Christmas With Outlaw Eagles

Adrian Oates

An evening of timeless music with the Outlaw Eagles playing the Eagles classic blend of Rock, Country & Folk. Take it easy and get Christmas celebrations started in fine style. Tickets: £15 in advance | £18 on the door

Honey Honey: ABBA Tribute Party

Adrian Oates

Lets get those dancing shoes, flares and tie-die shirts out of the wardrobe ready as we welcome Honey Honey to The Queen Victoria Hall in Oundle to pay tribute to the wonderful music of ABBA! Honey Honey is an all female ABBA tribute act who have  a vast amount of performing experience between them, Louisa & Claire are excited to … Read More

2022 Soundle Weekend

Adrian Oates

As a brand new venture the inaugural Soundle music festival will become a regular feature in the Oundle music calendar where multiple genres of music will be brought together in one place! This first one will feature artists covering rock music, progressive rock, folk rock music and a little traditional thrown in. Headlined by Solstice on the Saturday night and … Read More

Last Night of the Proms

Adrian Oates

Following the success of our previous two Last Nights, we again join forces with Rushden Town Band and Oundle School Music Department to present a 75 minutes set, including Rule Britannia and Land of Hope and Glory to warm you up for the second half of the live concert from the Royal Albert Hall. After a short break, you are invited to stay on … Read More

Classico Latino

Adrian Oates

Be transported to the warm evenings and passionate serenades of Latin America! Blending the smooth sound and virtuosity of the the classical tradition with distinctive rhythms and melodies of authentic Latin American music.  Classico Latino breathes new life into songs from across the continent. Drawing on the familiar Bolero and Tango as well as less-well-known styles such as Pasillo and … Read More

Les Parapluies de Cherbourg

Adrian Oates

One of the great film classics, The Umbrellas of Cherbourg is a 1964 musical romantic film written and directed by Jacques Demy, with music and lyrics by Michel Legrand. Catherine Deneuve and Nino Castelnuovo star as two young lovers based in the French city of Cherbourg. Geneviève (Catherine Deneuve), a beautiful young Frenchwoman who works at a small-town boutique selling umbrellas, falls … Read More

Oundle on Show: Cardboard Oundle Workshop

Adrian Oates

Cardboard Oundle is a workshop that invites families of Oundle (children aged 7-11, younger and older are welcome) to build a cardboard version of Oundle using recycled cardboard. During the workshop, artist Tim Neath shares his passion for working with recycled cardboard and model making will both encourage and support your ideas to ensure they become a reality. Everyone taking … Read More

Oundle Food Festival

Adrian Oates

The annual Oundle food festival is back on the 18th June 2022. The one day Food & Drink extravaganza, welcomes many independent producers and food vendors from the region, and will be fully compliant with Covid restrictions and guidance at the time. Oundle Food Festival remains one of the most popular dates in regional foodies’ diaries, when over 80 of … Read More

Jonathan Drori: Around the World in 80 Plants

Adrian Oates

In this copiously illustrated talk, Jonathan Drori will bring to life the science of trees and plants by revealing how their worlds are intricately entwined with our own history, culture and folklore. From the seemingly familiar to the downright bizarre, each story is full of surprises. This latest book by Jonathan is an inspirational and beautifully illustrated book that tells … Read More

John Wright: A Spotter’s Guide to Countryside Mysteries

Adrian Oates

John will be sharing the knowledge in his latest book, a beautifully illustrated, practical and entertaining guide that illuminates and explains those mysterious details of the countryside you’ve always wondered about. Ever puzzled about the masses of twigs in bare-branched trees that look like abandoned nests? Seen fuzzy red balls on roses? A stranded pond on a hilltop? Or even … Read More