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Julieta (15)

Julieta

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Sunday, 30th April 2017, 19:45Book Now (Subtitled) (Tickets Available on the Door)
Oundle Cinema presents

JULIETA (15)

Sunday, 30th April, 7:45pm

Stahl Theatre, PE8 4EJ

Cast: Emma Suárez, Adriana Ugarte, Daniel Grao
Director: Pedro Almodóvar
Released: 2016
Runtime: 1hr 37min

In Spanish with English subtitles

Recently widowed Julieta plans to escape Madrid for a new life in Portugal, but a chance meeting with a childhood friend of her estranged daughter, Antía, turns her plans on their head. Antía has disappeared and so Julieta vows to put aside her grief and do all she can to find her daughter. The more she searches, the more Julieta realises she doesn't really know her daughter at all.

‘Told in flashback over 30 years of guilt and grief, this tender melodrama is Pedro Almodóvar’s best film in a decade.’ Mark Kermode, The Guardian

Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens (12A)

Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens

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Thursday, 4th May 2017, 19:30Book Now
Peterborough Cathedral presents:

Movie Nights in The Nave

Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens (12A)

Thursday, 4th May 2017 at 7:30pm

Peterborough Cathedral, Minster Precincts, PE1 1XS

Tickets:

£6 Adults
£4 children (16 and under)
£18 families (2 adults and up to 3 children)

After the success of our Christmas Movie Nights, there’s another chance to watch a film in the spectacular surroundings of the Cathedral Nave.

This time we celebrate ‘May the fourth’ with the most recent entry in the main Star Wars saga on the big screen, so you can catch up with the adventures of Rey, Finn and BB-8 prior to the next installment later this year.

Refreshments will be on available to buy; unrestricted seating.

Keep your eyes open as there may even be some costumed characters lurking around!

Local Authors Event feat. J. Isaac, H. Gould & P. Morrell

Local Authors Event feat. J. Isaac, H. Gould & P. Morrell

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Friday, 5th May 2017, 19:30Book Now
Oundle Festival of Literature presents

Local Authors Event featuring Jane Isaac, Helen Gould and Peter Morrell

Friday, 5th May at 7:30pm

St Peter's Church, Oundle, PE8 4AL

The Festival of Literature is very pleased to support and promote several of our very talented local authors. We have a very rich and varied group of authors in this area so please come along and find out more about them and their books; perhaps you will be inspired to read a new book or motivated to put pen to paper yourself!

Jane Isaac: The Lies Within

The Lies Within is the third novel in Jane’s second series. Grace Bannister is distraught after her daughter's body is found in the Leicestershire country lane. DI Will Jackman delves into the case but when the police discover another victim, the spotlight falls on Grace. Can Jackman find the killer, before Grace is convicted of a crime she didn't commit?

Helen Claire Gould: Floodtide

Floodtide is set on icy Naxada, the Shiranu farm in lava tubes under a dormant volcano, avoiding hunter tribe the Sargussi. But the mutually-hostile tribes’ world will soon be torn apart by natural forces. Planetary geologist and astronomer Jordas Krata, part of a team observing an incoming asteroid, enters this precarious balance of nature to rescue both tribes from the destruction about to rain down on them and help resettle them on a safer planet.

Peter Morrell: The Honourable Member of Pepynbridge

In Peter’s third novel Ralph Waters QC, is The Honourable Member for the constituency of Pepynbridge Forest. Ralph asks the rector, to marry him and his partner Pascal in St Aidan’s Abbey. When Herbie points out that it would be against the law, Ralph announces he is piloting a Private Members’ Bill through the House of Commons to force the Church of England to recognise and conduct same gender marriages. Ralph’s request is discussed by a deeply divided Parochial Church Council.

Showcase Organ Recital by James Parsons

Showcase Organ Recital by James Parsons

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Friday, 12th May 2017, 19:30Book Now
Northamptonshire Village Church Organs Project (NVCOP) presents

Showcase Organ Recital by James Parsons

Friday, 12th May 2017, 19:30 - 21:30

St Mary’s Church, Finedon, NN9 5NR

Tickets:

£15 Adults
£10 Concessions (children, students OAP)

It celebrates the 300th anniversary of the famous historic Father Smith organ, moved to St Mary’s in 1717 and recently restored to its former glory.

The concert is held by kind permission of the organist and PCC.

James Parsons is an accomplished teacher and recitalist who has made many recordings on CD. Founder of the famous Oundle for Organists courses, he is now organist at Fotheringhay church.

The programme features organ music by Handel, John Stanley, Bach, Herbert Howells, James Macmillan and Mendelssohn. The ticket price includes interval refreshments (a glass of wine or soft drink and snacks).

NVCOP is a local charity which assists parish churches with organ refurbishment or replacement projects through technical consultancy and seed-corn funding. Its aim is: Promoting pipe organs in Northamptonshire.

Six churches have so far been assisted in this way; another project is in progress. All proceeds from this concert go towards its work.

Classical Reflection

Classical Reflection

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Saturday, 13th May 2017, 19:00Book Now
Peterborough Cathedral presents

Classical Reflection

Album Launch Concert

Saturday, 13th May 2017 at 19:00

Peterborough Cathedral, Minster Precincts, PE1 1XS

Tickets: Adults £15 / Concession £12

Join us for an evening of music with Peterborough twins and Stars of BBC 1's The Voice, Naomi & Hannah Moxon.

This promises to be a spectacular concert of classical and light opera. Their mesmerising and angelic voices, plus superb special guests, make this a concert not to be missed.

Refreshments will be on sale during the interval; unreserved seating.

Rutland Sinfonia - Vienna Gold

Rutland Sinfonia - Vienna Gold

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Saturday, 13th May 2017, 19:30Book Now
Vienna Gold

Saturday,13th May 2017

19:30 - 21:30

St. Peter's Church, Oundle

Paul Hilliam - Conductor

Freya Goldmark - Violin

Programme

Lehár -Gold and Silver Waltz
Mendelssohn - Violin Concerto
Mahler - Symphony No. 1 'Titan'

Local soloist and rising star, Freya Goldmark, makes her Rutland Sinfonia debut in May with Mendelssohn's ever popularViolin Concerto, premiered in 1845 and considered one of the first Romantic era concertos.

The concert begins by taking us to the Viennese ball to hear Lehár's glittering 'Gold and Silver' waltz and concludes with a performance of the first of Mahler's massive symphonies, originally called 'Titan'. This is a work of great contrasts from the ethereal beginning evoking nature, to the funeral dirge of Frère Jacques on a solo double bass, the lively Scherzo and the heroic finale with the horn section standing with their bells up for extra dramatic effect!

dOCs+ The Eagle Huntress (U)

dOCs+ The Eagle Huntress

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Wednesday, 17th May 2017, 19:45Book Now
dOCs+ at Fletton House

THE EAGLE HUNTRESS (U)

Wednesday, 17th May, 7:45pm

Fletton House, Fletton Way, PE8 4JA

Director: Otto Bell
Release: 2016
Runtime: 1hr 27min

‘Stunning’, ‘Inspiring’, ‘Enchanting’, ‘Thrilling’... just some of the epithets used to characterise The Eagle Huntress. And yes, it is a documentary! Set in the bare and forbidding Mongolian mountains, the film follows a 13-year-old girl’s quest to become the first female eagle hunter in twelve generations of her Kazakh family. Aisholpan fights against tradition, but also to prove herself. It is a story that gives insight into a nomadic society that still has very little in material things and yet has a great sense of self. It is also a story of a golden eagle and its place in between nature and humanity.

‘...one of the most magical stretches of nonfiction filmmaking in recent years.’ Entertainment Weekly

Fotheringhay Annual Piano Recital - Jill Crossland

Fotheringhay Annual Piano Recital - Jill Crossland

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Saturday 20 May 20177:30pm Book Now
Fotheringhay Annual Piano Recital

Jill Crossland, piano

Saturday, 20th May 2017, 19:30

St Mary's and All Saints Church
Fotheringhay, PE8 5HZ

Tickets: £9 (pre-sale), £10 (on the door).

Programme:

J S Bach, Partita No. 1 in B flat Major
Rameau, Keyboard Suites
Mozart, Sonata in C, K330
Chopin, Nocturnos

Jill Crossland purses an active concert and recording career, including a number of appearances at London's Wigmore Hall and the South Bank, Vienns Musikverin and Vienna Konzerthaus; St George's in Bristol, The Sage in Gateshead, Bridgewater Hall, and Fairfield, Cadogan and Blackheath Halls, the Leipzig Gewandhaus and the National Concert Hall in Dublin.

Jill's recordings include the Bach Goldenberg Variations on Warner Classics Apex, which reached the classical charts on release. Her complete Bach 's Well-tempered Clavier was released to critical acclaim. Jill has also recorded Mozart, Beethoven, Handel, and Scarlatti on piano and fortepiano. Her recent recodrdings of Rammeau's keyboard music was much praised. Her latest recordings are of Chopin's Nocturnes and Ballades.

Jill has appeared played for radio, TV, including BBC Radios 3 & 4 and has been featured on Classic FM Hall of Fame.

Find more information on www.jillcrossland.com