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Thursday 26 September - Wednesday 2 October
Beautiful still life photography by Shelley Nott.
Sat 21 Sep - Thu 17 Oct
Fri 27 Sep - Sun 24 Nov
Thursday 10 - Wednesday 16 October
Cyndi Speer and Carol Pask
Wed 21 Aug - Sun 27 Oct
Regular trips along the River Alde - please check for exact days and times.
Sun 15 Sep - Sun 13 Oct
Expect to find vintage clothes, antique furniture, Twentieth Century designs and lip-smacking local food & drink.
One Wednesday every month
A practical music-making workshop for people of all ages and abilities, aimed at the local community.
Thu 17 - Wed 23 October
Local artist and crafters present a wide variety of beautifully created paintings and handicrafts.
Thu 17 October 6pm
The representation of modern day issues through Greek mythology.
Fri 18 Oct - Sun 3 Nov
Pick up a map from the Visitor Centre or Little Rascals and find the pumpkins on the trail.
Fri 18 Oct 8pm
Part of Britten Weekend: Britten & Russia
Alban Gerhardt plays cello sonatas by Britten and Shostakovich, with Julia Sitkovetsky singing Hebrew Songs and The Poet...
Sat 19 Oct 11am
Alban Gerhardt plays Britten's Cello Suites and Julia Sitkovetsky sings Prokofiev and Rachmaninov.
Sat 19 Oct 2:30pm
An afternoon exploring Soviet culture, the particular power of Russian music, and how East met West in the 1960s.
Sat 19 Oct - Sun 17 Nov
Hambling's acclaimed installation is revived in the space for which it was specially created.
Sat 19 Oct 7:30pm
The BBC National Orchestra of Wales play Shostakovich's tenth symphony and Britten's Symphony for Cello and Orchestra wi...
Sun 20 Oct 3pm
Britten's Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra, Shostakovich Cello Concerto No.1 played by Laura van der Heijden and ...
Fri 25 Oct 4pm
Fri 25 Oct 6pm
Fri 25 Oct 7:30pm
Mozart's lighthearted opera includes some of the composer's most spectacular arias. A period performance sung in English...
Sat 26 Oct 10:30am
An opera for 3-5 year olds, based on the picture book by Jill Murphy
Sat 26 Oct 7:30pm
A thief, a policeman, and a girl try to survive a “winter’s tale” that could not be more appropriate to modern Bri...