Main Programme

Main Programme

 

Sunday 22nd July

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Elégie, Rachmaninoff - A Heart in Exile

Elégie is a ‘Composer Portrait’ scripted by pianist Lucy Parham. It chronicles the life of Sergei Rachmaninoff, narrated and read by actor Alex Jennings.

8.00 pm
Auden Theatre
£22

Monday 23rd July

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Wadsworth & Gilchrist

‘Shall I Strive with Words to Move’ - music of Dowland, Britten and Purcell, sung by this superlative tenor, accompanied on the lute and theorbo.

6.00pm
St Andrew's Church
£22

Tuesday 24th July

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Colin Cloud

Referred to as the Sherlock Holmes of entertainment, and the star of the Royal Variety Performance 2017, the acclaimed stage mentalist brings us his new PSYCHO(Logical) show before he heads to the Edinburgh Festival.

8.15pm
Auden Theatre
£25

Wednesday 25th July

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Lord Ashdown

2018 marks 30 years since Paddy Ashdown became leader of the Liberal Democrats. He is one of the country’s best known and respected political figures. He will be in conversation about various topics including aspects of his varied career.

2.00pm
Auden Theatre
£18

Thursday 26th July

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Matt Wates Jazz Band

A modern jazz band with a happy sound, playing highly accessible jazz, featuring melody, groove and tight ensemble work. They are joined by the fabulous singer, Liz Fletcher.

6.00pm
Holt Community Centre
£15

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Jo Harrop Jazz Quintet

Jo Harrop celebrates the sultriest songstress of them all, Peggy Lee. Expect classics including 'Why Don't You Do Right', 'He's A Tramp' and 'The Folks Who Live On The Hill'.

8.15pm
Auden Theatre
£20

Friday 27th July

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Tom Baxter Band

The man who co-wrote the song “Better” - a modern classic that has become part of so many people’s lives. His songs have been covered by artists from Dame Shirley Bassey to pop bands Take That and Boyzone. Expect a melodic and magical evening!

8.15pm
Theatre in the Woods
£20

Saturday 28th July

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Gloria Campaner and Leszek Możdżer

Two top pianists combine their talents in an unforgettable show featuring music from Prokofiev to Debussy, from Chopin to Lutosławski's Variations on a Theme by Paganini.

6.00pm
Auden Theatre
£25

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Leo Sayer

Known for hits including Thunder in My Heart, Moonlighting, One Man Band, I Can’t Stop Loving You and transatlantic number ones When I Need You and You Make Me Feel Like Dancing, Leo Sayer is back in his home country, looking forward to giving his audience a high energy concert of his greatest hits. You’ll feel like dancing too!

8.15pm
Theatre in the Woods
£30

Sunday 29th July

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Jasper Carrott

Thankfully restored to good health, the legendary Jasper Carrott is back with a new stand up show, before introducing Bev Bevan (founder of ELO and the Move) and his musical compatriots. Don’t miss this unique show!

7.30pm
Theatre in the Woods
£30