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Halesworth & Southwold Community News October 2019 25 What's on at The Cut


AS we head into Autumn and the nights draw in it’s time to pick up The Cut brochure and see what treats we have in store. November sees the hugely popular Herring Festival, 2-3 November, a weekend of events for all the family with music, words and plays, all about the


humble herring. Come along for a taste – in every sense - of the glory days of the Suffolk fi shing industry and the annual autumn harvest of North Sea herring by Suffolk drifters manned by Suffolk men in jerseys and oilies. While herring isn’t as familiar an item on the menu as it once was, you probably know whitebait, which is simply the herring young. There’ll be a day-long outdoor barbecue of fresh caught North Sea herring & bloaters, as well as the chance to try the famous Dutch soused herring (maatjes haring). The weekend sees the return of the hugely popular Pearls from The Grit from Dean Parkin about a longlost easterly fi shing community.


the


Fri 4th - Wed 9th Oct at 7.15pm Thurs 10th Oct at 3.00pm


Brad Pitt, Liv Tyler and Tommy Lee Jones in


AD ASTRA 12A - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -


Sun 6th Oct at 5.00pm Wed 9th Oct at 3.00pm


Vanessa Redgrave and Timothy Spall in


MRS LOWRY & SON PG


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Thurs 10th Oct at 7.30pm. Tickets: £14.95


Legendary comedian Billy Connol- ly is coming to cinema screens with this brilliant show from his final stand-up tour ...


BILLY CONNOLLY: THE SEX LIFE OF


BANDAGES 18 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -


Fri 11th & Sat 12th Oct at 7.15pm Sun 13th Oct at 6.00pm


Mon 14th & Tues 15th Oct at 7.15 Wed 16th Oct at 1.00pm


Thurs 17th Oct at 3.00pm & 7.15pm Fri 18th & Sat 19th Oct at 5.00pm Mon 21st -Thurs 24th Oct at 7.15


Renée Zellweger and Jessie Buckley in


JUDY 12A - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -


Sat 12th Oct at 3.30pm FREE ADMISSION


Suffolk Shorts present seven


specially selected short films from the First Light Festival ...


BEST OF THE FEST - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -


Sun 13th Oct at 3.00pm Tickets: £9.95


Special one-off charity screening of the outrageous Pantomime for Grown-ups, recorded live at the Spa Pavilion Theatre, Felixstowe ...


THROBBIN HOOD 18 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -


Fri 18th & Sat 19th Oct at 7.30pm


Constance Wu, Jennifer Lopez and Julia Stiles in


HUSTLERS 15 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -


Mon 21st, Tues 22nd & Thurs 24th Oct at 3pm


UGLY DOLLS U - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -


Fri 25th -Thurs 31st Oct 7.15pm (excl. Sun 27th)


Joaquin Phoenix, Zazie Beetz and Robert De Niro in


JOKER 15 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -


Sun 27th Oct at 6.00pm Wed 30th Oct at 3.00pm


The definitive story of American rock


singer-songwriter, bass player, author and actor Suzi Quatro ...


. SUZI Q 15 For tickets and times,


call our friendly team on 01728 830549 or visit leistonfilmtheatre.co.uk


WHAT’S ON IN OCTOBER


FILMFEAST Fri 4 Oct 6pm BIG NIGHT (15) FEAST 8pm


CINEMA Thu 8 Oct 7.30pm ROCKETMAN (15)


CINEMA Wed 9 Oct 7.30pm WOMAN OF THE DUNES (15)


THEATRE Fri 11 & Sat 12 Oct 8pm WALKING TO JERUSALEM


EXHIBITION Sat 12 – Sun 27 Oct SHAKE & ARTBOX


CLASSICAL MUSIC Sun 13 Oct 3pm KINGFISHER SINFONIETTA


CINEMA Wed 16 Oct 7.30pm A PRIVATE WAR (15)


NATIONAL THEATRE Thu 17 Oct 7pm A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM


PERFORMANCE Fri 18 Oct 8pm AN INSTINCT FOR KINDNESS WORKSHOP


Sat 19 Oct 10–4.15pm BEGINNERS HARMONICA WORKSHOP


CINEMA Wed 23 Oct 7.30pm ALL IS TRUE (12A)


THEATRE Thu 24 Oct 7.30pm BLUE STOCKINGS


HALESWORTH IN BLOOM Tue 29 Oct 7pm THE ANNUAL AWARDS CINEMA Wed 30 Oct 7.30pm BURNING (15)


SCIENCE CAFÉ Thu 31 Oct 7-9pm THE PROTEIN REVOLUTION


138 0 8 2 DAY EXCURSIONS


WED 9TH OCT: IPSWICH / BURY ST EDMUNDS . ................................................£14.00 / £15.50 SUN 13TH OCT: FREEPORT .................... £18.00 MON 14TH OCT:NORTH NORFOLK LUNCH & SHERINGHAM .......................................£34.00 TUES 15TH OCT: WESTFIELD SHOPPING CENTRE ................................................£24.00 TUES 22ND OCT: LONDON ZOO / MADAME TUSSAUDS .............................£60.00 / £63.00 THUR 24TH OCT: COLCHESTER CASTLE .. £24.25 SUN 3RD NOV: HYLANDS ESTATE OPEN DAY .... ..............................................................£19.50 TUES 5TH NOV: MILTON KEYNES .......... £28.00 SUN 10TH NOV: FREEPORT SHOPPING VILLAGE ...............................................£18.00 SAT 16TH NOV: ELY CHRISTMAS CRAFT & FOOD FAIR ............................................£20.00 WED 20TH NOV: LONDON & LIGHTS ...... £37.00 THURS 28TH NOV: BURGHLEY CHRISTMAS FAIR ......................................................£37.00


THEATRES & CONCERTS


THUR 12TH DEC: CROMER CHRISTMAS SHOW .. .................................................................£38.00 SUN 5TH JAN: DISNEY ON ICE ..................£79.50 SAT 8TH FEB: STRICTLY LIVE TOUR .........£99.00 SUN 9TH FEB: STRICTLY LIVE TOUR .........£99.00


H a l e s w o r t h T o w n F o o t b a l l C l u b H a l e s w o r t h T o w n F o o t b a l l C l u b


SUN 9TH FEB 20: CIRQUE DU SOLEIL – LUZIA .... .............................................................. £108.00 THUR 12TH MAR 20: MARY POPPINS ... £104.00 THURS 26TH MAR 20: TINA TURNER .......£81.50 THUR 30TH APRIL 20: PRINCE OF EGYPT ........... .................................................................£71.50


HOLIDAYS


MON 18TH NOV MORECAMBE T & T MON 18TH NOV CORNWALL T & T


FRI 22ND NOV CHRISTMAS MARKETS OF THE NORTH WEST


THUR 28TH NOV FESTIVITIES OF THE HOME COUNTIES


SUN 1ST DEC CHRISTMAS AT MON 2ND DEC MYSTERY T & T


THUR 5TH DEC TENBY T & T BARGAIN BREAK


MON 23RD DEC XMAS IN SCARBOROUGH BARGAIN BREAK


MON 3RD FEB SCARBOROUGH BARGAIN BREAK


MON 30TH DEC NEW YEAR IN STAFFORDSHIRE


SUN 16TH FEB LIVERPOOL FC LEGENDS DAY


THUR 28TH NOV CHRISTMAS MARKETS OF THE SOUTH


5 DAYS £309 5 DAYS £309


4 DAYS £259 3 DAYS £195 3 DAYS £219


ROCKINGHAM CASTLE 2 DAYS £119 5 DAYS £299


3 DAYS £299 5 DAYS £449 4 DAYS £379 5 DAYS £179 2 DAYS £209


CALL NOW FOR A COPY OF OUR BROCHURES


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


Fiona FitzGerald will examine art


world of Magdelene


Odundo and presents an illustrated talk on Ceramics and Identity in late 20th Century Britain, Wednesday 9th October 10.30am.


Odundo breaks down barriers between worlds. connects


to the


This talk exhibition,


MAGDALENE ODUNDO: THE JOURNEY OF THINGS, at the Sainsbury Centre, Norwich


Passion Pit Theatre, in


association with Amos Trust, Hodder & Stoughton and The New Theatre, UK and Ireland bring Walking to Jarusalem to


Planet Craft Makers Market


United Reformed Church Hall High Street, Southwold


EVERY FRIDAY (up to 20 December)


* Open 9:30am - 2pm * Refreshments Available * Dogs Welcome


Everything you see is created by the stallholder


southwoldartisancraftmarket southwoldfridaymarket


CANCER RESEARCH UK Halesworth Committee


JUMBLE


SALE at HOLTON


VILLAGE HALL SATURDAY


1TH  Good as new, bric-a-brac, Tea & coffee, cake 10am-12pm


ALL WELCOME Friday 11th October 2019 Friday 11th O ctober 2019


At Reydon Village Hall Adults (16 and over): £5 for a book Children: £3.50 for a book


At Reydon V illage Hall Adults ( 16 and over) : £ 5 for a book


Children: £ 3. 50 for a book R a i s i n g m o n e y f o r a


Doors open at 6.30pm, Bingo starts at 7pm All ages welcome


D oors open at 6. 30pm, B ingo starts at 7pm All ages w elcome


Range of priz es for adults and children Raffle and other games


Refreshments available or bring your ow n


Range of prizes for adults & children Raffle and other games


v o l u n t e e r i n g t r i p t o E c u a d o r i n 2 0 2 0 t o h e l p m i n o r i t y


c o m m u n i t i e s , r e c o n s t r u c t t h e r a i n f o r e s t a n d e d u c a t e c h i l d r e n .


First T eam 14: 30 Saturday 7th September


Halesworth, 11 - 12 October 7.30pm.


Justin Butcher traces the perils, pratfalls and marvels of the path to Jerusalem.


In 2010, Chris Larner accompanied his chronically ill ex-wife to Dignitas in Switzerland. He returned home with an empty wheelchair and a story to tell.


Heart-rending, funny, acclaimed by press and public alike, Larner draws us inexorably into the haunting story of a woman making the ultimate decision about her life, 18 October, 8pm.


Harleston Players Present Blue Stockings by Jessica Swale, 24 October 7.30pm. ‘Love or knowledge: which would you chose?’


Sat 26 October and Sunday 27th October 2019 sees the Shake Festival with Workshops, Art, Lectures, Food, Dancing, Music. All things Shakespeare for all ages You might have heard that we are hoping to raise £100,000 in our 2020 Vision appeal. We’ve been bowled over by the response from our audiences and community. We’re thrilled to say that we have reached 50% which is an amazing feat! Up to 1000 people a week use The Cut and that’s a lot of wear and tear. There are regular classes/workshops for art and drawing, photography and photoshop, science, ballet and dance, creative writing and poetry, Pilates, yoga and qi gong, and performing arts for young people. The Cut is also a regular venue for U3A activities so we need to make it a robust home for another 20 years! To donate go to www.bit.ly/ justgivingthecut


All tickets and further information here; www.newcut. org/events


CHILDREN'S Sunday session 'Cinema+Create' back at The Fisher


October at 10am.


Cinema+Create is a popular, volunteer-produced session for children and their grown ups to enjoy at The Fisher Theatre in Bungay during the cooler months when the great outdoors is not always an option! We started back in 2017, with huge support from the community. We show a fi lm followed by multiple themed crafts or imaginative play opportunities for parents/ carers and children to share, for just £5 per person. Octobers fi lm choice is p


A Pixar classic and a bit of a universal-people-pleaser. We are yet to meet anyone who has not fallen deeply in love with it. Carl Fredricksen, a 78-year- old balloon salesman, is about to fulfi ll a lifelong dream. Tying thousands of balloons to his house, he fl ies away to the South


American wilderness, but curmudgeonly Carl's worst nightmare comes true when he discovers a little boy named Russell is a stowaway aboard the balloon-powered house. The


session has been


supported by Bungay Town Council and Norwich, Waveney and District Creative Mojo - who, themselves, explore hands-on art with adults who experience mental health issues, learning or physical issues and people living with dementia at home and in residential


care


settings fi nd them on acebook  they do amazing work). Cinema followed by parent/carer and child crafts suitable for 3 years and up. Running time: 1 hr 36 mins (no interval, but a relaxed cinema experience with freedom to move around). Go to www. fi shertheatre.org or call  897130 to book tickets, tickets are limited.


D airy Hill, Halesw orth, I P19 8J S U pcoming Fixtures


Aw ay vs B arham Athletic


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


First T eam 14: 30 Saturday 7th September


First Team 14:30 Saturday 5th October


Refreshments available or bring your own


Raising money for a volunteering trip to Ecuador in 2020 to help minority communities, reconstruct the rainforest and educate children.


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


14:30 Saturday 12th October 14:30 Saturday 19th October


Reserves 14: 30 Saturday 7th September


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


PRODUCE MARKET SATURDAY 12th


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


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


Recreation Ground, Old Bury Road, Stanton, IP31 2JH 14:00 Saturday 26th October


Whitton Sports Centre, Whitton Church Lane, Ipswich, IP1 6LW 14:00 Saturday 2nd November


Home vs Ransomes Sports N o fixture currently scheduled


14: 30 Saturday 14th September 14: 30 Saturday 14th September OCTOBER14: 30 Saturday 28th September


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


Reserves 14: 30 Saturday 7th September


Reserves 14:30 Saturday 5th October


14:30 Saturday 12th October 14: 30 Saturday 14th September


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


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


Summer Road, WalshamLe Willows 14:00 Saturday 2nd November


Home vs Somersham Reserves Ufford Recreation Ground, Ufford A d m i s s i o n t o a l l g a m e s i s f r e e ! ! New stallholders always welcome A l l s u p p o r t i s a p p Aw ay vs Framlingham T ow n ‘ A’


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


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


Saxmundham Sports Centre, Carlton Park, Saxmundham 14:00 Saturday 19th October 14:30 Saturday 26th October


Home vs G rundisburgh Reserves Aw ay vs K esgrave K estrels Reserves


Aw ay vs Coddenham Athletic Away vs Bramford Road Old Boys


SI L D ivision 1 SI L D ivision 1


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


Away vs Saxmunham Sports Reserves SIL League C Aw ay vs Framlingham T ow n ‘ A’


N o fixture currently schedul d Home vs Somersham Reserves Home vs N eedham Market ‘ A’


Home vs G rundisburgh Reserves Aw ay vs K esgrave K estrels Reserves


Home vs Old Newton Reserves Away vs Walsham Le Willows ‘A’


Away vs Ufford Sports Reserves Home vs Somersham Reserves


A l l s u p p o r t i s a p p r e c i a t e d a n d v e r y w e l c o m e C l u b h o u s e o p e n f o r r e f r e s h m e n t s a t e v e r y m a t c h a


r e c i a t e d


SI L League C SI L League C


C l u b h o u s e o p e n f o r r e f r e s h m e n t s a t e v e r y m a t c h SI L League C


SI L League C SIL League C


C l u b h o u s e b a r i s o p e n a l l a f t e r n o o n f o r r e f r e s h m e n t s a t e v e r y m a t c h d H v ae l er y s w


A l l s u p p o r t i s a p p r e c i a t e d a n d v e r y w e l c o m e A d m i s s i o n t o a l l g a m e s i s f r e e ! !


n e o l cr t h m o T e o w n C l u b h o u s e o p e n f o r r e f r e s h m e n t s a t e v e r y m a t c h F o o t b a l l C l u b


SI L League C SI L League C


Home vs G


Home vs Ransomes Sports Home vs Bacton Utd


Reserves 14: 30 Saturday 7th September


First T eam 14: 30 Saturday 7th September


Cinema+Create The Story of Suffolk’s oldest cinema Theatre, Sunday 20th


LEISTON Film Theatre is busy preparing to celebrate the venue’s 105th anniversary story behind one of the country’s oldest surviving purpose-built cinemas to be screened at the historic venue on Sunday 20th October. Entitled


Suffolk’s Oldest


“The Story of Cinema”,


this unique event, compiled by Film Theatre Manager Wayne Burns and colleague Stephen Ginger, will celebrate the fascinating story behind Leiston Picture House, as it was originally named with a rare collection of images, documents and footage, much of which have never been seen before, with an informal and no doubt entertaining commentary from Wayne sharing the various tales behind many of the images.


This presentation provides an opportunity to see this collection and includes images of the venue prior to its opening in 1914, original documents dating back 100 years and even footage of former manager Peter Free in the projection room. The programme travels from the cinema’s inception in 1914, through to the present day and is a fi tting tribute to the visionaries who brought cinema to Leiston and the remarkable achievement that, despite many uncertain times, the cinema is still thriving over a century later. Leiston Film Theatre Manager Wayne Burns is looking forward to a day of nostalgia at Suffolk’s oldest cinema. “It really is something special for Stephen and I to show these scenes on


unique experience,” said.


The presentation will be projected in digital quality and all proceeds will be donated to the Leiston Film Theatre Support Club, who has raised a staggering £120,000 since 1992 to keep Leiston’s cinema on trend with the big city multiplexes. The


Story of Suffolk’s Oldest Cinema will be presented at Leiston Film Theatre


on Sunday 20th


October, with two separate presentations at 3pm and 7pm. Tickets are now available from the bo offi ce el  830549), priced £10 and £8.50 for club members. Tickets can also be booked online at: www.leistonfi lmtheatre.co.uk


NEWS FROM THE HUB HUNTINGFIELD


THE hub came alive to a little slice of Spain on the evening of Saturday 21st September. Where folk sat down to an excellent three course meal and were thoroughly entertained by Ian Cooper, a very talented guitar player, with all things Spanish. It really was a special evening where people from all walks of life came together and enjoyed themselves.


The next Hub Brunch is on Saturday 12th October 10am- 12pm and again on Saturday 9th November. The Rural Coffee Caravan


comes on the fi rst hursday of the month between 10am and noon where you will fi nd a friendly welcome and a nice warming beverage all for free. Coastal Leisure Learning D airy Hill, Halesw orth, I P19 8J S


U pcoming Fixtures Aw ay vs B arham Athletic


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


D airy Hill, Halesw orth, I P19 8J S D airy Hill, Halesw orth, I P19 8J S


U pcoming Fixtures


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


Home vs K irtonAthletic No fixture 14: 30 Saturday 5th O ctober


Aw ay vs Coddenham Athletic Home vs K irtonAthletic Away vs Stanton


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


October FixturesO ctober Fixtures SI L D ivision 1


Aw ay vs B arham Athletic Home vs Grundisbugh


Morrison Freight Cup R1 (League Cup) SI L D ivision 1


Home vs Ransomes Sports SIL Division 1


SIL Division 1


N o fixture currently scheduled SIL Division 1


SI L D ivision 1


Home vs N eedham Market ‘ A’ Aw ay vs Framlingham T ow n ‘ A’


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


SI L D ivision 1 SIL Division 1


rundisburgh Reserves


Aw ay vs K esgrave K estrels Reserves SI L League C


SI L D ivision 1 SIL League C


Home vs Somersham Reserves SI L League C


A d m i s s i o n t o a l l g a m e s i s f r e e ! ! SI L League C


Travel Tours plus Cup R1 SIL League C


A l l s u p p o r t i s a p p r e c i a t e d a n d v e r y w e l c o m e SI L League C


Morrison Freight Cup R2


Morrison Freight Cup R1 (League Cup) SI L D ivision 1


Home vs K irtonAthletic Aw ay vs Coddenham Athletic


are running a painting and drawing workshop every Friday morning between 10am and 12noon. The ever popular Apple Day & local food fair takes place on Sunday 27th October, 11am - 2.30pm all in aid of the untingfi eld Millennium Green with donations at the door. Local food producers will be selling: honey, meat, eggs, apples, apple juice, preserves, pates, dips, ice cream cakes, yoghurt, organic soaps, plants and bulbs. Plus an


apple identifi cation serice and a demonstration of apple pressing, tour of the orchard, apple bobbing, raffl e, tombola, refreshments. Not to be missed.


For more information about courses and events please either phone the Hub on 01986 799130, email us at thehubhuntingfi eld.org or look at the website www. huntingfi eld.onesuffolk.net


our cinema screen and I know that the audience will enjoy this


he


Singing Workshop with Sally Davies at The Cut


SI L D ivision 1


Morrison Freight Cup R1 (League Cup) SI L D ivision 1


SI L D ivision 1 SI L D ivision 1


SI L League C SI L League C


SI L League C SI L League C


HALESWORTH Community Choir is delighted to be hosting a very special “one off” singing workshop led by the renowned Sally Davies, a choir leader with a dynamic and infectious style. Sally leads workshops all over the country and her folk song arrangements are sung


by


many choirs and smaller a cappella groups (for more information see www. sallydaviesmusic.co.uk). The workshop is on Sunday


20th October, 10am to 4pm, at The Cut Arts Centre in Halesworth (8 New Cut, IP19 8BY). There will be breaks for refreshments and for a “bring and share” lunch. Everyone is welcome –


there’s no need to read music or to have any previous singing eperience. o fi nd out more or to book tickets, please contact Halesworth Community Choir by email: halesworth.community. choir@gmail.com


25th Wedding Anniversary


HAPPY 25th Wedding Anniversary Martin and Jane Saunders on September 17th 2019.


Congratulations and love from all the family. SI L League C


THE RED LION Music at


South Green, Southwold Music Dates


Sunday 6th October – Gareth Christian Sunday 13th October – Karen Bell Sunday 20th October- Steve & Greta Friday 25th October- Mark Antony


01502 723227 .


137668


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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SHAKE


FESTIVAL Fri 24, Sat 25 & Sun 26 Oct


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