Concerts, Performances and Open Forum
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Please go to the Festival page for complete list of May events.
Recommendations for coming days:
Yours Ever, Jane devised and performed by Sarah Finch is an elegant and witty look at Regency England through her letters to her beloved sister and confidante, Cassandra; her sharp observations gave an insight into the life of her times and the delightful music evokes the the elegance of the period. This production celebrates 200 years since the publication of Pride and Prejudice.
Sarah Finch portrays Jane and a host of her characters in many episodes you will remember – and some you may have yet to discover. Sarah recently flew out to Canada to perform for the St Lawrence Shakespeare Festival:
‘ The performance by Sarah Finch was outstanding with both shows receiving standing ovations…. and has helped introduce the festival to a whole new audience and we hope many of them will come back in the summer.’
Monday 20th May 6.00 – 7.30 pm Open evening for the exhibition ‘Deep and Meaningful: Images of our Oceans’ by Cambridge based charity Fauna and Flora International(FFI) and Environmental research and Assessment (ERA). Professor Callum Roberts, leading marine biologist, will lead the presentation – come along and get a glimpse of life beneath the waves through the stunning photographs and meet some local conservationists. Our oceans are home to some of the most spectacular life on earth, from the majestic blue whale to tiny corals that form vast reefs teeming with life. Free of charge, refreshments available from the cafe beforehand.
FREE OF CHARGE