Going Out Guide

 

The Going Out Guide in association with Stamford Arts Centre

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The Going Out Guide

Going Out Guide

Saturday 21st April

At Stamford Arts Centre – Red Ladder Theatre Company presents “The Dammed United” on Thursday. RSC “Macbeth” is on 3rd May. “Manchester Camerata” is on the 5th and The Ben Martin Quartet are live on the 12th May.

 

In the Cinema - “Finding Your Feet” is showing daily until Wednesday. “Monster Family” is on today. “The Magic Flute” is showing tomorrow, “Sweet Country” is showing on Monday and Tuesday. “I got Life” is on Wednesday and Friday and “Have a Nice Day” is showing on Friday. For more information call Stamford 763203.  For more information call Stamford 763203.

 

At Barnsdale Gardens – There’s “Deliciously Different Veg” with Sally Cunnington on Monday and on Tuesday there’s “Willow Animal Workshop” – join country craftsman Martin Keeley to learn all about willow and create something to take home. For more information call Oakham 813200 or visit info@barnsdalegardens.co.uk

 

There’s a Car Boot on Cutts Close in Oakham tomorrow from 9 until 12. If you would like a pitch it’s £10 for vans, £5 for cars – set up at 8 o’clock. Entry for buyers is free and refreshments will be available. For more information call Carolyn Acton Reed on 07974 810 771.

 

Tickets are on sale for Funhouse Comedy night at The Grainstore in Oakham on Thursday night. Alan Hudson opens the show at 8.30, Steve Hall headlines and Jenny Collier makes an appearance. Resident compare Scott Bennett is your host for the evening.

 

There’s a free valuation day with Antiques Roadshow expert Marc Allum at The Blue Ball in Braunston in Wednesday from 10 until 4.

 

The 3 day Stamford International Music Festival, founded by local violinist Freya Goldmark, featuring 9 International Musicians from 7 different countries and music by Beethoven, Debussy, Mozart, Tchaikovsky and more starts on Friday with “An Evening of Quartets” at Stamford Methodist Church at 7.30. “Lunch with Schubert” is on Saturday 28th at Browne’s Hospital at 1 o’clock, and Clara Rodriguez at Oswald Elliot Hall is on Saturday at 7.30. On Sunday 29th there’s “Lunchtime Duets” at Browne’s Hospital at 1 o’clock and “Festival Finale” is at Oswald Elliott Hall at 7.30.

To book tickets, or to find out more visit simfestival.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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