Stowmarket Operatic & Dramatic Society returns to the John Peel Centre for its adventurous autumn production, the stage presentation of Thomas Hardy’s classic novel, ‘Tess Of The d’Urbervilles’! Hardy’s heart rending tale of seduction, love, cruelty and betrayal will be performed in-the-round, close to and surrounded by the audience which will be seated on all four sides of the acting area. This exciting adaptation by Ciaran McConville, directed by David Vince, will feature a cast of some thirty actors. Tess…Find out more »
Possibly a show about art, possibly a scream against TV, maybe some science too, nothing is certain, except that Robin will energetically release whatever has been sitting and jiggling about in his mind. Sony Gold award winner, three times Chortle award winner. Time Out outstanding achievement award Host of The Infinite Monkey Cage. Buy Tickets On-LineFind out more »
Poem for Suffolk sees Dean Parkin unleash his ‘local’ side and share discoveries from a year-long mission across the county — to meet people of all ages and help them create their own poems about their Suffolk lives. And the result? An entertaining mix of ‘talkin proper’, film and music presented by Dean with long-term collaborator Maurice Horhut at the piano. A tender, revealing and funny show about what modern Suffolk really means. Buy Tickets On-LineFind out more »
Common Ground Theatre Company presents The Count Of Monte Cristo, written by Alexandre Dumas and adapted by Pat Whymark & Julian Harries. Dashing young sailor Edmond Dantes is framed by three nasty men – one wants his girl, one wants his career and one wants his silence. After 17 years imprisoned in the infamous Chateau D’Ouf, Edmond escapes, becomes ridiculously rich and impossibly brilliant at everything and, as the mysterious Count of Monte Cristo, he arrives in Paris (the capital…Find out more »
CHARLIE DORE with JULIAN LITTMAN plus THE RABBLE CHORUS Fresh from raising the tent roof at Suffolk’s FolkEast Festival, Charlie Dore kicks off her autumn tour with a return to The JPC with one-man-orchestra Julian Littman, of Steeleye Span and mighty backing from The Rabble Chorus. Stand by for even more eclectic ‘parlour-folk’ as the indefatigable pair rifle through their personal music-shop of guitars, harmonium, autoharp, piano, mandolin, harmonica and ukulele as they continue the Milk Roulette tour Part 3.…Find out more »
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS A 10 step guide to adult life….by teenagers! “Genuine, energised, fresh curiosity about theatre making and the world” (Exeunt Magazine) We want to start with a bit of a warning, a disclaimer – this isn’t a play, its ten plays. Ten short plays that set out to tackle some of the greatest questions about life, plus you’ve got the chance to win a pack of Union J stickers, a Zac Efron Key ring, sweatbands and much more.…Find out more »
SAM LEWIS HAS QUICKLY ESTABLISHED HIMSELF AS ONE OF NASHVILLE’S MOST TALENTED NEW TUNESMITHS With his compelling songs, stirring melodies, and preternaturally soulful voice, Sam Lewis has quickly established himself as one of Nashville’s most talented new tunesmiths. Waiting On You – his sophomore album via Brash Music and follow-up to 2012’s self-titled debut – reverberates with earnest emotion and restless energy, rich with the intimate lyricism of folk, country’s raw integrity, and a lived-in muscularity born of Lewis’ captivating…Find out more »
A very special evening with award-winning singer songwriter Hazel O’Connor, joined here by Clare Hirst (Bellestars, Communards, David Bowie) on sax and Sarah Fisher (Eurythmics) on keyboards. The superb blend of the three voices and stunning musicianship adds a sweet touch of class to their vibrant performance. Live onstage, her unforgettable songs from the iconic film Breaking Glass, which this year celebrates its 35th anniversary, including Eighth Day, Will You, Big Brother, If Only and more seem even more relevant…Find out more »
An evening with Keith Sadler & friends – live album recording. “Wonderful” – BBC Radio Suffolk Introducing “Suffolk continues to produce great singer-songwriters and Keith is up there with the very best” – Stephen Foster, Host of BBC Radio Suffolk Drivetime. Buy Tickets On-Line www.keithsadlermusic.comFind out more »
Multi award winning comedian Sean Hughes is back with a new show called Mumbo Jumbo. Though out his life he has been battling to stay on the right side of sanity. This is because in middle age he has realised that the two sides of his brain are in constant conflict. There is common sense against mumbo jumbo and mumbo jumbo seems to have the upper hand. The show consists of stories including being serenaded at the break of dawn by Robert Smith, trekking mountain…Find out more »
Generally performances start 30 minutes after the doors open in the case of theatre productions or 45 minutes in the case of music events.
Timings may be subject to change at short notice.
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