Friday 1st September
Coffee with TV comedian and writer Robert Webb, at Heswall Hall, from 1pm. He will be promoting his new book ‘How Not to be a Boy’ and explain his rules for ‘being a man’: Don’t Cry; Love Sport;
Play Rough; Drink Beer; Don’t Talk About Feelings. Tickets £10 redeemable against the book.
Wednesday 6th September
Heswall Flower Club kicks off the Autumn Programme with the AGM starting 7.45pm at Heswall Hall followed by demonstrator, Debbie Davies from Formby, with her demonstration, “Through My Garden Gate” at 8pm. New members & guests are always welcome to our thriving, active club. Enquiries to Lesley 342 9327. ‘Like” our face book page to see our annual events programme & flower arranging classes dates.
Tuesday 12th September
Author Hilary Green will be signing copies of her book ‘Workhouse orphans’ at Linghams book shop, on Telegraph Road, from 6.30pm.
Wednesday 13th September
Evening Cinema at Heswall Hall: Their Finest (12), from 6.45pm. The film tells the story of a young woman finding her way, and her voice, in the mayhem of war…… and the movies. Tickets £5 from: Linghams Booksellers; Gould’s Stationers; and Heswall Hall (Tel: 0151 342 2614 pay by phone – no booking fee)
Saturday 16th September
A Night at the Musicals with the West Kirby Light Opera Society, 7.30pm, at Heswall Hall. An evening full of great show tunes from My Fair Lady, Chicago, Phantom of the Opera, The Producers, Cage aux Folles, Jekyll and Hyde, Mame, Gilbert and Sullivan and many others. Tickets £10 from: Linghams Booksellers; Gould’s Stationers; Heswall Hall and online at: www.buytickets.at/heswallhall
Friday 22nd September
Castle Singers Autumn Concert in aid of Clatterbridge League of Friends, 7.30pm, at Heswall Hall. Tickets £8 from: Linghams Booksellers or Tel. 0151 608 3810/0151 342 9264
Saturday 30th September
The launch of the Wirral Arts Festival in Heswall, with street entertainment near the Johnny Pye pub from 11am-4pm, the Scarecrow Trail and folk night at Heswall Hall in the evening.
Monday 2nd October
Former doctor Adam Kay will be talking about his experiences on the wards – and telling us things we wish we didn’t know. He is promoting his book ‘This is Going to Hurt’ at Linghams book shop, on Telegraph Road. Tickets £10. Adam is a comedian but he feels so passionately and speaks so knowledgably about his subject matter. He is now an award winning comedian and writer for TV and film and has over 20 million YouTube hits as a musician and performer.