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Othello
COMING SOON AT THE CAPITOL

ON STAGE
National Theatre Connections drama festival takes to the stage 22nd – 26th April with a great selection of plays performed by local youngsters. There’s a musical feast for the eyes and ears from The International Harp Ensemble on 27th April and a wartime cavalcade from Bless 'Em All on 30th April. Chris Barber returns on 1st May with his 10 piece band and a selection of his favourite Music. Not to be missed 2nd – 3rd May, the Olivier Award winning play Morecambe – a heartwarming story of the man what brought us sunshine.

ON SCREEN
The Amazing Spiderman 2 swings on to our screens and his greatest battle begins to protect fellow New Yorkers from the formidable villains who threaten the city. You can’t pinch a few diamonds without stealing a few hearts in The Love Punch Starring Emma Thompson & Pierce Brosnan where a divorced couple scheme to recover the retirement money that was stolen from them.

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The Amazing Spiderman 2 (12A)
The Amazing Spiderman 2 (12A) Fri 18/04/14 to Thu 01/05/14
His Greatest Battle Begins.
 
The Love Punch (12A)
The Love Punch (12A) Fri 18/04/14 to Thu 01/05/14
You can't pinch a few diamonds without stealing a few hearts.
 
International Harp Ensemble
International Harp Ensemble Sun 27/04/14
'Wonderful, awesome, dynamic, enchanting, outstanding and spell-binding' are words regularly used by audience members after watching The 20 - piece International Harp Ensemble and singing sensation Faryl Smith.
 
Morecambe
Morecambe Fri 02/05/14 to Sat 03/05/14
This Olivier Award winning play stars Bob Golding as comedy icon, Eric Morecambe.
 
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