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22 August 2019
August Newsletter
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Monday September 9th 2019         Pilates Classes are starting
Tuesday September 10th 2019      River Tees on Film, Archive Film Show
Thursday October 24th 2019         The Hound of the Baskervilles
Saturday October 26th 2019          Pumpkin Carving Competition
Saturday December 7th 2019        Christmas Dance
Saturday December 14th 2019      Christmas Coffee Morning
Wednesday 22nd April 2020          Juliet and Romeo
Pilates Classes are returning to the Reading Room!
Mondays 9.45 am from 9th Sept 

 
Helens Pilates - Relax and Rebuild
Get in touch to book – Spaces limited - Beginners welcome

Helen Dixon
Body Control Pilates Teacher
t. 07407 053162
Helenspilates@outlook.com

http://www.helenspilates.co.uk



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Tuesday September 10th 7.00pm
‘River Tees On Film’
Community Screening Archive Film Show



River Tees Rediscovered present archive film show put together by the North East Film Archive from River Tees Rediscovered.
This is going to be an interesting, entertaining and lively event featuring Teesside’s industrial heritage, its towns and down to the coast. ‘River Tees on Film’ will take you on a visual journey through the history of the people and places of Teesside and the Tees caught on celluloid over the last century as well as a chance to find out what is happening on the river now.
Tickets are available via http://www.eventbrite.co.uk
(search for River Tees on Film)   

For more information:
http://www.riverteesrediscovered.org

Thursday October 24th 2019 7.30pm
Northern Stage Present …


THE HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES




A hound it was an enormous coal-black hound, but not such a hound as mortal eyes have ever seen …
Following the sell-out success of H.G. Wells’ The War of The Worlds, Northern Stage presents Sherlock Holmes’ most infamous case, adapted from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s gothic classic.

Running Time 1hr 15mins / Recommended age : 12+

Tickets £10 each , £8 for under 18’s available from:

http://neashamreadingroom.org.uk
or http://ruralarts.org.uk
or email neashamrr@gmail.com

Saturday 26th October 2019

Pumpkin Carving Competition


We had an amazing response last year, so go grab your pumpkin carving tools & get creative.
Please put your pumpkins outside your house on display by 5.30pm on Saturday 26th October.
You can join us on the ‘Neasham Walk and Pumpkin Vote Route’ and see who has carved the best pumpkin.

To join us please meet at 1, Teesway at 5.30pm.


PRIZES FOR THE TOP 3 ENTRIES –
1st £25, 2nd £15, 3rd £10.

Saturday December 7th 2019 Christmas Dance…Yes it’s back!!!!

Come along and join us for Neasham’s Christmas Dance 7.00pm till Midnight. Live music from the ever popular, Eric Miller Band.
Tickets are £15 each to include supper and are available by contacting Paul or Pam Dunn on
01325 722798 or email
pamdunns@icloud.com
Only 60 tickets are available so you better get in quick. No ticket, no entry.

Saturday 15th December 10.30am - 12.00 noon

Christmas Coffee Morning


Come along and join us for Christmas festivities and treats at our ever popular Christmas Coffee Morning.
 
Coming in 2020 … Juliet and Romeo


Wednesday 22nd April 2020 7.30pm Lost Dog productions present ‘Juliet and Romeo’ Highly acclaimed contemporary dance with humour and spoken word which premiered at Sadlers Wells last year.

Lost Dog's new show reveals the real story of Romeo and Juliet. It turns out they didn't die in a tragic misunderstanding, they grew up and lived happily ever after. Well... they lived at least. Now they are 40ish, at least one of them is in the grips of a mid-life crisis, they feel constantly mocked by their teenage selves and haunted by the pressures of being the poster couple for romantic love. They have decided to confront their current struggles by putting on a performance-about themselves. Their therapist told them it was a terrible idea. Directed by Olivier Award nominated Ben Duke, this blend of dance, theatre and comedy examines our obsession with youth and 'how things are supposed to be'. A humorous and heartfelt investigation into love, loss and longevity.

Running Time 1hr 15mins / Recommended age : 12+

Tickets £12 each , £10 for under 18’s available from


http://neashamreadingroom.org.uk
or http://ruralarts.org.uk
or email neashamrr@gmail.com
For information on what’s happening in the Reading Room and Neasham visit www.neashamreadingroom.org.uk
Neasham Reading Room | Sockburn Lane | Neasham | Darlington | DL2 1PH
Trustees | Lesley Blundell - Chair | Lee Puchala - Secretary | Barbara Metcalfe – Treasurer
Registered Charity Number – 520854 | NeashamRR@gmail.com






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