Yes, folks, we have an amazing autumn season lined up and a whopping big thank you must go out to all our fantastic volunteers, it’s pretty humbling to see how much time, love and energy they put into their community venue- Come and meet them!
The Royal Opera House Live screening of “La Boheme” is here at 7.15pm on Tuesday 3rd Oct. Puccini’s romantic depiction of bohemian Paris, and a love story drawn from everyday life, won’t leave a dry eye in the house, so be sure to bring your tissues along!
Continuing with an interesting selection of cinema this month we have Bill Nighy and Olivia Cooke starring in “The Limehouse Golem”(15) which offers old-school Hammer-style horror anchored by rich period detail and strong work from a solid cast on Sat 7th Oct at 7.30pm. The following Saturday 14th at 7.30pm we have “Maudie”(12A) which charts the unlikely romance between Maud Lewis, a Canadian folk artist who blossoms in later life, and the curmudgeonly recluse, Everett. Superb performances from Sally Hawkins and Ethan Hawke. A rousing and very timely sequel to Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth is “An Inconvenient Sequel-Truth to Power”(PG) which we are showing on Sat 21st Oct at 7.30pm. A decade after An Inconvenient Truth (2006) brought climate change into the heart of popular culture comes the follow-up that shows just how close we are to a real energy revolution.
The Royal Ballet Live screening of “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” is being shown on Monday 23rd Oct at 7.15pm Follow Alice down the rabbit hole in Christopher Wheeldon’s exuberant ballet, inspired by Lewis Carroll’s much-loved book. Expect an explosion of colour, stage magic and inventive, sophisticated choreography. Finally, we have “Victoria and Abdul” (PG) starring Judi Dench on Fri 27th Oct at 7.30pm and then Daniel Craig has great fun playing the bad guy, Joe Bang, a demolition man in “Logan Lucky” (12A) a comedy, heist movie, on Friday 3rd Nov. Our Nostalgic Cinema screening is “Hobson’s Choice”(U) at 2pm on Saturday 28th Oct.
Great gigs as well as our Acoustic café at 8pm on Weds 11th Oct, begin with the awesome “Sheelanagig” and their unique blend of Balkan Folk mayhem, supported by lovely local singer/songwriters Jemima & Johnathan Farey on Friday 6th Oct 8pm.
If you’d like tickets for the superb folk-punk band, “Ferocious Dog” and their excellent support band “Black Water County” you’d better hurry! Fri 13th Oct 8pm.
For sheer showmanship and versatility of style you have just got to come and see and hear “Tankus the Henge” playing The Beehive on Friday 20th Oct with fab support from “Funke & the Two Tone Baby” Both acts are difficult to define, so try them!
Families will be delighted to see that as a half-term treat we have a magical show “The Snow Dragon” brought to you by the same team, who recently brought The Gruffalo to Exeter. This is at 2pm on Friday 27th Oct.
On Thursday 5th Oct 7-9pm will be the fortnightly, Chess, Backgammon and board game club, do come along to the Beehive café bar and enjoy playing or learning how to play. It’s great fun, free and very friendly!
We are really excited to be launching our new Comedy Café, compered by lovely local comedian Tom Glover with “The Comedy Avengers” on Thursday 12th Oct at 8pm.
Tom has arranged a stonkingly great array of West Country Comedians for this special launch gig AND it’s only a fiver if you buy tickets in advance- I already have mine! With such a selection of comedians, there is sure to be something to suit all tastes and we’re particularly pleased to have Marcus Gill, Honiton’s very own Fishmonger and self-confessed Nerd, making his Beehive debut. See you there and all the best from Wendy & the Beehive team.