“Making Music” A Talk by Viviane Garland
FEATURING the Aviary
Choir followed by Afternoon Tea at the Riverside Centre, Stratford St Andrew, IP171LJ on Thursday, 19th September at 2pm. We invite you to join us for a relaxed and pleasant afternoon to hear from Viviane why “Making Music” has featured as a major part of her life, both professionally and for pleasure. Viviane and her husband,
Roger, a fellow professional musician,
have resided in
Stratford St Andrew for over twenty years. Viviane
Ronchetti, as she
was then, studied the violin at the Royal Manchester College of Music. She combined a career in teaching and working freelance
in London with travelling around the UK
and abroad. Viviane was the founder of the National Youth String Orchestra as well as being their Director for several years. We hope you will find
Viviane’s talk informative, fun and amusing! The Aviary Choir was formed in 2017 by Viviane and a group of local ladies who all shared in common, a pleasure for singing. The
name of the Choir
comes from “The Aviary” by Richard Rodney Bennett, which the Choir sang, to great acclaim, at their debut concert performance, in St Mary’s Church, Farnham. The
talk is followed by
afternoon tea, all home baked and prepared by Deborah, who also lives in the village and to whom we are so grateful, for sharing her talent and skills in supporting our fundraising activities once again. Tickets
are available to
purchase now at £7.50 per person by contacting 01728 603540 or 01728 602851. Please book in advance to assist with catering and advise of any dietary concerns. Thank
Fri 23rd - Thurs 29th Aug at 7.15 Not showing Mon 26th Aug
Viveik Kalra and Kulvinder Ghir in BLINDED BY
THE LIGHT 12A ——————————————— Fri 30th Aug - Thurs 5th Sept at 7.15
Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt in ONCE UPON A TIME
IN HOLLYWOOD 18 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Fri 6th Sept at 7.30
LIVE ON STAGE. Tickets: £15.00 YERSTERDAY
ONCE MORE: A TRIBUTE TO THE
CARPENTERS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Sat 7th - Thurs 12th Sept
7.15pm (excl. Sun 8th Sept) Gerard Butler in
ANGEL HAS FALLEN 15
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Sun 8th Sept at 6.00pm & Wed 11th Sept at 3.00pm
IS FOREVER 12A - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Fri 13th - Thurs 26th Sept Fri 13th & Sat 14th at 4.30pm & 7.30pm
Sun 15th at 3.00pm & 7.30pm Mon 16th at 4.30pm & 7.30pm Tues 17th at 1.00pm & 4.00pm Wed 18th at 3.00pm & 7.30pm Thurs 19th - Sat 21st at 4.30pm & 7.30pm
Sun 22nd at 3.00pm & 7.30pm Mon 23rd & Tues 24th at 4.30pm & 7.30pm
Wed 25th & Thurs 26th at 2.30pm Hugh Bonneville, Jim Carter,
Michelle Dockery and Maggie Smith in
DOWNTON ABBEY PG
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Tues 17th Sept at 7.30pm. Tickets: £14.95
THE LAKE 12A - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Sun 29th Sept at 6.00pm Mon 30th Sept at 7.15pm Wed 2nd Oct at 3.00pm & Thurs 3rd Oct at 7.15pm
Diane Keaton in POMS 12A
For tickets and times,
call our friendly team on 01728 830549 or visit leistonfilmtheatre.co.uk
LEI 14/FRAM 10 /WOOD 10
Proceeds to St Marys Church, Farnham.
Southwold Rugby Football Club Family Fun Day 2019
A FANTASTIC day was had on the common on Sunday 4th August. The sun was out, and the rain stayed away. It was wonderful to see so many people pop down and take part in the events and stalls on show. The day was sponsored by
Suffolk Car Center and it was great to see Harry Waller (one of the company’s Directors) join us with his family.
The Rugby games proved a great success and while it may have been hard to score it was a lot of fun to join in and give it a go. The barbecue and cake stall were busy all day and the club would like to say a special thank you to all those who donated cakes to sell and to Bramfield Meats who supplied the burgers and sausages.
We would also like to thank Bayfield Property Services who donated a very large jar of sweets for the Guess the Sweets in the Jar game, and to all of those who sent us in your unwanted goodies for the tombola – a stall
fails to get the children excited. Micropress Printers supported a fabulous Arts and Craft area where the children were able to design their own rugby ball,
create a greetings card and have fun at the sticky station! Finally, we would like to say a massive thank you to all of the SRFC Hero’s who gave up their time to help on the day – we couldn’t do it without you. We hope to see you all next
LEISTON Film Theatre returns to Sherwood Forest in October, when a special one- off charity screening of the adult Pantomime,
Hood, is screened, in aid of local causes. Recorded live
at Pavilion the Spa Theatre, Felixstowe
in October 2018, the over 18’s Pantomime for Grown- ups is an outrageous madcap medieval romp, which was originally
Wayne Burns and his cast of local mischief makers, as a three-night, sell-out run at the Leiston Film Theatre. Shortly after, the cast was invited to bring the show to the stage of Felixstowe’s Spa Pavilion Theatre,
which they did,
Splashing into Leiston Film Theatre this half term
A PERFECT introduction to you and look
forward to welcoming you on September 19th.
live theatre for younger ones comes to Leiston Film Theatre this October half term, when children are invited to dive into a magical under the sea UV experience entitled H2Glo, in which a fish named Finn and a starfish named Twinkle take the audience on a glow-in-the-dark journey through the ocean in search of hidden treasure.
The show, which runs for minutes
is packed full
of colourful underwater creatures, set and a catchy pop soundtrack, as the two main characters learn valuable lessons about the ocean, the environment and even encounter the mysterious Creature of the Deep. The adventure the
is capture sure imagination
younger ones and is suitable for the entire
an opportunity to have their photograph taken with some of the characters at the end of
the show. Leiston
H2Glo appears Film
live Theatre at on
Wednesday 23rd October, with separate performances at 11am and 2pm. Early bird tickets are now available, priced £5.50 in advance, increasing to £7.50 from Friday 18th October, so make sure you splash out nice and early, to secure your seats and to save money. Seats can be booked by contacting the box office on 01728 830549 or at: www.leistonfilmtheatre. co.uk
Late Summer Lunch
LATE summer lunches need to be a flexible friend for Jonny Nicholson, Chef-Owner of The Sail Loft in sunny Southwold. Hasn’t this summer been a game of two halves, lovely and sunny one week, windy and showery the next, no idea what clothes to wear, let alone what food to cook. So you need to have something in your store cupboard and/or the fridge that can quickly
AN Art Show will be held at All Saints Church, Great Glemham IP17 2DA on Saturday 28th - Sunday 29th September, 11am - 5pm. Free entry. Refreshments served daily (all proceeds to All Saints Church).
be knocked up for friends and family, whatever the weather. I’m thinking a recipe that is as nice, hot from the oven inside as the nights draw in for supper as it is cold eating lunch al fresco. Tarts, frittata, tortilla, a hearty wedge of something savoury and egg-based makes a lovely easy meal. They fill you up without weighing your afternoon down and go well with simple dressed green leaves and buttered new potatoes on the side. Quiche is queen of them all, a real treat, particularly if still just warm from the oven. Supermarkets have a lot to answer for, the pappy, claggy, dry excuses they call quiche lorraine and the like would scar most kids for life away from ever trying a home-made one, but if you take time to bake your own and can convince the family to try it, you are all in for a treat. Here are a few of my favourite quiche fillings:
Smoked haddock, curried onions and basmati rice – the classic curried Indian kedgeree brunch in a pastry case. Courgette, pea and green pesto
– a herby mouthful, finished with mascarpone and more basil leaves.
Spicy sausage, red chilli marmalade and roasted peppers – a zingy choice if you like spicy and hot.
Lamb meatball, charred
aubergine, mint and feta – bring a Mediterranean feel with a Middle Eastern edge.
Smoked bacon, leek, wholegrain mustard and blue cheese – a variation on the traditional quiche lorraine flavours.
Butternut squash, fennel,
chickpea and ricotta – a hearty late summer vegetable treat, lovely topped with red onion marmalade. Feel free to have fun with this featured quiche recipe, mixing it up with whatever you fancy or have at hand, just add your own little spin on it. Alternatives which work well would be things like watercress or rocket instead of the spinach, courgettes or fennel to replace the peppers, cheeses like feta, mascarpone or ricotta for the goats’ cheese. Just be mindful to how long substitutes take to cook in comparison, if they are chunky or firmer, then soften them on the hob or in the oven first.
I like replacing the simple onions with red onion marmalade, red chilli jam or a tasty chutney. Piccalilli might be a step too far, just depends how gastronautically experimental you’re feeling?! Enjoy… Jonny
performing to a near capacity crowd in the process.
In this saucy version of the familiar tale of Nottingham’s favourite outlaw, Robin and his band of very Merry Men take the fair Maid Marian
Throbbin Hood gallops on to the Big screen!
into their fold, but the ruthless Sheriff of Nottingham decides that he wants to imprison her at his castle on the hill for his own pleasure! Luckily, Robin is aided by Friar Tuck, who has a dirty habit and the not so little John, to help rescue Robin’s one true love.
Throbbin Hood creator and Leiston Film
manager, Wayne Burns said, “It’s important to show our appreciation
to the local
community who continue to support our performances and if we can raise a laugh, whilst raising money for community causes, all the better.” Throbbin
appears on screen at the Leiston Film Theatre on Sunday 13th October at 3pm. Tickets are priced £9.95 and are now available
from the Leiston
Film Theatre box office on 01728 830549 or online at: www.leistonfilmtheatre.co.uk
Jonny Nicholson, Chef – Proprietor, The Bell At Sax’ The Bell At Sax’, High Street, Saxmundham IP17 1AF A laid-back restaurant-with- rooms with good food, proudly using local, seasonal, Suffolk ingredients. W: www.thebellatsax.co.uk
T: 01728 602331. A TASTY OFFER FOR COMMUNITY NEWS READERS
A great lunch deal with The
Bell At Sax’ - free dessert and coffee!
Book a table and order two courses per guest of a starter and a main course from our a la carte menu, and we’ll offer you complimentary dessert and coffee on us, completely free! Available Tuesdays – Saturdays 12 noon – 2pm during September 2019 by arrangement. Goats’ cheese and red pepper quiche (serves 6+)
Deep pastry case, blind-baked, 23cm wide approx, in the tin • Good olive oil • 1 red onion, peeled and sliced • 2 red peppers,
deseeded and sliced 2 garlic cloves, peeled and
finely sliced • 1 red chilli, finely shredded (optional) • Handful baby spinach leaves • Handful of preserved sunblush tomatoes • 200g goats’ cheese, broken into pieces • 3 eggs • 175ml double cream • 1 tsp sweet smoked paprika • Sea salt and black pepper
Pre-heat the oven to 190c. Heat a glug of oil in a hot frying pan over a medium heat and add in the onion and peppers. When softened, add in the garlic (and chilli if using) and cook for a few more minutes. Take off the heat and transfer with a slotted spoon into the pastry case when cooled. Spread out and top with the goats cheese, spinach and tomatoes evenly.
Beat the eggs with the cream, seasoning and paprika. Pour onto the pastry case just short of the rim and bake in the oven for 25 – 30 minutes until the quiche is golden and set in the centre. Allow to cool until warm before eating.
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