What’s on in Heswall

Lights go on in Heswall

Plans are proceeding for the Christmas lights switch on, on Thursday 30th November.

There will be a Christingle service in Church of the Good Shepherd from 4pm.

From 5pm it is hoped that Father Christmas will make an appearance and there will be live music from local choir and hopefully a local band.

The lights go on at 6pm. There will also be food and drink all around the front of Heswall Library.

 

Friday 1st December

The Big Room presents Three Live Bands at Heswall Hall, 8pm till Late
Three awesome live bands play classic rock, pop, jazz, swing and acoustic sets in a format made popular by Later with Jools Holland. Full bar and fresh pizza on sale throughout the evening! A fantastic evening of live music – not to be missed! Tickets £3 on the door or online: www.buytickets.at/heswallhall
Under 18s welcome, but must be accompanied by a parent or guardian

Saturday 2nd December

Heswall’s Choral Society, the St. Peter’s Singers and soloists are performing Mendelssohn’s Elijah at the Church of the Good Shepherd, Heswall, 7:30pm. Tickets for the performance are £12 and are available to purchase at Linghams the Booksellers in Heswall. For more information about the concert and choir, please visit stpeterssingers.co.uk

 

Monday 4th December

Heswall Gardening Society’s Christmas Social Evening, 7.30pm, at Heswall Hall. Enjoy music by Peter Lord, quiz, auction, grand raffle and competition. Admission free to members – Visitors welcome £2.50

 

Wednesday 6th December

Heswall Flower Club will be welcoming North West Area demonstrator Don Billington, from Maghull, with his demonstration “Christmas Cracker”. Don never fails to delight with his fabulous designs and we are looking forward to welcoming him back to Heswall Hall 8pm. Club details from Janet 336 5359 or ‘like’ our face book page. We are holding a Christmas design class at Heswall Hall, Thursday 14th December, with tutor Eleanor Griffiths, places available £15 (3 hour session). Call Lesley 342 9327.

 

Thursday 7th December

Christmas in Pensby: Carols round the tree, 5.30pm, outside Pensby Library. The Mayor of Wirral will switch on the lights. Mulled wine and mince pies. All Welcome.

 

Saturday 9th December

Heswall Royal British Legion is the venue for a Christmas craft and gift fair, 11am to 4pm. Free admission. For more info phone or email Marissa on 07460 304 327 or email marissa@memorylanefairs.com

 

Saturday 9th December
The Northern Rhythm Big Band at Heswall Hall. 8pm Doors and Bar open at 7pm
Back by popular demand, with a fresh programme of fabulous big band music and songs from the 1940s, 1950s and more recently, along with some favourites. Come and enjoy an evening of the big band sound. Tickets £10 from: Linghams Booksellers, Heswall; Gould’s Stationers, Heswall; and Heswall Hall, also online: www.buytickets.at/heswallhall

 

Monday 11th December

A one-day art course entitled ‘Discovering Pen & Ink’ will be held at The Olive Tree, Brimstage Courtyard, on from 10am-3pm, run by Jane Beech. For information, call 339 3435 or 079481 59493 or email beechnut45@googlemail.com

 

Monday 11th December
Author Michael Odell will be signing copies of his book ‘Rock Bottom’, described as a ‘hilarious and disarmingly honest, a journey into the neurosis of rock fame, but through doors you don’t expect’ at Linghams bookshop, at 7pm. Tickets £7 redeemable against the book.

 

Wednesday 13th December
Robin Ince, best known for his Radio 4 show ‘Infinite Monkey Cage’ brings an irreverent celebration of scientific marvels to Linghams book shop at 7.30pm. Tickets £7 by calling 0151 342 7290 or from the shop.

 

Wednesday 13th December

Heswall Hall Evening Cinema: Churchill (PG), 7.30pm. Doors and Bar open at 6.45pm
The film follows Winston Churchill in the days before the D-Day landings. As allied forces stand on the south coast of Britain, poised to invade Nazi-occupied Europe, they await Churchill’s decision on whether the invasion will go ahead. He is, fearful of repeating his mistakes from World War I in Gallipoli, is exhausted by years of war, and faces criticism from his political opponents. Only the unflinching support of Churchill’s brilliant, unflappable wife Clementine can halt his physical and mental collapse and help lead him to greatness. Stars Brian Cox and Miranda Richardson.
Tickets £5 from: Linghams Booksellers, Heswall; Gould’s Stationers, Heswall; and Heswall Hall, also online: www.buytickets.at/heswallhall