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Eastern Angles Cast

    Eastern Angles’ show Bentwaters Roads at The Hush House, 2010

Eastern Angles Theatre Company, best known for their quirky Christmas shows, village hall tours and innovative site-specific productions, are on the look out for creative volunteers with technology skills.

The nationally acclaimed company are planning an ambitious new theatre project to be staged in The Hush House, a former aircraft hangar on Bentwaters airbase in 2014. The show, Ragnarok, will require atmospheric lighting and sound plus cutting-edge audio-visual effects in order to convey the theme of the play, the mythological downfall of the Norse gods. Eastern Angles will also want to make use of the very latest digital technology to add to the audience experience making this a must-see show with a real wow factor!

Eastern Angles have some ideas up their sleeves but what they really want is to talk to people with a fresh take on the project. People who may come up with brand new ‘whiz bang’ ideas that will leave audiences open-mouthed and make this production a highlight of the 2014 theatrical calendar.

If you would like to take part in an initial workshop lunchtime session held at Adastral Park with members of the Eastern Angles production team, please contact: Karen Goddard on 01473 218202 or email Karen.

The Book People will be in the Hub from 11.00-14.30 on Thursday 1 August.

To celebrate the upcoming launch of BT Sport, join us at the Hub on Wednesday 24 July between 12:30-14:30 and take part in ‘ball in the bin’, ‘blow football’ or try hula hooping.  There will be prizes for entering the competitions or coming dressed in a sports kit as well as a BT inter-site competition.

The Suffolk Police Community Support Officers will be in the Hub at lunchtime on Monday 15 July.

At lunchtime on Wednesday 17 July the BT Library will be in the Hub to answer any questions you might have about how to make the most of its resources.

Prospect will be in the Hub at lunchtime on Thursday 18 July.

The Adastral Park Singers will be appearing (by popular request) in the Hub on Friday 19 July between 12.00-13.00 in aid of the charity, FIND (Families in Need).

Adastral Park Singers are group of people who enjoy getting together once a week to sing. They will be appearing (by popular request) in the Hub on Friday 19 July between 12.00-13.00 in aid of the charity, FIND (Families in Need), and would welcome an audience, contributions, applause or singers. If you would like to go along to their weekly sessions, they would be delighted to see you. Please contact Sally Murfitt on 07710 055454 or e-mail Sally to find out more.

At lunchtime on Wednesday 17 July the BT Library will be in the Hub to answer any questions you might have about how to make the most of its resources. The library is a huge online collection of published technical and management articles and books which can be used for current awareness, problem-solving or self-directed learning. All the content is free for you to use as it has already been paid for by the library. If you can’t make it on the day but would like further information please e-mail the library.

On Tuesday 9 July Laser 2000, a BT supplier, will be in the Hub from 10.00-14.00 alongside partner, Nimbus Data, with their innovative storage technologies.

The East Anglian Air Ambulance will be in the Hub at lunchtime on Wednesday 10 July to promote the work of the EAAA.

The East Anglian Air Ambulance will be in the Hub at lunchtime on Wednesday 10 July to promote the work of the EAAA.

Laser 2000 are a BT supplier and provide a range of transceivers, EDFAs, Muxes and test equipment. On Tuesday 9 July we will be in the Hub from 10.00-14.00 with our partner, Nimbus Data, with their innovative storage technologies. Typically requiring 20% of the rack space of traditional storage technologies, this can save an organisation over 80% on data centre power and air conditioning compared to standard spinning disks.

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