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Last event: Wednesday 14 March at 6.30pm
  • £11.50 (each transaction contains a £1 per ticket booking fee)
    £1 of the ticket price goes to Macmillan Cancer Support
  • Storyhouse Theatre

AmaSing comes to Chester this March for three special concerts.


Please ensure you book the correct performance for your school:-

Mon 12 March 2018
Cherry Grove | St Clares | Upton West Lea | St Werburghs | Dee Point | St Martins Academy | Kelsall | Meadow County Primary | Eccleston | The Kings School | Doddleston

Tue 13 March 2018
St Saviours | St Mary of the Angels | St Theresas | St Lukes | The University Free School | Chester Blue Coat | Overleigh | Hoole | Acresfield | The Queens School | The Hammond School | Abbeygate Prep School

Wed 14 March 2018
Mill View | Lache | Waverton | Boughton Heath | The Arches | Highfield | Guilden Sutton | The Firs | St Bernards | Abbeygate College | St Oswalds


Approx 120 mins

Cinema Arcadia (12A)

1 hr 28 | Scouring 100 years of archive footage, BAFTA-winner Paul Wright constructs an exhilarating study of the British people’s shifting — and contradictory — relationship to the land.

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Cinema The Piano (15)

2 hrs 1 | The 25th anniversary re-issue of Jane Campion’s acclaimed and multi-award-winning film. British composer Michael Nyman provided the hypnotic soundtrack.

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Cinema Fistful of Dollars (15)

1 hr 36 | Sergio Lenone’s classic ‘spaghetti western’ back on the big screen in a new 4K digital restoration with the unforgettable score by Ennio Morricone.

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Cinema Lift to the Scaffold (PG)

1 hr 28 | Louis Malle’s debut crime drama starring Jeanne Moreau as a femme fatale. Miles Davis composed and recorded the film’s original jazz score.

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Cinema Leave No Trace (PG)

1 hr 49 | A riveting and complex drama about an army vet living off-grid in the American Wilderness with his 13 year old daughter Tom. From the director of Winter’s Bone.

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Mary Shelley (12A)

2 hrs 1 | The biopic of Mary Shelly, 200 years on from the publication of her extraordinary novel Frankenstein.

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Sing (U)

1 hr 48 | In a world populated by animals a singing contest is launched in the hope of boosting the fortunes of an old theatre and its Koala bear owner.

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Cinema McQueen (15)

1 hr 51 | Alexander McQueen’s rags-to-riches story is told in this intimate documentary of McQueen’s own world, celebrating his profound influence.

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Cinema Ocean’s 8 (12A)

1 hr 50 | Debbie Ocean is ready to assemble the perfect all-woman team to pull off the diamond heist of a life-time. A stellar cast brings glitz, glamour and bags of style to the normally male-dominated genre.

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Cinema 2001: A Space Odyssey (U)

2 hrs 30 | The 50th anniversary re-issue of Stanley Kubrick’s ground-breaking science fiction. Touching on major themes of human existence, evolution, technology and artificial intelligence, this classic film still feels extremely modern.

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