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Kumiko The Treasure Hunter (12A)

Dir: David Zellner 2014

A lonely Japanese woman abandons her structured life in Tokyo. She heads to the Minnesota wilderness to find a satchel of money rumoured to be hidden there.

WHY? ‘A miraculously subtle performance by Rinko Kikuchi and some striking photography bolster this engaging if quirky odyssey’ Empire Magazine


White God (15)

Dir: Kornél Mundruczó 2014 (Hungarian with English subtitles)

A stunning allegorical tale. Legions of abandoned dogs share an instinct for savage retribution against their human oppressors.

WHY? ‘A fantasia of canine madness that looks sometimes like a horror-thriller… sometimes like a tribute to Hitchcock's The Birds’ ★★★★ The Guardian


Voodoo Room - A Tribute to the Music of Jimi Hendrix and Cream

Paying homage to the first super groups of classic blues and rock.

Their refreshingly energetic and unpretentious live show is not to be missed! Voodoo Room deliver a full on show that features all the Hendrix and Cream hits, performed with an energy and virtuosity that transcends tribute band status.
The sheer musical ability of the band is a force to be reckoned with - it is simply great music performed by great players of genuine pedigree.

WHY? The last time the band were at Norden Farm, the crowd would not let them go!


A Strange Wild Song

In northern France in the Second World War, three children encounter a lost American soldier in the ruins of their village.

Decades later, the soldier's camera is unearthed and his grandson tries to solve the mystery of the photographs inside. He discovers a world of childhood and imagination, as fragments of war explode into present day.

This tour is presented by house.

WHY? Accompanied by an original, award-winning score


The Willows

The folk band’s first album was nominated for Best Debut in the Spiral Earth Awards and was followed by performances at the Cambridge Folk Festival, Towersey Festival and Secret Garden Party.

Between them, the band play shruti box, banjo, guitar, violin, dobro, and bodhran. They perform original, traditional and covered songs side by side.

WHY? ‘They sort of straddle the worlds between Americana and English roots music and do it in a very very deft way’ Mike Harding Folk Show

This event is on sale to Bronze, Silver and Gold members until Friday 27 March


Click here to visit The Willows website


NT Live: A View from the Bridge

Encore screenings of the Young Vic’s sell-out production, starring Mark Strong.

Arthur Miller confronts the American dream in this dark and passionate tale.

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1 day ago Comedy, confusion and Celtic fiddles -

2 days ago Pleased to confirm that seasoned compere @maffbrown will be supporting Christian O'Connell @OC tonight! #Maidenhead #comedy

2 days ago @ArtontheStreet Yes deffo! Have a fab weekend! x

2 days ago RT @DaveVeniar: Tickets booked to see @AuntyDonnaBoys at @nordenfarm in July. Unbelievably excited!

2 days ago RT @ModsBandUK: @nordenfarm Don't miss "The Mods" on Saturday 18th April. Classic Mod tunes only! #WeAreTheMods

3 days ago A Bitesize round up of what's coming up -

3 days ago Olivia Vinall has starred in King Lear and Othello at The National Theatre. She has also appeared in Casualty and...

3 days ago Thank you @ArtontheStreet for arranging the press call - look forward to seeing @MaidenheadAds next week!