What’s happening at the Town Hall in February…………….

February 4, 2019 9:44 am Published by

The snow arrived yesterday (31.01.19) and since then it’s been fun and games in Sodbury.

Our first event of the month was slightly affected by the weather, but people braved the snow and there was a great turn out for the Paul Jones and Dave Kelly Concert, performed at the Town Hall on 1st February.

The next event held was the Sodbury Wedding Fair on Sunday 3rd February.
Couples getting married came along to see what local businesses could offer in the way of wedding ideas and services.

On the weekend of the 8th and 9th February, The Moon and Stars Belly dance Group will be holding a Charity Event. This is being organised by Sacha Tremain. There will be a party night on 8th with performances and a chance to do some dancing.
On the 9th there will be a dance show and live entertainment.
Further information can be found on facebook, under the heading Moon and Stars.

Chipping Music Society will be hosting an evening of classical music on 12th February. This month’s musicians are called SYRINX. They will be bringing a wide array of ancient instruments and reeds. Usual starting time of 19.30pm. Tickets available on the door or from Cadeaux and Co in Hatheralls Yard.

Cathy Matthews will be hosting her dance evening on 13th February in the Main Hall. If you enjoy the odd salsa, tango, waltz or jive come along and have some fun!!

A treat for all lovers of funk and soul music. KOKOMO will be performing at the Town Hall on 15th February. A 10 piece band playing a collection of soul, funk, motown, northern soul and jazz funk.
Proceeds for the Keeping Abreast Charity.

Amanda Battle will be holding a craft fair on 23 February.
Lots of stalls selling interesting items together with the odd cake or two to tempt you, hopefully!

Saturday 2 March sees the return of Rob Foxon and his Railways Remembered films.

We look forward to seeing you at the Town Hall and thank you for your continued support.

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