What’s on at Haverhill Arts Centre
By Pam Jones
THE ALL THAT JAZZ CLUB welcomes back Tina May as guest jazz vocalist with the Hannah Horton Quartet on Friday, February 27 at 8pm. Tina, a dusty soprano with a three octave range, has been a prominent part of the jazz scene since 1981, and has also been at the Arts Centre with her Edith Piaf tribute show.
Who was the real king of rock ‘n’ roll? Elvis the Pelvis or The Killer – Jerry Lee Lewis? You can decide on Saturday, February 28 when ELVIS V JERRY LEE LEWIS – THE SHOWDOWN takes place.
Be excited once more by the sheer energy of Elvis’s hits such as Hound Dog and Jerry Lee Lewis’ hits such as Great Balls of Fire.
When the show is over, you can choose who the true king was and invite them back for one final curtain call.
West Suffolk Youth Jazz Orchestra and West Suffolk Youth Big Band, who represent young jazz musicians from schools across West Suffolk, come together on Tuesday, March 3 at 7.30pm for COUNTY MUSIC JAZZ.
Following the February broadcast of Love’s Labour’s Lost, join us for a live broadcast of the ever popular LOVE’S LABOUR’S WON or Much Ado About Nothing by the Royal Shakespeare Company on Wednesday, March 4.
On the cinema front BAFTA Outstanding British Film winner THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING (12A) about Stephen Hawking is showing on Thursday 26 February at 7.30pm and Monday, March 2 at 1.30pm.
Events to look forward to include Hank Wangford and The Lost Cowboys on Saturday, March 7 at 8pm, The Bolshoi Ballet recorded broadcast of Romeo and Juliet on Sunday, March 8 at 3pm and Stormy Weather by Stoke College on Tuesday 10 and Thursday, March 12 at 7pm.