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The Female Experience. A solo exhibition of 15 works by figurative artist Tracey Miles BA(hons) PGCE.
Participating in Open Studios.
This annual charity walk, organised by The Save the Children Fund local branch will start at the hall, 10am for the 8 mile walk, 11.30 for 4 miles. Tea for walkers and non walkers will be served in the hall from 3pm, for which donations will be very welcome. Further information, contact Mel on 341484 or Roger 340718.
Deep in the forests of the Pacific Northwest, devoted father (Viggo Mortensen) dedicates his life to transforming his six young children into extraordinary adults. But when tragedy strikes the family, they are forced to leave this self-created paradise and begin a journey into the outside world.
“wonderful – it is heartfelt, comedic, gorgeous and just the right amount of sad.”……. The Guardian
Hunter Muskett is an acoustic/electric 4-piece playing distinctive original songs in a folky, bluesy sometimes Americana vein. Great multi-part harmonies, uid electric guitar and strong songs with a rustic vibe and twist of West Coast rock.
Tickets £11, £10
An old container
A spring fayre by local artists and crafters
Raised on hip-hop and foster care, defiant city kid Ricky gets a fresh start in the New Zealand countryside at home with his new foster family: loving Aunt Bella, cantankerous Uncle Hec, and dog Tupac. When a tragedy strikes that threatens to ship Ricky to another home, both he and Hec go on the run in the bush.
The return of the fabulous Medical Maelstrom with their hilarious evening of musical comedy. A unique act that will leave you with a smile on your face and aching with laughter.
In aid of the Cornwall Samaritans
Tickets £17.50 to include substantial nibbles
One actor. One hour. One man’s epic quest to reunite with his family and seek his bloody revenge. Odyssey follows the Greek warrior Odysseus in his relentless attempt to get home so he can see his wife and son again before he dies. Passionate, highly physical and poignant storytelling brings this breathtaking adventure to life. A journey that will ignite the imagination and awaken the senses.
“The Best of the Fringe .”….. Observer
“Theatre Ad Infinitum have moved to the front of the pack.”…..The Guardian.
“This tour de force of physical theatre is unmissable… a stunning piece of physicalised storytelling.”…..The Stage
Tickets £10Book Online
The group’s sixth exhibition, a display in various mediums by amateur local artists, and creative gifts.
After the death of his older brother Joe, Lee (Casey Affleck) is shocked to learn that Joe has made him sole guardian of his nephew Patrick. Leaving his job, Lee reluctantly returns to Manchester-by- the-Sea to care for Patrick and is forced to deal with a past that separated him from his wife and the community where he was born and raised..
“Manchester By the Sea sings its lonely song with tremendous heart and soul. “….The Guardian
A healthy flower arrangement, using some fruit or vegetables.
Locally made arts and crafts for sale
Five-year-old Saroo lost on a train, travels thousands of miles across India, far from home and family. After learning to survive alone in Kolkata, he is adopted by an Australian couple. Twenty-five years later, with only a handful of memories, unwavering determination, and Google Earth to help, he sets out to find his lost family and home.
A superb mix of jazz, folk and celtic crossover music – taking the audience on a bewitching journey full of melodic grace and inventiveness The line-up features
award-winning songwriters Pippa Marland and Rob King and London jazz piano legend Geoff Castle, inspirational Irish guitarist and vocalist Paul Bradley and virtuoso ddle player Gina Griffin.
‘Glorious… gorgeously haunting’ – Time Out (London ‘Celtic jazz which mesmerises and bewitches’ – Irish Times
Tickets £11, £10
Come and enjoy afternoon tea in an English garden, the home of Mrs Patricia Cross, and be entertained by the Ukulele Orchestra of Constantine.
Tea, assorted sandwiches, cakes. Pimms
Tickets £5 from Tiffa: 340340, or Pat: 340123
Beautiful display and sale of paintings, photographic art and handicrafts.
This Oscar winning film tells the tender, heartbreaking story of a young man’s struggle to find himself, told across three defining chapters in his life as he experiences the ecstasy, pain, and beauty of falling in love, while grappling with his own sexuality.
A hand bag
We are thrilled that the Pretend men have recovered from the car accident that caused the postponement of this great show in February.
The Pretend Men’s critically acclaimed, multi award-winning comedy blockbuster Police Cops is an action-packed hour of adrenaline-fuelled physical comedy, cinematic style and uncompromising facial hair.
Tickets £10, £8Book Online
Lanellen Arts presents…. a new exhibition in Port Navas Village hall: exquisite fused glass seascapes, and abstract ceramic sculpture will feature alongside captivating photography, and poetry by the Midlands based artists Hazel & Phil Thomson.
As well as new work by both artists the exhibition will include Light & Life, a ceramic sculpture by Hazel, which was chosen for the RBSA awards exhibition 2016, and a selection of photographs from Phil Thomson’s Mono 68 series (which has so far been exhibited in Birmingham, Dundee, and Aberdeen).
There will also be poetry performances by Phil Thomson in which he will share some of the pieces from his latest book Still, but still moving. Performance times to be announced.
Light refreshments available.
Private View Friday 4th August 6-8pm
Our annual barbecue with excellent food, expertly barbecued.
No booking necessary, just turn up. £7 per head, under 10s half price.
Local artist Mel Chambers is back with her annual exhibition in Port Navas! This year takes you through the magic of the turning year with its array of cascading colours and beauty. As the seasons flourish and Mother Earth moves through her never-ending cycle we are reminded of the magic held in this adventure called LIFE!
Original paintings, Raku fired ceramics, Alchemy tiles and home made flapjacks – A delight for every sense!
A display of diverse arts and crafts. All locally made.
Something from the beach
Bring items for auction and plate of food for Supper.
Your least used kitchen gadget.