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The Light between Oceans (12A)

The Light between Oceans

Book Tickets

Thursday, 1st June 2017, 19:45Book Now
Oundle Cinema presents

THE LIGHT BETWEEN OCEANS (12A)

Thursday, 1st June, 7:45pm

Stahl Theatre, PE8 4EJ

Cast: Michael Fassbender, Alicia Vikander, Rachel Weisz
Director: Derek Cianfrance
Release: 2016
Runtime: 2hr 13min

Tom is a World War I veteran who maintains a lighthouse off the shore of Australia with his wife Isabel, a woman desperate to have a baby. Her prayers are answered when an infant is washed ashore in a rowing boat. They decide to keep the child and bring it up as their own. The unfolding story behind the child’s arrival forces Tom and Isabel to make a decision that will forever affect the lives of four people.

‘Unashamedly and even ruthlessly sentimental, this film tugs away at your heartstrings like it’s ringing in the new year.’ Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

Caprice Duo: Helen Smith & Ben Smith

Caprice Duo: Helen Smith & Ben Smith

Book Tickets

Friday, 2nd June 2017, 19:30Book Now (Sold Out)
Music in Special Places

Caprice Duo

Helen Smith (violin) & Ben Smith (accordion)

Friday, 2nd June 2017, 7:30pm

The Barn, Thorpe Castle House, Thorpe Waterville, NN14 3ED

Caprice Duo plays all kinds of cafe music including tangos, musette walzes, folk dances and cafe favourites from around Europe and beyond. You will recognise almost every tune (but probably only know the names of a few).

In the glorious setting of The Old Barn at Thorpe Castle house, this really is a special place to enjoy an early summer glass of wine while listening to music which will bring a smile to your face and a tap to your toe!

Tickets

£14/ £12 concessions / £4 under 18

King Lear in Brooklyn: An Evening with Michael Pennington

King Lear in Brooklyn: An Evening with Michael Pennington

Book Tickets

Sunday, 4th June 2017, 19:00Book Now (Early bird £1 off till 27th May)
Oundle Festival of Literature presents

King Lear in Brooklyn: An Evening with Michael Pennington

Sunday, 4th June 2017, 19:00

St Peter's Church, Oundle, PE8 4AL

Come and hear one of the world’s leading Shakespearean actors, Michael Pennington who appeared triumphantly as King Lear in New York in 2014, talk about his latest book for one evening only in Oundle.

King Lear in Brooklyn, published in June 2016, is Pennington’s meditations on grappling with Shakespeare’s greatest role, and gives a fascinating insight into the punishing mental and physical impact the role can have on those who are brave enough to take on the challenge.

Pennington examines the relationships between the cast and the characters they play, and explores the director’s approach to Lear and that of the other actors. We see the production develop and unfurl through the eyes of an English actor playing the lead in an otherwise all-American cast.

Funny, personal and deeply honest, Pennington’s account is also probing and scholarly - there is no greater insight into Shakespeare’s greatest role. This is the work of one of our most sublime actor-writers at the top of his game.

Michael Pennington has played Hamlet, Timon of Athens, Berowne, Angelo, Richard II, Coriolanus, Macbeth, Henry V and Leontes in The Winter’s Tale. Together with director Michael Bogdanov, he founded the English Shakespeare Company in 1986 and was its Joint Artistic Director until 1992.

In April 2004 he became the second actor to deliver the British Academy’s annual Shakespeare lecture. The lecture was entitled Barnadine's Straw: The Devil in Shakespeare's Detail.