Making it’s premiere in Suffolk, the show will be at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival from 3-11th August, but you can catch it here first!
A man is murdered at a wedding, but whodunnit? Three women have motive and means. They met at the clandestine Secret Divorce Society, which asks the age-old question: “Should I stay or should HE go?” Mary has the perfect family, but sometimes wishes they were dead; Sally’s wondering how to get hold of her fourth husband’s death-in-service benefit; and once-engaged Bobbi is now a free spirit but is she still bearing a grudge? It could be any one of them and the audience is asked to choose whodunnit for a different ending every performance. Original songs and music by the cast and a plethora of wonderful instruments including violin, flute and ukulele!
Age guidance: 12+
TICKETS ARE ON THE DOOR – CASH ONLY PLEASE! £10 (£8 concessions)
“Very warm and funny” View from the Gods
“Lyrically razor sharp. A consistently funny act.” London City Nights
Please call me on 07957 454 838 or email me if you need anything more!
06:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Washing Machine and Don’t Try proudly present
THE INTERESTING TIMES GANG
An expert purveyor of deliciously woozy afternoon sunshine grunge-pop, BESSIE TURNER abruptly found herself atop a mountain of industry excitement early last year when her debut single, ‘Big Sleep’, was picked up by Radio One’s Huw Stephens and declared a work of phenomenal promise by buzzy-buzzheads up and down the land; an invitation to play Latitude Festival (from those lovely chaps BBC Introducing in Suffolk), regular airplay on BBC Radio One, 6music AND Radio Two and ecstatically-received tourdates galore swiftly followed, crowning her triumphant 2017 with a live session at the BBC’s legendary Maida Vale studios for Jo Whiley. Not one to rest on her laurels, 2018 has already seen Bessie representing Suffolk with a live session and interview for Steve Lamacq’s BBC 6music show as part of Independent Venue Week, shows have been selling out up and down the land, and her new EP ’22:22′ is one of the most eagerly-awaited releases in recent memory.
Support comes from super-sharp indie quintet ENTERLUDE, sci-fi obsessed future electro-pop heroes THE INTERESTING TIMES GANG, and the Hunter Club debuts from JAMES COOPER and SALVADOR!
£4 cheap list if you join this event page
£4.40 advance from https://www.wegottickets.com/event/435219
All ages welcome (under-14s must be accompanied by a parent or carer)
Fully licensed bar – No I.D., No Alcohol
Venue address: The Hunter Club, 6 St Andrew’s Street South, Bury St Edmunds, IP33 3PH
Nearest car park: Robert Boby Trading Estate, IP33 3DH (5 minute walk)
Last train back to Ipswich/Stowmarket/Norwich leaves BSE 11.27pm.
Open Mic Night
07:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Open Mic Night
GET YOUR 15 MINUTES OF FAME!
OPEN MIC at The Hunter Club, Bury St Edmunds
Open Mic takes place every 2nd & 4th Wednesday of each month between 7-11pm
Feel free to come along as it’s free entry.
Each slot consists of 3 x song or 15 minuets
Bar opens 7pm first act on from 8pm. please arrive by 8pm to secure your slot!
If you would like to perform email Andrew Akehurst: email@example.com or call 01284 723101
The Hunter Club is a multi purpose venue, bar and event space for private hire, shows, comedy, Jazz, Drama and much more. Open Monday – Saturday
Comprising of three main rooms: The Main Hall, The Green Room and the bar. The venue is located a short walk from the town centre and we pride ourselves on being a free house and the best independent bar and venue in the area.
So whether you’re here for an evening drink in the bar with friends, a private party in one of our function rooms, a night of live music, or even a dance class, visiting us is always a great experience.