* Tickets can be bought online – simply click the ‘Buy Tickets’ symbol for each event and follow the instructions, this is a secure external Ticketing App provided by Ticket-Source

* Tickets can also be bought in person from the Athenaeum Centre Box Office Monday – Saturday, 10.30am -1pm

* You can pay with cash or credit/debit card,  We do not store any credit card information on the Athenaeum premises, Box Office PC or on our server.

* Please note, we do not offer any refunds for missed shows/customer cancellations or un-equal seat exchanges.

* All ticket prices include a 50p donation to our Building Restoration Fund.

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* The Box Office will be open to receive guests approximately ¾ hour before the start time.

* Please remember to bring your tickets or E-ticket printed or on Mobile, with you on the night of the show/performance.

* Please note; we do not permit food or drink in the auditorium at any time

All Aboard

2nd Oct to 3rd Oct

2pm & 6pm

All Aboard

The Centre Stage Perform – Cruise Ship!

SHOW DATES:
Saturday 2nd October – 2pm

Saturday 2nd October – 6pm
Sunday 3rd October – 2pm

Sunday 3rd October – 6pm

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Ticket sales start on 13th Sept


Parasite

2 hour 12 minutes Cert. 15 (South Korea – 2019)

Best Film at last year’s Oscars. The Kims are a poor family living in a shabby, cramped basement apartment in a working class commercial district of Seoul. They perpetrate minor scams to get by and, even when they have jobs, they do the minimum work required. Ki-woo is the son who has dreams of getting out of poverty by one day going to university. Despite not having that education, he is chosen by his friend to take over his tutoring job at the home of The Parks, a wealthy family with a grand modernistic house. Ki-woo sees an opportunity for a grand scam, and plots to replace the staff with his own family members. How far will they go in their quest to become their version of the Parks. Contains some scenes of violence.

Non members tickets £5.50

  • Please note; A limited number of guest tickets for films are available in advance online or from the box office. If the advance tickets sell out, more tickets may be available on the door on the day.
  • There will be no social distancing in the auditorium, sit where you wish on the night.
  • Face coverings are no longer mandatory, and it will be at the discretion of film goers if they wish to wear their mask.
  • We will not need to take tracing contact details as we will have your details from your booking.
  • We will encourage hand sanitising. Subject to current Government regulations at the time of the film.

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The History of the Military on Salisbury Plain

22nd Oct to 23rd Oct

10am to 4pm

Military on Salisbury Plain

An exhibition by local historian and enthusiast James Kirkwood, dispalying items about the military use of Salisbury Plain from 1897 to present day, items include: deactivated firearms, munitions, maps, photos, written words, posters, certain bits of uniform kit and much more.

James has been fascinated by the topic for many years and is a friend and helper of St Giles Church – Imber, and can normally can be seen welcoming folk to the annual Remembrance Service held at the church.

But on this occasion he indulges in his passion of the wider military use of Salisbury Plain.

The display will be in the Gallery Room of the Athenaeum.

  • Friday 10th September
  • Saturday 11th September
  • 10am – 4pm
  • Free Event !

Face coverings are no longer mandatory, and it will be at the discretion of visitors if they wish to wear their mask. We will not need to take tracing contact details and we encourage hand sanitising.
Event subject to current Government regulations at the time


Oliver!

28th Oct to 31st Oct

7pm + Sun matinee 2pm

Oliver!

The Athenaeum Masqueraders are back with the classic musical Oliver!

From the 2018 & 2019 NODA SW Best Musical nominated group, who brought shows like 9 to 5 The Musical, The Addams Family and The Full Monty and Legally Blonde, The Athenaeum Masqueraders bring to you the “Ageless, timeless and matchless” (Sunday Express); musical OLIVER! by Lionel Bart in celebration of their 20th anniversary year in 2020.

About The Show:

This terrific piece of musical theatre is an adaptation of the classic Charles Dickins novel Oliver Twist following the story of the title character Oliver and his journey around Victorian England as an orphan. Starting his life in a Workhouse, Oliver travels to London and finds himself getting involved with a gang of pickpockets led by Fagin! When Oliver fails to successfully pick the pockets of Mr Brownlow who kindly takes him in, Oliver finds himself at risk hunted by Bill Sykes and Nancy who endeavour to get him back so that they can protect themselves, Fagin and the rest of the pickpocket gang from being exposed.

Featuring huge musical numbers such as Food, Glorious, Food!, Consider Yourself, Fine Life and As Long as He Needs Me by Lionel Bart, this is “A terrific show. A masterpiece – extraordinary, powerful and gritty.” (Mail on Sunday).

You can really consider yourself part of the Family with Oliver!

TICKETS:
Adults: £14
Concessions: £12
Group discount: Buy 10 seats and get 1 free.

SHOW DATES:
Thursday 28th Oct – 7 pm Start.
Friday . . .29th Oct – 7 pm Start.
Saturday Evening – 30th Oct – 7 pm Start.
Sunday Matinee – 31st Oct – 2 pm Start.

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CREDITS:
Book, Music and Lyrics by Lionel Bart
Orchestral arrangements by William David Brohn
Original orchestrations adapted by Stephen MetcalfeThis amateur production is presented by arrangement with Music Theatre International (Europe) All authorised performance materials are also supplied by MTI Europe www.mtishows.co.uk


Misbehaviour

3rd Nov

7.30pm

Misbehaviour

1 hours 45 minutes Cert. 12A (UK/France – 2020)

Based on true events, single mother Sally Alexander (Keira Knightley), struggles against sexist attitudes at her London university and is active in a women’s group. Eventually she meets up with Jo Robinson (Jessie Buckley), a radical feminist who lives in a commune. Together, with other like minded women, they hatch a plan to disrupt the 1970 Miss World competition hosted by Bob Hope at the Royal Albert Hall. The result is unexpected and caused a sensation at the time.

Non members tickets £5.50

  • Please note; A limited number of guest tickets for films are available in advance online or from the box office. If the advance tickets sell out, more tickets may be available on the door on the day.
  • There will be no social distancing in the auditorium, sit where you wish on the night.
  • Face coverings are no longer mandatory, and it will be at the discretion of film goers if they wish to wear their mask.
  • We will not need to take tracing contact details as we will have your details from your booking.
  • We will encourage hand sanitising. Subject to current Government regulations at the time of the film.

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David Copperfied

2 hours Cert. PG (UK/USA – 2019)

A fresh, distinctive and fun take on Charles Dickens’ semi-autobiographical masterpiece. The Personal History of David Copperfield, set in the 1840s, chronicles the life of its iconic title character (Dev Patel) as he navigates a chaotic world to find his elusive place within it. From his unhappy childhood to the discovery of his gift as a storyteller and writer, David’s journey is by turns hilarious and tragic, but always full of life, colour and humanity. An all star cast.

Non members tickets £5.50

  • Please note; A limited number of guest tickets for films are available in advance online or from the box office. If the advance tickets sell out, more tickets may be available on the door on the day.
  • There will be no social distancing in the auditorium, sit where you wish on the night.
  • Face coverings are no longer mandatory, and it will be at the discretion of film goers if they wish to wear their mask.
  • We will not need to take tracing contact details as we will have your details from your booking.
  • We will encourage hand sanitising. Subject to current Government regulations at the time of the film.

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Jeeves & Wooster in Perfect Nonsense

25th Nov to 27th Nov

All dates 7.30pm + matinee 2.30pm on 27th

Jeeves & Wooster


A play from the works of P. G. Wodehouse
Adapted by The Goodale Brothers
Directed by Penelope J. H. Christopher

Take your seats with caution! Aristocratic buffoon, Bertram Wooster, has hired the theatre for the night to present his one-man show detailing a recent and rather spectacular series of misadventures, including the theft of a silver cow creamer and a narrow escape from matrimony.

Bertie soon runs into trouble. Will the show be a disaster? Will the scenery stay upright? Or will his trusty manservant Jeeves step in and save the day?

In a joyous reimagining of the classic P. G. Wodehouse characters, three actors hurl themselves from role to role as they tell the story of Bertie’s farcical adventures.

Show Dates:
Thursday 25th Nov – 7.30pm
Friday 26th Nov – 7.30pm
Saturday 27th Nov – 2.30pm matinee
Saturday 27th Nov – 7.30pm

All Tickets: £12

Jamie House has been a regular on the Atheneum stage for eight years now after taking to the boards for the first time as Manuel in Fawlty Towers in 2013. Since then, he has appeared in many different shows from Shakespeare to pantomime, from musicals to TV comedies. His most recent roles include Frederick Fleet in Titanic the Musical at the Memorial Theatre in Frome, Pike in Dad’s Army in 2018 and Prince Ludwig in Blackadder II in 2019.

Being a huge fan of classic British comedy, he is thrilled to have been asked to take on the role of Jeeves (and others) in Jeeves and Wooster!

Mark Whitwood moved to Westbury from Cornwall nearly six years ago and has continued to enjoy his participation in theatrical productions, something that has been in his blood continuously from his schooldays. Since living locally, he has performed with Apollo productions and was thrilled to be a part of Oddity Theatre’s production of Sister Act, playing Monsignor O’Hara. He has been fortunate in playing some comedy parts with ALPs alongside the more sombre role of Tom Oakley in Goodnight, Mister Tom. Mark was excited finally to return to the stage after lockdown, playing Mr Bumble in Masqueraders’ production of Oliver! and now participating in this mad cap retelling of Bertie Wooster’s capers, assisted by Jeeves and Seppings.

This is Andrew Chapman’s sixth show with ALPs. After playing one of his major comedic inspirations in Blackadder II two years ago, now he is now back for another, Bertram Wilberforce Wooster. He also played Bernard in Yes, Prime Minister and Captain Lombard in And Then There Were None. The past couple of years may have been tricky, but Jeeves will sort it out, he is good at that sort of thing.


C’est La Vie

8th Dec

7.30pm

C’est La Vie!

2 hours – Cert. 15 – (France – 2017 – Subtitles)

Pierre is marrying Héléna and he wants his wedding party to be first rate. He has secured the services of Max Angély, a seasoned caterer, and the reception is to take place in a sumptuous 17th century castle. The rich, arrogant bridegroom demands that everything go according to plan. Max assures him that this will be the case, but what he fails to tell him is that his misfit team is not up to much. Can he save the day?

Non members tickets £5.50

  • Please note; A limited number of guest tickets for films are available in advance online or from the box office. If the advance tickets sell out, more tickets may be available on the door on the day.
  • There will be no social distancing in the auditorium, sit where you wish on the night.
  • Face coverings are no longer mandatory, and it will be at the discretion of film goers if they wish to wear their mask.
  • We will not need to take tracing contact details as we will have your details from your booking.
  • We will encourage hand sanitising. Subject to current Government regulations at the time of the film.

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The Father

12th Jan

7.30pm

The Father

1 hours 35 minutes Cert. 12A (UK/France – 2020)

Having scared off his last carer, Anthony, (Anthony Hopkins) an ailing, octogenarian gradually succumbing to dementia, feels abandoned when Anne, (Olivia Coleman) his daughter, tells him she’s moving to Paris. Confused and upset, against the backdrop of a warped perspective and his rapid, heart-rending mental decline, Anthony is starting to lose his grip on reality, struggling to navigate present and past. Now, as faded memories and glimpses of lucidity trigger sudden mood swings, Anthony’s surroundings, and even time itself become distorted. Hopkins deservedly won the best actor award at this year’s Oscars.

Non members tickets £5.50

  • Please note; A limited number of guest tickets for films are available in advance online or from the box office. If the advance tickets sell out, more tickets may be available on the door on the day.
  • There will be no social distancing in the auditorium, sit where you wish on the night.
  • Face coverings are no longer mandatory, and it will be at the discretion of film goers if they wish to wear their mask.
  • We will not need to take tracing contact details as we will have your details from your booking.
  • We will encourage hand sanitising. Subject to current Government regulations at the time of the film.

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The Last Bus

26th Jan

7.30pm

The Last Bus

1 hour 25 minutes – Cert. 15 (UK – 2021)

A heart-warming tale about Tom (Timothy Spall), a pensioner whose wife, Mary (Phyllis Logan), has just passed away. He travels all the way from from John O’Groats to Land’s End, using his free bus pass. and carries his wife’s ashes with him in a small suitcase. There he intends to scatter them at the place where they first met. Along the way, his adventures are recorded by the people he meets and helps, and by the end of his trip he has unwittingly become a social media celebrity.

Non members tickets £5.50

  • Please note; A limited number of guest tickets for films are available in advance online or from the box office. If the advance tickets sell out, more tickets may be available on the door on the day.
  • There will be no social distancing in the auditorium, sit where you wish on the night.
  • Face coverings are no longer mandatory, and it will be at the discretion of film goers if they wish to wear their mask.
  • We will not need to take tracing contact details as we will have your details from your booking.
  • We will encourage hand sanitising. Subject to current Government regulations at the time of the film.

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ALL FLOYD 2022 TOUR

29th Jan

7.30pm

All Floyd 2022

ALL FLOYD’s 2022 tour brings more of the classic Pink Floyd anthology to shows throughout the year, all faithfully recreated in the meticulous detail now expected by All Floyd fans.

Delivered with stunning visuals and world-class sound system (Surround sound in selected Theatres) the 2022 tour builds on the successes of previous tours to both astound and impress even the most hardened of tribute act doubters……

Number after number turned out immaculately, note-perfect, complete with backing singers and that wonderful, rich throbbing sound that Floyd fans will be familiar with. Messers Mason, Gilmour, Waters, Wright & Barrett would have been proud to hear their music so faithfully rendered. Close your eyes and they could have been in the room. They weren’t, but they could have been

This is a show not to miss, a spectacular and honest display of Pink Floyd’s rich musical legacy featuring tracks from Meddle and the iconic Dark Side of the Moon through to The Division Bell.

Date – Sat 29th Jan 2022 – 7.30pm 

  • Earlybird Tickets – £16 (ends 30th Nov 2021 & discount will only be visible on final payment page)
  • All Tickets – £18 from 1st Dec onwards.

Website: www.allfloyd.co.uk
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Dream Horse

16th Feb

7.30pm

Dream Horse

1 hour 50 minutes Cert. PG (UK- 2020)

The inspiring true story of Dream Alliance, an unlikely race horse bred by small town Welsh bartender Jan Vokes (Toni Collette). With little money and no experience, Jan convinces her neighbours to chip in their meagre earnings to raise Dream in the hope that he can compete with the racing elite. The group’s investment pays off as Dream rises through the ranks to race in the Welsh Grand National.

Non members tickets £5.50

  • Please note; A limited number of guest tickets for films are available in advance online or from the box office. If the advance tickets sell out, more tickets may be available on the door on the day.
  • There will be no social distancing in the auditorium, sit where you wish on the night.
  • Face coverings are no longer mandatory, and it will be at the discretion of film goers if they wish to wear their mask.
  • We will not need to take tracing contact details as we will have your details from your booking.
  • We will encourage hand sanitising. Subject to current Government regulations at the time of the film.

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