Saturday 16th March 2019, doors open 7:00 pm, show starts at 7:30 pm
£10 in advance; £8 for 60+ in advance; £6 for under 16s in advance; £25 for group in advance; or £12 on the door.
Suitable for ages 6+. Call Mandy on 0116 269 8256 or Liz on 0116 269 2399 for tickets.
Licensed bar open from 7pm. Raffle and refreshments raising money for Queniborough Village Hall.
“Raucous and eclectic, sheer merriment in a gorgeous set of ideas and influences, guaranteed to leave you smiling from ear to ear.” – **** SONGLINES
“One of the most exciting and eclectic musical groups I have heard for a very long time.” – ROCK SOCIETY
The Bonfire Radicals blend gorgeous medieval and Celtic folk, dynamic eastern European jazz-swing and punchy world-beats into a unique sonic identity that truly beguiles.
Armed with emotive vocals, melodic classical recorders and woodwind, electrifying fiddle, and a tight rocking rhythm section, theirs is a boldly original and highly-spirited, at times gloriously chaotic, live stage show.
Sunday 18th November 2018, doors open 7:00 pm, show starts at 7:30 pm
Call Mandy on 0116 269 8256 or Liz on 0116 269 2399 for tickets.
Advance tickets: Adult £10, Child £6, Concessions £8, Family of 4 (2 Adults, 2 Children) £25.
Tickets on the door: £12.
A comic investigation into an 80s childhood haunting where nothing is quite what it seems.
“It’s 1986. I am eight years old.
Prince Andrew and Fergie get married in the summer. Dirty Den serves Angie divorce papers on Christmas Day. And I’m sharing my bedroom with a KitKat-pinching ghost.”
Inspired by his favourite film, little Gareth became a self-appointed Ghostbuster, launching an investigation into a playful poltergeist. Now, three decades later, with the help of home videos, retro toys and interviews with his nearest and dearest, grown-up Gareth is determined to uncover what was really going on inside his very own haunted house.
Join us for a nostalgic trip back to the 80s and a comic exploration of a childhood haunting where nothing is quite what it seems — all wrapped up in some formidable fashions, stuffed with sweet treats and set to a cheese-tastic chart-topping soundtrack.
A brand new animal song for each letter of the alphabet. Learn fascinating facts about extraordinary echinoderms, distressed damselflies, crazy corals, batty beetles and amazing archispirostrepsuses. Expect the unexpected… and expect it to rhyme!
If you enjoyed the original, hilarious songs and energetic, imaginative performance of The Origin of Species, you will want to see the newest offering from its creator John Hinton. Tickets £10 in advance, £25 for a family of four, £9 concessions and £12 on the door. There will be a licensed bar and refreshments. All this is suitable entertainment for ages 5 to 105. Don’t miss this LIVE THEATRE in your village! See you there!
First published on 15 June 2018. The Queniborough Gazette is our community newspaper and is delivered free to all residents.
Chairman’s Review of the year
When I took over from Mike Bunn in May last year it was with a little trepidation. He had successfully run the team for several years albeit with one little break. That trepidation soon disappeared because I quickly realised that it is the team not the Chairman that actually makes things happen.
Our meetings are fast paced and lively, suggestions flow from all quarters and decisions are taken on a democratic basis after everybody has had their say. Not all agree to everything but everybody works hard to make any decision taken, a reality. Everybody on the team has a role to play and they play it wonderfully well.
The amount and breadth of the events that we put on is truly remarkable.
Come and meet the neighbours for a summer teatime and evening of fun and food at our family disco barbecue. Bring your own drinks! And your dancing shoes of course. Tickets include food and are £5 or £3 for Under 11s and must be bought in advance. See you there!
It’s back! The Junior Roller Disco is here again on Sunday 13th May 2018 from 2pm to 4pm. You’ll need to bring your own skates, as usual. It’s £5 per skater and you need to buy tickets in advance; they won’t be available on the door. Skaters must be at least 5 years old and if they’re under 9 must be accompanied by their own responsible adult. Refreshments will be available. See you there!
First published in April 2018. The Queniborough Gazette is our community newspaper and is delivered free to all residents.
Welcome to a wet but hopefully now sunny and warm QVH Matters
Our AGM is fast approaching. This is the time of the year when all our officers tender their resignations and new officers are elected. We also open up the floor to new members. It will be held at the Village Hall on Wednesday May 9th beginning at 7.00pm and will be followed by our next regular meeting. Tea and biscuits will be available if you’d like to come along.
Next Events at the Hall
Our next event is our highly popular Junior Roller Disco (bring your own skates) hosted by the wonderful Paul Kirton-Smith. We will be holding it at the Hall on Sunday May 13th between 2.00pm and 4.00pm. Tickets are £5 and are available from Mandy Grainger or Liz Ellis. Remember, just like the popular supermarket, get in early because once they’re gone they’re gone!
Further down the line put the 7th July in your diary which is the date we have set aside for our ‘Summer Family Barbecue and Disco’. We are also choosing three more Live and Local shows but more on that when we have the details.
First published in March 2018. The Queniborough Gazette is our community newspaper and is delivered free to all residents.
Welcome to a wintry March QVH Matters
We couldn’t survive without the money we raise from events and the donations we receive from wonderful people. So, first on my list today is a huge, huge thank-you to Tim Lowe and his team for putting on a fabulous Beer Festival. Charities to benefit from the hard work undertaken by Tim’s team included the Dystonia Society and the Queniborough Village Hall Appeal. There was a record attendance, all beer glasses were sold and it was a hugely successful event. I suspect that there were a few headaches in play the following mornings (including mine). Thanks again Tim and Team.