Tolmen Centre News

The programme for the start of 2015 at The Tolmen Centre is being prepared over the next few weeks. A couple of exciting dates are already in place for January. On Saturday 10th we will host the third – and probably the best ever – ‘Feast of Fun’ with a lovely mix of lighthearted locally produced comedy followed by a party with live music, food and fun for all. The following week, January 17th, we have a treat for lovers of folk music: a concert from Steve Knightley, one half of folk legends Show of Hands. There’ll be plenty more to savour in the early 2015 programme. The de- tails will appear on the website www.tolmencentre.co.uk and in the leaflet which will be distributed in the New Year.

Meanwhile, November brings the new play from Pipeline – ‘Streaming’ – which plays for three nights in early November. There’s more folk music later in the month (see right), and in December, ‘Medical Maelstrom,’ followed by the welcome return of Miracle Theatre with ‘Dr Livingstone I Presume’ to provide pre-Christmas entertain- ment for all the family.

Finally, we have restarted the legendary Tolmen Family Drama Group sessions on Thursday nights. There’s already a full complement of youngsters, but more grown- ups are needed to balance the group. Learn about making theatre by joining in with this vibrant group – all you need is enthusiasm and commitment, and being able to turn up on Thursday evenings. Phone Tod Welch on 01326 341045 to find out how to get involved.

Charlie Pugh

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