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ALL EVENTS FROM NOW ON No. of Events = 37
  • Sun 22 Sep 2019~Fri 27 Sep 2019  MORE THAN WORDS
    Reference Number for this entry is 1460
    Sun 22 Sep ~ Fri 27 Sep 2019
    MORE THAN WORDS
    Literary & Storytelling Events
    Southlands Arts Centre
    Southlands Arts Centre, The Green, West Drayton: Various Times: Various prices: Tickets - Tickets from southlandsarts.co.uk:
    Southlands More Than Words brings local talent and special guests together for a week of Literary and storytelling events in the fabulous surroundings of Southlands Arts Centre.
    A licensed bar will be available at all evenings. light refreshments served during the day.
    Sunday 22nd September (Daytime)

    11am - 5pm Alice In Wonderland family fun day

    Theatre Rotto ‘The Walrus and The Carpenter’
    Limited Tickets £6.00 (combined ticket for both activity session and puppet show.)
    11am-12.30pm Walrus and Carpenter Activity Session
    90 minute activity session that will include paper hat and oyster making. Participants will have an opportunity to feed oysters to the Walrus during the puppet show.
    2.30pm-3.15pm Walrus and Carpenter Puppet show
    A musical childrens puppet show with audience participation from award winning Theatre Rotto featuring a lugubrious walrus puppet, his chippy companion, singing maid cameo appearance from Tweedledum & Tweedledee.
    run time 45 minutes

    1pm-2pm Mad Hatters Tea Party with Argosy Players
    At almost exactly two and a half minutes past one Grab a jam tart and join Alice, the Cheshire Cat, White Rabbit and rest of The Mad Hatters’ nutty acquaintances for a truly bonkers mad tea party. Dress mad, bright and colourful to impress the Hatter!

    11am-4pm
    Storytelling
    Storytelling sessions & games for young children at intervals read by the maid & friends. Stories to include Alice in Wonderland, Wonky Donkey, Timothy Button and more

    Crab & Feathers nonsense factory
    Take part in a big, juicy and highly experimental collaborative creative writing project!

    Jabberwocky Trail a trail of no sense at all. Follow the trail from the looking glass house, through the garden of live flowers and down the rabbit hole, be prepared meet some truly strange beasts and hidden curiosities.

    Sunday 22nd September (Daytime) continued…


    Book stalls with Barnard books and Usborne books

    Croquet on the lawn play croquet on the Queens ground with Giant playing cards and Alice in Wonderland Characters

    Refreshments (most importantly Jam Tarts) served with a smile.

    Book exchange be kind to the planet, share the goodness, refresh your assemblage.







    Sunday 22nd September (Evening) Licensed bar 5.30pm-10.30pm

    Tickets £3.00 Doors 5.30pm Show time 6.30pm


    Exhibition of props, costumes & models
    Costumes, props, models, storyboards, scripts, BTS photographs and video from independent films. Includes gadgets, goggles, spaceships, capes helmets, masks, witches on broomsticks, miniature monsters, creepy crawlies and a full size werewolf costume.

    Live music from The Provincials TBC

    Independent Film makers screen and discuss their work
    A panel of film makers screen their work and discuss the production challenges and rewards of working independently. Film screenings / panel discussion / open Q&A for questions on scriptwriting shooting funding. Contributors include Mike Reed (Deer / Murlyn) Seb Hunter, David Knox Williams, Gav Chuckie Steel (Deadbolt) & Clayton Hamer (Frontline International)






    Tuesday 24th September 2019 (Evening) Licensed bar 6.30pm-11pm

    Tickets £5.00 Doors 6.30pm show time 7.30pm

    Barbara Fisher 'Tales From an old Hack’
    Journalist & Author Barbara Fisher on how she ended up being kissed by a Pitbull, attacked by the BNP, and chasing crashed planes in her second career as a full time journalist in West London.






    Wednesday 25th September 2019 (Evening) Licensed bar 6.30pm-11pm

    Tickets £5.00 Doors 6.30pm show time 7.30pm

    Godfrey Bell ‘Colin Hunter of the Holland Park Circle’
    Author Godfrey Bell on his latest book a biography and comprehensive catalogue of the hugely successful Scottish Victorian artist who exhibited over 100 works at The Royal Academy over thirty five years. Bell became interested in Colin Hunter’s work when he moved into Melbury Road, the site of Hunter’s home and studio.

    Paul Hitchcock ‘A Life Behind the Scenes: From Pinewood to Hollywood’ on his life from an apprenticeship at Pinewood to head of production for Paramount Pictures and Warner Bros working on films such as Mission Impossible, First Knight, Gorillas in the Mist and many more








    Thursday 26th September 2019 (Evening) Licensed bar 6.30pm-11pm

    Tickets £5.00 Doors 6.30pm show time 7.30pm

    An Evening with John Betjeman performed by Brian Ellis.
    One man show on the life and poetry of John Betjeman performed by actor and director Brian Ellis. Poet laureate of the United Kingdom from 1972 until his death in 1984, poet, writer and broadcaster Betjeman often celebrated classic architecture whilst lampooning the superficial nature of contemporary society in his work.
    Brian Ellis has extensive experience as an actor and director in West End and regional theatre. His credits include Fiddler on the Roof, Treasure Island and 1500 performances of Annie. he is also appeared in Television shows Z Cars, Doctor Who, The Bill, Poirot and Chandler & CO.



    Friday 27th September 2019 (Evening) Licensed bar 6.30pm-11pm 7.30pm

    Open Mic night at Southlands Art Centre
    open night when the spotlight turns to local talent. Poets, readers, comedians, singers musicians and the weird and wonderful in between have the chance to take the stage.
     
  • Mon 23 Sep 2019   DEMONSTRATION
    Reference Number for this entry is 1399
    Mon 23 Sep 2019
    DEMONSTRATION
    Painting an Oil Seascape by Paul Simmons
    Eastcote Art Society
    Eastcote community centre, Southbourne Gardens, Eastcote: 7.45pm: 3:
  • Tue 1 Oct 2019   DEMONSTRATION BY LEWIS HAZELWOOD HORNER
    Reference Number for this entry is 1414
    Tue 1 Oct 2019
    DEMONSTRATION BY LEWIS HAZELWOOD HORNER
    An Interior in Acrylics
    Society of Ruislip Artists
    The Great Barn, Manor Farm, Ruislip: 7.30 pm - 9.30 pm: Guests 3: Tickets - joycecarpenter@hotmail.com:
  • Tue 1 Oct 2019   TALK BY SIAN FENWICK
    Reference Number for this entry is 1458
    Tue 1 Oct 2019
    TALK BY SIAN FENWICK
    My Journey in Textiles
    Harrow and Hillingdon Embroiderers Guild
    Pinner Village Hall, Chapel Lane Car Park, Pinner: 7-45 pm: Visitors 3:
  • Sat 5 Oct 2019   NORTHWOOD CRAFT MARKET
    Reference Number for this entry is 1392
    Sat 5 Oct 2019
    NORTHWOOD CRAFT MARKET
    Hand Crafted items for sale
    Northwood Craft Market
    Church Hall, Methodist Church, Oaklands Gate, Northwood.: 10am to 2pm: Admission Free:
    Cards, Jewelry, and lots of hand made items for sale,  all made by local crafters.
    Also Plants for sale and the church coffee shop close by.
  • Sun 6 Oct 2019~Sat 19 Oct 2019  Autumn Exhibition
    Reference Number for this entry is 1415
    Sun 6 Oct ~ Sat 19 Oct 2019
    Autumn Exhibition
    Paintings of different styles & media
    Society of Ruislip Artists
    The Cow Byre (next to Ruislip Library), Bury Street, Ruislip, HA4 7QL: 10.00 am - 5.00 pm: Free: Tickets - joycecarpenter@hotmail.com:
  • Thu 10 Oct 2019   DEMONSTRATION
    Reference Number for this entry is 1441
    Thu 10 Oct 2019
    DEMONSTRATION
    Portrait in oils with Peter Keegan
    Ickenham Art Society
    The Scout Hut, Community Close, Ickenham: 7-30pm: Visitors 3:
  • Thu 10 Oct 2019   SHADES OF AUTUMN FLOWER DEMO
    Reference Number for this entry is 1462
    Thu 10 Oct 2019
    SHADES OF AUTUMN FLOWER DEMO
    flower arrangements demonstration
    Uxbridge and Ickenham Floral Art Society
    ICKENHAM VILLAGE HALL: 7.00-9.30 pm: 5 NON MEMBERS: Tickets - crissiebenn@hotmail.co.uk:
  • Tue 15 Oct 2019   CONCERT
    Reference Number for this entry is 1454
    Tue 15 Oct 2019
    CONCERT
    Peter Allanson - Baritone.
    Activities4You
    St. John`s Church Hall, Hallowell Rd. Northwood: Doors open 10-30am ,,Concert 11-30.: Admission Free Refreshments 1.50:
    Concerts every 3rd Tuesday of the month
  • Sun 20 Oct 2019~Sat 2 Nov 2019  EXHIBITION
    Reference Number for this entry is 1396
    Sun 20 Oct ~ Sat 2 Nov 2019
    EXHIBITION
    Paintings for sale or to enjoy
    Ickenham Art Society
    The Cow Byre (next to Ruislip Library), Bury Street, Ruislip, HA4 7QL: 10am to 5pm: Admission Free:
    Come and enjoy looking at a large selection of paintings, in various media.  If there is one you like and would like to enjoy for years to come, then why not buy it?  Prices are very reasonable.
  • Sat 2 Nov 2019   NORTHWOOD CRAFT MARKET
    Reference Number for this entry is 1393
    Sat 2 Nov 2019
    NORTHWOOD CRAFT MARKET
    Hand Crafted items for sale
    Northwood Craft Market
    Church Hall, Methodist Church, Oaklands Gate, Northwood.: 10am to 2pm: Admission Free:
    Cards, Jewelry, and lots of hand made items for sale,  all made by local crafters.
    Also Plants for sale and the church coffee shop close by.
  • Tue 5 Nov 2019   Demonstration by Jean Turton
    Reference Number for this entry is 1416
    Tue 5 Nov 2019
    Demonstration by Jean Turton
    Chinese Brush, Flowers & Birds
    Society of Ruislip Artists
    Winston Churchill Hall Lounge: 7.30 pm - 9.30 pm: Guests £3: Tickets - joycecarpenter@hotmail.com:
  • Thu 7 Nov 2019   PAINTING WORKSHOP
    Reference Number for this entry is 1443
    Thu 7 Nov 2019
    PAINTING WORKSHOP
    with stick & ink - Mary Pelham.
    Ickenham Art Society
    The Scout Hut, Community Close, Ickenham: 7-30pm: Visitors 3:
    Mary Pelham shows us how to paint with a stick and ink only.  Materials provided.
  • Wed 13 Nov 2019~Sat 16 Nov 2019  ROLEPLAY
    Reference Number for this entry is 1450
    Wed 13 Nov ~ Sat 16 Nov 2019
    ROLEPLAY
    A comedy by Alan Ayckbourn
    Ruislip Dramatic Society
    Compass Theatre, Glebe Avenue, Ickenham.: 7.45pm: 12: Concessions: (11 Wednesday & Thursday only): Tickets - Book online at www.hillingdontheatres.uk. Tel. 01895 250615 or 07856 246517.:
    Ruislip Dramatic Society invites you to this hilarious “Meet the Parents” style dinner party from hell.

    Julie-Ann and Justin are about to announce their engagement during a special meal with both sets of parents. But then a gangster’s moll and former lap-dancer: Paige Petite, and her highly strung gun-toting minder quite literally drop in from upstairs!  Add to this the arrival of Justin’s upper crust alcoholic mother from Surrey, and Julie-Ann’s prim and highly prejudiced parents from Yorkshire and you have all the ingredients for this wonderfully funny Alan Ayckbourn comedy.
     
    2019 is Ayckbourn’s 80th birthday year and the 60th anniversary of his playwriting debut. RolePlay shows him at his very best with wonderfully funny orchestrated mayhem alongside subtle insights into family relationships and class distinctions.  
     
  • Thu 14 Nov 2019   TALK ABOUT ARTS
    Reference Number for this entry is 1444
    Thu 14 Nov 2019
    TALK ABOUT ARTS
    With Illustrations by Colin Lomas
    Ickenham Art Society
    The Scout Hut, Community Close, Ickenham: 7-30pm: Visitors 3:
    Colin lomas gives another fascinating talk about famous Artists and their paintings, illustrating it with slides of famous paintings.
  • Thu 14 Nov 2019   ELVES WORKSHOP - XMAS DEMO
    Reference Number for this entry is 1463
    Thu 14 Nov 2019
    ELVES WORKSHOP - XMAS DEMO
    flower arrangements demonstration/ STALLS
    Uxbridge and Ickenham Floral Art Society
    ICKENHAM VILLAGE HALL: 7.00-9.30 pm: 5 NON MEMBERS: Tickets - crissiebenn@hotmail.co.uk:
  • Tue 19 Nov 2019   CONCERT
    Reference Number for this entry is 1455
    Tue 19 Nov 2019
    CONCERT
    Fumi Otsuki-Violin/Gina Kruga-Piano
    Activities4You
    St. John`s Church Hall, Hallowell Rd. Northwood: Doors open 10-30am ,,Concert 11-30.: Admission Free Refreshments 1.50:
    Concerts every 3rd Tuesday of the month
  • Thu 21 Nov 2019   PAINTING WORKSHOP
    Reference Number for this entry is 1445
    Thu 21 Nov 2019
    PAINTING WORKSHOP
    Using Wax Resist.
    Ickenham Art Society
    The Scout Hut, Community Close, Ickenham: 7-30pm: Visitors 3:
    How to use WAX RESIST  in your paintings.  Materials provided.
  • Thu 21 Nov 2019~Sat 23 Nov 2019  THE LADY VANISHES
    Reference Number for this entry is 1452
    Thu 21 Nov ~ Sat 23 Nov 2019
    THE LADY VANISHES
    On a train to England a passenger disappears
    Harefield Amateur Dramatic Society
    St Marys Church Hall, High Street, Harefield, Middlesex UB9 6BX: 21st/22nd - 7.30 for 8pm. 23rd - 7pm for 7.30pm: 21/22 - 9.50: 23rd - 10.50 incl wine,nibbles: Concessions: (21st only - 7.50. Over 60 and under 18.): Tickets - 01895253346/janscurr@hotmail.com:
    On a train headed for England is a mixed group of travellers, one of which,
    wealthy socialite, Iris Carr, befriends an elderly woman, Miss Froy. 
     
    After lunch and a nap, Iris wakes to find Miss Froy has disappeared. 
    She is astonished to find that everyone in the compartment denies her
    ever being there!
     
    What secrets are being hidden by the sinister Doctor, the fierce Baroness,
    Mr and Mrs Todhunter and the Vicar and his wife?
     
    Meeting up with Max and his friend the Professor, Iris determines to get to
    the bottom of the mystery – a quest with possibly fatal consequences.  
    As Max and Iris try to find answers to the mysterious disappearance, romance blossoms.
     
  • Sat 23 Nov 2019   MUSIC FROM THE HAPSBURG EMPIRE
    Reference Number for this entry is 1451
    Sat 23 Nov 2019
    MUSIC FROM THE HAPSBURG EMPIRE
    Works by Dvořk, Kodaly & Supp
    Hillingdon Philharmonic Orchestra
    Winston Churchill Theatre, Pinn Way, Ruislip: 7.30pm: 12: Concessions: (10, Children 11-16 5, under-11 FOC): Tickets - Book online at www.hillingdontheatres.uk. Tel.01895 250615 or 01895 674223.:
    Soloist Indira Grier joins the Hillingdon Philharmonic Orchestra to perform Dvořák’s magnificent Cello Concerto at this special concert celebrating music from the countries of the Hapsburg Empire. The programme will also include Dvořák’s Slavonic Dances, Kodaly’s Hary Janos Suite and Suppé’s Poet and Peasant Overture. A wonderful opportunity to hear these favourite classics performed live in the local area.
     
  • Sat 30 Nov 2019   Winter Concert
    Reference Number for this entry is 1434
    Sat 30 Nov 2019
    Winter Concert
    Music by Albinoni, Charpentier, Bach & Purcell
    Sine Nomine Singers
    All Saints Church, Ryefield Avenue, Hillingdon, UB10 9BT: 7.30: 12 in advance 14 on door: Tickets - Ticketsource.co.uk/SNS or phone 0208 933 7908:
  • Sat 30 Nov 2019   Hillingdon Choral Society
    Reference Number for this entry is 1442
    Sat 30 Nov 2019
    Hillingdon Choral Society
    Advent Concert
    Hillingdon Choral Society
    Ickenham United Reform Church: 7:30pm: 12 adults / 3 children: Tickets - On the door or hillingdonchoralsociety@gmail.com / 0208 582 3694:
    Music and readings for Advent including W S Lloyd Webber's 'Prince of Peace'
     
  • Sat 30 Nov 2019   PAINTING EXHIBITION
    Reference Number for this entry is 1446
    Sat 30 Nov 2019
    PAINTING EXHIBITION
    `At Home` exhibition.
    Ickenham Art Society
    Ickenham Village Hall: 10am to 3pm: Admission Free:
  • Sat 7 Dec 2019   NORTHWOOD CRAFT MARKET
    Reference Number for this entry is 1394
    Sat 7 Dec 2019
    NORTHWOOD CRAFT MARKET
    Hand Crafted items for sale
    Northwood Craft Market
    Church Hall, Methodist Church, Oaklands Gate, Northwood.: 10am to 3pm: Admission Free:
    Cards, Jewelry, and lots of ideas for Christmas Gifts, all hand made.  all made by local crafters.
    Also Plants for sale and the church coffee shop close by.
  • Sat 7 Dec 2019   AS LONG AS I HAVE MUSIC
    Reference Number for this entry is 1461
    Sat 7 Dec 2019
    AS LONG AS I HAVE MUSIC
    Choral music for female voices
    Hillingdon U3A Singers
    Christ Church Redford Way, Belmont Rd, Uxbridge UB8 1SZ: 7.30 to 9.45 p.m.: 10 including light refreshments: Concessions: (Children free): Tickets - 01895 812229 to reserve:
  • Thu 12 Dec 2019   FLOWER ARRANGING
    Reference Number for this entry is 1464
    Thu 12 Dec 2019
    FLOWER ARRANGING
    Magic of Christmas Demonstration
    Uxbridge and Ickenham Floral Art Society
    ICKENHAM VILLAGE HALL: 7.00-9.30 pm: 8 NON MEMBERS / 3 MEMBERS: Tickets - crissiebenn@hotmail.co.uk:
  • Sat 14 Dec 2019   Christmas Concert
    Reference Number for this entry is 1422
    Sat 14 Dec 2019
    Christmas Concert
    Britten's Festival of Carols
    Eastcote and Ruislip Choral Society
    St. Edmund?s Church, Pinner Rd., Northwood Hills HA6 1QS: 3.30 pm: £12: Concessions: (Under 12 yr olds free): Tickets - Tickets On the door:
     Benjamin Britten's Festival of Carols.
    Traditional carols for all, with Bourne Junior School choir.
  • Tue 17 Dec 2019   CONCERT
    Reference Number for this entry is 1456
    Tue 17 Dec 2019
    CONCERT
    St. John's Singers.
    Activities4You
    St. John`s Church Hall, Hallowell Rd. Northwood: Doors open 10-30am ,,Concert 11-30.: Admission Free Refreshments 1.50:
    Concerts every 3rd Tuesday of the month
  • Tue 14 Jan 2020   Artwork and Framing
    Reference Number for this entry is 1417
    Tue 14 Jan 2020
    Artwork and Framing
    Self Help Evening
    Society of Ruislip Artists
    The Great Barn, Manor Farm, Ruislip: 7.30 pm - 9.30 pm: Guests £3: Tickets - joycecarpenter@hotmail.com:
  • Thu 16 Jan 2020   PAINTING DEMONSTRATION
    Reference Number for this entry is 1447
    Thu 16 Jan 2020
    PAINTING DEMONSTRATION
    with Sue Holmes.
    Ickenham Art Society
    The Scout Hut, Community Close, Ickenham: 7-30pm: Admission Free:
  • Mon 20 Jan 2020   DEMONSTRATION by Mark Fennell
    Reference Number for this entry is 1430
    Mon 20 Jan 2020
    DEMONSTRATION by Mark Fennell
    Painting a Portrait
    Eastcote Art Society
    Eastcote community centre, Southbourne Gardens, Eastcote: 7.45pm: 3: Tickets - rjbrooks10@virginmedia.com:
  • Tue 4 Feb 2020   Demonstration by Frank Walters
    Reference Number for this entry is 1418
    Tue 4 Feb 2020
    Demonstration by Frank Walters
    A Landscape in Walercolours
    Society of Ruislip Artists
    Winston Churchill Hall Lounge: 7.30 pm - 9.30 pm: Guests £3: Tickets - joycecarpenter@hotmail.com:
  • Thu 6 Feb 2020   LIFE DRAWING
    Reference Number for this entry is 1448
    Thu 6 Feb 2020
    LIFE DRAWING
    Model gives 20 min. poses.
    Ickenham Art Society
    The Scout Hut, Community Close, Ickenham: 7-30pm: Visitors 3:
  • Thu 20 Feb 2020   PAINTING DEMONSTRATION
    Reference Number for this entry is 1449
    Thu 20 Feb 2020
    PAINTING DEMONSTRATION
    With Roger Delllar
    Ickenham Art Society
    The Scout Hut, Community Close, Ickenham: 7-30pm: Visitors 3:
    Title and Medium to be arranged.
  • Sun 1 Mar 2020~Sat 14 Mar 2020  Spring Exhibition
    Reference Number for this entry is 1419
    Sun 1 Mar ~ Sat 14 Mar 2020
    Spring Exhibition
    Paintings of different styles & media
    Society of Ruislip Artists
    Cow Byre Manor Farm, Ruislip: 10.00 am - 5.00 pm: Free: Tickets - joycecarpenter@hotmail.com:
  • Mon 2 Mar 2020   DEMONSTRATION by Phil Madley
    Reference Number for this entry is 1431
    Mon 2 Mar 2020
    DEMONSTRATION by Phil Madley
    Encaustic Wax
    Eastcote Art Society
    Eastcote community centre, Southbourne Gardens, Eastcote: 7.45pm: 3: Tickets - rjbrooks10@virginmedia.com:
  • Tue 3 Mar 2020   Demonstration by George Boyter
    Reference Number for this entry is 1420
    Tue 3 Mar 2020
    Demonstration by George Boyter
    Line and Wash
    Society of Ruislip Artists
    Winston Churchill Hall Lounge: 7.30 pm - 9.30 pm: Guests £3: Tickets - joycecarpenter@hotmail.com:
EVENTS FOR NEXT 7 DAYS No. of Events = 2
  • Sun 22 Sep 2019~Fri 27 Sep 2019  MORE THAN WORDS
    Reference Number for this entry is 1460
    Sun 22 Sep ~ Fri 27 Sep 2019
    MORE THAN WORDS
    Literary & Storytelling Events
    Southlands Arts Centre
    Southlands Arts Centre, The Green, West Drayton: Various Times: Various prices: Tickets - Tickets from southlandsarts.co.uk:
    Southlands More Than Words brings local talent and special guests together for a week of Literary and storytelling events in the fabulous surroundings of Southlands Arts Centre.
    A licensed bar will be available at all evenings. light refreshments served during the day.
    Sunday 22nd September (Daytime)

    11am - 5pm Alice In Wonderland family fun day

    Theatre Rotto ‘The Walrus and The Carpenter’
    Limited Tickets £6.00 (combined ticket for both activity session and puppet show.)
    11am-12.30pm Walrus and Carpenter Activity Session
    90 minute activity session that will include paper hat and oyster making. Participants will have an opportunity to feed oysters to the Walrus during the puppet show.
    2.30pm-3.15pm Walrus and Carpenter Puppet show
    A musical childrens puppet show with audience participation from award winning Theatre Rotto featuring a lugubrious walrus puppet, his chippy companion, singing maid cameo appearance from Tweedledum & Tweedledee.
    run time 45 minutes

    1pm-2pm Mad Hatters Tea Party with Argosy Players
    At almost exactly two and a half minutes past one Grab a jam tart and join Alice, the Cheshire Cat, White Rabbit and rest of The Mad Hatters’ nutty acquaintances for a truly bonkers mad tea party. Dress mad, bright and colourful to impress the Hatter!

    11am-4pm
    Storytelling
    Storytelling sessions & games for young children at intervals read by the maid & friends. Stories to include Alice in Wonderland, Wonky Donkey, Timothy Button and more

    Crab & Feathers nonsense factory
    Take part in a big, juicy and highly experimental collaborative creative writing project!

    Jabberwocky Trail a trail of no sense at all. Follow the trail from the looking glass house, through the garden of live flowers and down the rabbit hole, be prepared meet some truly strange beasts and hidden curiosities.

    Sunday 22nd September (Daytime) continued…


    Book stalls with Barnard books and Usborne books

    Croquet on the lawn play croquet on the Queens ground with Giant playing cards and Alice in Wonderland Characters

    Refreshments (most importantly Jam Tarts) served with a smile.

    Book exchange be kind to the planet, share the goodness, refresh your assemblage.







    Sunday 22nd September (Evening) Licensed bar 5.30pm-10.30pm

    Tickets £3.00 Doors 5.30pm Show time 6.30pm


    Exhibition of props, costumes & models
    Costumes, props, models, storyboards, scripts, BTS photographs and video from independent films. Includes gadgets, goggles, spaceships, capes helmets, masks, witches on broomsticks, miniature monsters, creepy crawlies and a full size werewolf costume.

    Live music from The Provincials TBC

    Independent Film makers screen and discuss their work
    A panel of film makers screen their work and discuss the production challenges and rewards of working independently. Film screenings / panel discussion / open Q&A for questions on scriptwriting shooting funding. Contributors include Mike Reed (Deer / Murlyn) Seb Hunter, David Knox Williams, Gav Chuckie Steel (Deadbolt) & Clayton Hamer (Frontline International)






    Tuesday 24th September 2019 (Evening) Licensed bar 6.30pm-11pm

    Tickets £5.00 Doors 6.30pm show time 7.30pm

    Barbara Fisher 'Tales From an old Hack’
    Journalist & Author Barbara Fisher on how she ended up being kissed by a Pitbull, attacked by the BNP, and chasing crashed planes in her second career as a full time journalist in West London.






    Wednesday 25th September 2019 (Evening) Licensed bar 6.30pm-11pm

    Tickets £5.00 Doors 6.30pm show time 7.30pm

    Godfrey Bell ‘Colin Hunter of the Holland Park Circle’
    Author Godfrey Bell on his latest book a biography and comprehensive catalogue of the hugely successful Scottish Victorian artist who exhibited over 100 works at The Royal Academy over thirty five years. Bell became interested in Colin Hunter’s work when he moved into Melbury Road, the site of Hunter’s home and studio.

    Paul Hitchcock ‘A Life Behind the Scenes: From Pinewood to Hollywood’ on his life from an apprenticeship at Pinewood to head of production for Paramount Pictures and Warner Bros working on films such as Mission Impossible, First Knight, Gorillas in the Mist and many more








    Thursday 26th September 2019 (Evening) Licensed bar 6.30pm-11pm

    Tickets £5.00 Doors 6.30pm show time 7.30pm

    An Evening with John Betjeman performed by Brian Ellis.
    One man show on the life and poetry of John Betjeman performed by actor and director Brian Ellis. Poet laureate of the United Kingdom from 1972 until his death in 1984, poet, writer and broadcaster Betjeman often celebrated classic architecture whilst lampooning the superficial nature of contemporary society in his work.
    Brian Ellis has extensive experience as an actor and director in West End and regional theatre. His credits include Fiddler on the Roof, Treasure Island and 1500 performances of Annie. he is also appeared in Television shows Z Cars, Doctor Who, The Bill, Poirot and Chandler & CO.



    Friday 27th September 2019 (Evening) Licensed bar 6.30pm-11pm 7.30pm

    Open Mic night at Southlands Art Centre
    open night when the spotlight turns to local talent. Poets, readers, comedians, singers musicians and the weird and wonderful in between have the chance to take the stage.
     
  • Mon 23 Sep 2019   DEMONSTRATION
    Reference Number for this entry is 1399
    Mon 23 Sep 2019
    DEMONSTRATION
    Painting an Oil Seascape by Paul Simmons
    Eastcote Art Society
    Eastcote community centre, Southbourne Gardens, Eastcote: 7.45pm: 3:
EVENTS FOR NEXT 4 weeks No. of Events = 10
  • Sun 22 Sep 2019~Fri 27 Sep 2019  MORE THAN WORDS
    Reference Number for this entry is 1460
    Sun 22 Sep ~ Fri 27 Sep 2019
    MORE THAN WORDS
    Literary & Storytelling Events
    Southlands Arts Centre
    Southlands Arts Centre, The Green, West Drayton: Various Times: Various prices: Tickets - Tickets from southlandsarts.co.uk:
    Southlands More Than Words brings local talent and special guests together for a week of Literary and storytelling events in the fabulous surroundings of Southlands Arts Centre.
    A licensed bar will be available at all evenings. light refreshments served during the day.
    Sunday 22nd September (Daytime)

    11am - 5pm Alice In Wonderland family fun day

    Theatre Rotto ‘The Walrus and The Carpenter’
    Limited Tickets £6.00 (combined ticket for both activity session and puppet show.)
    11am-12.30pm Walrus and Carpenter Activity Session
    90 minute activity session that will include paper hat and oyster making. Participants will have an opportunity to feed oysters to the Walrus during the puppet show.
    2.30pm-3.15pm Walrus and Carpenter Puppet show
    A musical childrens puppet show with audience participation from award winning Theatre Rotto featuring a lugubrious walrus puppet, his chippy companion, singing maid cameo appearance from Tweedledum & Tweedledee.
    run time 45 minutes

    1pm-2pm Mad Hatters Tea Party with Argosy Players
    At almost exactly two and a half minutes past one Grab a jam tart and join Alice, the Cheshire Cat, White Rabbit and rest of The Mad Hatters’ nutty acquaintances for a truly bonkers mad tea party. Dress mad, bright and colourful to impress the Hatter!

    11am-4pm
    Storytelling
    Storytelling sessions & games for young children at intervals read by the maid & friends. Stories to include Alice in Wonderland, Wonky Donkey, Timothy Button and more

    Crab & Feathers nonsense factory
    Take part in a big, juicy and highly experimental collaborative creative writing project!

    Jabberwocky Trail a trail of no sense at all. Follow the trail from the looking glass house, through the garden of live flowers and down the rabbit hole, be prepared meet some truly strange beasts and hidden curiosities.

    Sunday 22nd September (Daytime) continued…


    Book stalls with Barnard books and Usborne books

    Croquet on the lawn play croquet on the Queens ground with Giant playing cards and Alice in Wonderland Characters

    Refreshments (most importantly Jam Tarts) served with a smile.

    Book exchange be kind to the planet, share the goodness, refresh your assemblage.







    Sunday 22nd September (Evening) Licensed bar 5.30pm-10.30pm

    Tickets £3.00 Doors 5.30pm Show time 6.30pm


    Exhibition of props, costumes & models
    Costumes, props, models, storyboards, scripts, BTS photographs and video from independent films. Includes gadgets, goggles, spaceships, capes helmets, masks, witches on broomsticks, miniature monsters, creepy crawlies and a full size werewolf costume.

    Live music from The Provincials TBC

    Independent Film makers screen and discuss their work
    A panel of film makers screen their work and discuss the production challenges and rewards of working independently. Film screenings / panel discussion / open Q&A for questions on scriptwriting shooting funding. Contributors include Mike Reed (Deer / Murlyn) Seb Hunter, David Knox Williams, Gav Chuckie Steel (Deadbolt) & Clayton Hamer (Frontline International)






    Tuesday 24th September 2019 (Evening) Licensed bar 6.30pm-11pm

    Tickets £5.00 Doors 6.30pm show time 7.30pm

    Barbara Fisher 'Tales From an old Hack’
    Journalist & Author Barbara Fisher on how she ended up being kissed by a Pitbull, attacked by the BNP, and chasing crashed planes in her second career as a full time journalist in West London.






    Wednesday 25th September 2019 (Evening) Licensed bar 6.30pm-11pm

    Tickets £5.00 Doors 6.30pm show time 7.30pm

    Godfrey Bell ‘Colin Hunter of the Holland Park Circle’
    Author Godfrey Bell on his latest book a biography and comprehensive catalogue of the hugely successful Scottish Victorian artist who exhibited over 100 works at The Royal Academy over thirty five years. Bell became interested in Colin Hunter’s work when he moved into Melbury Road, the site of Hunter’s home and studio.

    Paul Hitchcock ‘A Life Behind the Scenes: From Pinewood to Hollywood’ on his life from an apprenticeship at Pinewood to head of production for Paramount Pictures and Warner Bros working on films such as Mission Impossible, First Knight, Gorillas in the Mist and many more








    Thursday 26th September 2019 (Evening) Licensed bar 6.30pm-11pm

    Tickets £5.00 Doors 6.30pm show time 7.30pm

    An Evening with John Betjeman performed by Brian Ellis.
    One man show on the life and poetry of John Betjeman performed by actor and director Brian Ellis. Poet laureate of the United Kingdom from 1972 until his death in 1984, poet, writer and broadcaster Betjeman often celebrated classic architecture whilst lampooning the superficial nature of contemporary society in his work.
    Brian Ellis has extensive experience as an actor and director in West End and regional theatre. His credits include Fiddler on the Roof, Treasure Island and 1500 performances of Annie. he is also appeared in Television shows Z Cars, Doctor Who, The Bill, Poirot and Chandler & CO.



    Friday 27th September 2019 (Evening) Licensed bar 6.30pm-11pm 7.30pm

    Open Mic night at Southlands Art Centre
    open night when the spotlight turns to local talent. Poets, readers, comedians, singers musicians and the weird and wonderful in between have the chance to take the stage.
     
  • Mon 23 Sep 2019   DEMONSTRATION
    Reference Number for this entry is 1399
    Mon 23 Sep 2019
    DEMONSTRATION
    Painting an Oil Seascape by Paul Simmons
    Eastcote Art Society
    Eastcote community centre, Southbourne Gardens, Eastcote: 7.45pm: 3:
  • Tue 1 Oct 2019   DEMONSTRATION BY LEWIS HAZELWOOD HORNER
    Reference Number for this entry is 1414
    Tue 1 Oct 2019
    DEMONSTRATION BY LEWIS HAZELWOOD HORNER
    An Interior in Acrylics
    Society of Ruislip Artists
    The Great Barn, Manor Farm, Ruislip: 7.30 pm - 9.30 pm: Guests 3: Tickets - joycecarpenter@hotmail.com:
  • Tue 1 Oct 2019   TALK BY SIAN FENWICK
    Reference Number for this entry is 1458
    Tue 1 Oct 2019
    TALK BY SIAN FENWICK
    My Journey in Textiles
    Harrow and Hillingdon Embroiderers Guild
    Pinner Village Hall, Chapel Lane Car Park, Pinner: 7-45 pm: Visitors 3:
  • Sat 5 Oct 2019   NORTHWOOD CRAFT MARKET
    Reference Number for this entry is 1392
    Sat 5 Oct 2019
    NORTHWOOD CRAFT MARKET
    Hand Crafted items for sale
    Northwood Craft Market
    Church Hall, Methodist Church, Oaklands Gate, Northwood.: 10am to 2pm: Admission Free:
    Cards, Jewelry, and lots of hand made items for sale,  all made by local crafters.
    Also Plants for sale and the church coffee shop close by.
  • Sun 6 Oct 2019~Sat 19 Oct 2019  Autumn Exhibition
    Reference Number for this entry is 1415
    Sun 6 Oct ~ Sat 19 Oct 2019
    Autumn Exhibition
    Paintings of different styles & media
    Society of Ruislip Artists
    The Cow Byre (next to Ruislip Library), Bury Street, Ruislip, HA4 7QL: 10.00 am - 5.00 pm: Free: Tickets - joycecarpenter@hotmail.com:
  • Thu 10 Oct 2019   DEMONSTRATION
    Reference Number for this entry is 1441
    Thu 10 Oct 2019
    DEMONSTRATION
    Portrait in oils with Peter Keegan
    Ickenham Art Society
    The Scout Hut, Community Close, Ickenham: 7-30pm: Visitors 3:
  • Thu 10 Oct 2019   SHADES OF AUTUMN FLOWER DEMO
    Reference Number for this entry is 1462
    Thu 10 Oct 2019
    SHADES OF AUTUMN FLOWER DEMO
    flower arrangements demonstration
    Uxbridge and Ickenham Floral Art Society
    ICKENHAM VILLAGE HALL: 7.00-9.30 pm: 5 NON MEMBERS: Tickets - crissiebenn@hotmail.co.uk:
  • Tue 15 Oct 2019   CONCERT
    Reference Number for this entry is 1454
    Tue 15 Oct 2019
    CONCERT
    Peter Allanson - Baritone.
    Activities4You
    St. John`s Church Hall, Hallowell Rd. Northwood: Doors open 10-30am ,,Concert 11-30.: Admission Free Refreshments 1.50:
    Concerts every 3rd Tuesday of the month
  • Sun 20 Oct 2019~Sat 2 Nov 2019  EXHIBITION
    Reference Number for this entry is 1396
    Sun 20 Oct ~ Sat 2 Nov 2019
    EXHIBITION
    Paintings for sale or to enjoy
    Ickenham Art Society
    The Cow Byre (next to Ruislip Library), Bury Street, Ruislip, HA4 7QL: 10am to 5pm: Admission Free:
    Come and enjoy looking at a large selection of paintings, in various media.  If there is one you like and would like to enjoy for years to come, then why not buy it?  Prices are very reasonable.
From Future back to To-day No. of Events = 37
  • Tue 3 Mar 2020   Demonstration by George Boyter
    Reference Number for this entry is 1420
    Tue 3 Mar 2020
    Demonstration by George Boyter
    Line and Wash
    Society of Ruislip Artists
    Winston Churchill Hall Lounge: 7.30 pm - 9.30 pm: Guests £3: Tickets - joycecarpenter@hotmail.com:
  • Mon 2 Mar 2020   DEMONSTRATION by Phil Madley
    Reference Number for this entry is 1431
    Mon 2 Mar 2020
    DEMONSTRATION by Phil Madley
    Encaustic Wax
    Eastcote Art Society
    Eastcote community centre, Southbourne Gardens, Eastcote: 7.45pm: 3: Tickets - rjbrooks10@virginmedia.com:
  • Sun 1 Mar 2020~Sat 14 Mar 2020  Spring Exhibition
    Reference Number for this entry is 1419
    Sun 1 Mar ~ Sat 14 Mar 2020
    Spring Exhibition
    Paintings of different styles & media
    Society of Ruislip Artists
    Cow Byre Manor Farm, Ruislip: 10.00 am - 5.00 pm: Free: Tickets - joycecarpenter@hotmail.com:
  • Thu 20 Feb 2020   PAINTING DEMONSTRATION
    Reference Number for this entry is 1449
    Thu 20 Feb 2020
    PAINTING DEMONSTRATION
    With Roger Delllar
    Ickenham Art Society
    The Scout Hut, Community Close, Ickenham: 7-30pm: Visitors 3:
    Title and Medium to be arranged.
  • Thu 6 Feb 2020   LIFE DRAWING
    Reference Number for this entry is 1448
    Thu 6 Feb 2020
    LIFE DRAWING
    Model gives 20 min. poses.
    Ickenham Art Society
    The Scout Hut, Community Close, Ickenham: 7-30pm: Visitors 3:
  • Tue 4 Feb 2020   Demonstration by Frank Walters
    Reference Number for this entry is 1418
    Tue 4 Feb 2020
    Demonstration by Frank Walters
    A Landscape in Walercolours
    Society of Ruislip Artists
    Winston Churchill Hall Lounge: 7.30 pm - 9.30 pm: Guests £3: Tickets - joycecarpenter@hotmail.com:
  • Mon 20 Jan 2020   DEMONSTRATION by Mark Fennell
    Reference Number for this entry is 1430
    Mon 20 Jan 2020
    DEMONSTRATION by Mark Fennell
    Painting a Portrait
    Eastcote Art Society
    Eastcote community centre, Southbourne Gardens, Eastcote: 7.45pm: 3: Tickets - rjbrooks10@virginmedia.com:
  • Thu 16 Jan 2020   PAINTING DEMONSTRATION
    Reference Number for this entry is 1447
    Thu 16 Jan 2020
    PAINTING DEMONSTRATION
    with Sue Holmes.
    Ickenham Art Society
    The Scout Hut, Community Close, Ickenham: 7-30pm: Admission Free:
  • Tue 14 Jan 2020   Artwork and Framing
    Reference Number for this entry is 1417
    Tue 14 Jan 2020
    Artwork and Framing
    Self Help Evening
    Society of Ruislip Artists
    The Great Barn, Manor Farm, Ruislip: 7.30 pm - 9.30 pm: Guests £3: Tickets - joycecarpenter@hotmail.com:
  • Tue 17 Dec 2019   CONCERT
    Reference Number for this entry is 1456
    Tue 17 Dec 2019
    CONCERT
    St. John's Singers.
    Activities4You
    St. John`s Church Hall, Hallowell Rd. Northwood: Doors open 10-30am ,,Concert 11-30.: Admission Free Refreshments 1.50:
    Concerts every 3rd Tuesday of the month
  • Sat 14 Dec 2019   Christmas Concert
    Reference Number for this entry is 1422
    Sat 14 Dec 2019
    Christmas Concert
    Britten's Festival of Carols
    Eastcote and Ruislip Choral Society
    St. Edmund?s Church, Pinner Rd., Northwood Hills HA6 1QS: 3.30 pm: £12: Concessions: (Under 12 yr olds free): Tickets - Tickets On the door:
     Benjamin Britten's Festival of Carols.
    Traditional carols for all, with Bourne Junior School choir.
  • Thu 12 Dec 2019   FLOWER ARRANGING
    Reference Number for this entry is 1464
    Thu 12 Dec 2019
    FLOWER ARRANGING
    Magic of Christmas Demonstration
    Uxbridge and Ickenham Floral Art Society
    ICKENHAM VILLAGE HALL: 7.00-9.30 pm: 8 NON MEMBERS / 3 MEMBERS: Tickets - crissiebenn@hotmail.co.uk:
  • Sat 7 Dec 2019   NORTHWOOD CRAFT MARKET
    Reference Number for this entry is 1394
    Sat 7 Dec 2019
    NORTHWOOD CRAFT MARKET
    Hand Crafted items for sale
    Northwood Craft Market
    Church Hall, Methodist Church, Oaklands Gate, Northwood.: 10am to 3pm: Admission Free:
    Cards, Jewelry, and lots of ideas for Christmas Gifts, all hand made.  all made by local crafters.
    Also Plants for sale and the church coffee shop close by.
  • Sat 7 Dec 2019   AS LONG AS I HAVE MUSIC
    Reference Number for this entry is 1461
    Sat 7 Dec 2019
    AS LONG AS I HAVE MUSIC
    Choral music for female voices
    Hillingdon U3A Singers
    Christ Church Redford Way, Belmont Rd, Uxbridge UB8 1SZ: 7.30 to 9.45 p.m.: 10 including light refreshments: Concessions: (Children free): Tickets - 01895 812229 to reserve:
  • Sat 30 Nov 2019   Winter Concert
    Reference Number for this entry is 1434
    Sat 30 Nov 2019
    Winter Concert
    Music by Albinoni, Charpentier, Bach & Purcell
    Sine Nomine Singers
    All Saints Church, Ryefield Avenue, Hillingdon, UB10 9BT: 7.30: 12 in advance 14 on door: Tickets - Ticketsource.co.uk/SNS or phone 0208 933 7908:
  • Sat 30 Nov 2019   Hillingdon Choral Society
    Reference Number for this entry is 1442
    Sat 30 Nov 2019
    Hillingdon Choral Society
    Advent Concert
    Hillingdon Choral Society
    Ickenham United Reform Church: 7:30pm: 12 adults / 3 children: Tickets - On the door or hillingdonchoralsociety@gmail.com / 0208 582 3694:
    Music and readings for Advent including W S Lloyd Webber's 'Prince of Peace'
     
  • Sat 30 Nov 2019   PAINTING EXHIBITION
    Reference Number for this entry is 1446
    Sat 30 Nov 2019
    PAINTING EXHIBITION
    `At Home` exhibition.
    Ickenham Art Society
    Ickenham Village Hall: 10am to 3pm: Admission Free:
  • Sat 23 Nov 2019   MUSIC FROM THE HAPSBURG EMPIRE
    Reference Number for this entry is 1451
    Sat 23 Nov 2019
    MUSIC FROM THE HAPSBURG EMPIRE
    Works by Dvořk, Kodaly & Supp
    Hillingdon Philharmonic Orchestra
    Winston Churchill Theatre, Pinn Way, Ruislip: 7.30pm: 12: Concessions: (10, Children 11-16 5, under-11 FOC): Tickets - Book online at www.hillingdontheatres.uk. Tel.01895 250615 or 01895 674223.:
    Soloist Indira Grier joins the Hillingdon Philharmonic Orchestra to perform Dvořák’s magnificent Cello Concerto at this special concert celebrating music from the countries of the Hapsburg Empire. The programme will also include Dvořák’s Slavonic Dances, Kodaly’s Hary Janos Suite and Suppé’s Poet and Peasant Overture. A wonderful opportunity to hear these favourite classics performed live in the local area.
     
  • Thu 21 Nov 2019   PAINTING WORKSHOP
    Reference Number for this entry is 1445
    Thu 21 Nov 2019
    PAINTING WORKSHOP
    Using Wax Resist.
    Ickenham Art Society
    The Scout Hut, Community Close, Ickenham: 7-30pm: Visitors 3:
    How to use WAX RESIST  in your paintings.  Materials provided.
  • Thu 21 Nov 2019~Sat 23 Nov 2019  THE LADY VANISHES
    Reference Number for this entry is 1452
    Thu 21 Nov ~ Sat 23 Nov 2019
    THE LADY VANISHES
    On a train to England a passenger disappears
    Harefield Amateur Dramatic Society
    St Marys Church Hall, High Street, Harefield, Middlesex UB9 6BX: 21st/22nd - 7.30 for 8pm. 23rd - 7pm for 7.30pm: 21/22 - 9.50: 23rd - 10.50 incl wine,nibbles: Concessions: (21st only - 7.50. Over 60 and under 18.): Tickets - 01895253346/janscurr@hotmail.com:
    On a train headed for England is a mixed group of travellers, one of which,
    wealthy socialite, Iris Carr, befriends an elderly woman, Miss Froy. 
     
    After lunch and a nap, Iris wakes to find Miss Froy has disappeared. 
    She is astonished to find that everyone in the compartment denies her
    ever being there!
     
    What secrets are being hidden by the sinister Doctor, the fierce Baroness,
    Mr and Mrs Todhunter and the Vicar and his wife?
     
    Meeting up with Max and his friend the Professor, Iris determines to get to
    the bottom of the mystery – a quest with possibly fatal consequences.  
    As Max and Iris try to find answers to the mysterious disappearance, romance blossoms.
     
  • Tue 19 Nov 2019   CONCERT
    Reference Number for this entry is 1455
    Tue 19 Nov 2019
    CONCERT
    Fumi Otsuki-Violin/Gina Kruga-Piano
    Activities4You
    St. John`s Church Hall, Hallowell Rd. Northwood: Doors open 10-30am ,,Concert 11-30.: Admission Free Refreshments 1.50:
    Concerts every 3rd Tuesday of the month
  • Thu 14 Nov 2019   TALK ABOUT ARTS
    Reference Number for this entry is 1444
    Thu 14 Nov 2019
    TALK ABOUT ARTS
    With Illustrations by Colin Lomas
    Ickenham Art Society
    The Scout Hut, Community Close, Ickenham: 7-30pm: Visitors 3:
    Colin lomas gives another fascinating talk about famous Artists and their paintings, illustrating it with slides of famous paintings.
  • Thu 14 Nov 2019   ELVES WORKSHOP - XMAS DEMO
    Reference Number for this entry is 1463
    Thu 14 Nov 2019
    ELVES WORKSHOP - XMAS DEMO
    flower arrangements demonstration/ STALLS
    Uxbridge and Ickenham Floral Art Society
    ICKENHAM VILLAGE HALL: 7.00-9.30 pm: 5 NON MEMBERS: Tickets - crissiebenn@hotmail.co.uk:
  • Wed 13 Nov 2019~Sat 16 Nov 2019  ROLEPLAY
    Reference Number for this entry is 1450
    Wed 13 Nov ~ Sat 16 Nov 2019
    ROLEPLAY
    A comedy by Alan Ayckbourn
    Ruislip Dramatic Society
    Compass Theatre, Glebe Avenue, Ickenham.: 7.45pm: 12: Concessions: (11 Wednesday & Thursday only): Tickets - Book online at www.hillingdontheatres.uk. Tel. 01895 250615 or 07856 246517.:
    Ruislip Dramatic Society invites you to this hilarious “Meet the Parents” style dinner party from hell.

    Julie-Ann and Justin are about to announce their engagement during a special meal with both sets of parents. But then a gangster’s moll and former lap-dancer: Paige Petite, and her highly strung gun-toting minder quite literally drop in from upstairs!  Add to this the arrival of Justin’s upper crust alcoholic mother from Surrey, and Julie-Ann’s prim and highly prejudiced parents from Yorkshire and you have all the ingredients for this wonderfully funny Alan Ayckbourn comedy.
     
    2019 is Ayckbourn’s 80th birthday year and the 60th anniversary of his playwriting debut. RolePlay shows him at his very best with wonderfully funny orchestrated mayhem alongside subtle insights into family relationships and class distinctions.  
     
  • Thu 7 Nov 2019   PAINTING WORKSHOP
    Reference Number for this entry is 1443
    Thu 7 Nov 2019
    PAINTING WORKSHOP
    with stick & ink - Mary Pelham.
    Ickenham Art Society
    The Scout Hut, Community Close, Ickenham: 7-30pm: Visitors 3:
    Mary Pelham shows us how to paint with a stick and ink only.  Materials provided.
  • Tue 5 Nov 2019   Demonstration by Jean Turton
    Reference Number for this entry is 1416
    Tue 5 Nov 2019
    Demonstration by Jean Turton
    Chinese Brush, Flowers & Birds
    Society of Ruislip Artists
    Winston Churchill Hall Lounge: 7.30 pm - 9.30 pm: Guests £3: Tickets - joycecarpenter@hotmail.com:
  • Sat 2 Nov 2019   NORTHWOOD CRAFT MARKET
    Reference Number for this entry is 1393
    Sat 2 Nov 2019
    NORTHWOOD CRAFT MARKET
    Hand Crafted items for sale
    Northwood Craft Market
    Church Hall, Methodist Church, Oaklands Gate, Northwood.: 10am to 2pm: Admission Free:
    Cards, Jewelry, and lots of hand made items for sale,  all made by local crafters.
    Also Plants for sale and the church coffee shop close by.
  • Sun 20 Oct 2019~Sat 2 Nov 2019  EXHIBITION
    Reference Number for this entry is 1396
    Sun 20 Oct ~ Sat 2 Nov 2019
    EXHIBITION
    Paintings for sale or to enjoy
    Ickenham Art Society
    The Cow Byre (next to Ruislip Library), Bury Street, Ruislip, HA4 7QL: 10am to 5pm: Admission Free:
    Come and enjoy looking at a large selection of paintings, in various media.  If there is one you like and would like to enjoy for years to come, then why not buy it?  Prices are very reasonable.
  • Tue 15 Oct 2019   CONCERT
    Reference Number for this entry is 1454
    Tue 15 Oct 2019
    CONCERT
    Peter Allanson - Baritone.
    Activities4You
    St. John`s Church Hall, Hallowell Rd. Northwood: Doors open 10-30am ,,Concert 11-30.: Admission Free Refreshments 1.50:
    Concerts every 3rd Tuesday of the month
  • Thu 10 Oct 2019   DEMONSTRATION
    Reference Number for this entry is 1441
    Thu 10 Oct 2019
    DEMONSTRATION
    Portrait in oils with Peter Keegan
    Ickenham Art Society
    The Scout Hut, Community Close, Ickenham: 7-30pm: Visitors 3:
  • Thu 10 Oct 2019   SHADES OF AUTUMN FLOWER DEMO
    Reference Number for this entry is 1462
    Thu 10 Oct 2019
    SHADES OF AUTUMN FLOWER DEMO
    flower arrangements demonstration
    Uxbridge and Ickenham Floral Art Society
    ICKENHAM VILLAGE HALL: 7.00-9.30 pm: 5 NON MEMBERS: Tickets - crissiebenn@hotmail.co.uk:
  • Sun 6 Oct 2019~Sat 19 Oct 2019  Autumn Exhibition
    Reference Number for this entry is 1415
    Sun 6 Oct ~ Sat 19 Oct 2019
    Autumn Exhibition
    Paintings of different styles & media
    Society of Ruislip Artists
    The Cow Byre (next to Ruislip Library), Bury Street, Ruislip, HA4 7QL: 10.00 am - 5.00 pm: Free: Tickets - joycecarpenter@hotmail.com:
  • Sat 5 Oct 2019   NORTHWOOD CRAFT MARKET
    Reference Number for this entry is 1392
    Sat 5 Oct 2019
    NORTHWOOD CRAFT MARKET
    Hand Crafted items for sale
    Northwood Craft Market
    Church Hall, Methodist Church, Oaklands Gate, Northwood.: 10am to 2pm: Admission Free:
    Cards, Jewelry, and lots of hand made items for sale,  all made by local crafters.
    Also Plants for sale and the church coffee shop close by.
  • Tue 1 Oct 2019   DEMONSTRATION BY LEWIS HAZELWOOD HORNER
    Reference Number for this entry is 1414
    Tue 1 Oct 2019
    DEMONSTRATION BY LEWIS HAZELWOOD HORNER
    An Interior in Acrylics
    Society of Ruislip Artists
    The Great Barn, Manor Farm, Ruislip: 7.30 pm - 9.30 pm: Guests 3: Tickets - joycecarpenter@hotmail.com:
  • Tue 1 Oct 2019   TALK BY SIAN FENWICK
    Reference Number for this entry is 1458
    Tue 1 Oct 2019
    TALK BY SIAN FENWICK
    My Journey in Textiles
    Harrow and Hillingdon Embroiderers Guild
    Pinner Village Hall, Chapel Lane Car Park, Pinner: 7-45 pm: Visitors 3:
  • Mon 23 Sep 2019   DEMONSTRATION
    Reference Number for this entry is 1399
    Mon 23 Sep 2019
    DEMONSTRATION
    Painting an Oil Seascape by Paul Simmons
    Eastcote Art Society
    Eastcote community centre, Southbourne Gardens, Eastcote: 7.45pm: 3:
  • Sun 22 Sep 2019~Fri 27 Sep 2019  MORE THAN WORDS
    Reference Number for this entry is 1460
    Sun 22 Sep ~ Fri 27 Sep 2019
    MORE THAN WORDS
    Literary & Storytelling Events
    Southlands Arts Centre
    Southlands Arts Centre, The Green, West Drayton: Various Times: Various prices: Tickets - Tickets from southlandsarts.co.uk:
    Southlands More Than Words brings local talent and special guests together for a week of Literary and storytelling events in the fabulous surroundings of Southlands Arts Centre.
    A licensed bar will be available at all evenings. light refreshments served during the day.
    Sunday 22nd September (Daytime)

    11am - 5pm Alice In Wonderland family fun day

    Theatre Rotto ‘The Walrus and The Carpenter’
    Limited Tickets £6.00 (combined ticket for both activity session and puppet show.)
    11am-12.30pm Walrus and Carpenter Activity Session
    90 minute activity session that will include paper hat and oyster making. Participants will have an opportunity to feed oysters to the Walrus during the puppet show.
    2.30pm-3.15pm Walrus and Carpenter Puppet show
    A musical childrens puppet show with audience participation from award winning Theatre Rotto featuring a lugubrious walrus puppet, his chippy companion, singing maid cameo appearance from Tweedledum & Tweedledee.
    run time 45 minutes

    1pm-2pm Mad Hatters Tea Party with Argosy Players
    At almost exactly two and a half minutes past one Grab a jam tart and join Alice, the Cheshire Cat, White Rabbit and rest of The Mad Hatters’ nutty acquaintances for a truly bonkers mad tea party. Dress mad, bright and colourful to impress the Hatter!

    11am-4pm
    Storytelling
    Storytelling sessions & games for young children at intervals read by the maid & friends. Stories to include Alice in Wonderland, Wonky Donkey, Timothy Button and more

    Crab & Feathers nonsense factory
    Take part in a big, juicy and highly experimental collaborative creative writing project!

    Jabberwocky Trail a trail of no sense at all. Follow the trail from the looking glass house, through the garden of live flowers and down the rabbit hole, be prepared meet some truly strange beasts and hidden curiosities.

    Sunday 22nd September (Daytime) continued…


    Book stalls with Barnard books and Usborne books

    Croquet on the lawn play croquet on the Queens ground with Giant playing cards and Alice in Wonderland Characters

    Refreshments (most importantly Jam Tarts) served with a smile.

    Book exchange be kind to the planet, share the goodness, refresh your assemblage.







    Sunday 22nd September (Evening) Licensed bar 5.30pm-10.30pm

    Tickets £3.00 Doors 5.30pm Show time 6.30pm


    Exhibition of props, costumes & models
    Costumes, props, models, storyboards, scripts, BTS photographs and video from independent films. Includes gadgets, goggles, spaceships, capes helmets, masks, witches on broomsticks, miniature monsters, creepy crawlies and a full size werewolf costume.

    Live music from The Provincials TBC

    Independent Film makers screen and discuss their work
    A panel of film makers screen their work and discuss the production challenges and rewards of working independently. Film screenings / panel discussion / open Q&A for questions on scriptwriting shooting funding. Contributors include Mike Reed (Deer / Murlyn) Seb Hunter, David Knox Williams, Gav Chuckie Steel (Deadbolt) & Clayton Hamer (Frontline International)






    Tuesday 24th September 2019 (Evening) Licensed bar 6.30pm-11pm

    Tickets £5.00 Doors 6.30pm show time 7.30pm

    Barbara Fisher 'Tales From an old Hack’
    Journalist & Author Barbara Fisher on how she ended up being kissed by a Pitbull, attacked by the BNP, and chasing crashed planes in her second career as a full time journalist in West London.






    Wednesday 25th September 2019 (Evening) Licensed bar 6.30pm-11pm

    Tickets £5.00 Doors 6.30pm show time 7.30pm

    Godfrey Bell ‘Colin Hunter of the Holland Park Circle’
    Author Godfrey Bell on his latest book a biography and comprehensive catalogue of the hugely successful Scottish Victorian artist who exhibited over 100 works at The Royal Academy over thirty five years. Bell became interested in Colin Hunter’s work when he moved into Melbury Road, the site of Hunter’s home and studio.

    Paul Hitchcock ‘A Life Behind the Scenes: From Pinewood to Hollywood’ on his life from an apprenticeship at Pinewood to head of production for Paramount Pictures and Warner Bros working on films such as Mission Impossible, First Knight, Gorillas in the Mist and many more








    Thursday 26th September 2019 (Evening) Licensed bar 6.30pm-11pm

    Tickets £5.00 Doors 6.30pm show time 7.30pm

    An Evening with John Betjeman performed by Brian Ellis.
    One man show on the life and poetry of John Betjeman performed by actor and director Brian Ellis. Poet laureate of the United Kingdom from 1972 until his death in 1984, poet, writer and broadcaster Betjeman often celebrated classic architecture whilst lampooning the superficial nature of contemporary society in his work.
    Brian Ellis has extensive experience as an actor and director in West End and regional theatre. His credits include Fiddler on the Roof, Treasure Island and 1500 performances of Annie. he is also appeared in Television shows Z Cars, Doctor Who, The Bill, Poirot and Chandler & CO.



    Friday 27th September 2019 (Evening) Licensed bar 6.30pm-11pm 7.30pm

    Open Mic night at Southlands Art Centre
    open night when the spotlight turns to local talent. Poets, readers, comedians, singers musicians and the weird and wonderful in between have the chance to take the stage.
     
Inc. Plays, Pantos No. of Events = 2
  • Wed 13 Nov 2019~Sat 16 Nov 2019  ROLEPLAY
    Reference Number for this entry is 1450
    Wed 13 Nov ~ Sat 16 Nov 2019
    ROLEPLAY
    A comedy by Alan Ayckbourn
    Ruislip Dramatic Society
    Compass Theatre, Glebe Avenue, Ickenham.: 7.45pm: 12: Concessions: (11 Wednesday & Thursday only): Tickets - Book online at www.hillingdontheatres.uk. Tel. 01895 250615 or 07856 246517.:
    Ruislip Dramatic Society invites you to this hilarious “Meet the Parents” style dinner party from hell.

    Julie-Ann and Justin are about to announce their engagement during a special meal with both sets of parents. But then a gangster’s moll and former lap-dancer: Paige Petite, and her highly strung gun-toting minder quite literally drop in from upstairs!  Add to this the arrival of Justin’s upper crust alcoholic mother from Surrey, and Julie-Ann’s prim and highly prejudiced parents from Yorkshire and you have all the ingredients for this wonderfully funny Alan Ayckbourn comedy.
     
    2019 is Ayckbourn’s 80th birthday year and the 60th anniversary of his playwriting debut. RolePlay shows him at his very best with wonderfully funny orchestrated mayhem alongside subtle insights into family relationships and class distinctions.  
     
  • Thu 21 Nov 2019~Sat 23 Nov 2019  THE LADY VANISHES
    Reference Number for this entry is 1452
    Thu 21 Nov ~ Sat 23 Nov 2019
    THE LADY VANISHES
    On a train to England a passenger disappears
    Harefield Amateur Dramatic Society
    St Marys Church Hall, High Street, Harefield, Middlesex UB9 6BX: 21st/22nd - 7.30 for 8pm. 23rd - 7pm for 7.30pm: 21/22 - 9.50: 23rd - 10.50 incl wine,nibbles: Concessions: (21st only - 7.50. Over 60 and under 18.): Tickets - 01895253346/janscurr@hotmail.com:
    On a train headed for England is a mixed group of travellers, one of which,
    wealthy socialite, Iris Carr, befriends an elderly woman, Miss Froy. 
     
    After lunch and a nap, Iris wakes to find Miss Froy has disappeared. 
    She is astonished to find that everyone in the compartment denies her
    ever being there!
     
    What secrets are being hidden by the sinister Doctor, the fierce Baroness,
    Mr and Mrs Todhunter and the Vicar and his wife?
     
    Meeting up with Max and his friend the Professor, Iris determines to get to
    the bottom of the mystery – a quest with possibly fatal consequences.  
    As Max and Iris try to find answers to the mysterious disappearance, romance blossoms.
     
Orchestral, Folk,Jazz, Choral, etc. No. of Events = 8
  • Tue 15 Oct 2019   CONCERT
    Reference Number for this entry is 1454
    Tue 15 Oct 2019
    CONCERT
    Peter Allanson - Baritone.
    Activities4You
    St. John`s Church Hall, Hallowell Rd. Northwood: Doors open 10-30am ,,Concert 11-30.: Admission Free Refreshments 1.50:
    Concerts every 3rd Tuesday of the month
  • Tue 19 Nov 2019   CONCERT
    Reference Number for this entry is 1455
    Tue 19 Nov 2019
    CONCERT
    Fumi Otsuki-Violin/Gina Kruga-Piano
    Activities4You
    St. John`s Church Hall, Hallowell Rd. Northwood: Doors open 10-30am ,,Concert 11-30.: Admission Free Refreshments 1.50:
    Concerts every 3rd Tuesday of the month
  • Sat 23 Nov 2019   MUSIC FROM THE HAPSBURG EMPIRE
    Reference Number for this entry is 1451
    Sat 23 Nov 2019
    MUSIC FROM THE HAPSBURG EMPIRE
    Works by Dvořk, Kodaly & Supp
    Hillingdon Philharmonic Orchestra
    Winston Churchill Theatre, Pinn Way, Ruislip: 7.30pm: 12: Concessions: (10, Children 11-16 5, under-11 FOC): Tickets - Book online at www.hillingdontheatres.uk. Tel.01895 250615 or 01895 674223.:
    Soloist Indira Grier joins the Hillingdon Philharmonic Orchestra to perform Dvořák’s magnificent Cello Concerto at this special concert celebrating music from the countries of the Hapsburg Empire. The programme will also include Dvořák’s Slavonic Dances, Kodaly’s Hary Janos Suite and Suppé’s Poet and Peasant Overture. A wonderful opportunity to hear these favourite classics performed live in the local area.
     
  • Sat 30 Nov 2019   Winter Concert
    Reference Number for this entry is 1434
    Sat 30 Nov 2019
    Winter Concert
    Music by Albinoni, Charpentier, Bach & Purcell
    Sine Nomine Singers
    All Saints Church, Ryefield Avenue, Hillingdon, UB10 9BT: 7.30: 12 in advance 14 on door: Tickets - Ticketsource.co.uk/SNS or phone 0208 933 7908:
  • Sat 30 Nov 2019   Hillingdon Choral Society
    Reference Number for this entry is 1442
    Sat 30 Nov 2019
    Hillingdon Choral Society
    Advent Concert
    Hillingdon Choral Society
    Ickenham United Reform Church: 7:30pm: 12 adults / 3 children: Tickets - On the door or hillingdonchoralsociety@gmail.com / 0208 582 3694:
    Music and readings for Advent including W S Lloyd Webber's 'Prince of Peace'
     
  • Sat 7 Dec 2019   AS LONG AS I HAVE MUSIC
    Reference Number for this entry is 1461
    Sat 7 Dec 2019
    AS LONG AS I HAVE MUSIC
    Choral music for female voices
    Hillingdon U3A Singers
    Christ Church Redford Way, Belmont Rd, Uxbridge UB8 1SZ: 7.30 to 9.45 p.m.: 10 including light refreshments: Concessions: (Children free): Tickets - 01895 812229 to reserve:
  • Sat 14 Dec 2019   Christmas Concert
    Reference Number for this entry is 1422
    Sat 14 Dec 2019
    Christmas Concert
    Britten's Festival of Carols
    Eastcote and Ruislip Choral Society
    St. Edmund?s Church, Pinner Rd., Northwood Hills HA6 1QS: 3.30 pm: £12: Concessions: (Under 12 yr olds free): Tickets - Tickets On the door:
     Benjamin Britten's Festival of Carols.
    Traditional carols for all, with Bourne Junior School choir.
  • Tue 17 Dec 2019   CONCERT
    Reference Number for this entry is 1456
    Tue 17 Dec 2019
    CONCERT
    St. John's Singers.
    Activities4You
    St. John`s Church Hall, Hallowell Rd. Northwood: Doors open 10-30am ,,Concert 11-30.: Admission Free Refreshments 1.50:
    Concerts every 3rd Tuesday of the month
Inc. Operettas, Musicals. No Events in list
Painting, Flower Arranging, Sculpture, Wood Turning, Crafts, Photos, 3D. etc No. of Events = 26
  • Mon 23 Sep 2019   DEMONSTRATION
    Reference Number for this entry is 1399
    Mon 23 Sep 2019
    DEMONSTRATION
    Painting an Oil Seascape by Paul Simmons
    Eastcote Art Society
    Eastcote community centre, Southbourne Gardens, Eastcote: 7.45pm: 3:
  • Tue 1 Oct 2019   DEMONSTRATION BY LEWIS HAZELWOOD HORNER
    Reference Number for this entry is 1414
    Tue 1 Oct 2019
    DEMONSTRATION BY LEWIS HAZELWOOD HORNER
    An Interior in Acrylics
    Society of Ruislip Artists
    The Great Barn, Manor Farm, Ruislip: 7.30 pm - 9.30 pm: Guests 3: Tickets - joycecarpenter@hotmail.com:
  • Tue 1 Oct 2019   TALK BY SIAN FENWICK
    Reference Number for this entry is 1458
    Tue 1 Oct 2019
    TALK BY SIAN FENWICK
    My Journey in Textiles
    Harrow and Hillingdon Embroiderers Guild
    Pinner Village Hall, Chapel Lane Car Park, Pinner: 7-45 pm: Visitors 3:
  • Sat 5 Oct 2019   NORTHWOOD CRAFT MARKET
    Reference Number for this entry is 1392
    Sat 5 Oct 2019
    NORTHWOOD CRAFT MARKET
    Hand Crafted items for sale
    Northwood Craft Market
    Church Hall, Methodist Church, Oaklands Gate, Northwood.: 10am to 2pm: Admission Free:
    Cards, Jewelry, and lots of hand made items for sale,  all made by local crafters.
    Also Plants for sale and the church coffee shop close by.
  • Sun 6 Oct 2019~Sat 19 Oct 2019  Autumn Exhibition
    Reference Number for this entry is 1415
    Sun 6 Oct ~ Sat 19 Oct 2019
    Autumn Exhibition
    Paintings of different styles & media
    Society of Ruislip Artists
    The Cow Byre (next to Ruislip Library), Bury Street, Ruislip, HA4 7QL: 10.00 am - 5.00 pm: Free: Tickets - joycecarpenter@hotmail.com:
  • Thu 10 Oct 2019   DEMONSTRATION
    Reference Number for this entry is 1441
    Thu 10 Oct 2019
    DEMONSTRATION
    Portrait in oils with Peter Keegan
    Ickenham Art Society
    The Scout Hut, Community Close, Ickenham: 7-30pm: Visitors 3:
  • Thu 10 Oct 2019   SHADES OF AUTUMN FLOWER DEMO
    Reference Number for this entry is 1462
    Thu 10 Oct 2019
    SHADES OF AUTUMN FLOWER DEMO
    flower arrangements demonstration
    Uxbridge and Ickenham Floral Art Society
    ICKENHAM VILLAGE HALL: 7.00-9.30 pm: 5 NON MEMBERS: Tickets - crissiebenn@hotmail.co.uk:
  • Sun 20 Oct 2019~Sat 2 Nov 2019  EXHIBITION
    Reference Number for this entry is 1396
    Sun 20 Oct ~ Sat 2 Nov 2019
    EXHIBITION
    Paintings for sale or to enjoy
    Ickenham Art Society
    The Cow Byre (next to Ruislip Library), Bury Street, Ruislip, HA4 7QL: 10am to 5pm: Admission Free:
    Come and enjoy looking at a large selection of paintings, in various media.  If there is one you like and would like to enjoy for years to come, then why not buy it?  Prices are very reasonable.
  • Sat 2 Nov 2019   NORTHWOOD CRAFT MARKET
    Reference Number for this entry is 1393
    Sat 2 Nov 2019
    NORTHWOOD CRAFT MARKET
    Hand Crafted items for sale
    Northwood Craft Market
    Church Hall, Methodist Church, Oaklands Gate, Northwood.: 10am to 2pm: Admission Free:
    Cards, Jewelry, and lots of hand made items for sale,  all made by local crafters.
    Also Plants for sale and the church coffee shop close by.
  • Tue 5 Nov 2019   Demonstration by Jean Turton
    Reference Number for this entry is 1416
    Tue 5 Nov 2019
    Demonstration by Jean Turton
    Chinese Brush, Flowers & Birds
    Society of Ruislip Artists
    Winston Churchill Hall Lounge: 7.30 pm - 9.30 pm: Guests £3: Tickets - joycecarpenter@hotmail.com:
  • Thu 7 Nov 2019   PAINTING WORKSHOP
    Reference Number for this entry is 1443
    Thu 7 Nov 2019
    PAINTING WORKSHOP
    with stick & ink - Mary Pelham.
    Ickenham Art Society
    The Scout Hut, Community Close, Ickenham: 7-30pm: Visitors 3:
    Mary Pelham shows us how to paint with a stick and ink only.  Materials provided.
  • Thu 14 Nov 2019   TALK ABOUT ARTS
    Reference Number for this entry is 1444
    Thu 14 Nov 2019
    TALK ABOUT ARTS
    With Illustrations by Colin Lomas
    Ickenham Art Society
    The Scout Hut, Community Close, Ickenham: 7-30pm: Visitors 3:
    Colin lomas gives another fascinating talk about famous Artists and their paintings, illustrating it with slides of famous paintings.
  • Thu 14 Nov 2019   ELVES WORKSHOP - XMAS DEMO
    Reference Number for this entry is 1463
    Thu 14 Nov 2019
    ELVES WORKSHOP - XMAS DEMO
    flower arrangements demonstration/ STALLS
    Uxbridge and Ickenham Floral Art Society
    ICKENHAM VILLAGE HALL: 7.00-9.30 pm: 5 NON MEMBERS: Tickets - crissiebenn@hotmail.co.uk:
  • Thu 21 Nov 2019   PAINTING WORKSHOP
    Reference Number for this entry is 1445
    Thu 21 Nov 2019
    PAINTING WORKSHOP
    Using Wax Resist.
    Ickenham Art Society
    The Scout Hut, Community Close, Ickenham: 7-30pm: Visitors 3:
    How to use WAX RESIST  in your paintings.  Materials provided.
  • Sat 30 Nov 2019   PAINTING EXHIBITION
    Reference Number for this entry is 1446
    Sat 30 Nov 2019
    PAINTING EXHIBITION
    `At Home` exhibition.
    Ickenham Art Society
    Ickenham Village Hall: 10am to 3pm: Admission Free:
  • Sat 7 Dec 2019   NORTHWOOD CRAFT MARKET
    Reference Number for this entry is 1394
    Sat 7 Dec 2019
    NORTHWOOD CRAFT MARKET
    Hand Crafted items for sale
    Northwood Craft Market
    Church Hall, Methodist Church, Oaklands Gate, Northwood.: 10am to 3pm: Admission Free:
    Cards, Jewelry, and lots of ideas for Christmas Gifts, all hand made.  all made by local crafters.
    Also Plants for sale and the church coffee shop close by.
  • Thu 12 Dec 2019   FLOWER ARRANGING
    Reference Number for this entry is 1464
    Thu 12 Dec 2019
    FLOWER ARRANGING
    Magic of Christmas Demonstration
    Uxbridge and Ickenham Floral Art Society
    ICKENHAM VILLAGE HALL: 7.00-9.30 pm: 8 NON MEMBERS / 3 MEMBERS: Tickets - crissiebenn@hotmail.co.uk:
  • Tue 14 Jan 2020   Artwork and Framing
    Reference Number for this entry is 1417
    Tue 14 Jan 2020
    Artwork and Framing
    Self Help Evening
    Society of Ruislip Artists
    The Great Barn, Manor Farm, Ruislip: 7.30 pm - 9.30 pm: Guests £3: Tickets - joycecarpenter@hotmail.com:
  • Thu 16 Jan 2020   PAINTING DEMONSTRATION
    Reference Number for this entry is 1447
    Thu 16 Jan 2020
    PAINTING DEMONSTRATION
    with Sue Holmes.
    Ickenham Art Society
    The Scout Hut, Community Close, Ickenham: 7-30pm: Admission Free:
  • Mon 20 Jan 2020   DEMONSTRATION by Mark Fennell
    Reference Number for this entry is 1430
    Mon 20 Jan 2020
    DEMONSTRATION by Mark Fennell
    Painting a Portrait
    Eastcote Art Society
    Eastcote community centre, Southbourne Gardens, Eastcote: 7.45pm: 3: Tickets - rjbrooks10@virginmedia.com:
  • Tue 4 Feb 2020   Demonstration by Frank Walters
    Reference Number for this entry is 1418
    Tue 4 Feb 2020
    Demonstration by Frank Walters
    A Landscape in Walercolours
    Society of Ruislip Artists
    Winston Churchill Hall Lounge: 7.30 pm - 9.30 pm: Guests £3: Tickets - joycecarpenter@hotmail.com:
  • Thu 6 Feb 2020   LIFE DRAWING
    Reference Number for this entry is 1448
    Thu 6 Feb 2020
    LIFE DRAWING
    Model gives 20 min. poses.
    Ickenham Art Society
    The Scout Hut, Community Close, Ickenham: 7-30pm: Visitors 3:
  • Thu 20 Feb 2020   PAINTING DEMONSTRATION
    Reference Number for this entry is 1449
    Thu 20 Feb 2020
    PAINTING DEMONSTRATION
    With Roger Delllar
    Ickenham Art Society
    The Scout Hut, Community Close, Ickenham: 7-30pm: Visitors 3:
    Title and Medium to be arranged.
  • Sun 1 Mar 2020~Sat 14 Mar 2020  Spring Exhibition
    Reference Number for this entry is 1419
    Sun 1 Mar ~ Sat 14 Mar 2020
    Spring Exhibition
    Paintings of different styles & media
    Society of Ruislip Artists
    Cow Byre Manor Farm, Ruislip: 10.00 am - 5.00 pm: Free: Tickets - joycecarpenter@hotmail.com:
  • Mon 2 Mar 2020   DEMONSTRATION by Phil Madley
    Reference Number for this entry is 1431
    Mon 2 Mar 2020
    DEMONSTRATION by Phil Madley
    Encaustic Wax
    Eastcote Art Society
    Eastcote community centre, Southbourne Gardens, Eastcote: 7.45pm: 3: Tickets - rjbrooks10@virginmedia.com:
  • Tue 3 Mar 2020   Demonstration by George Boyter
    Reference Number for this entry is 1420
    Tue 3 Mar 2020
    Demonstration by George Boyter
    Line and Wash
    Society of Ruislip Artists
    Winston Churchill Hall Lounge: 7.30 pm - 9.30 pm: Guests £3: Tickets - joycecarpenter@hotmail.com:
ALL OTHER EVENTS No. of Events = 1
  • Sun 22 Sep 2019~Fri 27 Sep 2019  MORE THAN WORDS
    Reference Number for this entry is 1460
    Sun 22 Sep ~ Fri 27 Sep 2019
    MORE THAN WORDS
    Literary & Storytelling Events
    Southlands Arts Centre
    Southlands Arts Centre, The Green, West Drayton: Various Times: Various prices: Tickets - Tickets from southlandsarts.co.uk:
    Southlands More Than Words brings local talent and special guests together for a week of Literary and storytelling events in the fabulous surroundings of Southlands Arts Centre.
    A licensed bar will be available at all evenings. light refreshments served during the day.
    Sunday 22nd September (Daytime)

    11am - 5pm Alice In Wonderland family fun day

    Theatre Rotto ‘The Walrus and The Carpenter’
    Limited Tickets £6.00 (combined ticket for both activity session and puppet show.)
    11am-12.30pm Walrus and Carpenter Activity Session
    90 minute activity session that will include paper hat and oyster making. Participants will have an opportunity to feed oysters to the Walrus during the puppet show.
    2.30pm-3.15pm Walrus and Carpenter Puppet show
    A musical childrens puppet show with audience participation from award winning Theatre Rotto featuring a lugubrious walrus puppet, his chippy companion, singing maid cameo appearance from Tweedledum & Tweedledee.
    run time 45 minutes

    1pm-2pm Mad Hatters Tea Party with Argosy Players
    At almost exactly two and a half minutes past one Grab a jam tart and join Alice, the Cheshire Cat, White Rabbit and rest of The Mad Hatters’ nutty acquaintances for a truly bonkers mad tea party. Dress mad, bright and colourful to impress the Hatter!

    11am-4pm
    Storytelling
    Storytelling sessions & games for young children at intervals read by the maid & friends. Stories to include Alice in Wonderland, Wonky Donkey, Timothy Button and more

    Crab & Feathers nonsense factory
    Take part in a big, juicy and highly experimental collaborative creative writing project!

    Jabberwocky Trail a trail of no sense at all. Follow the trail from the looking glass house, through the garden of live flowers and down the rabbit hole, be prepared meet some truly strange beasts and hidden curiosities.

    Sunday 22nd September (Daytime) continued…


    Book stalls with Barnard books and Usborne books

    Croquet on the lawn play croquet on the Queens ground with Giant playing cards and Alice in Wonderland Characters

    Refreshments (most importantly Jam Tarts) served with a smile.

    Book exchange be kind to the planet, share the goodness, refresh your assemblage.







    Sunday 22nd September (Evening) Licensed bar 5.30pm-10.30pm

    Tickets £3.00 Doors 5.30pm Show time 6.30pm


    Exhibition of props, costumes & models
    Costumes, props, models, storyboards, scripts, BTS photographs and video from independent films. Includes gadgets, goggles, spaceships, capes helmets, masks, witches on broomsticks, miniature monsters, creepy crawlies and a full size werewolf costume.

    Live music from The Provincials TBC

    Independent Film makers screen and discuss their work
    A panel of film makers screen their work and discuss the production challenges and rewards of working independently. Film screenings / panel discussion / open Q&A for questions on scriptwriting shooting funding. Contributors include Mike Reed (Deer / Murlyn) Seb Hunter, David Knox Williams, Gav Chuckie Steel (Deadbolt) & Clayton Hamer (Frontline International)






    Tuesday 24th September 2019 (Evening) Licensed bar 6.30pm-11pm

    Tickets £5.00 Doors 6.30pm show time 7.30pm

    Barbara Fisher 'Tales From an old Hack’
    Journalist & Author Barbara Fisher on how she ended up being kissed by a Pitbull, attacked by the BNP, and chasing crashed planes in her second career as a full time journalist in West London.






    Wednesday 25th September 2019 (Evening) Licensed bar 6.30pm-11pm

    Tickets £5.00 Doors 6.30pm show time 7.30pm

    Godfrey Bell ‘Colin Hunter of the Holland Park Circle’
    Author Godfrey Bell on his latest book a biography and comprehensive catalogue of the hugely successful Scottish Victorian artist who exhibited over 100 works at The Royal Academy over thirty five years. Bell became interested in Colin Hunter’s work when he moved into Melbury Road, the site of Hunter’s home and studio.

    Paul Hitchcock ‘A Life Behind the Scenes: From Pinewood to Hollywood’ on his life from an apprenticeship at Pinewood to head of production for Paramount Pictures and Warner Bros working on films such as Mission Impossible, First Knight, Gorillas in the Mist and many more








    Thursday 26th September 2019 (Evening) Licensed bar 6.30pm-11pm

    Tickets £5.00 Doors 6.30pm show time 7.30pm

    An Evening with John Betjeman performed by Brian Ellis.
    One man show on the life and poetry of John Betjeman performed by actor and director Brian Ellis. Poet laureate of the United Kingdom from 1972 until his death in 1984, poet, writer and broadcaster Betjeman often celebrated classic architecture whilst lampooning the superficial nature of contemporary society in his work.
    Brian Ellis has extensive experience as an actor and director in West End and regional theatre. His credits include Fiddler on the Roof, Treasure Island and 1500 performances of Annie. he is also appeared in Television shows Z Cars, Doctor Who, The Bill, Poirot and Chandler & CO.



    Friday 27th September 2019 (Evening) Licensed bar 6.30pm-11pm 7.30pm

    Open Mic night at Southlands Art Centre
    open night when the spotlight turns to local talent. Poets, readers, comedians, singers musicians and the weird and wonderful in between have the chance to take the stage.