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Bungay Camera Club


BUNGAY Camera Club is pleased to announce that long serving member Andy Wilson has been awarded the highly regarded Associateship of the Royal Photographic Society (ARPS) qualification. Andy has been a member


of Bungay Camera Club since 2007 and freely admits that he has learnt almost everything he knows about photography via the club. Andy, who is a retired university maths and statistics lecturer, moved to this area over 27 years ago. Andy was awarded the LRPS (Licentiateship of the Royal Photographic Society) back in 2012 and decided to work towards the next grade up, an associateship, of the ARPS. The Royal


Photographic


Society (RPS) is an internationally recognised organisation promoting photography in all its forms with more than 11,000 members and encourages the highest standards of photography through education and its awards recognising members achievements with its distinctions.


Annually the RPS has over 1000 applicants for Licentiate, Associate and Fellowship distinctions, with around 600 being successful.


The working title of the panel


of fifteen images was “From the Supermarket” which was initially inspired by a camera club competition on food and


drink.


Andy’s Statement of Intent was, quote, "I decided to go to various supermarkets and select items based on colour, shape, texture, packaging and the shelf display. Each image was planned to be a still life montage of


similar foods or


drinks chosen from a section within the supermarket. I BUNGAY Camera Club is pleased to announce that long serving member Andy Wilson has been awarded the highly regarded Associateship of the Royal Photographic Society (ARPS) qualification. Andy has been a member


of Bungay Camera Club since 2007 and freely admits that he has learnt almost everything he knows about photography via the club. Andy, who is a retired university maths and statistics lecturer, moved to this area over 27 years ago. Andy was awarded the LRPS (Licentiateship of the Royal Photographic Society) back in 2012 and decided to work towards the next grade up, an associateship, of the ARPS. The Royal


Photographic


Society (RPS) is an internationally recognised organisation promoting photography in all its forms with more than 11,000 members and encourages the highest standards of photography through education and its awards recognising members achievements with its distinctions.


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


THE ambitious new SHAKE festival aims to blend fun, scholarship expertise,


in


and theatrical an


inclusive,


immersive event designed to appeal to all ages. It will take place at the end of half term, on the weekend of October 26th-27th. “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


workshop based on Andronicus titled


Bailey


(Witness for the Prosecution at County Hall)


Shock


will do a Titus


& 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 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) The Cut


Choir will sing


Shakespearean songs. The SHAKE Art exhibition will run from September 12th – 27th 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


descended from Shakespeare’s mother.


Richard


Rocky Horror Show man) of the


Shakespeare at Birmingham University will


give a talk about writing plays in verse. Dr Bonnie Lander-Johnson


O’Brien (not the Institute


of Cambridge University will give a lecture titled: 'Flowers, Folklore and Shakespeare’s Rural Upbringing’ with actors).


(lecture


Professor Grace Ioppolo of Reading University will give a lecture about Shakespeare’s troupe and the trouble they got


into A when touring in


Suffolk and other places, titled: “Vagrant and licentious rabble”: The life of a travelling actor in Shakespeare’s England.


are


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


Stratford-on-Avon


Company in in


1960


and she recently moved to Benhall, Saxmundham. “I was brought up on Shakespeare,


Annually the RPS has over 1000 applicants for Licentiate, Associate and Fellowship distinctions, with around 600 being successful.


The working title of the panel


of fifteen images was “From the Supermarket” which was initially inspired by a camera club competition on food and drink.


Andy has a home-based studio where he created virtually all the images used in his ARPS panel. Andy would like to say that he is very grateful to the


management of Tesco's


Andy’s Statement of Intent was, quote, "I decided to go to various supermarkets and select items based on colour, shape, texture, packaging and the shelf display. Each image was planned to be a still life montage of


similar foods or


drinks chosen from a section within the supermarket. I intended that each image would be graphic, in the form of a simple sign”.


supermarket in Beccles for allowing him to photograph food images in their store. He also wishes to add how indebted he feels to his friends in Bungay Camera Club and colleagues in the RPS for their support and advice over the two years it took him to develop his panel to the standard required for the ARPS distinction. Andy's final panel of 15 images can be seen on Bungay Camera Club's website at: https://www.bungaycameraclub. co.uk/arps


Mayflower 400 in Harleston 2020 will see the 400th


anniversary of the long sea voyage made on the ship Mayflower by the group known as The Pilgrim Fathers, and their landfall in America. Put very simply, they were seeking a new life, free from the constraints imposed by the established


Church on their


right to worship as they wished. The 400th Anniversary is going to be marked nationally by activity and events all around the country at sites significant to the departure of the pilgrims. The year long project will run from Thanksgiving Day November 2019 until Thanksgiving Day 2020. Although not on the national Mayflower 400 itinerary, Harleston and district has its own very special reason to celebrate - since a family of four from Harleston (Dad Fuller, mum, son and dad’s brother) were among the passengers on that historic 1620 Mayflower voyage. So, a Mayflower 400 in Harleston programme is being


put together under


the coordinating umbrella of Harleston’s Future, and a growing programme will snowball during the anniversary year.


Therefore, look out for


the Mayflower 400 in Harleston logo which will signal all the town’s anniversary events.


It


was designed by ScribblyRoo, the young Alburgh artist who designed and painted the beautiful Harleston Hare which proudly sat stargazing outside St John’s Church last summer. A particularly significant event in the Mayflower 400 in


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 exciting 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


Harleston programme will be the visit here in mid July by members of The Fuller Society of America, descendants of the four brave settlers from Harleston who set sail into the unknown all those years ago. These American “reverse pilgrims” plan, of course, to go to St Mary’s, Redenhall, where the brothers Edward and Samuel Fuller were baptised, and where, in the Chancel, there is a plaque commemorating their forbears and an earlier welcome visit by the Fuller Society of America in 2011. Mayflower 400 in Harleston will be launched by Harleston Academy schoolchildren on November 28th with the unveiling of a new art installation in St John’s Church. 400 paper origami ships, coloured by the youngsters and each carrying a thought, comment or message from the child, will sail across St John’s roofspace; and groups of children from the school will be given an introduction to Thanksgiving food (think pumpkins; turkeys; biscuits).


corn After a week or


three, the installation will go into store - to be reassembled for the Fuller Society’s visit to Redenhall. Rumour has it that another small fleet of model ships is in the making for a Mayflower boat race on the Waveney later in the summer. In advance of that launch


Waveney Heritage have announced a talk, “Harleston Pilgrim Fathers – Mayflower 400” by Margaret Griffiths on October 29th at 2.30pm at The Old School Brockdish (call


01379 668279 for tickets). Other


events, either under


way or in different stages of discussion, include a lecture programme; a commemorative drama; an archive film or drama documentary; Mayflower 400 theming for the Harleston and Waveney Festival and for the Harleston Academy summer Gala; a Mayflower bake-off; a special stamp cover, and more. The list goes on - and fuller (excuse the pun) details will be published as they are finalised, so please watch this space and also the website www. visitharleston.org.uk


Anyone who would like to know more, become involved, or has suggestions to enrich the programme further is encouraged to look up info@ harlestonsfuture.org.uk, to contact


or Trevor Graham,


Mayflower 400 in Harleston coordinator who can direct you to the right corner. Through all the year’s events, and a mini serialisation for publication month by month, the Mayflower story, the key characters, and the significant part they came to play in the development of the American Constitution will be told. Harleston has every reason to be proud of and to celebrate the part that the Fuller family from Harleston played in the Mayflower endeavour. So, come November 2019 – let the commemoration begin! Enjoy, and be a part of it.


The Ness Events – Waves & Wheels


WAVES & Wheels on 19th October is a celebration of the transport and engineering expertise of Lowestoft, both its heritage and its future.


Lowestoft has a rich history of innovative engineering across many industries – traditionally boats and fishing, oil and gas along with the coach works, construction, prams, TV’s, and many more. The town is still at the cutting edge with OrbisEnergy acting as an innovation and incubation centre for


the sector.


The day will showcase the prowess of the towns engineering with busses and boats, a mini tank, boat builders, a special Michael Burwood Art Exhibition, a workshop to make a film without a camera, as well as British bikes and cars – vintage and electric.


Movie Makers in Sparrows Nest will be showing original travel and transport films, with events at Blackshore Clothing, and stalls and demonstrations from IBTC, Lings, Lowestoft Maritime Museum, Lowestoft Museum, Lowestoft Vintage Vehicle Club, Lowestoft War Memorial Museum, and photographs from SLP.


The Ness is a new park which offshore renewables


will improve access, knowledge, participation and enjoyment of North Lowestoft and its unique maritime heritage and act as a new gateway to Ness Point. Work is due to be completed Spring 2020. Waves & Wheels will be at the North end of Whapload Road, Lowestoft, NR32 1XG and with East Anglia Transport Museum supplying a vintage Lowestoft bus it promises to be an informative and fun day out. All events are here www.


lowestoft towncounci l .gov. uk/events or check @ thenesslowestoft on Facebook.


Beccles Helping Hands


BECCLES Helping Hands Ghost Walks are commencing in


October. Saturday The 12th, dates Friday are 25th


and Saturday 26th. All walks commence at 7.30pm from The Bear and Bells. Old Market. Tickets £5 are on sale now and must be purchased from Saxons. New Market.


All


money raised will be donated to the Beccles community. Be sure to get your tickets early as they sell out fast.


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