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Incredibles 2 (PG)

Incredibles 2

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Sunday 5 May 20196:00pm Book Now

Oundle Cinema presents


Sunday 5th May (6pm - Note time)

Stahl Theatre, Oundle

West Street, PE8 4EJ

Cast:  Holly Hunter

Director:  Brad Bird

Release:  2018

Runtime:  1hr 58min

It’s not easy being a superhero when the public turns against you, but it’s even harder being a stay at home dad, as Mr Incredible quickly discovers when Mrs Incredible gets promoted.  There’s lots of goings on, with villains and chases, crashes and bangs;  all great for the kids but we reckon you’ll spend your time sympathising with Mr Incredible as he loses sleep, shaking your head sadly as he lets the housekeeping get out of control, and sharing his bewilderment as superbaby Jack-Jack begins to show what superbabies can do. That’s wreak havoc by the way. Deeply enjoyable.

‘Slapstick genius, profound social comment and a monstrously funny infant combine to conjure a magical second outing for the superhero family.’

Mark Kermode, The Guardian

Duncan Barrett: Hitler's British Isles

Duncan Barrett: Hitler's British Isles

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Thursday 9 May 20197:45pm Book Now (Early bird £1 off till 2nd May)

Oundle Festival of Literature presents

Duncan Barrett: Hitler's British Isles

Thursday, 9th May at 7:45pm

St Peter's Church, Oundle

North Street, PE8 4AL

Tickets: £8/£6 (early bird £1 off till 2nd May)

In the summer of 1940, Britain stood perilously close to invasion. One by one, the Allied nations of Europe had fallen to the unstoppable German Blitzkrieg, and Hitler had his sights set on Britain. The attack was being exhaustively planned by the Nazis under the codename ‘Operation Sealion’. Yet the promised invasion never happened due to our success in the Battle of Britain, and the prospect of German jackboots on British soil retreated into the realm of collective nightmares – and mainland Britain never had to face the reality of life under the Nazis.

For the residents of the Channel Islands, occupation wasn’t just the terrifying outcome if the war against the Germans was lost, it was the day-to-day reality of their lives. The story of how these men and women, and their children, coped under such difficult and dangerous circumstances is an important, but neglected, part of our own history of the Second World War. This book tells the story of life under Nazi occupation.

Duncan Barrett studied English at Cambridge University and now works as a writer and editor, specialising in biography and memoir. He is also the author of The Sugar Girls, GI Brides, and, The Girls Who Went to War, all of which were top 10 Sunday Times bestsellers.

A Summer Party Brass Band Concert

A Summer Party Brass  Band Concert

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Friday 10 May 20197:45pm Book Now

Yarwell  and Nassington Britannia Band presents

"A Summer Party" Brass Band Concert

Friday, 10th May 2019

7:45pm - 10pm

Nassington Church

Church Street, PE8 6QG

Tickets: £10

Yarwell & Nassington Britannia Band are returning to Nassington Church to perform a concert of light-hearted brass band music to celebrate the beginning of summer. This year’s theme is “A Summer Party”. There will be complementary canapes and a glass of prosecco on arrival with doors opening at 7:00pm

We are raising funds for the Nene Valley Care Trust who do fantastic work locally to provide “Brighter futures for young people leaving care”.

Come and enjoy a glass of wine and sit back and listen to some great brass band music.

Sponsored by Nene Valley Care Trust

Mozart and Mahler in Vienna!

Mozart and Mahler in Vienna!

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Saturday 11 May 20197:30pm Book Now (Unreserved seating)

Rutland Sinfonia presents

Mozart and Mahler in Vienna

Saturday, 11th May 2019, 7.30 p.m.

St. Peter's Church, Oundle

Church Street, PE8 4EE


In advance: Adults £12 / Concessions £10

On the door: Adults £14 / Concessions £12

Full time students and U18s £3

The concert is sponsored by Bulley Davey

Conductor        Paul Hilliam

Piano                Anne Bolt


Mozart                Piano Concerto No.20 in D minor, K466

Mahler                Symphony No.5

The Rutland Sinfonia returns to Oundle in May to perform Mahler’s mighty Fifth Symphony - you may well have heard our performance of Mahler’s First Symphony in Oundle two seasons ago. Like a number of other fifth symphonies by well known composers such as Beethoven, Tchaikovsky and Shostakovich, Mahler's Fifth Symphony moves from dark tragedy in minor keys at the start to blazing triumph in major keys in its closing bars. In this symphony Mahler explores emotional extremes starting with a first movement Funeral March, but the most famous movement is the Adagietto for harp and strings.

Mozart’s Piano Concerto No.20 in D minor starts this concert, with Anne Bolt joining us again as soloist. The concerto was first performed in 1785 with Mozart himself as the soloist.

Anne Bolt was born in Leicestershire and returned to her home area in 2001, having studied at the University of Oxford, the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and Indiana University in America. She  is now Head of Piano at Oakham School.

A retiring collection will be taken for 'Shine'.

DOCS+ Three Identical Strangers (12A)

DOCS+ Three Identical Strangers

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Wednesday 15 May 20197:30pm Book Now

Oundle Cinema dOCs+ series presents


Wednesday 15th May (7.30pm)

Fletton House, Oundle

Fletton Way, Glapthorn Rd, PE8 4JA

Director:  Tim Wardle

Release:  2018

Runtime:  1hr 36min

In 1961 a team of psychiatrists led by Peter Neubauer worked with an adoption agency in the United States to split up a set of identical triplet boys, born to a teenage girl, and place them with families from different socio-economic backgrounds; they wanted to know how three boys with identical DNA would be affected by being brought up in different environments.  This documentary by British film director Tim Wardle traces the extraordinary lives of the triplets, who knew nothing of one another until being reunited by chance at the age of 19.

‘That old adage of truth being stranger than fiction has never been more apt, nor so artfully explored, as in Tim Wardle's fascinating documentary.’

Nikki Baughan, The List

Post-film general discussion.

Echoes of the Plantagenets

Echoes of the Plantagenets

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Saturday 25 May 20197:00pm Book Now (ALL SEATING IS NON-ALLOCATED)

Echoes of the Plantagenets

recreating Fotheringhay’s rich musical heritage


Saturday 25 May 2019 at 7pm              

Church of St Mary and All Saints

Fotheringhay PE8 5HZ

Tickets: £25 / £20 (restricted view) - both non-allocated seating

Ticket only admission - please purchase in advance to avoid disappointment.

This special concert promises to provide a magical experience!

-  Acclaimed Cambridge Academic and Choral Director Dr

David Skinner

conducts his new vocal ensemble The Alamire Scholars

assembled from the very cream of Cambridge’s young vocal talent                                        

-  James Parsons plays the Wingfield ‘Early English’ organ  

-  redoubtable and entertaining historian Dr David Starkey paints the scene

Together they seek to rediscover Fotheringhay’s rich musical heritage.

Fotheringhay Church draws visitors from all over the world!

Impressive as it is, the building is now just a fragment of an impressive royal establishment nurtured by the Dukes of York. By the 1440’s, Fotheringhay was a College of Singing Priests, living in a large, well-appointed College. Their community included eight singing men and thirteen choir boys.

Music at the College must have been impressive and there were two organs. Composers who lived there or visited included Hugh Aston, Richard Davy and Christopher Tye. Later, Fotheringhay and Oundle schoolmaster John Sadler collected these composers’ key works in his PartBooks (now in the Bodleian Library).

Hear these remarkable compositions, in glorious polyphonic blend, on 25 May!

And in the second half – revel in the richly expressive choral compositions of our great English muses Thomas Tallis and William Byrd, dating from the 16th century when, after St Mary’s College Fotheringhay College had been disbanded (thanks to Henry VIII’s reforms!), church music composers were required to write in English – for fear of the Tower of London!

A special feature of this special concert will be James’s organ solos, played on a small organ just like the organs of mediaeval Fotheringhay. We are thrilled to be hosting a residency of the Wingfield Organ, on loan from the Royal College of Organists; it is precisely modelled upon surviving pieces of a 16th century instrument found in Suffolk – high pitched and hauntingly beautiful in tone.

Eminent historian Dr David Starkey should prove an added attraction, as he paints the scene in his inimitable sparky style!

Join us for an unusual and memorable evening.

Proceeds from the concert go to the church.