Grand Opening of St Swithun’s Hall

We are extremely proud of having been chosen by St Swithun’s Church for the opening of the Church Hall, that after decades of neglect and a £400k refurbishment reopens this Sunday 28th March for the benefit of all people in Hither Green.

The Hall is a rather wonderful theatre space, and will benefit from the screen, projector and blinds acquired thanks to the successful joint bid of our association and the Church for a share of the Mayor’s Fund.

Here’s the program for the day, come and join us.

Children’s Theatre Workshops run by Crave Arts Academy.
12 noon – 1pm for 3 – 6 year olds
1pm – 2pm for 7 – 13 year olds
£3 for first child and £1.50 for each extra sibling.
Contact Crave Arts Academy to book spaces and for information on 07789502432 or 07799600459

2pm to 4pm – Easter Parade starring Fred Astaire & Judy Garland
‘The Happiest Musical Ever Made’ is here in all its Technicolor glory. There is love, songs, comedy and of course dance!!

5pm – 6.30pm – Monty Python’s The Life of Brian (Cert. 15)
Monty Python’s satirical view of the 1st century and the film with more rememberable quotes than you can shake a very big stick at!!

7pm – 9pm – Hot Fuzz (Cert. 15)
When PC Nicholas Angel meets the NWA (Neighbourhood Watch Alliance) it’s anyone’s guess as to who will be able to keep order in the once sleepy village of Sandford, where everyone knows your name and your business!!

As before there will be a bar, and tea and cakes supplied by the Golden Afternoon Tea Company and also homemade Italian Pizzas for a savoury bite.

Admission is £6 for the whole day (£2 for under 15 year olds) and please bring your favourite cushion for that feeling of home with a large bunch of friends feel!!
Tickets will be sold on the door and as we have a finite space there are only a limited amount of tickets so please get in early to secure your ticket for the day!!
Contact Louisa on 07956 614007 or Max at contact@hithergreenhall.org

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