Autumn/Winter Season at Lund Village Hall Theatre

Off North Road, Lund, YO25 9TF

“A great season of high class theatre, drama, film & music events on your doorstep”

 

 

Friday 24th November, doors open 19.00 for 19.30

Me and Thee Theatre- Two plays, one act, “The Barber” and “Sue”

Brand new writing and theatre that explores the complexities of the very human desire to trust. A performance that challenges your expectations, tests your loyalties and plays 22with your emotions awaits. Trust us?

The Barber by Libby Pearson

Both barber and client hide truths that must be navigated and explored in this touching and revealing piece of work.

Sue by Tom Tyson

Follow the tale of Sue, a woman whose deceptive actions trigger a domino effect of questionable behaviour. Does she deserve her comeuppance?

Q&A Afterwards with cast/writers

Tickets £8.50 from 01377 217776/217352

Bar, Ice creams, fresh brewed coffee, teas, cakes for sale

 

 

 

Saturday December 16th doors open 19.00 for 19.30

Jez Lowe’s Xmas Tour “Yule Do”

Sit back and enjoy a night in with Jez Lowe (SONY Radio Academy Award Winner, 2015 Folk Awards Nominee) and his multi-talented band The Bad Pennies (featuring fiddle, 33Northumbrian Pipes, keyboards, guitar, bass, harmonica and voices) plus special guest folk balladeer and actor Benny Graham.

As ever, Jez puts together an original take on Christmas in the north with a folk-concert, part music-hall revue, with songs, humour and music done the way only Geordies know how, as sell-out crowds across the country can testify.

£9.50 tickets from 01377 219598 / 217776

Full bar service- Ice creams, fresh brewed coffee, teas, cakes for sale

 

  

 

 

Tale Spinners 2, Saturday 20th January £6

Other Lives Productions in conjunction with the East Riding Theatre has again openly invited amateur writers to spin a short tale, fact or fiction, of original work and authors will be asked to read their own story at these events. Lund Village Hall is hosting a Tale Spinner event as one of many venues across the East Riding. The main aim of the evening will be entertainment, but there will be a competitive element in that at the end of each evening there will be a prize-giving based upon audience votes. The winners of each of the six rounds plus the best two or three runners-up will go through to the final.

A great evening to hear a wide range of diverse short stories that will keep you captivated for the evening.

More details to follow.

The Mile Roses and Guests- Friday 9th Feb 2018 £8.50

This event is now SOLD OUT

Unfortunately there will be no ticket sales at the door.

If you are lucky enough to be coming we look forward to seeing you there-Doors open at 7pm.

Please note for future events it is recommended to book early as Lund Events are becoming very popular.

We are delighted to welcome 3 respected solo songwriters in the world of folk and Americana -Edwina Hayes, Kate Bramley and Simon Haworth -who are fast gaining a reputation across the UK with this new collaboration. The trio have toured worldwide as solo artists and their mix of toe-tapping tunes and haunting ballads accompanied on a variety of instruments are guaranteed to leave you with a smile on your face.

They will be joined by well-known local Group -The Farmers Daughters with guest singer Dave Southall which will complete a great evening of music.

 

Public Science Show, Mark Lorch, Professor of Science Communication, Hull University – “The Science of the Superheros” Friday February 16th, £3.50 (£3 under 16’s/students)

Professor Lorch is a chemist, writer and science communicator- he is passionate about communicating science to as wide an audience as possible. To that end his writing regularly appears in the mainstream press, he established and directs the Hull Science Festival and he pops up regularly on radio and TV. This will be an engaging, fascinating show for all - no scientific experience necessary just a curiosity in technology and science! This will be a show as well as a talk with demonstrations built in.

The Science of Superheroes looks at the underpinning science that would be needed for their superpowers- synthesising materials on demand, genetic evolution and what superhero suits could be made of. Ever wondered what a superhero eats for breakfast? Do they need a special diet to feed their superpowers?

 

Gonzo Moose Theatre Group; “The Thing That Came From Over There”- Saturday 3rd March £8.50

Since exploding onto the scene in 2000, Gonzo Moose has become renowned for its accessible brand of stage comedy which combines improvisation, music, physical theatre and clowning.

The critically acclaimed trio are back in another rip-roaring comedy adventure inspired by the

horror movies of the 1950’s, “The Thing That Came from Over There” is a fast-paced

rollicking ride, mixing paranoia, suspense and hilariously gruesome deaths. With comedy and thrills galore, the show features visual gags, verbal wit, giant puppetry, and even a little bit of live music.

HILARIOUS’ Total Theatre; ‘BRILLIANT’ Venue Magazine;‘ANARCHIC COMEDY THEATRE AT ITS BEST’

Fringe review; ‘OUTSTANDING’ Chortle;‘MADCAP FARCE’ Fest magazine

 

The Jelly Roll Jazz Band Saturday March 24th £8.50

A lively dynamic and entertaining traditional jazz band, originally all from Scarborough with a diverse repertoire from New Orleans [Bourbon Street Parade to Disney Classics [The Bare Necessities] which will ensure the evening will go with a swing with this talented group of musicians-you won't be able to keep your feet still!

Anne Greaves and Malcolm Mckechnie

 

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