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Movies in Masham presents THE RUNAWAYS (12a)
Tuesday 30th April 
at 7.30pm

Introduced by, and followed by a Q&A with, director RICHARD HEAP
 

We are excited to present a PREVIEW screening of a great new film set in the North of England featuring three children, two donkeys and one big adventure.

After their home life is turned upside down, three children and the family's donkeys escape across the backbone of Northern England, confronting both the harsh landscapes and what it means to be siblings.

This humourous and uplifting film is a throwback to classic children's adventure films but with a modern feel. The adult stars are Tara Fitzgerald (Brassed Off) and Mark Addy (The Full Monty), and both of those films are clear influences, while also celebrating donkeys, trains, and the beauty of Yorkshire from Whitby to the Pennines.


The film will be introduced by its director, Richard Heap, who will also take part in a Q&A after the showing.

All tickets £5 from Masham Community Office on 01765-680200 or online here.


Saturday 22nd June: doors 7.30pm, on stage 8.30pm

A memorable night of Status Quo classics from their legendary drummer with a great band

Original Status Quo drummer John Coghlan brings you a night of vintage Quo from the glory years of 1962-81 when he performed with them.

After John formed the classic Quo line-up with Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt and Alan Lancaster, the years that followed saw a string of legendary hits including Caroline, Down Down, Roll Over Lay Down, Rockin’ All Over the World, Whatever You Want, What You’re Proposing and so many more – Quo ended up with 22 UK top ten singles and 66 UK chart singles, ninth in the all time list.

During the late nineties John Coghlan’s Quo was formed and through various line-ups has enjoyed regular gigs all over the UK and Europe. The current band consists of John on drums, with Mick Hughes on guitar and vocals, Rick Chase on bass and vocals, and Rick Abbs on guitar and vocals.

This team recreate an authentic 70’s Quo Sound in keeping with John’s time with the band. For Quo fans and critics alike, this is regarded as Quo’s “classic” period.

“John Coghlan's Quo take you on a joyous journey of his golden past in one of the most celebrated and much loved rock bands the UK has ever produced. A night of beer-raising, feelgood-factor Status Quo classics' - Mark Taylor, www.metaltalk.net

Doors 7.30pm, on stage 8.30pm. Seating and dancefloor available, arrive early to be guaranteed a seat.

Tickets £15, available from Masham Community Office on 01765-680200 or online here.


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