£4.00 PER TICKET
Conducted by Ken Snape of TWALKS, the Denver and Downham Market Walking and Talking Group. This walk unearths the local connection to heroes including Algernon Bird, a Royal Flying Corps pilot who was shot down during World War One by the Red Baron and
survived. He went onto run the family business Birds Mill (now Heygates Mill).
Meet at Downham Market Library next to Tesco for 2:00pm set-off.
In the event of wet weather the walk will continue, just bring a brolly.
£6.00 PER TICKET
Comedy drama exploring the glory days of the Seventies and Eighties snooker scene, when huge characters became household names and Snooker Loopy troubled the pop charts.
The story tells of the rivalry between Alex ‘Hurricane’ Higgins (Luke Treadaway), whose natural talent and showmanship transformed the image of the traditional game and captivated audiences across the country, and Steve ‘The Nugget’ Davis (Will Merrick). This rip roaring romp through the snooker scene of Eighties Britain is a celebration of the huge personalities of the time and an affectionate look at a gloriously nostalgic period of this very British sport.
In 1985, the climax of the world snooker final broadcast on the BBC in the early hours of a Monday morning was watched by 18.5 million people in the UK, which remains a record for a post-midnight audience for any channel in the country.
This year is the 30th anniversary of that final and The Rack Pack celebrates.
Mandy Fisher, the 1981 ladies world champions finalist, will be introducing the film, discussing it at the end and also talking about her snooker career.