THE SOCIAL NETWORK (12) (2010), Friday 13 January, 2pm, Doncaster Little Theatre - Written by Aaron Sorkin, Directed by David Fincher
“You don’t get to 500 million friends without making a few enemies”. The story of Facebook. It’s 2003 and geeky computer programmer Mark Zuckerberg begins working on a new idea.It soon becomes a global social network making him the world’s youngest billionaire. But for this entrepreneur, success leads to both personal and legal complications Starring Jesse Eisenberg as Mark Zuckerburg. Tickets £5.
The Wedding Show, Doncaster Racecourse, Sunday 15 January, 11am to 4pm.
Planning your perfect wedding is an exciting but daunting task, so what better place to start than a wedding show?
With over 70 exhibitors, the Town Moor show is one of the largest in the area and the best possible place to begin your preparations.
The exhibitors will be on hand to provide help and advice, ideas and inspiration and if it isn’t here - it doesn’t exist. The event will once again feature two professionally choreographed fashion shows throughout the day, featuring a wide range of gowns from various suppliers from around the region, and also a collection of menswear, bridesmaid dresses and mother-of-the bride occasion wear. Pre-booked tickets - £2.50 per adult, tickets purchased on the day - £3.00 per adult, under 16s free of charge.
Psychic demonstration with Andrew Beasley, Sunday, January 15, Bawtry Phoenix Theatre - Due to a sell out at the last show, Andrew will be returning to the theatre for another evening of clairvoyance and psychic demonstrations. If you attended the last event or have seen the photographs from the November show, you will recall the paranormal interference from the resident Methodist Preacher ‘John’. This further event at the theatre and help raise money towards the roof fund. A fantastic figure was raised towards the theatre’s funds last time and also £66 towards children in need. As we are limited to seat numbers, it is advisable to reserve seats by telephoning Amy 07889219218. The tickets do not need to be paid for until the evening on the door. For further information and to see photographs of the last event, please visit www.andybeasley.co.uk. Tickets are £10 each.
Moscow City Ballet present Nutcracker, Sheffield Lyceum Theatre, Saturday, January 14, 7.45pm. Following a glittering production of Swan Lake in 2011, Moscow City Ballet return to the Lyceum stage with The Nutcracker.
Discover the magical story of Clara, swept away to a spectacular winter wonderland by the Nutcracker Prince.
Set to Tchaikovskys enchanting score and featuring unforgettable dances such as the Sugar Plum Fairy, this is the perfect festive treat for all the family.
Tickets from £20.
Rovers play at home against Cardiff City on Saturday, January 14, 3pm. Keepmoat Stadium