. So, he saves up his pocket money to buy The Big Book of Magic for Trainee Magicians.
Then he sets off to Mr Zacoor's Toy Shop to buy his spellbook. But Mr Zacoor is no ordinary shopkeeper - he's a real life Sorcerer!
And he has a very special job for Charlie...
This delightful new show comes to life with an irresitable blend of music, puppetry and storytelling.
There's also an enchanting toy shop setting filled with all sorts of magical surprises!
Little people aged 3-7 will love this funny, heart-warming tale but big people will have lots of fun, too
All tickets £7.50
LEE NELSON - WORK IN PROGRESS FOR 2017 TOUR
A unique opportunity to come and see me perform some brand new material in an intimate venue for not much money, before it’s any good.www.leenelson.com
Famous symbologist Robert Langdon (Tom Hanks) follows a trail of clues tied to Dante, the great medieval poet.
When Langdon wakes up in an Italian hospital with amnesia, he teams up with Sienna Brooks (Felicity Jones), a doctor he hopes will help him recover his memories.
Together, they race across Europe and against the clock to stop a madman (Ben Foster) from unleashing a virus that could wipe out half of the world's population.
Thriller, Adventure, Mystery
Running time 2 hours and 1 minute
Join the Torbay Police Choir as they get festive with all our favourite Carols and songs.
The Torbay Police Choir was formed in 1972. In its modern form, membership consists of a proportion of retired police officers and civilian staff, but also has a roughly equal number of members from all walks of life.
The evenings programme will include carols sung in four parts harmony and a sing along section to get everyone in the Christmas mood.
A young girl's enchanted present leads her on a wonderful adventure in this beautiful classical ballet, danced to Tchaikovsky's magnificent score.
The young Clara creeps downstairs on Christmas Eve to play with her favourite present - a Nutcracker. But the mysterious magician Drosselmeyer is waiting to sweep her off on a magical adventure.
After defeating the Mouse King, the Nutcracker and Clara travel through the Land of Snow to the Kingdom of Sweets, where the Sugar Plum Fairy treats them to an amazing display of dances.
Back home, Clara thinks she must have been dreaming - but doesn't she recognize Drosselmeyer's nephew?
Conducted by Boris Gruzin - Orchestra of the Royal Opera House.
Running time: 2 hours and 10 minutes including interval
This is an ROH Encore satellite recorded broadcast on the screen
Tickets: £15 adults and £12.50 concessions
Have you been using your camera in auto?
Struggling with various settings with mixed results?
This 5 session course will help you to get to grips with your camera, composition and photographic techniques.
With classroom based theory and practical shooting time, you will learn to photograph in manual settings.
Camera needed - SLR, or camera with manual settings.
Experience - Complete beginner, anyone who wants to get out of auto!
Your tutor - Will Reddaway is a professional photographer with over 7 years experience, specialising in wedding, water, and commercial photography. He is also a qualified post-16 teacher.
Maximum of 12 participants.
Course runs on Thursdays for 5 weeks from 26th January 2017 through to 23rd February 2017 - 7.30pm to 9pm
£75.00 for the whole course of 5 sessions
Exeter Symphony Orchestra perform The Battle of the Somme live with film at Teignmouth Pavilions. The film is 74 minutes long and Dr Toby Haggith, Imperial War Museum curator and Laura Rossi, Composer provide an introduction about the film and the music.
Somme100 FILM are working with IWM as part of the First World War Centenary Partnership, to show this film to audiences across the world alongside performances of Laura Rossi’s acclaimed score. Somme100 FILM is supported by the Arts Council England, and project partners Faber Music.
Laura Rossi’s new score was commissioned to mark the 90th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme as a soundtrack for the digitally restored film. When embarking on her research into the film and the Battle Laura discovered that her great uncle Fred Ainge (whom she knew as he survived the war) had been a stretcher-bearer attached to the 29th Division on 1 July 1916. In preparation she visited the Somme Battlefields, using Fred’s diaries to locate the areas in which he served. For the 90th anniversary of the Battle, the re- mastered film was screened to a full house at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, accompanied by Laura’s orchestral score, performed by the Philharmonia Orchestra. It received a glowing 5 star review in The Times.
And these troops in the mud grinned or stared at us to a new music score by Laura Rossi, brilliantly effective. Geoff Brown, The Times. *****
Total running time of the performance is 1 hour 30 minutes
Ticket prices are £12 Adults and £10 Concessions