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Monthly Archive: February 2022

Mark Watson finally finds out that Diss Exists

Over the years, I’ve seen Mark Watson several times (he’s practically a permanent fixture at Latitude) and he has never failed to mention Diss at some point in his act. It seemed to gain near… read more
Posted in Comedy

Britten Sinfonia brings a World Premiere to our doorstep

It's been a long time coming, but chamber music has come to the Corn Hall, with a day of activities that culminated in an evening recital from Britten Sinfonia. What immediately became apparent was how… read more
Posted in Music, Review

A stunning drama that resonated with universal truths  

Continually rescheduled over the last couple of years, we’ve had to wait a long time to see Feast Theatre’s production of The Canada Boys. Fortunately, it proved to be well worth the wait. Rob John’s… read more
Posted in Uncategorised

Dune is an extraordinary, spectacular visual treat

Director Denis Villeneuve’s decision to take on Frank Herbert’s mammoth Dune novel might be thought brave to the point of foolhardiness, given the almighty mess David Lynch made of it back in the eighties. For… read more
Posted in Film, Review

Gary Delaney makes a triumphal return to Diss

Gary Delaney took the Corn Hall on a trip to Punderland for a second sold out night, delighting his audience with an exhausting, and seemingly inexhaustible, supply of gags.  With help from his warm up… read more
Posted in Comedy