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Halesworth & Southwold Community News April 2019 21 Birthday's


Happy 18th Birthday


Maisie Love from Mum, Evie, Cassie, Annie & all the family x


What's On What's On What's On


Fisher Folk & Acoustic


THE latest session took place on Wednesday 27th March. There were six acts, plus a short poetic interlude from


Alison. Hogie


and Kate opened, with some tracks from his “River of Mercy” album. Pianists Ann & Jan gave a selection from La-La Land, and a jazz arrangement of “Witchcraft” among others. Ross Burkitt’s set included Richard Shindell’s “Fishing” and Elvis Costello’s “Every day I write the book”. David Black sang self-penned songs “Girl on a bicycle” and


“Refugee” with some flat-picking twelve string guitar work. Liz and Karen, of Pearl in the Egg, played a variety of Elizabethan/medieval instruments with tunes from as early as 1180 and the 1300’s. One song translated as “Not tonight Robin, the children will cry”. Ralph Barnett closed the evening with a few songs, including Bruce Springsteen’s “The Ghost of Tom Joad”. Next session: Wednesday 24th April. Information on Fisher theatre website.


THE RED LION Music at


South Green, Southwold Music Dates


7th April Steve and Greta from 3.30pm 14th April John Bullard from 3.30pm


21st April Easter Sunday...Mark Beasley from 3.30pm


28th April Clare Free from 3.30pm 5th May Georgia Fall from 3.30pm


01502 723227


Dairy Hill, Halesworth, IP19 8JS Upcoming Fixtures


First Team


Fri 5th - Sun 7th Apr at 7.15pm Brie Larson and Samuel L. Jackson in


CAPTAIN MARVEL 12A ———————————————


Mon 8th - Thurs 11th Apr at 7.15pm Taraji P. Henson and Kristen Ledlow in


WHAT MEN WANT 15 ——————————————— Fri 12th - Thurs 18th Apr at 3.30pm & 7.00pm


Showing in 2D on Fri 12th (7.00), Sat 13th (3.30), Sun 14th (7.00), Mon 15th (3.30), Tues 16th (7.00),


Wed 17th (3.30) & Thurs 18th (7.00) Colin Farrell, Eve Green,


Michael Keaton and Danny DeVito in


DUMBO 3D/2D PG ——————————————— Sat 20th, Sun 21st, Tues 23rd,


Wed 24th & Thurs 25th Apr at 7.15pm Matinee - Wed 24th Apr at 3.00pm


Oleg Ivenko and Ralph Fiennes in


THE WHITE CROW 12A ——————————————— Fri 26th - Sun 28th Apr at 7.15pm


Lupita Nyong'o and Elisabeth Moss in US 15


——————————————— Fri 3rd - Thurs 9th May


7.15pm (excl. Sun 5th & Tues 7th May) Matinee - Sun 5th &


Wed 7th May at 3.00pm Sophie Cookson, Stephen Campbell


Moore, Tom Hughes and Judi Dench in RED JOAN 12A


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Wed 8th May at 7.30pm. Tickets: £14.95 The Australian Ballet ...


SPARTACUS PG Tel: 01728 830549


www.leistonfilmtheatre.co.uk WHAT’S ON IN APRIL


ROYAL OPERA LIVE Tue 2 Apr 7pm LA FORZA DEL DESTINO


CINEMA Wed 3 Apr 7.30pm ZAMA (15)


CINEMA Wed 10 Apr 7.30pm BLACKkKLANSMAN (15) TALK Tue 16 Apr 2.30pm LIFE ON MARS?


CINEMA Wed 17 Apr 7.30pm FIRST MAN (12A) TALK Thu 18 Apr 10.30am SURREALISM


TALK Wed 24 Apr 10.30am VAN GOGH & THE VICTORIANS


CINEMA Wed 24 Apr 7.30pm SWEETIE (15) THEATRE


Sat 27 Apr 7.30pm CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF


ROH LIVE Tue 30 Apr 7pm FAUST


EXHIBITION Tue 23 Apr – Sat 1 June TINA HANNAY


904756 DAY EXCURSIONS •SATURDAYS• .


•AT WALPOLE PLAYING FIELD• PEASENHALL ROAD • WALPOLE


(8 AM SET-UP)


SEPTEMBER 21 9–12 NOON


WALPOLE MONTHLY••APRIL—SEPTEMBER 2019 ••Cafe •• AUGUST 17


APRIL 20 MAY 18 JUNE 15 JULY 20


THURS 11TH APR: LONDON EYE & RIVER CRUISE .................................................£67.50 THURS 18TH APR: SNETTISHAM PARK FARM .. ..............................................................£32.00 TUES 23RD APR: NATIONAL HERITAGE NEWMARKET .......................................£42.50 MON 6TH MAY: CANTERBURY ............... £33.00 SUN 12TH MAY: CLASSIC VEHICLES AT STODY LODGE ..................................................£26.00 SAT 18TH MAY: CLACTON & FELIXSTOWE ....... ..............................................................£20.00 SUN 19TH MAY: BANHAM ZOO.............. £32.00 SUN 26TH MAY: DUXFORD SPRING AIR SHOW ..............................................................£48.50 29TH / 30TH MAY: SUFFOLK SHOW ...... £14.00 SUN 2ND JUN: LITTLE BENTLEY GARDEN SHOW ...................................................£23.50 SUN 9TH JUN: WISLEY GARDENS ......... £63.00 SUN 16TH JUN: GARDENERS WORLD LIVE ..... ..............................................................£60.00


THEATRES & CONCERTS WED 8TH MAY: LION KING ........................£86.00


THUR 13TH JUNE: WESTLIFE ................ £120.00 FRI 19TH JUL: NEWMARKET NIGHTS – THRILLER LIVE .........................................................£53.00 SUN 21ST JUL: SIR TOM JONES @ COLCHESTER ..........................................£95.00 WED 7TH AUG: ONLY FOOLS & HORSES £125.00


SAT 10TH AUG: WICKED ...........................£76.50 WED 21ST AUG: 9 TO 5 ................................£110 WED 28TH AUG: LION KING ......................£89.50 THUR 5TH SEPT: TINA TURNER ...................£132 THUR 28TH NOV: & JULIET .......................£66.50 THUR 12TH MAR 20: MARY POPPINS ... £104.00


HOLIDAYS


FRI 14TH JUN WEST COUNTRY GEMS 4 DAYS £289 THUR 20TH JUN NORTHERN NOSTALGIA


5 DAYS £399


MON 24TH JUN SECRETS OF SHROPSHIRE 5 DAYS £389 SUN 30TH JUN GRANTOWN ON SPEY SAT 6TH JULY SWITZERLAND SAT 20TH JUL MYSTERY BREAK THUR 25TH JUL CHESHIRE TREASURES FRI 2ND AUG


COLOGNE CITY BREAK


SUN 4TH AUG CHARMS OF THE SOUTH COAST


FRI 9TH AUG


SAT 10TH AUG ROCAMADOUR & VALLEY OF THE DORDOGNE


SAILING IN THE WEST MIDLANDS


THURS 15TH FRI 13TH SEPT LIVERPOOL TATTOO Saturday 3rd May Saturday 4th May, 10am


CAR BOOT SALE


St. Peters Church Paddock, Holton Booking £6 in advance – £7.50 on the day In aid of St. Peters Church


Refreshments, Barbeque, Raffle and Church Stall Tel: 01986 835752 or 01986 875913


Refreshments, Raffle and Church Stall CC BY-NC-ND


Sat 6th Apr 14:30 Away vs Bramford Road Old Boys SIL Division 2 Whitton Sports Centre, Whitton Church Lane, Ipswich, IP1 6LW Sat 13th Apr 14:30 Bacton United 89 vs Halesworth Town


Suffolk Junior Cup Semi Final


Woodbridge Town Football Club, Notcutts Park, Fynn Road, Woodbridge Town, IP12 4LS* Sat 20th Apr 14:30 Home vs Bramford Road Old Boys SIL Division 2 Tues 23rd Apr 18:15 Away vs Kesgrave Kestrals


SIL Division 2


Kesgrave WM Community Centre, Twelve Acre Approach, Kesgrave, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP5 1JF Sat 27th Apr 14:30 Home vs Cockfield Utd


SIL Division 2


Final league match of the season: Sat 4th May 14:30 Home vs Kesgrave Kestrals


SIL Division 2


*Limited coach spaces are available for travel to Woodbridge Town Football Club for the Junior Cup Semi Final match vs Bacton Utd 89. Price is £10 with coach leaving Chinneys Sports Bar at 1pm with a return time of 9pm. If you are interested then please contact the club secretary on 07900274279 or ask in Chinneys.


All support is appreciated and very welcome Club house open for refreshments at every match


or Twitter @halesworthclub


PARK ROAD, HALESWORTH Sunday 14th April 10am onwards


YARD SALE


TOOLS, CLOTHES, CRAFT MATERIALS, TOYS and many more items


SPRING GARDEN


RYDAL MOUNT, GRAYS LANE, WISSETT, IP19 0JP


Sunday 14th April 2019 1.00pm – 5.00pm


£6 PER PERSON, CHILDREN FREE (Under 12’s) REFRESHMENTS INCLUDED


STALLS, PLANT SALE, RAFFLE, TOMBOLA AND PRODUCE


ALL PROCEEDS TO BE SPLIT BETWEEN THE LEAGUE OF FRIENDS OF PATRICK STEAD HOSPITAL AND ST ELIZABETH HOSPICE SUPPORTING HEALTH CARE LOCALLY ALL ENQUIRIES (01986) 873339


CIRCLE 67 will be performing their new version of Sophocles’ Greek


local


venues in late April and early May. Antigone is the first of Sophocles' three Theban plays but covers the final act of the Oedipus tragedy.


Following the death of Oedipus, the King of Thebes, his sons Polynices and Eteocles share the throne, ruling in alternate years. When Eteocles refuses to stand down at the end of his year, Polynices is exiled and a civil war ensues. As our play opens we discover that both brothers are dead and their sisters, Antigone and Ismene, are in mourning. Creon, their tyrannical


uncle, He makes is a the new


king and desperate to assert his authority over the war ravaged city.


chilling


proclamation that threatens to tear family and state apart. The play addresses the situation on several levels. How will the king’s courtiers deal with the situation? How will his family reconcile their


SUMMER theatre returns to the Southwold


Local Theatre - Sophocles Antigone tragedy around


split loyalties? Where does this leave the common soldier and the townspeople of Thebes? We see the different groups retreat into isolated bubbles, protecting their own interests and closing their eyes to the wider picture. We see the women dismissed as irrelevant until they find their voice and assert themselves. Through it


all we can see an


awful inevitability: this is not going to end well.


The central story is movingly


sad, but you will find light relief in the unctuous elders, the irreverent soldiers and the townswomen’s earthy common- sense. Above it all, there is Antigone, the embodiment of all that is pure in the human soul. The story resonates no less powerfully now than it did 2,500 years ago.


Please see our advertisement or website for tour dates. Tickets are £9/£8 through www.circle67. co.uk, local box offices or on the door. We look forward to seeing you soon.


Southwold Arts Centre Arts Centre,


July 10th-August 31st this year under new ownership. Matthew Townshend has taken over under the new brand of ‘Theatre on the Coast’. Shows include Patrick Marlowe’s The End of the Line, A Bunch of Amateurs by


Ian Hislop and Nick Newman, Debbie Issitt’s The Woman who Cooked her Husband, finishing with Hobson’s Choice by Harold Brighouse. Find out more at www.mtproductions.co.uk Tickets available online from start of April via Ticketsource.


Cratfield Companion Dog Show


Classes for all shapes and sizes Come and have fun!!


Classes inc. Waggiest Tail & Best Sausage Catcher BBQ, Cakes, Refreshments, Raffle, Ice Cream Proceeds for the Cratfield Village Hall with donations to Guide Dogs for the Blind & St Martins Housing Trust


12th May 2019 • Judging from 10.30am Held at the Cratfield Village Hall Manse Lane, Cratfield IP19 0DJ


For a schedule please email rebsannick@hotmail.com or call 07879 400113


Just off Halesworth’s Thoroughfare in the OLD PRINT WORKS 2nd SATURDAY OF EVERY MONTH 9AM-1PM


PRODUCE MARKET SATURDAY 13th


APRIL


FRESH LOCAL PRODUCE & CRAFTS Fresh Fish and Bread Stalls Contact 01986 798099


New stallholders always welcome


The Friends of Halesworth County Library


look forward to continuing to work with HiB, pursuing ideas to help keep our


town a blooming lovely place to live!


Annual General Meeting Friends of Halesworth County Library Thursday 25th April 2019 at Halesworth Library at 6.30pm


All members of the Friends are invited to attend the AGM of the Library charity and to vote on any decisions we may need your support to make.


Anyone considering becoming a Trustee may obtain details from the library or by emailing friendsofhalesworthlibrary@gmail.com


The trustees look forward to telling you about current plans and activities and seeking your opinions on what we are doing.


Sat 2nd _ Sat 9th


AUGDURHAM DISCOVERY 5 DAYS £399 3 DAYS £225


CALL NOW FOR A COPY OF OUR BROCHURES


Telephone 01728 830414 www.bellecoaches.co.uk ONLINE BOOKING NOW AVAILABLE


Sun 10th Sat 16th Sun 17th Sat 23rd Sun 24th


7 DAYS £649 9 DAYS £925 2 DAYS £95 5 DAYS £389 4 DAYS £319


5 DAYS £370


3 DAYS £199 8 DAYS £829


April Whats On 3rd


What’s On Saturdays


Live Bands on


Time Lucky Rock covers Come in Silence FULL BT & SKY SPORTS


Steve’s Sunday Quiz 7pm The Superthings


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Guest Ales, Free Pool, Live Sport www.halesworthwhiteswan.co.uk


Mick Rees Poker Night(4pm) 01986 872273


Strapt 4 Cash(St Georges Day) Charity Fire Walk (5pm)


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The Cut Arts Centre New Cut, Halesworth Café & Galleries open Tues - Sat 10am - 4pm Box office 0300 3033211 www.newcut.org


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