<<Tidings, June 2019>>
13 JUNE to 11 JULY
13 Thursday – The Royal Ballet Encore, Romeo & Juliet, 6.15 pm. Kenneth MacMillan’s modern ballet classic. Premiered in 1965.
15 Saturday – The Searchers and Hollies’ Experience, 7.30 pm. Haunting melodies from the most influential, high-energy decade in pop.
20 Thursday – The Eel, Past and Present, 7.30 pm. Fundraising event for the River Waveney Trust. Hear from an expert about the plight of the Eel and learn of its current status in the River Waveney.
21 Friday – Svetla’s Musical Cabaret 7.30 pm. Musicians Svetla & Helen spin a musical cabaret to celebrate the solstice.
24 Monday – Faces, Places (12A) 7.45 pm. A beguiling French documentary created by veteran New Wave director Agnes Varda in collaboration with JR, a young photographer.
25 Tuesday – Passport to Pimlico (U) 1 pm matinee. A charmingly
whimsical Ealing Studios comedy. A treasure trove is uncovered when an unexploded WWII bomb is accidentally detonated in London.
27 Thursday – National Theatre Live, Small Island, 7 pm. A new
adaptation of Andrea Levy’s novel, the play follows three intricately
connected stories that bring Jamaica closely in touch with Britain.
28 Friday – Radiant Vermin by Philip Ridley, 7.30 pm. A wickedly comic satire about a couple who went the whole hog to get their dream home.
29 Saturday – Children’s Book Illustration Workshop, Exploring Pen & Ink, 11 am-4 pm. Bestselling Illustrator James Mayhew offers an in-depth introduction to traditional techniques.
29 Saturday – Three Band Mix: Shedlode, The Blue Plates and Laurence Kingston, 7.30 pm. An exciting trio of local bands bring their unique style, huge talent and energy to an evening set for dancing.
30 Sunday – The Importance of Being Earnest, Stuff of Dreams Theatre
@ Bungay Castle, 3 pm. Classic Oscar Wilde comedy of mistaken identity, mishaps and muffins. Bring chairs and a picnic.
4 Thursday – National Theatre Live, All About Eve by Joseph L. Mankiewicz 7 pm. The story of Margo Channing, a legend of the theatre. The spotlight is hers and always has been. But now there’s Eve, her biggest fan.
5 Friday – Greek Night, 7 pm. A decadent Greek mezze to raise funds for the Bungay Christmas Lights.
8 Monday – At Eternity’s Gate (12A) 7.45 pm. Biopic of Van Gogh’s last troubled years, highlighting his friendship with Gauguin.
9 Tuesday – Breakfast at Tiffany’s (PG) 1 pm matinee. A young New York writer falls in love with the charming, impulsive and eccentric girl who lives next door. Winner of 2 Academy Awards including Best Song.
11 Thursday – Packing Shed Theatre, All Hail Macbeth, 7.30 pm. The Three Witches from Macbeth try to make sense of their lives in the 21st century. Comedy, high drama, magic and live music.
The Fisher Theatre Box Office on Broad Street in Bungay is open
from 10 am to 3 pm, Monday to Saturday. You can obtain more information and book by telephone (01986-897130) or online at www.fishertheatre.org
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