maltings monthly round-up: September 2017

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September Highlights:


This Wednesday we are hosting a season launch in the Tindle Studio between 6.30pm and 7.30pm. This is an informal event, a chance to enjoy a drink and find out about upcoming events. Every attendee has a chance to win two film tickets each month for the entire season. 

We have a very busy month lined up, here are some of our favourites we think you will like…






We are excited to announce that coming Danny Bhoy: Make Something Great Again For Stronger Better Future Tomorrow Together is coming to the Maltings on 14 September. Scottish comedian Danny Bhoy is embarking on his maiden tour of his brand-new show this autumn in selected theatres throughout the UK. Don’t miss this internationally renowned and critically acclaimed comedian who regularly sells out tours all over the world with his unique brand of observational story telling.

To book ‘Danny Bhoy’ click here.

We have 9 time sell out comedy at the Edinburgh Fringe The Noise Next Door coming to the Maltings Thu 21 September with their improv show Uproar!, book now to avoid disappointment!  Witness the astonishing comedy sensation LIVE! The Noise Next Door are causing a commotion with their fourth nationwide tour – an anarchic evening of side-splitting jokes, jaw-dropping characters, and mind-blowing songs. Join the quickest wits in comedy as they transform audience suggestions into a fantastic, fresh new entertainment experience every single night. To get a taste of what they are like see the clip below…

To book ‘The Noise Next Door: Uproar!’ click here.



Team Viking is a wonderful one man show that blends heart-lifting, heartbreaking and laugh-out-loud moments as it tells the true story of when James’s best friend Tom was diagnosed with heart cancer and given three months to live. His last wish was to be given a full viking burial. Ever since its debut at the Fringe this performance has got rave reviews, as this year proves no different. Andrew Haydon from Postcards from the Gods wrote “…it’s worth saying at the outset: team viking is one of the best things i’ve ever seen. period.

To book ‘Team Viking’ now click here.

We also have Factory Girls, adapted by the Yangson Project and produced by the Maltings, which is a charming, beautiful and thoughtfully crafted physical-theatre production created by one of South Korea’s rising stars. It follows the story of factory girl Oksun who, when ordered by a foreman to spy on her friend suspected of rallying the workers, decides the time has come to find her voice. Combining spoken word (in Korean with English surtitles), movement and sound, an ensemble cast of four performers bring Oksun’s story to life. A unique opportunity to see this exciting company’s first UK performance!

To book ‘Factory Girls’ now click here.



We have a great line-up for you this season that showcases the variety that cinema has to offer, from blockbusters that really need to be seen on the big screen to smaller independent productions you may never have found yourself. Come and relax after a long day at our 8pm showings. You can even pre-order a homemade pizza for just £8.50 at the Riverside Café so you don’t have to worry about cooking.

We want to make sure that as many people as possible can come and enjoy our films so we are now subtitling selected screenings. To find out more and to book any of our films click here.

Churchill covers the 96 hours before the WWII invasion of Normandy with British Prime Minister Winston Churchill struggling with his reservations with Operation Overlord and his increasingly marginalized role in the war effort. Brian Cox, in the titular role, has been widely praised for his performance as Churchill with the telegraph calling it a ‘restlessly smart interrogation of the statesman’s image’.

Brendon Gleeson plays a grumpy person on a mission in Hampstead, a film based on the true story of of Harry Hallowes, a reclusive man who claimed squatters rights to a patch of land in Hampstead Heath and was determined to see off property developers trying to get rid of him.



We have a special performance this month by Keith James as he gives today’s music audience a chance to hear the music of Nick Drake played live. Drake, who sadly died at the age of 26, only garnered fame posthumously in the 1980s and all three of his albums have now been included on the Rolling Stones magazine’s list of The 500 Greatest Albums of All time.

To book ‘Keith James:The Songs of Nick Drake’ now click here.

and some lovely days out…



thread…festival of textiles

The annual thread…a festival of textiles celebrates its fifth year in September, with its biggest range of exhibitors to date. To book advanced discounted tickets click here. 

There will be a marketplace where visitors can buy unique, handcrafted textiles pieces and artisan fabrics and haberdashery for your own projects. To see a full list of our exhibitors click hereThread offers plenty of opportunities to get involved including a full programme of bookable workshops, led by industry professionals which cater for a range of abilities. For more details click here. We have a series of have-a-go free participation sessions.  There will also be a variety of talks  including The Rehabilitative Power of Stitch, a talk by a volunteer from Fine Cell Work, a charity and social enterprise which enables prisoners to live fulfilling and crime- free lives.

A day ticket includes access to the talk programme, exhibitions and the marketplace.

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Afternoon Tea

Saturday 16 September, 2.30pm-4.30pm

Following last year’s delightful Farnham Afternoon Tea, join us at the Maltings for another community event with live music, pop-up craft and the perfect chance to meet new people.

Entry and refreshments are free, and you’re invited to bring a cake to share or tins/packets for Farnham Foodbank. Everyone welcome, all ages.