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Haverhill Arts Centre High Street Haverhill Suffolk CB9 8AR
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Battle it out with friends and colleagues by playing your favourite game on our massive screens. Our state of the art digital projectors mean Big Screen Gaming is available at all our cinemas across the UK and Ireland. With fantastic surround sound speakers you’ll be blown away by every explosion, kick of the ball and rev of the engine. Bring along your favourite game and experience it on the big screen, like you’ve never seen it before.
Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill’s classic musical theatre piece is adapted by Simon Stephens (The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time) and directed by Rufus Norris (Everyman, London Road).
West Suffolk Swimming Club formed in 1998 from the merger of two local swimming clubs and is now becoming one of the largest competitive swimming clubs in East Anglia. They operate from three pools located at the Bury St Edmunds Leisure Centre, Haverhill Leisure and Culford School
This reimagining of troubled jazz legend Chet Baker’s career opens with the trumpeter and singer starring in a movie about his own life. While filming he falls for his co-star Jane and faces both a battle with drugs and an indifferent jazz scene in this riveting story of the enigmatic musical genius.
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In November 2004, Haverhill made a claim for a world first, becoming the only known town to feature a laser-lit sculpture on a roundabout. The 11-metre (36 ft) high steel sculpture, called the Spirit of Enterprise (or by locals as "The bin", or "The toilet roll"), is situated on the main gateway roundabout on the west side of town, and was mostly funded by local businesses.
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This influx of people changed many aspects of life in Haverhill. One noticeable change is that the local Suffolk accent (still spoken by the town's older residents) has largely been replaced by a London/South-east England accent characterised as Estuary English. The expansion was not without friction. Residents who moved to the newly developed areas complained about the housing density and lack of amenities in a 1968 Man Alive documentary.
If you like to sing-a-long or just want to hear great music this show is for you. "It's always flattering when talented performers honor my music.
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The Haverhill Arts Centre is housed within the grade II listed town hall, and features a cinema as well as hosting live music, drama, dance, and comedy. A 5-screen multiplex cinema complex was opened in October 2008. From 2007 to 2013 the town was home to The Centre for Computing History, a computer museum established to tell the story of the Information Age.
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In 2000-1 two thousand inhabitants of Haverhill were photographed and morphed into a single image by the artist Chris Dorley-Brown. The resulting image was displayed in the National Portrait Gallery (London). This was the biggest photographic morphing project of its kind.
The town has no railway station and is one of the largest towns in England without one. It once had two railway stations and two interconnected railways. The Stour Valley Railway ran from Cambridge to Sudbury and beyond via Haverhill North whilst the Colne Valley and Halstead Railway ran from Haverhill South to Marks Tey via Castle Hedingham and Halstead.
Haverhill Town Council (established in 1989) is here to provide the community of Haverhill with the best in local arts and leisure, and is committed to obtaining the best services and facilities for the town.
Haverhill has two Non-League football clubs, Haverhill Rovers F.C. and Haverhill Borough F.C., who both play in the Eastern Counties Football League. The two clubs share the New Croft ground. Other sporting clubs in the town include a cricket club and an angling club. Since 2013 Haverhill has also been home to Suffolk's only Baseball team, the Haverhill Blackjacks, who play in the British Baseball Federation Single-A South league, and who also play their home games at The New Croft.
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