The Wickhambrook What's On is the Wickhambrook village bi-monthly newsletter and is run by the Memorial Social Centre (MSC) Supporters.
The What's On aims to report forthcoming events by way of short announcements rather than providing specific detail. The What's On is run in conjunction with The Scene which is the village magazine and the two are published on alternate months.
The What's On is delivered to every household within the village, free of charge. The Scene is available by subscription. It contains articles, local business advertising and general information about Wickhambrook village life and reports on what the various clubs, societies and many other groups involved with Wickhambrook are doing.
Spanish Tapas Night with Acoustic Guitarist - Flamenco, Jazz, Blues and Classics booking now £15.00 per person . For more information visit The Three Ways Pub website or call 01440 820355.
We are hoping to hold our 24th annual coffee morning in aid of Macmillan. Everyone has been so supportive in past years and we hope you'll be so again this year. Macmillan is celebrating 25 years of The World's Biggest Coffee Mornings and they are still full of beans to help sufferers and their families, so there's never been a better excuse for cake or to enable us to raise even more vital funds on
Friday 25th September 2015
in the W.I. Hall, Wickhambrook
from 9.00am to Noon.
photo credit - Wandering River Photography
Fresh from triumphs at the Royal Opera House Covent Garden and around the world, international soprano Susan Gritton is to perform with Suffolk’s fully professional Philharmonic Orchestra at Snape Maltings Concert Hall on Saturday 10th October.
Susan Gritton will sing Richard Strauss’s Vier Letzte Lieder (Four Last Songs). The music is mellow, golden, autumnal, and uses the varied colours of a large orchestra to accompany with expressive refinement.
Suffolk Philharmonic shares its musicians with major London orchestras, ensuring outstanding playing. Since launching in Bury Festival in 2012, these fully professional performers have enjoyed great acclaim for their series of major concerts in Bury, free daytime concerts in rural communities, and work with children in Suffolk schools.
For Snape Maltings, conductor Leslie Olive has chosen a programme rich with Romantic power. Before introducing soprano Susan Gritton, he will conduct “some of the most powerfully sensuous music ever written” – the final moments of Richard Wagner’s sensual story of the lovers Tristan and Isolde, known as the “Liebestod”.
After the interval, the Orchestra performs Brahms’s Fourth Symphony, in E minor, his last and perhaps greatest symphony, with its vibrancy, lyricism, and deep autumnal shadows.
Tickets from Aldeburgh Music on 01728 687110 or go to www.tickets.aldeburgh.co.uk
Seated and standing strength and balance exercises to maintain and prolong independence. This new class aims to increase mobility, flexibility, muscle strength and improve balance, with the opportunity after for refreshment and a chance to socialise with other members of the class. 10.30am to 11.20am at Wickhambrook Pavillion. Pay as you go, £4.00 a class. See poster for more information
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