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Write about what You Know
A comedy by Paul Gisby
30th & 31st March and 1st April 2017
Doors open at 7pm for a 7:30pm start
Barnwell Village Hall, Hemington Rd, PE8 5QD
A painfully comic evocation of a writers’ circle where members struggle with a variety of literary forms and with each other.
They meet each month in the local scout hut to discuss their work, exchange tips and seek mutual encouragement.
But closer examination of this disparate group reveals a whirlwind of love affairs, petty jealousy, rivalry and literary one upmanship.
Thursday, 30th March, 7:45pm
Stahl Theatre, PE8 4EJ
Cast: Jamie Dorman, Cillian Murphy, Charlotte Le Bon, Toby Jones
Director: Sean Ellis
A film based on the extraordinary true story of Operation Anthropoid, the World War II mission to assassinate SS General Reinhard Heydrich, the main architect behind the Final Solution. As the Reich's third-in-command after Hitler and Himmler and leader of the occupying Nazi forces in Czechoslovakia, Heydrich’s reign of terror prompted self-exiled Czech and Slovak soldiers to hatch a top-secret mission that would change the face of Europe forever.
‘An intelligent, tough, and gripping movie.’ Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian
Little Red Riding Hood (Pantomime)
Catworth Village Hall, Church Road, PE28 0PA
30th and 31st March at 8pm
1st April, matinee at 2:30pm, evening at 8pm
Tickets: Adults £6.50/ U16 £3.50
Cakes, cakes, where are my cakes?’ cries Grannie Hood, one of the cast members of the 2017 CATS Pantomime, Red Riding Hood.
Set in Dark Wood, the story intertwines the Red Riding Hood fairy tale with the Robin Hood fable and is set against a backdrop of a topical baking themed feud between Michelin star chef, Heston Lupus and the delectable Nigella Hood.
Come and see how Nigella thwarts Heston’s plans to dominate the Dark Wood Dessert economy and wince at the yeast addicted and cantankerous Grannie Hood. Watch as Red Riding Hood handles the charms of the Grey Wolf and marvel at the tracking skills of the Dark Wood wolf hunters.
Laugh at the hapless Marcus and Miranda as they try to scheme their way to owning their own restaurant. Join the Dark Wood ramblers as they search for Nigella’s large portions and cheer as Robin Hood and his politically correct merry men evade the nasty Sheriff of Peterborough and fight for the rights of the humble consumer.
Sing along with Alana A Dale’s awful madrigals, groan at the villager’s bad jokes and smile at Gwendolyn’s infernal cheerfulness. With twists and turns, songs, sound effects and wonderful costumes, this original pantomime written by Scott Millington, is a treat for all ages.
Saturday, 1st April 2017
19:00 - 21:00
St Peter's Church, Oundle
Tickets: Adults £6 / Under 18s £2
The Gala Concert features selected performers, both young and old, from the four days of the competitive Festival and celebrates their achievements.
2017 Oundle Young Singer and the recipients of the Oundle Town Council prizes for Speech and Drama will feature in the line up.
The competition for Oundle Young Musician of the Year takes place during the concert. You can experience great music making and hear the successor to Rob Burton who won last year.
Saturday, 1st April 2017 at 19:30
Peterborough Cathedral, Mister Precincts, PE1 1XS
Peterborough Cathedral Choir, Youth Choir and Festival Chorus, with Instruments of Time and Truth, directed by Steven Grahl perform:
Handel, Coronation Anthems
£20, £15 (U18s half price)
Accompanied disabled people in wheelchairs can obtain tickets at a reduced price by contacting the Oundle Box Office on 01832 274734.
BRIDGET JONES’S BABY (15)
Thursday, 13th April, 7:45pm
Stahl Theatre, PE8 4EJ
Cast: Renee Zellweger, Colin Firth, Patrick Dempsey, Jim Broadbent
Director: Sharon Maguire
Runtime: 2hr 3min
Bridget has broken up with Mark Darcy, who has remarried. Now in her early forties, she decides to concentrate on her career as a top news producer. However, she falls for the dashing and handsome American, Jack Quant; life couldn't be better. But then Bridget discovers she is pregnant. Who is the father: Jack, or Mark - with whom she had a one-night-stand after Mark announced he was planning to divorce his new wife?
'A solid and satisfying comeback.' Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian
Wednesday, 19th April, 7:45pm
Fletton House, Fletton Way, PE8 4JA
Director: Barry Frechette
Few people know that among the estimated 140,000 casualties of the devastating bombing of Hiroshima were twelve US bomber crew, captured just days before the attack and held at Military Police Headquarters. For decades, the families of these Americans were never informed as to the fates of their loved ones. Thanks to the tireless efforts of Shigeaki Mori, himself a hibakusha (A-bomb survivor), their names are now part of the Hiroshima Peace Museum. His work has contributed to wider personal and political reconciliation; Paper Lanterns documents Mori’s dream of reaching out to the relatives of these lost airmen.
THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN (15)
Sunday, 23rd April, 7:45pm
Director: Tate Taylor
Cast: Emily Blunt, Haley Bennett, Rebecca Ferguson
Runtime: 1hr 52min
Every day divorcee Rachel Watson takes the train to work in New York, and every day the train passes her old house where her ex-husband still lives with his new wife and child. As Rachel attempts to focus on something other than her pain, she starts to watch a couple who live a few houses down. One day, as the train passes, she witnesses a shocking event and consequently becomes embroiled in a missing persons investigation.
‘Retaining the British accent that makes her even more of an outsider in this scary New World, Blunt convinces completely as a drunken fish out of water.’ Mark Kermode, Observer