2017 Theatre & Talks

CADS present Pygmalion

Corvus Amateur Dramatic Society (CADS)

CADS present Pygmalion – the play which inspired the musical My Fair Lady. This classic (by George Bernard Shaw) follows the transformation of Eliza from common street seller into a lady who could pass as a Duchess! Join us for a wonderful evening of humour and social comment. Ends at approximately 10pm

WHERE: Meridian School (SG8 7JH)
WHEN: Thursday 21, Friday 22 & Saturday 23 September 7.30pm
TICKETS: £10 Adult/ £5 students/u18. From www.cadsroyston.org.uk or 07925 674967

An evening with Alison Bruce

Creative Royston with Hertfordshire Libraries

An evening with Alison Bruce, creator of the Cambridge-set crime thrillers featuring DC Gary Goodhew, discussing how the character has changed through the series and providing a preview of her new work.

WHERE: Royston Library (SG8 9JN)
WHEN: Friday 22 September, 7.15 for 7.30pm
TICKETS: £5 https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/date/391523
The Stationary Cupboard, David’s Bookstore

 

Peter Paul Rubens – Sketching his masterpieces

The Royston Fringe

A talk by Henrietta Ward – Assistant keeper Paintings, Drawings and Prints, The Fitzwilliam Museum. The Fitzwilliam Museum has an important and varied collection of works by the prolific 17th Century Flemish artist Peter Paul Rubens that include designs for enormous tapestries and intricate sculpture. In this talk Henrietta will highlight the changes Rubens made to his paintings, how he recycled and altered his panels as well as his relationship with other craftsmen. Ticket includes light refreshments. www.royston-methodist.org.uk

WHERE: Royston Methodist Church
WHEN: Saturday 23 September, 7.30pm
TICKETS: £5 booking recommended. Contact Sue 01763 243815, or email walter962@btinternet.com

Divergent Theatre – Scenes from Arabian Nights

The Royston Fringe

The Youth Theatre company perform scenes from their forthcoming show: In the palace of King Shahraya, after one day of marriage, like hundreds of queens before her, Shahrazad awaits her death. She has one gift which may save her life, the gift of story telling. A dazzling tale incorporating some of our most loved stories, told in innovative and imaginative ways. www.royston-methodist.org.uk

WHERE: Royston Methodist Church
WHEN: Saturday 23 September, 2.30pm
FREE. Booking recommended. Contact Sue 01763 243815, email walter962@btinternet.com

 

 

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