A play by Ailsa Jenkins, starring Nicola Reynolds
Coming to the Village Hall, Tuesday 22nd October
A few years ago, Mari realised she had disappeared. Shocked but undaunted, she’s decided to use this misfortune to her advantage. Get ready for red lipstick, rubber bands and retribution as Mari attempts to right the wrongs of her community.
But there’s something else behind her crusade. Can she make peace with the past to fix her present? Can she make herself visible to those who matter most to her?
The Invisible Woman is a one-woman dark comedy about ageing ungracefully and searching for significance, written by Ailsa Jenkins and inspired by her own disappearance. It is performed by Welsh actress Nicola Reynolds.
Doors and bar open 7.30pm for an 8pm start.
Acclaimed Bristol based band Carmina are coming to The Narth on Saturday 11th May, (doors open 7pm for 7.30pm start) and we advise you to get your tickets early!
Carmina play a beautiful mix of folk, Celtic and jazz (it has been described as ‘Celtic Soul’). It’s difficult to categorise – if you haven’t heard them before you’ll understand if you listen to some of their music and find out more about their impressive musical backgrounds on www.carmina.co.uk. They will be appearing for us as a five-piece band.
We are able to book them for our village hall thanks to the support of the The Arts Council of Wales’ Night Out scheme (Noson Allan). The Arts Council works in partnership with local authorities to help voluntary group bring top quality artists to the heart of their communities.
Numbers are limited by the size of the hall. Tickets are £8.50 and can be purchased Continue reading
UPDATE: This event is close to being sold out. Please call Stephen Dix on 01600 860664 to confirm availability.
A very special Night Out featuring acclaimed singer Apphia Campbell, at the hall on Saturday 10th November
American singer Apphia Campbell has appeared on stages in New York and Shanghai, and at the Edinburgh Fringe. This is her first UK tour and thanks to funding from the Welsh Arts Council we are able to see her at our local village hall. Continue reading