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Widows (15)


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Sunday 3 Nov 20197:30pm Book Now

Oundle Cinema presents

Sunday 3rd November

7.30pm  WIDOWS (15)

Stahl Theatre, Oundle

West Street, PE8 4EJ

Director: Steve McQueen                                

Duration: 2h 9m

Starring: Viola Davis, Michelle Rodriguez, Elizabeth Debicki, Cynthia Erivo

Yes it’s the Lynda la Plante 1983 TV series Widows, given a sharp and elegant interpretation for the cinema by Steve McQueen (12 Years a Slave).  Every member of the top flight cast is terrific – Viola Davis, Michelle Rodriguez and Elizabeth Debicki are an unforgettable team of women determined not to give in when their criminal husbands leave them in crippling debt.  There are a few men in it too - watch out for Colin Farrell and Robert Duvall.  A crime movie with style and characters you care about.

‘It offers everything adults used to love about cinema.’  Brandan Katz, Observer

The OWL Talks: Are we winning the war on waste & recycling? 

The OWL Talks: Are we winning the war on waste & recycling? 

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Thursday 7 Nov 20197:30pm Book Now (Free event, limited spaces)

Transition Oundle presents

The OWL Talks

Are we winning the war on waste & recycling? 

Thursday, 7th November

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

"Grrrr...has your recycling bin recently been 'red-tagged' and you don't know why?  Have you watched documentaries about where our 'recycling' ends up and wondered whether recycling is worth the bother? Do you despair at our wasteful use of resources? Charlotte Tompkins, Waste Services Manager, East Northamptonshire Council will answer all your questions about where the material collected through our waste, food waste and recycling collections goes, contamination issues - what else can/can't we put in our recycling, is recycling the answer or what can we do to be more wastewise.

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 electric vehicles, 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.

Keir Giles, Moscow Rules:What Drives Russia to Confront the West

Keir Giles, Moscow Rules:What Drives Russia to Confront the West

Book Tickets

Friday 8 Nov 20197:45pm Book Now (Early bird £1 off till 1st Nov.)

Oundle Festival of Literature presents

Keir Giles

Moscow Rules: What Drives Russia to Confront the West

Friday, 8th November 2019, at 7:45pm

Fletton House, The Oundle Suite

Glapthorn Rd, Oundle, PE8 4JA

Tickets: £8/£6

Early bird discount £1 off till 1st November

This book is for anyone that cannot understand why Russia and its leaders behave as they do.

Russia and the West are like neighbours who never seem able to understand each other. A major reason, this book argues, is that Western leaders tend to think that Russia should act as a "rational" Western nation.

Keir Giles describes how Russian leaders have used consistent doctrinal and strategic approaches to the rest of the world. These approaches may seem deeply alien in the West but understanding them is essential for successful engagement with Moscow. Giles argues that understanding how Moscow's leaders think--not just Vladimir Putin but his predecessors and eventual successors--will help their counterparts in the West develop a less crisis-prone and more productive relationship with Russia.

“Keir Giles has explained with clarity, concision, and deep knowledge why Russia cannot be understood by Western criteria alone. His book is a much-needed antidote to simplistic judgements. It should be required reading for all who deal with Western policy towards Russia.”

—Sir Roderic Lyne, UK ambassador to Moscow 2000–04

Keir Giles's work has appeared in a wide range of academic and military publications across Europe and in North America, and he is a regular contributor and commentator on Russian affairs for international print and broadcast media. He is a Senior Consulting Fellow at the Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House), as well as the Director of the Conflict Studies Research Centre (CSRC), a group of deep subject matter experts on Eurasian security formerly attached to the United Kingdom (UK) Ministry of Defence.

Colette (15)


Book Tickets

Sunday 10 Nov 20197:30pm Book Now

Oundle Cinema presents

Sunday 10th November

7.30pm COLETTE (15)

Stahl Theatre, Oundle

West Street, PE8 4EJ

Director: Wash Westmoreland                                

Duration: 1h 51m

Starring:  Keira Knightly, Fiona Shaw, Dominic West

At the end of the 19th century, country girl Colette (Keira Knightly) marries a charismatic egomaniac named Willy (Dominic West), who unlocks the door to the tantalizing artistic world of the Parisian literacy scene. Willy has Colette write novels under his name. The phenomenal success of her Claudine series makes Willy famous and elevates them both to the high life.

Although she is now the toast of the town, the lack of artistic recognition begins to gnaw at Colette. Fuelled by Willy's infidelities and Colette's growing interest in women, their marriage starts to collapse. On a downward spiral, Willy resorts to increasingly desperate measures to pay his debts and sabotage his wife, but Colette is developing resources of her own.

‘In her best role since The Duchess, Knightley brings Colette to life with a performance that blends grit with glamour in seemingly effortless fashion.’ Mark Kermode, The Guardian

Red Joan (12A)

Red Joan

Book Tickets

Sunday 17 Nov 20197:30pm Book Now

Oundle Cinema presents

Sunday 17th November (7.30pm)


Stahl Theatre, Oundle

West Street, PE8 4EJ

Director: Trevor Nunn                                        

Duration: 1h 41m

Starring: Judi Dench, Stephen Campbell Moore, Sophie Cookson, Tom Hughes

Judi Dench plays Joan Stanley, a delightful old lady, harmless, retired, living in a picture perfect village. Is everything really as it seems?  Not quite.  MI5 turns up with handcuffs to arrest her on charges of treason.  We must go back to the 1930’s to see what happened to Joan as a student in Cambridge and the difficult decisions she faced.

‘A good old-fashioned British spy thriller.’ Deborah Young, The Hollywood Reporter  

dOCs+ Eating Animals (12A)

dOCs+ Eating Animals

Book Tickets

Wednesday 20 Nov 20197:30pm Book Now (Take 4 different dOCs+ at £24)

Oundle Cinema presents dOCs+ series

Wednesday 20 November


Fletton House, Oundle

Fletton Way, Glapthorn Rd, PE8 4AJ        


Dir: Christopher Dillon Quinn                                

Duration: 1h 34m

Speakers:  Simon and Sarah Singlehurst of New Lodge Farm, Bulwick

This unflinching documentary charts how US farming  has changed, from local and sustainable to corporate giants offering cheap food at great cost: the exploitation of animals, the use of antibiotics and hormones, and the pollution of the air, soil and water.

‘It's a film that tells you what you already knew - and then made a conscious or unconscious decision to forget, if you are a meat-eater.’  Peter Bradshaw, Guardian

The Eroica in Oundle

The Eroica in Oundle

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Saturday 23 Nov 20197:30pm Book Now (Unreserved seating)

Rutland Sinfonia presents

The Eroica in Oundle

Saturday 23rd November 2019 at 7:30 p.m.

St. Peter's Church, Oundle

Church Street, PE8 4EE


£12 Adult advance (£14 on door)

£10 Concession advance (£12 on door)

£3 Children and students under 18

£3 Students in full time education  

Conductor                Paul Hilliam

Oboe                        Tim Rundle


Mozart                        Overture - The Marriage of Figaro

Richard Strauss        Oboe Concerto

Beethoven                Symphony No.3 'Eroica'

Our first visit to Oundle in the autumn includes Beethoven’s 3rd Symphony Eroica. A few years back the BBC asked over 100 of the world’s most well-known conductors to name their three favourite symphonies. This was their clear top choice! We are also playing the Oboe Concerto by Richard Strauss – a late work, commissioned by a young American soldier who met the elderly composer in Germany at the end of the Second World War. On this occasion though we are very privileged to be joined by Tim Rundle, principal oboist with the Philharmonia Orchestra. The concert opens with Mozart's well known overture from The Marriage of Figaro.

Good access to the church. Also disabled access toilet facilities availble in the church. Please note that whilst the attendance of wheelchair users at the concert is welcomed, it would be helpful to have advance notice of their coming so suitable places can be prepared in advance to better cater for them.

Cats proudly presents, HEROD

Cats proudly presents, HEROD

Book Tickets

Friday 29 Nov 20198:00pm Book Now (Non-allocated seating)

CATS proudly presents


Friay, 29th November at 8pm


Saturday, 30th November at 8pm

St Leonard's Church, Catworth

Church Rd, PE28 0PA

Tickets: Adults £6.50 / Children & Students £4.00

This year CATS Christmas play has been written by award nominated playwright Julie Daniel. Julie has just finished writing on the HCRfm Community Radio soap Huntsford where she won an award last year.  

We are delighted to be asked to Premiere her newest work ‘Herod’.  This tells the story of the political environment in Judea at the time of Jesus’s birth.  Herod, a tyrannical and ailing ruler fears the prophesied birth of the messiah, the king of the Jews.  The play explores the tension as Mary announces her pregnancy. As King Herod’s health deteriorates and he is tortured by his execution of his first wife Mariamne, Joseph and Mary keep a low profile and escape the slaughter of the innocents by the skin of their teeth.

Come and support local drama performed live.