... a bit Suffolk
|th 29 Jul|
Starting today and until Wednesday next week ArtDog are showing at the Aldeburgh Gallery the four artists Iain Nutting, Tobias Ford, Dide and Meryem Siemmond as Elemental A part of nature, not apart from nature.
|fr 2 Jul|
|th 20 May|
|fr 19 Feb|
The first lockdown last year started on the very day we were planning to see Emma. at the Cinema ... hopefully Emma. will return and do you think Miss Bates (Miranda Hart) will fall over?
|tu 22 Dec|
|sa 28 Nov|
Oh joy! The Aldeburgh Cinema re-opens the Wednesday after next and we're going to book The Nutcracker (ballet not porn) and possibly this new Christmas Carol.
|su 1 Nov|
Early evening trick or treaters out in Aldeburgh last night, grown ups with small children in costume.
|th 22 Oct|
The Aldeburgh Gallery has started it's winter season with works by Joanne Aylward and Debbie George.
|th 1 Oct|
Aldeburgh Cinema is having a third Wardrobe Sale this weekend. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for an appointment.
|sa 19 Sep|
We're torn ... Wednesday's three o'clock matinée in Aldeburgh is feature doc My Rembrandt whilst in the evening at the Halesworth Cut it's Palme d'Or and multi Oscar winning satirical thriller Parasite.
The late Jenny Simpson was a great Aldeburgh Cinema supporter. Her wardrobe was really good quality, lovely and elegant. Much of the wardrobe including brand new shoes and clothes still with the labels on has been donated to the cinema and available to buy this weekend.
|we 22 Jul|
|we 15 Jul|
Craig Brown is a humourist who's had a Radio 4 series and directed the Aldeburgh Documentary Film Festival. Tomorrow night the Halesworth Cut is hosting a Zoom Q&A with Craig about his latest book One Two Three Four: The Beatles in Time. ♫
|fr 12 Jun|
Tonight the virtual Aldeburgh Festival starts with Benjamin Britten on Camera on BBC4. We once heard Britten described in what was then the Campsea Ashe Dog and Duck as That famous writer or something.
|th 2 Apr|
|we 18 Mar|
Aldeburgh Cinema has closed for the duration so we won't get to see Emma this afternoon but the Woodbridge Riverside seems to be partially functioning. The Red Rooster festival near Thetford has been postponed to September and Life Arts have postponed April's Woodbridge festival to next year. All Snape Maltings music events cancelled until the end of April (we were lucky), the Phoenix Singers concert in Framlingham next month cancelled as is the Campsea Ashe Spring Fayre this Saturday and still only three virus cases in Suffolk.
|fr 14 Feb|
We have visited (after an hiccup) Benjamin Britten's Red House just outside Aldeburgh and it's a beautiful location at the end of an unmade road. The Red House is looking for volunteers and the garden alone would be an attraction. Email: email@example.com Tel: 01728 451700
|th 13 Feb|
The Are We Good Ancestors? show at the Aldeburgh Gallery opens today and runs until Wednesday the 19th.
|su 29 Dec|
Our first Eastern Angles show was Sherlock Holmes & The Mummy's Tomb. It was written by Julian Harries so hardly plagiarism that Common Ground's Christmas show is Sherlock Holmes & The Warlock of Whitechapel. The show is at the Jubilee Hall Aldeburgh the latter part of this coming week.
|su 3 Nov|
In association with Poetry in Aldeburgh 8-10 November three women artists Perienne Christian, Alice-Andrea Ewing and Tessa Newcomb are showing at the Peter Pears Gallery as Purslane, Peas & Bladderwrack ... no we don't know what Purslane is either.
|mo 21 Oct|
Common Ground Theatre's comedy A Sidecar Named Despair! ends it's local run Thursday in the Aldeburgh Jubilee Hall. Take a ride up the comedy freeway with a tale of mobsters, missing gems and a mashed-up motorbike."