This March at the New Wolsey Theatre will see the latest co-production between New Wolsey Theatre and Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch come to Ipswich, Nottingham Playhouse bring their Ramps on the Moon offering, as well as the latest New Wolsey Young Company production. The New Wolsey Theatre will also host a punchy rock ‘n’ roll musical, a trio of family shows, and completion of the PULSE Presents line-up for the season.
OMG you guys!!! Legally Blonde The Musical is coming to Norwich Theatre Royal! Starring Rita Simons(Roxy Mitchell in BBC’s EastEnders) as Paulette Bonafonte,Lucie Jones(Eurovision UK representative 2017, other Musical Theatre credits include Rent, Les Miserables, Ghost, We Will Rock You) as Elle Woods, andBill Ward(James Barton in Emmerdale, Charlie Stubbs in Coronation Street) as Professor Callahan.
ON Saturday 10th March at 2.30pm in the Church Hall. Planting bulbs and taking cuttings – which should I choose? How do I go about it? When is the best time? Where are the best places to grow them? Come along to hear Fay Owston give us advice.
Light refreshments. Raffle. Tickets £3.
Saturday 7th April at 2.30pm in the Church Hall. Beetle Drive and Sausage Sizzle – come along and shake for a six to start and then race your team members to make a beetle. Followed by bangers and buns, with sauce, tea/coffee, cake. Raffle. Tickets £3.
Our film shows continue, on Saturday 17th March: Chariots of Fire, and Saturday 21st April: Runaway Jury, both commencing at 2.30pm in the Church Hall.
Easter Day Service on April 1st will be taken by the Principal of Westminster College. Cambridge, Rev Sam White. All are welcome
NEW Horizons, the club for older people in the Woodbridge area, has been able to purchase some new games due to a very generous grant from District Councillor Caroline Page. Funding from the Locality Budget has enabled us to buy a floor basketball set, a Bean Bag target game together with a Music Quiz and Musical Bingo. These have proved very popular and we are very grateful to Caroline for her continued support of the Club. This month, members also enjoyed attempting a Japanese style flower arrangement using twisted willow, catkins and ferns.They produced some attractive and cheerful displays to brighten their homes during these dull winter days.We also enjoyed a slide show on Chile entitled ‘The Long Thin Country’ by Chris Parfitt.