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Friday Night with Oundle School Jazz Orchestras

Friday Night with Oundle School Jazz Orchestras

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Friday 22 Mar 20197:30pm Book Now

Friday Night with Oundle School Jazz Orchestras

Friday, 22nd March

7:30pm - 9:30pm

St Mary's and All Saints' Church

Fotheringhay, PE8 5HZ

Tickets: £9 (advance booking)

           £10 (on the door)

(Includes light refreshment)

Oundle School Jazz Orchestras, on their second outing of the year, visit the beautiful Fotheringhay Church for the evening.

Featuring the two bands led by the effervescent Adele Hudson.

You can expect high quality true jazz and will be enthusicastically tapping your toes and moving with the beat.

We are expecting this concert to sell out, so book early to avoid disappointment.

Catworth Amateur Theatrical Society, Aladdin

Catworth Amateur Theatrical Society, Aladdin

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Catworth Amateur Theatrical Society presents


Catworth Village Hall

Church Rd, PE28 0PA


Adults £7 / Children £3.50

Doors open at 7:30pm for evening performances starting at 8pm

Doors open at 2pm for Saturday matinee starting at 2:30pm

Evening performances finish by 10pm

Matinee will finish by 4:30pm

Barnwell Entertainers, Fishing for Clues

Barnwell Entertainers, Fishing for Clues

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Barnwell Entertainers present

Fishing for Clues

4th, 5th & 6th April 2019

7:30pm - 10pm

(doors open at 7pm)

Barnwell Village Hall

Hemington Rd, PE8 5QD

Tickets: £6

When Lady Rosemary Huntley arranges for her Russian internet date to visit on the evening of a talk given by prominent Member of Parliament, Ewart Stewart, little does she imagine that her new gentleman friend is not long for this world.

The Foreign Office and some offshoot of the KGB are soon in attendance, along with the ever-enthusiastic PC Pendlebury and the less than enthusiastic Detective Inspector Trench, unimpressed at having his fishing holiday interrupted. Trench is determined to get back to the river bank as soon as possible despite finding himself having to sort through a diverse cast of characters each of whom has a motive and opportunity for committing the deadly crime.

Oundle Festival of Music and Drama Festival Concert

Oundle Festival of Music and Drama Festival Concert

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Saturday 6 Apr 20197:00pm Book Now

Oundle Festival of Music and Drama

Festival Concert

Saturday, 6th April  

7pm - 9pm

St Peter's Church, Oundle

Church Street, PE8 4EE


Adult £7/ Under 16 £2.50

Discounts for sponsors and patrons.

The Festival Concert will celebrate the 101st competitive festival to be held in Oundle.  

The competition for Oundle Young Musician of the Year 2019 will take place during the concert.  Oundle Young Singer 2019 and the Oundle Town Council Drama Prize Winners will also perform. The Allegra Singers from Thrapston, cup winners in 2018, will be joining the line up.

Oundle & Disctrict Choral Society, Vivaldi & Tippett

Oundle & Disctrict Choral Society, Vivaldi & Tippett

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Saturday 13 Apr 20197:30pm Book Now

Oundle & District Choral Society are pleased to present

Spring Concert

Vivaldi " Gloria " & Tippett "Five Negro Spirituals"

Saturday 13th April at 7:30pm.

St Peter’s Church, Oundle

North Street, Oundle

Tickets: £10

The varied programme will include:

-        Antonio Vivaldi’s outstandingly popular setting of the Gloria, which has been the subject of over 100 CD recordings since it was “re-discovered” in 1939, 225 years after Vivaldi wrote the piece

-        Sir Michael Tippett’s moving adaptations of 5 negro spirituals from his Oratorio A Child of our Time.  Tippett used the spirituals in the same way as Bach did with the chorales in his Passions, to provide the audience with well-known melodies to bind the overall work together

-        A selection of modern secular works from composers ranging from Karl Jenkins to Ēriks Ešenvalds and including Samuel Barber’s  perennial favourite Adagio for Strings

The Society will be accompanied by the Oundle Choral Society Ensemble, who so ably performed Handel’s Messiah for us at Christmas last and will welcome our usual high standard of vocal soloists to brighten the evening for everyone.  

The Society would like to thank Oundle Town Council for their continuing support for our efforts.  

This concert is also supported by VSHLaw solicitors of Thrapston.

We look forward to seeing you!

A Summer Party Brass Band Concert

A Summer Party Brass  Band Concert

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Friday 10 May 20197:45pm Book Now

Yarwell  and Nassington Britannia Band presents

"A Summer Party" Brass Band Concert

Friday, 10th May 2019

7:45pm - 10pm

Nassington Church

Church Street, PE8 6QG

Tickets: £10

Yarwell & Nassington Britannia Band are returning to Nassington Church to perform a concert of light-hearted brass band music to celebrate the beginning of summer. This year’s theme is “A Summer Party”. There will be complementary canapes and a glass of prosecco on arrival with doors opening at 7:00pm

We are raising funds for the Nene Valley Care Trust who do fantastic work locally to provide “Brighter futures for young people leaving care”.

Come and enjoy a glass of wine and sit back and listen to some great brass band music.

Sponsored by Nene Valley Care Trust

Echoes of the Plantagenets

Echoes of the Plantagenets

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Saturday 25 May 20197:00pm Book Now (ALL SEATING IS NON-ALLOCATED)

Echoes of the Plantagenets

recreating Fotheringhay’s rich musical heritage


Saturday 25 May 2019 at 7pm              

Church of St Mary and All Saints

Fotheringhay PE8 5HZ

Tickets: £25 / £20 (restricted view) - both non-allocated seating

Ticket only admission - please purchase in advance to avoid disappointment.

This special concert promises to provide a magical experience!

-  Acclaimed Cambridge Academic and Choral Director Dr

David Skinner

conducts his new vocal ensemble The Alamire Scholars

assembled from the very cream of Cambridge’s young vocal talent                                        

-  James Parsons plays the Wingfield ‘Early English’ organ  

-  redoubtable and entertaining historian Dr David Starkey paints the scene

Together they seek to rediscover Fotheringhay’s rich musical heritage.

Fotheringhay Church draws visitors from all over the world!

Impressive as it is, the building is now just a fragment of an impressive royal establishment nurtured by the Dukes of York. By the 1440’s, Fotheringhay was a College of Singing Priests, living in a large, well-appointed College. Their community included eight singing men and thirteen choir boys.

Music at the College must have been impressive and there were two organs. Composers who lived there or visited included Hugh Aston, Richard Davy and Christopher Tye. Later, Fotheringhay and Oundle schoolmaster John Sadler collected these composers’ key works in his PartBooks (now in the Bodleian Library).

Hear these remarkable compositions, in glorious polyphonic blend, on 25 May!

And in the second half – revel in the richly expressive choral compositions of our great English muses Thomas Tallis and William Byrd, dating from the 16th century when, after St Mary’s College Fotheringhay College had been disbanded (thanks to Henry VIII’s reforms!), church music composers were required to write in English – for fear of the Tower of London!

A special feature of this special concert will be James’s organ solos, played on a small organ just like the organs of mediaeval Fotheringhay. We are thrilled to be hosting a residency of the Wingfield Organ, on loan from the Royal College of Organists; it is precisely modelled upon surviving pieces of a 16th century instrument found in Suffolk – high pitched and hauntingly beautiful in tone.

Eminent historian Dr David Starkey should prove an added attraction, as he paints the scene in his inimitable sparky style!

Join us for an unusual and memorable evening.

Proceeds from the concert go to the church.

Music for a Summer's Evening, Burghley House

Music for a Summer's Evening, Burghley House

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Wednesday 26 Jun 20197:30pm Book Now

Oundle Music School presents

Music for a Summer's Evening

Wednesday 26th June


6:30pm for 7:30pm start

Burghley House, Stamford

We are thrilled to return to Burghley for one of our best nights of the year. Through celebrating and focusing on our talented leavers, we feature many ensembles and music most appropriate to the setting of this resplendent House.

Schola Cantorum and members of the Chamber Orchestra will be appearing, along with members of the OSJOs who will set the scene and pace in the Courtyard on entry.

Bach: Brandenburg No.3

Vivaldi: Bassoon Concerto

Marcello: Oboe Concerto

A moment from Hayden's Creation

Romance: Svendsen's

Weber: Concertino


£15 including drinks.

Please book well in advance to avoid disappointment.

Golf and Treasure Hunt

Golf and Treasure Hunt

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Thursday 4 Jul 20196:00pm Book Now

Oundle Fringe Festival presents

Golf and Treasure Hunt Competition

6pm Oundle Golf Club

Benefield Rd, PE8 4EZ

Competition entry fee: £2.50 per person

BBQ: £10 Adult / £7.50 Child

A golfing treasure hunt with a difference for teams of two with a BBQ half way round.

When buying tickets please choose entry fee per person plus the number of adult/child BBQ accordingly.

14th Annual T S Eliot Festival

14th Annual T S Eliot Festival

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Sunday 7 Jul 201910:30am Book Now

14th Annual T S Eliot Festival

Sunday, 7th July

10:30am - 4:30pm

Little Gidding

Huntingdon, Cambs, PE28 5RJ


General £40

TS Member/Friend of Little Gidding £30

Students £20

“If you came this way…”


An inspirational day of talks, readings, and discussions near the dull façade, and the tombstone—all made famous by

Eliot’s great poem.

The annual Little Gidding Lecture, sponsored by the T S Eliot International Summer School, will be delivered by Robert Von Hallberg, Professor of English Language and Literature at Claremont McKenna College in Claremont, California.

Michael Hrebeniak, college lecturer at Wolfson and Magdalene, Cambridge, will talk about “The Epoch of Space: The Waste Land as Collage”.

Mary Ann Lund, Associate Professor in Renaissance English Literature at the University of Leicester, will present, “Meditating on Little Gidding, Part 1”.

An annual tradition continues: ‘My favourite Eliot’, with contributions from the audience.

The programme concludes with Ali Smith reading “Little Gidding.” Sebastian Barry has described Smith, the author of ten novels and five collections of short stories, as “Scotland’s Nobel laureate-in-waiting.”

The Festival takes place in the garden of Ferrar House at Little Gidding, in Cambridgeshire. In addition to the programme of Eliot-related events, morning coffee, a two-course buffet lunch, and afternoon tea will be served. Doors open at 10:30am, and the Festival concludes at 4:30pm.

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Fringe Festival Quiz

Fringe Festival Quiz

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Sunday 7 Jul 20197:30pm Book Now

Oundle Fringe Festival presents

Fringe Festival Quiz

Sunday 7th July

7.30pm Queen Victoria Hall

West Street, PE8 4EJ


£5 in advance / £6 on the door

Test your music and literary knowledge!

Come with friends or join a table on the night.

Bring your own bar, nibbles provided.

Down County Boys Show

Down County Boys Show

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Tuesday 9 Jul 20197:00pm Book Now

Oundle Fringe Festival presents

Down County Boys Show

Tuesday, 9th July

Stahl Theatre, Oundle

West Street, PE8 4EJ


£8 advance sales / £9 on the door

7pm Young Performers A chance to introduce young local

performers to the big stage.

8pm Irene Rae Local girl, “The one to watch” (Maverick Magazine) with a new album “The Light Games”

9pm Down County Boys Ray Duffy brings one of the finest

Bluegrass bands to Oundle.