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Body Language By Alan Ayckbourn (Sw)
A quiet country clinic staffed by handsome doctors and pretty nurses looking aftersupermodels and rock stars - in such circumstances, it would be easy to lose ones head. Outof the blue, a bizarre helicopter accident gives a visiting plastic surgeon the opportunity toconduct an operation that will be the pinnacle of his…
Wed 11 Jul
Thu 12 Jul
Fri 13 Jul
Circle 67 Present Moliere's Tartuffe
Circle 67 presentsMolires comedyTartuffein a new translationTartuffe, an imposter and religious hypocrite, has wormed his way into the household of Orgon, an ageing man worried about his place in heaven. The besotted Orgon offers Tartuffe his money and his daughter - but Tartuffe wants his wifeBanned by a religious…
Fri 13 Apr
A Daughter's A Daughter By Agatha Christie (Sw)
Agatha Christie proves herself to be more than a murder mystery writer with this tense, semi-autobiographical drama about the relationship between a mother and her only daughter. Attractive widow, Ann, is planning to marry again when her headstrong daughter, Sarah, returns from the war. Sarah disapproves of her mothers…
Mon 23 Jul
Wed 25 Jul
Eastern Angles Present Guesthouse
It is 1966. I am sixteen years old and I am on the Venetian bridge with Brian Joy from the Golden Sands Guesthouse and he has bought me a 99 and I am on top of the world.Now I am 16, I know what boys want and why you mustnt give it to them.Tensions are high in Clacton-on-Sea. Guesthouse owner Val has been taken ill and…
Thu 22 Mar
Event Cinema: La Traviata
Sofa Coppolas La TraviataWriten by Giuseppe Verdi | 180 minutes | Filming July 2017Principal cast: Francesca Doto,, Antonio PoliVioleta Valry is a well-known courtesan in Paris whose life appears to be glamorous.. However,, shes sufering from a serious illness and living on the money given to her by her male patrons..
Event Cinema: Showboat
San Francisco Operas acclaimed production.Once an exciting and essential part of American entertainment, the river boats of the Mississippi are now a fleeting memory of times past. Show Boat gives us a vivid glimpse into the world of these floating theatres, showing the myriad stories and lives that surrounded and…
Funny Money By Ray Cooney (Sw)
A moment of absent-mindedness on the evening commute gives mild-mannered Henry Perkins custody of a briefcase full of money… Alas not his! A hastily-planned emigration to Spain with his wife Jean, is thwarted by her reluctance to go. When not one but two police detectives turn up, Henrys attempts to lie his way out of the…
Mon 30 Jul
Wed 1 Aug
A grandmother, mother and a daughter have to set aside differences as they decide the fate of their family-run guesthouse in this drama from Eastern Angles. Written by Essex playwright Nicola Werenowska and directed by Tony Casement.
Thu 22 Mar
Jeeves & Wooster - Perfect Nonsense By The Goodale Brothers (Sw)
What better way for Bertie Wooster to tell his tale of japes, scrapes and narrow escapes than to book the local church hall and sell tickets which is exactly what he does. With the help of the inestimable Jeeves and a barking mad butler called Stebbings, Berties story is illustrated by improvising scenery and props from…
Mon 20 Aug
Wed 22 Aug
Keith James In Concert: The Songs Of Leonard Cohen
Keith James in concertThe Songs of Leonard CohenHis wonderful Tower of Songs - stripped back, desolate, naked and sensual Enigmatic, mysterious and sub textural, songwriter Leonard Cohen was an unflinching character, with an exact sense of prose, a wry humour and courage to wrestle with the unspoken, forgiving human…
Tue 24 Apr
Kick In The Head Presents'old Herbaceous'
Described as Downton Abbey with gardening tips,Old Herbaceous is the humorous love story of a single-minded yet gentle man with a passion for plants and is a charming one man play which has entranced audiences around the country over the last two years. Highly acclaimed performances at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and…
Thu 1 Mar
Martin Newell & The Hosepipe Band
Martin Newell is well-known as a versatile musician and poet with a number of poetry collections to his name. Members of the Hosepipe Band, an accomplished four-piece from the Essex-Suffolk borders, have composed music to accompany Martins poetry. The band play an eclectic range of instruments, including, Dulcimer…
Fri 27 Apr
Paul Lavers Presents "david Niven Presents… "
Its a prestigious Film Award Evening, but theres a technical hitch.Never mind, David Niven, is on hand to entertain!Starring PAUL LAVERS
Roughcast Theatre Co Present'measure For Measure'
RoughCast present Shakespeares Measure for Measure. With sexual misdeeds much in the news in Hollywood, Westminster and beyond, the timing for this darkly comic exploration of social justice and sexual politics could not have been better.Lord Angelo, appointed to govern in the absence of the Duke, insists on the strict…
Sun 25 Mar
Sat 23 Jun
Thu 28 Jun
Southwold Jazz Club Presents'alan Barnes & David Newton - 40 Years Together'
Two of the UKs greatest award winning jazz musicians perform from their new album. Straight ahead jazz flawlessly played and peppered with anecdotes and humour.
Sat 31 Mar
Southwold Jazz Club Presents'mark Flanagan Trio - Back To The Stars Ep Launch'
Mark Flanagan has been the guitarist in Jools Holland's Rhythm and Blues Orchestra for 25 years. A departure from the Southwold Jazz Club norm, this evening will see the launch of Mark's rootsy singer/songwriter EP 'Back To The Stars'. His trio is completed by Adam and George Double.
Sat 17 Mar
Southwold Jazz Club Presents'tina May And The Chris Ingham Trio'
Tina is one of the most expressive amnd inventive jazz singers of the last 20 years, renowned for her nuanced interpretive skills. ina brings clarity and class to everything she touches.
Sat 5 May
Suffolk Libraries Present Famous Faces In East Anglia / Benjamin Britten & His Festival
A collection of archive films produced by Creative Arts East as part of the BFIs Britain on Film project, revealing hidden histories and forgotten stories of people and places across Norfolk and Suffolk, from the UKs film and TV archives.With optional Fish and Chip lunch at 12.45pmFamous Faces in East AngliaThis…
Suffolk Libraries Present Railways On Film
A collection of three archive films produced by Creative Arts East as part of the BFIs Britain on Film project, revealing hidden histories and forgotten stories of people and places across Norfolk and Suffolk, from the UKs film and TV archives.With optional Fish and Chip lunch at 1.00pmRAILWAYS ON FILMYour chance to…