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We are so sorry to announce that due to government advice, Flicks In The Sticks/Arts Alive and the fact that all theatres are closing that our live screenings come from we will be CLOSED until September. We have not taken this decision lightly and hope that our audience understand and will support us when we come back after the summer. Refunds for all cancelled events can be got at Leominster Tourist information centre and online from Ticketsource and Arts Alive. We ask that if you have any queries you contact us but do bear with us while we sort things out and wether this storm. This has not been an easy decision to take and we are upset but we will be back in the autumn. We will be planning the new season and working on new ideas in the meantime. Mike's memory event is also postponed until the autumn. Please stay safe and we will see you all soon! Thank you for your understanding from all the James family.

Exhibition On Screen Concerto A Beethoven Journey Wednesday 16th December 7.30pm Running Time 1 hour 30 mins Ticket Prices £15.00 Adult £10.00 U18 Director Phil Grabsky

Filmed over the course of four years award winning director Phil Grabsky follows leading concert pianist Leif Ove Andsnes’s attempt to understand and interpret one of the greatest sets of works for piano ever written: Beethoven’s five piano concertos. Considered one of the top pianists of the age, Leif Ove Andsnes offers rare insights into the mind of a world-class pianist and access to his personal and professional life. with world-acclaimed pianist Leif Ove Andsnes 2019 to 2020 line-up – 5 Films 5/5 Against the wonderful background of Leif Ove playing these 5 pieces, we also show how these works offer a new and fresh way of examining Beethoven’s life and work. Leif Ove Andsnes’s own life as a top pianist is also revealed – and, despite knowing and performing all the great composers of history, he concludes after this major project with Beethoven’s piano concerti – and a world-wide sell-out tour – that the greatest composer in history is indeed Ludwig van Beethoven.

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