Auden Theatre

Auden Theatre
Holt, Norfolk, NR25 6EY
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CIRQUE DU CABARET

A brand new show from London's longest running cabaret company with thrills, chills and a dollop of sauce. Mz Marelena (AKA Abi Collins) returns as host and new cast members include 1920's burlesque starlet Bonnie Fox and spectacular circus skills from international stars from as far afield as Russia.

Wed 26 Jul

£20 / 01603 598699

  • 20:15

THE GIN CHRONICLES

A 1940's radio studio is the setting for The Gin Chronicles, a vintage radio-style comedy that follows the adventures of two amateur detectives searching for a missing gin magnate. Four actors and a foley artist present this five star rollercoaster verbal and visual comic treat.

Sun 23 Jul

£20 / 01603 598699

  • 20:15

HUMPHREY BERNEY AND GUESTS

Million selling, Brit Award winning, Humphrey Berney goes on temporary leave from Blake for an evening of songs and virtuosic piano featuring mezzo soprano Charlotte Tetley and pianist James Sherlock, themselves both major award winners.

Thu 27 Jul

£20 / 01603 598699

  • 20:15

Kit & McConnel

Norfolk-based duo Kit & McConnel return to their favourite festival for a riotous evening of freshly-minted, up-to-the-minute cabaret songs, musical improvisation and all-round silliness.

Fri 28 Jul

£20 / 01603 598699

  • 18:00

Luke Wright: The Toll

Join the poet as he reads from his latest collection, The Toll, which deals in doubt, duty, and a hundred lonely evenings spent shouting at Question Time. It's visceral, inventive verse that sweats, bleeds and sings - and it's from a word artist at the top of his game, who has been compared with Philip Larkin.

Wed 26 Jul

£10–£16 / 01603 598699

  • 14:00

Pop Up Opera: Une Education Manquee

Innovative touring company performing Emmanuel Chabrier's deliciously madcap and witty Une Education Manquee - a rarely seen tale of two very young and very innocent aristocrats striving to solve the puzzles of an unfulfilled marriage in the time of Louis XVI.

Sat 29 Jul

£18 / 01603 598699

  • 18:00

PROFESSOR ROBERT WINSTON - Modifying Humans: When Does Genetics Stop?

Doctor, scientist, TV and radio presenter, politician and IVF pioneer discusses our obsession with our genes. Very soon we may be able to enhance humans by genetic modification. Will ethical considerations prevent us from the next step - manufacturing stronger, more gifted and very intelligent children?

Tue 25 Jul

£15 / 01603 598699

  • 14:00

ROBERT McCRUM: Life, Death and the Endgame

Former Literary and Associate Editor of The Observer, BBC Radio Four broadcaster and distinguished veteran of the British book world discusses matters of life, death and literature. In conversation with Holt Festival Artistic Director Charles Pugh.

Mon 24 Jul

£15 / 01603 598699

  • 14:00

RONNIE SCOTT'S ALL STARS SOHO SONGBOOK

A unique afternoon celebrating the unique world of London's world-famous jazz club and its incredible history, combining world-class live jazz, narration and rare archive images. The programme will include music from the many greats that have performed at Ronnie Scott's such as Ella Fitzgerald, Nina Simone and Dave Brubeck.

Fri 28 Jul

£20 / 01603 598699

  • 14:00

Rubber Ring

Comic coming-of-age adventure story about a boy learning to love without labels. Debut play by Norfolk playwright James McDermott.

Sun 30 Jul

£15 / 01603 598699

  • 18:00

Sue Macgregor CBE In Conversation With Alan Johnson MP

Renowned broadcaster Sue MacGregor reflects on 50 years of broadcasting including tensions between politicians and the media as she is interviewed by Alan Johnson MP.

Sat 29 Jul

£18 / 01603 598699

  • 14:00

Tanya Holt - Cautionary Tales For Daughters

Edinburgh hit Cautionary Tales for Daughters by Tanya Holt, described as having the 'playfulness of Victoria Wood with the satrical bite of Tim Minchin', features a mix of comic song, live action and animation. It comes to the Holt Festival, Norfolk, following a sell out London season that delighted audiences and critics…

Mon 24 Jul

£20 / 01603 598699

  • 20:15

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