The Hive offers a varied events programme for everyone to enjoy, from music, drama and art to learning opportunities, workshops, book clubs and lectures.
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The Hive screens a selection of films in the
Tickets are £3.50 and refreshments can be purchased from the café. We adhere to film classification guidelines, so proof of
age will need to be shown for entry in to those films classified 15 and above.
Please note that we do not give refunds on tickets booked in advance.
The Revenant - Sun, 26 June
Starring Oscar winner Leonardo DiCaprio. A desperate tale of survival and transformation that was inspired by true events. Left for dead following a bear mauling, Glass (DiCaprio) fights back from death’s door to hunt down the man who had betrayed him in a journey that becomes an epic struggle to return home to a loving family and ultimate redemption.
Film starts 7pm. Runtime:156 minutes
UCAS Statement Workshop Thu, 30 June 2016
Applying for university next year? Impartial advice from the University of Worcester advice and guidance experts on filling in your UCAS form to get the place you want.
5 – 6pm. Book a free place.
Battle of the Somme Film - Sun, 03 July Thu, 14 July 2016
The Battle of the Somme film, courtesy of the Imperial War Museum, will be showing in the studio on the following dates and times. The film was shot and screened in 1916 and was the first feature length documentary reaching approximately 20 million people in the year of its release. The film is free to watch but we do advise you reserve a seat. On 14 July Michael Stedman, published expert on the Battles of the Somme will accompany the evening film showing with a talk.
The Parents' Guide to...your child going to university Thu, 14 July 2016
Advice from the experts on what to expect from your child going to university. How to support them with the changes, moving away from home and a basic guide to finances.
6 – 7pm. Book a free place.
Online Skills - Mini Course
Want to learn something new? How to use the internet for online services such as banking, shopping, Facebook or even emailing in our free bookable sessions. You should have basic keyboard and mouse skills already.
Tuesday 19 July, 11am – 12.30pm. Book a free place
Journey of the Turtle - Thu, 28 July
In the beginning turtle was shiny and fast, always impatient, always in a hurry, but then one day he had a terrible accident…
A charming tale, created through the imagination of two children and the atmosphere of a special hill, which follows the story of one crazy turtle. A beautiful story told with table top puppets, shadows, traditional storytelling and atmospheric sound-scape.
Suitable for everyone over the age of 5. Adults £5, children £3, babes in arms free.
Performance starts at 2pm (50 minutes)
Visit the Book Doctor
Stuck in a reading rut? Gone off reading? Want to try something new or different? Consult with our Book Doctor who can help advise on new or interesting titles or genres you may not have heard of. Sessions last for around ½ hour.
Thursday 28 July, 6 – 8pm
Wednesday 10 August, 10am – 12pm
Lady in the Van - Sun, 31 July
Maggie Smith steals the show as The Lady in the Van. A fascinating true story of Miss Shepherd who parked her van on Alan Bennett’s driveway for 15 years. A funny and poignant tale of a relationship that changed both of their lives. Packed full of comedy, wit, and more wit!
Film starts 3pm. Runtime:104 minutes
Room - Sun, 28 August
Adapted from the novel by Emma Donoghue starring Brie Larson awarded Oscar and BAFTA for best leading actress. A unique tale that explores an emotional journey for Jack and his Ma as the five year old child experiences the outside world for the first time, following a lifetime of imprisonment. A deep, emotional film.
Film starts 3pm. Runtime:118 minutes.