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SHAKE FESTIVAL

Posted: Wednesday 25th September 2019

SHAKE FESTIVAL

26th and 27th October, All day!

http://www.shakefestival.com

All things Shakespeare for all ages.

Tickets: Kids £1, Teens £2, Adults £12
Under 20s Day Tickets: £6
Adult Day Tickets: £35

For the Art Exhibition, please click here

For the Much Ado About Nothing play, please click here

For the Tudor Supper, please click here

For the full Saturday schedule, please click here

For the full Sunday schedule, please click here

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Positive Birth Movement Halesworth

Posted: Wednesday 21st August 2019

Positive Birth Movement Halesworth

Next Meet Up is on the 29 August from 2-4pm in The Cut Cafe

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BAZAAR 2019

Posted: Friday 17th May 2019

BAZAAR 2019

Come join us in another bazaar weekend at The Cut.

On Saturday 23rd & Sunday 24th of November 2019

Want to book a stall for The Grand Bazaar 2019? Email bazaar@newcut.org and we'll email you the entry form. Want to pick one up? Available from The Cut box office.

We're looking forward to seeing you all again.

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FREE FILMS IN AUGUST

Posted: Thursday 9th May 2019

FREE FILMS IN AUGUST

Half-Term films are back again this August! Our fun selection of films this summer are

7th August - Wreck-It Ralph 2: Ralph Breaks the Internet
14th August - Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald
21st August - Smallfoot
28th August - Mary Poppins Returns

All films start at 11:30am and are free to everyone!

 

Please note anyone under the age of 16 should be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

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Iyengar Yoga Workshop with Barbara Vidion

Posted: Tuesday 30th April 2019

Iyengar Yoga Workshop with Barbara Vidion

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Beginner Harmonica Workshop with Paul Gillings

Posted: Wednesday 10th April 2019

Beginner Harmonica Workshop with Paul Gillings

Learn to play in a day with Harmonica virtuoso Paul Gillings!

Harmonica player and teacher Paul Gillings will guide you through the rudiments of playing the humble mouth organ. In one day Paul will take you from being a complete novice to being able to play tunes, scales and chords.

You will need: A 10 hole diatonic harmonica in the key of C (Harmonicas will be available to purchase on the day).

Registration - 10am

Session 1 - 10.30 - 11.30

15 min Break

Session 2 - 11.45 - 12.45pm

1 hour Lunch

Session 3 - 2pm - 3pm

15 min Break

Session 4 - 3.15 - 4.15

*Harmonicas will also be available on the day for £10 each

Bookable From: http://newcut.org/events/entry/8663

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How to Speak Shakespeare’s Verse Workshop

Posted: Friday 29th March 2019

How to Speak Shakespeare’s Verse Workshop

TWO WORKSHOP SPECIALS WITH JENNY HALL

HOW TO SPEAK SHAKESPEARE’S VERSE

Jenny Caron Hall, daughter of RSC founder Sir Peter Hall and Hollywood actress Leslie Caron, teaches the method her father
taught her when he cast her as Miranda in The Tempest at the National Theatre. The poetic and rhetorical devices employed by Shakespeare are often ignored by readers, actors and academics. But when faithfully observed these simple tools, which have been handed down through the great theatre companies for centuries, give each new generation the skill to reveal Shakespeare with perfect clarity and give optimum power to bold new interpretations.

Sat April 27th - 4.15pm - 5.45pm
Sun April 28th - 2.30pm - 4pm
Price £6 for Teens, £10 for Adults

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Hamlet

Posted: Wednesday 6th March 2019

Hamlet

Friday 15 March 8pm
Emily Carding
Tickets £10

Following on from last year’s Richard III (a One-Woman show), Emily Carding takes on the role of the Danish prince in Hamlet.

Adapted by Kolbrun Bjort Sigfusdottir, this production immerses the entire audience by inviting them to become players. Hamlet is a director with the aim of ensuring that the truth of his story is told. Scripts are tentatively handed to cautious volunteers in what they are assured is a safe, nurturing environment.

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Lauren Zhang

Posted: Wednesday 6th March 2019

Lauren Zhang

Sunday 17th of March
Start 2:30pm

BEETHOVEN: Piano Sonata No. 28 in A major Op.101
BRAHMS: Variations on a theme of Paganini,Op.35 (Books 1 & 2)
CHOPIN: Andante Spianato and Grande Polonaise Op.22
RAVEL: La Valse.  RAVEL: Gaspard de la nuit

(We regret that all wheelchair spaces for this concert have now been taken)

Since winning BBC Young Musician in her home city of Birmingham, Lauren has been invited to perform at the BBC Proms with the BBC Concert Orchestra, Proms in the Park with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, and is in demand as soloist throughout the UK and further afield.


Future highlights include concerto performances with London Mozart Players, the European Union Chamber Orchestra and Brno Philharmonic. She gives recitals at Nottingham Royal Concert Hall, the Herkulessaal in Munich, the Ryedale, Woburn and Lichfield Festivals, among many others.
Lauren studies with Dr Robert Markham in the Junior Department at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, and is a pupil at the King Edward VI High School for Girls. In 2016, she won first prize at the 15th Ettlingen International Piano Competition in Germany.


Lauren has participated in and organised various charity concerts and is a keen chamber musician.

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