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What’s on in your Hall

FRINGE EVENTS AT THE HALL IN THE NEXT FEW WEEKS
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You Can’t Watch this Play (Again)
Land of the 3 Towers
The Woman Who Conceived The Pill
Bully Beef

EVENTS AT THE HALL IN THE NEXT FEW WEEKS
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Table Tennis Club
Tues 29th May 1:30pm-3:00pm

Ping pong for everyone
Art Class*
Wed 6th Jun 1:30pm-3:00pm

More Art for budding artists!
T G G T
Sun 24th Jun, 1:00pm-9:00pm

It’s Street Party Time!
Stay & Play*
Tues 5th Jun 9:30am-11:30am

Family Fun – for all the family!
Tea Club
Fri 8th Jun 2:30pm – 4:00pm.

Drop in for a cuppa and a chat
Jobs Advice
Fri 29th Jun 1:00pm – 3:00pm

Find That Job

* Weekly event during term-time only

Disco Fever


Over 150 adults and kids turned up for the recent Family Disco and Silent Disco double header  at the Hall, strutted their stuff and left happy bunnies. The irresistible power of groove had worked its magic on both young and old(er). Again!
It also helped the Hall  to raise a magical £1,100 towards that lighting rig, which will make such an improvement to the Hall’s facilities.
Enormous thanks are due  to DJ Mike Fox for pumping out the music, and especially to our sponsors Parker Bathrooms & Kitchens, Floored Design Limited and Diamond Electrical Solutions HQ who helped cover our costs.
And finally, thanks to our team of volunteers who make fabulous things happen in our community.

One Man’s Triumph With Shakespeare


When Mark Carey, the author and solo performer, walked into Exeter Street Hall, he said it was just the perfect place to perform his one man show “Into The Breach” which is set in a village hall.
The audience really appreciated his performance. Many different characters that were poignant, touching, comedic and full of pathos. They listened so attentively as he took them on George Crocker’s journey.
His discovery of Shakespeare’s Henry 5th and the relevance to his experience in the First World War was very moving.

Jazz Brunch 2018


An appreciative audience thoroughly enjoyed the recent lunchtime concert of cool jazz classics.
And our grateful thanks go to local group Jazzmin for once again supporting the Hall in our fund-raising efforts.
And grateful thanks also to the Sussex Peasant for his kind donation of local produce to provide an excellent accompaniment to the delicious croissants!