Limbo

An offbeat observation of the refugee experience. On a fictional remote Scottish island, a group of new arrivals await the results of their asylum claims. Among them is Omar, a young Syrian musician burdened by the weight of his grandfather’s oud, which he has carried all the way from his homeland.

Azaadi: Freedom

Samia Malik is a Norfolk based singer/songwriter and visual artist whose autobiographical show Azaadi: Freedom is a narrative journey towards freedom through art. Azaadi: Freedom is told live in original Urdu/English songs with backing music including ‘sitarist to the star’ Baluji Shrivastav OBE, supported by projected translations and art.

British Pakistani Samia writes, performs and produces bilingual Urdu and English songs based on the traditional Ghazal (a highly refined union of poetry with music) extending and subverting the form to explore contemporary issues around identity, race and gender. Samia is also a visual artist, mainly working in painting and video – her live shows are supported by translations and projections of her original visual art.

Samia has performed the show across the UK, creating a media buzz: extensive radio and print coverage included live performances on BBC Radio 3 and BBC Asian Network.

“Truly moving. Compelling and highly original”. – SONGLINE

AN EMAIL REGARDING COVID-19 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS WILL BE SENT BY FRIDAY AFTERNOON.

 

Also booking – Free Family Music Workshop with Samia

Find out more about the Free Family Music Workshop by clicking here

 

Snow Dancer

The Snow Dancer is a brand-new eco-fable with a host of original songs and laughs aplenty. Something in The Great Wood is awry. The animals are desperate for sleep but with the onset of global warming, the weather is just too warm. Everyone is going around in circles and is sick of nuts before Christmas is even in sight. Something must be done. Our intrepid heroes – and their helpful humans – decide they must seek out the mysterious Snow Dancer if there is any chance of ever making it snow… Come join us for a wondrous wander in the winter woods, for a fairy tale with a furry tail, and plenty of laughs and songs along the way, in an original winter theatre show guaranteed to delight the whole family.

The Courier

The true story of a British businessman unwittingly recruited into one of the greatest international conflicts in history. Forming an unlikely partnership with a Soviet officer hoping to prevent a nuclear confrontation, the two men work together to provide the crucial intelligence used to defuse the Cuban Missile Crisis.

The Courier

The true story of a British businessman unwittingly recruited into one of the greatest international conflicts in history. Forming an unlikely partnership with a Soviet officer hoping to prevent a nuclear confrontation, the two men work together to provide the crucial intelligence used to defuse the Cuban Missile Crisis.

ADHD The Musical

Please note: Concessions = Under 18’s & Social Club Members

Have you always wanted to go to a presentation about ADHD that veers off into the wacky and wonderful world of Neuroscience, Julie Andrews, Cher and Dolly Parton?

Well now you can! ADHD The Musical: Can I have your Attention please? is a wonderful mix of facts, storytelling and some cracking original show tunes.

“I laughed, I learnt, I had a wonderful time. The show was amazing.” – Audience member

Book online here or buy tickets in person from the social club.

For enquiries, contact Crode.socialclub@gmail.com / or phone 01953 788219 during their opening hours.

This event will be BSL interpreted

 

Nomadland + Short Film: Lost Connections

A woman in her sixties who, after losing everything in the Great Recession, embarks on a journey through the American West, living as a van-dwelling modern-day nomad.

Also screening:

Lost Connections, a new short film that offers a poetic response to the experience of the Coronavirus pandemic. Made possible through a unique UK-wide collaboration of national and regional publicly-funded film archives, Lost Connections draws on a century of archive footage that invites reflections on loss, loneliness, isolation, and expressions of desire, optimism, hope and renewal.

Commissioned by

Film Hub North on behalf of the BFI Film Audience Network