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Hidden Figures (PG)

Hidden Figures

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Sunday 24 Sep 20177:45pm Book Now (Tickets Available on the Door)
Oundle Cinema presents


Sunday, 24th September, 7.45pm

West St, Oundle, PE8 4EJ

Cast: Taraji P Henson, Octavia Spencer, Javelle Monáe, Kevin Costner, Kirsten Dunst

Director: Theodore Melfi
Release: 2016
Runtime 2hr 7 min

Based on a best-selling and groundbreaking book by Margot Shetterley, this movie tells the hitherto forgotten story of three black women in America and their stunning contributions to the sixties Space Race, at a time when the USA was falling behind the Soviets. Shocking in its portrayal of everyday segregation - you won’t forget the coffee pot or that long walk in those shoes - this movie tells its story in an accessible and uplifting way. Kevin Costner and a scary Kirsten Dunst do a good job in support while the three leads steal the show.

‘.. a story of NASA’s past that makes for compelling and important cinema.’ Simon Brew

TICKET UPDATE 22nd September:

Tickets will still be available on the door on the night!

All the Things I Lied About

All the Things I Lied About

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Wednesday 27 Sep 20177:45pm Book Now
All The Things I Lied About

Wednesday, 27th September

Presented by Paul Jellis and Katie Bonna
in association with Soho Theatre
Directed by Joe Murphy

Fringe First winner Katie Bonna is giving a TED talk on the science of lying. Well, that’s not quite true. TED haven’t actually asked her to do one - yet.

In a comic exploration of her past mistakes and inevitable future disasters, Katie unpicks how everyday lies can lead to a world of Trump and Brexit. A fearlessly honest show for the post-truth era.

Dirty Great Love Story, co-written and performed with Richard Marsh, won a Fringe First in 2012, and Katie was also nominated for Best Actress by The Stage.

'Honest in its material, unparalleled in its performance and unmissable in its charm' Upcoming

'Moving, potent and personal' The Stage

The Stahl Theatre


£12 Adults
£10 Concessions

Tricity Vogue

Tricity Vogue

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Friday 29 Sep 20177:30pm Book Now
Oundle International Festival presents

Tricity Vogue

Friday, 29th September, 7.30pm

The Barn at Foxtail Lilly
41 South Road, Oundle PE8 4BP

Tickets: £24 / £22 concessions; £14 u18 include a Mixed Meze Supper Box by Justin Capp. Drinks will be available to purchase.

Enjoy a quirky, charming and offbeat musical cabaret from vintage songstress and ukulele maestro, Tricity Vogue, in the intimate and informal surroundings of the barn at Foxtail Lilly. Expect a eclectic mix of much loved tunes as well as Tricity’s own cheeky originals, with amusing chat, laughter and the chance for audience participation.

Sully (12A)


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Sunday 1 Oct 20177:45pm Book Now
Oundle Cinema presents


Sunday, 1st October, 7.45pm

West St, Oundle, PE8 4EJ

Cast: Tom Hanks, Aaron Eckhart, Laura Linney
Director: Clint Eastwood
Release: 2016
Runtime: 1hr 36 mins

The story of the amazing forced landing of US Airways flight 1549 onto the Hudson River following a bird strike immediately after takeoff. The 'landing' was well reported, so the film focuses more on the subsequent publicity and investigation. The battle between Captain Chesley Sullenberger and the Safety Board to prove accident or pilot error yields a typically strong performance from Tom Hanks under Clint Eastwood's directorship. The film uncovers the fear and self-doubt inside a man who would never accept being defined as a hero.

‘Sully is a beautifully balanced, classily nuanced and hugely engaging film that avoids all the clichéd pitfalls it could have slipped into.’ Simon Thompson, IGN

Claire Fuller: Swimming Lessons

Claire Fuller: Swimming Lessons

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Thursday 5 Oct 20177:45pm Book Now (Early bird £1 off till 29th Sept)
Oundle Festival of Literature presents

Claire Fuller: Swimming Lessons

Thursday, 5th October, 7:45PM

St Peter's Church, Oundle
Church Street, PE8 4AL

Ingrid Coleman writes letters to her husband, Gil, about the truth of their marriage, but instead of giving them to him, she hides them in the thousands of books he has collected over the years. When Ingrid has written her final letter she disappears from a Dorset beach, presumed drowned, leaving behind her husband, and her two daughters, Flora and Nan.
Twelve years later, Gil thinks he sees Ingrid from a bookshop window, Flora, who has existed in a limbo of hope and grief, imagination and fact, wants answers. She returns home to care for her father and to try to finally discover what happened to Ingrid, not realising that what she’s looking for is hidden in the books that surround her.

Scandalous and whip-smart, Swimming Lessons holds the Coleman family up to the light, exposing the mysterious truths of a passionate and troubled marriage.

Claire’s short stories have been published in many literary journals and shortlisted in prizes. Baker, Emily and Me, won the 2014 BBC Opening Lines competition and my story, A Quiet Tidy Man, won the Royal Academy and Pin Drop short story award 2016.

Claire is the author of Swimming Lessons (published 2017), and Our Endless Numbered Days (2015) which won the 2015 Desmond Elliott Prize for debut fiction and was a 2016 Richard and Judy Book Club Pick.

Some Enchanted Evening

Some Enchanted Evening

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Saturday 7 Oct 20177:30pm Book Now
Some Enchanted Evening; a Rodgers and Hammerstein Spectacular

Saturday, 7th October 2017

19:30 - 21:30

Oakham School Chapel
Chapel Close, Market, Place, Oakham, LE15 6DT

David Calow - conductor
Caroline Trutz - soprano
Michael Lessiter - bass-baritone


Music and songs from:

The King and I
South Pacific
and The Sound of Music sing-along finale!

Full price: on the door £13, in advance £11
Concessions: on the door £11, in advance £9.
Children and students under 18, and students in full time education £3

Associate Conductor David Calow opens our season with ‘Some Enchanted Evening; a Rodgers and Hammerstein Spectacular!’. Come and hear all of your ‘favourite things’ from ‘Carousel’, ‘The King and I’, ‘Oklahoma!’ and ‘South Pacific’ and take part in a ‘Sound of Music’ sing-along finale! We will also be performing other works by Richard Rodgers including the music to the ballet 'Slaughter on Tenth Avenue'. Our vocal soloists are local soprano Caroline Trutz, making a welcome return to sing with us, and bass-baritone Michael Lessiter from the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. The previous Sinfonia Musicals concerts were very popular so book early!

Denial (12A)


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Sunday 8 Oct 20177:45pm Book Now
Oundle Cinema presents


Sunday, 8th October, 7.45pm

West St, Oundle, PE8 4EJ

Cast: Rachel Weisz, Tom Wilkinson, Timothy Spall
Director: Mick Jackson
Release: 2016
Runtime: 1hr 49 min

Denial recounts the true story of Deborah Lipstadt's legal battle for historical truth against the notorious Holocaust denier David Irving, who accused her of libel when she denounced him in her acclaimed book, Denying the Holocaust: The Growing Assault on Truth and Memory. With the burden of proof in English defamation law falling upon the defendant, it was up to Lipstadt and her legal team to prove the essential truth that the Holocaust occurred. With a screenplay by David Hare this is gripping courtroom drama at its best.

‘One of the most spectacular aspects of the film are the court hearings as they are simultaneously almost unbelievable and yet lifted, verbatim, from the records.’ Lochley Shaddock, Filmlink

Yarwell & Nassington Britannia Band: An American Prom Concert

Yarwell & Nassington Britannia Band: An American Prom Concert

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Friday 13 Oct 20177:45pm Book Now
Yarwell & Nassington Britannia Band present

An American Prom Concert

Friday, 13th October

7:45pm - 10:00pm

Nassington Church
Church Street, Nassington, PE8 6QG

Yarwell & Nassington Britannia Band are returning to perform their very popular Last Night of the Proms concert in Nassington Church. This year there is an American theme and we are raising funds for The Nene Valley Care Trust, a very worthwhile local charity.

Whether stars and stripes or union flags, it will be a musical evening with a lot of fun.

CPSO Autumn Concert - From the New World

CPSO  Autumn Concert - From the New World

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Sunday 15 Oct 20173:00pm Book Now
City of Peterborough Symphony Orchestra presents

Autumn Concert - From the New World

Sunday, 15th October, 3PM - 5PM

Queen Katharine Academy Hall ( previously Voyager Hall)

Mountsteven Ave, Walton, Peterborough, PE4 6HX

The Romantic Orchestra

Humperdinck - Overture to Hansel and Gretel
Glazounov - Saxophone Concerto, Soloist: Gillian Blair
Dvorak - Symphony no. 9, The New World

£13.50 adult / £11.50 concession & full time student
£5 U18 / up to two U18s free if accompanied by one paying adult

Welcome to CPSO’s new season and after the novelty of new ideas and initiatives during last year’s ground breaking season under Steve Bingham, we are pleased to bring you this wonderful romantic and dramatic repertoire in our autumn concert. This concert is not without its novelty; the Saxophone Concerto by Alexander Glazounov is another CPSO first, played by the brilliant virtuoso, Gillian Blair. The saxophone probably best known for its impact on the big swing bands, also has a deeply lyrical and expressive tone which is the aspect that Glazounov brings out beautifully in his thoughtful concerto - a sound not to be missed.

The concert starts with Humperdinck’s Overture to Hansel and Gretel, depicting the famous fairy tale which reaches its happy ending after various wild and sinister goings on, incorporating many melodies that you will all recognise.

Finally to America and Dvorak; the brilliant Czech composer’s The New World symphony. Who cannot listen to these stirring, exciting sounds of adventure without a tingle down the spine, noting the wistful American-Indian melodies along the way. The renowned slow movement with its brooding chorale start, its famous cor-anglais solo and shimmering high woodwind expressing the frisson of wind in the trees is just stunning; as is the wild whirlwind furiant dance of the third movement. The heroic sounds of the full orchestra bring this tremendously and rightly popular symphony to a triumphant conclusion under the inspired leadership of Steve Bingham.

Don’t miss out on this brilliant concert, book your tickets today!

dOCs+ Estate, a Reverie (U)

dOCs+ Estate, a Reverie

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Wednesday 18 Oct 20177:45pm Book Now (Buy 3 dOCs+ films at £6 each)
dOCs+ at Fletton House


Wednesday, 18th October, 7.45pm

Fletton House
Fletton Way, Glapthorn Rd, Oundle, PE8 4JA

Director: Andrea Luka Zimmerman
Release: 2015
Runtime: 1hr 23 min

A deeply moving portrait of a community in East London living on the Haggerston Estate - built on land that was originally part of the estate of the astronomer Edmond Halley, later demolished and recreated in the 1930s as a model housing estate for London’s working class. The estate’s constituent blocks are named after characters from Samuel Richardson’s Clarissa. The film mixes lyricism, literary recreation, gritty realism and music. It is poignant and real, deeply felt and important... a paean to survival, dignity, solidarity, a paean to a community in the face of erosion.

‘An enthralling and uplifting celebration of the resilience of humanity in flux.’ Andrew Kottin

The Young Offenders (15)

The Young Offenders

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Thursday 19 Oct 20177:45pm Book Now
Oundle Cinema presents


Thursday, 18th October, 7.45pm

West St, Oundle, PE8 4EJ

Cast: Alex Murphy, Chris Walley, Hilary Rose
Director: Peter Foott
Release: 2016
Runtime: 1hr 23 min

A comedy about best friends, Conor and Jock, two inner-city teenagers from Cork. Jock is a legendary bike thief who plays a daily game of cat and mouse with the bike-theft-obsessed Garda Sergeant Healy. When a drug-trafficking boat capsizes off the coast of West Cork and 61 bales of cocaine, each worth seven million euros, are seized, word gets out that one bale has disappeared. The boys steal two bikes and go on a road trip hoping to find the missing bale which they can sell so as to escape their troubled home lives...But Sergeant Healy is in hot pursuit.

‘It's the most perceptive comic portrait of the adolescent male since The Inbetweeners, but with a naturalism that is unexpectedly disarming.’ Wendy Ide, Observer

N.B. There is a typo on p.3 of the Cinema brochure where it states that this film is on Thursday, 18th October. It should state Thursday, 19th October. Apologies for any inconvenience.