9:46am Wednesday 3rd April 2013
THERE'S lots in store at Winchester's Discovery Centre in May.
Children of Men Wed 1 May at 8pm. Free film screening. Partly filmed in Alresford and based on the bestselling book by PD James this free film screening is open to everyone.
Robin Ince: The Importance of Being Interested Sat 4 May at 7.30pm. £12.50. Award winning comedian and science enthusiast Robin Ince takes a look at his favourite scientists – Charles Darwin and Feynman. A loving look into the minds of two giants of human imagination who changed our worldview.
The Girl with the Iron Claws Sun 5 May at 2pm. £6. For ages 8+. A story about a girl who dares to follow her longing. Based on a powerful Nordic myth, which shares its roots with Beauty and the Beast, this is a fierce coming-of-age tale about identity, passion and the willingness to love.
Meet the Author: Kate Humble Thu 9 May at 7.30pm. Join television presenter in conversation about her debut book Humble by Nature.
Bandera Latina Sat 11 May at 7.30pm. £10. With exhilarating flamenco style soloing and passionate vocals, the Bandera Latina sound has enthralled audiences throughout Europe and return to the Winchester for one night only.
Brahms Piano Trios Sun 19 May at 6.30pm. £15. Brahms Piano Trio in C minor, op. 101; Brahms Piano pieces and Brahms Piano Trio in B, op. 8 with the popular London Bridge Ensemble.
Four Farces Thu 23 May at 7.30pm. £10 / £12 on the door. An evening of pure pleasure! Four English one act farces from the the 19th Century in a breathlessly imaginative, inventive style.
Chris Wood Sat 25 May at 7.30pm. £15. Folk Singer of the Year and Best Original Track Winner (BBC Folk Awards 2011) visits Winchester with his contemporary take on the tradition of folk.
To book a place on any of these events, visit Winchester Discovery Centre on Jewry Street, call 01962 873603 or visit hants.gov.uk/wdc - advance booking is strongly recommended.
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