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Oundle Gilbert & Sullivan Players present
Pirates of Penzance
Every night for one week
24th February till 29th February 2020
Queen Victoria Hall, Oundle
7 West Street, PE8 4EJ
Monday 24th Feb - general £10 - This show is a preview.
The rest of the week - general £14
There is wheelchair access.
Pirates galore on a Cornish shore
Young maidens, each one a true beauty
A troubled young man, with a dangerous plan,
will he be a Slave of Duty?
A Major General, modern but troubled
Bumbling police with timidity doubled
Love and happiness is put in doubt
How will this story all work out?
Come and enjoy this ever-popular and highly comical musical entertainment, brought to you by our very talented team - both on-stage and behind the scenes!
For more information visit our website, www.oundlegands.org
Sponsored by Woodford & Co., property consultants & auctioneers, Oundle.
Oundle Festival of Literature presents
Boris Johnson: Churchill, Charles II or Coco the Clown?
Saturday, 29th February
7:00pm - 8:30pm
The Great Hall, Oundle
New Street, PE8 4GH
£16 general / £14 concession
Join us for an intriguing and entertaining talk with David Starkey a brilliant, engaging, and often controversial speaker and arguably one of the country’s most respected and colourful historians.
Who is our most unexpected prime minister? Is Boris Johnson Churchill reborn, as he seems to believe? Is he another Charles II, caught between the irreconcilable factions of Remainers and Brexiteers, and destined to betray both? Or is he just plain old Coco the Clown, as his previous buffoonish behaviour led almost everyone to think?
In this lecture David Starkey blends his knowledge of history and current politics into a sparkling, (and very strong), cocktail.
David Starkey is a Cambridge educated grammar schoolboy who became a respected LSE lecturer. He was a uniquely abrasive debater on Radio 4’s Moral Maze, a controversial contributor to Question Time, and the creator and presenter of many very popular historical TV series.
In 1984 David was elected a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society and in 1994 a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London. He was also given an Honorary Fellowship at his Cambridge College, Fitzwilliam College. He was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the 2007 Birthday Honours for services to history.