Fulbourn Arts

Arts events in Fulbourn Cambridgeshire

Theatre and Drama

Under Milk Wood, performed by the world renowned Guy Masterson, has now been re-scheduled (for the 4th time!) to 2nd October 2021, by when it should be possible to put on live performance events once again in the Townley Hall. Ticket holders will be able to use the tickets they have – and when we know the permitted size of audience, we will issue more tickets. Please contact us at fulbournarts@gmail.com for any queries about tickets or to register for any spare tickets once they become available.

Tickets have been offered to everyone who purchased tickets before for the previous postponed performances. Remaining tickets are being publiciced via Facebook, Twitter, posters etc.

If you purchased a ticket before, reserve your seat by sending a message to Fulbournarts@gmail.com. If you don’t yet have a pre-paid ticket and you want to buy tickets … you will be able to purchase them via the link to our online payment page below – but please do not use the online system yet as it is still being set up. We will let you know by email when its ready to be used.

BUY YOUR TICKETS SOON (NOT YET) via our ONLINE PAYMENT PAGE HERE
Due to REDUCED CAPACITY tickets are limited


Here’s what the critics have said about Guy Masterson’s performance:

Now in its 26th Year! Over 2,000 performances worldwide!

Guy Masterson brings Dylan Thomas’s timeless masterpiece to life in an astonishing, award winning, globally acclaimed solo performance.

Celebrating a day on the life of Llareggyb, all 69 of its inhabitants are hilariously recreated in an amazing feat of memory and virtuosity. Complemented by a stunning original soundscape by Matt Clifford its bawdy and beautiful, sad and sensual, leaving indelible unforgettable images of humanity. “One of the most inventive remarkable performances of the decade!” (Times).

“Its a feat of multiple characterisation, impeccable timing, vocal dexterity, and precise physical control, performed with tremendous sensitivity and panache!” (The Guardian)


You may also be interested in the St. John’s Players who (in normal times) regularly put on performance events in Fulbourn’s Townley Hall. They can be contacted via their website http://www.stjohnsplayers.co.uk/

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The St. John’s Players are an amateur drama group, originally formed in 1947 and moved to the Townley hall in the mid 90s. We put on three plays a year, in February, May and September.

In normal (non-COVID) times they meet for rehearsals every Monday and Wednesday from 7.30-10pm (approx) at the Townley Hall in the Fulbourn Centre. Performances are in February, May and October (dates vary) running from Wednesday-Saturday at 7.45.

Visit their website or see the local press for more details.

 

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Fulbourn Arts is a group set up to organise and promote arts events in the village of Fulbourn, Cambridge, UK. New members of the group are always welcome, as well as additional volunteers we can call on to help manage events.

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