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Penarth Pier Pavilion

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The Esplanade, Penarth, South Glamorgan, CF64 3AU
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Aniara (2019) - Welsh Premiere

AniaraDir. Pella Kgerman/Hugo Lilja | 106 mins | Colour | Swedish (subtitled) | 18 (TBC) |F-RatedThis thought-provoking science-fiction tale should not be missed - screening almost two months before it is widely released.We're thrilled to be bringing Aniara to Penarth Pier Pavilion for its Welsh premiere.A spaceship carrying settlers to Mars is knocked off course, causing the consumption-obsessed passengers to consider their place in the universe.Aniara receives the F-Rating - for more information visit www.f-rated.orgDouble loyalty points for this screening!Advance tickets �7.50 / �6 (conc) - door sales +50p6:30pm doors for 7:30pm start.Snowcat Cinema does not screen adverts before the feature. There are usually one or two trailers for films that will be shown soon but we encourage people to arrive promptly for the advertised start time.Refunds will only be provided if the screening does not go ahead.

Sat 6 Jul

£7.50

The Blue Angel / Der Blaue Engel (1930)

The Blue Angel / Der blaue Engel (1930)Dir. Josef Von Sternberg | 106 mins | BW | German (subtitled) | PGAn elderly professor's ordered life spins dangerously out of control when he falls for a nightclub singer.Advance tickets �7.50 / �6 (conc) - door sales +50pBar opens at 6:30pm, film starts at 7:30pm.Snowcat Cinema does not screen adverts before the feature. There are usually one or two trailers for films that will be shown soon but we encourage people to arrive promptly for the advertised start time.Refunds will only be provided if the screening does not go ahead.

Fri 7 Jun

£7.50

Cardiff Arms Park Male Choir

Cardiff Arms Park Male Choir will be performing at Penarth Pier Pavilion. The choir, formed in 1966, has been seen on BBC, Sky Sports, ITV, Channel 4, New Zealand and Australian TV and has raised thousands of pounds for local and national charities.

Mon 8 Jul

£10

Do The Right Thing (1989)

Do The Right ThingDir. Spike Lee | 120 mins | Colour | English | 15On the hottest day of the year on a street in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, everyone's hate and bigotry smoulders and builds until it explodes into violence.Advance tickets �7.50 / �6 (conc) - door sales +50p6:30pm doors for 7:30pm start.Snowcat Cinema does not screen adverts before the feature. There are usually one or two trailers for films that will be shown soon but we encourage people to arrive promptly for the advertised start time.Refunds will only be provided if the screening does not go ahead.

Sat 8 Jun

£7.50

The Godfather (1972)

The Godfather (1972)Dir. Francis Ford Coppola | 175 mins | Colour | English | 15The aging patriarch of an organized crime dynasty transfers control of his clandestine empire to his reluctant son. Advance tickets �7.50 / �6 (conc) - door sales +50pBar opens at 5:30pm, film starts at 6pm.Snowcat Cinema does not screen adverts before the feature. There are usually one or two trailers for films that will be shown soon but we encourage people to arrive promptly for the advertised start time.Refunds will only be provided if the screening does not go ahead.

Sun 16 Jun

£7.50

The Keith Little Swing Trio Plus Jane Williams

The Keith Little Swing Trio returns to the Pavilion with guest vocalist Jane Williams for an exhilarating night of Jazz and Swing. There'll be Swing from the 40s, a touch of Dixieland and some great melodies. Come along for a fun and informal jazz evening.

Sat 22 Jun

£11

Literary Lunch With Victoria Hislop

Join us for a delicious two course lunch with bestselling author, Victoria Hislop, who will be sharing her new book with us.Those Who Are Loved is a powerful new novel which sheds light on the complexity and trauma of Greeces past and weaves it into the epic tale of an ordinary woman compelled to live an extraordinary life.Athens 1941. After decades of political uncertainty, Greece is polarised between Right- and Left-wing views when the Germans invade.Fifteen-year-old Themis comes from a family divided by these political differences. The Nazi occupation deepens the fault-lines between those she loves just as it reduces Greece to destitution. She watches friends die in the ensuing famine and is moved to commit acts of resistance.In the civil war that follows the end of the occupation, Themis joins the Communist army, where she experiences the extremes of love and hatred and the paradoxes presented by a war in which Greek fights Greek.Eventually imprisoned on the infamous islands of exile, Makronisos and then Trikeri, Themis encounters another prisoner whose life will entwine with her own in ways neither can foresee. And finds she must weigh her principles against her desire to escape and live.As she looks back on her life, Themis realises how tightly the personal and political can become entangled. While some wounds heal, others deepen.Doors open at 12:30pm and the meal will be served at 1pm. Well then have a discussion and QA with Victoria beginning at 2pm. Full price tickets include the two course lunch plus tea/coffee and a signed hardback copy of the book. A second batch of tickets is available including just the talk and a signed hardback copy of the book.

Thu 20 Jun

Sold out

Open Mic @ The Pavilion!

ITS BACK! Our little open mic night is going well so far so heres another opportunity to come and share some of your talents in the lovely surroundings of our main hall.So far weve had poetry, comedy, violins, guitar duos, future rock stars and generally amazing musicians!Once again its BRING YOUR OWN INSTRUEMNTS, 2 songs/10 mins a section and its FREE so bring as many people as youd like but PLEASE let us know your coming via THIS LINK.Thank you - Were looking forward to it already!

Sat 20 Jul

Free

Penarth Chamber Music Festival 2019 Afternoon Tea Concert "songs Without Words"

Tea and cake will be served at the concert (provided by Waterloo Tea and included in the ticket price)"Songs Without Words" including miniatures by Felix and Fanny Mendelssohn, Rachmaninov, ProkofievMalin Broman, David Adams - Violin/ViolaLaura Samuel - ViolinAlice Neary, Philip Higham - CelloSimon Crawford-Phillips - Piano

Sun 30 Jun

£12.50

Penarth Chamber Music Festival 2019 Evening Concert

Arensky Quartet in A minor op 35 for violin, viola and 2 cellosRachmaninov SongsBeethoven String Quartet op 59 no 3 in C major - RasumovskyDavid Adams,Laura Samuel - ViolinMalin Broman, Rebecca Jones- ViolaAlice Neary, Philip Higham - CelloSimon Crawford-Phillips - PianoRebecca Evans - Soprano

Sat 29 Jun

£17

Penarth Chamber Music Festival 2019 Festival Finale

Faure Piano Quartet no 1 in C minor op 15Saint-Saens "Violons dans le soir" for soprano, violin and pianoBrahms String Quintet in G major op 111David Adams,Laura Samuel - ViolinMalin Broman,Rebecca Jones - ViolaAlice Neary, Philip Higham - CelloSimon Crawford-Phillips - PianoRebecca Evans - Soprano

Sun 30 Jun

£17

Penarth Chamber Music Festival 2019 - Friends'reception

A chance for us to thank the Friends and Patrons of Penarth Chamber Music Festival and enjoy a drink together with the festival musicians.For more information about the Friends of the Festival scheme, please see our websitewww.penarthchambermusicfestival.org.uk

Sun 30 Jun

Free

Penarth Chamber Music Festival 2019 Late Night Concert

Wagner Prelude to Tristan and Isolde for string sextet arr. GoetlerStrauss "Morgen" for soprano, violin and pianoStrauss Metamorphosen for String SeptetMalin Broman, David Adams - Violin/ViolaLaura Samuel - ViolinRebecca Jones,Tom Dunn - ViolaAlice Neary, Philip Higham - CelloDavid Stark - Double BassSimon Crawford-Phillips - PianoRebecca Evans - Soprano

Sat 29 Jun

£10

Penarth Chamber Music Festival 2019 Opening Concert

Penarth Pier PavilionHaydn Piano TrioChopin Cello Sonata in G minor op 65Fokkens Duo for violin and cello (world premiere)Elgar Piano Quintet in A minor op 84Malin Broman, David Adams -Violin/ViolaLaura Samuel - ViolinAlice Neary,Philip Higham - CelloSimon Crawford-Phillips -Piano

Thu 27 Jun

£17

Penarth Chamber Music Festival Coffee Concert

Coffee and patisserie will be served from 10.30am (provided by Waterloo Tea and included in theticket price)Bach Goldberg Variations BWV 988 for string trio arr. SitkovetskyLesley Hatfield - ViolinDavid Adams - ViolaAlice Neary - Cello

Sun 30 Jun

£12.50

Penarth Chamber Music Festival Family Concert

Lenny Sayers once again leads a fun-filled hour of story-telling and music with festival musicians and children from Victoria Primary School

Sat 29 Jun

£5–£15

Penarth Chamber Music Festival - Festival Pass

A festival pass giving entry to all events, a saving of �18Thursday 27th June - Penarth Pier Pavilion7.30pm Opening ConcertFriday 28th June - Penarth Pier Pavilion1.30pm Relaxed Concert6pm Young Musicians Showcase 17.30pm SchubertiadeSaturday 29th June - Penarth Pier Pavilion10.30am Family Concert1.15pm Young Musicians Showcase 27pm Evening Concert9.30pm Late Night ConcertSunday 30th June - Penarth Pier Pavilion11.15am Coffee Concert (including Coffee and Croissant from 10.30am)12.30pm Reception for the Friends and Patrons of Penarth Chamber Music Festival3.15pm Tea Concert (including tea and cake at the concert)6.30pm Pre-concert talk with James Lea7.30pm Festival FinaleFor more details, please see the individual concert listings

Thu 27 Jun

£80

Penarth Chamber Music Festival Pre-Concert Talk With James Lea

James Lea, professor at RWCMD, shares his insights and knowledge of Brahms and introduces the String Quintet in G major op.111.

Sun 30 Jun

Free

Penarth Chamber Music Festival - Relaxed Concert

Concert in a supportive environment for those with special needs and their carersFestival musicians will play highlights from the festival including music by Schubert, Beethoven, Faure, and Mendelssohn

Fri 28 Jun

Free

Penarth Chamber Music Festival Saturday Evening Offer

Special ticket including both evening concerts at a discounted rate, saving �57pm concertArensky Quartet in A minor op 35 for violin, viola and 2 cellosRachmaninov Songs––––Beethoven String Quartet op 59 no 3 in C major - RasumovskyDavid Adams,Laura Samuel - ViolinMalin Broman, Rebecca Jones- ViolaAlice Neary, Philip Higham - CelloSimon Crawford-Phillips - PianoRebecca Evans - Soprano9.30pm Late night concertWagner Prelude to Tristan and Isolde for string sextet arr. GoetlerStrauss "Morgen" for soprano, violin and pianoStrauss Metamorphosen for String SeptetMalin Broman, David Adams - Violin/ViolaLaura Samuel - ViolinRebecca Jones,Tom Dunn - ViolaAlice Neary, Philip Higham - CelloDavid Stark - Double BassSimon Crawford-Phillips - PianoRebecca Evans - Soprano

Sat 29 Jun

£22

Penarth Chamber Music Festival Schubertiade

Schubert Duo in A major for Violin and Piano D.574Schubert Songs––Schubert String Quartet in G Major D.887David Adams, Malin Broman, Laura Samuel - ViolinsTom Dunn - ViolaAlice Neary - CelloSimon Crawford-Phillips - PianoRebecca Evans - Soprano

Fri 28 Jun

£17

Penarth Chamber Music Festival Young Musicians Showcase 1

Come and enjoy an early evening performance showcasing talented young musicians from the area.Free entry- donations to PCMF welcome

Fri 28 Jun

Free

Penarth Chamber Music Festival Young Musicians Showcase 2

A concert to showcase talented young musicians from the area.Free entry- donations to PCMF welcome

Sat 29 Jun

Free

Vagabond / Sans Toit Ni Loi (1985)

Vagabond / Sans toit ni loi (1985)Dir. Agns Varda | 105 mins | Colour | French (subtitled) | 15 | F-RatedA young womans body is found frozen in a ditch. Through flashbacks and interviews, we see the events that led to her inevitable death.Vagabond receives the F-Rating - for more information visit www.f-rated.orgAdvance tickets �7.50 / �6 (conc) - door sales +50pBar opens at 6:30pm, film starts at 7:30pm.Snowcat Cinema does not screen adverts before the feature. There are usually one or two trailers for films that will be shown soon but we encourage people to arrive promptly for the advertised start time.Refunds will only be provided if the screening does not go ahead.

Fri 21 Jun

£7.50

Vampire's Kiss (1989)

Vampires Kiss (1989)Dir. Robert Bierman | 103 mins | Colour | English | 18After an encounter with a neck-biter, a publishing executive thinks that hes turning into a vampire.Advance tickets �7.50 / �6 (conc) - door sales +50pBar opens at 6:30pm, film starts at 7:30pm.Snowcat Cinema does not screen adverts before the feature. There are usually one or two trailers for films that will be shown soon but we encourage people to arrive promptly for the advertised start time.Refunds will only be provided if the screening does not go ahead.

Sat 22 Jun

£7.50

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