Christian Aid Week in Beccles

THE amount raised to date by the churches and the general public for the work of Christian Aid in May this year was £4,157.74

The collection outside Tesco,

Beccles raised £235.37 and the street collection in the Precinct realised £252.75 with a stall raising a further £100. Thank you to anyone who contributed in anyway.


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Fisher Theatre

LISTINGS for Fisher Theatre: Saturday 20th: Open Space Theatre Company - ‘Two’ by Jim Cartwright 7.30pm. A landlady and

landlord greet

customers frequenting their pub, that microcosm of human life. Jim Cartwright’s dark, heart-rending comedy depicts the rich tapestry of human experience through insights

into the lives

you will see the play title once it’s been announced.

intimate of

those on both sides of the bar. Open Space presents a highly engaging and poignant drama, bringing tears of both laughter and sadness. Tuesday 23rd: Matinee Cinema - ‘The 39 Steps’ (PG) 1pm, a Dementia Friendly Event. This version of the story is not just a remake of the previous two films and in being faithful to the book it makes for a great movie. Robert Powell as Hannay is full of charisma and the action scenes have a touch of James Bond about them. There is a stalwart British cast who give sterling support, the pace is deliciously fast and relentless, and both the mood and tone are exactly right. Thursday 25th: National Theatre Live Broadcast from its Summer repertoire, title to be announced. 7pm, visit NT Live website: www.ntlive., choose find a venue select Bungay and

Saturday 27th: Spikedrivers – ‘Bluesroots at its Best.’, 7.30pm. Their music has been described as 'haunting', 'gutsy', 'tribal' and even psychedelic. Blues in Britain says, “From the first note Spikedrivers demand to be listened to. Ben Tyzack, Constance Redgrave and Maurice McElroy are three very talented musicians willing to experiment and evoke unusual contemporary sounds while they continue to keep diggin’ the blues by the roots.” Saturday 27th & Sunday 28th Strange Fascination


- ‘Jungle Book’, 2.30pm and 5pm Bungay Castle Grounds. Strange Fascination


celebrate their fifth year and return to Bungay Castle with a brand-new adaption of the Kipling classic. Full of puppets, colourful characters, audience interaction and all the comedy and excitement you


come to expect from an SF show! Join Mowgli, Baloo, the fearsome Shere Kahn and all your favourites. Fun for all the family! Bring a picnic and enjoy an afternoon of jungle adventure like no other! Monday 29th: Bungay Film Club - ‘The Go Between’ (12A), 7.45pm. A classic British drama scripted by

Harold Pinter and based on the LP Hartley novel of the same name. Norfolk 1900. Leo is spending summer on the estate belonging to his friend Marcus’ wealthy family.

Leo develops

a crush on Marcus’ sister, a beauty soon to be engaged to Hugh, a viscount and jolly good sort. Marian makes a favourite of Leo and asks him to carry messages for her. Wednesday 31st: Fisher Folk & Acoustic, 7.30pm, held in the heart of the historic Fisher Theatre in the atmospheric cellar, offering a prime opportunity for local talent of all kinds to perform in a friendly and appreciative environment. Slots are 20mins long. A great place for music- lovers to meet, mingle, listen

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Arts Centre FROM July 10th-August 31st, Summer theatre returns to the Southwold

Arts Centre year this 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 Isitt’s, The Woman who Cooked her Husband finishing with Hobson’s Choice by Harold Brighouse. Find out more at Tickets available at www.totc.

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FOR the last twelve years, St Michael’s Parish Church in Broome near Ditchingham have organised Pop Picnic, an afternoon event in July with live music in an open air setting. O rganiser Joe Perry from Broome St Michael Parish Church has announced that tickets are now on sale for this year’s event which will take place on July 21st from 2pm -8pm in Lugs Lane, Broome and the price has been lowered to just £10 in advance for adults, £3 for under 16’s with under 5’s going free. The line-up for this outside mini festival near Bungay is the X-Men, Strapt 4 Cash, Carol Nicholls and the Lowestoft Signing Choir. The local Bull of the Woods brewery will be running a bar and there will also be a barbecue and a few other stalls, including ice cream, activities for children, raffle silent auction and more Last year’s event was a roaring success and enjoyed by all.

The team plan to use the day to celebrate All Hallows - the contribution

of the

dedicated staff, the Trust and the supporting community over the years. Joe is currently organising a Souvenir Programme kindly supported by local

businesses which

will chart the history of All Hallows, from its foundation by Mother Lavinia in 1872 through to the present day and include reminiscences of those who have provided care over the years. It is hoped that this will help to encapsulate and preserve the tradition of All Hallows, which has been such a special place to so many people. Tickets are available from Ditchingham Stores, The Artichoke in Broome and Rosie Lee’s in Loddon. For further information


contact Joe 01508 518397 or or visit/message Pop Picnic in Broome on Facebook.









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