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8 September - 23 December
Familiar and hidden scenes of Snape Maltings and Aldeburgh, centred around the original drawings made for the Snape Malt...
Tue 23 Oct - Mon 5 Nov
Thu 1 - Wed 7 November
Brian' creates unique evocative mixed media and hand pressed paintings and Silks
24 - 30 May & 1 - 7 November
Local artist Brian Coetzee is inspired by the Suffolk landscape to create his evocative and unique paintings.
Tue 23 Oct - Mon 12 Nov
Remembrance serves a fundamental human need.
Fri 26 Oct - Sun 25 Nov
Hambling's acclaimed installation is revived in the space for which it was specially created.
Friday 2 November - Monday 24 December
Part of Christmas at Snape Maltings
Pick up a map from the Visitor Centre or Little Rascals and find our friends on the nature trail.
Fri 2 Nov 1pm
Part of Poetry in Aldeburgh
Tutor: Glyn Maxwell
Tutor: Helena Nelson
Tutor: Jane Duran
Tutor: Dom Bury
Fri 2 Nov 3:30pm
Tutor: Jean Sprackland
Tutor: Mimi Khalvati
Fri 2 Nov 5:30pm
Composer Jesse Jones, director Josh Armstrong and librettist Richard Scott explore 13 days of cannibalism, murder and st...
Fri 2 Nov 7pm
Nathalie Teitler, Caleb Femi, Mimi Khalvati
Kate Davis, Meryl Pugh, Clare Best, Kay Syrad
Fri 2 Nov 7:30pm
A gem of baroque opera
Fri 2 Nov 8:30pm
Martin Figura, Helen Ivory, Lewis Buxton, Julia Webb, Ramona Hardman, Stuart Charlesworth
Sat 3 Nov 9am
Tutor: Yvonne Reddick
First Saturday of most months
Come and enjoy one of Suffolk’s finest food markets, a wonderful array of fresh produce and delicious artisan products...
Sat 3 Nov 10am
Maria Isakova Bennett and Michael Brown
Chrissy Williams, Suzannah Evans, Matt Howard, Josephine Corcoran
The Startling Truth with Ambit and The Fenland Reed, Lisa Kelly, Sue Burge
Sat 3 Nov 10:30am
"Waving Not Drowning" along the front at Aldeburgh
Sat 3 Nov 11:30am
Tutor: Pascale Petit
Talk by David Spittle with poetry and discussion with Philip Terry, Chris McCabe
Elizabeth Jane Burnett, Emily Hasler, Fiona Moore, Patricia Helen Wooldridge
Sat 3 Nov 1pm
John Lynch, Elizabeth Cook, L.M. Dearlove, Jennifer Smith
Dom Bury, Philip Gross, Liz Berry, Yvonne Reddick
Sat 3 Nov 2:30pm
Rebecca Watts, Adam Crothers, Claudine Toutoungi, Alex Wong
Charlotte Wetton, John Challis, Maria Isakova Bennett, Michael Brown
Sat 3 Nov 4pm
Conversation and Readings: from 'Dock Leaves' to 'Billy's Rain', 'West End Final' to 'I Knew the Bride'
Sasha Dugdale, Robert Peake, Chris McCabe, Sophie Herxheimer
Sat 3 Nov 5:30pm
with Richard Scott, Mary Jean Chan
Clare Pollard with guests George Szirtes, Sasha Dugdale, Zaffar Kunial and Chrissy Williams
Sat 3 Nov 7pm
Readings by 3 Poets
Clare Pollard with Kostya Tsolakis
Sat 3 Nov 7:30pm
A rare concoction of 17th-century music and opera
Sat 3 Nov 8:30pm
Matt Barnard with John Canfield
Nathalie Teitler introduces Caleb Femi, Inua Ellams, Victoria Adukwei Bulley
Sun 4 Nov 9am
Following his hugely successful Poetry School online course ‘Poetry and Philosophy
Sun 4 Nov 10am
Abigail Parry, Susannah Hart, Tim Richardson, Jane Commane
Esther Morgan, Nigel Pantling, Maria Apichella, Jonathan Totman
Sun 4 Nov 11:30am
Richie McCaffery, Pam Thompson, Jonathan Edwards
Isabel Palmer, Bryony Doran and guest readings of Jehanne Dubrow, Elyse Fenton
Sun 4 Nov 1pm
Helena Nelson introduces: Alison Brackenbury, Matthew Stewart, Rosie Shepperd
Award ceremony and readings with judges Mimi Khalvati and Alys Fowler and the top 5 poets
Sun 4 Nov 2:30pm
Jacqueline Saphra, A K Blakemore, Amy Key, Elisabeth Sennitt Clough
Magma and Coast to Coast to Coast present their contributors
Sun 4 Nov 4pm
Celebration and readings by the Competition Winners
Reading with founders Mimi Khalvati, Pascale Petit, Jane Duran
Tue 6 Nov 11am
Part of Friends Events
Thu 8 Nov - Tue 25 Dec
Thu 8 - Wed 14 November
Hand painted ceramics, bright and colourful images from nature
Fri 9 Nov 7:30pm
Can we transcend our destructive behaviour? And what would a sustainable future for Earth look like?
Sat 10 Nov 7:30pm
Britten’s masterpiece on the eve of Remembrance Day
Thu 15 - Wed 21 Nov
Original prints of scenes from the Suffolk coast, farms, forests and beaches.
Fri 16 Nov - Sat 17 Nov
Sat 27 Oct - Sat 17 Nov
Part of Workshops at the Tack Room
This one-hour workshop for both children and inexperienced adults provides an introduction to chamber music from the 16t...
This two-hour workshop for players of Grade 4 standard and above introduces dance music, fantasias and choral music from...
Mon 19 & Tue 20 Nov
Wed 24 Oct - Wed 19 Dec
A practical music-making workshop for people of all ages and abilities, aimed at the local community.
Thu 22 - Wed 28 November
Paintings of the crew by fellow lifeboatman, David Gillingwater.
Sat 24 Nov 7:30pm
Karl Jenkins’ Mass for Peace