Hot new season at Trinity Arts

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CULTURE-JUNKIES are in for a treat in the coming months as a Gainsborough theatre announces a brand new jam-packed season of entertainment.

Gainsborough’s Trinity Arts Centre’s new programme boasts an ecclectic mix of theatre, comedy, film and music between now and the end of March.

The music kicks off on Saturday 29th January with a showcase of Gainsborough talent featuring local bands Claylane and Headstrong, before the longest running and highly-renowned Buddy Holly tribute act Buddy Holly and the Cricketeers rock into town on Saturday 4th March to rock n’ roll back the years.

Lovers of drama and theatre will also be spoilt for choice by the new arts programme.

On Friday 18th February, Kepow Theatre Company presents Kevin Tomlinson: Seven Ages.

The following afternoon sees something for the kids as Blunderbus Theatre present Elmer The Elephant.

The Centre’s popular Lunchtime Literature series also returns, kicking off on Wednesday 26th January with A Celebration of Arthur Miller, continuing on Wednesday 23rd February with a talk on The Dubliners by James Joyce and another discussion of Anna Karenina by Tolstoy on Wednesday 30th March.

Starting this week, from the world of film, Trinity Arts shall be screening a wide-range of art-house movies and Hollywood blockbusters.

Titles being screened in the coming months include Another Year, The Social Network, The Kids Are Alright, The American, Tron: Legacy, Made In Dagenham, The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet’s Nest, The King’s Speech and 127 Hours amongst others.

For more information and listings, as well as show dates and listings and to purchase tickets, you can call Trinity Arts Centre’s Box Office on 01427 676655.

Alternately, you can browse their brochure online and check out all the latest details on upcoming events and screenings on Trinity Arts Centre’s website over at www.trinityarts.co.uk