A Listers News

A. Listers @ the Movies

We have exciting news, instead of having to queue at the bar for a drink before entering the cinema, we are going to provide a waiting service and bring your drinks straight to you in your seats. How will it work? Whilst queuing to purchase your tickets we will give you a drinks menu and a pencil.
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A Listers Bar

As most of you will already know from the now famous ‘Stu stuck at home’ videos, Stu is taking a small step back for a while whilst his very good friend, Andy Lister, is looking after the restaurant. Although the cinema and theatre will still be part of the Riverside, Andy who is Channel 4's Hotel…
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Rescheduled Shows

The following shows that we had on sale prior to lockdown have been rescheduled to the dates below and booking has now re-opened for all shows: Andre Rieu: Magical Maastricht – will now screen on 26th and 27th September … Frida Kahlo Exhibition On Screen – will now screen on 20th October … Michael…
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The Riverside Re-Opening

Cinema's are permitted by the government to open their doors from July 4th however we are not quite ready for this, so we'll be hanging on until July 31st! Now is the time to look to the future and plan how we do this.  … In order to ensure the safety of both our customers and staff we have put…
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The Spallettes Handclapping Fundraiser

Sisters and performers, Amy, Katy and Helen Spall, known as The Spallettes have decided to raise money for the Riverside, where they have spent years performing, by creating a special handclapping routine. The routine sees around 70 people virtually clap together from the safety of their own homes.
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Vouchers

We have had several enquiries about our Dinner & Film and Fish & Flicks vouchers following the announcement that the restaurant would be closing and the new A Listers Bar will be taking it's place from 25th July. We are delighted to report that as from 1st September 2020 we will be…
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Sutton Hoo Society Basil Brown Memorial Lecture

The kingdom of Essex and other stories: exploring Britain's lost realms – Saturday 18th April – 11am … Thomas Williams FSA … The picture we have of the centuries between 400 and 800 has long been shaped by study of the "big beasts": Wessex, Mercia, Northumbria, East Anglia, and – to a lesser extent…
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