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Lunchtime recitals commence again on September 8th when the talented young cellist Andrew Harsley gives a recital at 12noon. Andrew has chosen an interesting programme and was the 2016 East Anglian Young Musician of the Year. No charge for admission but retiring collection and simple lunch is provided.

The Village Cinema at the Memorial Hall is screening “All the money in the world” on September 19th at 7pm. This Ridley Scott film follows the kidnapping of 16-year-old John Paul Getty III and the desperate attempt by his devoted mother Gail (Michelle Williams) to convince his billionaire grandfather (Charlie Plummer who replaced Kevin Spacey) to pay the ransom. Great performances and mostly set in Rome.

In October, the local professional pianist Matthew Preston will be giving a recital at lunch time on October 26th at 12 noon. Please note this is a Saturday recital and not on the 27th as advertised in the red Friends leaflet. No admission charge but we do like donations and there will be a simple lunch. Matthew has chosen an appealing programme.

The October film is “Final Portrait” starring Geoffrey Rush as the artist Alberto Giacometti. Set in Paris in 1964, this is a beautifully moving film about the relationship between the artist and a close friend who agrees to sit for a portrait by him.

Films start at 7pm with doors and bar opening at 6.30pm. Tickets are £5.00 each payable on the door.


 

 


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