Two Sisters Arts Centre is located in the old church of Trimley St Mary opposite The Mariners pub on the High Rd, and has got a packed programme of events in October – and with a licensed (and cheap!) bar, comfortable seating and a warm building – this is the perfect opportunity to try something new.
Thurs 3rd sees Horizon Theatre presenting Peter Quilter’s comedy of relationships Duets. Four scenes explore the dynamics between four different couples including a middle aged couple on a blind date, a gay celebrity and his adoring female secretary, a couple on a ‘break up’ holiday and siblings facing a late- in- life marriage for one of them.
Doors open at 7pm for a 7.30pm start. Tickets: £8 from 07864084423 or online @ www.ticketsource.co.uk/two-sisters-arts-centre
Friday 4th is another in our regular series of Friday night jazz evenings – this month with local combo Jazzvibe featuring Ivan Osborne on guitar, Tim Bowden on Vibes, Andy Thomas on Bass and Adrian Whitman on Drums.
Doors open 7.30pm for an 8pm start. Tickets £10 from the Box Office 01394 279613 or online @ticketsource
On Thursday 10th & Friday 11th there is a Drama Double Bill
In The Bag Theatre Comp present To Hell in a Handbag – the secret lives of Canon Chasuble and Miss Prism inspired by the characters in Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Ernest.
Written by Helen Norton and Jonathon White – this was a hit at the Edinburgh Fringe and has been touring to great acclaim ever since.
Then storyteller Justine de Mierre brings her magical tale for adults The Mermaid’s Song, an epic tale of a Mermaid separated from her kind at birth and journeying from Essex estuary to Scottish islands and beyond. Both comic and tragic, The Mermaid’s Song is a new story fashioned around the bones of a traditional tale and explores family, love, sex, violence, betrayal, friendship and the experience of being “other”
Doors open at 7pm for a 7.30pm start Tickets £10 from the Box Office or ticketsource.
Saturday 12th sees Seagull Rep bring their much acclaimed adaptation of Conon Doyle’s Hound of The Baskervilles – Sherlock Holmes’ most famous case – the inspiration of which could have been East Anglia’s own Black Shuck.
Doors open 7pm for a 7.30pm start. Tickets: £10/£9 from The Box Office or ticketsource.
On Friday 18th award winning theatre company Tangram Theatre bring Origin of Species – a musical dramatisation of Charles Darwin’s life written and performed by John Hinton. The show is packed with big ideas, terrible puns and brilliant physical comedy.
Doors open 7pm for a 7.30pm start Tickets £10 Box office and ticketsource
And finally on Sunday 27th from 10.30am-12.30pm Kate Osborne brings the beach to Two Sisters with BeachBonkers – beach combing, treasure hunts and much more. Open to all ages this is a free event although donations are welcome.