UPDATE: This event is fully booked at the moment but if you would like to go on the waiting list for returns please contact Stephen Dix (details below)
The Narth Village Hall in association with
The Woodland Players
An Evening of Supper Theatre
Friday and Saturday 13th and 14th March 2015 at 7.30 pm
The players will perform
LAST TANGO IN LITTLE GRIMLEY by David Tristram
DOGGIES by Jean McConnell
At the January WI meeting, President Ruth Potter welcomed members and visitors to the first meeting of the Centenary year. The Christmas wreath workshop was well attended and those who took part were pleased with their efforts thanks to the guidance of Cathy Russell. The Christmas lunch at The Speech House was a great success and enjoyed by all.
The guest speaker was Dr Ann Benson a landscape historian who gave a talk on the history of Troy House near Mitchell Troy. Continue reading
For all of you who spent the Christmas season scratching your heads over the Film Quiz – here are the answers (pdf download)
Many thanks to Su Watson for organising this and raising funds for the Village Hall.
Coming to The Village Hall Friday 13th February 2015
Don’t open that door!
As soon as the rule is laid down, we know it will be broken. Once the door is opened, then what – adventures!
An evocative and enchanting evening of rich and dynamic storytelling accompanied by visceral, melodic live music.
Online booking is now closed as we have a limited number of tickets left. See below for more details of how to book.
The Spring programme of films to be shown in the Village Hall has been announced. The season starts on 27th February with the comedy What we Did on our Holidays. March’s film is The Lunchbox and in April we are showing The Imitation Game, featuring Benedict Cumberbatch as Alan Turing. More details below:
On Tuesday 20th January the W I have an open evening at The Narth hall with everyone welcome
The speaker is Dr Ann Benson a Landscape Historian talking about
Troy House Estate
The cost to visitors is £2.50 to include refreshments