Festival of British Cinema
Movies this weekend...
The only Festival devoted to British Cinema in the UK, with previews of the latest films; rare masterpieces; visiting film directors, producers, leading critics, and more. Browse the 'Festival of British Cinema' films or visit the Festival Homepage.
Exhibition now on in the cafe gallery...
A great chance to learn more about the Hay Castle Restoration project. This exhibition, from Rick Mather Architects, explores the history of Hay Castle, the current conservation challenges, and puts forwards exciting proposals for the future. Drop in to the bookshop cafe to have a look.
RSC: Love's Labour's Lost
Tuesday 3rd March, 7pm
Another chance to see this sparkling comedy from the Royal Shakespeare Company, recorded live on February 11th. "The most blissfully entertaining and emotionally involving RSC offering I’ve seen in ages." - Dominc Cavendish, The Telegraph.
World Book Day
5th March 2015
World Book Day helps children explore the pleasure of books and reading by providing them with the opportunity to have a book of their own. Look out for £1 book tokens given out in schools around the start of March, then come in to choose a book!
The Story of Life | Book Launch
Friday 6th March, 6pm
Join local authors Catherine Barr and Steve Williams, with award-winning illustrator Amy Husband, to launch 'The Story of Life: a first book about evolution.' There will be a workshop on evolution for children on Saturday 7th March, 2pm.
ENO: La Traviata
Wednesday 11th March, 7.15pm
A stunning production of Verdi’s masterpiece which reaches to the heart of the opera’s themes of passionate love and tragic death. English National Opera Live.