26 August 2010>
The Autumn/Winter season of events is now on sale at Blackwood Miners' Institute.
Fans of comedy will see the start of the new series of regular 'Stute' comedy nights starting on 3rd September as well as additional comedy from Josie Long in November and Elis James in January.
There is live music from the original Animals and local band 4th Street Traffic plus tributes to Buddy Holly, Deep Purple and The Sinatra Years.
As well as the usual varied programme of events, the venue is involved in a couple of exciting projects this season. BlackRAT Productions bring back John Godber's Bouncers, which will tour Wales and visit London in association with Blackwood Miners' Institute. Also, ChickenShed Theatre Company from London will spend a week in the South East Valleys working with young people, exploring the themes of their production Crime of the Century.
Frank Vickery brings his new black comedy Barkin' to complete the drama line up, there is also the annual visit from Cardiff Philharmonic Orchestra and the popular Christmas panto, this year Mike Doyle returns as Robinson Crusoe.
Continuing the venue's reputation for high quality theatre for children, there is Little Red Hen, Twinkle Twonkle, Snow Child and A Little Bird Told Me to choose from. Visit www.b3live.co.uk for a dedicated list of family events.
Visit www.blackwoodminersinstitute.com or call 01495 227206 or a full list of events from September to January.
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