Tuesday 10 July

FRANCES FYFIELD

THE ART OF COLLECTING: A NATIONAL DISEASE?

 

11.00am Linden Hall Studio

 

For centuries the English have collected paintings from Europe and beyond, just as they have with music.  Collecting is in our DNA.  Frances Fyfield has collected mainly British paintings, with a liking for the anonymous and art between the wars. She will talk about the nature of the collecting compulsion, the motives, and why the world divides between those who do, and those who don’t.

 

Admission free – retiring collection in aid of DMA Education work

BOLD AS QUINTET

 

10.00am St George’s Church, Deal - Deal & Sandwich Schools’ Concert

 

12.45pm Dover Town Hall - Dover Schools’ Concert

 

BOLD AS Quintet comprises the leaders of the Deal Music and Arts BOLD AS education project, all among the most experienced brass players in the UK, including Tim Hayward (trumpeter in Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment) and Phil White (trombone in the Philharmonia Orchestra).They will give an interactive brass music concert which welcomes and engages with local primary and secondary school children.

 

Public Admission at the door subject to availability

Family Ticket (1 Adult,1 Child) £5.00

Tickets available from The Astor Community Theatre, Deal on

01304 370220 or online www.astor.org

Alternatively please click here to download a printable postal booking form.

MEASURE FOR MEASURE SOLD OUT

by William Shakespeare

 

7.30pm Walmer Castle

 

Gates open 6.30pm

The Changeling Theatre Company in collaboration with English Heritage

 

Vienna is rife with loose morality and ludicrous characters. The weak Duke goes undercover, leaving his strict deputy Angelo in charge to clean up the city, but when Angelo sentences young Claudio to death for sleeping with his wife to be, Claudio’s sister Isobel, a nun, pleads for his life. Angelo agrees to spare him, but the stakes are high. Isobel faces an impossible choice...

 

Changeling’s Measure for Measure is inspired by the Moulin Rouge with its hint of the Burlesque. This witty Shakespeare comedy has a storyline full of twists and turns as sin meets virtue and good battles against evil.

 

Please bring a picnic for before the performance and supply your own chairs.

 

In the event of inclement weather, the performance will be at St Mary’s Church, Walmer.  No food or drink in Church but there will be a bar available to purchase wine and soft drinks in the interval and before the show.  Details will be posted on this website and DMA facebook page from 6.00pm.  Call 07775657275 to check if needed.

 

Ticket Price: Full £20.00, Students £10.00, Children Under 10 Free SOLD OUT

Tickets available from The Astor Community Theatre, Deal on 01304 370220 or online www.astor.org

Alternatively please click here to download a printable postal booking form.

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