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Events at The Apex

Thursday, 12th November 2015.

1 Charter Square, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP33 3FD
Tel: 01284 758000

Sun 15 Nov, 7.30pm
Building from delicate filigree patterns of intertwining strings to dazzling displays of furious fingerwork, Söndörgö (say: shoen-doer-goe) bring a vigorous virtuosity to their fresh interpretations of Hungarian folk music.
“their music sparkles with virtuosity and foot-tapping joie de vivre” - Evening Standard.
£12.50 / £5 U25s

Wed 18 Nov, 7.30pm
Miles Hunt & Erica Nockalls
Acoustic show with The Wonder Stuff singer & songwriter, Miles Hunt, and Erica Nockalls; includes tracks from their own albums in addition to Wonder Stuff material and the occasional cover version, all interspersed with Miles' trademark inter-song banter.

Thu 19 Nov, 7.30pm
Nancy Kerr
BBC Folk Singer of the Year 2015 Nancy Kerr embarks on her third eagerly anticipated solo tour. The influential singer-violinist will be accompanied by her Sweet Visitor Band: Tom Wright (Albion band, Park Bench Social Club, Eliza Carthy), Tim Yates (Blackbeard’s Tea Party, Albion Band) and Rowan Rheingans (Lady Maisery) and (two time folk award winner) Greg Russell.

Sat 21 Nov, 7.30pm
Suffolk Sinfonia Concert
Stories of sadness underlie the lively music of the Suffolk Sinfonia’s Autumn outing. The centrepiece is the glorious piano concerto from Robert Schumann, who struggled with depression for all of his life. Beethoven’s Egmont overture tells the story of a martyr celebrated in Goethe’s poetry, and the programme is completed with Schubert’s 5th symphony - the Tragic. No need to bring a handkerchief though; the stories are sad, the music is uplifting.

Beethoven- Egmont Overture
Schumann- Piano Concerto
Schubert- Symphony No. 4 “Tragic”
£12 (£10/£4 conc)

Sun 22 Nov, 2.15pm
The Bachelors
An afternoon of musical memories, stories, anecdotes, sing-a-longs with a hint of Irish blarney and more!

Sun 22 Nov, 11.30am
Songbook Sundays
The Chris Ingham Trio with Zoe Francis and Jim Mullen in ‘Salute To Lady Day’ – a tribute to the legendary Billie Holiday.

Sun 22 Nov, 7.30pm
Chas & Dave
Celebrating their 50th Anniversary with their first original album in 27 years which is a mixture of vintage rock & roll songs and new renditions of their own rockney classics.

Tue 24 Nov, 7.30pm
The Stylistics
Greatest hits tour, including: You Make Me Feel Brand New, Can’t Give You Anything (But My Love), You Are Everything, Betcha By Golly Wow, I’m Stone In Love With You, Break Up To Make Up plus many more.
£38.50 seated / £36.50 standing

Thu 26-Sun 29 Nov
Bury St Edmunds Christmas Fayre

Mon 30 Nov, 7.30pm
Roy Ayers and his Band
This superb vibraphonist crafted a winning mix of soul, world music and jazz that rode high on the jazz and R&B charts throughout the ‘70s and '80s, gradually becoming an uptown pop staple of disco-era black America. He is now considered a pioneer of jazz-funk and a key figure in the acid jazz movement. His catalogue stretches back to 1963, with highlights such as 'Everybody Loves The Sunshine', 'Searchin' and 'Running Away', and he has since become one of the most-sampled artists ever by hip hop producers.
£25 (£23conc)

Tue 1 Dec, 7.30pm
Marty Wilde: Born to Rock n Roll
Marty began his career in 1957 and was one of the first British singers to play a leading part in those early formative, and groundbreaking Rock 'n' Roll years. With his many hits and a host of wonderful songs from that era, Marty and his fabulous band the Wildcats take you back through some of the most exciting musical times this country has ever experienced.

Thu 3 Dec, 7.30pm
Patricia Routledge and Piers Lane: Admission One Shilling
Admission One Shilling: Award-winning actress and international concert pianist tell the extraordinary story of Myra Hess and her famous wartime National Gallery concerts.

Sat 5 Dec, 10am-5pm
March Hare
Handmade crafts & gifts

Sun 6 Dec, 2.30-4.30pm
Strictly Saturdays
Ballroom and Latin dancing

Sun 6 Dec, 11am-2pm
Sunday Brunch
Bring your family along for a relaxed morning of children’s craft activities accompanied by a selection of the weekend papers, ambient live music and a delicious food menu suitable for the whole family, so you can forget about the washing up!

Sun 6 Dec, 7.30pm
Abba Party Night
Get ready for an action packed show from the 1974 Abba Tribute Show, featuring the most irresistible pop melodies with Abba's biggest hits including: Mamma Mia, Dancing Queen, Super Trouper, Waterloo & many more.

Tue 8 Dec, 8pm
Steeleye Span
Maddy Prior - the voice of the band - leads a line-up featuring faces old and new, performing new gems from their album ‘Wintersmith’ (in collaboration with Sir Terry Pratchett) alongside classics that have made them one of the most successful British Folk Rock bands ever.

Wed 9 Dec, 7pm
Platinum Dance Academy
£9 / £5

Thu 10 Dec, 8pm
Soul Legends
An all-star cast of talented singers and musicians revive everyone’s favourite soul classics: Respect, Soul Man, Sex Machine, River Deep Mountain High, Ain’t Nobody, Midnight Hour, Proud Mary, Knock on Wood, Boogie Wonderland, I Feel Good and more

Sat 12 Dec, 12-3.30pm
Harmonica Workshop with Steve Lockwood

Sat 12 Dec, 7.30pm
Let’s Hang On
The Music of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons, including; Grease, December 1963 (Oh What a Night!), Sherry, Can’t Take My Eyes Off You, Working My Way Back To You, Walk Like A Man, Big Girls Don’t Cry, and of course, Let’s Hang On!

Sun 13 Dec, 8pm
Fat Cat Comedy Club
See www.fatcatcomedyclub.com for line-up.

Mon 14 Dec, 7.30pm
Roy Wood's Rock & Roll Christmas Party
Distinctive appearance, big beard and a big bag (of hits)? No it’s not Santa Claus, it’s Roy Wood, delivering Xmas cheer and all his hit songs – ‘I Can Hear The Grass Grow’, ‘Flowers In The Rain’, ‘Blackberry Way’, ‘See My Baby Jive’, and of course ‘I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday’.
£20adv / £22door

Tue 15 Dec, 7.30pm
Carols by Candlelight
Spirit of Christmas concert by the Locrian Ensemble.

Wed 16 Dec, 8pm
Jazz at the Movies
Have ‘A Swinging Christmas’ with Joanna Eden & the Chris Ingham Quartet playing jazzy festive favourites as made famous by Ella, Eartha, Frank, Doris, Dean, Bing and other Hollywood hipsters. The show sold out at Ronnie Scott's in 2012, 2013 and 2014.

Thu 17 Dec, 2.15pm
D-Day Darlings
A festive selection of heart-warming Christmas songs from the 1940s including songs from Vera Lynn, Bing Crosby, The Andrew Sisters and many more.

Thu 17 Dec, 7.30pm
Let’s Twist Again
Love 50’s and 60’s music? Starring BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing singer Chris Madin, with a full company of critically acclaimed artistes and musicians, the show combines fun and laughter with the greatest hits of Elvis, Dusty, Buddy, The Beatles, The Beach Boys, Lulu, Sandie Shaw and many more

Sun 20 Dec, 6pm
Orchestral Carols by West Road Church
Free concert – donations to St Nicholas Hospice Care

Mon 21 Dec, 11.30am & 3pm
The Snow Queen
An enchanting new version of Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale adventure, featuring new songs, beautiful costumes & scenery and a host of colourful characters. A fun, frosty, fast paced adventure that will melt your heart.
£12 (£10conc / £40 family)

Tue 22 Dec, 7.30pm
Xmas Juke Box Jive!
Two 70s bands in a night of non-stop hits: The Rubettes featuring Bill Hurd (‘Sugar Baby Love’, ‘Juke Box Jive’) and The Tremeloes with Dave Munden (‘Yellow River’, ‘Silence Is Golden’).

Wed 23 Dec, 8pm
An Albion Christmas
Described in the Guardian as “the perfect antidote to the corporate Christmas”, the show features the combined talents of Simon Nicol (Fairport Convention), Kellie While (Albion Band) Simon Care (Edward II) and the Guvnor himself, Ashley Hutchings, this show takes you on a guided tour through the Christmas customs of Britain.

29 Dec 7.45pm; 30 Dec 7.45pm; 31 Dec 4pm; 2 Jan 2.30pm & 7.45pm
Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
The award-winning Children’s Theatre Company bring to life the Biblical saga of Joseph and his coat of many colours. This delightful musical features classic tunes for you to hum along to including “Any Dream Will Do”, “Go, Go, Joseph”, “Close Every Door” and many more!

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