Day by day
10am to 11.30am and 7.45pm to 9.15pm: Hatha Yoga
with Rick Calligaro.
10am to 12 noon: Short mat bowls.
1.30pm to 4.30pm: Table tennis.
7.45pm to 11pm: Ceroc
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10am to 12 noon: 50+ Club.
1.15pm to 3.45pm: Sequence tea dance.
7pm to 10.30pm: Modern line dancing.
7.30pm to 9.15pm: Ashtanga Yoga with Rick
7.45pm to 10.30pm: Ballroom,
Latin and Popular
Book tickets on line
TICKETS for Civic Hall events (and some
others in town and district) can be bought on line. Go to
www.nantwichtowncouncil.gov.uk and on the first page click on
the "Buy Tickets" logo for a list of bookable events.
You will need to create an
account to buy tickets.
Note that there is an administration fee of £1
which goes to the Civic Hall rather than the organisation that is staging
Tickets can be posted to
purchasers up to five days before an event or they can take their
"confirmation of purchase" e-mail to the Civic Hall to collect the
tickets in person. Tickets which are held at the venue of an event
for collection can be collected with the confirmation e-mail.
DON'T SAY YOU AREN'T TOLD IN
GOOD TIME . . .
Coming soon - well, in December
"Santa's Mixed-up Martian" at
the Civic Hall from Saturday, December 2 to Wednesday 6. Written by Iain
Lauchlan, the children's production is presented by Imagine Theatre in
association with the Belgrade Theatre. More details can be found on
leaflets in the Tourist Information Centre in the Civic Hall.
ENTERTAINMENT at the Civic Hall is
handled by Crewe firm Warble Entertainment Agency.
Month by month
Monday 26: Blood Donor Session
Monday 3: Scottish dancing.
Friday 7: AC Fusion Dance - classic and modern line dancing.
Saturday 8: Ceroc Freestyle Dance.
Monday 10: Nantwich Film Club screens "Toni Erdmann". Details below.
Sunday 16: Blood Donor Session.
Saturday 29 Craft fair.
For more details
of these events visit
Nantwich Film Club
THE club is "enthusiast run" and shows
films on a 5.7metre (224-inch) screen. Their programme includes independent,
classic and foreign language films. Film and activity suggestions
Films are screened on the
second Monday of the month. The doors and bar open at 7pm and the
film starts at 7.45pm (unless stated otherwise - for a longer film,
for instance). There is no membership fee and no obligation
to see every film. Entrance is £5 and open to all, subject to
British Board of Film Classification certification.
July 10: "Toni Erdmann", a
comedy/drama in German, English and Romanian. Runs for 162 minutes. 15
Certificate. A divorced music teacher, an old-age hippie of sorts, has a
passion for bizarre pranks involving several fake personas. He decides
to reconnect with his daughter, a business consultant, who seems to have
little time for her family. The music teacher chases his daughter around
the world interfering with her life, disguised as Erdmann.
August 14: "Hidden Figures",
a biography, history, drama, in English. PG Certificate. In 1961, a
mathematician is working at a research centre when, after a successful
Russian satellite launch, there is pressure to send American astronauts
into space. The mathematician is assigned to a Space Task Group,
becoming the first coloured woman in the team. She struggles to win
respect from her colleagues and boss.
For more information, visit:
The Very Best in Stand Up
COMEDY evenings are held on the first
Friday of each month, featuring four top acts. Organised by Straight
Up Comedy and Nantwich Town Council. Seats and tables layout. Over
18s only. Doors
open 7.30pm and the shows start at 8.10pm. Tickets, £10, from
the Town Council website or from the Civic Hall (01270 628633). See the website
details. Tickets also from
There are table reservations
for groups of six or more on a first come, first served basis.
The season has closed until
Table Top sales. Thursdays,
8am to 12 noon. Tables (£5):
01270 628633 or 01270 303150. Free admission.
V and A Antiques, Vintage and Collectors
Fairs. Thursdays and Bank Holidays, 10am to 4pm. July 20. Admission £1.50
adults; £1 concessions; children free. Bank Holidays, £2 adults;
£1.50 concessions; children free. May 29, August 25. Stalls: Julie, 07759 449257. Also:
01244 400006, mobile 07759 449257; e-mail
Table Top Sales in the
summer months. See
What's On - Market for details of the
weekly (Tuesdays) event at Nantwich Market.
Nantwich Civic Hall
Market Street, Nantwich, CW5 5DG
Telephones 01270 628633 (Civic Hall) and
01270 303150 (Information Centre).
Civic Hall Box Office: 01270
628633. Open 9am to 4.30pm. Also, see the item in the first column about
booking tickets on line.
Nantwich Town Council Facilities
Nantwich Town Council Marketing
To hire the Civic
Hall, telephone 01270 628633. The main hall has a 500-person
capacity. The Peggy Killick Suite (up a flight of stairs) holds 80
people for parties, conferences, meetings, exercise classes, dance
groups, training days, etc. The suite can be booked free of charge.
The Civic Hall is owned and run
by Nantwich Town Council who acquired it from Cheshire East Borough
Council. (See this Letter from Nantwich).
The Town Council offices
moved to the Civic Hall from Brookfield Hall (where the council
meets) in Shrewbridge Road, Nantwich. Telephones: 01270 619224 and
01270 628633. [Brookfield Hall can also be hired.]
Nantwich Information Centre is
located in the Civic Hall. Telephone 01270 303150 (9am to 6.45pm).
As well as tourism information - for visitors or for local people
wishing to know about attractions in the rest of the country - the
centre has details of local events in the Civic Hall or other
buildings in town. It has a series of leaflets on several aspects of
the town, including places to see, visiting Nantwich, shopping in
town and accommodation.
A stall is sited on The
Square (town centre) on Saturdays (weather permitting).
Nantwich Town Council
Mayor: Cllr Penny Butterill
Mayor's Consort: Alderman Doug Butterill
Deputy Mayor: Cllr David Marren
Town Clerk: Ian Hope
The Rev Canon Dr Barry Wilson