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Friday Night with Oundle School Jazz Orchestras
Friday, 22nd March
7:30pm - 9:30pm
St Mary's and All Saints' Church
Fotheringhay, PE8 5HZ
Tickets: £9 (advance booking)
£10 (on the door)
(Includes light refreshment)
Oundle School Jazz Orchestras, on their second outing of the year, visit the beautiful Fotheringhay Church for the evening.
Featuring the two bands led by the effervescent Adele Hudson.
You can expect high quality true jazz and will be enthusicastically tapping your toes and moving with the beat.
We are expecting this concert to sell out, so book early to avoid disappointment.
Catworth Amateur Theatrical Society presents
Catworth Village Hall
Church Rd, PE28 0PA
Adults £7 / Children £3.50
Doors open at 7:30pm for evening performances starting at 8pm
Doors open at 2pm for Saturday matinee starting at 2:30pm
Evening performances finish by 10pm
Matinee will finish by 4:30pm
Oundle Cinema presents
FANTASTIC BEASTS: THE CRIMES OF GRINDELWALD (12A)
Thursday 4th April (6pm - Note time)
Stahl Theatre, Oundle
West Street, PE8 4EJ
Cast: Eddie Redmayne, Johnny Depp, Katherine Waterston, Jude Law
Director: David Yates
Run Time 2hr 15min
The second instalment of JK Rowling’s Fantastic Beasts series sees Gellert Grindelwald escape from custody and gather followers, most of whom are unsuspecting of his true agenda: for pure blood wizards to rise up and rule over non-magical beings. Albus Dumbledore and Newt Scamander aim to thwart Grindelwald’s plan. In a divided wizarding world, love and loyalties are put to the test.
‘…with Colleen Atwood-designed costumes to die for, sets you want to live in, and dazzlingly imaginative visual effects…’
Robbie Collin, The Telegraph
Barnwell Entertainers present
Fishing for Clues
4th, 5th & 6th April 2019
7:30pm - 10pm
(doors open at 7pm)
Barnwell Village Hall
Hemington Rd, PE8 5QD
When Lady Rosemary Huntley arranges for her Russian internet date to visit on the evening of a talk given by prominent Member of Parliament, Ewart Stewart, little does she imagine that her new gentleman friend is not long for this world.
The Foreign Office and some offshoot of the KGB are soon in attendance, along with the ever-enthusiastic PC Pendlebury and the less than enthusiastic Detective Inspector Trench, unimpressed at having his fishing holiday interrupted. Trench is determined to get back to the river bank as soon as possible despite finding himself having to sort through a diverse cast of characters each of whom has a motive and opportunity for committing the deadly crime.
Oundle Festival of Music and Drama
Saturday, 6th April
7pm - 9pm
St Peter's Church, Oundle
Church Street, PE8 4EE
Adult £7/ Under 16 £2.50
Discounts for sponsors and patrons.
The Festival Concert will celebrate the 101st competitive festival to be held in Oundle.
The competition for Oundle Young Musician of the Year 2019 will take place during the concert. Oundle Young Singer 2019 and the Oundle Town Council Drama Prize Winners will also perform. The Allegra Singers from Thrapston, cup winners in 2018, will be joining the line up.
Oundle & District Choral Society are pleased to present
Vivaldi " Gloria " & Tippett "Five Negro Spirituals"
Saturday 13th April at 7:30pm.
St Peter’s Church, Oundle
North Street, Oundle
The varied programme will include:
- Antonio Vivaldi’s outstandingly popular setting of the Gloria, which has been the subject of over 100 CD recordings since it was “re-discovered” in 1939, 225 years after Vivaldi wrote the piece
- Sir Michael Tippett’s moving adaptations of 5 negro spirituals from his Oratorio A Child of our Time. Tippett used the spirituals in the same way as Bach did with the chorales in his Passions, to provide the audience with well-known melodies to bind the overall work together
- A selection of modern secular works from composers ranging from Karl Jenkins to Ēriks Ešenvalds and including Samuel Barber’s perennial favourite Adagio for Strings
The Society will be accompanied by the Oundle Choral Society Ensemble, who so ably performed Handel’s Messiah for us at Christmas last and will welcome our usual high standard of vocal soloists to brighten the evening for everyone.
The Society would like to thank Oundle Town Council for their continuing support for our efforts.
This concert is also supported by VSHLaw solicitors of Thrapston.
We look forward to seeing you!
Oundle Cinema dOCs+ series present
Wednesday 17th April (7.30pm)
NAE PASARAN (12A)
Fletton House, Oundle
Fletton Way, Glapthorn Rd, PE8 4JA
Director: Felipe Bustos Sierra
Runtime: 1hr 36min
Edinburgh-based Chilean filmmaker Felipe Bustos Sierra successfully explores political protest in this wonderfully humane documentary about the Rolls Royce factory workers in East Kilbride who showed their solidarity with the people of Chile by refusing to fix the fighter jet engines used by Pinochet in the military coup of 1973. The film explores this modest act of rebellion in an admirably low-key way that emphasises the fundamental decency of the men who took a stand. Reuniting the key players who risked their careers, the film shows how an act of oppression in a part of the world to which these men had no personal ties was still like a red rag to a bull.
‘But what makes the film special is Sierra’s ability to trace the real-world effect these men had by picking up the story in Chile.’
Alistair Harkness, Scotsman
Post-film Q & A session.