There’s loads on at Heswall Hall in October and beyond, including the Wirral Arts Festival
Thursday 5th October
Times to be confirmed
This year the theme will be Mega Structures, and there will be a series of lectures providing an insight to the engineering and processes involved with designing and building such structures.
Full details to be announced
The Three Choirs Concert
Friday 6th October
Back by popular demand after last year’s sensational sell-out concert
Featuring three local choirs – The Castle Singers, The Bunker Boys (Heswall Golf Club), and Off Pitch (Caldy Rugby Club).
An enjoyable and varied evening is guaranteed with well-known and popular songs as part of a ‘light’ programme!
All proceeds go to local charities.
Tickets £9 Available from Linghams Booksellers, Heswall
Heswall Hall Tea Dance
Wednesday 11th October
2pm to 4.30pm
Live music, sprung dance floor and refreshments
Admission £4 at the door
You do not have to be a dancer to enjoy an afternoon of live music and a great atmosphere
Evening Cinema: Hidden Figures (PG)
Wednesday 11th October
7.30pm. Doors and Bar open at 6.45pm
The incredible untold true story of Katherine Johnson, Dorothy Vaughan and Mary Jackson, brilliant African-American women working at NASA, who served as the brains behind one of the greatest operations in history: the launch of astronaut John Glenn into orbit. This stunning achievement galvanized the world and inspired generations to dream big.
Each of these women showed, in their own dignified way just how much they quietly, but very politely, stood up to racial and sexist prejudice, broke down barriers and proved that anyone with talent deserves chances and recognition.
A brilliant and inspirational film.
Tickets £5. From: Linghams Booksellers; Gould’s Stationers; and Heswall Hall (Tel: 0151 342 2614 pay by phone – no booking fee)
Thursday 12th October
9.30pm to 5pm
A series of lectures providing insights into aspects of science
9.30am – The Science of Ageing: Do we want to live for ever? by Professor Anne McArdle, Liverpool University
11am – From Skull to Face (how a face is recreated from skeletal remains) by Jessica Liu: PhD researcher – Face Lab, Liverpool JMU
1.30pm – The Wonderful World of Sugars : More than just a food by Professor Gideon Davies – Department of Chemistry, University of York
3pm – What use is Science (compared to engineering)? by Peter Goodhew – Emeritus Professor of Engineering, Liverpool University
Admission – £1 each lecture (U3A free)
Heswall Animal Welfare Coffee Morning
Saturday 14th October
10am to 12noon
Pop in for refreshments and browse our bric-brac stalls. Support our local charity. Admission £1
End of Festival Concert with Orchestre dell’Arte
Saturday 14th October
Programme includes: Light Cavalry Overture (Von Suppe); Jazz Suite No 1 (Shostakovich); Romeo and Juliet (Prokofiev); Rhapsody in Blue (Gershwin)
Featuring John Gough – piano
Tickets £9 from Linghams, Heswall and Gould’s, Heswall, also www.eventbrite.co.uk
Matinee Cinema Club
Tuesday 17th October
Free refreshments from 1pm
Enjoy an afternoon at the Cinema
Join our wonderful Matinee Cinema Club where we show, on our big screen, mainly British films with an excellent story line. Our October film stars Renee Zellweger and Ewan McGregor and is based on a true story. The film was shot on location in London and the beautiful Lake District.
Admission £3.50 (pay on the door)
Heswall Hall Lunch Club
Wednesday 25th October
12 noon to 2pm
Enjoy a two-course meal – meet new friends
Listen to one of our interesting guest speakers
£4 – Booking essential
Tel: 0151 342 2614 (Heswall Hall)
Woolgatherers of Heswall present Murdered to Death
Thursday 26th to Friday 27th October
Hilarious comedy thriller by Peter Gordon
The play features the inept and bungling Inspector Pratt who battles against all the odds, and his own incompetence, to solve the murder of a stately home’s owner before numerous other guests in the house are dispatched.
Tickets £8 from: www.ticketswirral.com
Linghams Booksellers, Heswall; Masseys the Butchers, Heswall; Fringes Hairdressers, Irby;
Heswall Hall presents Don Giovanni music by Mozart
Friday 17th November
We are delighted that the wonderful Opera Viva have agreed to perform this comedic opera, featuring opera’s great anti-hero, inspired by the Spanish Legend of Don Juan, at Heswall Hall.
Whether you love opera, or have not seen one previously, but have always fancied giving it a try, this is the one for you.
Wonderful music sung by Opera Viva’s excellent singers and chorus.
An excellent night out
Tickets £10 online at: www.buytickets.at/heswallhall
Heswall Hall – a venue for all occasions
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Contact Trudi: 0151 342 2614
Join our Team
Heswall Hall Community Trust is looking for a Hall Assistant to join our friendly, hard-working team for a minimum of 16 hours per week. You will be assisting the management team with the day to day running of the Hall.
* You must have good communication and interpersonal skills
* Be self-motivated
* Be totally flexible in the hours that you can work, due to the varied commitments of the venue
* Be physically fit as the work includes the movement of equipment
* Have basic IT skills essential
* Experience of bar work would also be an asset
Salary to be discussed at interview.
Please email a CV and covering letter outlining why you think you are the right person for this role to firstname.lastname@example.org.