The Parish Church will be floodlit tonight from dusk until dawn. Sponsored by Anne Burrell in memory of her father Bob Reid.
A short, entertaining afternoon concert suitable for everyone. A trio of fine cellists take on everything from the sublime to the silly. As well as gems by Bach, Purcell, Chopin and De Falla, the programme includes “Esterhazy Goes to Town”, a frolic composed by King’s Sutton resident Raph Mizraki. Tea and cakes provided! Performers: Jane Fenton, Jacqueline Johnson, Kath Sharman.
The Parish Church will be floodlit tonight from dusk until dawn. Sponsored by Pamela Dancer in memory of Bett Simms.
Another prize bingo night in aid of the Playing Fields... Everybody welcome!
When posh Sandra Abbott discovers that her husband of 40 years is having an affair with her best friend, she seeks refuge with her bohemian older sister who lives on a London council estate. Stars Imelda Staunton, Celia Imrie and Timothy Spall.
Life Membership of the Film Society costs £10.00. Entrance is £4.00 for members, £6.00 for non-members. Shows normally start at 20:00 with tea/coffee from 19:30. (Times may vary.) Tickets can be purchased on the door.
Got a horn? A guitar? Fiddle? Just like listening? Then get yourself down to the Hot Club De King’s Sutton – two hours of Gipsy Jazz, American songbook standards, dreamy bossas, and the odd “modern” classic. Get there for eight, pick a spot in the circle (or a seat at the back to watch).Click here for more information on this event.