What’s On in Sudbury - August 2016
No need to go away during the school holidays with so much happening in Sudbury.
Gainsborough’s House have a summer of events for the family throughout August with Tom’s Tuesdays every week between 10am and 1pm which include an opportunity to view the galleries and on August 24 join artist Robert Dukes for a gallery talk of the summer exhibition at Gainsborough’s House, to find out more and to book contact 01787 372958 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sudbury Library will be holdings its annual summer holiday reading game called “the big friendly read” inspired by the children’s author Roald Dahl. Children can register for free from July 17 and the testing times are 10.30am to 12.30pm and 2pm to 4 pm Monday to Saturday and also 10.30am to 12.30 pm Sundays.
The Quay Theatre has some fantastic music for you, including the amazing John Etheridge on Friday 5 at 7.30pm and Antony Myers’ Rat Pack Show on Saturday 6 at 7.30pm, both masters in their field! To book contact the Quay Theatre on 01787 374745.
The Kingfisher Leisure Pool have lots to keep the whole family active during the summer including a great swimming pool with their Wet ‘n’ Wild fun session weekdays in the holidays. Little Kingfishers children up to 10 years can have great fun exploring the 4-tiered play frame which includes a ball pool. Babies have their own area which provides a safe sensory & interactive with ball pool.”
Suffolk Villages Festival will have a concert in St. Peter’s on August 29, for more information and how to book visit www.suffolkvillagesfestival.com
Sudbury Carnival on Sunday, August 28 starting at the Train Station Car Park and finishing at Belle Vue Park. The procession will start between 12.30pm and 1pm.
For a full list of all the events visit the Sudbury Tourist Information Centre located in the library or on the What’s On page at www.seeanddosudbury.co.uk.
Sudbury Town Team
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