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1st June 2022 @ 7pm

WIDCOMBE SOCIAL CLUB £7 | CONCESSION £5 | BSU STUDENTS £5

Fateful Friendship

Two friends discover a bond to last lifetimes.

This two woman show brings together some of Shakespeare’s feisty, witty and adventurous female characters to tell a newly formed tale of two young women dabbling in a touch of magic to discover what their future might hold! Combining the thoughts of a variety of well loved characters from multiple Shakespeare plays, Momentum Acts presents a story about the strength of friendship and sisterhood in the face of unknown possibilities. 

 

Social Media: Website:

www.momentumacts.com

Facebook, Instagram and Twitter:

 @momentumacts

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1st June 2022 @ 9pm

WIDCOMBE SOCIAL CLUB £5 | CONCESSION £3 | BSU STUDENTS £3

Lock up your sons. Daughters run free!

A monologue collage of newly written feminist work, dealing with sexual assualt through humour and a hopeful outlook to the future. Raising awareness for both men and women. We invite you to an after show discussion. Four women on stage. Sharing their stories, uninterrupted. This is their space, their time. A perfect night out, a nightmare, a perfect relationship, blurry lines, where is the line? Every woman has a story.

Recommended 16+ 

 

Social Media : Instagram profile

@daughters_run_free

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2nd June 2022 @ 7pm

WIDCOMBE SOCIAL CLUB £5 | CONCESSION £3 | BSU STUDENTS £3

Signs

What defines healthy communication? This family of five discover their communication between each other through the simple things in life. Through stylised movement and physical theatre, we express the activities of everyday occurrences through the spoken and unspoken, and the heard and unheard. Using aspects of sign language and abstract movement, we aim to raise awareness of the deaf community, bringing a unique style of theatre and a new way of observing everyday life around us. 

Social Media: Instagram  @signs_sparkfest

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2nd June 2022 @ 9pm

WIDCOMBE SOCIAL CLUB £5 | CONCESSION £3 | BSU STUDENTS £3

Acting Showcase 2 (Screening)

The First screening of two collections created by our graduating acting students. The final year students have been tasked with exploring the collaborative process of making a new performance piece, either from an existing text or an entirely new work.

Films be screened and social media 

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Insta @denvermb

Manly Adventures of Leslie Hicks

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3rd June 2022 @ 7pm

WIDCOMBE SOCIAL CLUB £5 | CONCESSION £3 | BSU STUDENTS £3

I Have More Souls Than One

 

Have you ever been hurt in a relationship? How about causing hurt in a relationship? Perhaps you’ve done both...I Have More Souls Than One is a devised contemporary dance and drama performance, exploring the complexities of human relationships.

This story flows between the abstract and naturalistic worlds of two young women struggling with their insecurities and vulnerability. Despite the pain and miscommunications is there still room for compassion and hope? 

 

Social Media: @ellizagrosoaie     @nadya.creativearts

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3rd June 2022 @ 9pm

WIDCOMBE SOCIAL CLUB £5 | CONCESSION £3 | BSU STUDENTS £3

Black Thoughts and Dark Needs

 

Have you ever wondered why people kill?

What makes people do terrible things?

Come for a pint and find out what drove some ordinary people to murder. 

4th June 2022 @ 2pm

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WIDCOMBE SOCIAL CLUB £5 | CONCESSION £3 | BSU STUDENTS £3

Acting Showcase 3 (Screening)

The second screening of short films created by our graduating acting students. The final year students have been tasked with exploring the collaborative process of making a new performance piece, either from an existing text or an entirely new work.

Films to be screened: 

 

Adventures in Derali

WIDCOMBE SOCIAL CLUB £5 | CONCESSION £3 | BSU STUDENTS £3

The Grand Deception of Tyson Jones

Luther Glenn has a saloon, Tyson Jones is the biggest small time outlaw the west has ever seen. Luther can’t cope with Tyson anymore and enlists the help is of his adventurous, inventive sister Daisy Glenn, to bring Tyson’s reign to an end. Tyson’s reckless and dangerous but Luther and Daisy are cunning and tricky. Can they outwit Tyson or will Tyson’s grip on the town remain? 

4th June 2022 @ 7pm

4th June 2022 @ 9pm

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WIDCOMBE SOCIAL CLUB £5 | CONCESSION £3 | BSU STUDENTS £3

Bath Time

 

A daft, semi-improvised crash- course through the history of the City of Bath (World Heritage Site). Highly educational. Jaw- droppingly so, in fact.

Five comedians, Evan, George, James, Kes and Kobe, improvise, clown, sing and dance their way from the age of the dinosaurs to the tearooms frequented by Jane Austen, and from the Roman invasion to Hitler’s decision not to invade (ish). Pigs in mud, red noses and Bath buns.

Think Horrible Histories but with less commercial success.

Presented in association with The Last Hurrah 

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MUSIC

GIGS

PRIVATE BOOKINGS

Bands, Vinyl DJs,

Folk Sessions

Comedy, Cabaret,

Film Screenings, Fairs and Festivals

Parties, Wedding Receptions, Wakes

CLASSES

MEETINGS

Yoga, Pilates, Dance, Languages

Conferences, Training, Meeting Spaces

 

OUR ROOMS

A variety of spaces and function rooms for a wide range of bookings and activities

 

ABOUT US

Widcombe Social Club is a non-profit community focused venue catering classes and events for both local and regional groups. We are a registered charitable organisation and host various community events throughout the year - we also work in partnership with local charities to provide a space from which to plan, network, and fund-raise for their causes.

The WSC has been an important part of the area's heritage since it's inception in 1899 - originally found at 25 Claverton Buildings on Widcombe's high-street as the 'Widcombe Workmen’s Club', it officially became 'Widcombe Social Club' after moving to its new and current premises in 1970.

Old Widcombe Social Club

After a multi-million pound redevelopment deal was completed in 2012, the face of the Social Club (and with it Widcombe Hill) was changed forever - re-opening in 2016, the 'New Club' is a light and modern venue which still holds true to its historic roots, retaining its membership system in a more inclusive form and acting as a hub for community-ran events and providing entertainment with local audiences in mind. Find out more about our history here!

FIND US

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Yes, we are a dog friendly venue!

If you have any questions or comments please send us a quick message and we'll get back to you!

Widcombe Hill

Bath

BA2 6AA

info@widcombesocialclub.co.uk


Tel: 01225 460 456

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