Fulbourn Arts

on behalf of Fulbourn Arts
01223 880616 / www.fulbournarts.org

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Fulbourn Arts What’s On
1.The Big Draw Drawing Festival
Sunday 1 October, 11.00am to 4.30pm , in the Townley Hall, Fulbourn Centre
The theme this year is Living Lines.
The Big Draw is suitable for all ages, all levels of ability, and families are particularly welcome. Something for everyone. Stay as long as you like. Materials provided but do bring your own if you wish. Free entry.
Local artists are volunteering their time and skills to be on hand to help and provide encouragement. Refreshments will be on hand all day at a small cost, again manned by volunteers. So do come along and have some drawing fun!
If you would like to help in any way or have any queries please contact Allison Henderson on 07743 709476 or email allisonhendersonart@gmail.com
This is a Fulbourn Arts event.

If you like to draw, you may also be interested in the monthly
2.Pencils in the Pub!
A friendly and informal drawing group, all abilities, everyone welcome including beginners, held in the lounge bar of the Six Bells, High Street, Fulbourn from 7.30pm to 9.30pm (with the kind permission of the landlord, Hugo White).
The second Monday of each month:
11 September
9 October
13 November
11 December
Do bring sketch books (or paper and pad) and drawing implements of choice, although there will be some ‘community’ sketch books and pencils to borrow if necessary. Fulbourn Arts committee member and local artist Allison Henderson and others will be there to help, advise and encourage. For further details contact her on 07743 709476
This is a Fulbourn Arts event.

3.The Fulbourn October 2017 Musicfest
Five events in October, all beginning at 7.30pm in St Vigor’s Church, Fulbourn
For ticket arrangements see below.
Amarins Wierdsma (violin) with Ed Liddel (piano) Tuesday 3 October
This young violinist studied at the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague and at the Conservatory of Amsterdam, completing her Masters with distinction from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London, in 2014. The programme will include Sonatas by Beethoven and Brahms.
Phoenix Chorus (Director Lynda Wood)

Saturday 7 October
We will be welcoming thirty or so of the eighty-strong auditioned women’s Phoenix Chorus singing an a cappella programme in the barbershop style of well-known and some less familiar standards. They have won awards and medals in both the UK and abroad.

Richard Gowers – Organ
Sunday 15 October
A great opportunity to hear the church organ put through its paces with a programme to include Bach’s majestic Fantasia and Fugue in G Minor. Richard was a prize-winning Fellow of the Royal College of Organists at seventeen. In the past three years at Kings, he has accompanied the renowned choir, taught the boy choristers and played for numerous concerts and recordings.

Matthew McCombie – Piano
Saturday 21 October
Matthew gives frequent performances both in the UK and internationally, working with leading conductors. His Fulbourn programme of popular classical music will include Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata, a selection of Lyric Pieces by Grieg, and Chopin’s Heroic Polonaise.

Nicholas Jackson – Tenor, with Christopher Gould, piano
Friday 27 October
Local singer Nicholas Jackson has given recitals in Cambridge and London, exploring a small part of the depth and breadth of the Art Song, with particular preference for the Lieder of Schubert and Schumann. His Fulbourn programme will include Schumann’s Liederkreis.

Ticket arrangements:
Individual concerts £10, U16 and students £4 for any event. Book for two, three or four concerts for £8 each
Book for the series of five concerts for £35 (£7 per concert).
Tickets will be on sale from 3 September, available from C880793 or from ‘Twelve’, in the High Street, Fulbourn. Also on the door for any concert.
The Musicfest is a Fulbourn Arts event.

6. From Syria with Love – an (Un)Fashion Show
Unmasked and Re-fashioned
Sunday 8 October in the Townley Hall, Fulbourn Centre, from 3.00pm to 5.00pm.
A performance event of words, music, dance, art kimono, and upcycled streetwear
A very different form of art experience, suitable for all ages, with every penny raised going to From Syria with Love, a UK registered charity dedicated to supporting the children of the Al Abrar refugee camp in Lebanon (www.fromsyriawithlove.com).
This unique event features local artists and performers, including wearable art created by Deanna Tyson and Jadryk Brown, and dramatic interludes directed by Jenny Culank and Lucy Crow.
Tickets: donation of £5, U18 – pay what you can. Available from the Stray Art Exhibition at the Old Stables, Fulbourn Manor (see below) or by contacting Deanna Tyson – deanna@deanna-tyson.com. Tickets will also be available on the door.
This event is sponsored by Fulbourn Arts.

The show will be accompanied by the
7.Stray Art Exhibition
A mixed exhibition by Stray, a collective of local professional artists, in the Old Stables, Fulbourn Manor, Manor Walk during the weekends of 30 Sept/1 October and 7/8 October, from 11.00am to 5.00pm. Free entry.

St John’s Players present:
8. Holiday Island
25 to 28 October, Wednesday through to Saturday, in the Townley Hall, Fulbourn Centre, curtain up 7.30pm
70th Anniversary celebration of treading the boards in Cambridgeshire.
Holiday Island is a comedy centred around couples relaxing abroad……..
Tickets: on the door, or in advance at www.ticketsource.com

And further dates for your diary in November and December:
9.Fulbourn Library Author Talk
David Gilbertson
Wednesday 8 November, in the Swifts meeting room, Haggis Gap, at 7.30pm.
Free event with refreshments. Donations to support the Library welcome.
David will talk about his latest book, a thriller set in London.

10. Fulbourn Cinema
Letters from Baghdad (PG)
Friday 24 November in the Townley Hall, Fulbourn Centre, 7.30pm for a 7.45pm start.
This 2016 fascinating documentary about the extraordinary life of Gertrude Bell (1868-1926), traveller, archaeologist, linguist, spy, the greatest woman mountainer of her age, and the most powerful woman in the British Empire in her day. She drew the boundaries that became Iraq and has been called the “female Lawrence of Arabia”.
Tickets on the door: £5 / U16 £3. Drinks are available from the Fulbourn Institute bar.
This is a Fulbourn Arts event.

11. Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol
Adapted and performed by Martin Prest
Sunday 10 December, 8.00pm in the Townley Hall, Fulbourn Centre
A spirited and highly entertaining reading/performance in a candle lit setting.
“Spellbinding” “Fabulous” “First Class”
Further details to follow. Tickets available from October. Limited numbers.
This is a Fulbourn Arts event.

12. Xmas Jazz at the Movies
Joanna Eden and Band
Saturday 16 December at 8.00pm in the Townley Hall, Fulbourn Centre
Further details to follow. Tickets at £12 available from October.
This is a Fulbourn Arts event.

Best wishes,
David Cottee on behalf of Fulbourn Arts
01223 880616 / www.fulbournarts.org

News from Fulbourn Forum
for community action

Sent 2 October 2017
Dear All,
Autumn is upon us as you will have noticed, but this brings with it some new opportunities such as the Apple Pressing Day, the chance to get out with others to help clear the village of litter, and the first of the five winter work parties on the Nature Reserve to help prepare it for 2018. And we are please to confirm that the bus service to Newmarket has been reinstated, although now just two days a week, Tuesdays and Fridays, but not Saturdays. All details below.

Apple Pressing Day

Sunday 15 October from 10.00am to 5.00pm in the Old Stables, Fulbourn Manor.

This will be our sixth apple pressing event – do join us for another great day!

Hopefully some of our regular apple providers will have some for us again this year, but if you have an abundance that you cannot possibly eat or keep, then please let us know. We always need lots of apples!

Bring apples on the day (in the morning if possible), but we may be able to help pick and/or collect if necessary during the preceding week (we have long-handled pickers for larger trees). Any quality windfalls should be freshly gathered and clean please – those covered with grass or mud are difficult to use. Please let us know in advance if you are planning to bring some apples.

We now have enough bottles for the event. This year we are using some new bottles as well as some recycled ones.

We shall be serving drinks and cakes (including apple cakes) during the day – offers of cakes gratefully accepted. Many willing hands will be needed throughout the day for a variety of activities – washing, cutting, crushing, pressing, bottling, pateurising, labelling etc. – so do come along if you can, even for just a short while. Supervised children are most welcome – we have had helpers and visitors from 2yrs to 92yrs, who have had a great day. If possible, please let us know in advance that you will be coming to help. All helpers (and apple providers) will, of course, take home some bottles.

You are also welcome to just come and watch the action while enjoying a drink and some cake, and go away with a bottle of Fulbourn Apple Juice 2017 for a small donation. Don’t miss it!

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