At the Village Hall Friday 31st July @7.30pm. Come and see this production by Don’t Hate the Players theatre group, before they perform at Oxford Castle. Tickets available on the door or from mailto:email@example.com
Don’t miss this newly revised production of Gathering at Garsington which was first staged at Garsington Manor Barn in 1994. This new production combines local talent with actors and musicians from around the country and is written by local resident Adrian Townsend. Tickets available by telephone 01865 361200 or via website: www.garsingtontheatreproductions.com/gathering-at-garsington
Performances start at 7.30pm. Tickets priced at £8 available from Marie Holmes, 01865 361200.
Scaramouche Jones will be performed on Friday 16th & Saturday 17th May 2014 @ 7.30pm. A really interesting play……..
The 31st December 1999, midnight approaches and the millennium festivities build towards the midnight climax. During the last hour of 1999, Scaramouche Jones, an aged circus clown prepares to meet his destiny, and recounts the story of his life, having played the mime for fifty years, he chooses to break his silence and share his extraordinary story. In a beguiling, beautiful, heartbreaking 90 minutes of storytelling. From being born in a Trinidadian slum, sold as a slave, becoming a snake charmer’s assistant, feted by an Italian Prince, gypsy traveller, inmate of a monastery, grave digger in a concentration camp, to the rattling eaves of Waterloo Bridge. These episodes of his life have each ingrained on him its own white mask – masks of emotion or environment; layers of the world he carries with him. And now, as each white mask is stripped away, along with his red nose, oversize shoes, clown wig, white gloves and tailcoat, he prepares to face the ‘ravishing nuptial embrace of that last goodnight’.So welcome to the Circus, ‘my good ghosts’ and join me on this amazing journey through the 20thcentury.
For more details and tickets contact Marie Holmes 01865 361200.
On Saturday 19th April there will be a performance of The Importance of Being Earnest. This is probably one of Oscar Wilde’s best known plays and has one Garsington resident in the cast. Come along for an enjoyable evening. Look out for posters around the village or enquiries can be made through Marie Holmes Tel: 361200.
We hope you have seen the changing photos on our home page. They show two from the official opening of the hall and two from different wedding receptions held this year. We hope you will agree they show the hall can be successfully set up for all occasions.
Another Table Top Sale will be held on Saturday 7th June from 10.30am to 2.00pm. Admission will be 50p for adults, free for children.
Anyone wishing to hire a table please contact Marie Holmes on 01865 361200. Tables are limited so don’t delay, ring today!
The hall has been very busy over the last few months hosting lots of parties for both young and old; a dance class which ran over six weeks; jewellery valuations; band practices; various meetings and of course the regular events: Parish Council, WI, Whist, Sewing Club and the monthly Lunch Club.
Forthcoming events include the “Wine Bluff” organised by Garsington Society on Friday 8th March; a Maundy Supper organised by the Church on 28th March and elections on 2nd May for the County Council as well as numerous private events. Other things are planned but as yet unconfirmed – keep an eye out for what’s coming next.
SATURDAY SOLD OUT!
Seats still available for Thursday 13th & Friday 14th December.
Don’t miss out, ring 01865 361200 to buy your tickets.
“Mother Goose’s Garsington” a village pantomime. Come along and have some fun and get the festive season off to a good start.
Performances on Thursday 13th, Friday 14th, Saturday 15th December at 8.00pm.
Tickets £8 – telephone 01865 361200.