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News Report Page 11 of 21
Publication Date:-
2022-11-09
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The Southport Singers' Christmas Concert

THE Family Life Center on:- Ash street, Southport (PR8 6JH) is to host The Southport Singer's Christmas Concert, on:- 10 December 2022, at:- 7.30pm. The proceeds will be donated to The Southport Soup Kitchen and Compassion Acts, both fantastic charities that need help, especially at the moment when so many people are suffering. Tickets can be booked online now...


Christmas events at Old Church Waterloo

THE final Flea Market and Vintage Fairs of 2022 at Old Christ Church, Waterloo, will take place on the following dates:- Saturday, 12 November 2022 and 10 December 2022. Entrance price is just 50p.

Also to get you in the Christmas spirit, with the:- 'The Fair Before Christmas.' This event is FREE to enter and will be held on Saturday, 26 November 2022, from 10:30am to 3pm. This event will be packed full of Xmas fun, along with Santa, in his new Friends of Christ Church Grotto.

Plus, do not miss:- 'Black Hole - End of Time.' This will be an amazing light, laser and sound show. A magnificent 3 Day event, that will run from:- Friday, 18 November to Sunday, 20 November 2022. For tickets and more information visit:- Black Hole End of Time, please go to:- EventBrite.Co.UK.

For full information about these events and events in 2023, at Old Christ Church, visit:- OldChristChurch.UK.


RNLI Liverpool - Fish and Chip Supper

ON 26 November 2022, the Blundellsands Sailing Club, on The Foreshore, Hightown, will be hosting a Fish and Chip Supper for the RNLI. The event will include a Qwuiz and live music from a Ukulele Band. Tickets are available from the club, or calling Sue Webster, on:- 07900150449. Tickets are:- £15, and must be booked in advance. Doors open at 7pm.


Participants Wanted for New Eco-Arts Project

LIVERPOOL'S Theatre in the Rough has been awarded funding for Ground; a new arts project exploring the issue of Climate Anxiety in young people. They are now seeking 10 participants to create original work for a brand new film and publication.

The climate's in crisis, and that's some heavy weather. GROUND asks how we can anchor ourselves when the scale of the problem seems overwhelming.

To explore these feelings positively, Theatre in the Rough will be hosting 2 exclusive:- 'Climate Cafes.' These are friendly spaces where fears and uncertainties about climate change can be expressed safely, over coffee and cake.

Participants will then be invited to create text and images inspired by their connection to outdoor spaces across Sefton. These works will feature in a film installation to be shown at The Atkinson in Southport, as well as being published in a new book.

Chris Fittock, Director of Theatre in the Rough, said:- "The Climate Crisis is an ecological crisis, but it's an emotional crisis too. Over half of young people report feeling anxiety, fear and despair when it comes to climate change. The arts are a positive way to explore these feelings, and turn anxiety into hope."

Participants must be aged between:- 16 and 24, and must live within the Liverpool City Region. No experience is necessary. An application form and more information can be found by going to:- TheatreInTheRough.Com. The deadline for applications is:- Friday, 11 November 2022.

 
      
 
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