Today: 20,000 Voices: Come and Sing. No previous experience necessary. Presented with the hope of setting up a regular group from January 2012. 10.30am. Tickets £36, £32 conc for eight sessions.
Today, tomorrow and Saturday November 5: The Magic of the Musicals. Join Berwick Operatic on a tour of wonderful singing and dancing from popular composers. 7.30pm, today and tomorrow. 2pm Saturday. Tickets £8.50, £7.50 conc, £6.50 matinée only.
Saturday, November 5: Death Song. Juan lives with his daughter in a trailer park just south of Las Vegas. But beneath the surface, the claustrophobic relationships that will lead to tragedy are forming. 7.30pm. Tickets £12.50, £11.50 conc.
Sunday, November 6: 20,000 Voices: A Song for the Season. An informal singing day for everyone, suitable for all abilities. 11am. Tickets £22, £20 conc, £15 age 16-20.
Sunday, November 6: TAMs Tea Dance. Third Age Maltings tea dance including music by Isobel Swanston and Graham Gee. 2pm. £2.50 TAMs, £4.50 non-members.
Sunday, November 6: Bruce Molsky. A solo gig in the Henry Travers Studio. 7.30pm. Tickets £13, £11 conc.
Tuesday, November 8: Calum’s Road. National Theatre of Scotland present the true story of one man’s determination to challenge the powers-that-be. 7.30pm. Tickets £15.50, £14.50, £12.50, £10.50 conc.
Saturday, November 5: Crazy, Stupid, Love. (12A, 118mins) 9pm. Tickets £5.
Sunday, November 6: Soul Surfer (PG, 106 mins) 2.30pm. Tickets £5.
Sunday, November 6 and Monday, November 7: The Inbetweeners (15, 97mins) 7pm on Sunday. 8pm on Monday. Tickets £5.
Monday, November 7: Braidsmaids (15, 125 mins) 8pm. £2.50.
Wednesday, November 9: The Debt (15, 113 mins). 8pm. Tickets £5.
Wednesday, November 9: Lone Star (15, 129 mins). 8.30pm. Tickets £5.