West Street Potters are celebrating the Farnham Craft Town event this year by presenting “Throwing on the wheel” in the Farnham Library Saturday Oct 4th 10.00-12.00 and 2.00-4,00. We will try to be quiet but I fear it will be almost impossible. Let’s hope we will not wreak as much havoc as we normally do!
Come and watch, perhaps participate a little and do bring a friend.
A wide range of activities hosted by 318 Ceramics at Farnham Pottery to support the Farnham Craft Town celebrations during October. There are still spaces on these events, so please take the opportunity to have a go at something a bit different.
On Monday 22 Sep 2014, 8:00PM at Holybourne theatre, we are very proud to present SLAVERY
by Nuworks, an Australian drama company that delivered a wonderful performance of ‘Midsummer nights dream ‘ two years ago at Holybourne Theatre. They are returning for one night only with Slavery.
Slavery is a mostly factual historical account of what became known as The Zong Massacre, an infamous legal case that went to trial in London in …1783. The Possible Dreams Choir, from Swaziland, form a backdrop to the action of the drama and sing throughout the play.
Do not miss the opportunity to see this drama company in action. You will be thrilled. Buy tickets from the Wool shop, Market Street, Alton, on the door or online ( see holybourne theatre facebook page or our website www.holybournetheatre.co.uk
I thought that you should know the true nature of “The Possible Dreams Choir” many of the members are orphans, or disabled or have HIV. They sing to raise funds for their local community. We will be making a donation to their cause. Their need is great.
Please come and support them by coming to the theatre on Monday or if you cant please forward this email to friends and relations.
After the performance you can meet the cast and choir members in The Queens Head where we will be going for a night cap.
So sorry to mention the ‘C’ word in October, but I have the following information from Elaine, which following the successful sales at the HODs last weekend….might get you in the mood for making in time for this event.
We now have the Christmas fair to look forward to.
The date is Friday 5th December 6pm-9pm.
If any one would like a stall please email into Elaine (firstname.lastname@example.org)
As for last year the tables are £20 each.
We’ll have live music in the Minstral gallery and plenty of things to eat.
My thanks to all the Fancy Lofters.
Six people from Christine Bull’s Tuesday Evening Class shared three tables at the Heritage Open weekend. They were: Amy Marriot, Jane Ross, Mary Turvil, Sheila Purvis, Jane Henderson and Jane Bowden. They were all pleased with their sales and enjoyed the weekend.