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Events for January.

For full details see the BArts Programme, available at One Stop Shops and other venues, or call 01992 465383.

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2ND MUSIC
My Kind of Music’ From Show and Film Music to Pop Songs and Classical - Something for every taste!  Free lunchtime music sponsored by BArts, featuring pianist Barbara Manning. 12noon - 2pm, Spotlight Café Bar, Hoddesdon.

4TH LUNCH
‘The Great Divide‘ presented by BArts.  Man is born unequal and so, in spite of all attempts to level economic, educational and social status, the great divide between rich and poor remains. Tickets £14.00, Including lunch & a drink. 12noon, Dinant Room, the Spotlight, Hoddesdon.  01992 441946.

REPEAT 17th at Mayhem Function Hall.

9TH - 13TH PANTOMIME
‘Cinderella’  a traditional family pantomime.  Broxbourne Theatre Company at the Spotlight Theatre, Hoddesdon.  Wed-Fri at 7.30pm.  Sat 2.00pm and 6.30pm.  Sun at 2.00pm. Tickets £12.00 to £16.50.  Box Office 01992 441946,  www.broxbournetheatrecompany.co.uk

14TH TALK
‘Whatever happened after Henry VIII’ by Nicholas Henderson.  Monthly meeting of the Lea Valley U3A from 1pm, speaker at 2pm. New members and guests welcome. The Spotlight, Hoddesdon. Contact Lee Rayner 01992 465383.  email: lvu3a@live.co.uk

14TH TOPICAL DISCUSSIONS 
Lea Valley Discussion Group. 8pm, Methodist Church Hall, Middlefield Road, Hoddesdon.  New members and guests welcome.  01920 877370.

17TH TALK
‘Life as a Prison Officer’ by Pauline Martindale. Monthly meeting of Broxbourne U3A. 10am, the Spotlight, Hoddesdon.  Enquiries: Jane Burr 01992 443822.   email: broxbourneu3a@outlook.com

17TH JAN - 28TH MARCH  COURSE
‘Ideas in Action 1815 -2018’.  Lecturer: Nicolas Hyman.  Liberalism, democracy, socialism and fascism with revolution.  Course Fee £54.75 for 10 weeks, 1st week without commitment.  Hoddesdon and Broxbourne WEA. 10am, Broxbourne Parish Centre, St. Augustine’s Church.  01992 306598

17TH - 20TH PANTOMIME
‘Jack, Jill & the Beanstalk’ Join Jack, Jill and a host of colourful and unlikely characters on their adventure up the beanstalk in this delightfully inventive and interactive family panto.  Cheshunt Dramatic Society.  Thurs & Fri 7.30pm, Sat 1.00pm & 6.30pm at the GO Hub, (formerly Goffs Oak Village Hall). Tickets £12, concessions £10. Box Office 07473 467827, online www.cheshuntdramaticsociety.co.uk

21ST JAN - 28TH FEB ART EXHIBITION 
‘The Rhythm of Life’ presented by BArts.  Seasons, tides, night and day, the seven ages of man, music, poetry, symmetry, leaf patterns … “Rhythm holds sway in all nature”. 9am - 4.30pm Mon to Wed, 9am - 1pm Thur & Fri.  Other times when there is a public event. Spotlight Gallery, Hoddesdon 01992 441946. To exhibit call 01992 465383

24TH TALK
‘Buttons, Badges and Banners’ by Mick Casson.  Monthly meeting of Cheshunt U3A from 1.30pm at Laura Trott Leisure Centre, Cheshunt.  Guest speaker at approx 2.30pm. Secretary Toni Walsh 01992 428129. email: cheshuntu3a@gmail.com

26TH MUSIC 
Afternoon Family Concert with The Musicke Companye. The Grand Tour, a musical journey through Europe including Purcell, Blow, Monteclair, Handel and Vivaldi.  Hoddesdon Music Club. 3.00pm, United Reformed Church, Mill Lane, Broxbourne. Visitors welcome. Tickets £14, £13 from www.hoddesdonmusic.org.uk.

28TH DISCUSSION
‘Dementia, what should the Care Strategy be?’ Led by 3 members. Lea Valley Discussion Group. 8pm, Methodist Church Hall, Middlefield Road, Hoddesdon. New members and guests welcome. 01920 877370.

31ST ART LECTURE
‘250 Years of the Royal Academy’ by Rosalind Whyte. Coffee 10am, 10.30am start.  Guests Welcome. Tickets at reception on day £5.  The Arts Society East Herts.  Contact Julia Fulton 01707 324898. 

 

 

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