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Cinderella - NATS pantomime
  • Friday 6th Feb - 7:30 PM
  • Saturday 7th Feb - 7:30 PM
  • Sunday 8th Feb - 1:30 PM
Newport Village Hall £6.00 - £7.50
Come and enjoy the unique pantomime experience, “Cinderella”, by David Swan! You are invited to tour Baron Hardup’s Castle: on the way you will be greeted by Buttons, Cinderella and her ugly step-sisters Lavatrina and Pottertrina. Beware of the Baron’s wife Zelda, who may put a spell on you!

Doors open half an hour before performance. Licensed bar, coffees, teas and cakes, and a sweet stall.

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Frozen Sing-Along Saturday 14th Feb - 3:00 PM Saffron Walden Baptist Church £3.00 - £5.00
Sing-along to Frozen, the most popular Disney film ever. Bring yourself, your children, your costumes, but most importantly your voice!
Drinks and snacks will be available for purchase. Doors at 2:30pm

£5 adult, £3 child (14 and under only)

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WORDS in WALDEN: Christopher Matthew (Dog Treats) Friday 27th Feb - 7:30 PM Dame Bradbury's School Theatre £8.50
Man’s best friend in many guises is celebrated in a new collection of verse by Christopher Matthew, comic genius behind Now We Are Sixty and The Man who dropped the Le Creuset on his Toe. Touching, wicked, clever and kind, Christopher’s gloriously entertaining readings from Dog Treats will delight dog-lovers everywhere.

      

Further information: books@harts1836.co.uk

www.hartsevents.co.uk 01799 523456

    

 

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WORDS in WALDEN: Sir Muir Gray (Sod Seventy!) Friday 6th Mar - 7:30 PM Dame Bradbury's School Theatre £8.50
Sir Muir Gray, one of Britain’s most senior medical figures, draws on 40 years of working in public health to show that 70 is just a number. He urges us to embrace 70 and shows how to have the best chance of living a long, healthy and fulfilling later life.

    

Further information: books@harts1836.co.uk

www.hartsevents.co.uk 01799 523456

    

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WORDS in WALDEN: Boris Volodarsky (Stalin’s Agent) Saturday 7th Mar - 7:30 PM Dame Bradbury's School Theatre £8.50
Former Soviet intelligence officer, Boris Volodarsky, tells the true story behind ‘General Alexander Orlov’, a central character in the greatest KGB deception ever, now revealed in full for the first time. An intriguing tale of Russian espionage and deception stretching from the time to Lenin to the Putin era.

    

Further information: books@harts1836.co.uk

www.hartsevents.co.uk 01799 523456

    

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WORDS in WALDEN: Roger Luckhurst (The Mummy’s Curse) Friday 13th Mar - 7:30 PM Dame Bradbury's School Theatre £8.50
Professor Roger Luckhurst exploring the British fascination with Egyptology, including the famous ‘Mummy’s curse’ of Tutankhamun, from Victorian times to the 21st century. A cast of famous writers, painters, spiritualists, soldiers and smugglers, respected men of science and disreputable society dames.

    

Further information: books@harts1836.co.uk

www.hartsevents.co.uk 01799 523456

    

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WORDS in WALDEN: Rosemary Hawthorne (The Knicker Lady) Friday 20th Mar - 7:30 PM Friends' School Hall £12.50
Rosemary Hawthorne, RADA actress, respected historian and the ‘Joyce Grenfell of Knickers’, delves through 250 years of underwear with great humour and robust scholarship in equal measure – and props! In her book Knickers: An Intimate Appraisal no brief is left unturned, from liberty bodices to school knickers and the mighty Y-fronts to the thong.

    

Further information: books@harts1836.co.uk

www.hartsevents.co.uk 01799 523456

    

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WORDS in WALDEN: Stanley Wells (Great Shakespeare Actors) Saturday 21st Mar - 7:30 PM Dame Bradbury's School Theatre £8.50
Professor Stanley Wells is one of the world’s foremost scholars of Shakespeare and editor of the acclaimed Oxford Shakespeare series. He explores what it takes to be a great Shakespearean actor and offers his choice of lead actors - from Burbage to Branagh. A rare chance to hear a master critic discuss the master of all theatre.

    

Further information: books@harts1836.co.uk

www.hartsevents.co.uk 01799 523456

    

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WORDS in WALDEN: Alex Rushmer (British Cookery Demonstration) Sunday 22nd Mar - 2:00 PM Friends' School Teaching Kitchen £20.00
Masterchef finalist Alex Rushmer now runs the highly-praised restaurant, The Hole in the Wall, in Little Wilbraham, recently awarded two coveted AA rosettes. Using the very best seasonal and local produce he demonstrates what makes his dishes so good. NB. Numbers strictly limited.


Numbers strictly limited.

Further information: books@harts1836.co.uk

www.hartsevents.co.uk 01799 523456

    

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WORDS in WALDEN: Martin Hughes-Games (A Wild Life) Friday 27th Mar - 7:30 PM Friends' School Hall £12.50
The charismatic presenter of BBC’s Springwatch and Autumnwatch talks about his long career filming the natural world – thrilling and hilarious by turns, as fans of the popular TV series might expect! Martin trained as a zoologist before joint the BBC Science department and has worked in television for over 30 years.

    

Further information: books@harts1836.co.uk

www.hartsevents.co.uk 01799 523456

    

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WORDS in WALDEN: Paul Heiney (One Wild Song) Thursday 2nd Apr - 7:30 PM Friends' School Hall £12.50
Veteran broadcaster, and keen sailor, Paul Heiney recounts in his book One Wild Song the story of his lone voyage to cope with the grief of his son’s suicide and reconnect with happier memories of his son, Nicholas, who had also been a keen sailor. Paul’s powerful story of the voyage he would have liked them to have made together is poignant, moving, funny and thought-provoking.

    

Further information: books@harts1836.co.uk

www.hartsevents.co.uk 01799 523456

    

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Derek Acorah- Psychic Medium Friday 10th Jul - 7:30 PM Saffron Walden Town Hall £20.50

An evening of Clairvoyance with Derek Acorah.

Derek Acorah needs no introduction. The pioneer for Spiritualism and mediumship on television, he is arguably the world’s most renowned Spirit Medium having demonstrated to many hundreds of thousands of people in theatres throughout the UK. Derek’s television career dates back over fifteen years when he became the first medium ever to demonstrate live on air and without the benefit of an edit suite on a weekly basis bringing hope and comfort to the viewing public.


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The Pantaloons: Much ado about Nothing Saturday 18th Jul - 7:00 PM St Mark's College £8.00 - £12.50
Experience Elizabethan theatre performed in the grounds of this Tudor architectural jewel!

In the evening of SATURDAY 18th July at 7 o’clock a company of players “The Pantaloons” will revive, with new dress and decorations, Master William SHAKESPEARE’S Comedy "Much ado about Nothing". As it hath been sundrie times publikely acted.

Parking available in Audley End Miniature Railway overflow car park. 

Bring your own chairs, blankets or groundsheet. 

All weather performance.

Barbecue.

Drinks available including licenced bar.

More details: www.stmarkscollege.co.uk & www.thepantaloons.co.uk

    

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