Jubilee Hall

Jubilee Hall
Crabbe Street, Aldeburgh, Suffolk, IP15 5BW
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BCMG & Knussen

World premieres by Oliver Knussen and Harrison Birtwistle, plus music by Stravinsky and Jo Kondo. Programme to include: Stravinsky Three Japanese Lyrics; Two Poems of Balmont Harrison Birtwistle Chorales from a Toyshop (world premiere); The Sadness of Komachi Jo Kondo Three Songs Tennyson Sung; Standing Oliver Knussen O…

Fri 23 Jun

£6–£24 / 01728 687110

Britten-Pears Young Artists Alumni I

Programme to include: Webern Six Bagatelles Schumann String Quartet No.1 Brahms String Quartet No.3 Performers Britten-Pears Young Artists Alumni Castalian String Quartet Bursting with attractive lyricism, dramatic impetus and innovation, the string quartets by Schumann and Brahms are deeply personal and quietly…

Fri 16 Jun

£6–£15 / 01728 687110

Britten-Pears Young Artists Alumni II

Programme to include: Brahms Songs from vocal quartets Korngold Sechs Einfache Lieder (extracts); Lieder des Abschieds Britten Um Mitternacht Schumann Spanische Liebeslieder Performers Laure Barras soprano Anna Harvey mezzo-soprano Mitch Raemaekers tenor Jack Lawrence-Jones baritone Jocelyn Freeman, Lana Bode piano The…

Fri 23 Jun

£6–£15 / 01728 687110

Communicating Doors By Alan Ayckbourn

When Phoebe is summoned to the hotel suite of master criminal Reece, she has little idea of the hot water she is getting into. A pawn in the struggle for power between Reece and his chief lieutenant Julian, Phoebe can only escape them by using the communicating door to the adjacent suite. But she travels a whole lot…

Thu 20 Jul

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Sat 22 Jul

…and 6 more dates until 29 Jul

Hesse Lecture: Anna Pavord - Views Of Landscape.

'Tell me the landscape in which you live and I will tell you who you are', wrote the Spanish philosopher, Jose Ortega y Gasset. To what extent was Constable shaped by Suffolk, Hardy by Dorset, Wordsworth by the Lakes? In the 2017 Hesse Lecture, writer and journalist Anna Pavord asks why some places call out to us, give us…

Tue 20 Jun

The Man Upstairs By Patrick Hamilton

George Longford just wants a quiet life. He likes nothing better than an evening at home with his books, communicating by virtue of cutting-edge 1950’s technology with his friend in the flat upstairs. One evening, he is visited by Cyrus Armstrong whose urbane manner barely conceals a powerful menace. Accusing George of…

Tue 22 Aug

Wed 23 Aug

Thu 24 Aug

…and 2 more dates until 26 Aug

Murder Weapon By Brian Clemens

Chief Constable Jessica Bligh returns to the home of her best friend, Diane, after a night out to find herself the key eye-witness of a murder. According to the cynical Inspector Fremont, the case is cut and dried but Jessica is not so sure. Yes, the prime suspect was standing over the body of Diane’s husband with the…

Tue 1 Aug

Wed 2 Aug

Thu 3 Aug

…and 2 more dates until 5 Aug

Music On The Meare

Join us for a short indoor concert followed by a vintage bus journey to the water of Thorpeness Meare, where you can relax in a rowing boat to hear a magical moment in Aldeburgh Festival heritage recreated. Programme to include: Britten Six Metamorphoses after Ovid Helen Grime Arachne Huw Watkins Callisto Mark Simpson…

Fri 23 Jun

£12.50–£25 / 01728 687110

The Prisoner Of Zenda Adapted By Mark Sterling

Rudolph Elphberg, is about to be crowned King of Ruritania. On the eve of his coronation, Rudolph disappears leaving the throne clear for his scheming half-brother, Michael. The King’s supporters are in despair until they stumble across Englishman Rudolph Rassendyll, who looks uncannily like him… Soon, Rassendyll is…

…and 3 more dates until 12 Aug

Study Morning: A Midsummer Night's Dream

A study morning exploring Britten's most magical opera Hosted by Lucy Walker from the Britten-Pears Foundation, the event will feature director Netia Jones discussing her creative influences in shaping the new production. We also journey through the remarkable variety of musical styles and idioms with which Britten…

Mon 12 Jun

£7.50–£15 / 01728 687110

Tom, Dick And Harry By Ray Cooney And Michael Cooney

Tom and his wife, Linda, are hoping to adopt a baby so everything must be perfect for the visit later that day of the lady from the adoption agency. Enter Tom’s brothers – Dick and Harry – who have come to ‘help’. Their hearts are in the right place but their brains definitely aren’t! Before long, the house is awash with…

…and 3 more dates until 19 Aug

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