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Mudam butterfly: What happened next?

2 April 2015

Madam Butterfly is one the world’s best-loved operas and many people wonder what happens to Butterfly's son at the end. A new play, ‘Mme. Butterfly: The One Man Opera’, at The Spring Arts and Heritage Centre in Havant has the answer.

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UK Premiece of ‘Nelson: The Sailors’ story’ comes to Havant

2 April 2015

RSC and West End performer Nicholas Collett follows up his hit show ‘Spitfire Solo’ with a spectacular feast of ocean-going action, surprise and song in the UK premiere of ‘Nelson – The Sailors’ Story’ at The Spring Arts and Heritage Centre in Havant on Thursday 9th April 2015 at 7.30 pm.

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Hampshire’s railway history inspires duo of new plays

24 March 2015

It’s full steam ahead for Hampshire-based theatre company Forest Forge as they bring two brand new plays, together entitled Leaves on a Line and both inspired by Hampshire’s railway history, to The Spring Arts & Heritage Centre on Friday 28th March at 1.45pm & 7.30pm and Hayling Island’s Station Theatre on Saturday 29th March at 7.30pm.

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An Enigma machine at The Spring

4 March 2015

The Spring Arts and Heritage Centre is delighted to announce a special talk by Dr Mark Baldwin which will feature a hands-on demonstration of one of the very few surviving Enigma machines. The talk will take place on Thursday 30 July at 8.00pm.

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Waterloo – A Foregone Conclusion

21 January 2015

Professor Tony Pointon of the University of Portsmouth will present a talk at The Spring Arts and Heritage Centre on Thursday 25 June, explaining his theories about what really happened at the Battle of Waterloo.

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