Events for Saturday, 1st April 2017

10:00 – 13:00

Table Top Sale

Organised by: Halesworth Library
Venue: Halesworth Library, Bridge Street, Halesworth IP19 8AB link
Fundraising for Halesworth Library. Donations of saleable items welcome.
Who to Contact: Halesworth Library 01986 875095
To know more about Halesworth or for accommodation in the area go to www.halesworth.net
 
10:30 – 15:30

The Alfred Corry Lifeboat Museum Open Today - WEATHER PERMITTING

Venue: Alfred Corry Museum, Southwold Harbour (by public car park) link
Open weekends only - weather permitting - until Easter. To check before you visit phone 07944 586 269 or 01502 724484.
Ticket Details: FREE admission - Donations always welcome
Who to Contact: phone 07944 586 269 or 01502 724484 - especially if weather inclement to check if open
 
19:00

THE EASTFOLK KINODRÖME

Venue: The Cut Arts Centre, Halesworth IP19 8BY link
An Eastfolk Chronicle Spring Festival of historic films all shot locally or hereabouts, projected on period-accurate celluloid wherever possible: documentaries, features, period adverts as well as rare local silent film with live musical accompaniment. Indoor stalls, The Fairs Archive, and a fully stocked bar as usual - come and enjoy the squit.
Ticket Details: Standard ticket £10.00.
Who to Contact: Box Office and Booking Tickets 0300 3033 211
To know more about Halesworth or for accommodation in the area go to www.halesworth.net
 
19:30

The Jay Singers at Holy Trinity Church, Blythburgh

Venue: Holy Trinity Church, Blythburgh IP19 9LP link
A melodious and witty April Fools Day concert by one of East Anglia's leading chamber choirs, celebrating the delights of the season.

Floral and springtime classics in the first half will include Morley's well-known 'April is in My Mistress Face' (1594), Pearsall's peerless 'Lay a Garland' (1840), Saint-Saens' tender 'Les Fleurs et les Arbres' (1882) and Britten's exquisitely inventive 'Five Flower Songs' (1950). Showcasing The Jay Singers' reputation for light music, the second half offers entertaining discoveries: Seiber's absurdist trio of 'Nonsense Songs', the liberated elan of Toch's 'Geographical Fugue', stylish arrangements of 'Tea for Two' and 'Over the Rainbow', and even settings of childhood favourites, 'Teddy Bears' Picnic' and 'Old MacDonald had a Farm'.

Plus readings specially chosen by Naomi Jaffa (former long-time director of the Aldeburgh Poetry Festival and currently Chair of The Jays).
Ticket Details: £12.50 on the door or by calling 07711 888682
Who to Contact: 07711 888682
To know more about Blythburgh or for accommodation in the area go to www.blythburgh.net