There’s lots happening during youth club in October. All the sessions are only 50p so go and give it a try. There’s always the pool table to play, Wii and Xbox and normally some cookery and milkshakes being made!
The next Concerts in the West performance is on Saturday October 3 from 7.30-9.30. Musicians of London Wall will be performing music from the baroque era and play on either genuine period instruments or accurate contemporary copies.
Catherine Hodgson, the founder and director of this music charity saw them performing earlier this year at the London Handel Festival and knew that these were exactly the type of passionate, exuberant performers to come and play for Concerts in the West’s audiences this October in Devon, Dorset and Somerset.
“Musicians of London Wall make use of popular 18th Century instruments and their performances give audiences a unique insight into the repertoire and style of playing of that era, which is tremendously exciting,” said Catherine Hodgson. “It is rather thrilling to know that the music they are playing comprise original pieces, the music we will be hearing is like an echo from the past.”
Musicians of London Wall are Emily Baines playing recorder, Ivana Cetkovic – violin , Alexis Bennett on viola, Lucia Capellaro playing cello, and Katie De La Matter harpsichord.
Tickets are available from Serendip in Lyme Regis and cost £15 for an adult and if you bring another person along, introducing them to the series, they can attend free. Students of 12 years + are half price and children of 11 years and under are free with an accompanying adult.
At The Hub this Saturday, 26th September, Suzannie Hillier will be holding a performance workshop for children 8-12 years that will encompass drama, dance and poetry. A brilliant way to spend a Saturday!
Please read the following and fill in the on-line questionnaire. It’s really important to do as The Hub Youth Club Sessions provide a very important drop in service for young people and the sessions offer activities, learning and listening to young people. Cuts may mean that the 3 sessions that are in place now will be reduced or maybe taken away altogether. Pass this on to others who may complete this.
This Saturday 19th September Huw Wiggin will be performing saxaphone accompanied by James Sherlock on piano. Both are experts in their field of music and Huw is one of the most popular saxophonists of his generation. Young children can attend free and there’s concessions for students.
This is the first of two workshops that Suzanne is holding at The Hub. The Story of Ryo Wo, Dragon King of the Sea is on 19th September followed by Mr October’s Sweet Shop on September 26th. Spaces are limited so please book in advance directly with Suzanne by telephoning 01297 444031 or email her on Suzanne_hillier@btopenworld.com