What’s springing your way at Trinity this April
If you’re a film fanatic, April is a journey of nonstop entertainment, why not start by hopping on the 15:17 To Paris (Mon 2 April) where you can delve into the real-life story in which three males bravely prevent a terrorist attack, rebranding themselves as heroes. However, where this Journey Ends (Sun 1 April) you can delve back into the past and relive four abominable days in WW1, following Lieutenant Raleigh who discovers sometimes people change…for the worst.
Now for you die hard Disney fans, the latest addition to your obsession has risen from the dead to appear on the screen in Trinity, Coco (Tue 3 April & Wed 11 April) is a lively tale of a young boy Miguel who defies his lifelong and even before-he-was-born-long music ban, in which he finds himself swarmed by the eccentric Land of the Dead. Alternatively, why not travel back in time and watch Early Man (Tue 3rd April) where your children (and you) can be exposed to the caveman lifestyle in a brilliant animation by Nick Park and the Aardman team. Now for what you’ve all been waiting for, especially those who have your GCSE English exam coming up, why not discover your inner Shakespeare by watching the live transmission of ROH’s Macbeth (Wed 4 April) Where you will be whisked away to Scotland where greed gets the better of Macbeth, with his desire to be King ruling his life.
If this isn’t your cup of tea maybe you want to stop by for an evening with Lady Montagu (Fri 6 April, Sat 7 April) where you’ll discover a breadth of knowledge about the celebrated writer, poet, traveller and feminist. For all you lovers and appreciators of Art, Trinity is the place for you. Picture this, three artists, three unique styles, 13 days of nonstop admiration; Natures paint box (Tue 3 April- Sun 15 April) is the perfect opportunity to come down to our gallery hosting beautiful pieces specifically chosen. In need of letting your hair down and having a laugh? That’s what comedians are paid to do. The choice (or more realistically, choices) is completely yours with a range of ripe talent bursting to share jokes and punch lines they wait all year to share. Why not come on down to Comedy Café (Sat 21 April) where you can not only have a guaranteed laugh but can indulge in our range of alcohol, food, and soft drinks- if that doesn’t make you smile, nothing will! Or alternatively one of the many comedians appearing on our stage is Britain’s got Talent Semi-finalist Jess Robinson: Here come the Girls (Sat 14 April) where you will hysterically witness her range of impressions, musical comedy and stunning vocal gymnastics.
On the other side of the rink, you’ll be skating down to the box office to make sure you get your hands-on tickets to the Academy Award Winning I, Tonya (Sun 8 April) where the truth is revealed about one of history’s most infamous sport scandal, with stunning Oscar nominated performances from Margot Robbie and Alison Janney, what’s not to love.