What’s On

September 30th 7.30pm

Anglian Mist

‘Love, lies, betrayal and spies will keep you on the edge of your seat in Stuff of Dreams’ cold war thriller, Anglian Mist, touring the region this autumn’.

BOOK TICKETS HERE

October 6th 2.30pm

Elizabeth Garrett Anderson: A Woman of Purpose – Promenade Play

The Life and Times of Elizabeth Garrett Anderson by Suzanne Hawkes with Black and White Pro-ductions.

Starting at Aldeburgh Church, the promenade play will visit four places in Aldeburgh associated with Elizabeth Garrett Anderson. The promenade will involve walking and stairs so unfortunately we cannot accommodate wheelchairs or anyone who has difficulty walking unaided. A static performance of the play will be presented at Jubilee Hall on Saturday 7 October at 6pm.

Part of the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Centenary Celebration

BOOK TICKETS HERE

October 6th 6pm

Elizabeth Garrett Anderson: Two Keynote Lectures

Lectures given by Elizabeth Crawford & Professor Lawrence Goldman
“Elizabeth Garrett Anderson in Context: Origins of the Women’s Movement in mid-Victorian Britain” by Professor Lawrence Goldman “Enterprising Women: The Garretts and their Circle” by Elizabeth Crawford.

Part of the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Centenary Celebration

BOOK TICKETS HERE

October 7th 10.30am

Elizabeth Garrett Anderson: A Woman of Purpose – Promenade Play

The Life and Times of Elizabeth Garrett Anderson by Suzanne Hawkes with Black and White Pro-ductions.

Starting at Aldeburgh Church, the promenade play will visit four places in Aldeburgh associated with Elizabeth Garrett Anderson. The promenade will involve walking and stairs so unfortunately we cannot accommodate wheelchairs or anyone who has difficulty walking unaided. A static performance of the play will be presented at Jubilee Hall on Saturday 7 October at 6pm.

Part of the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Centenary Celebration

BOOK TICKETS HERE

October 7th 3pm

Jubilee Opera presents: The Golden Vanity

The Life and Times of Elizabeth Garrett Anderson by Suzanne Hawkes with Black and White Productions

“Ben Parry conducts Jubilee Opera in ’The Golden Vanity’.

A vaudeville after the old English ballad by Benjamin Britten. This is a colourful production that tells the story of a battle at sea between pirates and the Golden Vanity, evoking the social and morel issues of the time”.

Part of the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Centenary Celebration

BOOK TICKETS HERE 

October 7th – 6pm

Elizabeth Garrett Anderson: A Woman of Purpose – A static performance

The Life and Times of Elizabeth Garrett Anderson by Suzanne Hawkes with Black and White Productions.

Starting at Aldeburgh Church, the promenade play will visit four places in Aldeburgh associated with Elizabeth Garrett Anderson. The promenade will involve walking and stairs so unfortunately we cannot accommodate wheelchairs or anyone who has difficulty walking unaided. A static performance of the play will be presented at Jubilee Hall on Saturday 7 October.

Part of the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Centenary Celebration

BOOK TICKETS HERE

October 8th – 2.30pm

A Woman of Purpose: Promenade Play

The Life and Times of Elizabeth Garrett Anderson by Suzanne Hawkes with Black and White Productions.

Starting at Aldeburgh Church, the promenade play will visit four places in Aldeburgh associated with Elizabeth Garrett Anderson. The promenade will involve walking and stairs so unfortunately we cannot accommodate wheelchairs or anyone who has difficulty walking unaided. A static performance of the play will be presented at Jubilee Hall on Saturday 7 October.

Part of the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Centenary Celebration

BOOK TICKETS HERE

October 14th 10am-3pm

The Big Draw

Stop by the Jubilee Hall between 10am and 3pm to take part in this wonderful National drawing festival. This is a chance for all the family to be part of the world’s biggest celebration of drawing. No drawing experience required. Parents must accompany children at all times.

The Red House shall be running a simultaneous event for adults 1pm-3pm. There shall be the opportunity at the end of the afternoon to view each others work on the same theme.

For information about the adult event please visit brittenpears.org/visit/whats-on/big-draw-red-house/

Oct 28th, 29th

Autumn Craft Fair

A lovely and varied selection of stalls from local crafts people.

FREE ENTRY

November 3rd, 4th, 5th

Poetry In Aldeburgh

A poetry festival celebrating poetry by the sea with both well known and emerging names as well as a variety of events.

FOR INFORMATION AND TO BOOK TICKETS visit www.poetryinaldeburgh.org

November 11th 7.30pm

JAZZ at the JUBILEE

Join us for a night of fast moving, hard hitting, toe tapping contemporary jazz from East Anglia’s premier Big Band.

Nineteen of the best local jazz musicians come together and share their passion for big, bold, beautiful music.
All proceeds go to the Aldeburgh Jubilee Hall refurbishment fund.

BUY TICKETS HERE

November 24th 7.30pm

The Old Curiosity Shop

Common Ground return with this riotous, theatrically inventive adaptation, with original live music by Pat Whymark, and featuring Julian Harries as (among others) Nell’s grandfather, Sally Brass and Mrs Jarley.

TO BOOK TICKETS PLEASE CALL: 07807 341364 Tickets £10/£7 (under 21’s)

December 2nd 11am-4pm

Celebration of Christmas

The Aldeburgh Business Association Christmas Market in Jubilee Hall. Father Christmas will be in attend-ance and Aldeburgh Primary School pupils will entertain us. Mulled wine, mince pies and children’s re-freshments will be available. The Christmas trail will encourage children and their families to visit the High Street. Lights will switch on at 4pm. Follow the Aldeburgh Christmas Lights Facebook page to find out more.

FREE ENTRY

December 9th 8pm (doors 7.30)

Jazz At The Movies present A Swingin’ Christmas

JAZZ AT THE MOVIES is a unique jazz group who put an irresistible spin on classic movie themes and soundtrack songs from silver screen sources both familiar and obscure.

BOOK TICKETS HERE.

January 1st-3rd 2018 – 7.30pm (on Jan 2nd there shall also be a 4pm matinee performance)

Sherlock Holmes and the Hooded Lance

Julian Harries dons the famous deerstalker a third time, and is joined by the fabulous Dick Mainwaring, as Dr Watson, for a classic Christmas mystery with all the Common Ground trimmings – sparkling wit, ingenious staging, hilarious songs, and surreal flights of festive fancy.

TO BOOK TICKETS PLEASE CALL: 07807 341364 Tickets £10/£7 (under 21’s)

The Aldeburgh Jubilee Hall CIO act as an agent not a principal for the sale of tickets on behalf of the organiser of the event that you are booking.