13 January 2012>
This February The 'Stute celebrates 20 fabulous years of operating as a professional Theatre and Arts Centre, and with the recent decision by Caerphilly County Borough Council to invest £750,000 in a fantastic refurbishment programme, The 'Stute keeps going from strength to strength!
A weeklong programme of exciting events is scheduled to help us celebrate - You can find the full programme on Blackwood Miners' Institute's website.
The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists, a comedy about a group of painters and decorators as they renovate a three-storey town house for a wealthy mayor, comes to the 'Stute on the 8th February. This vibrant and lively story is adapted from a classic piece of working-class literature, and is as vivid and as relevant today as when it was written.
Another season of 'Stute Comedy Nights' return on 10th February and 9th March, featuring some of the top comedians on the UK comedy circuit. Complimenting our comedy season we also have Elis James on 27th April, fresh from his appearance on 8 out of 10 Cats.
The UK's number one live Motown show returns bigger and better than ever before with the sublime Magic of Motown, appearing on the stage at the 'Stute on 18th February. Other live music this season includes the sensational Rock 'n' Roll Paradise on 9th February, The Searchers on 30th March and Dorset folk band State of Undress performing on 2nd March.
And our littlest visitors are sure to be entertained with Suitcase Circus, an interactive family-friendly circus with a difference on 16th February. The Reservation offers something a little different with an interactive performance for babies and toddlers on 19th March.
And with lots more on offer including theatre for teenagers, classical music, and community productions, together with Blackwood Miners' Institute's new and improved surroundings, we promise to offer an unforgettable experience this spring!
To find out more, or to book tickets visit www.blackwoodminersinstitute.com, or contact the Box Office on 01495 227 206.
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