HALL EVENTS IN THE NEXT FEW WEEKS (Click here for the full Calendar of events)
* A weekly event (during school term time only)
Photos courtesy Andy Hasson (www.andrewhasson.com)
Fun for everyone at the Hall’s indian Bingo event, with our very own Caller – Simon Hudson. And grateful thanks to Kamal Tandoori and Gill Hasson for kindly donating prizes.
The Christmas Fair – arranged and organised by Francesca of Magic Lamp Arts – returned to the Hall on Sunday and drew a record number of visitors who came to cast an eye over the wide range of gifts and objets d’art on display from local artists, makers and designers and to stock up on Xmas presents for friends and relatives.
On display were greetings cards, framed art, plush creatures and designer clothing, glorious lighting and luxury candles, and a variety of creations featuring textiles, wood, ceramics and sackfuls more!
The pop-up Ding Dong Bar, the Hall’s festive café, did a healthy trade in mince pies, Exeter Street Hall Special Reserve Punch and the ubiquitous Buck’s Fizz. And also the odd cup of tea!
But the highlight of the event for those of less advanced years was undoubtedly the Hall’s very own Rose Dewick with her ground-breaking conception of Manta Claus – which delighted the youngsters, and provided welcome relief for the parents!
From left to right: Jenny Carr (piano & vocals), Robb Johnson (guitar & vocals), Claire Martin (vocals &
percussion), Barb Jungr (vocals). Photo courtesy Andy Hasson (www.andrewhasson.com)
Join us this Thursday 3pm outside Hove Town Hall! Bring banners!
18 Oct 2016 — The petition is going up for full council debate this Thursday 20 Oct. at Hove Town Hall. We are calling all of you to join us outside Hove Town Hall at 3pm on Thursday to show the support for saving the historic Dyke pub as the councillors arrive for the meeting and for a photo for local media! Bring banners and friends!
Click here for more details.
Save the Dyke pub community campaign
Russell Layton’s tour de force one-man-show wowed the capacity audience at last night’s performance of this year’s Edinburgh Festival’s hit Hurricane Michael.
Photos courtesy of Andy Hasson (www.andrewhasson.com)
Bloom was a lovely event again this year. Thanks to all the volunteers who made the Plant and Produce Fair and the Open Gardens such a success.
All photos courtesy of Andy Hasson (www.andrewhasson.com)