Wednesday 18 April 10.30am (Matinee) & 7.30pm
£5 / Under 18 £2.50
Directed by Dorota Kobiela, Hugh Welchman, Poland/UK, 2017, 1hr 34mins
With Douglas Booth, Jerome Flynn, Robert Gulaczyk
The world’s first fully oil painted feature film is a technical marvel,
but it’s also a stunning evocation of the life and works of Vincent
van Gogh. Seen through the eyes of a young man who comes to
the last hometown of Van Gogh to deliver the troubled artist’s final letter, his investigation of
the artists final days there will have you re-evaluating everything you think you know about a deeply troubled man.
For more information visit Diss Corn Hall or call the box office on 01379 652241
Diss Corn Hall
Located in the historic market town of Diss on the border of Norfolk and Suffolk, and at the gateway to the Waveney Valley, the Corn Hall is an impressive Grade II listed building which was originally built as a corn exchange.
The Corn Hall is now a thriving arts venue offering a wide range of quality entertainment. The Corn Hall’s popularity with audiences from across the region has resulted in it being shortlisted in the Norfolk Arts Awards People’s Choice Best Venue category for the last three years.
The Corn Hall is run by the Diss Corn Hall Trust which is a charity dedicated to the promotion of the performing arts.
The building has now reopened following an extensive refurbishment.
The history of this lovely market town can be traced back to the Domesday Book. Nestled within the beautiful Waveney Valley, the town is home to the Mere, one of the deepest natural inland lakes in the country.
Diss has been named one of the healthiest places to live in Norfolk – only one of a handful of towns awarded Cittaslow (literally slow city) status. The aim of Cittaslow is to improve the quality of life for its residents and visitors, by resisting the day-to-day hustle and bustle of modern times encouraging people to take time over enjoyable aspects of life, including food.