Halesworth Arts Fes­ti­val Oc­to­ber 13-28

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Halesworth Arts Fes­ti­val re­turns this month with an im­pres­sively eclec­tic pro­gramme. It in­cludes Here at the Fair, Mick Ryan and com­pany’s brand new folk mu­si­cal, Opera-lele: Ac­cess all Arias, the hi­lar­i­ously ir­rev­er­ent Opera-lele’s world pre­miére of Mozart’s The Magic Uke, Cham­ber Phil­har­monic play­ing Al­bi­noni, JS Bach and El­gar, and Silent Movie: The Cat & The Ca­nary, with live pi­ano ac­com­pa­ni­ment by Stephen Horne (pi­ano) and Mar­tin Pyne (drums). Where is Mrs Christie? is a play ex­am­in­ing the mys­tery of Agatha Christie’s Eleven Lost Days. Roger McGough and Chris Rid­dell present Sum­mer with Monika & other ad­ven­tures, the Sac­coni Quar­tet, play Haydn, De­bussy and Schu­bert’s Death & the Maiden. Ed­ward Baw­den: Artist & Ad­ven­turer is this year’s James Rus­sell Lec­ture. The fi­nale is a James Bond Con­cert Spec­tac­u­lar, with the world’s lead­ing James Bond con­cert orches­tra per­form­ing iconic mu­sic, com­péred by Made­line Smith. It’s all at The Cut Arts Cen­tre. For full pro­gramme, tick­ets and in­for­ma­tion go to haleswortharts­fes­ti­val.org.uk

Bond girl Made­line Smith com­peres the James Bond Con­cert Spec­tac­u­lar, the fi­nale of the fes­ti­val

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