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Frankie Vah (15)

Frankie Vah

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Thursday 25 Jan 20187:45pm Book Now
Frankie Vah

Thursday, 25th January

Written and performed by Luke Wright

We all want something to believe in. It’s 1987 and Frankie Vah gorges on love, radical politics and indie stardom. But can he keep it all down?

Following the multi-award-winning What I Learned From Johnny Bevan, Luke Wright’s second verse play deals with love, loss and belief, against a backdrop of scuzzy indie venues and 80s politics. Expect frenetic guitars, visceral verse and a Morrissey-sized measure of heartache.

Written and performed in deft verse by Fringe First & Stage Award for Acting Excellence winner, Luke Wright.

Age recommendation 15+

Venue
The Stahl Theatre

Performance
7.45pm

Tickets:
£12 Adults
£10 Concessions

"This is a mature, lyrical and politically relevant piece of poetic writing...beautifully performed" Exeunt

Concert by Oundle School Jazz Orchestra and Schola Cantorum

Concert by Oundle School Jazz Orchestra and Schola Cantorum

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Friday 16 Mar 20187:30pm Book Now
Concert by

Oundle School Jazz Orchestra and Schola Cantorum

Friday, 16th March

19:30 - 21:30

All Saints & St James' Church, King's Cliffe
Hall Yard, King's Cliffe, PE8 6XQ

Tickets: Adults £10 / 5 - 18s £5
Including a glass of wine (or a soft drink) and nibbles

Friday Night Jazz & Vocals at King’s Cliffe

Oundle School Jazz Orchestra, under the direction of Adele Hudson and on their second outing of the year, visit the beautiful King's Cliffe Church for the evening.

We are delighted to have the Schola Cantorum in tow, directed by Quentin Thomas, in one of their first concerts offering close harmony and some lighter numbers, and interspersed by vocal solos.

We are expecting this concert to sell out speedily so be sure to get those tickets booked.

Teechers (11+)

Teechers

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Monday 19 Mar 20187:45pm Book Now
Teechers

Monday, 19th March

Blackeyed Theatre, in association with South Hill Park

By John Godber

Directed by Adrian McDougall

Blackeyed Theatre revives its highly-acclaimed production of John Godber’s classic comedy about life at a struggling ‘sink school’ for Mr Nixon, an unsuspecting new drama teacher.

Featuring breathtaking ensemble performances and a bang-up-to-date soundtrack, Teechers brings to life an array of terrifying teachers and hopeless pupils through the unique eyes of Salty, Gail and Hobby; three Year 11 students about to leave school for good.

Will Mr Nixon abandon his students for a green and pleasant grammar school? Who puts the bounce in Miss Prime, the PE teacher? Will Mrs Parry ever find her Koko? And why does everyone smell of spring onions? Crammed full of unforgettable characters, political left-hooks and razorsharp comedy, Teechers is more relevant today than ever - a modern classic with something vital to say about education for the ‘haves’ and ‘have nots’.

Suitable for age 11+

Venue
The Stahl Theatre

Performance
7.45pm (Running time 110 minutes approx including interval)

Tickets
£12 Adults
£10 Concessions

"A hilarious and timeless production" Film & TV Now

Charles Gounod, Romeo & Juliet

Charles Gounod, Romeo & Juliet

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Saturday 14 Apr 20187:30pm Book Now (Non-allocated seating)

Peterborough Opera presents


Charles Gounod's Romeo & Juliet


Saturday, 14th April 2018


19:30 - 22:15


St Peter's Church

Oundle, PE8 4EE


Tickets: £10 Adults/ £5 Under 19s

Non-allocated seating.


Peterborough Opera is pleased to present a concert performance of Charles Gounod’s opera Romeo and Juliet.

The opera in five acts is based on Shakespeare’s famous tragedy, but Gounod takes some liberties with the original for the sake of enhancing the musical possibilities.


Shakespeare’s prologue is sung by the full company who set the stage for the drama of two warring families in Verona.

In this production, the leading Montagues, Romeo, Mercutio and Stephano are trouser roles, and sung by women.

Gounod is faithful to the characters of the protagonists, with Mercutio and Stephano full of fun, and keen to provoke the hated Capulets. Gertrude, Juliet’s nurse is also a lively character and is teased by the young men from both families. Capulet is a fun loving father, without the tyrannical side which is shown in Shakespeare’s play.


The chorus has an important role in the opera, singing dramatic and powerful music to mourn the deaths of Mercutio and Tybalt, and to welcome the proposed marriage of Paris to Juliet


Charles Gounod, Romeo & Juliet.

Charles Gounod, Romeo & Juliet.

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Sunday 15 Apr 20184:00pm Book Now (Non-allocated seating)

Peterborough Opera presents


Charles Gounod's Romeo & Juliet


Sunday, 15th April 2018


16:00 - 18:45


St John the Baptist Church

Peterborough, PE1 1XB


Tickets: £10 Adults/ £5 Under 19s

Non-allocated seating.


Peterborough Opera is pleased to present a concert performance of Charles Gounod’s opera Romeo and Juliet.

The opera in five acts is based on Shakespeare’s famous tragedy, but Gounod takes some liberties with the original for the sake of enhancing the musical possibilities.


Shakespeare’s prologue is sung by the full company who set the stage for the drama of two warring families in Verona.

In this production, the leading Montagues, Romeo, Mercutio and Stephano are trouser roles, and sung by women.

Gounod is faithful to the characters of the protagonists, with Mercutio and Stephano full of fun, and keen to provoke the hated Capulets. Gertrude, Juliet’s nurse is also a lively character and is teased by the young men from both families. Capulet is a fun loving father, without the tyrannical side which is shown in Shakespeare’s play.


The chorus has an important role in the opera, singing dramatic and powerful music to mourn the deaths of Mercutio and Tybalt, and to welcome the proposed marriage of Paris to Juliet


The Sleeper

The Sleeper

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Thursday 19 Apr 20187:45pm Book Now
The Sleeper

Thursday, 19th April

Written and directed by Henry C Krempels (L 08)

0An overnight train, somewhere through Europe. Karina, a British writer, naively reports a woman sleeping in her bunk. Forever connected by this simple action, these two women are played and replayed in the mind of a writer who examines the stories we tell each other and how we choose to tell them.

This innovative new play weaves together the real testimony of Syrian refugees and the personal experience of writer Henry C Krempels.

"Darkness can do strange things to your mind. It’s so easy to make a mistake"

Dark, weird and original, The Sleeper, describes a situation familiar to the thousands of refugees who become stuck somewhere between leaving home and finding a new one.

Venue
The Stahl Theatre

Performance
7.45pm

Tickets
£12 Adults
£10 Concessions

"An exceptional piece of theatremaking. Powerful, understated, subtle" The Scotsman

Oundle School Jazz Orchestras, Midsummer Jazz

Oundle School Jazz Orchestras, Midsummer Jazz

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Friday 22 Jun 20186:00pm Book Now
Oundle School Jazz Orchestras

Midsummer Jazz

Friday, 22nd June 2018

18:00 - 22:00

THE OLD RECTORY
Main St, Sudborough, NN14 3BX

Tickets: £10

The Oundle School Jazz Orchestras are playing a concert at The Old Rectory in Sudborough, in aid of the Lakelands Hospice, Corby and All Saints’ Church, Sudborough.

The Orchestras are made up of students from Oundle School, one of Britain’s leading public schools, whose music department has an enviable reputation for producing excellent musicians. Both Orchestras perform regularly in the area and tour extensively. Both are very highly regarded, and their concerts are always extremely popular.

The gardens at The Old Rectory, with their famous walled Potager designed by Rosemary Verey, are internationally recognised and usually only open to invited special interest groups or as part of the National Garden Scheme. The organising committee are therefore very grateful to Guy & Kate Toller for allowing the use of the gardens for our concert.

The concert will be held in a large marquee set within the grounds. Prior to the start of the concert, concertgoers can explore the gardens and woodland or take advantage of the tables set out on the sweeping lawns to have a pre-concert glass of wine. All Saints’ Church, which is within a stone’s throw of The Old Rectory, will be open to anyone who wishes to visit its medieval interior and learn of its history.

The gardens will open at 6.00pm, with the junior Orchestra playing at 7.30pm for approximately 45 minutes, followed by an interval and then the senior Orchestra will play its set until approximately 9.30pm.

Sponsored by VSH Law and Anstee & Co.

Music for a Summer's Evening.

Music for a Summer's Evening.

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Thursday 28 Jun 20187:30pm Book Now
Music for a Summer’s Evening

Thursday, 28th June

Boughton House, Kettering

Performance: 6.30pm for 7.30pm start

Tickets: £15 including drinks
(limited number available)

This is perhaps the loveliest and most moving of all our concerts. We focus on leavers, whilst show-casing the most mature of our chamber ensembles and choirs in the form of solos, concerto movements and well-loved classics.

A shame we can only accommodate an audience of 100, but a delight to be back in the sumptuous grounds of Boughton House for an intimate and celebratory evening.