All Listings for Haverhill Art Centre
Elvis, The Movies Experience
A new stage show starring The Winner of the UK 'National Tribute Awards' Mark Summers based on the movies made by The King Of Rock'N'Roll.
£14, concs £13, adv booking required
John Renbourn, Wizz Jones
Blues, jazz and folk from the well-established guitarist and original member of Pentangle.
Frankenstein 1930: Centre Stage Company
Gothic horror classic.
Mar 20-22, 7.30pm, mat Mar 22, 2.30pm
Mar 20 £7.50, Mar 21 £9.50, concs £8.50, Mar 22 2.30pm £7.50, 7.30pm £9.50, concs £8.50
The Hollies-frontman, with accompanying musicians, plays pop and rock covers.
Palm Wine & Stout, A Moving & Magical Story Full Of Family Secrets
Eastern Angles presents Segun Lee French's drama in which a young British man returns to his father's ancestral village in Nigeria, meeting up with his half-brother along the way.
Quentin Collins & The Hannah Horton Quartet
Contemporary jazz by the trumpeter with the accompanying musicians.
The Real Thing
British group who had hits in the 1970s with You To Me Are Everything, Can't Get By Without You and Can You Feel The Force?
A magical swashbuckling story from the team that brought Stickman -Live On Stage and Tiddler and Other Terrific Tales.
£8, concs £6, family £24
Jo Caulfield: A Celebration Of Anger
Saucy and scathing wit from the established stand-up as she explores the topic of anger.
Only One Direction: One Direction Tribute
The band plays teen-pop covers by the former-The X Factor contestants.
Voodoo Room: Cream And Jimi Hendrix Tribute
The Worlds Worst Serial Killers: Talk
A two-hour audiovisual show presented by retired murder squad detective Trevor Marriott.
The medium presents spiritual messages.
Haverhill Silver Band
The ensemble performs a selection of popular tunes.
The former Bible songsmith plays folk-pop.
Martin & Eliza Carthy
Traditional and contemporary folk by the father and daughter pairing from the North East of England.
Classic pop by the band with hits in the 1960s and 1970s.
Mark Steel: Back In Town
Satire and whimsy from the stand-up as he takes his Radio 4 series on the road.
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