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WELCOME !

 

For general info about hiring the hall please check out the 'Hiring the Hall' page.

Yoga with Catbrook resident, Tracey Beal, takes place in the hall every Thursday from 9.30 - 11am. Please click on the logo for all the details and dates.

Saturday 8 June

Kids 'N' Craft

10 - 11.30am

Come along to our May session in our new 

Kids 'n' Crafts Club. You can find all the details by clicking on the logo on the right.

 

Places filled up very quickly for the two sessions so far, so don't delay in registering and booking your place.

Monday 17 June

Coffee & Craft

2pm - 4pm

 

Each month we try our hands at something fun so why not come along for a cuppa and a natter, and maybe try your hand at whatever craft we're attempting. It's very informal, so do join us! If you’d like a coffee or tea, that’s £1. If you’d like cake that’s £1 too.

At this June meeting we're going to find out how to make compost bin liners out of newspaper!

June Book Club

Monday 17 June 7pm - 8.30pm

This month we will be discussing "The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo" by Taylor Jenkins Reid.

 

Do come and join us - it's very friendly and informal and just £3 to cover hall hire and refreshments... 

New members are always welcome - please click on the cat for more details.

To book your place please contact andrew.pullan@icloud.com 

Age guidance: Suitable for ages 12+

Content warning: There are descriptions of eviction by authorities. Suicide is mentioned but there is no detailed description.

Saturday 29 June

The Ragged Storytelling Collective present 'Binderella'

Tickets £10 (U16 £5 with an adult) 

Doors open 7pm, show starts 7.30pm

A baby cries in a bin at night - as a Faceless Man carves land for profit; a tall tower rises - as the World Tree shakes; and the fate of the earth hangs upon a single silken spider's thread.

Binderella is a tale for our times, the wild birth-myth of an Anti-Goddess who challenges the forces of greed and despair that seek to steal the future from us. This anarchistic wonder story peeks through the cracks in our society, fusing an environmental rallying cry with an uplifting call for compassion and courage in this age of crisis. 

In this debut performance The Ragged Storytelling Collective (Kestrel, Heulwen and Hazel) weave their unique patchwork vision, stitching the raw energy of punk storytelling with a haunting thread of Welsh folk melody and song in this fiercely modern epic.

Originally developed through Beyond the Border Storytelling Festival's New Voices scheme in 2021 and made possible through investment from Arts Council Wales National lottery Funding. With creative support from internationally acclaimed storyteller Daniel Morden, and leading Welsh folk musician Oliver Wilson Dixon, this show will leave you spellbound. 

"Kestrel is a dynamic and passionate performer with a unique vision. Binderella is a compelling mash-up of memoir, myth and the Matrix. A must-see!" Daniel Morden

“A back-alley fairytale, scavenged, upcycled and retold!”
“I defy anyone not to enjoy this show!”

And an early save the date!

'A Question of Stuff'

Saturday 28th September 

7.30pm (doors open 7pm)

Fiona and Jeremy Creasey's fabulous fun trivia quiz is coming back to the hall on 28th September, so put the date in your diary!

There will be teams of up to six (with entry at £2.50 per person) as well as prizes and a licensed bar.

Email Fiona to book or for more information...

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