Spring events planned at Hindolveston
HINDOLVESTON Village Hall is gearing up for two springtime events for adults and children.Creative Arts East and Tall Stories is putting on How the Giraffe Got It's Neck, on Friday, February 20, (during half-term) at 2pm.
HINDOLVESTON Village Hall is gearing up for two springtime events for adults and children.
Creative Arts East and Tall Stories is putting on How the Giraffe Got It's Neck, on Friday, February 20, (during half-term) at 2pm. Tickets in advance are adults �4, concessions �3, on the door adults �5, concessions �4.
Stories, science and a splash of silliness combine in a new show for everyone from four years upwards.
Those interested are urged to bring a cushion. Tickets from 01263 860583 or 860257.
Saturday, March 21 sees a production breaking new ground with an evening of live performance followed by a classic film.
Karen Hill presents The Wrong Woman followed by The 39 Steps (U), on Saturday, March 21, at 7.30pm. Tickets in advance are adults �7.50, conc �6.50, on the door adults �8.50, conc �7.50.
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The drama features Madeline Carroll who helped Alfred Hitchcock break into Hollywood in the 1930s thrillers.
The audience can find out more about this unsung heroine of early British (and American) movies in a short drama about the making of The 39 Steps.
After a short interval this will be followed by a showing of the classic British spy mystery film which was the high point of Alfred Hitchcock's pre-Hollywood career. It is the 1930s version of the film starring Robert Donat, Madeline Carroll, Lucie Mannheim, Godfrey Tearle and Peggy Ashcroft.
Tickets for both these shows are available on 860583 or 860257.