What’s on this weekend?
Fri 14 - Sun 16 September
MUSIC: Bands in the Park, Abington Park, now – Sun 16 Sep
Enjoy live music every Sunday afternoon from 2pm – 5pm at the Abington Park bandstand and be surrounded by the relaxing and beautiful environment of the park.
Abington Park Museum, Wellingborough Road, NN3 3HN
FILM: Northampton Filmhouse, throughout Sep and Oct
Brilliant new independent films this season include the thought provoking drama The Wife, Anton Chekhov adaptation The Seagull and introspective drama Lucky. The cinema continues to present the best big new releases, including heist drama King of Thieves, as well as Damien Chazelle’s Neil Armstrong biopic First Man. The classics offering includes a selection of films celebrating Black History Month in the UK this October. The programme of event cinema features screenings of top class drama, ballet and opera. They’ve also announced a new series of screenings aimed at welcoming even more 16-25 year-olds into the cinema, thanks to support from the BFI Film Audience Network – one for the not so little Mudlets!
Northampton Filmhouse, off Derngate, Northampton, NN1 1UD
THEATRE: The Lovely Bones, Royal & Derngate, from now – Sep 22
Haunting, beautiful and surprisingly funny, this is two hours of your evening VERY well spent. Maybe pack some tissues though… Muddy review here, still time to get tickets & I promise you, these performances are worth it!
Royal & Derngate Theatre, Guildhall Rd, Northampton NN1 1DP
MUSIC: Jive Talkin’ perform The Bee Gees in Concert, Castle Theatre, Sat 15 Sep
Following their 2017 appearance at Castle Theatre, Jive Talkin’ Perform The Bee Gees are back by popular demand! They are guaranteed to bring the house down with their magnificent renditions of Bee Gees favourites Massachusetts, Stayin Alive, Grease, Night Fever, Words & the show stopping finale Tragedy!