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Spain Pays Homage to Katharine of Aragon
Thursday, 25 January 2018
19:30 - 22:00
An exciting look at the past, using Spanish music, dance and literature to create a bridge between cultures.
Christian, Muslim and Jewish Women
Traditional Spanish women´s songs from the 16th century, the time of Katharine of Aragon.
Begoña Olavide: vocals, salterio, bendir and bells.
Javier Bergia: vocals, guitar, bendir, darbuka, and cántaro.
Aragon and Castille, the Lands of Queens
Ibérica de Danza, Bedford Young Theatre, and Begoña Olavide, work together to bring you a portrayal of the life of Katharine of Aragon through music and words from a variety of English and Spanish authors.
Tickets: £18, £16 concessions
These performances have been supported by The Spanish Embassy UK and the Spanish Government.
Thursday, 25th January
Written and performed by Luke Wright
We all want something to believe in. It’s 1987 and Frankie Vah gorges on love, radical politics and indie stardom. But can he keep it all down?
Following the multi-award-winning What I Learned From Johnny Bevan, Luke Wright’s second verse play deals with love, loss and belief, against a backdrop of scuzzy indie venues and 80s politics. Expect frenetic guitars, visceral verse and a Morrissey-sized measure of heartache.
Written and performed in deft verse by Fringe First & Stage Award for Acting Excellence winner, Luke Wright.
Age recommendation 15+
The Stahl Theatre
"This is a mature, lyrical and politically relevant piece of poetic writing...beautifully performed" Exeunt
at Peterborough Cathedral presents
Alison Weir Talk: Anne Boleyn, A King’s Obsession
Friday, 26th January 2018
19:30 - 21:00
In this richly illustrated talk, bestselling historian and novelist, Alison Weir, will shed light on the relationship between Katharine of Aragon and her rival for the King’s affection, Anne Boleyn. Fresh from the sophisticated palaces of Burgundy and France, Anne draws the attention at the English court and embraces the play of courtly love. But when the King commands, nothing is ever a game. She has a spirit worthy of a crown - and a crown is what she seeks. And so she embarks on her perilous course, which will plunge a kingdom into turmoil.
Alison Weir weaves new research and theories into the dark, powerful tale of Henry VIII’s second wife - a woman ahead of her time, who dared to question traditional concepts of femininity, and whose ambition drove her to gamble with the fickle nature of a dangerous king.
There will be a book stall and at the end of the evening Alison will be signing copies of her two recent novels, Anne Boleyn, A King’s Obsession, and Katherine of Aragon, the True Queen.
Tickets: £12 adults, £10 under 16s (including a glass of wine or soft drink).
6.00pm A Tudor-style Pottage & Ale Supper
The 13th century Knights’ Chamber is the atmospheric setting for a supper before Alison Weir’s talk. It will be accompanied by re-enactors and attendants in Tudor costume.
TICKETS: £48 per person, includes drinks and a reserved seat for the 7.30pm talk by Alison Weir. £36 for supper only. For more information or to book visit www.peterborough-cathedral.org.uk/143/section.aspx/142/pottage2018 or call 01733 452336.
Sunday, 28th January, 7.30pm
THE STAHL THEATRE
West St, PE8 4EJ, Oundle
Cast: Mark Rylance, Fionn Whitehead, Kenneth Branagh
Director: Christopher Nolan
Runtime: 1hr 46min
In May 1940 Germany advanced into France, trapping Allied troops on the beaches of Dunkirk. Under air and ground cover from British and French forces, troops were methodically evacuated from the beach using every serviceable naval and civilian vessel that could be found. By the end of this heroic mission, 330,000 French, British, Belgian and Dutch soldiers had been safely evacuated.
Writer/director Nolan has crafted a film that will arguably become the definitive cinematic depiction of this remarkable chapter of history. With its thunderous sound design, Dunkirk assaults the senses, yet minimal dialogue means that large sections of the film play like classic silent cinema.
‘It’s an utterly immersive experience that fulfils Nolan’s promise of creating "virtual reality without the goggles"...see it you must.’Mark Kermode, Observer
Sponsored by Willowbrook Kitchens