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The summer-term break is here, which means fun and games at
The Central Theatre for children and families.
The stage is set
- book your seats now.
STAGE THIS MONTH
||Sunday, 24 May 5pm|
The colourful, charismatic
kings of the canvas return to Medway. Watch top stars from the
US-based World Wrestling Entertainment take on the best of British.
Featuring Oblivion and Goliath from Sky One's Gladiators.
Monsters vs Aliens
Friday, 22 - Saturday,
30 May - 12noon and 2.30pm (no showings on Sunday and Monday).
Running time: 94 minutes
The family box office smash, featuring the
voices of Reese Witherspoon, Seth Rogen and Kiefer Sutherland. When Susan
Murphy is hit by a meteorite she transforms into a giant monster. The
government takes her to a top-secret compound, where she meets a rag tag
group of other monsters. However, when the world is threatened by aliens,
Susan and her new friends are called upon as a last resort, to defeat the
aliens and save the planet.
Tickets just £3.75 adults and £3
under 16s, senior citizens and Friends of The Central
forget - coming up in June...
Thu, 4 Jun
One Night of Queen with Gary
The Stars in Their Eyes winner returns
with a night of classic hits from arguably the greatest rock group
City of London Sinfonia
night of classical brilliance featuring works by Elgar, Haydn,
Vaughan Williams and Copland.
A 90 musical
journey with the celebrated folk artist described by Billy Connolly
as "Britain's best
Thu, 4 Jun 7.30pm
Night of Queen with Gary Mullen
Sun, 7 Jun
City of London
Fri, 12 Jun 8pm
Sun, 14 Jun
Rockin on Heaven's Door
Thu, 18 Jun
Chas and Dave in Concert
See the Summer brochure for times, ticket prices and more
The Screen Classics season continues
on Wednesday, 24 June with A Matter of Life and
Death. A romantic fantasy film set in the Second
World War and starring David Niven.
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you updated via the wall and use your comments for next season's
programme. Just visit the Screen Classics page and become a fan.
The theatre opens up
Sunday, 26 July the theatre will open its doors for free. This is your
chance to find out what it takes to run a theatre and perhaps even snatch
a bit of gossip along
Every month we will offer a pair of tickets
to any show of your choice (depending on availability). Simply answer the
following question and the winner will be drawn at random and announced in
next month's issue.
Two geezers with more rabbit than Sainsbury's
arrive at the theatre on 18 June. Name them. Answers
on an email - please remember to provide your name and contact
DOWNLOAD SUMMER BROCHURE
full listings, times, ticket prices and more information on all shows,
the summer 2009 brochure.
next time, happy theatre
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