Category: Past Perfomances

The Silhouettes

The Silhouettes

Saturday 13th April 2024 7:30pm

The Silhouettes are unique amongst tribute bands in providing an authentic Shadows show which includes faithful recreations of
all their famous stage moves as well as acoustic renditions of hits such as Guitar Tango and Nivram. The show includes all the
group’s number one hits (Apache, Kon Tiki, Wonderful Land, Dance On and Foot Tapper) and 14 other top twenty hits including FBI, Frightened City, The Savage, Atlantis and the Rise and Fall of Flingel Bunt.

Tickets £14/£12

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Embraceable Ella

Embraceable Ella

Friday 5th April 2024 7:30pm

JOANNA EDEN + CHRIS INGHAM (piano)
Acclaimed chanteuse Joanna Eden, mentor and teacher
to the global pop sensation Sam Smith, salutes her
vocal heroine Ella Fitzgerald. Swinging and scatting
through Ella’s irresistible repertoire of classics, Joanna
presents an enchanting evening full of music and
anecdote, infused with the spirit of the First Lady of Song.

“Sophisticated, stylish vocals” JAZZ JOURNAL
“Absolutely marvellous” DAME CLEO LAINEickets £14/£

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Pat & Ron – Writers in Crime

Pat & Ron – Writers in Crime

Or Patricia Highsmith met Ronald Blyth. An original play by Suzanne Hawkes

Monday 25th March – Wednesday 27th March 7:30pm

Tuesday 2nd April – Thursday 4th April 7:30pm

In 1964 Patricia Highsmith – famous writer of Strangers on a Train and The Talented Mr Ripley – moves to England and buys a cottage in Earl Soham intending to base her next novel in Suffolk. 
There she meets Ronald Blythe – who counts among his friends Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears  – and is working on his new novel Akenfield
Two writers – two imaginations – anything could happen!

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Lady J’s Springtime Marvels

Lady J’s Springtime Marvels

Friday 15th March 7:30pm

A fabulous night of East Anglian Entertainment!

Lady J hosts a selection of her favourite regional acts across music, spoken word and improv. Expect an eclectic night of entertainment that will leave you feeling all warm inside from an evening well spent in the company of some of our region’s finest!

The Springtime Marvels are:

Ash Carr, Singer/songwriter
Justine de Mierre, Storyteller
Sue Thompson, Poet
Quaynotes, Folk trio
Insert Laughter Here, Improvised comedy group
Beez Nee, Volin and ukulele duo

This is a quarterly event and Lady J will be back with a new selection of local talent for her Summer Marvels on Friday 21st June

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Carl Sinclair Rock ‘n Roll & Boogie Woogie

Carl Sinclair Rock ‘n Roll & Boogie Woogie

Saturday 9th March 2024 7:30pm

Rock & Roll & Boogie Woogie with Carl Sinclair and George Double
Tickets £14/£12

Coming from a family of strong musicians, Carl first started playing the piano at was six years old. He had classical lessons to the age of twelve, going on later to win ‘Young Musician Of The Year’. By eighteen, Carl had mastered the art of playing boogie woogie piano – relying on a strong left hand and a quick technique. Since 2007 he has been one of the resident pianists at Jools Holland’s live music venue ‘The Jam House’ in Birmingham. Tonight he is joined by drummer George Double for an evening of rock and roll & boogie woogie. Get your dancing shoes on!

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Jazz – The Moondancers

Jazz – The Moondancers

Friday 1st March 2024 7:30pm

A welcome return of The Moondancers to open our new season Tickets £14/£12
Natasha Hodge (vocals)
Natasha has been singing on the jazz scene for a while and has the perfect voice for a raunchy “Hard Hearted Hannah” or a heartfelt “Alfie” so we can look forward to a wide variety of jazz to satisfy the most discerning palette. 

Vernon Leyton (Bass)
Tony Radford (sax)
John Parker (Gtr)
Craig Hipperson on  Drums

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THE KLINKER CLUB

THE KLINKER CLUB

Friday 15th December 7:30 pm

ADULT CABARET
Celebrating Hughie’s Birthday with an eclectic mix of music and mayhem
Featuring Fanny Octavia Batman, Stanley Bad (bass & tap dancing), Carl Best (guitar and vocals) , Lindsey Franklin (gongs), Antonia Cook (flute), Liyyle Nitty Drummers, Murdertits (from Texas), Solange Raphael & Maxwell Reynish
and orginal film footage by Hughie

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