5 Things- This Week in Staines


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1.

Go to the Hobgoblin, Staines and see Kill The Baddies

Kill The Baddies at Staines

Kill The Baddies at The Hob, Staines Sunday Jan 27 2008 7:00PM £2

Kill The Baddies formed in 2006 to fight evil and corruption with the power of ROCK! Formerly “And A Thousand Elephants”, KTB have a breadth of experience playing live shows all over London and the South-East of England whilst based in Surrey. Kill The Baddies have just finished their 5 track CD, “Who Is This Girl?”. This year Kill The Baddies were invited to play at Guilfest, which turned out to be an absolutely storming show.

Roj – Vocals

Mikey – Guitar and Backing Vocals

Joe – Bass

Will – Lead Guitar

Jody – Drums

http://www.myspace.com/killthebaddiesmusic

The Hobgoblin Pub
Staines, Middlesex UK

2.

Go to see Avenged Sevenfold – London Tickets

Avenged Sevenfold - only LONDON gig- tickets still available


Avenged Sevenfold at Carling Brixton Academy THU 24-JAN-08 DOORS 19:00

LIVE NATION PRESENTS
AVENGED SEVENFOLD
AT
CARLING ACADEMY BRIXTON
U14S WITH ADULT IN CIRCLE
THU 24-JAN-08 DOORS 19:00

STANDING DOWNSTAIRS
£17.50

UNRESERVED SEATING/REAR STANDING
£17.50

As musicians, the members of Avenged Sevenfold (A7X) are definite virtuosos in a time when being accomplished artists seemingly means so little. They are inquisitive and never fully satisfied with their own work. They seek to grow and improve every day, regardless of the obstacles or costs involved.

They are a rock band. They are rock stars. They are Avenged Sevenfold.

Click here for tickets- few still remaining !

http://www.myspace.com/avengedsevefold

3.

Go see Sweeney Todd at Vue Cinema Staines

Sweeney Todd at VUE cinema Staines

Sweeney Todd at Vue Staines Thursday 24th Jan 2008 Cert 18

Victorian England is the setting for this harrowing melodrama. Benjamin Barker is living a simple life as a barber with his wife Lucy and his daughter Johanna when the lust of a judge throws all of their lives into chaos. The judge has Benjamin Barker deported to Australia, and it is many years later that he returns to England, under the pseudonym Sweeney Todd with revenge on his heart. He wishes to reclaim his family and punish the judge and the society who destroyed it. With the help of Mrs. Lovett a pie shop owner who had known Sweeney and his family all of those years ago, Sweeney goes about seeking vengeance and reaping the benefits of that bloody journey.

Director: Tim Burton
Cast: Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter, Alan Rickman, Timothy Spall, Sacha Baron Cohen, Anthony Head

Thursday 24th January 14:50 17:40 20:30
cert: 18.No-one younger than 18 may see an ‘18’ film in a cinema. running time: 116 mins

Vue Cinema, Two Rivers, Staines

4.

Go see the work of Allen Jones – Pop Artist

Allen Jones at the TATE

The Allen Jones display- TATE BRITAIN until 10th Feb 2008 – FREE ENTRY

Allen Jones

To celebrate his 70th birthday Tate Britain is presenting a display of Allen Jones’s paintings which sets his most recent multi-part canvases against some of his early 1960s work.

Like other Pop artists of his generation, Jones drew upon popular culture for his imagery. He is best known for controversial depictions of female figures based on the style of 1940s and 1950s fetish magazines. There is also an important technical
side to his work, much of which has been in opposition to the formalist doctrine of abstract painting. His work has become increasingly complex in terms of the space he creates and, since the 1980s, paintings of parties, performers and the theatre
even suggest a narrative. This is especially clear in his latest, multi-part works which are on display until 10 February 2008.

Free Entry – Tate Britain

Millbank
London SW1P 4RG

From Staines by rail to Vauxhall (850 metres approx.) and Victoria

Sponsored by BP British Art Displays Part of the BP British Art Displays 1500-2007

5.

Go to see The 39 Steps at Richmond Theatre

The 39 Steps at RICHMOND theatre

The 39 Steps Richmond Theatre Tue 22 Jan to Sat 26 Jan 2008

The 39 Steps
Richmond Theatre

Adapted by Patrick Barlow
From an original concept by Simon Corble and Nobby Dimon. Directed by Maria Aitken.

Literally nothing has been cut from this hilarious and exciting version of Britain’s most spell-binding thriller with four actors playing a minimum of one hundred and thirty nine roles. Legendary scenes include ‘The Chase on the Flying Scotsman’,
‘The rather provocative ‘bedroom’ sequence’ and the death-defying (or nearly!)‘Finale at the London Palladium!’

Performances:

Tue 22 Jan: 7:45pm
Wed 23 Jan: 2:30pm, 7:45pm
Thu 24 Jan: 7:45pm
Fri 25 Jan: 7:45pm
Sat 26 Jan: 2:30pm, 7:45pm

Box Office: 0870 060 6651

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