By Harriet Ernstsons 30/03 Updated: 06/04 11:17
A LIVELY evening of music of all genres is presented at Artrix in Bromsgrove on Friday (April 6). Rubery Youth Centre presents Rubery Rockers as part of the campaign to keep Worcestershire’s youth centres open.
The show starts at 7.30pm, with tickets costing £5 (under 16s and students £3) available at www.artrix.co.uk or by calling 01527 577330.
THREE very different films are in store for Artrix audiences during the venue’s cinema week.
From Sunday, April 1, to Sunday, April 7, film fans will be able to see The Muppets every day at 2pm and War Horse at 7pm.
There is also a screening of The Muppets for audiences with special needs at 11am on Wednesday, April 4, and an afternoon matinée showing of The Artist at 2pm on Friday, April 6.
Visit www.artrix.co.uk or call 01527 577330 for tickets.
A WELCOME return to Artrix is in store for The Bootleg Sixties with their Sight and Sound Show.
There will be some new songs and images during the Saturday, April 7, show but it will be the same evening’s entertainment which rocked the Bromsgrove venue to its very foundations last time.
Tickets costing £17.50 (£16.50) for the 7.30pm show are available at www.artrix.co.uk or by calling the box office on 01527 577330.
A BREATHTAKING musical journey from the good old days of music hall to the beautiful harmonies of the 1970s is in store at Redditch’s Palace Theatre.
Beautifully costumed and choreographed for each decade, the show on Wednesday, April 4, at 2pm and 7.30pm is performed by West End and international vocalists along with the stunning Memory Lane dancers.
Based on the original show from 2008, All Our Yesterdays features a host of new songs and costumes. Visit www.redditchpalacetheatre.co.uk or call 01527 65203 for tickets costing £11 (£10 concessions).
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