16 September 2016
John Etheridge and The Hannah Horton Quartet collaborate again after their sell-out performances at Haverhill Arts in 2013 and 2015.
John Etheridge rightly enjoys a glowing reputation throughout the jazz world and beyond and has been described by Pat Metheny as, "One of the best guitarists in the world". He is a prodigiously gifted and creative player whose approach to music can only be described as 'eclectic' as he refuses to accommodate or even acknowledge artificial musical boundaries. His range is well illustrated by his years of touring and recording with the iconic Stephane Grappelli while simultaneously doing likewise with the legendary jazz-fusion group, The Soft Machine. John is equally at home on acoustic and electric guitar and his willingness to engage with so many styles is matched by his ability to excel in any of them. He has played with John Williams, Yehudi Menuhin, Dizzie Gillespie, Herb Ellis, Mundell Lowe, Nigel Kennedy, Pat Metheny, Birelli Lagrene, Barney Kessel, Vic Juris and countless others.
Highly acclaimed jazz saxophonist Hannah Horton leads her quartet with panache, alternating on tenor and baritone saxophones.
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01 September 2016
NT Live, live broadcast
Helen McCrory returns to the National Theatre in Terence Rattigan’s masterpiece, playing one of the greatest female roles in contemporary drama. When Hester is found by her neighbours in the aftermath of a failed suicide attempt, the story of her tempestuous affair with a former RAF pilot and the breakdown of her marriage to a High Court judge begins to emerge.
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23 September 2016
SHAPPI KHORSANDI: ‘OH MY COUNTRY!' From Morris Dancing to Morrissey
Shappi is celebrating the fortieth anniversary of her arrival in Britain. She's reclaiming patriotism, sending a love letter to her adopted land. Please don’t come if you’re a skinhead (though naturally bald folk are welcome).
‘She has plenty to say, and says it with pointedness and potency.’ The Guardian
Star of Live At The Apollo, Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow, Friday Night with Jonathan Ross, Have I Got News for You and Q.I, she is back with a brand new show for 2016. She has whip-crack jokes and is effortlessly funny as she handles every subject with a razor sharp wit, softened only by her deliciously mischievous delivery and endless charm.
Shappi Khorsandi is also the best selling author of ‘A Beginners Guide to Acting English’ and her debut novel ‘Nina is not OK’ is published by Ebury in July 2016. Shappi was also recently elected president of the British Humanist society.
'seriously funny and suprisingly filthy' The New Statesman
'makes live comedy thrilling' London Evening Standard
Over 16’s only
Approx Running Time
30 minutes – Support act
60 minutes – Shappi
16 (Parental Guidance) Likely to be swearing and adult content
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29 July 2016
Director: John Carney, Ireland/UK/USA 2016
Starring: Ferdia Walsh-Peelo, Aiden Gillen, Maria Doyle Kennedy
Duration: 106 mins
In 1980s Dublin, Conor decides to win the heart of the mysterious and cool Raphina inviting her to star in his band’s music video. The only trouble is he doesn’t actually have a band. Cue the hasty invention of ‘Cosmo’ and his group.
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29 July 2016
A brand new show featuring the voices of CBeebies’Justin Fletcher and Nicole Davis as Pongo the Pig and Molly-Moo the Cow.
Everyone at Marty MacDonald’s Farm is delighted with a special delivery – the Toy Machine that makes all of the toys in the world! But then they realise that Crafty the Crow has been up to mischief and it shouldn’t really be there at all. Worse still, the machine has stopped working, so they need to fix itbefore the Toymaker comes to get it back!
£7.50, £6.50, £26.00Find out more > >