Please forgive us for being late (better late than never…eh?) in posting this month’s What’s on at Thimblemill Library. It’s that glorious sunshine (fingers crossed it lasts till next weekend) and too much fun over the Easter weekend that got in the way.
There are so many great events taking place this month at Thimblemill Library but here are some of the highlights which caught welovebearwood’s attention.
Bearwood Yoga Master Paul Clark will be holding his FREE (there's our favourite word!) yoga classes for beginners every Wednesday for the next 4 weeks.
Starting with tonight (Sorry about the late notice! Blame those Easter bunnies!) the classes are the perfect introduction to the art of yoga and will help the uninitiated find their inner zen.
This coming Saturday, 11th April, Hannah Graham’s debut one woman show Collidiscope, bumps (collides…geddit!) into the library.
The play weaves tragedy with fantasy as the lead role takes on the character of 1930s Hollywood bombshell Madeleine Carroll.
Courtesy of Bearwood’s Film Club the play is followed by Hitchcock Classic 39 Steps starring Madeleine Carroll and Robert Donat. At only £4 per person the evening’s a Bearwood Bargain, you won’t find the play and film on anywhere cheaper for miles around.
Then the following Saturday, 18th April, Utter Bearwood returns with Rich Stokes in Ruins in Reverse. We’ve been promised an evening of entertaining and enthrallment, at £4 per ticket (in advance) you won’t be disappointed.
Bearwood’s Got Talent! Or so we’ve always thought. Bearwood’s youngsters proved last year that this was the case and on Saturday 23rd May it’s Bearwood’s over 19s’ turn. If you can sing, dance or even just make people smile pop down to the library to get your application form. The 2 winners will be put through to the grand final in July.