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May 2016

Wednesday 4th May

BRJ Run and Tri
presents

Just a little run around the world:
the amazing adventures of an extraordinary woman
by Rosie Swale Pope.

"Rosie is one of the world’s most courageous people and the only person to have run, unsupported, around the world. A run that covered over 20,000 miles and took almost five years. She faced extreme danger, bitter Siberian winters, wolves, axe men and desolate loneliness to finish her journey. And she didn’t stop there, Rosie just can’t stop running and will be coming to Huntingdon only a short time after running across America.

Rosie is an exceptional storyteller and inspiring speaker and listening to her will motivate and enthuse you all."

Tickets - £10 non-member
£8 member
Junior member Free

TS
or call 01480 375678

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Saturday 7th May, 7.30pm

A concert by RAF Wyton Area Voluntary Band

All proceeds to the appeal for
The New Macmillan Woodlands Centre at Hinchingbrooke Hospital
to support the fight against cancer.

Tickets £12 (14 years and under £6) from Maggi Stewart
on 01832 293759 stewart426@btinternet.com

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Sunday 15th May, 3.30pm

presents
an orchestral concert

Dvořák Cello Concerto
Daniel Benn, cello
Sibelius Symphony No. 2

Dvořák’s last concerto has been described as “the most beloved cello concerto in the repertory”. This deeply personal Slavic work was received with great acclaim at its first performance in London in 1896 and it has remained a repertoire favourite ever since. We are delighted to welcome back gifted young cellist Daniel Benn as soloist.

The second symphony is the most popular of Sibelius’s seven symphonies and has frequently been hailed as his great Romantic masterpiece. Sibelius himself wrote of it as “a struggle between death and salvation” and “a confession of the soul”.

Tickets available from Margaret Stokes (01480 861591 or tickets@huntsphil.org.uk)
and on the door.
Price: £14 for raked seating and row L, £12 for all other seats on the flat (students half price).

 

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June 2016

July 2016

Sunday 10th July, 6.30pm

THE CHOIR THAT ROCKS LIVE
Doors open  6.00pm  Show starts 6.30pm

Don't miss out on your FREE Taster Session with you local Rock Choir
www.rockchoir.com

Tickets - £17
TS
or call 01480 375678

 

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