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A thrilling adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s dark psychological fantasy, The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde.Find out more »
As a multi-million selling recording artist with an equally impressive Olivier Award winning acting career, Barbara Dickson has firmly established herself as one of the most enduring and popular artistes in Britain today. Barbara Dickson’s interpretation of traditional music, married with 20th Century songs and material from the theatre is renowned and admired.Find out more »
Shadows & Reflections Tour: Enjoy the unique vocal talents of Marc Almond in a very special concert featuring songs and hits from his 36 year career, beautiful new orchestral arrangements, iconic torch songs and 60s Orchestral Pop.Find out more »
This blistering new adaptation sees Sophocles’ tragedy reimagined in a dystopian landscapeFind out more »
Rob takes his trademark comedic storytelling to a career high in this full length showFind out more »
Mike’s score for his 22-piece ensemble involves voices, acoustic brass and saxophones, electronics and double rhythm section. Vocalists Kate Westbrook, Martine Waltier and Billy Bottle are joined by an impressive array of musicians from the worlds of Jazz, Classical, Pop and Rock Music in a new kind of Big Band... The Uncommon Orchestra.Find out more »
A one-off opportunity to spend the evening with Clare Presland, mezzo soprano, and her pianist, along with the actors John Shrapnel and Dame Janet Suzman, DBE. Clare, winner of the Chilcott Award regularly performs with English National Opera and Royal Opera House, and recently made debuts abroad with Opéra de Lyon and Hyogo Performing Arts Center in Osaka, Japan. Clare takes a break from her busy operatic career to return to Bury St Edmunds for an evening to perform her…Find out more »
Jeremy Hardy is in his 4th decade as a stand-up this year! That’s a more dramatic way of saying he started 33 years ago and, without a lottery win, probably has at least another 33 years to go. “In an ideal world, Jeremy Hardy would be extremely famous, but an ideal world would leave him without most of his best material.” - The GuardianFind out more »
A new production adapted from one of the most celebrated works of the writer often hailed as the successor to Agatha Christie.Find out more »
Traditional unaccompanied folk singers nights run upstairs at Oakes Barn, St Andrews Street South, Bury St Edmunds IP33 3PH, on the first Monday of every month. Singing starts at 8.00 pm and continues till 10.30 pm with a mid-evening break. On traditional unaccompanied folk singers nights, we welcome anyone who wishes to sing traditional folk songs or songs in a traditional style, solo or with other people, but without instrumentation. These evenings are sing arounds, with singers taking turns around…Find out more »
10cc’s Graham Gouldman - Wednesday 4 October Graham Gouldman formed what became Heart Full of Songs six years ago, purely for the pleasure of playing songs in their simplest form, acoustically. Backed by fellow 10cc band members, the format became so popular that it adopted a name and began touring. Now a three-piece, a Heart Full of Songs concert is truly an exquisite experience.Find out more »
Contemporary folk nights run upstairs at Oakes Barn, St Andrews Street South, Bury St Edmunds IP33 3PH, on the first Wednesday of the month. The music start at 8.00 pm and continues till 10.30 pm with a mid-evening break. On these evenings, we provide an MC but no PA – performances are unplugged. We usually ask artists to perform a total of three or four songs, tunes or items. There may be some flexibility at the discretion of the MC,…Find out more »
Following on from their hit 2016 tour, Graeme Swann, England’s greatest ever spin bowler and cricket’s best loved commentator, Henry Blofeld, are back by popular demand, with a barrage of new stories from on and off the field. Expect the sprinkler, red trousers and to be laughing!Find out more »
Washing Machine proudly presents TUNDRA FIGHTMILK RAD PITT THE CATCH CODE OF CONDUCT Ludicrously exciting guitar-slinging surf-grunge noisemongers TUNDRA roared out of nowhere to win the BurySOUND Music Competition in early 2017, and the past few months have seen them tearing up stages at festivals, record stores and venues throughout East Anglia. For their first ever Washing Machine headline, we've assembled an equally exciting supporting line-up: London's FIGHTMILK (self-described as "pop's resting bitch face"), recently signed to legendary label Fierce…Find out more »
Sunshine and Shade: From brilliant Italian sunshine to the shade of an English glade, and from the call of the cuckoo to the frenzy of the tarantella, Suffolk Philharmonic’s autumn concert captures every mood. A charity concert in aid of the Diocesan Centenary Fund. £34/£28/£23/£16Find out more »
Duke Dobing (flute) Miriam Keogh (harp), and Raphael Hurwitz (viola) Outstanding musicians give a programme of beautiful and inspiring music by Debussy, Ravel, Ibert and Piazzolla. Tickets £8.50 includes tea, coffee and cakes after the concert.Find out more »
The Young’uns have cemented their reputation at the forefront of the English folk scene in the last few years. Having taken their uplifting voices, powerful songs, spine tingling harmonies and raucous humour to audiences across the UK and around the world, they won the title of ‘Best Group’ at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Award in 2015 and 2016.Find out more »
WINTER WILSON SALLY IRONMONGER THE ROSIE EADE BAND WENDY ARROWSMITH Tony Phillips Mark Gamon The Somali Road Attic Band Bernard Hoskin Mel Langton Martin Kaszak and Fara Afifi Revival Bryan Hardman The Punch House Band And more to come!Find out more »
Highly-specialised virtuoso players will play the The Duke's Greatest Hits; ‘Take The A Train’, ‘Satin Doll’, ‘Mood Indigo’, ‘Caravan’, ‘Don't Get Around Much Anymore’, ‘Sophisticated Lady’, and all your other Ellington favourites. £18.50 / £5 U25sFind out more »
An impressive combination of terrific talent, showcasing some enduring compositions. With their deep roots and immense creativity, the electric Strawbs offer a show just too good to miss. The resourceful and imaginative Dave Cousins fronts the show with Dave Lambert, Chas Cronk and Dave Bainbridge.Find out more »
Howard Skempton - New work Antonin Dvorak - Quartet No.10, Op.51 "Slavonic" Franz Schubert - Rosamunde Quartet The newly formed Albion Quartet comprises four outstanding performers with a wealth of experience in some of the UK's foremost ensembles (including the Badke and Navarra Quartets, and the London Bridge Trio). £20 / £15 / £5 U25sFind out more »
Folk from the tradition nights run upstairs at Oakes Barn, St Andrews Street South, Bury St Edmunds IP33 3PH, one Wednesday evening per month. The music start at 8.00 pm and continues till 10.30 pm with a mid-evening break. Folk from the tradition nights have a traditional focus. We welcome singers and musicians who work within the forms that are found in the traditions of these islands or who draw on those forms for their inspiration.Find out more »
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