Aldeburgh Jubilee Hall

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Suffolk Summer Theatres’ box office in now open – telephone 01502 722572 between 12 noon and 4.00pm, Tuesday – Friday.  See our Events page for details of performances.


Soon in the Hall

Friday 6th May at 7.30 pm


Ephraim is an evil doer cursed with immortality, and watched over by a mysterious, omnipresent “Host”. Following a brief encounter with Constance a serving girl, the “Host” spies a spark of attraction between the unlikely couple and lays a wager with Ephraim; win the heart of the girl and have her freely declare her love for him, and the curse will be lifted.
And so a pursuit of true love begins that will run from the Middle Ages to the Modern Day.
With a little help from fate, Ephraim is reunited with various reincarnations of Constance, with varying degrees of success. But will he win the bet and the heart of the girl before his luck runs out? And who is the mysterious Host and who does he serve?
Follow the ups and downs, highs and lows, hits and misses of our ill-fated couple as they are repeatedly reunited every 75 years. Can Ephraim ever learn what he must do to win the bet and the girl?

Mustard Theatre Company celebrated their 10th anniversary in 2014, by touring two very different productions. They presented Death and the Maiden in June, followed by Little Voice in November. Both received critical acclaim, demonstrating the talent and dedication contained within this small group. This is the forth time under the leadership of Director Steven Phipps – who also takes to the stage in this production! We believe that this is the first time that this play, by Canadian playwright David Belke, has been performed in England.

Tickets £8 from www.mustardtheatrecompany.org.uk/buy-tickets.html


Saturday 7th May at 7.30 pm

Gigspanner-Roses-Tewkesbury-16-06-2015-040-2-768x315Knight’s Gigspanner have become firm favourites at Suffolk’s summer FolkEast festival, and on the 7th May they will be helping to launch this years festival in style, performing with BBC 2014 Folk Awards Best Duo and 2016 nominees , Phillip Henry ( slide guitar) and Hannah Martin (fiddle) at Aldeburgh Jubilee Hall.

Tickets: Advance £16 Concession £13.50

from Aldeburgh Music Box Office: 01728 687110 / www.aldeburgh.co.uk


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