Hank Wangford and his Bass Combo, ‘Tall Stories and Short Songs’ (2 Saturday, 7.30 pm) Hank takes us into the dark underbelly of Country Music. Over forty years since his debut at the Bungay May Horse Fair, he and his combo will play a mix of favourites and gorgeous new songs.
The Bookshop [PG] (4 Monday, 7.45 pm) England, 1959. Free-spirited widow Florence Green, risks everything to open a bookshop in a conservative East Anglian coastal town.
The Royal Ballet ENCORE ‘Don Quixote’ (7 Thursday, 7.15 pm) Sunny, charming, funny and touching – Don Quixote is a ballet as full of uplifting emotion as it is of astonishing ballet technique.
Terra/Earth National Theatre Festival Entry from FYTG (14 Thursday, 16th Saturday 7.30 pm and 2pm Saturday) A play about division over petty differences, which eventually evaporate because of an unlikely unifying force. The story is told through words and movement.
The Highway Rat (17 Sunday 10.30 pm). Life is not safe for the other animals, as the villainous Highway Rat gallops along the highway, stealing their food. Short film for 3-9-year olds followed by craft.
Fashion & Beauty Show from The Lavender Barn (23 Friday 7.30 pm) Cutting-edge fashion, accessories, beauty and therapies advice and more exciting things to be announced. Tickets include a complimentary drink on arrival. All profits go to the Fisher Youth Theatre Group.
African Evening (24 Saturday, 6pm) The PanAfro Band (guitar, keyboard/bass, drums, percussion, lead and harmony singers) plays African guitar band music by such luminaries as Jabu Khanile, Thomas Mapfumo and The Afrigo Band. With African food.
Summer  (25 March 7.45pm) A coming-of-age drama set in the beautiful Catalan region of Northern Spain. After the death of her mother, six-year-old Frida has to move from Barcelona to live with her Uncle’s family in the country.
Peril at Sea (28 Thursday, 7.30 pm) From Up the Road Theatre Company. The greatest storm in living memory blasts the English coast. Those left behind wait impatiently, huddled together, isolated and unfamiliar.
Victorian Bungay, History, Dancing & Food (29th Friday 6.30pm) Join us for an immersive Victorian experience featuring town historian, Chris Reeve, sharing his knowledge of Victorian Bungay. Work up an appetite with Victorian dance teacher Alexandra Staines, then enjoy a Victorian buffet by candlelight.
The Salts (30 Saturday, 7.30pm) The Salts are one of the most exciting and energetic concepts around, performing original material alongside their own interpretations of traditional songs we all know and love. A multi-instrumental band with verve.
The Fisher Theatre Box Office on Broad Street in Bungay is open from 10 am to 3 pm, Monday to Saturday. You can also book by telephone (01986-897130) or online at www.fishertheatre.org
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