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Oundle Amateur Theatrical Society, ALADDIN

Oundle Amateur Theatrical Society, ALADDIN

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Wednesday 23 Jan 20197:30pm Book Now
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Oundle Theatrical Society Presents


Aladdin


Queen Victoria Hall, Oundle

7 West St, PE8 4EJ


Tickets:


Wed/Thur: £8 for all


Fri/Sat: £12 general/ £10 concessions (senior citizens/under 13s)


Somewhere in a far-off land, the evil Abananza plots to find a lamp that will unlock a fortune. But first – by fair means or foul - he needs to secure the help of Aladdin, a simple boy who works in his mother’s laundry in old Peking.


Book early to secure your place at this popular local pantomime featuring some familiar and new local faces, plus a live band.  


Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again (PG)

Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again

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Sunday 27 Jan 20197:30pm Book Now

Oundle Cinema presents


MAMMA MIA! HERE WE GO AGAIN (PG)


Sunday 27th January (7.30pm)


Stahl Theatre, Oundle

West Street, PE8 4EJ


1hr 54min

Cast:  Lily James, Meryl Streep

Director:  Ol Parker

Release:  2018  

Runtime:  1hr 54min


Five years have gone by and Sophie (played by Amanda Seyfried) is getting ready to re-open the hotel, to fulfil her mother Donna’s dream. The story takes us back to the days of the young Donna and how it all began. Donna’s three lovers (Colin Firth, Pierce Brosnan and Stellan Skarsgård) appear as their younger and older selves, as do Donna’s friends (Julie Walters, Celia Imrie), with a star turn by Cher. Most of all, in this charming romcom, the music is exactly as you would expect.  Get ready to laugh a lot, cry a little, and laugh a lot again.


‘...I simply can’t imagine how Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again could be any better than it is. I loved it to pieces and I can’t wait to go again!’  


Mark Kermode, The Guardian


Jill Mansell: Maybe This Time

Jill Mansell: Maybe This Time

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Saturday 9 Feb 20197:45pm Book Now (Early bird £1 off till 2nd Feb.)

Oundle Festival of Literature presents


Jill Mansell

Maybe This Time


Saturday, 9th February at 7:45pm


St Peter's Church, Oundle

North Street, PE8 4AL




Jill Mansell started writing fiction while working in the NHS, after she read a magazine article that inspired her to join a local creative writing class. She has since written over twenty Sunday Times bestsellers, including The One You Really Want and Meet Me at Beachcomber Bay.


In 2011 Take a Chance on Me won the Romantic Novelists Association's Romantic Comedy Prize, the judges said the book has "beautifully understated humour" and is "an utter delight”. In 2012, To The Moon And Back was shortlisted for the RNA's Contemporary Romantic Novel award and in 2015 the RNA presented Jill with an outstanding achievement award.


Her books have sold over 11 million copies around the world.


Maybe This Time, due to be published in January 2019, is a heart-warming new novel of love and friendship.


When Mimi first visits her dad's new home in the Cotswolds, she falls in love with Goosebrook and the people who live there.


However, life is about to take some unexpected and shocking twists and turns. Mimi's path and Cal's are set to cross again and again - but will it ever be the right time for both of them?


Come along and meet this charismatic, award-winning author.


dOCs+ The Price of Everything (12)

dOCs+ The Price of Everything

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Wednesday 20 Feb 20197:30pm Book Now

Oundle Cinema dOCs+ series presents


THE PRICE OF EVERYTHING (12)


Wednesday 20th February (7.30pm)


Fletton House, Oundle

Fletton Way, Glapthorn Rd, PE8 4JA



Director:  Nathaniel Kahn

Released:  2018

Runtime:  1hr 38min


The Price of Everything examines how the work of some artists draws huge multimillion-dollar bids at auction houses while the work of others goes barely noticed, exploring the increasingly blurred lines between creativity and commerce at a time when art has become a commodity traded like stocks, shares or property, and auction prices are skyrocketing.

The film holds a mirror up to our values and our time, where everything can be bought and sold.


‘A documentary for people who like Monet, money or both.’

Charlotte O’Sullivan, London Evening Standard


Post-film Q & A session led by Mike Goldmark and Nigel Harpur from Oundle Arts Society.

Film screened with support from The Arts Society Oundle



A Star Is Born (15)

A Star Is Born

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Sunday 24 Feb 20197:30pm Book Now

Oundle Cinema presents


A STAR IS BORN (15)


Sunday 24th February (7.30pm)


Stahl Theatre, Oundle

West Street, PE8 4JA



Cast: Lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper, Sam Elliot

Director: Bradley Cooper

Release: 2018

Runtime: 2hr 16 min


Seasoned musician Jackson Maine (Bradley Cooper) discovers - and falls in love with -struggling artist Ally (Gaga). She has just about given up on her dream to make it big as a singer, until Jack coaxes her into the spotlight. But even as Ally's career takes off, the personal side of their relationship is breaking down, as Jack fights an ongoing battle with his own internal demons.


‘Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper are dazzling in this striking portrayal of the music industry’s highs and lows.’

Mark Kermode, The Guardian


The Children Act (12)

The Children Act

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Sunday 3 Mar 20197:30pm Book Now

Oundle Cinema presents


THE CHILDREN ACT (12)


Sunday 3rd March (7.30pm)


Stahl Theatre, Oundle

West Street, PE8 4EJ


Cast:  Emma Thompson, Fionn Whitehead, Stanley Tucci

Release:  2018

Director:  Richard Eyre

Runtime:  1hr 45min


Fiona Maye (Thompson) is an eminent High Court judge in London, presiding with wisdom and compassion over ethically complex cases of family law. But she has paid a heavy personal price for her workload, and her marriage to American professor Jack (Tucci) is at breaking point. In this moment of personal crisis Fiona is asked to rule on the case of Adam (Whitehead), who is refusing the blood transfusion that will save his life. Adam is three months from his 18th birthday and still legally a child. Should Fiona force him to live? Fiona visits Adam in the hospital and their meeting has a profound emotional impact on them both, stirring strong new emotions in the boy and long-buried feelings in her.


‘Thompson never disappoints, nailing every nuance of a judge who lets the world in at the cost of losing her own judgment. This is acting of the highest order.’  

Rolling Stone


James Bishop: Iguana Boy Event

James Bishop: Iguana Boy Event

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Saturday 9 Mar 20192:30pm Book Now (Early Bird £1 off till 2nd March)

Oundle Festival of Literature presents


James Bishop


Iguana Boy Event


Saturday, 9th March, at 2:30pm


The Great Hall, Oundle

New Street, PE8 4GH


Tickets: £6 (early bird £1 off till 2nd March)


Ever wanted a really cool superpower? Dylan did too, especially since his brother and sister have got really good ones. But when his wish finally comes true, Dylan is MIGHTILY disappointed. For Dylan has become ... Iguana Boy. He can talk to Iguanas ... RUBBISH!


When supervillain Celina Shufflebottom kidnaps all the superheroes in London, Dylan must work out how to use his new team of chatty iguanas to save the day. He's going to have to think outside the box, (the pizza box), if he's going to become the hero he's always dreamed of.


Join James Bishop, author of the smashing Iguana Boy Saves the World with a Triple Cheese Pizza and the hilarious sequel, Iguana Boy vs. The 30 Second Thief for an event filled with rubbish superpowers, comic book lizards called Paul, and a quest to save the world!


Long listed for the Blue Peter Book Awards 2019 in the Best Story category.


'HILARIOUS and so silly - superheroes, reptiles and pizza ... AWESOME, why didn't I think of that?!' Tom Fletcher


‘This hilarious book is perfect for any reader who has ever wondered who would win in a battle between platypuses and iguanas. Packed full of brilliant, comic-strip illustrations by Rikin Parekh, this energetic, funny story with heart has a similar appeal to Despicable Me, or My Brother is a Superhero.’ BookTrust


C.Dee & S Guerrier, Dr Who: The Women Who Lived

C.Dee & S Guerrier, Dr Who: The Women Who Lived

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Saturday 9 Mar 20197:30pm Book Now

Oundle Festival of Literature presents


Christel Dee & Simon Guerrier


Dr Who: The Women Who Lived


Saturday, 9th March 2019, at 7:30pm


The Great Hall, Oundle

New Street, PE8 4GH


Tickets: £8/£6


Meet the women who run the Whoniverse. The first official book published to accompany the new series, celebrating Jodie Whittaker’s debut as the Thirteenth Doctor.


Written by Christel Dee, former presenter of Doctor Who: The Fan Show and Doctor Who's digital marketing manager, and Simon Guerrier, co-author of Whographica and The Scientific Secrets of Doctor Who for BBC Books, and his other books include Whoniversal Records. This book features more than 75 inspiring tales of remarkable women of the Whoniverse, both real and imagined.


From historical figures such as Agatha Christie and Queen Victoria to fan favourites like Bill Potts and River Song, each woman has made a unique contribution to the world of Doctor Who. Whether they’re facing down Daleks or thwarting a Nestene invasion, these women don’t hang around waiting to be rescued – they roll their sleeves up and get stuck in.


Scientists and soldiers, queens and canteen workers, women from outlandish science-fiction and those steeped in real history, they don’t let anything hold them back. Illustrated throughout with specially-commissioned artwork by a team of female artists – including Gwen Burns, Valentina Mozzo, Sonia Leong, and more, this collection of inspirational tales celebrates the power of women to change the universe.

Come along and test your knowledge of the Whoniverse.


Song and Dance!

Song and Dance!

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Saturday 16 Mar 20197:30pm Book Now (Unreserved seating)

Rutland Sinfonia presents


Song and Dance!


Saturday, 16th March 2019, 7.30 p.m.


Oakham School Chapel, Oakham

Chapel Close, LE15 6DT



Tickets


In advance: Adults £12 / Concessions £10

On the door: Adults £14 / Concessions £12

Full time students and U18s £3



Conductor        David Calow

Soprano        Caroline Trutz


Programme


Song


Dvorák - Song to the Moon, Rachmaninov - Vocalise, Puccini - O Mio Babbino, Over the Rainbow, Memory and many more!


Dance


Shostakovich - March, Waltz and Dance from Jazz Suite No.2

Kander and Ebb- Chicago Suite

Glazunov- Suite from The Seasons

1 - Barcarolle - Summer

2 - La Glace (ice) - Winter

3 - Bacchanal - Autumn

Bernstein - West Side Story Suite

Stravinsky- Berceuse and Finale from 'The Firebird'

Hardiman - Lord of the Dance


Associate Conductor David Calow gives us “Song and Dance!” in our March Oakham concert.  Dance-inspired music from Ballet, Theatre and Musicals contrasts with songs from the stage and concert hall sung by local soprano Caroline Trutz.


Caroline Trutz studied in Paris and London and has sung many roles in opera and operetta in the UK and France, and given many song recitals.


This will be a very popular concert, so book early!


dOCs+ A PLASTIC OCEAN

dOCs+ A PLASTIC OCEAN

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Wednesday 20 Mar 20197:30pm Book Now

Oundle Cinema dOCs+ series presents


A PLASTIC OCEAN


Wednesday 20th March (7.30pm)


Fletton House, Oundle

Fletton Way, Glapthorn Rd, PE8 4JA



Director:  Craig Leeson

Release:  2016

Runtime:  1hr 40min


Australian journalist Craig Leeson, whilst searching for the elusive blue whale, unexpectedly discovers significant plastic waste floating in the middle of the Indian Ocean.  Over the next four years, in collaboration with free diver Tanya Streeter and an international team of scientists, Leeson travelled to twenty locations around the world to explore the fragile state of our oceans.  Superb shots of the marine environment contrast starkly with footage of heavily polluted cities and dumps full of plastic rubbish; this thought-provoking documentary also offers strategies that can be used to reduce its devastating impact.


‘The most important film of our time.’  David Attenborough


Film screened with support from Transition Oundle

Post-film Q & A session led by Alan Rayden, Transition Oundle


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.




Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald (12A)

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

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Thursday 4 Apr 20196:00pm Book Now

Oundle Cinema presents


FANTASTIC BEASTS: THE CRIMES OF GRINDELWALD (12A)


Thursday 4th April (6pm - Note time)


Stahl Theatre, Oundle

West Street, PE8 4EJ

 

Cast:                Eddie Redmayne, Johnny Depp, Katherine Waterston, Jude Law

Director:        David Yates

Released:        2018

Run Time        2hr 15min


The second instalment of JK Rowling’s Fantastic Beasts series sees Gellert Grindelwald escape from custody and gather followers, most of whom are unsuspecting of his true agenda:  for pure blood wizards to rise up and rule over non-magical beings.  Albus Dumbledore and Newt Scamander aim to thwart Grindelwald’s plan. In a divided wizarding world, love and loyalties are put to the test.  


‘…with Colleen Atwood-designed costumes to die for, sets you want to live in, and dazzlingly imaginative visual effects…’ 

Robbie Collin, The Telegraph


Barnwell Entertainers, Fishing for Clues

Barnwell Entertainers, Fishing for Clues

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Thursday 4 Apr 20197:30pm Book Now
Friday 5 Apr 20197:30pm Book Now
Saturday 6 Apr 20197:30pm Book Now

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.

DOCS+ Nae Pasaran (12A)

DOCS+ Nae Pasaran

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Wednesday 17 Apr 20197:30pm Book Now

Oundle Cinema dOCs+ series present


Wednesday 17th April (7.30pm)


NAE PASARAN (12A)


Fletton House, Oundle

Fletton Way, Glapthorn Rd, PE8 4JA


Director:  Felipe Bustos Sierra

Release:  2018

Runtime:  1hr 36min


Edinburgh-based Chilean filmmaker Felipe Bustos Sierra successfully explores political protest in this wonderfully humane documentary about the Rolls Royce factory workers in East Kilbride who showed their solidarity with the people of Chile by refusing to fix the fighter jet engines used by Pinochet in the military coup of 1973. The film explores this modest act of rebellion in an admirably low-key way that emphasises the fundamental decency of the men who took a stand.  Reuniting the key players who risked their careers, the film shows how an act of oppression in a part of the world to which these men had no personal ties was still like a red rag to a bull.


‘But what makes the film special is Sierra’s ability to trace the real-world effect these men had by picking up the story in Chile.’

Alistair Harkness, Scotsman


Post-film Q & A session.



Rupert Shortt, Does Religion Do More Harm Than Good?

Rupert Shortt, Does Religion Do More Harm Than Good?

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Friday 26 Apr 20197:45pm Book Now (Early bird £1 off till 19/04)

Oundle Festival of Literature presents


Rupert Shortt


Does Religion Do More Harm Than Good?


Friday, 26th April, 7:45pm


St Peter's Church, Oundle

North St, PE8 4AL



History is littered with wars and atrocities apparently inspired by religion, and today there seems no end to reports of cruelty and violence carried out in the name of God. But is it belief in God that motivates these evils? Or do they spring from other motives?


At the same time, history testifies to numerous benefits to humanity brought about by religious individuals and movements. But despite these positive outcomes might it be true, as some atheists suggest, that religion in general does more harm than good? Is religion itself inherently toxic?


Or could it simply be that there is good religion and there is bad religion, and we just need to learn to tell the difference?


Are the major spiritual traditions greater sources of discord than harmony? Or are conflicts widely blamed on faith differences fundamentally social and political?


In this rich but highly succinct book, Rupert Shortt offers even-handed guidance on one of the most disputed questions of our time.


Rupert Shortt is religion editor of The Times Literary Supplement.


Come along and see if you agree with Rupert Shortt’s views.


Mission Impossible: Fallout (12)

Mission Impossible: Fallout

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Sunday 28 Apr 20197:30pm Book Now

Oundle Cinema presents


MISSION:  IMPOSSIBLE: FALLOUT (12)


Sunday 28th April (7.30pm)


Stahl Theatre, Oundle

West Street, PE8 4EJ


Cast: Tom Cruise, Henry Cavill, Rebecca Ferguson, Simon Pegg

Director: Christopher McQuarrie

Release: 2018

Runtime:  2hr 27min


Two years after Ethan Hunt (Cruise) successfully captured Solomon Lane, the remnants of the Syndicate have reformed into a new organisation:  the Apostles. Under the leadership of a mysterious fundamentalist known only as John Lark, the Apostles are planning to acquire three plutonium cores. Ethan and his team are sent to Berlin to intercept them, but the mission fails and the Apostles escape with the plutonium. With CIA agent August Walker (Cavill) joining the team, Ethan and his allies must now find the plutonium cores before it's too late.


‘A combination of thrilling stunts, insane daring and clever writing make this a stunning piece of action cinema. Just be sure to take your heart meds first, and hold on tight.’

Empire


Incredibles 2 (PG)

Incredibles 2

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Sunday 5 May 20196:00pm Book Now

Oundle Cinema presents


INCREDIBLES 2 (PG)


Sunday 5th May (6pm - Note time)


Stahl Theatre, Oundle

West Street, PE8 4EJ


Cast:  Holly Hunter

Director:  Brad Bird

Release:  2018

Runtime:  1hr 58min


It’s not easy being a superhero when the public turns against you, but it’s even harder being a stay at home dad, as Mr Incredible quickly discovers when Mrs Incredible gets promoted.  There’s lots of goings on, with villains and chases, crashes and bangs;  all great for the kids but we reckon you’ll spend your time sympathising with Mr Incredible as he loses sleep, shaking your head sadly as he lets the housekeeping get out of control, and sharing his bewilderment as superbaby Jack-Jack begins to show what superbabies can do. That’s wreak havoc by the way. Deeply enjoyable.


‘Slapstick genius, profound social comment and a monstrously funny infant combine to conjure a magical second outing for the superhero family.’

Mark Kermode, The Guardian


Duncan Barrett: Hitler's British Isles

Duncan Barrett: Hitler's British Isles

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Thursday 9 May 20197:45pm Book Now (Early bird £1 off till 2nd May)

Oundle Festival of Literature presents


Duncan Barrett: Hitler's British Isles


Thursday, 9th May at 7:45pm


St Peter's Church, Oundle


North Street, PE8 4AL


Tickets: £8/£6 (early bird £1 off till 2nd May)


In the summer of 1940, Britain stood perilously close to invasion. One by one, the Allied nations of Europe had fallen to the unstoppable German Blitzkrieg, and Hitler had his sights set on Britain. The attack was being exhaustively planned by the Nazis under the codename ‘Operation Sealion’. Yet the promised invasion never happened due to our success in the Battle of Britain, and the prospect of German jackboots on British soil retreated into the realm of collective nightmares – and mainland Britain never had to face the reality of life under the Nazis.


For the residents of the Channel Islands, occupation wasn’t just the terrifying outcome if the war against the Germans was lost, it was the day-to-day reality of their lives. The story of how these men and women, and their children, coped under such difficult and dangerous circumstances is an important, but neglected, part of our own history of the Second World War. This book tells the story of life under Nazi occupation.


Duncan Barrett studied English at Cambridge University and now works as a writer and editor, specialising in biography and memoir. He is also the author of The Sugar Girls, GI Brides, and, The Girls Who Went to War, all of which were top 10 Sunday Times bestsellers.


Mozart and Mahler in Vienna!

Mozart and Mahler in Vienna!

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Saturday 11 May 20197:30pm Book Now (Unreserved seating)

Rutland Sinfonia presents


Mozart and Mahler in Vienna

Saturday, 11th May 2019, 7.30 p.m.


St. Peter's Church, Oundle

Church Street, PE8 4EE


Tickets


In advance: Adults £12 / Concessions £10

On the door: Adults £14 / Concessions £12

Full time students and U18s £3


The concert is sponsored by Bulley Davey


Conductor        Paul Hilliam

Piano                Anne Bolt


Programme


Mozart                Piano Concerto No.20 in D minor, K466

Mahler                Symphony No.5


The Rutland Sinfonia returns to Oundle in May to perform Mahler’s mighty Fifth Symphony - you may well have heard our performance of Mahler’s First Symphony in Oundle two seasons ago. Like a number of other fifth symphonies by well known composers such as Beethoven, Tchaikovsky and Shostakovich, Mahler's Fifth Symphony moves from dark tragedy in minor keys at the start to blazing triumph in major keys in its closing bars. In this symphony Mahler explores emotional extremes starting with a first movement Funeral March, but the most famous movement is the Adagietto for harp and strings.

Mozart’s Piano Concerto No.20 in D minor starts this concert, with Anne Bolt joining us again as soloist. The concerto was first performed in 1785 with Mozart himself as the soloist.


Anne Bolt was born in Leicestershire and returned to her home area in 2001, having studied at the University of Oxford, the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and Indiana University in America. She  is now Head of Piano at Oakham School.


A retiring collection will be taken for 'Shine'.


DOCS+ Three Identical Strangers (12A)

DOCS+ Three Identical Strangers

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Wednesday 15 May 20197:30pm Book Now

Oundle Cinema dOCs+ series presents


THREE IDENTICAL STRANGERS (12A)


Wednesday 15th May (7.30pm)


Fletton House, Oundle

Fletton Way, Glapthorn Rd, PE8 4JA


Director:  Tim Wardle

Release:  2018

Runtime:  1hr 36min


In 1961 a team of psychiatrists led by Peter Neubauer worked with an adoption agency in the United States to split up a set of identical triplet boys, born to a teenage girl, and place them with families from different socio-economic backgrounds; they wanted to know how three boys with identical DNA would be affected by being brought up in different environments.  This documentary by British film director Tim Wardle traces the extraordinary lives of the triplets, who knew nothing of one another until being reunited by chance at the age of 19.


‘That old adage of truth being stranger than fiction has never been more apt, nor so artfully explored, as in Tim Wardle's fascinating documentary.’

Nikki Baughan, The List


Post-film general discussion.



The Happy Prince (15)

The Happy Prince

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Sunday 2 Jun 20197:30pm Book Now

Oundle Cinema presents


THE HAPPY PRINCE (15)


Sunday 2nd June (7.30pm)


Stahl Theatre, Oundle

West Street, PE8 4EJ


Cast:  Rupert Everett, Colin Firth, Emily Watson

Director:  Rupert Everett

Release:  2018

1hr 45min


The last days of Oscar Wilde - and the ghosts that haunted them - are vividly evoked in Rupert Everett's directorial debut. Everett gives a career-defining performance as Wilde, physically and emotionally embodying the literary genius as he lives out his last days in exile in Europe. His body ailing and heavy, his mind spinning, he survives by falling back on the flamboyant irony and brilliant wit that defined him.


‘Everett’s movie is expertly interspersed with flashbacks to Wilde’s great days.

Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian


Bohemian Rhapsody (12A)

Bohemian Rhapsody

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Sunday 9 Jun 20197:30pm Book Now

Oundle Cinema presents


BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY (12A)


Sunday 9th June (7.30pm)


Stahl Theatre, Oundle

West Street, PE8 4EJ


Cast:  Rami Malek, Lucy Boynton, Gwilym Lee

Director:  Bryan Singer

Release:  2018

Runtime: 2hr 14min


Bohemian Rhapsody is a foot-stomping celebration of Queen, its music and its extraordinary lead singer Freddie Mercury, who defied stereotypes and shattered convention to become one of the most loved entertainers on the planet. The film traces the meteoric rise of the band through its iconic songs and revolutionary sound, its near-implosion as Mercury's lifestyle spirals out of control, and its triumphant reunion on the eve of Live Aid. Mercury, facing a life-threatening illness, leads the band in one of the greatest performances in the history of rock music, in the process cementing the legacy of a band that was always more like a family and which continues to inspire outsiders, dreamers and music-lovers to this day.


‘The music sequences in this drama (especially the Live Aid performance) are electrifying, and Malek is magnetic...’

Jeffrey M. Anderson, Common Sense Media


Raynor Winn, The Salt Path

Raynor Winn, The Salt Path

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Saturday 22 Jun 20197:45pm Book Now (Early bird £1 off till 15th June)

Oundle Festival of Literature presents


Raynor Winn


The Salt Path


Saturday, 22nd June, at 7:45pm


St Peter's Church, Oundle

North Street, PE8 4AL


Tickets: £8/£6 (Early bird, £1 off till 15th June)


The remarkable and life-affirming true story of one couple’s 630-mile journey around the South West Coast Path. The Salt Path is a beautiful, powerfully honest and deeply moving memoir about overcoming adversity, the redemptive qualities of walking and nature, about survival, the meaning of ‘home’ and above all, about love.

In one devastating week, Raynor and her husband Moth lost their home of 20 years, just as a terminal diagnosis threatened to take away their future together. With nowhere else to go, they decided to walk the South West Coast Path: a 630-mile sea-swept trail from Somerset to Dorset, via Devon and Cornwall.


This ancient, wind-battered landscape strips them of every comfort they had previously known. With very little money for food or shelter, Raynor and Moth carry only the essentials for survival on their backs.

This book gives insight to one woman’s journey that spans not only the entire South West Coast Path, but also an emotional journey of redemption. In The Salt Path, Raynor Winn allows us to discover the healing powers found in nature and the simple act of walking forward.


Shortlisted for the Wainwright Golden Beer Book 2018

Now a Top Ten Sunday Times Bestseller.