What’s on at The Maltings: week ending Thursday, May 17

Tomorrow: Nick Hennessey – Singer, songwriter and storyteller Nick Hennessey is a dynamic and passionate performer whose love for the traditional culture of the British Isles forges together the note, the song and the spoken word into a unique and engaging style. 7.30pm. Tickets £12, £10.

Tomorrow: Camille O’Sullivan: Feel – The Dark Angel returns to Berwick by popular demand following her incredible appearance in the Main House Theatre in June 2009. 8pm. Tickets £15, £14 conc, £18 circle, £22 box seat.

Saturday, May 12: Fever Pitch – The Future is Unwritten presents a successful adaptation of Hornby’s novel, which is back on the stage after 10 years. 7.30pm. Tickets £13, £11 conc, £15 circle, £19 box seat.

Saturday, May 12: Isy Suttie: Pearl and Dave – Comic and actor Isy Suttie returns to Berwick to perform her extraordinary Edinburgh hit – Pearl and Dave. 8pm. Tickets £12, £10.

Sunday, May 13: Open Mic/Open Art – Monthly session. Free.

Wednesday, May 16: Sleeping Beauty – Highly-acclaimed classical touring company European Ballet presents this most enchanting ballet in three acts set to Tchaikovsky’s glorious score. 7.30pm. Tickets £14, £12 conc, £16 circle, £19 box seat.


Tonight (7.30pm) and Sunday, May 13 (1pm and 3.30pm): The Pirates! (U; 88mins). 7.30pm. Tickets £6.

Monday, May 14: John Carter (12a; 131mins). 8pm. Tickets £3.

Tuesday, May 15: Bel Ami (15; 102mins). 7.30pm. Tickets £6.