Heswall Hall Entertainment Guide March 2019

There’s loads on at Heswall Hall in March

Three awesome bands play live in The Big Room
Friday 1st March
8pm. Bar open from 7:15pm

The bands will all be set up on the main floor, arranged in a format made popular by Later with Jools Holland. Full bar and food available throughout the evening!
A fantastic evening of live music – not to be missed!
For full details of the bands see ‘buytickets’ link below
Tickets £5 available from www.buytickets.at/heswallhall


Big Room Comedy Club (18+)
Friday 8th March
8pm. Bar from 7pm
The Big Room Comedy Club brings you a fabulous night of laughter and entertainment with three professional comedians.
Fully licensed bar at reasonable prices, food by The Bhaji Box.
Tickets £12 on the night or £10 from www.buytickets.at/heswallhall

Quiz Night

Saturday 9th March
7:30pm. Bar from 6:45pm

Our Quiz Night has fast become one of our most popular events. Teams of 6 battle it out to be crowned winner. Tables cost £30 and include a cheese and pate platter halfway through. A great night out for only £5 a head! Limited number of tables left so book your table at buytickets.at/heswallhall


The Woolgatherers of Heswall Present
The Lady Vanishes
Thursday 14th March – Saturday 16th March
7:30pm. Bar from 6:45
A comedy version of this well loved novel and play. On a train headed for England a wealthy young woman – Iris Carr – befriends elderly Miss Froy. But then, after lunch, Iris finds the old woman has disappeared. Mysteriously, the other passengers deny Miss Froy ever existed.  What secrets are the sinister Doctor, the fierce Baroness, honeymoon couple, the vicar and his wife and the garrulous spinster twins hiding?  Can Iris get to the bottom of this mystery with the help of Mac and his friend, the Professor?
Adapted by Derek Webb from the novel ‘The Wheel Spins’ by Ethel Lina White.



The Big Room Presents
St Patrick’s Day Shindig
Sunday 17th March
7:30pm. Bar and doors 6:45pm
This will be a lively evening of great traditional music, dancing, and laughter to celebrate the launch of the Big Room’s new folk and roots night.
Live music, Guinness, dancing, Irish stew…
Tickets £5, Irish stew only an additional £4 – please book in advance to
guarantee your food. (Gluten free option available with advance notice)


Matinee Cinema Club
Tuesday 19th March
2pm. Refreshments from 1pm

Come and join us for a sociable afternoon at the cinema. Make new friends and enjoy a tea or coffee before the big picture. Membership is free… as is the tea and coffee.
For more details of our February film call in at the Hall or contact Trudi on 0151 342 2614. Or subscribe to our online What’s On guide.
No need to book in advance and tickets are £3.50 on the door.



Evening Cinema:
Bohemian Rhapsody (12A)
Wednesday 20th March
7:30pm. Bar open at 6:45pm
Bohemian Rhapsody is a foot-stomping celebration of Queen, their music and their extraordinary lead singer Freddie Mercury played by the BAFTA winning actor Rami Malek
Tickets for this this award winning film are already selling fast. Tickets £5 available from: Linghams and Gould’s, Heswall, Heswall Hall, and Paisley Grey, Neston & online buytickets.at/heswallhall


Heswall Flower Club Open Evening
Thursday 21st March
7:30pm. Doors open at 6:30pm
Heswall Flower Club opens its doors to everyone with a charity evening in aid of The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity. National demonstrator, Mark Entwistle, leads the evening with his demonstration “Summer Antics”.Tickets £10 available from heswallflowerclub@gmail.com or 0151 342 9327.


Everly Brothers Tribute by Tennessee Waltz + Special Guests
Saturday 30th March
7:30pm. Bar from 6:30pm

You won’t want to miss this special evening celebrating the songs and harmonies of The Everly Brothers, featuring Tennessee Waltz and special guests. Join us for this special evening.
Tickets are £10 in advance from buytickets.at/heswallhall £12 on the door.
Young persons are very welcome, under 16’s must be accompanied.


Cartoon Circus Live
Tuesday 2nd April
All the fun of the circus comes to Heswall Hall when the laughter-packed stage show “Cartoon Circus Live” combines the comedy of pantomime with the thrill of the circus.There is even a performing piranha!
Box office: 01384 423496


Opera Viva perform La Traviata
Saturday 6th April
7:30pm. Bar from 6:45pm

Opera Viva perform ‘La Traviata’ (sung in English), Verdi’s much loved masterpiece of love and betrayal in Parisian High Society.La Traviata has some of the world’s most loved arias and choral music. A fully staged and costumed performance by Opera Viva, one of the leading
amateur opera companies of the North West. We look forward to welcoming them back to Heswall Hall.
Tickets £12 in advance and £15 on the door. Tickets available from Linghams Booksellers, Gould’s Stationers, Heswall Hall (0151 342 2614) and online at buytickets.at/heswallhall Bar opens at 6.45pm, performance begins at 7.30pm.


Regular Events

Monday 4th March
Heswall Gardening Society meeting: A demonstration of Spring Hanging Baskets by Karen from Gordale. 7:30pm. Admission £2.50 for visitors.

Wednesday 6th March
Heswall Hall Tea Dance: Come and enjoy our excellent tea dance with live music from our resident trio, The Swingmasters. If you’re not a dancer, come and listen to the music, enjoy a cup of tea and make new friends. 2pm-4:30pm. Admission £4 on the door.

Friday 8th March
Wirral Wildlife Trust: 7:30pm. Admission £3. All welcome.

Saturday 9th March
Heswall Animal Welfare Coffee Morning: Pop in for refreshments and browse our bric-brac stalls. Come and support our local charity. Heswall Hall, 10am to 11.30am. Admission £1.

Tuesday 12th March
Wirral Philatelic Society: ‘Netherlands’ – by Mr Philip Longbottom. Meets at 7:30pm.

Wednesday 27th March
Heswall Hall Lunch Club:  Come and join us and enjoy a home-cooked two-course lunch, with tea or coffee and hear one of our wonderful guest speakers. 12noon-2pm. Booking essential, please contact 0151 342 2614 to book. Tickets are £4 and includes free raffle ticket.

Wednesday 27th March
Heswall Society Meeting: AGM followed by ‘Horace Rumpole – Hero or anti-hero?’ by Christopher Storey QC. Starts at 8pm.

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