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The Pound Arts Centre

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Pound Pill, Corsham, Wiltshire, SN13 9HX
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Bath Textile Artists: From Here To There

Embroidered, felted, quilted, woven, dyed and stitched textiles inspired by nature and landscapes, a love of travel, myth and architecture.

Wed 29 Mar

Free

Thu 30 Mar

Free

Fri 31 Mar

Free

Sat 1 Apr

Free

Mon 3 Apr

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Tue 4 Apr

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Wed 5 Apr

Free

Thu 6 Apr

Free

Fri 7 Apr

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Sat 8 Apr

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Mon 10 Apr

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Tue 11 Apr

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Wed 12 Apr

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Thu 13 Apr

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Fri 14 Apr

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Sat 15 Apr

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Mon 17 Apr

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Tue 18 Apr

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Wed 19 Apr

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Thu 20 Apr

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Fri 21 Apr

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Sat 22 Apr

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Mon 24 Apr

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Tue 25 Apr

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Wed 26 Apr

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Thu 27 Apr

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Fri 28 Apr

Free

Sat 29 Apr

Free

Dr Phil's Health Revolution

Dr Phil's Health Revolution

Dr Phil, the GP known for being funny, combines his medical credentials and humour for a show to leave you in rude health.

Sat 22 Apr

£15 (£14)

Effra

Hailing from Bath, the trio performs high-energy country-folk music.

Fri 31 Mar

£10 (£8)

Mark Nevin

March 24th 2017 sees the release of Mark Nevin's (Fairground Attraction) 5th solo album 'My Unfashionable Opinion' Co-produced with his former Fairground Attraction bandmate Simon Edwards and engineered and mixed by the mighty Phill Brown (Bob Marley, Led Zeppelin, Talk Talk), it features 12 brand new Mark Nevin songs. With the basic tracks recorded live to 16 track analogue tape over 4 days at north London's Livingston Studios, it was mixed at The Red Room in Bermondsey. Most of the songs stick to the core band of Roger Beaujolais on vibraphone and marimba, Simon Edwards on bass and Richard Marcangelo on drums, with the addition of the inspired Hammond organ of James Hallawell. The great Kick Horns bring their brass magic to a couple before Colette O'Leary and Louise Nevin add a little accordion and fiddle to the final song. We will be celebrating the album release on March 20th at St Pancras Old Church.

Sat 29 Apr

£14 (£13)

Matheu Watson and Luke Daniels: The New World Drovers

Luke Daniels & The New World Drovers

New music inspired by the trade of cattle-droving. Featuring Ceri Owen Jones and Ceri Rhys Matthews.

Sat 8 Apr

£11 (£9)

The Odyssey - (Greek Stuff!) - Based (Very Loosely!) On The Epic Poem By Homer.

"Cyclops! A hulk of flesh, Ship tall. Arms reaching to his knees. Mouth - a gaping universe. And in the middle of his foolish forehead One Single Eye Mwah-ha-ha…!" From the makers of 'Great Expectations' and 'Dracula' comes a tale more exciting than excitement itself: The Odyssey. The journey of all journeys. To Hell. And back again. Gods, Monsters, Sirens, Derring-Dos and Derring-Donts! A love story that lasts decades. It's Greek stuff… with all the boring bits removed! A host of exciting (and daft) characters - including a one-eyed Cyclops, a six-headed monster and the terrifying Sea God Poseidon - will conjure up a mighty storm and keep you on the edge of your seat. If ever a show was designed for the smallest venues, this is it; a compact piece of theatre magic Directed by Simon Harvey Performed by David Mynne Devised and written by the company Poetry by Anna Maria Murphy Suitable for adults and older children (12+)

Fri 7 Apr

£11 (£10)

A Strange New Space

A one-woman show without words melding physical theatre with puppetry and original music to take you on an imagined voyage into space, which is parallelled with Amira's real-life journey as a refugee across continents.

Thu 20 Apr

£7 (£6; £24)

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