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Halesworth & Southwold Community News September 2019 21


WENHASTON BRANCH WEA AUTUMN COURSE


AFTER a successful history course in the spring Wenhaston WEA is delighted to host Dr Stephen Poulter's course 'From Page to Screen' adapting literature for the movies.


Nearly two-thirds of Best Picture Oscar winners over the past 80 years have been adapted from books, short stories, graphic novels, plays or epic poems. Many thousands more successful and popular films from the very earliest days of cinema through to the present day have been based on literary works. From popular bestsellers like Ben-Hur and The Silence of the Lambs, encompassing the period novels of Dickens and Jane Austen, great literary fiction such as Lord of the Flies and To Kill A Mockingbird through to current


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autobiographies and erotica, this course looks at how cinema has used the written word over more than a century as the source and inspiration for so many movies.


The course will start on Friday 27th September and runs


for seven sessions


from 10am -12noon with a break for half term. The cost is £54 subject to financial support from WEA in certain circumstances.


The course venue is


Wenhaston Village Hall, The Street, Wenhaston, IP19 9EP. As is our usual practice the


first session will be a 'taster'. However in a change to WEA policy please make an early booking or enrol online or by telephone direct to the WEA before commencement of the course if you can or immediately after the first session.


This can be done


at: wea.org.uk or 0300 303 3464. The course number is C 2226895. If you have any difficulties with enrolment or would like any further information on the course or our WEA branch please contact Barry Norrington, Secretary barry. norrington48@btinternet. com, 01502 478762.


The Cut is delighted to announce SHAKE, a new Shakespeare festival for everybody


The ambitious new SHAKE festival aims to blend fun, scholarship and theatrical expertise, in an inclusive, immersive event designed to appeal to all ages. It will take place at the end of Halloween half term, on the weekend of 26-27 October. “We want this to be open to everyone – whether you know anything


about Shakespeare


or not” said Jenny Hall, the festival director. “Workshops will have audiences as well as participants, and some will have professional actors, while some will be open to all so that anyone interested will be able to have a go.”


Jenny Hall was invited to


create a festival after giving two workshops in May at The Cut, in speaking Shakespeare’s Verse


using the method


her father taught her when she played Miranda in his production of The Tempest at the National Theatre.


The line-up is as follows but is subject to changes: Director


Lucy on Bailey


(Witness for the Prosecution at County Hall) will do a workshop based Andronicus titled


Titus Shock


& Gore– her production at London’s Globe Theatre had audience


members fainting every night. theatre Lucy has


worked extensively at Snape and formed the Gogmagogs musical


group in


Suffolk, which she says is the place of her heart! Suffolk based Ian Kelly, the stage and screen actor and writer best known for his 2015 West-End hit play; ‘Mr Foote’s Other Leg’ starring Simon Russell-Beale and directed by Sir Richard Eyre, will give a talk titled


"Shakespeare,


Garrick and the Birth of an Icon”.


Dame Harriet Walter, the


brilliant actress recently seen in ‘Succession’ on HBO and reported to be joining the cast for Killing


Eve, will,


availability permitting, lead a workshop on Shakespeare and Gender, and her two books on Shakespeare will be available in the foyer. Walpole-based


baritone


Rob Gildon will create a musical Merrie Evening of Shakespeare-inspired


music


and poetry read by Jenny Hall. John Wyver of Illuminations


Media, will present two films of famous stage productions. Before the screening, he will discuss film and television adaptations of RSC productions as well as his work producing the RSC Live from


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Wed 25th & Thurs 26th at 2.30pm Hugh Bonneville, Jim Carter,


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First Team 14:30 Saturday 7th September


First Team 14:30 Saturday 7th September


Away vs Barham Athletic


Coddenham Sports & Community Centre, School Road, Coddenham, IP6 9SR 14:30 Saturday 28th September 14:30 Saturday 5th October


Reserves 14:30 Saturday 7th September


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Home vs Ransomes Sports No fixture currently scheduled


Reserves 14:30 Saturday 7th September


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Framlingham Sports Club, Badingham Road, Framlingham, IP13 9HS 14:30 Saturday 21st September 14:30 Saturday 28th September


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Kesgrave High School, Main Road, Kesgrave, IP5 2PB 14:30 Saturday 5th October


Reserves 14:30 Saturday 7th September


Away vs Framlingham Town ‘A’


Home vs Needham Market ‘A’ 14:30 Saturday 28th September


Framlingham Sports Club, Badingham Road, Framlingham, IP13 9HS 14:30 Saturday 21st September


Home vs Ransomes Sports Home vs Ransomes Sports


No fixture currently scheduled No fixture currently schedul d


Framlingham Sports Club, Badingham Road, Framlingham, IP13 9HS 14:30 Saturday 21st September 14:30 Saturday 28th September


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Whitton Sports Centre, Whitton Church Lane, Ipswich, IP1 6LW 14:30 Saturday 14th September 14:30 Saturday 21st September


Away vs Coddenham Athletic


Whitton Sports Centre, Whitton Church Lane, Ipswich, IP1 6LW 14:30 Saturday 14th September 14:30 Saturday 21st September


Home vs Kirton Athletic


First Team 14:30 Saturday 7th September


Away vs Barham Athletic


Whitton Sports Centre, Whitton Church Lane, Ipswich, IP1 6LW 14:30 Saturday 14th September 14:30 Saturday 21st September


Coddenham Sports & Community Centre, School Road, Coddenham, IP6 9SR 14:30 Saturday 28th September 14:30 Saturday 5th October


Dairy Hill, Halesworth, IP19 8JS Upcoming Fixtures


Dairy Hill, Halesworth, IP19 8JS Upcoming Fixtures


SIL Division 1


Away vs Barham Athletic Home vs Ransomes Sports Away vs Barham Athletic


SIL Division 1


Morrison Freight Cup R1 (League Cup)


Home vs Kirton Athletic SIL Division 1 Home vs Kirton Athletic


No fixture currently scheduled SIL Division 1


Morrison Freight Cup R1 (League Cup) SIL Division 1


Away vs Framlingham Town ‘A’ SIL Division 1


Home vs Needham Market ‘A’ SIL Division 1


SIL Division 1


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Morrison Freight Cup R1 (League Cup) SIL Division 1


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DISTRICT MUSEUM MUSEUM TALKS


‘The Story of the Woodwose’ Matt Salusbury


Thursday 12th September 7.30pm


United Reformed Church, Quay St, Halesworth Adm £4


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Stratford-upon-Avon cinema broadcasts. John is Director, Screen Productions at the RSC and the author of the recently published Screening the Royal Shakespeare Company:


Critical History (Bloomsbury, 2019)


1) Hamlet (2009), with David


Tennant, Patrick Stewart, Penny Downie. Filmed on location for BBC Television,


Time


Out praised "the rich texture of this stunning production... a visually


arresting Robert style... a


mesmerising three hours." 2. A Midsummer Night's Dream (1959), with Charles Laughton,


Hardy,


Mary Ure, Ian Holm, Vanessa Redgrave,


Albert Finney.


Directed for stage by Peter Hall. This is a rare screening of a historic recording made on the stage of the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in Stratford- upon-Avon. Peter Hall's glorious stage production starred


the Laughton great as Bottom


Charles and


featured a host of emerging actors who would distinguish RSC productions in the next two decades. The black-and- white recording was made for


American television but


seemingly never broadcast, and includes a delightful prologue by Laughton wandering the streets of Stratford as well as a welcome to the theatre by a youthful Peter Hall.


The Cut Choir will sing Shakespearean songs. The SHAKE Art exhibition will run from September 12- 27 and boast works by Suffolk locals Stuart Pearson-Wright, Celia Lyttleton, Jenny Polak (Norfolk and New York), Eamonn


McCabe and Bill


Jackson (both Suffolk based), Katrin MacGibbon and also London-based Kitty


Arden, whose family are descended Sir Peter Hall & Jenny Hall.


from Shakespeare’s mother. Richard


O’Brien Shakespeare (not Institute


Rocky Horror Show man) of the


the at


Birmingham University will give a talk about writing plays in verse.


Dr Bonnie Lander-Johnson of Cambridge University will give a lecture titled: 'Flowers, Folklore Rural


and with actors)


Professor Grace Ioppolo of Reading University will give a lecture about Shakespeare’s troupe and the trouble they got into when touring in Suffolk and other places, titled: “Vagrant and licentious rabble”: The life of a travelling actor


in England.


Roger Eno will compose original music for a Dance workshop, led by Cut co- founder Caroline Mummery – centering on Ariel’s song ‘Come Unto These Yellow Sands’ from The Tempest. The Festival will kick off with a Banquet on Friday 25th October, with special catering by Café 51 of Southwold. The menu will be based on food that Shakespeare referred to. Jenny Hall is the daughter of Suffolk-born Sir Peter Hall, who founded the Royal Shakespeare Company in


Shakespeare’s Upbringing’


Shakespeare’s (lecture


Stratford on Avon in 1960 and she


recently moved to


Benhall, Saxmundham. “I was brought up on Shakespeare, yet I still have vast gaps in my knowledge! I’m so grateful to The Cut for giving me this opportunity. For me it’s an exiting


chance to discover


more about this astonishing writer, in the sharing and immersive atmosphere of The Cut.


Hall will run three workshops during the festival, one each for children, teens, and adults.


James Holloway, a founder


of The Cut who has directed many outdoor Shakespeare productions up and down the east coast, and taught at Summerhill School in Leiston, will give two workshops on Julius Caesar. Cordelia


Monsey, long


time assistant to Sir Peter Hall, will give a workshop on Shakespeare’s Sonnets. “Everyone is welcome. I hope some people might come and discover Shakespeare for the first time, and that those with real expertise will also want to come to share and enjoy”. “It’s going to be brilliant! I can’t wait!” Holloway.


said James A


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