28 Oct 2014
Oh What a Lovely War Date: 28 Oct-1 Nov 2014 Time: 7:30pm / Saturday matinee 12:30pm Cost: £13.00 / £12.00 (conc) Venue: Rutherglen Town Hall
Walter Paul Productions presents Joan Littlewood’s Musical Entertainment
by Theatre Workshop, Charles Chilton, Gerry Raffles, and Members of the Original Cast
Title Suggested by Ted Allan
To commemorate the one hundred years which have elapsed since the outbreak of The First World War, Rutherglen Town Hall is proud to host an entirely new production of Joan Littlewood’s Musical Entertainment, Oh What a Lovely War, presented by Walter Paul Productions.
With humour, song, dance, and grit, this unique and inspiring show tells the story of those four horrendous years between 1914 and 1918, when Great Britain fought on the battlefields of France and beyond. Unbelievable facts and figures are continuously fed to audiences as this war to end all wars is re-enacted, in the round, by a company of performers especially recruited for this production.
The six performances will be made even more special, as the production is being mounted in aid of Erskine House.
This production is in aid of Erskine House An amateur production by arrangement with Samuel French Limited
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Time: 19:30 -
Location: Rutherglen Town Hall
Cost: £13.00 / £12.00 (conc)
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Beginners Computer Course 17, 24 and 31 Oct 2014 1:45pm £5.00 Biggar Library
A three week Introduction to Computers course for those who wish to become familiar with the basics of using a computer and getting online.
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Time: 10:00 - 20:00
Cost: Free admission
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Millar is a classically trained artist whose artistic education has not followed the conventional art college route. She has sought out and learned from artists and master painters who she admired and whose knowledge she respected.
The results are works of art that speak for themselves.
Location: Lanark Memorial Hall
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