Dates for your diary

Outdoor events, theatre productions and family days out are aplenty whilst our country parks and outdoor attractions offer regular activities and talks including those suitable for corporate functions, children or adult learners. Check our listings here.

King for a Day: The Nat King Cole Story Starring Atila

Jul 7, 2018 -

STAHL THEATRE, West Street Oundle PE8 4EJ

7.30pm. £16 / £5 under 18s. Acclaimed jazz vocalist, Atila with his stellar group of musicians who wowed audiences in London’s Hippodrome & Ronnie Scott’s performing Nat King Cole’s songs. T: 01832 274734 E: information@oundlefestival.org.uk

Oundle Classic Bike Rally

Jul 7, 2018 -

Oundle Wharf, Station Rd, PE8 4DE

11:30am (registration) for 12:30pm start. £10 (REGISTRATION FOR RACE). Bike enthusiasts are invited to join the rallied throng and show off their prized classic bikes. They can choose two routes: 25 miles or 50 miles. T: 01832 274734 E: information@oundlefestival.org.uk

Music in the Park

Jul 7, 2018 - Jul 7, 2018 

Barnwell Country Park

Hosted by the Friends of Barnwell Country Park and now part of the Oundle International Festival. Featuring Six Northamptonshire Brass Bands and a Massed Band Performance. Plus climbing frame, stalls and prizes, BBQ & Digfield Ales.

NEMO on Tour

Jul 7, 2018 - Jul 8, 2018 

Barnwell Country Park

Nemo, the water musical instrument that featured in the performances of 'Nene' by Northamptonshire Music and Performing Arts Trust - NMPAT, is on tour! He will be visiting several venues across the Nene Valley over the summer, including Barnwell Country Park as part of Oundle International Festival! Come and have a close-up look at Nemo and maybe a chance to have a play!

Kabantu

Jul 9, 2018 - Jul 9, 2018 

The Stahl Theatre

Re-inventors of global sounds, rewriters of the rulebooks and winners of the Royal Over-Seas League Competition 2017, Kabantu (previously Project Jam Sandwich) is a five piece band hailing from Manchester, who unravel new marriages of music from around the globe to celebrate the space whee different cultures meet.

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