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Saturday 3rd November 2018

HITCHIN COME DANCING plus Supper

Location:
Market Place
Starts:
7pm
Ends:
Enjoy watching local 'celebrities' waltz, quickstep, cha-cha and rumba and listen to the judges comments and vote. Plus secret auction and bar. £30 or table for 10 £275. Booking information: olivedeaville@gmail.com Raise money for Pancreatic Cancer Research
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Sunday 4th November 2018

HITCHIN FIREWORKS

Location:
Hitchin Priory, Tilehouse Street
Starts:
Gates open 4pm
Ends:
After last year's successful first at Hitchin Priory, join Ladder 87 for a family evening of fireworks. Great food, beer tent, bonfire and fabulous fireworks! Tickets in advance: Adult £6 under 14 £3 On the Door: Adult £ 8 under 14 £5
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Friday 9th November 2018

THE PAT McMANUS BAND

Location:
Club 85, Whinbush Road
Starts:
7.45pm
Ends:
The Pat McManus Band are a powerful three piece Blues/Rock Trio, headed up by the former Mama's Boys and Celtus guitarist/violinist virtuoso and true gent Pat McManus (AKA The Professor).The PMB line-up is completed by two other Irish musicians, the powerful drummer Paul Faloon and bassist Marty McDermott, both of whom have served their time with a variety of top Irish acts and as top session men working all over the globe. Entry: £10 advance / £12 on the door or online. In advance: Farleys, Jolly Brown, Gatefold, Club 85
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Friday 9th November 2018

Hitchin Films: ISLE OF DOGS (Animation)

Location:
Richard Whitmore Studio, QMT Walsworth Road
Starts:
Doors 7.30pm, Film 8pm
Ends:
Wes Anderson, US, 2018: This stop motion animation by Anderson is a feast for the eyes! An outbreak of canine flue make Japanese authorities ban all dogs to an island. A pack of dog misfits (led by Chief Bryan Cranston) help young boy Atari rescue his dog Spots and expose the city's corrupt politicans. Some of these dogs' acting deserved an Oscar! £5 on the door or in advance online.
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Friday 23rd November 2018

Hitchin Films: PHANTOM THREAD

Location:
Richard Whitmore Studio, QMT Walsworth Road
Starts:
Doors 7.30pm, Film 8pm
Ends:
P T Anderson, US, 2017 (PG): This might be Daniel Day Lewis' last film performance. He plays Reynold Woodcock, tailor to royalty, stars and upper class in 1960s London, helped by his sister, played by Lesley Manville. A driven perfectionist, he meets a young woman (Vicky Krieps) who seems compliant at first but then throws him off track. The many pleasures in this film include the production design, accomplished acting and wicked sense of humour. £5 on the door at 7.30pm. In advance online.
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