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The Brewhouse

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Coal Orchard, Taunton, Somerset, TA1 1JL
  • Telephone 01823 283244
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  • Website www.thebrewhouse.net
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Carole: The Music of Carole King

Carole - The Music Of Carole King

Musical journey through the life and career of the great American songwriter Carole King.

Wed 16 Oct

£28.17

Circus Of Horrors: The 25th Anniversary Tour

Circus Of Horrors: The 25th Anniversary Tour

Circus show featuring rock music, comedy, and more.

Sun 20 Oct

£22

Count Arthur Strong: Is There Anybody Out There?

ABERDEEN COMEDY FESTIVAL 2019: Count Arthur Strong | Tivoli Theatre

Entertaining comedy show that wrestles the big questions in life.

Wed 20 Nov

£22.50

Ed Gamble: Blizzard

Ed Gamble: Blizzard

Another 'bracing flurry of idiocy' from the comedian Ed Gamble.

Tue 12 Nov

£17.80

Gill Sims: Why Mummy Drinks

Why Mummy Doesn't Give A ****! An Evening with Gill Sims

Gill Sims is a mum on a mission against the idealised lives we see on Instagram. Her blog, Peter and Jane, an honest account of family life, spun into a book, Why Mummy Swears. Now she is releasing the follow-up Why Mummy Drinks. Join Gill for a Q&A about her life and career so far.

Fri 6 Sep

£16

Gyles Brandreth: Break a Leg

Gyles Brandreth: Break a Leg

Actor, author, One Show reporter, former MP and government whip tours his new one man show about all things theatrical.

Mon 20 Apr

Prices to be confirmed

John Robins: Hot Shame

John Robins: Hot Shame

The comedian and 'London's saddest DJ' plumbs the hilarity to be found in even our bleakest moments.

Tue 1 Oct

£17.50

Margaret Atwood Live On The Cinema Screen @ The Brewhouse

This September award-winning author Margaret Atwood publishes her highly anticipated new novel – The Testaments – a sequel to her most celebrated work, The Handmaid’s Tale.

In a unique live event, cinema audiences will be treated to an evening in conversation with Atwood about the release of the new book, her long and distinguished career and why she has returned to her seminal story of The Handmaid’s Tale, 34 years after she wrote the original.

Further details: 01823 283244

Tue 10 Sep

£18.00 available from The Brewhouse

Mark Watson: The Infinite Show

Mark Watson: The Infinite Show

Jokes and rants in a show about empathy, from one of Britain's thinnest comedians.

Sat 12 Oct

£20.90

Matt Chorley: This.is.not.normal

Matt Chorley: This.is.not.normal

By day Matt Chorley works in parliament, trying to explain what is happening in politics for The Times. By night he admits nobody has a clue, and nothing makes any sense at all.Join him for an hilarious insiders guide to resignations, reshuffles and recriminations, and reassurance that it doesnt have to be this way.Matt is vying with George Osborne for this years hotly-contested Theresa May Sycophant of the Year award.Theresa MayEngaging, funny, entertaining - youd think hed done it before. He hasnt. Rory BremnerGet back to work. The Timesthetimes.co.uk/redboxPlease note that a theatre restoration levy of �1 per ticket applies to all transactions, whether made in person at our Box Office, by post or by phone, for all payment types. Telephone bookings incur an additional �1.75 booking fee per transaction.

Tue 22 Oct

£21

Phil Wang: Kinabalu

Phil Wang: Kinabalu

Phil Wang, son of the British Empire, muses on the realities of being a British East Asian in his laid back style.

Sun 22 Mar

£17.80

Yesterday

Yesterday
  • 2019
  • UK
  • 1h 52min
  • 12A
  • Directed by: Danny Boyle
  • Cast: Himesh Patel, Lily James, Kate McKinnon

Singer-songwriter Jack (Patel) is knocked unconscious when a bus hits his bike, and he wakes up in a world where the Beatles are unknown. There’s some fine comedy (including from Sheeran, playing himself) but it gets less surefooted; Patel can’t stop Jack from being rather morose and it’s neither a classic Curtis rom-com nor as infectiously euphoric as Boyle’s best work.

Wed 21 Aug
Thu 22 Aug

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