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Monthly Archive: May 2017

Have a go at weaving memories over half term- Bring your own materials!

  Kim from the Saori Shed will be holding free drop in weaving workshops with a difference. She is encouraging you to bring in personal material to weave with, it could be fabric from an… read more
Posted in Art, Family

Diss Guild of Weavers, Spinners and Dyers demonstrate and exhibit at the Corn Hall

We are pleased to welcome the Diss Guild of Weavers, Spinners and Dyers back to the Corn Hall in our new Upper Gallery to celebrate Diss' rich textile heritage. They will be exhibiting a wealth… read more
Posted in Uncategorised

The Corn Hall galleries relaunch with Past Present Future and Nicola Hockley

The Corn Hall has relaunched its exhibitions programme in its 2 new galleries. The Main Galley downstairs holds an exhibition of plans and artefacts connected to the reinvention of the Corn Hall and asks visitors… read more
Posted in Art

Our Kind of Traitor (15) - A Preview

The phenomenal success of the BBC’s super glamorous Night Manager signalled a distinct shift away from the dour John le Carré adaptations of the last century, something Our Kind Of Traitor is happy to capitalize on.… read more
Posted in Film

Families - stuck for something to do over Half Term? Come to the Corn Hall!

Don't sit twiddling your thumbs over half term, come and visit us at the Corn Hall, we have loads of great, cheap events and activities for you! Alongside Diss Guild of Weavers and Spinners exhibition… read more
Posted in Uncategorised

A Review: Saturday Club - Nick Cope

Last weekend I went to the Saturday club at the reopened Corn Hall, where I saw Nick Cope doing a performance for all the family! Nick sang a variety of songs that were all very… read more
Posted in Family, Review

A United Kingdom (12A) - A Preview

Director: Amma Asante, UK, 2016, 111 mins David Oyelowo, Rosamund Pike, Jack Davenport Although the love affair between Seretse Khama and Ruth Williams is at the centre of Amma Asante’s film, it is selling it… read more
Posted in Film

A Review: Lady Maisery

Billed as a welcome return of folk music to the Corn Hall, Lady Maisery offered up something altogether richer and more varied. Hannah James, Rowan Rheingans and Hazel Askew showcased their considerable music talents with… read more
Posted in Music, Review

A Review: Luke Wright – The Toll

A week on from the reopening of the newly refurbished Corn Hall, performance poetry returned to Diss with Luke Wright’s solo show, combining accomplished wordplay and brilliant showmanship to hugely entertaining effect. The Bard of… read more
Posted in Word

A Street Cat Named Bob  - A Preview

Based on James Bowen's bestselling autobiographical book, A Street Cat Named Bob is a heart-warming, yet surprisingly unflinching, examination of homelessness and drug dependency.  Bob, a ginger stray, comes into Bowen’s life, and in doing… read more
Posted in Film, Review