Saturday, March 3: Can You Dig It? – Comedy songs about growing your own vegetables, including The Ballad of Derrick the Evil Pigeon. 7.30pm. Tickets £11, £9 conc.
Sunday, March 4: Passing Through – A new romantic comedy by Alistair Rutherford performed in an intimate cabaret style in the theatre’s bar. 8pm. Tickets £8, £6 conc.
Thursday, March 8: 4Words – Northumberland Theatre Company’s latest production which comprises four new plays, including one by Val McDermid and another by local writer Lee Mattinson. 7.30pm Tickets £6.50, £5.50 conc.
Tonight (8pm), tomorrow (7pm), Sunday, March 4 (2.30pm) and Tuesday, March 6 (1pm): War Horse (12a; 146min) – Extraordinary journey of Joey the horse as he moves through war. Tickets £5.
Saturday, March 3: Puss in Boots (U; 90mins) – Shrek spin-off. 2.30pm. Tickets £5.
Saturday, March 3: Haywire (15; 93mins) – Action thriller. 8pm. Tickets £5.
Sunday, March 4: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (18; 157mins) – American remake of the first novel in Stieg Larsson’s The Millennium Trilogy. 8pm. Tickets £5.
Tuesday. March 6: The Bodyguard (15; 129mins) – 20th anniversary edition in memory of Whitney Houston. 8pm. Tickets £5.
Wednesday, March 7: Martha Marcy May Marlene (15; 101mins) – Psychological thriller. 8pm. Tickets £5.