A packed Autumn at Kettering Arts Centre
We enjoyed some fabulous music, thought-provoking theatre and great comedy in a busy schedule this Autumn.
Following on from the interactive and challenging Great Austerity Debate were two beautiful and magical nights of music.
John Bramwell from I Am Kloot, veteran of all the major festivals, friend and tour mate of Frank Skinner, Steve Coogan and John Thompson amongst many musical royalty of the last 30 years, was a delight: funny, passionate, stunning and crystal clear in our fabulous acoustic.
And Icelandic genius Hafdis Huld made some new friends to join her many, dedicated fans – her combination of her hilarious quirky, zany charm and her ice-clear vocals, with gorgeous self-penned songs and incredible covers of unlikely classics made for a wonderful night for all lucky enough to be with us.
The month drew to a close with November’s Rolling in the Aisles and a great night of dark humour from ex-cop Alfie Moore. It was a packed house, as it was Charity fund-raiser for the family of a local officer.
Into December and “it’s getting a bit like Christmas”, with both the Etsy crafters’ Fair and our own Community Christmas Fair drawing crowds and involving all ages in the fun!
Our staff worked super hard and deserved their bubbly!