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The OWL Talks: Electric Cars: When Is the Right Time to Plug in?

The OWL Talks: Electric Cars: When Is the Right Time to Plug in?

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Thursday 3 Oct 20197:30pm Book Now (Free entrance, limited spaces)

Transition Oundle presents

The OWL Talks

Electric cars: when is the right time to plug in? 

Thursday, 3rd October

7:30pm - 10pm

Free event - limited spaces, book early to avoid disappointment

Please note that online and telephone bookings incur £1.25 booking fee per transaction. Over the counter booking no fees.

Doors and bar open at 7pm

Queen Victoria Hall, Oundle

West Street, PE8 4EJ

Car fanatic and Editorial Director of Bauer Media's digital motoring portfolio (includes CAR magazine) Tim Pollard covers all you need to know about the take up of EVs and hybrid cars in the UK, charging infrastructure, costs, reliability, and their overall 'footprint' - and answers questions.                

This event is one of a series called the OWL talks - part of the Oundle Waste Less project organised by Transition Oundle - which aim to promote discussions about current thinking around the shift towards lower carbon and 'eco' lifestyles. Other topics covered include waste and recycling, food and farming, renewable energy, with more events in the pipeline for 2020.                      

The OWL project is funded through the National Lottery and East Northamptonshire Resource Management Funds and the OWL talks are sponsored by Nene Living.  The event is free to attend. Doors & bar open at 7pm but please reserve your seat in advance.

Music in Unexpected Places.

Music in Unexpected Places.

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Friday 4 Oct 20197:45pm Book Now

Oundle Music School Department in association with BBC Radio Northampton and Oundle International Festival presents

Music in Unexpected Places

Friday, 4th October

Performance: 7:45pm

Tickets: £8 general / free for all pupils

This proved to be one of our most popular concerts when we first aired such an idea three years ago. Now, in conjunction with BBC Radio Northampton and the Oundle Interantional Festival, we're back for another evening of surprises and venues hitherto, perhaps, not even heard of!

We offer a stunning evening as the audience are split into smaller groups and taken in and around Oundle School's buildings and beyond: short historical facts about the buildings are then followed by diverse ensembles and solos from our talented musicians. Might we be able to take you into the unopened new sports Centre, or perform beside the swimming poool, perhaps a House dining room, or the old Tuck Shop of yesteryear? An engaging line-up is assured.

Please make any disability known to facilitate our planning:

York Waits: Two Faces of Fotheringhay

York Waits: Two Faces of Fotheringhay

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Saturday 5 Oct 20197:00pm Book Now

York Waits:

Two Faces of Fotheringhay

English music in the 1480s and 1580s

Saturday, 5th October 2019

7pm - 9:30pm

St Mary's and All Saints Church, Fotheringhay

Main Street, PE8 5HZ

Tickets: £10 general

           £12.50 on the door

Almost exactly a century separates the violent deaths of Richard III – England’s most controversial king, slain in battle in 1485 – and Mary Queen of Scots, who was executed in 1587. There is a strange symmetry between the fates of Richard and Mary. He was born in Fotheringhay Castle in Northamptonshire. She was beheaded there.

Between the lives and the deaths of the two doomed monarchs there were enormous changes in politics, culture, society and religion. Music too.

In separate projects and recordings, The York Waits – who play the wind and stringed instruments of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance – have explored the music of both the later 15th and 16th centuries. Now they bring the strands together and present a programme that highlights the contrasts – and some continuities – between the musical soundscapes of Plantagenet and Elizabethan England, with an excursion to the Scotland of the Stuarts.

In both periods, there were important influences and importations from the Continent, although the 15th century was a period when English composers also made a great impact throughout Europe.

Songs of 15th and 16th century England and Europe are sung by Deborah Catterall, and the Waits play instruments that include shawms and sackbuts, recorders, harp, organ, rebec, fiddle, flute, bagpipes, curtal and hurdy gurdy.