All events in January
Wed 16 Jan 8pm
Prolific British pianist Peter Donohoe delivers this intriguing programme of composers' first works.
Fri 25 Jan 2013 8pm
Fresh musical talent in the shape of EUCO, who will tackle an exciting and invigorating programme.
Wed 30 Jan - Sat 2 Feb 2013 7.30pm
Cheek by Jowl return with a dazzling French language production about despotic King Ubu.
Fri 28 – Sun 30 Dec, Wed 2 & Thu 3 Jan
An unusual romantic comedy about love, obsession and mental illness, starring Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence.
Fri 28 – Mon 31 Dec, Wed 2 & Thu 3 Jan
Colin Firth stars in this mad-cap crime caper, from a script by Joel and Ethan Coen.
Fri 4 & Sun 6 – Wed 9 Jan 2013
An award-winning film about a 6-year-old's struggle for survival against rising waters and mythical creatures.
Fri 4 – Thu 10 Jan 2013
Discover the origins of the story of the Lord of the Rings and meet young hobbit Bilbo Baggins for the first time.
Sat 5 Jan 2013, 5pm
A chance to see Berlioz's vast epic, live and direct from the Met Opera in New York
Wed 9 Jan - Sat 9 Mar 2013
An exhibition exploring the workplace as a universal experience through film works selected from across the globe by leading contemporary ar...
Wed 9 Jan – Wed 13 Mar 2pm
A 10-week film course led by Sue Porter taking place every Wednesday from 9 Jan.
Wed 9 & Thu 10 Jan 2013
A noir thriller that chronicles the search for an escaped convict over the course of a Sunday.
Come along to the Music Centre at lunchtime on Thursdays and check out our series of FREE concerts.
Fri 11 – Sun 13 & Wed 16 Jan 2013
This touching and funny culture clash tale from France is back due to popular demand.
Fri 11 – Thu 17 & Sat 19 Jan 2013
Based on the novel by Yann Martel, a visually-stunning tale of survival and belief from director Ang Lee.
Sat 12 Jan 2013 1.30pm
Indulge the childish desire to jump and splash in puddles with this feel-good classic musical.
Mon 14, Wed 16 & Thu 17 Jan 2013
A uniquely British blend of pitch black comedy, gore and the great outdoors from director Ben Wheatley.
Tue 15 - Sat 19 Jan 2013, various times
Introduce young children to the wonder of Shakespeare in this total theatre experience, inspired by The Winter's Tale.
Tue 15 Jan 2013 6.30pm
Our regular showcase of short films from the region returns following the Producer's Forum taking place from 5pm.
Thursdays 6 - 7pm
Bring your knitting or crochet, learn new skills, share your skills, have a good old natter
Thu 17 Jan 2013 6.45pm
A raucous Victorian farce starring John Lithgow, beamed live and direct from the National Theatre.
Fri 18 & Sun 20 – Thu 24 Jan 2013
Based on the epic Booker prize-winning novel by Salman Rushdie this is a magical coming of age tale for both man and country.
Fri 18 Jan 2013 7.30pm
A brand new musical comedy is created from scratch at each performance of this award-winning production.
Fri 18, Sun 20 & Mon 21 Jan 2013
A Danish masterpiece featuring an award-winning performance from Mads Mikkelsen.
Sat 19 Jan 2013, 5.55pm
The second part of Donizetti's famous Tudor Trilogy, beamed live and direct from the Met Opera in New York.
Mon 21 – Wed 23 Jan 2013, 7.30pm
An English translation of Rossini's La Cenerentola, set in glitzy 21st-century Essex.
Mon 21 Jan, Mon 18 Feb, Wed 13 Mar 2013 7.45pm
Words & Ideas
Witness our favourite poets sharing stories, poems and opinions in our intimate Studio.
Tue 22 – Thu 24 Jan 2013
A killer-whale trainer loses her legs in a freak accident and finds solace in an unlikely relationship with a single father.
Thu 24 Jan 2013 7pm
A raucous Victorian farce by Arthur Wing Pinero starring John Lithgow and Nancy Carroll.
Fri 25 Jan – Sun 3 Feb, Tue 5 & Thu 7 Feb 2013
A touching comedy-drama about the inhabitants of a retirement home for opera singers, starring Maggie Smith.
Fri 25 Jan 2013 7.45pm
The Swaps bring hard-rolling, funked-up, folky tunes direct from Leamington Spa.
Fri 25 – Tue 29 Jan 2013
An extremely funny and downright bizarre crime caper from the writer and director of In Bruges.
Sat 26 Jan 2013 11am – 3.30pm
A Film Talk examining the cult of Sherlock Holmes, including a screening of the rare silent film The Final Problem (1923).
Sat 26 Jan 2013 7.30pm
Alternative folk/country from Canada and the critically acclaimed band Cowboy Junkies.
Sat 26 Jan 2013 7.30pm
Words & Ideas
The main event during One World Week, The Fashion Show will feature over 200 students.
Sat 26 Jan 2013, 7.45pm
Gently shambolic whimsy from the "charity shop chic" jester James Acaster.
Sun 27 Jan 2013 7.30pm
The world music concert in aid of One World Week.
Sun 27 Jan 2013 7.45pm
The award-winning young jazz pianist demonstrates his penchant for contrasting musical styles.
Wed 30 Jan - Sat 02 Feb 2013 7.45pm
Stephen Adly Guirgis's riotous courtroom drama where Judas Iscariot is in the docks.
Wed 30 & Thu 31 Jan 2013
This digital version of the US cut of Stanley Kubrick's classic horror is released in UK cinemas for the first time.