Oscar Wilde on The Narth: Thursday 13 April

A special event at the hall this April

Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime

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Book Tickets

A gripping tale of love, honour, duty, fortune-telling and murder written by Oscar Wilde and performed by professional theatre company Rocket Theatre.

It’s a light black comedy, suitable for ages 11 and above.

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Quiz & Curry Night Friday 31st March

trophy_with_baseNOW FULLY BOOKED:  With apologies but we cannot fit everyone in!  We have started a waiting list.  If you can no longer come please let us know (contact Pam, details below) so we can re-allocate your space.  Also contact Pam to be added to the waiting list.


Our annual General Knowledge Quiz for the perpetual trophy, on Friday 31st March, with quizmistress Helen King.  Price includes a curry supper, with a vegetarian curry option.

Teams a maximum of 6 people.  Doors open 6.30 pm for a 7.30 pm start.  Tickets £8 per person

Please book in advance as places on the door will be limited.

To book, contact Pam Manfield on 01600 861836 or email pamela.manfield@gmail.com.  Payment can be made by cheque or cash to Pam (cheques to The Narth Village Hall) or online banking (ask for details, or use our usual account if you have details already with’Quiz‘ as the referece).

Otherwise entries on the night on a first-come basis until we reach our maximum capacity of 60 people.

Licensed bar from 6.30pm & raffle – all proceeds to Village Hall funds

Village Defibrillator 2nd March

defib_useA defibrillator is a device that steadies the heart when someone has a cardiac arrest.  There is a defibrillator at the Village Hall available for emergencies. It is easy to use.

To help everyone understand the principles there will be a short training video shown at the hall on

Thursday 2nd March, 7.30pm

This is free of charge and open to all

The hall committee encourages you to attend.  If you doubt whether you will want to use defibrillator_symbolthe device, there is a role in an emergency for other helpers who know where it is located and how to activate it.

For more information on defibrillators see www.bhf.org.uk/heart-health/how-to-save-a-life/defibrillators

Any white elephant goods to spare?

rainbow_basic_bright4Our annual fete and dog show is happening on Sunday 28th August this year and we shall have a white elephant stall, so we are on the scrounge for any decent quality things we can sell – clothes, jewellery, household items, ornaments, books, stationery – anything you don’t want and someone else might (with a few exceptions mentioned below).

We also want items for the raffle and tombola/bottle stalls – it’s all in a good cause! Continue reading

Groundbreaking Comedy comes to The Narth

KepowTheatrePosterWe are delighted to welcome the Kepow Theatre Company, starring Kevin Tomlinson, to our hall on Saturday 30th April with their fantastic show Seven Ages.

Essentially a comedy – with touching moments – Seven Ages premiered at the Edinburgh Festival; garnering 5 star reviews and achieving a sell out run. Transferring to London’s West End, it received a standing ovation on its opening and closing nights. Since then it has been seen at over 300 venues across the UK and had sell out performances all over the world.

And now it’s coming to The Narth Hall, supported by the Arts Council of Wales Night Out (Noson Allan) scheme for rural and touring theatre, which allows professional performances to be experienced in community buildings at subsidised prices. Continue reading

Quiz & Curry Night: Friday 11 March

trophy_with_baseOur annual General Knowledge Quiz in a fun atmosphere for the perpetual trophy, with quizmistress Helen King, and a curry supper.

Teams a maximum of 6 people.  Doors open 6.30 pm for a 7.30 pm start.  Tickets £8 per person

Please book in advance as places on the door will be limited.

To book, contact Pete Walters on 01600 860399, or email plainanne@me.com

Otherwise entries on the night on a first-come basis until we reach our maximum capacity of 60 people.

Licensed bar & raffle – all proceeds to Village Hall funds