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Operatic Baritone Mark Saberton appeared at the Quay to a sellout crowd in 2014. For this return concert of Opera, Classical, Folk and Songs from Musicals he is joined by the wonderful Soprano Julie Roberts and acclaimed pianist Matthew McCombie. Mark has performed at the Royal Opera House and with most of the major opera companies in the UK. Along with Julie, he is well known on the concert circuit. She also has extensive operatic experience and recently appeared as…Find out more »
Acoustic duo playing an eclectic mix of covers and original songsFind out more »
On July 2nd, Richard Strauss’s youthful and charming Horn Concerto Op.11 dates from 1883. We are delighted to welcome back Kay Dawson to perform it.Find out more »
When their father is arrested, three children and their mother are forced to move to the country near to the village railway station. There, they make friends with Perks, the station master, the travellers on the train and share many adventures before being finally being reunited with their father. Mike Kenny’s adaptation of E Nesbit’s book has been successfully performed in London and York, although we can’t promise you a real-life steam engine at The Quay! An amateur production by…Find out more »
Bures Music Festival is the East Anglian summer event of the year for music lovers of all ages and tastes. This unique festival, based in Suffolk, supports a multitude of musical genres from jazz to blues, rock to pop, plus a popular choral night. We’re delighted to welcome internationally known bands and musicians to our stage, but we’re also proud supporters of emerging acts and local talent. Bures Music Festival even runs its own young musicians’ competition – the ever…Find out more »
The Spirit of Motown and Beyond… Jupiter Ray are one of the UK’s leading Soul, Funk and R&B bands. Playing all the classic soul hits from the early Motown era to today, Jupiter Ray offer ‘The’ authentic Soul and Motown experience, taking you on a nostalgic time machine ride through the Detroit days and back again.Find out more »
Come and test your mettle with our many-rounded Bar Quiz! Teams of up to 6 with a £1.50 entry fee per person. Small money prize and a spot prize to be had. No booking requiredFind out more »
THE WALRUS & THE CARPENTER has an optional accompanying workshop where children make their own hats and oysters – which can actually be fed to the Walrus. These are made using arts and crafts materials – some of which are recycled items, mostly newspaper, making it as eco-friendly as possible. If taking place prior to the performance, they can wear these hats and with this are more engaged in the show. All items produced by the children and older friends…Find out more »
Take a stroll with the Walrus and Carpenter to find a picnic spot for a fantastic fishy feast! This oddly matched pair (of ALICE THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS fame), accompanied by a capricious Maid with Mop, make entertaining company for all. Loosely based on Lewis Carroll’s poem, this show/walkabout for all ages is led by a large weepy Walrus puppet and his lugubrious chippy companion. Expect hilarity, eye-watering recitation, music and slapstick in a salty combination of theatre and haute…Find out more »
Our monthly acoustic night in the bar. Anywhere between 2 - 5 musicians / singers performing sets while you relax, marvel at the local talent and sip away at your drinks! Free entry and performers usually begin at 7.15pm.Find out more »
A popular friendly open mic night in The Quay Bar - bring your instruments or just your voice - acoustics only, readings allowed, no mics please! Free Entry.Find out more »
GALA CONCERT in association with the Pimlott FoundationThe final concertof our 2017 season is on September 10th, an all-Beethoven concert with a rare opportunity to hear a live performance of Beethoven’s Choral Symphony; it is also the final concert of Jessie Ridley as leader of the Lavenham Sinfonia. To mark this occasion, she will play the Op. 50 Romance for violin and orchestra. Beethoven’s Opferlied (A Song of Offering), for soprano, chorus and orchestra, is a rarelyheard ceremonial work dating from…Find out more »
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