What's On


Below is a list of all the exciting events and activities we have coming up. From gigs and films to creative workshops for children and adults, there's something for everyone at The Hive.

Sep

23

Thu

11:00

Yoga for the Terrified


Tickets from £18

This taster course is spread over 3 weeks ; led by Sue Salmon.

A gentle introduction to Yoga practice for those who have always wanted to try Yoga but never dared!

Participants will need to bring their own mat and a cushion for support.

The course of 3 weeks starts on Thursday 23rd September, continues on 30th September and 7th October and is repeated in November on Thursdays 11th, 18th & 25th

Sep

24

Fri

10:30

Buzzy Beats


Tickets from £7

Join musical magpie Mary Keith on a busy, buzzy beat-filled musical journey. Using bodies, percussion instruments and voices we will fill the morning with joyous sound and song! No background tapes here!

For babes in arms, crawlers, walkers under 5's and their carers. We encourage the carers and parents to be fully involved - why should the little ones have all the fun?!

Sep

24

Fri

20:00

Gloria


Tickets from £6

Presented by Shrewsbury Film Society

Chile, 2013, subtitled,

105mins, cert 15

Multi-award winning and sharply humorous, this sensitive drama of a young at heart 50-something is set against the striking backdrop of Chilean society in upheaval.

Oct

1

Fri

10:30

Buzzy Beats


Tickets from £7

Join musical magpie Mary Keith on a busy, buzzy beat-filled musical journey. Using bodies, percussion instruments and voices we will fill the morning with joyous sound and song! No background tapes here!

For babes in arms, crawlers, walkers under 5's and their carers. We encourage the carers and parents to be fully involved - why should the little ones have all the fun?!

Oct

4

Mon

19:30

Sound of Metal


Tickets from £5

Shropshire Supports Refugees, Shropshire Ethnic Minority Alliance, The Hive and Arts Alive present an International Film selection of 3 diverse films exploring what it is to be human. Sponsored by LApero French Bistro. Tickets £5 per film / £10 for all three films .

Minari

A Korean family moves inthe 1980's to rural Arkansas to start a farm. Light/Heart-warming drama. Rated 12A / Mild swearing / Explores Race.

Sound of Metal (2019)

Monday 4th October 7.30pm.A heavy-metal drummer, Ruben (Riz Ahmed again), begins to lose his hearing. Drama about disability, mental health, hope. Rated 15 / Heavy swearing / Scenes of a sexual nature/ References to self harm / References to mental illness

Minding the Gap

Monday 1st November 7.30pm. The bond of a decade long friendship is tested as three young men encounter adult responsibilities and unexpected revelations after trying to escape volatile families in their hometown. Impacting documentary dealing with abuse, marginalisation, masculinities, friendship and skateboarding. Rated 15 / Heavy swearing / References to child abuse, domestic physical abuse, police violence, alcohol and drug abuse.

Oct

8

Fri

10:30

Buzzy Beats


Tickets from £7

Join musical magpie Mary Keith on a busy, buzzy beat-filled musical journey. Using bodies, percussion instruments and voices we will fill the morning with joyous sound and song! No background tapes here!

For babes in arms, crawlers, walkers under 5's and their carers. We encourage the carers and parents to be fully involved - why should the little ones have all the fun?!

Oct

8

Fri

20:00

Birds of Passage


Tickets from £6

Presented by Shrewsbury Film Society

Colombia, 2018, subtitled,

125 mins, cert 15

A thrilling depiction of the origins of the international drugs trade in Colombia, this is an explosive tale of indigenous traditions, gangsters, and fratricidal war.

Oct

9

Sat

20:00

Alex Hitchcock Quartet


Tickets from £23

Regarded as one of the UK's most virtuosic Jazz musicians, Saxophonist Alex Hitchcock returns to SJN at the Hive. Presenting a preview of his new album to be launched at Ronnie Scott's later this year. Accompanied by award winning musicians Deschanel Gordon (Piano), Will Sach (Bass) and Shane Forbes (Drums) be prepared for a refreshingly innovative evening.

Doors open at 7.30pm for an 8pm start.

Oct

10

Sun

19:45

Kris Drever


Tickets from £16

Drevers voice and guitar now form a part of the

backbone of todays contemporary roots and folk

scene. Hugely admired as a solo artist, collaborator,

and member of folk superstars Lau, he is a

phenomenal and prolific artis

Oct

16

Sat

20:00

Provoked to Madness by the Brutality of Wealth


Tickets from £10

A solo theatre show from Gobscure

what dya need books for, yr homeless?

After years of reading and studying, this show is about our revenge. This highly visual performance offers a chance to rewrite the future and is all about asking questions and regaining our voice. Alex Kelly of Third Angel Mentoring Scheme 2019 in association with Sheffield Theatres continues as collaborator. Supported by Camden Peoples Theatre Bursary, Arc Stockton Residency, served as part of a protest with Bethlem Gallery group exhibition. Supported by Museum of Homelessness Artistic Associateship. Supported by DASH in association with The Hive. Performance includes swearing and is appropriate for 16 years and above.

Oct

19

Tue

10:30

On Your Doorstep


FREE

Arts Alive and Media Active present On Your Doorstep An enchanting show for older audiences. Inspired and developed as part of a 3 year long Creative Conversations project with older people. Poetry, stories and imagery are interwoven to create a theatrical experience to entertain and delight any adult age. Why not bring your Nana to the show or your older neighbour? This performance is FREE but booking is essential.

Oct

19

Tue

14:30

On Your Doorstep


FREE

Arts Alive and Media Active present On Your Doorstep An enchanting show for older audiences. Inspired and developed as part of a 3 year long Creative Conversations project with older people. Poetry, stories and imagery are interwoven to create a theatrical experience to entertain and delight any adult age. Why not bring your Nana to the show or your older neighbour? This performance is FREE but booking is essential.

Oct

22

Fri

10:00

Buzzy Beats


Tickets from £7

Join musical magpie Mary Keith on a busy, buzzy beat-filled musical journey. Using bodies, percussion instruments and voices we will fill the morning with joyous sound and song! No background tapes here!

For babes in arms, crawlers, walkers under 5's and their carers. We encourage the carers and parents to be fully involved - why should the little ones have all the fun?!

Oct

22

Fri

20:00

A Season In France


Tickets from £6

Presented by Shrewsbury Film Society

France, 2017, subtitled, 100mins, cert 12

A college professor flees his native Chad and seeks asylum in France. This compassionate and observant film shows the human stories behind the statistics.

Oct

24

Sun

19:45

Heidi Talbot and Boo Hewerdine


Tickets from £16.5

Heidi has been nominated for folk singer of the

year at the BBC Radio 2 folk awards and Irish Music

Awards. Joining her this autumn tour will be long-time

collaborator, Ivor Novello award nominated singer-

songwriter Boo Hewerdine. Boo has performed with

artists such as KD Lang, Kris Drever, and Eddi Reader

Nov

1

Mon

19:30

Minding the Gap


Tickets from £5

Shropshire Supports Refugees, Shropshire Ethnic Minority Alliance, The Hive and Arts Alive present an International Film selection of 3 diverse films exploring what it is to be human. Sponsored by LApero French Bistro. Tickets £5 per film / £10 for all three films .

Minari

A Korean family moves inthe 1980's to rural Arkansas to start a farm. Light/Heart-warming drama. Rated 12A / Mild swearing / Explores Race.

Sound of Metal (2019)

Monday 4th October 7.30pm.A heavy-metal drummer, Ruben (Riz Ahmed again), begins to lose his hearing. Drama about disability, mental health, hope. Rated 15 / Heavy swearing / Scenes of a sexual nature / References to self harm / References to mental illness

Minding the Gap

Monday 1st November 7.30pm. The bond of a decade long friendship is tested as three young men encounter adult responsibilities and unexpected revelations after trying to escape volatile families in their hometown. Impacting documentary dealing with abuse, marginalisation, masculinities, friendship and skateboarding. Rated 15 / Heavy swearing / References to child abuse, domestic physical abuse, police violence, alcohol and drug abuse .

Nov

5

Fri

10:30

Buzzy Beats


Tickets from £7

Join musical magpie Mary Keith on a busy, buzzy beat-filled musical journey. Using bodies, percussion instruments and voices we will fill the morning with joyous sound and song! No background tapes here!

For babes in arms, crawlers, walkers under 5's and their carers. We encourage the carers and parents to be fully involved - why should the little ones have all the fun?!

Nov

5

Fri

20:00

Ash Is Purest White


Tickets from £6

Presented by Shrewsbury Film Society

China, 2018, subtitled, 135mins, cert 15

An epic, bittersweet tale from China's most prominent film director showcasing his ability to capture the spirit and complexity of a nation in rapid social and economic transition.

Nov

11

Thu

11:00

Yoga for the Terrified


Tickets from £18

This taster course is spread over 3 weeks ; led by Sue Salmon.

A gentle introduction to Yoga practice for those who have always wanted to try Yoga but never dared!

Participants will need to bring their own mat and a cushion for support.

The course of 3 weeks starts on Thursday 23rd September, continues on 30th September and 7th October and is repeated in November on Thursdays 11th, 18th & 25th

Nov

12

Fri

10:30

Buzzy Beats


Tickets from £7

Join musical magpie Mary Keith on a busy, buzzy beat-filled musical journey. Using bodies, percussion instruments and voices we will fill the morning with joyous sound and song! No background tapes here!

For babes in arms, crawlers, walkers under 5's and their carers. We encourage the carers and parents to be fully involved - why should the little ones have all the fun?!

Nov

13

Sat

20:00

Byron Wallen - Four Corners


Tickets from £23

Widely recognised as a seminal figure in world jazz, trumpeter and composer Byron Wallen brings his Four Corners band to SJN at the Hive. Comprising of Rob Luft (Guitar), Paul Michael (Bass) and Rod Youngs (Drums) they will perform music from the latest album, Portrait: Reflections on Belonging. Listen to influences from early Renaissance music, Central and East African rhythm and polyphony and the music of Miles Davis, Wayne Shorter and Thelonious Monk.

Doors open at 7.30pm for an 8pm start.

Nov

19

Fri

10:30

Buzzy Beats


Tickets from £7

Join musical magpie Mary Keith on a busy, buzzy beat-filled musical journey. Using bodies, percussion instruments and voices we will fill the morning with joyous sound and song! No background tapes here!

For babes in arms, crawlers, walkers under 5's and their carers. We encourage the carers and parents to be fully involved - why should the little ones have all the fun?!

Nov

19

Fri

20:00

Bait


Tickets from £6

Presented by Shrewsbury Film Society

UK, 2019, 89 mins, cert 15

Stunningly shot in 16mm black and white on a handheld camera, this is a remarkable, up to the minute story of tensions between locals and incomers in Cornwall with a stunning final outcome.

Nov

20

Sat

19:45

The Trials of Cato


Tickets from £15

The remarkable rise of award-winning trio The Trials of

Cato on the UK folk-scene has been the subject of

massive critical attention. Dubbed The Sex Pistols of

folk, (J Davis) they pay clear homage to the tradition

whilst twisting old bones into something febrile and

modern, with stomping tunes and captivating stories

Nov

26

Fri

10:30

Buzzy Beats


Tickets from £7

Join musical magpie Mary Keith on a busy, buzzy beat-filled musical journey. Using bodies, percussion instruments and voices we will fill the morning with joyous sound and song! No background tapes here!

For babes in arms, crawlers, walkers under 5's and their carers. We encourage the carers and parents to be fully involved - why should the little ones have all the fun?!

Dec

3

Fri

10:30

Buzzy Beats


Tickets from £7

Join musical magpie Mary Keith on a busy, buzzy beat-filled musical journey. Using bodies, percussion instruments and voices we will fill the morning with joyous sound and song! No background tapes here!

For babes in arms, crawlers, walkers under 5's and their carers. We encourage the carers and parents to be fully involved - why should the little ones have all the fun?!

Dec

3

Fri

20:00

Transit


Tickets from £6

Presented by Shrewsbury Film Society

Germany, 2019, subtitled 102 mins, cert 12

This 1940s tale of refugees, riot police and stolen identities is cleverly set in present day Marseilles. As the protagonist steals an identity to make his escape to Mexico, deeply disturbing results follow.

Dec

4

Sat

10:30

Home Alone


Tickets from £6

1990, 1hr 43mins, cert PG

An eight-year-old troublemaker must protect his house from a pair of burglars when he is accidentally left home alone by his family during Christmas vacation. Directed by Chris Columbus and starring a young Macaulay Culkin in his breakout role, this has become essential family viewing at Christmas time.

Dec

6

Mon

18:30

Minari


Tickets from £5

Shropshire Supports Refugees, Shropshire Ethnic Minority Alliance, The Hive and Arts Alive present an International Film selection of 3 diverse films exploring what it is to be human. Sponsored by LApero French Bistro. Tickets £5 per film / £10 for all three films .

Minari

A Korean family moves inthe 1980's to rural Arkansas to start a farm. Light/Heart-warming drama. Rated 12A / Mild swearing / Explores Race.

Sound of Metal (2019)

Monday 4th October 7.30pm.A heavy-metal drummer, Ruben (Riz Ahmed again), begins to lose his hearing. Drama about disability, mental health, hope. Rated 15 / Heavy swearing / Scenes of a sexual nature / References to self harm / References to mental illness

Minding the Gap

Monday 1st November 7.30pm. The bond of a decade long friendship is tested as three young men encounter adult responsibilities and unexpected revelations after trying to escape volatile families in their hometown. Impacting documentary dealing with abuse, marginalisation, masculinities, friendship and skateboarding. Rated 15 / Heavy swearing / References to child abuse, domestic physical abuse, police violence, alcohol and drug abuse

Dec

10

Fri

10:30

Buzzy Beats


Tickets from £7

Join musical magpie Mary Keith on a busy, buzzy beat-filled musical journey. Using bodies, percussion instruments and voices we will fill the morning with joyous sound and song! No background tapes here!

For babes in arms, crawlers, walkers under 5's and their carers. We encourage the carers and parents to be fully involved - why should the little ones have all the fun?!

Dec

11

Sat

10:30

The Polar Express


Tickets from £6

2004, 1hr 40mins, cert U

On Christmas Eve, a young boy embarks on a magical adventure to the North Pole on the Polar Express, while learning about friendship, bravery, and the spirit of Christmas. The enigmatic voice of Tom Hanks drives the story in every meaning of the word, depicting a range of characters on the way. Dont forget your hot chocolate for this one!

Dec

11

Sat

20:00

Nigel Price Organ Trio +1


Tickets from £23

The eloquent guitarist Nigel Price returns to SJN at the Hive with a superb band including Ross Stanley (B3 Hammond organ), Joel Barford (Drums) and long-time collaborator Vasilis Xenopoulos (Tenor sax). Hot on the heels of the recent launch at Ronnie Scott's of the new album 'Wes Re-Imagined' we can expect an evening of exciting interplay and virtuosic blues-drenched soloing.

Doors open at 7.30pm for an 8pm start.

Dec

17

Fri

10:30

Buzzy Beats


Tickets from £7

Join musical magpie Mary Keith on a busy, buzzy beat-filled musical journey. Using bodies, percussion instruments and voices we will fill the morning with joyous sound and song! No background tapes here!

For babes in arms, crawlers, walkers under 5's and their carers. We encourage the carers and parents to be fully involved - why should the little ones have all the fun?!

Dec

17

Fri

20:00

Some Like It Hot


Tickets from £6

Presented by Shrewsbury Film Society

USA, 1959, 117 mins, cert PG

One of the funniest films of all time, this classic starring Tony Curtis, Jack Lemmon and Marilyn Monroe is a stunningly slick and quick-fire farce that fizzes with energy from start to finish. Seeing it on the big screen makes all the more impact!

Dec

18

Sat

10:30

Frozen (Sing Along)


Tickets from £6

2004, 1hr 42mins, cert PG

When the newly crowned Queen Elsa accidentally uses her power to turn things into ice to curse her home in infinite winter, her sister Anna teams up with a mountain man, his playful reindeer, and a snowman to change the weather condition. Featuring the voices of Idina Menzel and Kristen Bell these songs will lift the spirit and lighten the heart. Singing is encouraged by audience members!

Dec

18

Sat

19:45

The Furrow Collective


Tickets from £15

The Furrow Collective is an English/Scottish band

consisting of Lucy Farrell (viola, voice & saw), Rachel

Newton (harp, fiddle, voice), Emily Portman (banjo,

concertina, voice) and Alasdair Roberts (guitars,

voice). Drawn together by a shared love of traditional

song and balladry.

Dec

19

Sun

10:30

The Muppet's Christmas Carol


Tickets from £6

1992, 1hr 29mins, cert U (suitable for audiences aged 4 years +)

The Muppet characters present their fantastical version of the classic tale of an old and bitter misers redemption on Christmas Eve. This musical retelling has become a firm festive favourite and continues to delight and amaze audiences of all ages. Directed by Brian Henson and starring Michael Caine as Scrooge and the legendary Kermit the Frog as Bob Cratchit.

Dec

21

Tue

11:00

Half Moon Presents: Glisten


Tickets from £12

The perfect alternative family Christmas experience. What does it look like? How does it move? Listen, what can you hear? Welcome to a world of shiny things. Welcome to Glisten!

Glisten is an interactive performance for babies aged 0-18 months and children under 5 years and their grown-ups. A sparkling immersive journey exploring the world of reflective materials accompanied by an ambient soundscape and laid-back music. The theatre will fill with colour, sounds and surprises, creating a sensory landscape ready to explore after the performance is over.

Glisten is beautifully co-created by theatre-maker Daniel Naddafy and visual artist Phoebe Stubbs.

The show is 20 minutes long followed by a free play session.

Dec

21

Tue

13:00

Half Moon Presents: Glisten


Tickets from £12

The perfect alternative family Christmas experience. What does it look like? How does it move? Listen, what can you hear? Welcome to a world of shiny things. Welcome to Glisten!

Glisten is an interactive performance for babies aged 0-18 months and children under 5 years and their grown-ups. A sparkling immersive journey exploring the world of reflective materials accompanied by an ambient soundscape and laid-back music. The theatre will fill with colour, sounds and surprises, creating a sensory landscape ready to explore after the performance is over.

Glisten is beautifully co-created by theatre-maker Daniel Naddafy and visual artist Phoebe Stubbs.

The show is 20 minutes long followed by a free play session.

Dec

21

Tue

15:00

Half Moon Presents: Glisten


Tickets from £12

The perfect alternative family Christmas experience. What does it look like? How does it move? Listen, what can you hear? Welcome to a world of shiny things. Welcome to Glisten!

Glisten is an interactive performance for babies aged 0-18 months and children under 5 years and their grown-ups. A sparkling immersive journey exploring the world of reflective materials accompanied by an ambient soundscape and laid-back music. The theatre will fill with colour, sounds and surprises, creating a sensory landscape ready to explore after the performance is over.

Glisten is beautifully co-created by theatre-maker Daniel Naddafy and visual artist Phoebe Stubbs.

The show is 20 minutes long followed by a free play session.

Dec

22

Wed

11:00

Half Moon Presents: Glisten


Tickets from £12

The perfect alternative family Christmas experience. What does it look like? How does it move? Listen, what can you hear? Welcome to a world of shiny things. Welcome to Glisten!

Glisten is an interactive performance for babies aged 0-18 months and children under 5 years and their grown-ups. A sparkling immersive journey exploring the world of reflective materials accompanied by an ambient soundscape and laid-back music. The theatre will fill with colour, sounds and surprises, creating a sensory landscape ready to explore after the performance is over.

Glisten is beautifully co-created by theatre-maker Daniel Naddafy and visual artist Phoebe Stubbs.

The show is 20 minutes long followed by a free play session.

Dec

22

Wed

13:00

Half Moon Presents: Glisten


Tickets from £12

The perfect alternative family Christmas experience. What does it look like? How does it move? Listen, what can you hear? Welcome to a world of shiny things. Welcome to Glisten!

Glisten is an interactive performance for babies aged 0-18 months and children under 5 years and their grown-ups. A sparkling immersive journey exploring the world of reflective materials accompanied by an ambient soundscape and laid-back music. The theatre will fill with colour, sounds and surprises, creating a sensory landscape ready to explore after the performance is over.

Glisten is beautifully co-created by theatre-maker Daniel Naddafy and visual artist Phoebe Stubbs.

The show is 20 minutes long followed by a free play session.

Dec

22

Wed

15:00

Half Moon Presents: Glisten


Tickets from £12

The perfect alternative family Christmas experience. What does it look like? How does it move? Listen, what can you hear? Welcome to a world of shiny things. Welcome to Glisten!

Glisten is an interactive performance for babies aged 0-18 months and children under 5 years and their grown-ups. A sparkling immersive journey exploring the world of reflective materials accompanied by an ambient soundscape and laid-back music. The theatre will fill with colour, sounds and surprises, creating a sensory landscape ready to explore after the performance is over.

Glisten is beautifully co-created by theatre-maker Daniel Naddafy and visual artist Phoebe Stubbs.

The show is 20 minutes long followed by a free play session.

Dec

23

Thu

11:00

Half Moon Presents: Glisten (SEND Performances)


Tickets from £12

The perfect alternative family Christmas experience. What does it look like? How does it move? Listen, what can you hear? Welcome to a world of shiny things. Welcome to Glisten!

Glisten is an interactive performance for babies aged 0-18 months and children under 5 years and their grown-ups. A sparkling immersive journey exploring the world of reflective materials accompanied by an ambient soundscape and laid-back music. The theatre will fill with colour, sounds and surprises, creating a sensory landscape ready to explore after the performance is over.

Glisten is beautifully co-created by theatre-maker Daniel Naddafy and visual artist Phoebe Stubbs. The show is 20 minutes long followed by a free play session.

These performances are for families of children with additional needs as part of Shropshire Councils All In programme.

Dec

23

Thu

13:00

Half Moon Presents: Glisten (SEND Performances)


Tickets from £12

The perfect alternative family Christmas experience. What does it look like? How does it move? Listen, what can you hear? Welcome to a world of shiny things. Welcome to Glisten!

Glisten is an interactive performance for babies aged 0-18 months and children under 5 years and their grown-ups. A sparkling immersive journey exploring the world of reflective materials accompanied by an ambient soundscape and laid-back music. The theatre will fill with colour, sounds and surprises, creating a sensory landscape ready to explore after the performance is over.

Glisten is beautifully co-created by theatre-maker Daniel Naddafy and visual artist Phoebe Stubbs. The show is 20 minutes long followed by a free play session.

These performances are for families of children with additional needs as part of Shropshire Councils All In programme.

Dec

23

Thu

15:00

Half Moon Presents: Glisten (SEND Performances)


Tickets from £12

The perfect alternative family Christmas experience. What does it look like? How does it move? Listen, what can you hear? Welcome to a world of shiny things. Welcome to Glisten!

Glisten is an interactive performance for babies aged 0-18 months and children under 5 years and their grown-ups. A sparkling immersive journey exploring the world of reflective materials accompanied by an ambient soundscape and laid-back music. The theatre will fill with colour, sounds and surprises, creating a sensory landscape ready to explore after the performance is over.

Glisten is beautifully co-created by theatre-maker Daniel Naddafy and visual artist Phoebe Stubbs. The show is 20 minutes long followed by a free play session.

These performances are for families of children with additional needs as part of Shropshire Councils All In programme.

Jan

7

Fri

20:00

The Chambermaid


Tickets from £6

Presented by Shrewsbury Film Society

Mexico, 2018, 102 mins, cert 15

This is a modest, poignant story of life behind the scenes in a large Mexico City hotel. Class tensions, cultural misunderstandings, and the struggles for power amongst the back-stage staff create a powerful, moving atmosphere.

Jan

21

Fri

20:00

Honeyland


Tickets from £6

Presented by Shrewsbury Film Society

Macedonia, 2019, subtitled, 90 mins, cert 12

An absorbing and moving documentary that was filmed over three years, this film shows the life of Hatidže Muratova, one of the last independent keepers of wild bees in Europe.

Jan

23

Sun

19:45

Dan Walsh & Rachel Baiman


Tickets from £15

Dan Walsh & Rachel Baiman

BBC Folk Awards Best Musician nominee Dan Walsh combines British, Irish and American folk music delivered with a healthy dose of funky grooves all performed with his unique and dazzling take on clawhammer style banjo. Joining him is singer-songwriter and fiddle player Rachel Baiman. Performing poignant songs coupled with lively humour for a truly memorable live show.

Feb

4

Fri

20:00

In Bloom


Tickets from £6

Presented by Shrewsbury Film Society

Georgia, 2013, subtitled, 97 mins, cert 15

A civil war in the former Soviet republic of Georgia provides the background to this remarkable teenage coming of age story in a turbulent, unpredictable and largely unforgiving society.

Feb

18

Fri

20:00

Three Faces


Tickets from £6

Presented by Shrewsbury Film Society

Iran, 2018, subtitled, 96 mins, cert 15

An Iranian road trip movie that takes us deep into the countryside through the eyes of three generations of film makers, each with a different view on their country and its future.

Mar

4

Fri

20:00

Who You Think I Am


Tickets from £6

Presented by Shrewsbury Film Society

France, 2019, subtitled, 98 mins, cert 15

Divorcee Claire creates a fake profile on social media and engages in a journey of self-discovery under her alias. But as the real and virtual start to mesh together, considerable complexities arise...

Mar

18

Fri

18:30

Everybody Knows


Tickets from £6

Presented by Shrewsbury Film Society

Spain, 2018, subtitled, 128 mins, cert 15

Directed by Ashgar Farhadi, this is an intricately plotted drama starring Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem: a psychological thriller that uncovers family secrets the way only Fahardi can!

Apr

1

Fri

18:30

The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp


Tickets from £6

Presented by Shrewsbury Film Society

UK, 1943, 156 mins, cert U

One of the greatest British films of all time, this is an epic tale of friendship, honour, romance and ageing. Shot in glorious Technicolour and beautifully restored, it still looks wonderful.

Apr

22

Fri

20:00

The Perfect Candidate


Tickets from £6

Presented by Shrewsbury Film Society

Saudi Arabia, 2019, subtitled, 105 mins, cert PG

From the director of "Wadjda" comes another tremendous drama from Saudi Arabia, this time telling the forceful tale of a local doctor running for office in the local city elections.

May

6

Fri

20:00

Under The Tree


Tickets from £6

Presented by the Shrewsbury Film Society

Iceland 2017, subtitled, 88 mins, cert 15

A dispute between neighbours escalates in extraordinary ways in this Icelandic black-comedy, leading to a bizarre encounter with a nail gun, and much else besides. A fun finale to our season!