What’s on in Heswall

Friday 2nd February & Friday 3rd March

The Big Room presents Three Live Bands, 8pm till Late, at Heswall Hall. The Big Room presents 3 bands live. February sees the second night in this exciting new music format, arranged in the style of Later with Jools Holland. Introducing two bands new to The Big Room, plus one band returning from our sell out December evening. Tickets £5 from: www.buytickets.at/heswallhall

 

Wednesday 7th February

Heswall Flower Club will be welcoming to Heswall Hall at 8pm demonstrator Vanessa Wellock from Ilkley, with her demonstration designs entitled “Fabulous”. This is the second monthly club night of 2018 so why not join us, as a visitor or new member, to enjoy fun, friendship and flowers within our busy, lively club. ‘Like’ our face book page to see our events page or contact
Janet 336 5359 for info.
Currently we also have five Spring Flower Classes running Monday mornings from 15th January – 19th March for novice and experienced arrangers at Heswall Hall with tutor Eleanor Griffiths. Call Lesley 342 9327 for class details/ bookings.

 

Friday 9th February

Dr Jonathan A Green will talk about ‘Seabird Ecology’ at the next meeting of Wirral Wildlife, Room B, Heswall Hall, Heswall, 7.30pm. Admission £3. All welcome. www.wirralwildlife.org.uk

 

Thursday 15th –  Saturday 17th February

The Woolgatherers of Heswall present The Caucasian Chalk Circle, the classic play by Bertolt Brecht, 7.30pm, at Heswall Hall Tickets £8 from: Linghams Booksellers, Heswall; Massey’s the Butcher, Heswall; and Fringes Hairdressers, Irby, or online at: www.ticketswirral.com

 

Monday 19th February

The Heswall Society’s February meeting, at Heswall Hall, 8pm, includes a talk by Leila Dunlea Jones, of Tweed Nuttall Warburton Architecture, architects for the extension and refurbishment of Trepassey Residential Home, who will explain about the project.  All are welcome.

 

Wednesday 21st February

Heswall Hall Evening Cinema presents the film Victoria & Abdul (12), 7.30pm Doors and Bar open at 6.45pm. The true story of an unexpected friendship in the later years of Queen Victoria’s (Dame Judi Dench) remarkable rule, with Abdul Karim, a young clerk, who travels from India to participate in the Queen’s Golden Jubilee. As the Queen questions the constrictions of her long-held position, the two forge an unlikely and devoted alliance, with a loyalty to one another that her household and inner circle attempt to destroy. Tickets £5 from: Linghams Booksellers, Heswall; Gould’s Stationers, Heswall; and Heswall Hall, also online: www.buytickets.at/heswallhall