Tonight: The Tannahill Weavers – Live performance from one of Scotland’s premier traditional bands. 7.30pm. Tickets £12.50, £10.50, £14 circle, £16 box seat.
Tomorrow: DH Lawrence’s Lady Chatterley’s Lover – Hull Truck present the famous, erotic tale that was banned until 1960. Not recommended for children under 15. 7.30pm. Tickets £12, £10 conc, £14 circle, £16 box seat.
Saturday, April 9: Absolutely Legless – The traditional Irish dance group based in Edinburgh returns to The Maltings. 2.30pm and 7.30pm. Tickets £12.50, £10.50 conc, £14.50 circle, £16.50 box seat.
Sunday, April 10: The Breakwater Light: Re-scored – In late 2009, six local bands, from backgrounds ranging from folk to electronica, were given a DVD containing a seven minute silent film, and invited to write and perform a new soundtrack for the film. 7.30pm. Tickets £5.
Monday, April 11: Morning Glory (12a; 107mins) – Comedy. 1pm. Tickets £2.50.
Monday, April 11: White Swan (15; 107mins) – Psychological thriller. 8pm. Tickets £2.50.
Tuesday, April 12: Unknown (12a; mins) – Thriller. 8pm. Tickets £5.
Wednesday, April 13: The Red Room – David Hughes and Al Seed present their critically-acclaimed, award-winning dance theatre interpretation of Edgar Allan Poe’s classic tale The Masque of the Red Death. 7.30pm. Tickets £12, £10 conc, £14 circle, £15 box seat.
Thursday, April 14: The Fighter (15; 115mins) – Drama. 8pm. Tickets £5.