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May, 2020

  • Museum open for 75th VE Day

    Fri, May. 8, 2020 11:00am — 4:00pm

    Advance Notice:- The Museum will be open on Bank Holiday Friday 8th May, for the 75th anniversary of VE Day. 

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  • Special Play about Joe Kennedy- at Parham Airfield

    Sat, May. 9, 2020 4:00pm — 5:00pm

    *NEW EVENT* We are pleased to announce that a new play about the life of Joe Kennedy, who was sadly killed whilst flying over Suffolk, will be shown at 4pm & 7pm at the museum on Saturday 9th May.
    This play will tell the dramatic and tragic story of Joe Kennedy Jnr, the elder brother of JFK, who as a young man seemed destined to become President of the United States – until, that is, the Second World War intervened.
    No Ordinary Joe; No Ordinary Kennedy examines Joe’s complex character, and traces events which led Joe to volunteering for a top-secret and highly dangerous mission, in which he was required to fly a Liberator plane packed with explosives and bail out before it crossed the Channel. Tragically his plane exploded over Blythburgh, Suffolk killing him and his co-pilot.
    The event will be part of our 75th VE Day commemorations.
    Tickets can be bought from our giftshop when we open again for the new season or from this link: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/ink-festival/ink-on-tour-no-ordinary-joe-no-ordinary-kennedy/e-jmgqpk
    Get yours quickly- we think this event will be popular!
    Image may contain: possible text that says 'NO ORDINARY JOE NO ORDINARY KENNEDY The flight that changed history'
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  • Special Play about Joe Kennedy- at Parham Airfield

    Sat, May. 9, 2020 7:00pm — 8:00pm

    *NEW EVENT* We are pleased to announce that a new play about the life of Joe Kennedy, who was sadly killed whilst flying over Suffolk, will be shown at 4pm & 7pm at the museum on Saturday 9th May.
    This play will tell the dramatic and tragic story of Joe Kennedy Jnr, the elder brother of JFK, who as a young man seemed destined to become President of the United States – until, that is, the Second World War intervened.
    No Ordinary Joe; No Ordinary Kennedy examines Joe’s complex character, and traces events which led Joe to volunteering for a top-secret and highly dangerous mission, in which he was required to fly a Liberator plane packed with explosives and bail out before it crossed the Channel. Tragically his plane exploded over Blythburgh, Suffolk killing him and his co-pilot.
    The event will be part of our 75th VE Day commemorations.
    Tickets can be bought from our giftshop when we open again for the new season or from this link: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/ink-festival/ink-on-tour-no-ordinary-joe-no-ordinary-kennedy/e-jmgqpk
    Get yours quickly- we think this event will be popular!
    Image may contain: possible text that says 'NO ORDINARY JOE NO ORDINARY KENNEDY The flight that changed history'
    Read more…

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