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Joe Shute, The Shadow Above: The Fall and Rise of the Raven

Joe Shute, The Shadow Above: The Fall and Rise of the Raven

Book Tickets

Friday 18 Jan 20197:45pm Book Now (Early bird £1 off till 11th Jan.) (Tickets Available on the Door)

Oundle Festival of Literature presents


Joe Shute


The Shadow Above: The Fall and Rise of the Raven


Friday, 18th January, 7:45pm


The Oundle Suite, Fletton House, Oundle

Glapthorn Road, Fletton Way, PE8 4JA


Legend has it that the fate of the nation rests upon the raven, and should the resident birds ever leave the Tower of London then the entire kingdom will fall. While so much of our wildlife is vanishing, ravens are returning to their former habitats after centuries of exile, moving back from their outposts at the very edge of the country, to the city streets. In the past decade there has been a remarkable comeback. Raven numbers have increased by 134% since the turn of the millennium and there are now well over 12,000 breeding pairs across the country.


In A Shadow Above, Joe Shute follows ravens across their new hunting grounds, travelling to every corner of the UK, examining our complicated and challenging relationship with these birds. He meets people who live alongside the raven in conflict and peace, unpicks their fierce intelligence, and ponders what the raven’s successful return might come to symbolise for humans.


Joe Shute is an author and journalist with a passion for the natural world. He studied history at Leeds University, and currently works as a senior staff feature writer at The Telegraph. Before joining the newspaper, Joe was the crime correspondent for The Yorkshire Post.


Oundle Amateur Theatrical Society, ALADDIN

Oundle Amateur Theatrical Society, ALADDIN

Book Tickets

Wednesday 23 Jan 20197:30pm Book Now
Thursday 24 Jan 20197:30pm Book Now

Oundle Theatrical Society Presents


Aladdin


Queen Victoria Hall, Oundle

7 West St, PE8 4EJ


Tickets:


Wed/Thur: £8 for all


Fri/Sat: £12 general/ £10 concessions (senior citizens/under 13s)


Somewhere in a far-off land, the evil Abananza plots to find a lamp that will unlock a fortune. But first – by fair means or foul - he needs to secure the help of Aladdin, a simple boy who works in his mother’s laundry in old Peking.


Book early to secure your place at this popular local pantomime featuring some familiar and new local faces, plus a live band.