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Britten, St Nicholas & Moore, Ode to St Cecilia

Britten, St Nicholas & Moore, Ode to St Cecilia

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Saturday 25 Nov 20177:30pm Book Now (Tickets Available on the Door)
Peterborough Cathedral presents

Peterborough Cathedral Choir, Youth Choir and Festival Chorus, with Peterborough Choral Society, orchestra and soloist present an autumn concert

Saturday, 25th November 2017 at 7.30pm

Conductor: Steven Grahl

Programme:

Britten, St Nicholas
Moore, Ode to St Cecilia

Tickets: £20, £15

Accompanied disabled people in wheelchairs can obtain tickets at a reduced price by contacting the Oundle Box Office on 01832 274734.

TICKET UPDATE 24th Nov:

Tickets will be available for sale on the night on the door.

Clarinet Fantastique

Clarinet Fantastique

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Saturday 25 Nov 20177:30pm Book Now (Tickets Available on the Door)
Clarinet Fantastique

Saturday, 25th November 2017

19:30 - 21:30

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

Paul Hilliam - conductor

Marie Lloyd - clarinet

Programme

Verdi, Overture - The Force of Destiny

Mozart, Clarinet Concerto

Berlioz, Symphonie Fantastique

TICKETS:
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

Three popular classics can be heard in the orchestra’s annual autumn concert in St Peter’s Church, Oundle. Verdi’s stirring Overture ‘The Force of Destiny’ reached a wide audience as the sound track for the films ‘Jean De Florette’ and ‘Manon Des Sources’ - and more recently in an advert for lager! Then Mozart’s beautiful Clarinet Concerto will be performed by Marie Lloyd, one of the UK’s leading clarinetists, and a member of the Chamber Orchestra of Europe. The immediate inspiration for our final piece, Symphonie Fantastique, was the composer’s infatuation with the Irish Shakespearean actress Harriet Smithson. When Berlioz saw her in Paris in the roles of Ophelia and Juliet he declared 'I will marry that woman and on that drama, I will write my greatest symphony'. His Symphonie Fantastique is a tour de force for the orchestra with the 'March to the Scaffold' and 'The Witches' Sabbath' among the highlights.

The Rutland Sinfonia welcomes wheelchair users to its concerts but so as to better prepare for their easier access and accommodation, if possible, we would be grateful if you could let us know you are planning to attend by emailing rutlandsinfonia@gmail.com

TICKET UPDATE 24th Nov:

There are only 10 tickets left to be sold on the door.

The Sense of an Ending (15)

The Sense of an Ending

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Sunday 26 Nov 20177:45pm Book Now (Tickets Available on the Door)
Oundle Cinema presents

THE SENSE OF AN ENDING (15)

Sunday, 26th November, 7.45pm

STAHL THEATRE
West St, Oundle, PE8 4EJ

Cast: Jim Broadbent, Charlotte Rampling, Harriet Walter
Director: Ritesh Batra
UK Release: 2017
Runtime: 1hr 48 min

Divorced and retired, Tony leads a reclusive and relatively quiet life. One day he learns that his university girlfriend, Veronica, has acquired a diary kept by his best friend, who dated her after she and Tony split up. Tony’s quest to recover the diary forces him to revisit his past. As he digs deeper, it starts to come back: first love, broken heart, deceit, regrets, guilt... Can Tony bear to face the truth and take responsibility for the devastating consequences of actions he took so long ago? ‘Jim Broadbent gives a droll, well-judged performance in this adaptation of Julian Barnes’ Booker-winner, about a blast from the past of a grumpy divorcee.’ Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

TICKET UPDATE 24th Nov:

There are tickets available for sale on the door on the night at the Stahl.

Catworth Amateur Theatrical Society - Wenceslaus

Catworth Amateur Theatrical Society - Wenceslaus

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Friday 1 Dec 20178:00pm Book Now
Saturday 2 Dec 20178:00pm Book Now
Catworth Amateur Theatrical Society presents

Wenceslaus

Friday, 1st December &

Saturday, 2nd December 2017

8pm - 10pm

Doors open at 7:30pm, licenced bar

St Leonard's Church, Catworth

Church Road, PE28 0PA

Tickets: Adults £6.50/ Under16s £4.00

Wenceslaus

Wenceslaus Duke of Bohemia has invited the lords and ladies for Christmas feasting at his Castle. Ruling over a Duchy in this period of Christianisation is hard when some do not want change and resolutely stick to pagan beliefs. Harder still when some oppose his Ducal Authority and his decision to place Bohemia under the protection of Henry, the Saxon King of Germany and the Holy Roman Empire. Yule and Christmas were celebrated by feasting for more than the twelve days of Christmas the two beliefs being intertwined.

Having taken control from his mother Drahomira a few years earlier the Duke allows her back from exile for Christmas. Boleslav his younger brother and his mother’s favourite, is cruel jealous and thinks Wenceslaus too weak to rule Bohemia. They scheme to overthrow Wenceslaus, Boleslav is prepared to go above and beyond to get what he wants and even Drahomira has a change of heart.

For Boleslav blood ties mean nothing. Wenceslaus must realise that being a good leader requires a different sort of strength and face the fact that kinship counts for nothing in the eyes of his brother.

There is much feasting to celebrate Christ’s birth at the table of Duke Wenceslaus and for those who celebrate the spirits of Christmas. When it goes wrong he sees that some people are just evil through and through and no amount of kindness and leniency will change them.

Robert Winder, The Last Wolf

Robert Winder, The Last Wolf

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Saturday 2 Dec 20177:45pm Book Now (Early Bird £1 off till 24th Nov)
Oundle Festival of Literature presents

Robert Winder, The Last Wolf

Saturday, 2nd December, 7:45pm

St Peter's Church, Oundle, PE8 4AL

What sort of a place is England? And who are the English? As the United Kingdom turns away from its European neighbours, and begins to look increasingly disunited at home, it is becoming necessary to ask what England has that is singular and its own.

In 1290 a Shropshire knight named Peter Corbet killed the last wolf in England’s western shires. The impact was immediate and profound: England became a vast and wealthy sheep farm, landholding on a grand scale became possible, commercial life was transformed, and a recognizable national culture began to emerge.

Revisiting the themes of his seminal book about immigration in Britain, Bloody Foreigners, Robert Winder’s The Last Wolf travels across modern England, looking deeper into history and nature to explore the origins of modern England and Englishness. It is often assumed that a national identity must be a matter of values and ideas but, in this brilliantly written account, Winder reveals a land built on a lucky set of natural ingredients.

Robert Winder was literary editor of the Independent for five years. His works of nonfiction include Bloody Foreigners: The Story of Immigration to Britain and The Little Wonder: The Remarkable Story of Wisden

Their Finest (12A)

Their Finest

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Thursday 14 Dec 20177:45pm Book Now
Oundle Cinema presents

THEIR FINEST (12A)

Thursday, 14th December, 7.45pm

STAHL THEATRE
West St, Oundle, PE8 4EJ

Director: Lone Scherfig
Cast: Gemma Arterton, Sam Claflin, Bill Nighy
UK Release: 2017
Runtime: 1hr 57mins

1940, London, the Blitz. With the country’s morale at stake, Catrin, an untried screenwriter is hired to provide "a woman’s touch" and, with a makeshift cast and crew, work under fire to make a film to lift the nation’s flagging spirits. Along with fellow screenwriter Buckley, and eccentric former matinee idol Ambrose Hilliard, the trio set out to make a film that will warm the hearts of the nation. Based on Lissa Evans’ novel, Their Finest Hour and a Half, this is a witty, romantic and moving portrayal of a young woman finding her way, and voice, in the mayhem of war and the movies!

‘Gemma Arterton shines in a big hearted and witty drama about the making of a Second World War propaganda film.’ Wendy Ide, The Guardian

Screened in partnership with OUNDLE MUSEUM.

Cathedral Christmas Concert

Cathedral Christmas Concert

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Friday 15 Dec 20177:30pm Book Now
Peterborough Cathedral presents

Cathedral Christmas Concert

Peterborough Cathedral

Friday, 15th December 2017

19:30 - 21:30

The highlight of the Christmas musical calendar, this is a concert not to be missed!

Peterborough Cathedral Choir, Youth Choir and Festival Chorus perform a programme of traditional music for choir and organ, with carols for the audience, all in the magnificent acoustic of the Cathedral.

The programme includes Vaughan Williams Fantasia on Christmas Carols.

Tickets: £25, £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.

This concert is presentated in association with Hunt & Coombs Solicitors.

Ian Anderson with The Christmas Jethro Tull

Ian Anderson with The Christmas Jethro Tull

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Saturday 16 Dec 20177:30pm Book Now
Ian Anderson with The Christmas Jethro Tull

Peterborough Cathedral

Saturday, 16th December 2017, 19:30 - 21:30

Rock legend Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull will be performing The Christmas Jethro Tull concert at Peterborough Cathedral.

With much good humour and good cheer, Ian Anderson and his band will perform some of the more festive numbers from the prodigious Jethro Tull back catalogue, alongside other Christmas music and readings. There is also the promise of the odd surprise guest joining the line-up on the evening.

Ian Anderson is famed as the man who brought the flute to rock music. He maintains a busy touring schedule, often ending the year with yuletide concerts in cathedrals and churches. The self-professed non-believer nonetheless claims a huge affinity for the deeds and traditions of Christianity and this is his way of showing his support.

Thanks to Ian Anderson's generosity, all the proceeds of this concert will support the upkeep of this ancient and beautiful cathedral.

TICKET UPDATE 17th Nov: Standard tickets sold out. There are only a few carer and disabled people seats left.

Tickets

BAND A (purple) £35.00
BAND B (golden) £27.50
BAND C (green) £15.00
BAND D (blue) £7.50

There is a big screen above the stage. All pillars have 50'' screens for better visibility in side naves.

Please note: all Side Nave seats face inwards towards the central nave aisle. If you are booking two or more Side Nave tickets and wish to sit beside each other, please choose tickets with the same number but different letters. Screens showing the performance will be in place on the pillars.

Accompanied disabled people in wheelchairs can obtain tickets at a reduced price by contacting the Oundle Box Office on 01832 274734.

Please find the entire seating plan below.

Beauty and the Beast. (PG)

Beauty and the Beast.

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Sunday 17 Dec 20175:00pm Book Now
Oundle Cinema presents

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (PG)

Sunday, 17th December

5pm (PLEASE NOTE EARLIER TIME)

STAHL THEATRE
West St, Oundle, PE8 4EJ

Cast: Emma Watson, Dan Stevens, Luke Evans
Director: Bill Condon
Release: 2017
Runtime: 2hr 9min

A live-action re-telling of Disney’s animated classic about the fantastic journey of Belle, a beautiful and independent young woman taken prisoner by a beast in his castle. Despite her fears, Belle befriends the castle’s enchanted staff and learns to look beyond the Beast’s hideous exterior to the kind heart and soul of the true Prince within. With a star-studded supporting cast, it also has a brilliant soundtrack including Celine Dion, Ariana Grande, John Legend and Josh Groban.

‘Emma Watson dazzles in Disney's show-stopping chocolate box of a remake.’ Tim Robey, The Telegraph