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Film Night – “Stan and Ollie” – Wed. 6 November 2019

Stan and Ollie poster

Laurel and Hardy – the world’s greatest comedy team – face an uncertain future as the golden era of their Hollywood films is long behind them.  Diminished by age, the duo set out to reconnect with their adoring fans by touring variety halls in Britain in 1953.  The shows become an instant hit, but Stan and Ollie can’t quite shake the past, and long-buried tension and Hardy’s failing health start to threaten their precious partnership.

Steve Coogan as Stan Laurel and John C. Reilly as Oliver Hardy give superb performances in this touching and  funny film.

At Lurgashall Village Hall

Doors open at 7.00pm              Film starts at 7.30pm

Admission: £5.00                       Cash Bar, Interval Ices 

 

 Looking ahead…. put the date in your diaries:The Lion King

Wednesday 4 December – ‘The Lion King’ 

What’s on in November & December at Lurgashall Village Hall

Nov-Dec 2019After a glorious Summer, Autumn is here with her all too short-lived display of stunning colour now gently dropping to the ground. The Americans call it ‘Fall’ – such a perfectly descriptive word!
So onward we move into November and December, and wait to see what the Winter has in store for us…..
Well, whatever the weather, the Village Hall has plenty in store to entertain us.
Details of all events to follow soon.
Don’t forget PILATES. EVERY MONDAY EVENING between now and Christmas from 7.15pm – 8.15p

Harvest Supper at Lurgashall Village Hall – Sunday 6 October

Harvest veg J. Lawson

The annual Harvest Supper in Lurgashall Village Hall is a great tradition in the Parish and a lovely celebration of the end of summer.

The Supper takes place at 7.30pm, immediately after the Harvest Service in the Church.

If you’d like to join the Supper, you can buy your tickets (£7.50) at the village shop.
As this is always a very popular event, best to book early for a wonderful feast in great company!

Film Night – “Fisherman’s Friends” – Wed. 2 October 2019

Fisherman's Friends poster

Lurgashall Film Nights are back with this feel-good comedy based on a true story and set in the Cornish village of Post Isaac.

A fast-living, cynical London music executive (Daniel Mays) heads to a Cornish village on a stag weekend where he’s pranked by his boss into trying to sign a group of shanty-singing fishermen (led by James Purefoy).  He becomes the ultimate ‘fish out of water’ as he tries to gain the respect of the unlikely band and their families who value friendship and community over fame and fortune.

At Lurgashall Village Hall

Doors open at 7.00pm              Film starts at 7.30pm

Admission: £5.00                       Cash Bar, Interval Ices 

 

 Looking ahead…. films for November and December:

 6 November – ‘Stan & Ollie’ – about legendary comic duo Laurel & Hardy, starring Steve Coogan and John C Reilly

 4 December – ‘The Lion King’ – terrific Disney re-make

Dinner & Cabaret Evening – Saturday 7 September

DINNER CABARET Sept 2019The Village Hall Management Committee invites you to a Dinner & Cabaret evening with popular vocalist Debbie C.

All proceeds from the evening will go towards the kitting out of the Hall’s new Archive Room to house documents, photos and other artefacts about Lurgashall’s history.

Enjoy wonderful music, delicious food and fun company – all in a very good cause!

PLEASE BOOK EARLY so that our caterers know how many to cook for!
Tickets are £15 and are on sale from The Village Shop, or telephone Ray Cooper on 707 596.

 

The new Village Hall extension is completed!

logo with ext and door Jan 2019The Village Hall Management Committee is very proud to announce the completion of a new extension to Lurgashall Village Hall.

The extension houses a much-needed store room for furniture and an archive and small meeting room.

LEADER PLAQUEThe buiding of the extension was made possible by many generous local donations as well as significant funding from the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development, administered by the Sussex Downs and Coastal Plain L.E.A.D.E.R. Action Group.

We are immensely grateful to all our funders, to Hang Ups our builders, and to all our hirers who have borne with us through the build.

Lurgashall Film Night takes a summer break

As we approach high summer and the holiday season, we are taking a break from Film Nights in the Village Hall for July, August and September.

Film Nights will resume on Wednesday 2nd October and continue as before on the first Wednesday of each month.

Ideas so far for autumn films:

‘Keeping Mum’  –  ‘The Favourite’  –  ‘Collette’  –  ‘Fisherman’s Friends’  –  ‘Mary Queen of Scots’  –  ‘Green Book’  –  ‘The Descendants’  –  ‘Red Joan’  –  ‘Stan & Ollie’  –  ‘Sometimes, Always, Never’.

If you have any film recommendations that you think our Lurgashall audience would enjoy, please contact Jacquie Lawson at jax@lurgashall.com

What’s on in July and August at Lurgashall Village Hall

July-Aug 2019First of all, you may notice there are no film nights in July and August. We’re taking a short break during the summer holidays, but don’t worry – *FILM NIGHT* will resume on Wed, 2nd October with a great new programme of monthly movies.

This year’s most exciting new village project has been, of course, the wonderful VILLAGE HALL EXTENSION, and if you haven’t already done so, you’ll have a great opportunity to explore inside at the *VILLAGE HALL A.G.M.* on Tuesday, July 9th at 7pm.

In the meantime, we hope your Green Fingers are busy tending your gorgeous exhibits for our 36th Annual *HORTICULTURAL CLUB SHOW* on Saturday, 17th August. Entry schedules are available from The Village Shop.


Happy Summer, everyone!

Pilates for All – July Classes at Lurgashall Village Hall

Pilates position

 

Local Pilates teacher Eliza Wheeler is running a flourishing Pilates class at Lurgashall Village Hall every Monday at 7.15pm.

July dates are: Mon. 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd & 29th July. 

Eliza says: “As a Physiotherapist I think Pilates is a wonderful form of exercise, and everyone can benefit from it in some way.  The focus is on strengthening up the ‘core’ – improving strength centrally makes the bits on the outside function better!  We also work on flexibility, balance and posture.  The benefits of regular Pilates include not only toning legs, bums and tums, but also helping to reduce and prevent back pain. 

“Ultimately, it should be fun, and I hope at the end of the class you walk out feeling refreshed and happy.”

If you would like to join the classes or have any questions, please contact Eliza on 07929 365088 or email eliza.wheeler@hotmail.co.uk .