October sees two new exciting additions at Two Sisters – the introduction of a once a month film night and a Maritime Weekend celebrating our links to the sea and our rivers.
But first off Sunday 3rd 7.30pm sees the return of The Wednesday Men (£10) with easy listening swing and jazz – who will be raising funds for The Bumblebee Trust. On Wednesday 13th is the first of which we hope will be our regular film nights. Suffolk Season starts with the Richard Curtis film Yesterday (£8), set in and around Suffolk locations including Aldeburgh, Halesworth, Latitude and Lowestoft Beach.
Sunday 17th at 3pm is an afternoon of Coffee & Cake with The Saints Community Band (tickets only £5 on the door), and then Friday 22nd sees the start of our MARITIME WEEKEND with a double bill of shanties from The Felix Stowaways, and storyteller Justine de Mierre with The Mermaids Song (£10)
Saturday 23rd at 2pm is our second screening of popular film Life on The Deben (£8) and then in the evening at 7pm there is a maritime themed ceilidh with Harbour Lights. (£10)
Sunday 24th at 3pm there is Coffee & Cake with Bryony & Ben (once again £5 on the door) entertaining with their lively versions of reels and jigs and in the evening at 7.30pm the return of popular musicians Martin Newell & The Hosepipe Band (£10)
Friday 29th its drama with James Hyland’s take on Bram Stokers classic Draculas Guest (£14/£12)
And to finish off the month on Sunday 31st 7.30pm we have popular local band J.S. & The Buccaneers. (£10)
All tickets can be reserved by phoning the Box Office on 01394 279613 or booking online @ www.ticketsource.co.uk/two-sisters-arts-centre