BOOKING ESSENTIAL. Event duration approx 3 hours. Join our experienced guides for an exclusive half-day walk to explore Minsmere’s important habitats and discover some of the amazing wildlife found there. These are tailormade walks for groups of up to four people. Our guides will try to accommodate specific requests from attendees.
Ticket Details: RSPB members, £100 for up to four people; non members £125 for up to four people. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/hire-a-guide-at-rspb-minsmere-tickets-156680191671?aff=website2021
Open daily 4th-8th October. Come and see what is happening here and now with climate change and let's see what we can do to mitigate the issues. We will invite you to come up with ideas of your own once you have seen the main display.
Part of the 2021 Alwyn Music Festival, with Meera Maharaj, flute, and James Girling, guitar. Concert starts at 10:30am with refreshments available from 10:00am, and after the concert. This concert will last approximately one hour. No interval.
The Meraki Duo perform a programme of fresh and vibrant sounds ranging from Dvorak to the present day. As well as performing as a duo they also present works for solo flute by William Alwyn and Lloyd Moore, and selections from William Walton’s masterpiece for solo guitar, the Bagatelles.
Ticket Details: £15 Phone: 0333 666 4466 or https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/alwynmusicfestival/alwyn-music-festival-the-meraki-duo/e-krqglr
Venue: Electric Picture Palace, Blackmill Road, Southwold
Doors open at 2:45pm, presentation starts at 3pm. Part of the 2021 Alwyn Music Festival. Directed by Frank Launder, 1946, with Deborah Kerr, Raymond Huntley and Trevor Howard, and with music by William Alwyn. Proud Irishwoman Bridie Quilty (Deborah Kerr) journeys to Dublin while World War II rages across Europe. During her travels she encounters J. Miller (Raymond Huntley), who recruits her as a Nazi spy. The arrival of British officer David Baynes (Trevor Howard) and his romancing of Bridie lead to unexpected consequences…
Ticket Details: £15 Phone: 0333 666 4466 or https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/alwynmusicfestival/alwyn-music-festival-film-matinee-i-see-a-dark-stranger-1946/e-vbrkqp
Venue: St. Edmund's Church, Southwold
Doors open 7pm with Recital commencing at 7:30pm. There will be an Interval, with refreshments available. Part of the 2021 Alwyn Music Festival.
Widely praised for their ‘energy, verve and refreshing approach’ the Quartet have performed at major venues to critical acclaim, and during the pandemic have continued to reach new audiences through innovative online concerts, masterclasses and presentations. This evening The Gildas Quartet present a typically vibrant, colourful programme of works by Haydn, Alwyn and Peter Dickinson, concluding with Dvořák's sparkling Piano Quintet in A major with pianist Nathan Williamson.
Ticket Details: £15 Phone: 0333 666 4466 or https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/alwynmusicfestival/alwyn-music-festival-the-gildas-quartet-and-nathan-williamson/e-gjrgab