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Arc Theatre

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College Road, Trowbridge, Wiltshire, BA14 0ES
  • Telephone 0845 299 0476
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  • Website www.arctheatre.org.uk
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John Adams + Support At The Arc Theatre

JOHN ADAMSSinger/Songwriter John Adams draws influences from the likes of James Morrison, Sam Smith, David Gray and James Blunt. With emotive and heartfelt narratives woven together as stories, Johns expressive and nuanced vocals compliment his acoustic approach and atmospheric piano accompaniments. His unique and impressive vocals are certainly the focus here, and John earns the undivided attention of the listener by addressing them directly, taking them on a musical version of journeys he has experienced internally.This faithfulness to personal story is mirrored in how John came into the musical world, and continues to progress as a musician. A truly homegrown talent, he began his career busking on the streets, using the money to pay for his first release, fittingly entitled The Pavement is My Stage. After the album reached No.7 in the iTunes Singer/Songwriter charts he took a leap of faith and left his job as a Mathematics Teacher. That gamble paid off and John has gone on to support household names such as Take That, Lemar, Stooshe, TPau, The Christians and Katherine Jenkins. His hard work and impressive live performance has gained a strong following with over 6 million views on YouTube and a steady 140,000 monthly listeners on Spotify.Eager to show his progression John will be releasing his album You Never Know Whos Listening in March 2019 via New York indie label, AntiFragile Music. The new release combines his live organic sound with a minimal electronic production to make a sound that is satisfyingly different from the usual guitar wielding Singer/Songwriter. Singles Dandelion Wishes and See You Again have already received over 2 million plays on Spotify and become Radio 2 favourites.2017saw John perform over 200 gigs, a UK tour with several sold out dates andfrequent BBC live sessions. He spends his life on the road performing andis a regular face at the UKs largest festivals.Bornperfomer whose smile has the ability to blind and whose voice has the abilityto pierce the heart MusicroomAbsolutelynailed that vocal Gary Barlowwww.johnadamsmusic.co.ukJohn Adams will be supported by Selena in the Chapel Cherie Demmery.

Sat 16 Feb

£8–£10

Sofa

The MakeShift Ensemble present Sofa Exploring memory, place and the worlds we create around us.The sofa is where we make new worlds as children and seek solace as adults, a place to laugh, cry, play and discover. Join Rachel and Mark at their old family home exploring memories of a loved one living with dementia, and the changing perspectives they bring to those memories.The MakeShift Ensemble with their distinct and compelling style, discover the effects of memory and 'unmemory' on family relationships . Inspired by authentic experiences the piece tells the stories with humour and pathos, that sometimes go untold." POWERFUL.AND VERY CLEVER!" BRITISH THEATRE GUIDE"THE MAKESHIFT ENSEMBLE CLEVERLY CRAFTS BEAUTIFUL MUSIC, BOLD PHYSICAL THEATRE, OUTSTANDING PUPPETRY AND ORIGINAL SPOKEN WORD TOGETHER TO CREATE AN IMAGINATIVE AND THOUGHT-PROVOKING PLAY" ****EXPOSED MAGAZINE

Fri 1 Mar

£8–£10

Taos - Oklahoma!

Oklahoma! is one of Rodgers Hammersteins favourite musicals, with numbers such as Oh What A Beautiful Morning and The Farmer The Cowman.

Tue 21 May

£12–£14

Wed 22 May

£12–£14

Thu 23 May

£12–£14

Fri 24 May

£12–£14

Sat 25 May

£12–£14

Transitions Dance Company: Triple Bill 2019

Performance (19/02/2019)Transitions Dance Company returns with a brand new triple bill of specially commissioned contemporary works by choreographers Karole Armitage (USA), Marina Collard (UK) and Hetain Patel(UK) with pieces ranging from the poetically human and the humorous to the intricately technical and dynamic. In what promises to be an engaging and enjoyable night out, fifteen superb international dancers at the start of their stellar careers perform this surprising, Intriguing and eclectic programme.Workshops (18/02/2019) ***the time of the workshops has now changed to 6pm-8pmLead by the dancers that you will see perform, the TransitionsDance Company dance workshop includes a contemporary technique warm-up followedby an opportunity to explore the companys repertoire, and the creativeprocesses in which the work was made.Find out more about the company and the 2019 triple bill at trinitylaban.ac.uk/transitionsdc

Tue 19 Feb

£8–£15

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