Sunday 1st April 2018
EASTER BONNET PARADE
Make an Easter Bonnet or just enjoy the spectacle of people in the parade wearing their Easter Bonnets.
Easter Bonnets gather
14.00 at the Baptist Church, Broad Street.
EASTER BONNET PARADE
15.00 from the Baptist Church, Broad Street, led by the Mayor finishing at
the Jubilee Pavilion on the sea front. Majorettes forming part of the
MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS
CINEMA: When a murder occurs on the train he’s travelling on, celebrated
detective Hercule Poirot is recruited to solve the case. Certificate 12.
£4 advance / £3 advance Theatre Friends / £6 on the door Bar opens
6:30 P.M., starts 7:30 P.M.
Monday 2nd Easter Monday Bank Holiday
12 noon Higher Mill Flats, nr Woodmead Road Bridge
CINEMA: Meryl Streep stars in this British drama, set in 1912 and
1913, that tells the story of the suffragette movement. Certificate 12.
£4 advance / £3 advance Theatre Friends / £6.50 on the door
opens 6:30 P.M., starts 7:30 P.M www.marinetheatre.com
April 2018 Lyme Regis
For the Easter holidays, the Marine presents Lyme Regis Children’s Week
– five days jostling with fun activities based on ‘The Beach’.
CHILDREN’S YOGA Join Sarah
Higgins on a yogi-advanceenture. Beginning yoga early encourages self-esteem
and body awareness with a physical activity that’s noncompetitive. As well
as increasing strength, flexibility and coordination, yoga promotes
concentration and a sense of calmness. 4-7 years 10 A.M. 8-12
years 11:15 A.M. £4 / £3 Theatre Friends www.marinetheatre.com
BUILDING WORKSHOP AT THE STORY BOAT A drop-in
workshop with traditional boat-builder and artist, Gail McGarva, for
children of all ages.
Children will get the chance to rivet their own miniature plank. The
Story Boat is outside the Marine Theatre for Children’s Week.
£2, pay at event 10 A.M ~ 1 P.M.
SAVING LIVES AT SEA – LYME REGIS AND THE RNLI:
Hear exciting tales of rescue and advanceenture from Ian Marshall of the
Lyme Regis Lifeboat Station, whilst learning to keep safe and have fun
on the coast. Free, just turn up. 3:45 P.M. ~ 4:45 P.M.
THE SEA IN SONG:
£6 per family, £5 Theatre Friends per family 2 P.M. ~ 3 P.M.
THE SEASIDE – ART WORKSHOP
Marvellous Makers are hosting a drop-in parent and child art café.
Activities will include painting, printing and gluing, using different
ways to fire up the imagination and explore ideas about the seaside.
£4 / £3 Theatre Friends 11 A.M. ~ 1 P.M.
WEDNESDAY 4 APRIL
Join the Friends of Lyme Regis Museum for a dinosaur and fossil-based
craft workshop. This event takes place at Lyme Regis Museum, Bridge St,
Lyme Regis, DT7 3QA and is for all ages. Free with museum
admission, just turn up 11 A.M. to 3 P.M.
WEDNESDAY 4 APRIL – SATURDAY 7 APRIL
Tours of the Town Mill’s working watermill run daily during Children’s
Week. This event takes place at The Town Mill, Mill Lane, Lyme Regis,
Dorset, DT7 3PU. For all ages. Donations, just turn up. 11
A.M. - 4 P.M
WEDNESDAY 4 APRIL
MERMAID BISCUIT DECORATING
Create a Magical Mermaid cookie and a Mermaid’s Tail biscuit, using
different icing and decoration techniques.These events take place at the
Town Mill Bakehouse Attic, Mill Lane, Lyme Regis DT7 3PU. £3
advance from townmill.org.uk 2:15 P.M. ~ 3:15 P.M. & 3:30
P.M. ~ 4:30 P.M.
OUTon the door CINEMA INon the doorS! THE LITTLE MERMAID
Bring blankets and cushions, and spread out to have a picnic overlooking
the sea whilst watching this Disney classic. £4 / £3 Theatre
Friends Starts 12:45 P.M. www.marinetheatre.com
DEBATING CAFÉ – CREATING PLASTIC FREE OCEANS
This lively event is run by Litter Free Coast and Sea to discuss
environmental and conservation issues. For ages 9 and over. Free
event ~ just turn up 1:30 P.M. ~ 3 P.M. www.marinetheatre.com
IN THE BAND JAM SESSION
is a fun and lively musical experience for young people to find out what
it is like to be in band. They’ll learn some music and perform at the
end for parents – all in one session. For ages 9 to 13. £10 / £9
Theatre Friends 3:45 P.M. ~ 6:45 P.M. www.marinetheatre.com
THURSDAY 5 APRIL
FUNKEE MUNKEES’ MUSIC GROUP
Join Declan Duffy for a fun and engaging music session with puppets,
props and percussion! For ages 0 to 6. £5 advance & on the door
10 A.M. ~ 10:45 A.M. www.marinetheatre.com
THE TIGER WHO CAME TO TEA TREASURE HUNT
Prowl around Lyme with a painted face on an advanceenturous hunt, based
on the classic children’s book by Judith Kerr. Meet for the start of the
hunt at Serendip Bookshop, 11 Broad St, Lyme Regis DT7 3QD and is for
all ages. Free, just turn up. 10 A.M. ~ 11 A.M.
TIGER PAW PRINT DECORATING
Complementing the theme of ‘The Tiger That Came to Tea’ treasure hunt,
drop into the Town Mill and decorate tiger paw cookies.This event takes
place at the Town Mill Bakehouse Attic, Mill Lane, Lyme Regis DT7 3PU.
Suitable for all ages, £3, Drop-in activity, no need to book
10 A.M. ~ 3 P.M.
WILD FOOD AND WILD ART WANDER
Wander along the beach with Chris Holland – collect some wild greens and
make some wild art. He is a leading inspiration in environmental
education for families and schools across the world. He book, ‘I Love my
World’ is “a must have for all” according to Michael Morpurgo.
This is an all ages family event that takes place on Lyme Regis beach
(meet at the Lifeboat Station, Ozone Terrace, Lyme Regis DT7 3JJ).
£7 per family advance 10:45 A.M. ~ 1 P.M.
CREATIVE MOVEMENT AND DANCE
Aimee Symes of Bridport Dance leads an energetic dance and movement
class exploring rhythm and physicality through music. No experience
required, just enthusiasm! £5 4-7 years – 1:30 P.M. ~ 2:30
P.M. 8-11 years – 3:15 P.M. ~ 4:15 P.M. www.marinetheatre.com
BUILD A DINOSAUR
Drop in the museum and help artist Darrell Wakeham build a dinosaur.
This is an all ages event that takes place at Lyme Regis Museum, Bridge
St, Lyme Regis, DT7 3QA. Free with museum admission, just turn up
11 A.M. ~ 3 P.M.
Big Breakfast CANCER
RESEARCH UK LYME REGIS invites
you to THE BIG BREAKFAST 8 am
to 12.30 pm. This year we have a new venue - the Woodmead Halls where
there is plenty of parking. A full English breakfast - orange juice,
fried egg, bacon, sausage, hash brown , baked beans and tomato, with
toast and preserves and tea of coffee - will cost £6. A bacon or sausage
roll will cost £3. The Lyme Regis branch of Cancer Research UK has
now raised more than £150,000 since
formation in 2008. Please support us and help get our 2018 fundraising
programme off to a good start. Don't forget - NEW VENUE: Woodmead
THROW A POT
Harry the resident potter at the Town Mill will run drop in
pottery sessions where children can try throwing their own pot. For all
ages and it takes place at Town Mill Bakehouse Attic, Mill
Lane, Lyme Regis DT7 3PU. £6 / Drop-in activity, no need to book
12 P.M. ~ 2:30 P.M.
Hear Rob talk about how he became a children’s author and illustrator,
listen to him read from his latest book ‘Dinosaur Juniors: Happy
Hatchday’, and take part in creating some dinosaurs of your own. Ages 4
£4 10:30 A.M. ~ 11:30 A.M.
B SHARP MUSIC
& THE STORY BOAT
Children can experience a mix of percussion, music games, singing,
songwriting and 'found' sounds in and around
£6 / £3 for each additional sibling (ages 3-6)
£8 / £4 for each additional sibling (ages 7-11)
11:45 A.M. ~ 12:45 P.M. and 12:45 P.M. ~ 1:45 P.M. (ages 3 - 6)
2:15 P.M. ~ 4:45 P.M. (ages 7 - 11) www.marinetheatre.com
Up Women! The Remarkable Lives of the Suffragettes
Author Diane Atkinson to Appear at the Marine
Diane Atkinson is a historian and author. She has also worked as a
curator for the Museum of London on its suffragette exhibition and as a
consultant on the Meryl Streep film
In a special talk at the Marine, Diane celebrates the lives of the women
who answered the call to ‘Rise Up’; from actresses to mill-workers,
teachers to doctors, seamstresses to scientists, clerks, boot-makers and
sweated workers, Irish, Welsh, Scottish and English; a wealth of women’s
lives were brought together for the first time in her vividly rendered
book ‘Rise-up, Women!’, on which the talk is based.
£7 advance, £6 advance for Theatre Friends, £9 on the door Bar
opens 6:30 P.M., starts 7:30 P.M. Unreserved seating Tickets:
Online: In person: Lyme Regis and Bridport Tourist Information
centres Over the phone: 01297 442138
Booking Fee may apply
Saturday 7 April
A magical mix of traditional tales, live music and folk songs brought to
life by acclaimed storyteller Martin Maudsley and multi-instrumental
musician Fiona Barrow. £3 11 A.M. ~ 1 P.M. www.marinetheatre.com
STORIES OF THE MUSEUM
An all-ages evocative storytelling event in Lyme Regis Museum, Bridge
St, Lyme Regis, DT7 3QA. Free with museum admission, just turn up
10:30 A.M. ~ 3:30 P.M.
“Perfect” by Tessa Bide winner
of the Primary Times Children’s Choice Award 2017, presents ‘Perfect' Family
an adaptation of the beautiful illustrated book of by Nicola Davies and
Cathy Fisher, 'Perfect’ is the story of a young boy and the birth of
his disabled sister, and is the latest show from Tessa Bide Productions.
heart-warming theatre production features performers, puppetry, and an
original score. Marine Theatre, Church St, Lyme Regis DT7 3QA Doors open 1:30
P.M., Show starts 2 P.M. Venue contact number: 01297 442138 Tickets:
£8 adult / £6 child / £25 family marinetheatre.com
SKATE PARK JAM
Bring your wheels and helmets for some all-ages skate action at Lyme’s
own Skate Park, Charmouth Road Car Park, Lyme Regis, Dorset, DT7 3DP. If
weather is poor, the event will be held at The Hub with inon the door
ramps. Free Entry 4 P.M. ~ 7 P.M.
Kusanganisa is the Shona word for ‘mixture’ that aptly describes this
new world music and jazz project involving four musicians all from
different traditions. Chartwell Dutiro from Zimbabwe leads; he plays
mbira and sings in the Shona tradition.
Marine Theatre, Church St, Lyme Regis DT7 3QA Doors 7:30 P.M.,
starts 8 P.M. £10 adv, £12 door Venue contact number: 01297
Sunday 8 April
screening with prima ballerina Svetlana Zakharova in the ultimate
ballerina role. It’s a chilling, yet luminous ballet that has captivated
audiences for over 150 years at the Bolshoi. Marine Theatre,
Church St, Lyme Regis DT7 3QA Doors 1:30 P.M., starts 2 P.M.
£11.50 adv., £14 door. Venue contact number: 01297 442138
followed by discussion: 'looking to the future'
and updates on Plastic Free Lyme Regis campaign . 7.15 for 7.30.
Royal Lion Hotel, Blue Room
a beautiful and historic garden laid out in the 17th Century
by John Tradescant and enlarged last century, featuring several gardens
surrounded by walls and yew hedges: blue and white garden, cottage style and
mount gardens, water and wild garden. Cost to RHS members £12, Non RHS £17,
guests an extra £3. Please ring Anne Rose 01297 33049 or 444034 to book.
and Lyme Regis Horticultural Society
Nutritious, good value lunch, aimed at over 50's. 2 courses plus tea or
coffee £6 The Pine Hall, Baptist Church, Broad Street. 2nd Wednesday
of month. Organised by Lyme Forward. Bookings: Penny Black café
(behind the Post Office)
Regis and Charmouth Lifeboat Guild Annual General Meeting
Following the business of the meeting we will have a talk from our
guest speaker: long-serving Lyme Regis lifeboat crew member Elliott
Herbert who is also a full time Senior Assessor Trainer with the RNLI. All are welcome to attend and we look forward to
seeing you there. 7 for 7.30 pm. at the
LIVE: Macbeth Live Screening: Shakespeare’s darkest
psychological thriller marks both Christopher Eccleston’s RSC debut and
the return of Niamh Cusack to the Company. Marine Theatre, Church
St, Lyme Regis DT7 3QA Doors open 6 P.M., Show starts 7 P.M.
£11 adv, £12.50 door Venue contact number: 01297 442138
Mr Chips Rides Again
John Bartholomew tells tales from school.
Sorry - Postponed due to illness
Dr Francis Burroughes
has kindly agreed to bring forward his talk on "the
history and beauty of glass". He will give his talk this
Friday (13th) instead of his date in June - John will be with us
The Wonderful World of Glass
Dr Francis Burroughes
Last March Francis kept a large audience enthralled and
entertained with his insider's understanding (by inheritance,
not directly!) of 'The Victorian Head Gardener'. He is also an acknowledged expert on the history of glass, and
is often asked to lend pieces and speak about them for various
television antiques programmes. From his own personal
collection, he will bring historic and valuable items of glass,
for members of the audience to examine for themselves,
illustrating the whole history of glass-making from 3,000 B.C.
to the present day.
Over the last few years this talk has proved to be one of the
most popular talks Francis has given, so a treat lies in store. Woodmead
Halls, Lyme Regis DT7 3PG, Wednesday 13th June. Coffee is served
from 10.00 to 10.45 followed by talk at 11.00 until noon.
Organised by U3A Heritage Coast Lyme Regis. Entry is free for
U3A members; for non-members a £2 donation is suggested
Benn has a new show: I'M STILL HERE
songs and hilarious jokes from the star of The Now Show and winner of
BBC 2’s Celebrity Mastermind. He brings
his new show to Lyme Regis.
Congratulations! It’s 2018 and you’re still here! So is
Mitch, looking backwards, forwards
and sideways trying to make the world a better place, one silly song at
a time. Join him as he looks back over what for the lack of a better
word he still refers to as his “career” and ponders where he – and
indeed all of us – might be going next.
stalwart of BBC Radio 4’s ‘Now Show’ for more than a decade, Mitch has
also presented many radio specials. Following on from the success of
‘Mitch Benn Is The 37th Beatle’, a further three specials on music icons
Bob Dylan, David Bowie and Elvis have been broadcast – ‘The Freewheelin’
Mitch Benn’, ‘Mitch Benn Is The Fat Pink Duke’ and ‘Mitch Benn Has Left
The Building’. He also co-presented with Harry Shearer BBC Radio 2’s
‘Anatomy Of A Guitar’ and presented ‘Spank The Plank’ for BBC Radio 4.
Most recently, in December 2016, he appeared on (and won) BBC1
television’s ‘Celebrity Mastermind’!
Mitch is the author of two novels, ‘Terra’ and ‘Terra’s World’ both
published by Gollancz and co-author with Jon Holmes of ‘The Twitter
History Of The World’ the paperback edition of which was published by
Prion Books. www.marinetheatre.com
P.M., starts 8 P.M. £12 adv., £15 door
"Know your Blood Pressure Day"
Lyme Regis date changed to 21st
On The Beach Fundraiser
A fundraising music event for the UK’s largest guitar festival, Guitars
on the Beach. This night promises to be an all-hits, all-dancing, rock,
and pop fun night, which stars Dream Phaser, the GOTB House Band, and
surprise special guests. £10 advance / £12 on the door. Bar opens
6:30 P.M., starts 7:30 P.M. www.marinetheatre.com
Meet and Remember - A memory café for
Lyme Regis, Uplyme and Charmouth Supportive, friendly environment for
those experiencing memory loss or who have recently been diagnosed with
dementia and the friends/relatives/carers who support them.
activities, music, refreshments, help and support, information
This week we have a busy program, the Woodroffe students who volunteer
with us will be doing musical performance, we have the popular musical
bingo - run by the Woodroffe students and Alice Davies will be organising
some gentle seated exercise to music.
Please pass this information on if you are aware of anyone that may
benefit. No booking required, please just turn up.2 - 3.30pm
Lyme Regis Football Club Pavilion (by kind permission of the Football Club), 3rd Wednesday of the month,
Free to attend!
Free parking! contact
or just come along. LymeForward
Thursday 19 April
Comedy: Robin Ince
The star of The Infinite Monkey Cage returns brings his first new comedy
show for three years to Lyme Regis. Expect a hilarious night-out about
love, death, and art - with a teeny bit of physics. Marine Theatre,
Church St, Lyme Regis DT7 3QA Doors 7 P.M., starts 8 P.M. £15
advance, £18 on the door Venue contact number: 01297 442138
Friday 20 April 2018
The Annual Town
Meeting is not a council meeting. It is a meeting of the town electors
and often involves the town council's partners such as Dorset Police and
both West Dorset District Council and Dorset County Council. Local
organisations who have benefited from council grants are invited to
provide a report on their activities and all electors are entitled to
attend and ask questions or raise issues.
Residents and non-residents are entitled to attend the meeting and to
raise for debate any issue concerning the town. Priority will be
given to those questions notified in advance. Please contact the town
council offices to submit your questions. The Annual Town Meeting
2018 is at 7pm in the Woodmead Halls, under the chairmanship of the
Mayor, Cllr Michaela Ellis.
Saturday 21st April
"Know your Blood Pressure Day"
Annual event run by the Rotary Club of Lyme Regis in conjunction with The Stroke Association. Pop into Fortnam, Smith and Banwell
(Estate Agents) 53 Broad
Street, between 10 & 2pm, and have your blood pressure monitored by trained local nurses. This is one of the most effective ways of minimising the chances of a stroke. See
link..........and see you there!! www.stroke.org.uk
Dorset Beach Clean:
Come and join
us on our FREE Great Dorset Beach Clean at Lyme Regis and Charmouth! Help clean up your
local beach and make it a much safer place for wildlife and us.
The annual beach clean-up returns as part of the ‘Litter Free Coast and
Sea’ week! Bring your friends and family and lend a hand at any of
the designated beaches. Please wear suitable clothing and shoes for the conditions:
Help to remove plastics and other rubbish from the shore. The vast
majority of litter found on Dorset’s beaches is made of plastic, which
steadily accumulates if not removed. As standard plastics never
degrade, they circle around the world in ocean currents and can cause
long-term damage. Whales, dolphins and turtles can mistake
floating plastic bags for the jellyfish which form part of their diet.
Once swallowed the plastic bag blocks the stomach and leads to a slow
death through starvation.
Meeting point – Outside RNLI Shop on Slipway
14:00 – 15:00 Monmouth Beach, Lyme Regis
We will meet
at 3pm at the bottom of Charmouth Heritage Coast Centre steps. Stay for
as much or as little as you like! All equipment is provided. All
children need to be accompanied by an adult. No need to register,
just turn up on the day!
Lyme Bay Chorale's spring concert:
of English choral music
Two giants of West Country choral music to join Lyme Bay
Chorale for their spring concert
world-class musicians, both based in the West Country, will join Lyme
Bay Chorale for their spring concert this year. Andrew Millington
– formerly director of music at Exeter Cathedral – will take the rostrum
as guest conductor, while Peter King, organist emeritus at Bath
Abbey, will play the organ.
Peter King’s appearance at the concert is something of a surprise; Alex
Davies was due to play the organ accompaniment, but he injured his hand
last week and won’t be able to play for a while. Peter stepped in at
almost the last minute to ensure the performance can still go ahead; he
will also be playing a couple of solo pieces.
The concert, comprises a selection of stunning English choral music,
featuring Elgar’s ‘From the Bavarian
Highlands’ and ‘Let the People Praise Thee, O God’ by William Mathias as
well as works by Parry, Vaughan Williams and Britten. The solo
singers for the evening will be soprano Chloe Stratta and bass William
Armiger. Chloe grew up in Lyme and was a pupil at Colyton Grammar
School, where she sung in the chamber choir, taking part in tours to
Paris, Malta, Oxford and Chester. She went on to study music at the
University of Manchester. Chloe will sing the soprano solo parts in
‘Festival Te Deum’ by Britten and ‘Hear My
Words, Ye People’ by Parry, as well as solo songs by other English
On Monday 26th
March, Andrew Millington arrived early for rehearsal so
he could meet the members of St Michael’s Primary School Choir (led by
Alison Davies), who practise in the church before Lyme Bay Chorale.
Andrew was very happy to share some of his knowledge with the children.
Tickets for the spring concert are £13 in advance from Lyme Regis
Tourist Information Centre, Penny Black Café (behind the post office in
Lyme) or from choir members, and £15 on the door.
Under-19s free. Prices include Lyme
Bay Chorale's famous post-concert buffet.
7pm St Michael's Church, Lyme Regis
SPRING MASKED BALL
In aid of Cancer Research UK at the
Woodmead Halls with welcoming cocktail, live music and a superb buffet.
A special prize will be awarded for the best mask. Tickets are £25 each,
£225 for a table of ten. For tickets call Philip Evans on
Air Screen showing the iconic DIRTY DANCING (CERT 12)
by Pop-Up-Events, Langmore Gardens, Lyme Regis seafront.
Guests are encouraged to bring seats/blankets and their singing voices
to what is set to be a memory making evening. More information
is available at www.pop-up-events.net
Tickets are £10 and available via our website, the link below or on
the door. www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/lyme-regis-open-air-cinema-dirty-dancing-12-tickets-44239690104
The film will start at 21:00 with stunning views of the Jurassic coast
and we are proud to be raising money for Macmillan Cancer Support.
Sunday 22 April 2018
The Great Dorset Beach Clean
A post-roast music session in our lovely bar overlooking the Cobb. It is
hosted by Street & Matthews, an acoustic duo who are one half of popular
local band DeltaTango7. Free entry, no tickets Bar opens and
starts 3 P.M.
MONDAY 23 APRIL - MONDAY 9 JULY
MARINE YOUNG COMPANY
In collaboration with the Northcott Theatre, we are offering a regular
opportunity for 20 talented young people to make challenging theatre in
a professional setting. It’s a 10 week course with weekly sessions
following term time starting Monday 23 April, culminating with a
performance. Places can be secured with a 25% deposit. Payment and
booking 01297 442394. Years 5 - 7: 5 P.M. - 6:30 P.M.
Years 8 - 11: 7P.M. - 9 P.M. £100 advance only. www.marinetheatre.com
Monday 23rd St Georges Day
Tuesday 24th April
'The Dorsets 1917 - 18'
by Chris Copson, Curator,
The Keep Military Museum The Lyme Regis Society.
2.30pm - 4pm Woodmead Halls. Free to
Members, visitors £3 Including
‘Gardening by the Moon’
presented by Stephanie
Hafferty, an organic, no-dig gardener, chef and writer in Somerset. The
plug plants for Class 36 in the Summer Show will be given out at this
talk – so don’t miss out! 7.30pm
and Lyme Regis Horticultural Society
by Handel’s masterpiece, this is a live-screening of the acclaimed
Bristol Old Vic production. Rediscover the intense spirituality of its
many well-known arias and choruses. Marine Theatre, Church St,
Lyme Regis Doors 6:30 P.M., starts 7 P.M. £11 adv, £13 door,
£10 adv theatre friends
FRIDAY 27 APRIL
LYME REGIS COMEDY CLUB WITH JAMES REDMOND
Redmond headlines a raucous night of four comedians for a bargain ticket
price. He is a dry, slick and subtle stand up who delivers unexpected
twists and turns during his set. He made his name as an actor too, and
is known for appearances in ‘Hollyoaks’, ‘Casualty’, and ‘Never Mind the
Buzzcocks’. £8 advance / £7 advance Theatre Friends / £10 on the
door Bar opens 7 P.M., starts 8 P.M. www.marinetheatre.com
Saturday 28 April 2018
Henry Blofeld: 78 Retired
The cherished golden voice of cricket celebrates his retirement with a
brand-new show jam-packed full of unheard anecdotes from on and off the
pitch. Marine Theatre, Church St, Lyme Regis DT7 3QA Doors
6:30 P.M., starts 7:30 P.M. £20 advance, £23 door, £19 adv theatre
Sunday 29 April
in the Bar WITH
Vocalist Julie Dunn has released three albums, playing alongside Johnny
Dankworth’s son Alec. She is influenced by the great jazz singers such
as Ella Fitzgerald and Sarah Vaughan, as well as some of her own
compositions £8 advance / £7 advance Theatre Friends / £12 on the
door Bar opens 7 P.M., starts 8 P.M.