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MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS (12A)
Thursday, 24th May, 7.30pm
THE STAHL THEATRE
West St., Oundle, PE8 4EJ
Cast: Kenneth Branagh, Penélope Cruz, Willem Dafoe
Director: Kenneth Branagh
Runtime: 1hr 53min
Arriving in Istanbul for a relaxing holiday, the famous Belgian detective Hercule Poirot receives a telegram summoning him back to London. Soon the vigilant detective finds himself on board the luxurious Orient Express, sharing a carriage with an eclectic assortment of first-class travellers and an invisible murderer who walks unnoticed among them. When a sudden massive avalanche blocks the tracks, trapping the passengers on board the train, the gruesome murder of a commuter in his cabin forces Poirot to solve a conundrum where everyone is a suspect. Classic Agatha Christie.
'Branagh clearly has fun with the eccentric nature of the Poirot character, whose gift of insight is a blessing when it comes to solving crimes but a curse in its effects on his daily existence.' Brian Lowry, CNN.com
Sponsored by Oundle Carriage Company
Music in Special Places presents
Folk trio James Gavin - Dominic Henderson - Tommie Black-Roff
Friday, 8th June 2018
19:30 - 21:30
St Peter’s Church, Church Street, Yaxley, PE7 3LH
Tickets: £15 / £12.50 concessions; £4 u18
Folk trio TEYR evolved out of London’s thriving session scene, combining bothy ballads, focal shanties, folk tunes and Irish poetry. Their unique blend of voices and instruments draws links between the many sounds of the Celtic and British isles. Featuring close vocal harmonies, fiddle, uilleann pipes, guitar, low whistle and accordion, and influenced by the great folk musicians who've come before, TEYR (‘3’ in the Cornish language) have honed their craft and thrive on weaving their diverse threads together.
Their acclaimed debut release Far From The Tree is a distillation of two years of playing, writing and wrangling (!), the “excellent debut album” (The Independent) blends originals and reworked ballads, displaying the full breadth of the trio’s innovative and distinctive sound.
Described by Folk Radio UK as “High-energy brilliance”, James Gavin, Dominic Henderson and Tommie Black-Roff are three of London’s finest new breed of folk musician. After extensive touring in England, Scotland and Ireland, they look set to establish their name and unique musical mix on the world in the year to come.
“If you only see one thing today, see TEYR” The Independent
”With a debut like this, UK folk music is in good hands” Maverick Magazine ****
Sunday, 10th June, 6pm (Please note earlier time)
THE STAHL THEATRE
West St., Oundle, PE8 4EJ
Cast: Hugh Bonneville, Sally Hawkins, Ben Whishaw, Hugh Grant
Director: Paul King
Run Time: 1hr 43min
This sequel to the big-hearted film debut of the small bear from darkest Peru is a full-on charm offensive of a movie. And Paddington, with his ingrained decency, generosity of spirit and unshakable faith in the value of good manners, cements himself as a slightly sticky beacon of hope for these unsettled times.
Paddington is living happily with the Brown family and is a popular member of the local community, picking up odd jobs to afford a present for his Aunt Lucy's 100th birthday. When the present is stolen, Paddington must retrieve it and unmask the thief.
‘...a deliciously funny Hugh Grant makes the bear’s sequel impossible to resist.’ Tim Robey, The Daily Telegraph
Sponsored by Big Bear Outdoors
Peterborough Cathedral presents
900 Years of Church Music: a Whistle-Stop Tour
Friday, 15 June 2018
19:30 - 21:00
Come along to this special evening in the company of Steven Grahl, the Cathedral’s Director of Music, as part of Peterborough Heritage Festival.
Have you ever imagined hearing the monks singing their daily services in the abbey church? Or wondered what the music sounded like when Cardinal Wolsey celebrated Easter at Peterborough Abbey in 1530?
Steven Grahl, the Cathedral’s Director of Music, will be your expert guide through nine centuries of church music, right up to the present day, and the Cathedral Choir will be on hand to sing the illustrations. The evening will last around 70 minutes.
£10, £8 concessions.