Here we come a'wassailing
Come along to our popular annual free-admission evening and get yourself in the Christmas mood.
There will be some good-fun festive poetry, some readings from popular books & authors with a strong Christmas ring to them, and the chance to sing along with a few carols and other Christmassy songs - and you can listen to some sung for us by Broseley's Riff Raff group.
Though we're not rich enough to pay for you at the bar, there will be mince pies for you to munch on !!
Cost - £ free - collection for the Broseley Christmas Lights appeal
brought to you by BroADS
David Bowgett on 01952 884769 for further information
Tuesday Afternoon Cinema
Come along at 2:00 for the next enthralling big-screen showing from Broseley Cinema.
Just what is going on in the picture .... can you guess what the film is ?
Find out more on the cinema-page.
A massive 50 pence for tea/coffeee, biscuits (and perhaps even cake or scones)
but no charge for admission.
BroADS brings more panto-fun to Broseley
At the end of January, our ever-popular local Amateur Dramatics group (BroADS) is bringing their latest panto the Birchmeadow.
This panto's based on the brothers-Grimm tale of Hansel & Gretel - you know, the couple of kids that get caught up by the wicked witch in the forest. But Director Gill Kelly assures us that it's going to be far from grim. As she did when she directed 'Sleeping Beauty', she's making as much use as possible of the plethora of performing local talent to bring us wholesome, good-fun entertainment.
Bryan Shepherd's taking on the music-man's mantel again. The 5-piece band is going to hit us with an array of songs range from golden oldies to currect pops, and the chorus is getting its cords loosened up even now - and who knows, there may even be a male voice or two in there this time!
And more than that, thanks to the Everybody Active sessions that BroADS have been organising for older adults over the last 3 years, Gill's able to call on Melissa Lauriello to help with choreography. A really big plus - we're all hoping that there'll be a tap dancing sequence including Broseley's answer to Fred Astaire (?), Morris Dancing David Baxter.
The script's been written especially for BroADS by David Kelly, who's made sure that there are jokes a'plenty dispersed throughout the script. And he's lightened the story by bringing in the "oh so light on their feet" Von Tapp family.
Details at - broseleybroads.co.uk - click the poster
... or call Gill on 0797 470 5877
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