Tuesday 24th May at 20.00


Merian C. Cooper & Ernest Schoedsack (1925)

The film is Marguerite Harrison's documentation of a journey from Angora (modern-day Ankara, Turkey) to the Bakhtiari lands of western Iran. From there following Haidar Khan as he leads 50,000 of his people and countless animals on a harrowing trek across the Karun River and over Zard Kuh, the highest peak in the Zagros Mountains. In filming the journey, Cooper, Schoedsack, and Harrison became the first Westerners to make the migration with the Bakhtiari.

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Next live on stage and online:

Thursday 26th May, 20.00

Barnaby Keen & Band
Lead singer and creative force behind the brilliant Flying Ibex, Barnaby Keen has written with Rag n Bone Man and Marcus Foster. Keen´s music fuses Brazillian melodies with Beatle-esque psychedelia, African rhythms and nods to Thom Yorke and Jamaican reggae. Built around guitar, vocal and loops, what emerges is a unique, woozily catchy set of highly accessible world-music infused songs, all delivered with charismatic flair.

Barnaby Keen – vocals/guitar/composition

Sam Crowe – keyboards

Jake Long - drums

Fred Thomas - bass

‘Stunning music’ - Simon Raymond, Bella Union

´I’m smitten with this record’ - Tom Ravenscroft BBC6 Music

‘This is something special’ - James Blake, BBC Radio 1

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QEII Jubilee Bank Holiday: Thursday, June.2nd , 20.00

Click here to reserve a seat in our theatre, encourage young musicians and support Cherubim Music Trust who provide music instruments to emerging talents.
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