Magnificent May events
HAVERHILL Arts Centre has announced an exciting line-up for May, and there is the full complement of music, drama, comedy and family and children s events. Guitar aficionados have two exciting events to put in their diaries: Richard Durrant – The Guitar
HAVERHILL Arts Centre has announced an exciting line-up for May, and there is the full complement of music, drama, comedy and family and children's events.
Guitar aficionados have two exciting events to put in their diaries: Richard Durrant - The Guitar Whisperer (Saturday May 2) fuses classical, Spanish-influenced and modern compositions in a multimedia performance.
And Youtube Andy McKee joins forces with two other internationally-acclaimed guitarists Johnny Dickinson and Tony McManus in Acoustic Archery (Thursday May 21) with a repertoire drawn primarily from their own compositions.
Other musical events include Matt Munro Jnr and Friends (Friday May 29) and a full season of events by Haverhill Keyboard Club (various dates).
In addition to the regular comedy night (Sunday May 24), it's a great time for comedy in Haverhill, this time with Doc Brown, Jimmy McGhie, Fiona Bruce, the Queen and Anne Robinson make an appearance...or rather impressionist Jan Ravens does on Friday June 19.
A stalwart of Britain's sporting life is heading to the centre on Thursday May 7. Henry Blofeld, the Test Match Special commentator with a cult following, will be regaling the audience with stories of his extraordinary life including his encounters with Noel Coward and Ian Fleming.
- 1 Met Office weather: Yellow storm and flood warning for East of England
- 2 Obituary: On-call firefighter dedicated life to community
- 3 4 inspirational women are celebrated in Newport
- 4 New Mayors and deputies in Saffron Walden and Great Dunmow
- 5 Saffron Walden seal first win of EAPL season at Frinton
- 6 Voting together: Lib Dems and Greens join forces
- 7 Home county tenant exodus drives up London rents
- 8 SWCC girls U13 come close to victory
- 9 From meat in supermarkets to beer in pubs - what is getting more expensive?
- 10 The Railway Arms is North West Essex CAMRA Pub of the Year
Children's entertainment sees the return of Blunderbus Theatre, (Giraffes Can't Dance). This time they tell the funny fishy story of The Rainbow Fish, (Wednesday May 27), an underwater tale bursting with magic, fun and lots of glittery puppets.
On the drama-front Bury St Edmunds Theatre Royal present Three Men in a Boat (Friday May 1), a fresh take on Jerome K Jerome's Victorian portrait of the English at play.
Haverhill's own Centre Stage Company take to the stage with murder mystery, Dead Man's Hand (Thursday to Saturday May 14-16) and a drama festival follows hot on their heels, The All England Theatre Festival Eastern Area Quarter Final (Sunday May 18).
Tickets for all events are available by calling Haverhill Arts Centre box office on 01440 714140. For a season (May to August) brochure call the box office or download it from www.haverhillartscentre.co.uk