What’s on at Haverhill Arts Centre
Blunderbus Theatre return to Haverhill on Thursday, April 9 at 11.30am and 2.30pm with THE DUCK IN THE TRUCK.
Lots of fun for three to seven-year-olds, it is based on the bestselling book by acclaimed children’s author Jez Alborough.
Join The Mod Band live, plus DJs Paul Trinder and Spiv playing Motown on the decks for A NIGHT OF 60s R & B on Saturday, April 11 from 8pm to 1.30am. Proceeds to charity as usual.
Haverhill Silver Band are having a special fund-raising concert for the POLISHED BRASS Fund on Sunday, April 12 at 7.30pm.
Brass and percussion players from all over the country will reunite for this one-off performance.
Many players are ex-National Youth Band members and there will be many current and ex-members of the Haverhill Silver Band and Haverhill Youth Band on the night.
Eastern Angles make a welcome return with OYSTERS, a tale of sex, boat-building and bivalve molluscs on Wednesday, April 15 at 8pm.
Mo has just turned 50 and is busy restoring an oyster dredger recovered from an Essex riverbed.
Helping him bring the boat back to life is Kasey, a young intern with a chip on her shoulder.
When a piece of Mo’s beloved dredger goes missing their lives are up-ended and the past floats to the surface.
Acclaimed playwright Tom Stoppard returns to the National Theatre with THE HARD PROBLEM, his highly-anticipated new play directed by Nicholas Hytner.
A young psychology researcher at a brain-science institute is facing a troubling question at work.
If there is nothing but matter, what is consciousness? Is the day coming when the computer and the fMRI scanner will answer all the questions psychology can ask? We have a live broadcast on Thursday, April 16 at 7pm.
A true legend of British music, MADDY PRIOR has built her career on exploring various musical avenues.
Together with new musical partners Giles Lewin (The Carnival Band) and young accordion player Hannah James, Maddy returns to Haverhill to perform the music of England, the British Isles and Eastern Europe on Friday, April 17 at 8pm.
On the cinema front we have another showing of Disney’s BIG HERO 6 (PG) on Friday, April 10 at 10.30am.
FIFTY SHADES OF GREY (18) on Friday, April 10 at 7.30pm is an adaptation of the first novel in EL James’s erotic trilogy, with a student developing a relationship which takes her on a journey of exploration and discovery as she comes to understand his desire – and her own.