FRIDAY NIGHT at ROYSTON ARTS FESTIVAL

If you fancy a GOOD SING! then join WOMENSING between 4-5pm at Coombes Community Centre – it’s FREE and open to everyone!

If theatre and film is for you then you can indulge yourself twice over by attending CORVUS AMATEUR DRAMATIC SOCIETY’s (CADS) staging of STRANGERS AT A FESTIVAL a unique evening of drama and film. A one-act play Strangers on a Film imagines meetings between Alfred Hitchcock and Raymond Chandler during the making of Strangers on a Train – a Hitchcock classic which will be screened afterwards.

If MUSIC is more your thing, ROYSTON FOLK CLUB is back featuring Liz Cotton, Mandy Woods, John Meed, Cut the Mustard, John Drage at its usual venue, the Old Bull Inn, at 8pm.

After all that there will still be time to visit ROYSTON ARTS SOCIETY’s online AUTUMN EXHIBITION where you can view and purchase paintings from local and professional artists in Royston’s largest, most diverse art exhibition. It’s FREE and opens at.7.30pm staying online thereafter at: rasexhibitions.roystonarts.org.uk

For more details on all the above see http://www.creativeroyston.org/?page_id=5608

AMANDA BRITTANY TALK

Royston Arts Festival gets fully under way on Thursday with a talk by local Crime Writer Amanda Brittany who will be giving a talk followed by a Q&A session and a book signing.

You can buy her latest novel ‘Island House’ and get her signature at the same time, or perhaps borrow it from Royston Library who are hosting the event and had a few copies available to borrow last time I looked.

You get a free glass of wine included for the cost of a mere £5 and tickets can be purchased direct from Royston Library. You can’t lose really and what a great way to brighten up the evening now the nights are drawing in.

7.15 for a 7.30 start – tickets may be available on the door, but best to purchase in advance.

24 – 26 September 2021