'Make a Mosaic' Workshop with Maggie Campbell
May
20
to May 22

'Make a Mosaic' Workshop with Maggie Campbell

Maggie Campbell is an artist and tutor with over 35 years’ experience of delivering wonderful learning experiences.

Join Maggie for her decorative arts workshop and learn how to make a mosaic picture or place mat by sticking coloured glass tiles to ply boards to make a pattern or picture of your choice.

All art materials will be included in the workshops along with tea and cake!

These sessions are open to all ages, with particular focus towards the elderly.

Join us at one of the following venues:

  • Monday 20th May, 10.30am-12 Midday - Thetford Library

  • Tuesday 21st May, 10am-11.30am - Dereham Library

  • Tuesday 21st May, 2pm-3.30pm - Swaffham Library

  • Wednesday 22nd May, 10am-11.30am - Attleborough Library

    * Please note that Attleborough Library opens at 10am, if you wish to arrive earlier than 10am please arrange Open Access via the Library in advance.

  • Wednesday 22nd May, 2pm-3.30pm - Watton Library

The workshops are FREE to attend, voluntary donations are welcome.

Transport: If you need assistance to attend the event, please contact us using the form below or by calling 01362 656870.

Reserving a place is recommended via the reservation form below or by calling: 01362 656870.

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'Those Magnificent Men' - The Foundry Group
Jun
3
to Jun 7

'Those Magnificent Men' - The Foundry Group

2019 is the centenary of one of the greatest moments of aviation history and a truly British First – the first ever non-stop flight across the Atlantic.

The nail-biting, side-splitting true story of this daredevil flight by pilot Capt. John Alcock and navigator Lt. Arthur Whitten Brown is told in the hit stage play ‘Those Magnificent Men’ by acclaimed writing duo Mitchell & Nixon. In the tiny open cockpit of a converted Vickers biplane, they flew from Newfoundland through dense fog, sleet, snow and hail – sometimes upside down – to Ireland and worldwide celebrity.

To commemorate this centenary, the Foundry Group is once more reviving its highly popular production, starring Radio 4 regular David Mounfield (‘Count Arthur Strong’s Radio Show’) and writer/performer Brian Mitchell (‘The Ministry of Biscuits’) who endeavor to tell the epic tale with just cardboard, two stools and some left-over props.

So strap yourself in and cry “Chocks away!” for a show with thrills, spills and uproarious comedy.

Join us at one of the following venues:

  • Monday 3rd June, 2pm-3.30pm at Ashill Community Centre

  • Tuesday 4th June, 2pm-3.30pm at Harling Old School Village Hall

  • Wednesday 5th June, 2pm-3.30pm at Attleborough Town Hall

  • Thursday 6th June, 2pm-3.30pm at Shipdham All Saints Church

  • Friday 7th June, 2pm-3.30pm at Necton Community Centre

Tickets: £5 including refreshments. Reserving tickets is recommended using the form below or by calling: 01362 656870.

Transport: If you need assistance to attend the event, please contact us using the form below or by calling 01362 656870.

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'Mosaic Magic' with Maggie Campbell
Jul
15
to Jul 17

'Mosaic Magic' with Maggie Campbell

Maggie Campbell is an artist and tutor with over 35 years’ experience of delivering wonderful learning experiences.

Join Maggie for a decorative arts workshop and learn how to mosaic using a process which has an element of surprise and magic.

Working in reverse, you will start by using clay as a mould for your mosaic. Plaster will be poured into the mould and when dry, ,the clay is peeled away to reveal your mosaic design, just like magic!

All materials will be included in the workshop along with tea and cake. At the end of the session you will be able to take your piece of art away with you.

These sessions are open to all ages, with particular focus towards the elderly.

Join us at one of the following venues:

  • Monday 15th July, 10.30am-12 Midday - Thetford Library

  • Tuesday 16th July, 10am-11.30am - Dereham Library

  • Tuesday 16th July, 2pm-3.30pm - Swaffham Library

  • Wednesday 17th July, 10am-11.30am - Attleborough Library

    * Please note that Attleborough Library opens at 10am, if you wish to arrive earlier than 10am please arrange Open Libraries via the Library in advance.

  • Wednesday 17th July, 2pm-3.30pm - Watton Library

The workshops are FREE to attend, voluntary donations are welcome.

Transport: If you need assistance to attend the event, please contact us using the form below or by calling 01362 656870.

Reserving a place is recommended via the reservation form below or by calling: 01362 656870.

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'Desert Island Flicks' - Spiltmilk Dance
Aug
5
to Aug 9

'Desert Island Flicks' - Spiltmilk Dance

A blockbuster, adventure and rom com rolled into one, Desert Island Flicks sees two leading ladies reimagine, remake and spoof 60 of the most memorable movie moments of all time in just 60 minutes, taking on all the lead roles, stunts, and special effects! From timeless classics to modern day marvels, the show celebrates how iconic characters and thrilling plot twists have captured imaginations the world over, bringing people together to laugh, cry, and cheer along in a room full of strangers. Somewhere between a dance performance, sketch show, a night at the movies and an epic game of charades, Desert Island Flicks shines a spotlight on life lessons learnt from the big screen, all set to a sensational soundtrack.

Join us at one of the following venues:

  • Monday 5th August, 2pm-3.30pm at Ashill Community Centre

  • Tuesday 6th August, 2pm-3.30pm at Harling Old School Village Hall

  • Wednesday 7th August, 2pm-3.30pm at Attleborough Town Hall

  • Thursday 8th August, 2pm-3.30pm at Shipdham All Saints Church

  • Friday 9th August, 2pm-3.30pm at Necton Community Centre

Tickets: £5 including refreshments. Reserving tickets is recommended using the form below or by calling: 01362 656870.

Transport: If you need assistance to attend the event, please contact us using the form below or by calling 01362 656870.

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'Beginners Letterpress Printing' with Print to the People
Sep
16
to Sep 18

'Beginners Letterpress Printing' with Print to the People

Print to the People is an artist led, social enterprise dedicated to the production and promotion of traditional printmaking processes

Letterpress is a traditional printing technique that has been used for hundreds of years. Originally developed to print text from metal letters, letterpress has recently been adopted by artists, illustrators and graphic designers as an elegant way to combine text imagery on the page.

Using a collection of antique wood and metal type, participants will be encouraged to experiment and play to make their own series of unique prints!

These sessions are open to all ages, with particular focus towards the elderly.

Join us at one of the following venues:

  • Monday 16th September, 10.30am-12 Midday - Thetford Library

  • Tuesday 17th September, 10am-11.30am - Dereham Library

  • Tuesday 17th September, 2pm-3.30pm - Swaffham Library

  • Wednesday 18th September, 10am-11.30am - Attleborough Library

    * Please note that Attleborough Library opens at 10am, if you wish to arrive earlier than 10am please arrange Open Libraries via the Library in advance.

  • Wednesday 18th September, 2pm-3.30pm - Watton Library

The workshops are FREE to attend, voluntary donations are welcome.

Transport: If you need assistance to attend the event, please contact us using the form below or by calling 01362 656870.

Reserving a place is recommended via the reservation form below or by calling: 01362 656870.

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Tangram Theatre - The Origin of Species
Oct
7
to Oct 11

Tangram Theatre - The Origin of Species

The Tangram Theatre presents John Hinton’s ‘The Origin of Species,’ a musical comedy about Charles Darwin.

This is a joyful, exhilarating musical comedy about the scientist whose (r)evolutionary ideas would change humanity forever – and his real life race to finish fittest in the discovery of evolution. As he rushes headlong towards publication, he can’t help but share his surprising family history, his rollicking adventures aboard the beagle, his unexpected foray into songwriting, and his bizarre obsession with barnacles!

‘The Origin of Species’ has been performed at leading international venues including the Royal Albert Hall and Natural History Museum, receiving critical acclaim and standing ovations across the world.

Join us at one of the following venues:

  • Monday 7th October, 2pm-3.30pm at Ashill Community Centre

  • Tuesday 8th October, 2pm-3.30pm at Harling Old School Village Hall

  • Wednesday 9th October, 2pm-3.30pm at Attleborough Town Hall

  • Thursday 10th October, 2pm-3.30pm at Shipdham All Saints Church

  • Friday 11th October, 2pm-3.30pm at Necton Community Centre

Tickets: £5 including refreshments. Reserving tickets is recommended using the form below or by calling: 01362 656870.

Transport: If you need assistance to attend the event, please contact us using the form below or by calling 01362 656870.

We are delighted to be tying in with Silver Sunday. Find out more about fun events for older people across the UK in October 2019!

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'Letterpress Christmas Cards' with Print to the People
Nov
18
to Nov 20

'Letterpress Christmas Cards' with Print to the People

Following on from September’s ‘Beginners Letterpress Printing’ workshops, join us for the ‘Letterpress Christmas Cards’ workshop. These workshops are facilitated by Print to the People, an artist led social enterprise dedicated to the production and promotion of traditional printmaking processes.

Letterpress is a traditional printing technique that has been used for hundreds of years. Originally developed to print text from metal letters, letterpress has recently been adopted by artists, illustrators and graphic designers as an elegant way to combine text imagery on the page.

Using a collection of antique wood and metal type, participants will be encouraged to further explore letterpress and even print a range of Christmas cards!

These sessions are open to all ages, with particular focus towards the elderly.

Join us at one of the following venues:

  • Monday 18th November, 10.30am-12 Midday - Thetford Library

  • Tuesday 19th November, 10am-11.30am - Dereham Library

  • Tuesday 19th November, 2pm-3.30pm - Swaffham Library

  • Wednesday 20th November, 10am-11.30am - Attleborough Library

    * Please note that Attleborough Library opens at 10am, if you wish to arrive earlier than 10am please arrange Open Libraries via the Library in advance.

  • Wednesday 20th November, 2pm-3.30pm - Watton Library

The workshops are FREE to attend, voluntary donations are welcome.

Transport: If you need assistance to attend the event, please contact us using the form below or by calling 01362 656870.

Reserving a place is recommended via the reservation form below or by calling: 01362 656870.

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Opera Dudes - Licensed to Trill! Performance
Apr
8
to Apr 12

Opera Dudes - Licensed to Trill! Performance

The Opera Dudes - Il Divo meets Morecambe and Wise!

‘Two modern day Mario Lanzas, performing some of the world’s most romantic music, in their own unique vocal arrangements. The Opera Dudes comprise a posh former Cambridge scholar and an ex-builder turned international operatic tenor!’

The Opera Dudes will be performing their show ‘Licensed to Trill’ throughout the Breckland district in April. ‘Be prepared as the Dudes take you on a journey through their crazy careers with wonderful music. The unique cocktail of funny stories, singalongs and heart-rending music will leave you both shaken and stirred.’

Join us at one of the following venues:

  • Monday 8th April, 2pm-3.30pm at Ashill Community Centre

  • Tuesday 9th April, 2pm-3.30pm at Harling Old School Village Hall

  • Wednesday 10th April, 2pm-3.30pm at Attleborough Town Hall

  • Thursday 11th April, 2pm-3.30pm at Shipdham All Saints Church

  • Friday 12th April, 2pm-3.30pm at Necton Community Centre

Tickets: £5 including refreshments. Reserving tickets is recommended using the form below or by calling: 01362 656870.

Transport: If you need assistance to attend the event, please contact us using the form below or by calling 01362 656870.

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'Little Bit of Light' Workshop with Glass House Dance
Mar
18
to Mar 20

'Little Bit of Light' Workshop with Glass House Dance

Come and lighten up your day in a fun filled dance workshop with Laura and Sarah from Glass House Dance. Expect music, moving, games and laughter. 

These sessions are open to all and will include tea and cake!

Join us at one of the following venues:

  • Monday 18th March, 10.30am-12 Midday - Thetford Library

  • Tuesday 19th March, 10am-11.30am - Dereham Library

  • Tuesday 19th March, 2pm-3.30pm - Swaffham Library

  • Wednesday 20th March, 10am-11.30am - Attleborough Library

    * Please note that Attleborough Library opens at 10am, if you wish to arrive earlier than 10am please arrange Open Access via the Library in advance.

  • Wednesday 20th March, 2pm-3.30pm - Watton Library

These sessions are dementia inclusive - no experience is necessary.

The workshops are FREE to attend, voluntary donations are welcome.

Transport: If you need assistance to attend the event, please contact us using the form below or by calling 01362 656870.

Reserving a place is recommended via the reservation form below or by calling: 01362 656870.

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Mat Ricardo vs The World - Performance
Feb
4
to Feb 8

Mat Ricardo vs The World - Performance

Mat Ricardo, the Gentleman Juggler, is one of the most unique, critically-acclaimed, and reliably entertaining variety performers.

About the show: Award-winning cabaret star, and the UK’s most successful juggler, Mat Ricardo, had a problem – after a 30-year career as the go-to guy for jaw-dropping dexterity, he'd run out of new tricks. So he did something stupid. He bet everyone in the world that he could learn any trick they could think of. He devoted the next year attempting to learn them well enough to perform in front of a live audience, in his new show “Mat Ricardo vs The World”

Join us at one of the following venues:

  • Monday 4th February, 2pm-3.30pm at Ashill Community Centre

  • Tuesday 5th February, 2pm-3.30pm at Harling Old School Village Hall

  • Wednesday 6th February, 2pm-3.30pm at Attleborough Town Hall

  • Thursday 7th February, 2pm-3.30pm at Shipdham All Saints Church

  • Friday 8th February, 2pm-3.30pm at Necton Community Centre

Tickets: £5 including refreshments. Reserving tickets is recommended using the form below or by calling: 01362 656870.

Transport: If you need assistance to attend the event, please contact us using the form below or by calling 01362 656870.

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'Dance and Social' Workshop with Glass House Dance
Jan
21
to Jan 23

'Dance and Social' Workshop with Glass House Dance

Join Laura and Sarah from Glass House Dance for a ‘Dance and Social.’ A fun and uplifting Hollywood extravaganza!

These sessions are open to all, and include music, games and dancing to the worlds greatest musicals. 

We positively encourage dressing up! And what would a social dance be without tea and cake!

Join us at one of the following venues:

  • Monday 21st January, 10am-11.30am - Thetford Library

  • Tuesday 22nd January, 10am-11.30am - Dereham Library

  • Tuesday 22nd January, 2pm-3.30pm - Swaffham Library

  • Wednesday 23rd January, 10am-11.30am - Attleborough Library

  • Wednesday 23rd January, 2pm-3.30pm - Watton Library

These sessions are dementia inclusive and everyone is welcome - no experience is necessary.

The workshops are FREE to attend, voluntary donations are welcome.

Transport: If you need assistance to attend the event, please contact us using the form below or by calling 01362 656870.

Reserving a place is recommended via the reservation form below or by calling: 01362 656870.

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BOWJANGLES 'EXCALIBOW'
Nov
26
to Nov 30

BOWJANGLES 'EXCALIBOW'

The intrepid string quartet Bowjangles present their most magical show so far; a theatrical, musical journey through myths, folklore, legends and a portal in a cello case, in the quest to find the most priceless relic of all, a magical violin bow known as Excalibow. 

Expect tales of monsters, ancient gods, historical figures and characters of pure fantasy in this action packed show, all presented in Bowjangles' own inimitable and unique style, full of comedy, energy, panache and almost every musical genre you can imagine; may contain traces of Abba.

Tickets: £5 including refreshments (available on the door or reserve your ticket using the form below)

  • Monday 26 Nov. 2pm - 3:30pm Attleborough Methodist Church

  • Tuesday 27 Nov. 2pm - 3:30pm Swaffham Assembly Rooms

  • Wednesday 28 Nov. 2pm - 3:30pm Dereham Trinity Church

  • Thursday 29 Nov. 2pm - 3:30pm Harling Old School Village Hall

  • Friday 30 Nov. 2pm - 3:30pm Watton Christian Community Centre

Transport: If you need assistance to attend the event, please contact us using the form below

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MUSIC MAKING WORKSHOPS
Nov
12
to Nov 14

MUSIC MAKING WORKSHOPS

Join Joe and Carl for a creative music making sessions that explore songs, music and instruments in a relaxed and welcoming environment.

Each session will involve singing, drumming, exploring unusual instruments with an emphasis on fun and enjoyment - and with lots of tea and cake!

Everyone is welcome - no experience or booking necessary (although you can register your interest using the form below) 

  • Monday 12th Nov. 10am - 11:30am at Dereham Meeting Point

  • Monday 12th Nov. 2pm - 3:30pm at Harling Old School Hall

  • Tuesday 13th Nov. 2pm - 3:30pm at Watton Christian Community Centre

  • Wednesday 14th Nov. 10am - 11:30am at Attleborough Methodist Church

  • Wednesday 14th Nov. 2pm - 3.30pm at Swaffham Community Centre

These workshop are free to attend, voluntary donations are welcome. 

Transport: If you need assistance to attend the event, please contact us using the form below.

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MUSIC OF OUR ANCESTORS - ANNA MUDEKA
Nov
5
to Nov 9

MUSIC OF OUR ANCESTORS - ANNA MUDEKA

Immerse yourself in the music of Zimbabwean singer Anna Mudeka, as she takes you on a journey through her homeland

Seamlessly weaving story with song, Anna brings the experience of southern African culture to audiences across Breckland. Her powerful vocals & instrumental artistry bring alive the rich musical tradition of Zimbabwe in a performance that is soothing, uplifting and educational.

Afternoon performances take place in Libraries across the district.

  • Monday 5th Nov. 2pm - 4pm Watton Library

  • Tuesday 6th Nov. 2pm - 4pm Dereham Library

  • Wednesday 7th Nov. 2pm - 4pm Attleborough Library

  • Thursday 8th Nov. 2pm - 4pm Thetford Library

  • Friday 9th Nov. 2pm - 4pm Swaffham Library

Tickets: £5 - refreshments included (available on the door or in advance using the form below)

Transport: If you need assistance to attend the event, please contact us using the form below

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SINGING, MOVING AND AFRICAN DRUMMING WORKSHOPS - ANNA MUDEKA
Oct
1
to Oct 3

SINGING, MOVING AND AFRICAN DRUMMING WORKSHOPS - ANNA MUDEKA

Let your soul rise to the rhythms of Africa, as Anna takes you on an uplifting journey. 

Feel the beats through your body, from the songs of Anna's Zimbabwean ancerstors

Feel totally free and energised as you shake your body to the beat of Africa and leave with a smile!

Everyone is welcome - no experience or booking necessary. 

This series of workshops are free to attend in Libraries across the district. Voluntary donations are welcome. 

  •  Monday 1st Oct. 10am -11:30 am - Thetford Library

  • Tuesday 2nd Oct. 10am - 11:30am - Dereham Library

  • Tuesday 2nd Oct. 2pm - 3:30pm - Swaffham Library

  • Wednesday 3rd Oct. 10am -11:30am - Attleborough Library

  • Wednesday 3rd Oct. 2pm -3.30pm - Watton Library

Transport: If you need assistance to attend the event, please contact us 

Register your interest, book tickets or for transport, contact us using the form below:

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Doctor Zeeman's Catastophe Machine - Performance by Martin Figura
Jul
20
2:00 PM14:00

Doctor Zeeman's Catastophe Machine - Performance by Martin Figura

"[Martin] Figura was a revelation - funny, sharp & on top form." - Robert McCrum, The Observer

Is there a mathematical equation for love & the behaviour of a beating heart? What can be retrieved from life's catastrophes & wounds? Martin turns to Dr Zeeman, the moon & photographs to sort out love, loss & when to let go. 

Tickets: £5.00 each 

Free local transport available for those without access to a car or public transport. 

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Doctor Zeeman's Catastophe Machine - Performance by Martin Figura
Jul
19
2:00 PM14:00

Doctor Zeeman's Catastophe Machine - Performance by Martin Figura

"[Martin] Figura was a revelation - funny, sharp & on top form." - Robert McCrum, The Observer

Is there a mathematical equation for love & the behaviour of a beating heart? What can be retrieved from life's catastrophes & wounds? Martin turns to Dr Zeeman, the moon & photographs to sort out love, loss & when to let go. 

Tickets: £5.00 each 

Free local transport available for those without access to a car or public transport. 

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Doctor Zeeman's Catastophe Machine - Performance by Martin Figura
Jul
18
2:00 PM14:00

Doctor Zeeman's Catastophe Machine - Performance by Martin Figura

"[Martin] Figura was a revelation - funny, sharp & on top form." - Robert McCrum, The Observer

Is there a mathematical equation for love & the behaviour of a beating heart? What can be retrieved from life's catastrophes & wounds? Martin turns to Dr Zeeman, the moon & photographs to sort out love, loss & when to let go. 

Tickets: £5.00 each 

Free local transport available for those without access to a car or public transport. 

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Doctor Zeeman's Catastophe Machine - Performance by Martin Figura
Jul
17
2:00 PM14:00

Doctor Zeeman's Catastophe Machine - Performance by Martin Figura

"[Martin] Figura was a revelation - funny, sharp & on top form." - Robert McCrum, The Observer

Is there a mathematical equation for love & the behaviour of a beating heart? What can be retrieved from life's catastrophes & wounds? Martin turns to Dr Zeeman, the moon & photographs to sort out love, loss & when to let go. 

Tickets: £5.00 each 

Free local transport available for those without access to a car or public transport. 

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Doctor Zeeman's Catastophe Machine - Performance by Martin Figura
Jul
16
2:00 PM14:00

Doctor Zeeman's Catastophe Machine - Performance by Martin Figura

"[Martin] Figura was a revelation - funny, sharp & on top form." - Robert McCrum, The Observer

Is there a mathematical equation for love & the behaviour of a beating heart? What can be retrieved from life's catastrophes & wounds? Martin turns to Dr Zeeman, the moon & photographs to sort out love, loss & when to let go. 

Tickets: £5.00 each 

Free local transport available for those without access to a car or public transport. 

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The Little Love Cabaret - Performance by Spiltmilk
Jul
6
2:00 PM14:00

The Little Love Cabaret - Performance by Spiltmilk

Packed with passion, The Little Love Cabaret is a love-struck scrapbook of true life tales. Fairytale romances, obsessions, awkward break-ups & everyday acts of affection are combined in a heart-warming & heart-breaking cabaret performance. 

"Somewhere between a sketch show, rom-com & a glitter bomb - join us for an all singing, all dancing afternoon of joy!"

Spiltmilk Dance have been sticking a big fat ray of sunshine into the world of contemporary dance since 2006. 

Tickets: £5.00 each 

Free local transport available for those without access to a car or public transport. 

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The Little Love Cabaret - Performance by Spiltmilk
Jul
5
2:00 PM14:00

The Little Love Cabaret - Performance by Spiltmilk

Packed with passion, The Little Love Cabaret is a love-struck scrapbook of true life tales. Fairytale romances, obsessions, awkward break-ups & everyday acts of affection are combined in a heart-warming & heart-breaking cabaret performance. 

"Somewhere between a sketch show, rom-com & a glitter bomb - join us for an all singing, all dancing afternoon of joy!"

Spiltmilk Dance have been sticking a big fat ray of sunshine into the world of contemporary dance since 2006. 

Tickets: £5.00 each 

Free local transport available for those without access to a car or public transport. 

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The Little Love Cabaret - Performance by Spiltmilk
Jul
4
2:00 PM14:00

The Little Love Cabaret - Performance by Spiltmilk

Packed with passion, The Little Love Cabaret is a love-struck scrapbook of true life tales. Fairytale romances, obsessions, awkward break-ups & everyday acts of affection are combined in a heart-warming & heart-breaking cabaret performance. 

"Somewhere between a sketch show, rom-com & a glitter bomb - join us for an all singing, all dancing afternoon of joy!"

Spiltmilk Dance have been sticking a big fat ray of sunshine into the world of contemporary dance since 2006. 

Tickets: £5.00 each 

Free local transport available for those without access to a car or public transport. 

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The Little Love Cabaret - Performance by Spiltmilk
Jul
3
2:00 PM14:00

The Little Love Cabaret - Performance by Spiltmilk

Packed with passion, The Little Love Cabaret is a love-struck scrapbook of true life tales. Fairytale romances, obsessions, awkward break-ups & everyday acts of affection are combined in a heart-warming & heart-breaking cabaret performance. 

"Somewhere between a sketch show, rom-com & a glitter bomb - join us for an all singing, all dancing afternoon of joy!"

Spiltmilk Dance have been sticking a big fat ray of sunshine into the world of contemporary dance since 2006. 

Tickets: £5.00 each 

Free local transport available for those without access to a car or public transport. 

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The Little Love Cabaret - Performance by Spiltmilk
Jul
2
2:00 PM14:00

The Little Love Cabaret - Performance by Spiltmilk

Packed with passion, The Little Love Cabaret is a love-struck scrapbook of true life tales. Fairytale romances, obsessions, awkward break-ups & everyday acts of affection are combined in a heart-warming & heart-breaking cabaret performance. 

"Somewhere between a sketch show, rom-com & a glitter bomb - join us for an all singing, all dancing afternoon of joy!"

Spiltmilk Dance have been sticking a big fat ray of sunshine into the world of contemporary dance since 2006. 

Tickets: £5.00 each 

Free local transport available for those without access to a car or public transport. 

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'Ministry of Biscuits' Performance by the Foundry Group
Jun
15
2:00 PM14:00

'Ministry of Biscuits' Performance by the Foundry Group

Set in London, 1948. The Ministry of Biscuits casts their sinister shadow over every tea time elevenses in the land. Established to'control biscuits, it prohibits decadent sweetmeats, such as the Gypsy Cream. But when  junior designer, Cedric Hobson,  falls in love & creates a biscuit to shake confectionary to its very foundations, his world & the Ministry, are turned upside down.

“What an absolutely ripping wheeze…a top-hole musical comedy without a trace of Lloyd-Webber anywhere…a highly entertaining, clever show, packed with neat one liners”
- The Stage

Tickets: £5.00 each 

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'Ministry of Biscuits' Performance by the Foundry Group
Jun
14
2:00 PM14:00

'Ministry of Biscuits' Performance by the Foundry Group

Set in London, 1948. The Ministry of Biscuits casts their sinister shadow over every tea time elevenses in the land. Established to'control biscuits, it prohibits decadent sweetmeats, such as the Gypsy Cream. But when  junior designer, Cedric Hobson,  falls in love & creates a biscuit to shake confectionary to its very foundations, his world & the Ministry, are turned upside down.

“What an absolutely ripping wheeze…a top-hole musical comedy without a trace of Lloyd-Webber anywhere…a highly entertaining, clever show, packed with neat one liners”
- The Stage

Tickets: £5.00 each 

Transport: If you need assistance to attend the event, please contact us 

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'Ministry of Biscuits' Performance by the Foundry Group
Jun
13
2:00 PM14:00

'Ministry of Biscuits' Performance by the Foundry Group

Set in London, 1948. The Ministry of Biscuits casts their sinister shadow over every tea time elevenses in the land. Established to'control biscuits, it prohibits decadent sweetmeats, such as the Gypsy Cream. But when  junior designer, Cedric Hobson,  falls in love & creates a biscuit to shake confectionary to its very foundations, his world & the Ministry, are turned upside down.

“What an absolutely ripping wheeze…a top-hole musical comedy without a trace of Lloyd-Webber anywhere…a highly entertaining, clever show, packed with neat one liners”
- The Stage

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'Ministry of Biscuits' Performance by the Foundry Group
Jun
12
2:00 PM14:00

'Ministry of Biscuits' Performance by the Foundry Group

Set in London, 1948. The Ministry of Biscuits casts their sinister shadow over every tea time elevenses in the land. Established to'control biscuits, it prohibits decadent sweetmeats, such as the Gypsy Cream. But when  junior designer, Cedric Hobson,  falls in love & creates a biscuit to shake confectionary to its very foundations, his world & the Ministry, are turned upside down.

“What an absolutely ripping wheeze…a top-hole musical comedy without a trace of Lloyd-Webber anywhere…a highly entertaining, clever show, packed with neat one liners”
- The Stage

Tickets: £5.00 each 

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'Ministry of Biscuits' Performance by the Foundry Group
Jun
11
2:00 PM14:00

'Ministry of Biscuits' Performance by the Foundry Group


Set in London, 1948. The Ministry of Biscuits casts their sinister shadow over every tea time elevenses in the land. Established to'control biscuits, it prohibits decadent sweetmeats, such as the Gypsy Cream. But when  junior designer, Cedric Hobson,  falls in love & creates a biscuit to shake confectionary to its very foundations, his world & the Ministry, are turned upside down.

“What an absolutely ripping wheeze…a top-hole musical comedy without a trace of Lloyd-Webber anywhere…a highly entertaining, clever show, packed with neat one liners”
- The Stage

Tickets: £5.00 each 

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Martin Figura - Memory Sharing & Poetry Writing Workshop
Jun
6
10:00 AM10:00

Martin Figura - Memory Sharing & Poetry Writing Workshop

Award winning poet & experienced workshop leader Martin Figura, invites you to explore writing from personal memory in this free session.

This workshop will explore how to extract memories & use them to create poems which will engage & move the reader. 

You are welcome to bring photos or personal objects to give you inspiration. 

Everyone is welcome - no experience or booking necessary. 

This workshop is free to attend, voluntary donations are welcome. 

Transport assistance available. 

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Martin Figura - Memory Sharing & Poetry Writing Workshop
Jun
5
2:00 PM14:00

Martin Figura - Memory Sharing & Poetry Writing Workshop

Award winning poet & experienced workshop leader Martin Figura, invites you to explore writing from personal memory in this free session.

This workshop will explore how to extract memories & use them to create poems which will engage & move the reader. 

You are welcome to bring photos or personal objects to give you inspiration. 

Everyone is welcome - no experience or booking necessary. 

This workshop is free to attend, voluntary donations are welcome. 

Transport assistance available. 

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Martin Figura - Memory Sharing & Poetry Writing Workshop
Jun
5
10:30 AM10:30

Martin Figura - Memory Sharing & Poetry Writing Workshop

Award winning poet & experienced workshop leader Martin Figura, invites you to explore writing from personal memory in this free session.

This workshop will explore how to extract memories & use them to create poems which will engage & move the reader. 

You are welcome to bring photos or personal objects to give you inspiration. 

Everyone is welcome - no experience or booking necessary. 

This workshop is free to attend, voluntary donations are welcome. 

Transport assistance available. 

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Martin Figura - Memory Sharing & Poetry Writing Workshop
Jun
4
2:00 PM14:00

Martin Figura - Memory Sharing & Poetry Writing Workshop

Award winning poet & experienced workshop leader Martin Figura, invites you to explore writing from personal memory in this free session.

This workshop will explore how to extract memories & use them to create poems which will engage & move the reader. 

You are welcome to bring photos or personal objects to give you inspiration. 

Everyone is welcome - no experience or booking necessary. 

This workshop is free to attend, voluntary donations are welcome. 

Transport assistance available. 

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Martin Figura - Memory Sharing & Poetry Writing Workshop
Jun
4
10:00 AM10:00

Martin Figura - Memory Sharing & Poetry Writing Workshop

Award winning poet & experienced workshop leader Martin Figura, invites you to explore writing from personal memory in this free session.

This workshop will explore how to extract memories & use them to create poems which will engage & move the reader. 

You are welcome to bring photos or personal objects to give you inspiration. 

Everyone is welcome - no experience or booking necessary. 

This workshop is free to attend, voluntary donations are welcome. 

Transport assistance available. 

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Spiltmilk Creative Workshop
May
4
10:00 AM10:00

Spiltmilk Creative Workshop

Join the ladies from Spiltmilk to share stories, have a boogie & listen to favourite songs - lots of laughs to be had!

Centred on love, the session will focus on all things that make life brilliant; favourite recipes,
hobbies or destinations. This workshop includes craft, storytelling & movement exercise - with plenty of tea & cake!

Spiltmilk work across the country, sprinkling joy into community settings. Everyone is welcome - no experience or booking necessary. 

This workshop is free to attend, voluntary donations are welcome. 

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Spiltmilk Creative Workshop
May
3
2:00 PM14:00

Spiltmilk Creative Workshop

Join the ladies from Spiltmilk to share stories, have a boogie & listen to favourite songs - lots of laughs to be had!

Centred on love, the session will focus on all things that make life brilliant; favourite recipes,
hobbies or destinations. This workshop includes craft, storytelling & movement exercise - with plenty of tea & cake!

Spiltmilk work across the country, sprinkling joy into community settings. Everyone is welcome - no experience or booking necessary. 

This workshop is free to attend, voluntary donations are welcome. 

Transport assistance available. 

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