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Monthly Archive: March 2022

The Bard Of Bungay returns to Diss

The Bard of Bungay has become a regular fixture at the Corn Hall over the years, with his much loved Poetry fixture bringing the very best in stand-up poetry to Diss. We’ve also seen his… read more
Posted in Theatre

Something wicked this way came

It’s been over twenty years since Roughcast’s first production, and also the last time they staged Macbeth. I’m sure I wasn’t the only person in the audience second guessing who was making a return visit… read more
Posted in Theatre

The Corn Hall Café Raises £3140 for Ukraine 

The Corn Hall Café has raised an amazing £3140 for The Red Cross Ukraine Appeal following their hugely successful Coffee morning. Lara Macmillan, Café Manager organised the event, with the help of colleague Sue Sizer.… read more
Posted in Diss, Norfolk

Open Space's welcome reminder of Russian culture

Never a group to shy away from a challenge, Open Space Theatre have taken on three of Anton Chekhov’s rarely performed single act plays, with The Bear and The Proposal taking the lion’s share of… read more
Posted in Uncategorised

Mothering Sunday is a day no one will forget

Based on Graham Swift’s 2016 novel, the English-language debut of French director Eva Husson largely takes place over the course of a day, the eponymous Mothering Sunday. The crux of the film, and the significance… read more
Posted in Uncategorised

Catfish thrill audience after a two year wait

Too bluesy for rock, and too rocky for blues - these are, I hasten to add, guitarist Matt Long’s words, not mine. It’s true the sound that Catfish produces is a sometimes curious hybrid, but… read more
Posted in Music

Black is the Color of my Voice plays to a full house

Apphia Campbell’s award-winning show has been performed in London, New York, Shanghai and Edinburgh but, finally, it has found its way to Diss. I’ve seen many shows at the Corn Hall that warranted a full… read more
Posted in Music, Theatre