April events at Two Sisters Arts Centre

We have some exciting new events lined up for April, including poetry, folk and drama.

On Thursday 6 April at 7.30pm, comedian and writer Paul Richards brings his one man show, hot from 5-star triumph at the Edinburgh Fringe. Harvey is Running Late looks at the frenetic everyday life of a hapless man who everybody wants a piece of, and yet he would rather sit in the garden shed playing solo Subbuteo.

From Wednesday 12 to Friday 14 April at 7.30pm, we have drama with Black & White Productions’ Thomas Wolsey – The Rise & Fall written by Suzanne Hawkes. The play looks at Wolsey’s life through the eyes of his man-servant George Cavendish, his lawyer Thomas Cromwell and the women who influenced his fortunes.

On Friday 21 April at 7.30pm, we have a night of poetry and folk music with Blake Morrisonand The Hosepipe Band. Blake will be talking about his new book, Two Sisters, in conversation with Florence Cox, as well as reading from his collections about the Suffolk coast accompanied by original compositions from the band.

Friday 28 April sees the return of alternative comedy/music night, The Klinker Club. Please note this has adult content and lots of loud drumming.

On Saturday 29 April at 7.30pm, we have country blues and folk with internationally acclaimed guitarist, Steve Gifford.

Tickets are available from the Two Sisters Box Office: 01394 279 613 or online: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/two-sisters-arts-centre

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