Saturday, 11 February 2012

Live Theatre Returns to Garboldisham

Garboldisham Village Hall will again play host to the Eastern Angles production company for their presentation of Private Resistance a play set in rural East Anglia during the second world war. It copes with the question of how would we survive under the Third Reich? 

This is a story of how Churchill’s guerrilla army or Auxiliary Units would have harassed, harangued and resisted the invasion and also of the effect it had on the individuals involved. An Interesting play that will draw you in.  

Private Resistance, by Ivan Cutting, can be seen on 24th March 2012. Curtain up at 7.30pm. The licensed bar will open at 7.00pm

Tickets are on sale from the Garboldisham Village Post Office shop or by telephoning 01953 681481

Friday, 10 February 2012

Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy comes to Garboldisham

Forget the Oscar's and BAFTA's we now have the Garby's.
Through the patronage of Breckland District Council and Creative Arts East, Garboldisham Village Hall will become the only local venue showing the latest adaptation of this classic John le Carre novel starring Gary Oldman, Colin Firth, John Hurt & Benedict Cumberbatch.

This film evening is scheduled for Wednesday 14th March 2012 curtains up at 7.30pm , there is a licensed bar from 7.00pm.

Early booking is essential for this event as tickets at £3.00 each are limited

Tickets are available from Garboldisham Village Shop or by phoning 01953 681416