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One of the things that everyone thinks they know about Oliver Cromwell is that he banned Christmas. There was a real ban, but what was behind it? Was it effective? Were mince pies outlawed? This talk reveals the fascinating story behind the myth of how the festive season was outlawed in the 1640s. Speaker – Stuart Orme, curator Cromwell Museum
FREE – donations welcome. Adults only.
Neil Richardson & Mark Burton present their annual Christmas Show – Christmas Cracker
A family favourite at St Ives Corn Exchange
Thursday 7th December at 2pm
A Man Called Otto
7:30pm, Thursday 7 December 2023 Doors open at 7pm Cafe/bar open
- Starring: Tom Hanks
- Director: Marc Forster
- Cert: 15
A Man Called Otto is a 2022 American comedy-drama film directed by Marc Forster from a screenplay by David Magee, about a bitter old man reluctantly getting involved in the lives of his neighbours. It stars Tom Hanks in the title role, with Mariana Treviño, Rachel Keller, and Manuel Garcia-Rulfo in supporting roles. It is a remake of the 2015 Swedish film A Man Called Ove, which was based on the 2012 novel by Fredrik Backman.
Tickets £7 plus booking fee or if space available on the night – pay on the door
Huntingdonshire Blind Society invite everyone to pop in and sample the best coffee and home made cake in Huntingdon at their monthly fundraising coffee mornings. Make a date to come along when you’re in the town doing the shopping.
New for 2023 – a new venue – you can find us in the Upstairs Room of the Huntingdon Library on Princes Street. Normally held on the 2nd Friday of each month.
There is always an amazing array of arts of crafts on sale and a great raffle and tombola.
Join us to enjoy a magical evening of Traditional Carols performed by the Tapestry Singers within a sumptuous Festive setting.
By 7.30pm Guests will be seated within the Main Hall for the concert, to be followed by a glass of bubbles and canapés in the velvet lined Saloon.
Every second Saturday of the month the Commemoration Hall has an Arts Market. Pop in and have a coffee (the cafe is open) and take time to browse around the arts and craft stalls presented by local crafts people – local artists, photographers, ceramic artists, silver jewellery, paintings, pottery, art print and much more.