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What’s on at the Sub Rooms in January

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Coming up at the Sub Rooms in January:

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Beauty & The Beast – 1st Jan 2pm – from £19. Start the year with this seasonal gem and join us for the last performance of a tale as old as time, Beauty & The Beast. We promise this panto is bigger, better and more beautiful and beastly than ever before! Wed 22nd Dec – 1st Jan.

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Stroud Film Society presents First Cow (15) – 11th Jan 8pm – £8. In the 1820’s a taciturn loner and skilled cooked travels West to Oregon Territory where he meets a Chinese immigrant also seeking his fortune. Soon, the two team up on a dangerous scheme to steal milk from the wealthy landowner’s prized Jersey cow – the first, and only, in the territory. For every Butch Cassidy there’s a mild-mannered man trying to make an almost-honest living. Since it’s Berlin premiere, First Cow has been hailed as a soul-soother that redefines the Western genre.

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Stroud Film Society presents Promising Young Woman (15) – 25th Jan 8pm – £8. Carey Mulligan is a revelation in the lead role. She is Cassie, a young woman who spends her night pretending to be drunk so that she can ensnare potential male abusers. What has lead this “promising young woman” who could have been a doctor, down this dark path? This is an astonishing film. One that will stay with you long after you have seen it.

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The Shires – Acoustic – 28th Jan 8pm – from £26.50. Gorgeous country duo return to the Subs after their dazzling sold-out show here in October. With their hearts in the UK and their heads in Nashville, The Shires have combined the best of both musical worlds. Get on-board quick to make sure you get to see them this time (or again!).

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The Smyths – Meat is Murder – 29th Jan 8pm – £16.50. 2020 saw the 35th anniversary of The Smiths’ legendary second album Meat is Murder. Arguably the band’s most controversial release, not only did it do more than anything in pop culture to encourage a generation to become vegetarians, it was the first album to introduce Morrissey’s criticism of the Royal Family.

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Tenors Un Limited – 30th Jan 8pm – from £25.50. Let Scott, Paul and Jem take you on a journey through some of the best loved songs of the last century, made famous by other ‘icons of song’, such as Pavarotti, Lanza, Sting, Bublé and Freddie Mercury. The group has performed alongside such notables as Sting, Lionel Richie, Beyoncé, Hayley Westenra, Simply Red and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra to name a few. For over 15 years the group has been entertaining audiences world-wide using talents honed in their previous solo careers in opera and theatre.

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