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  • Isabel Hospice care4acuppa

    Sunday, June 1, 2014 - 10:00am to Wednesday, December 31, 2014 - 12:15pm

    Launched in June and runs through to Christmas.
    Please support Isabel Hospice by holding a fundraising
    care4acuppa. With over 165 million cups of tea and 70
    million cups of coffee drunk everyday in the UK why not
    put yours to work for us by holding a fundraising tea party
    or coffee morning where you could have a bake sale,
    hold a raffle, organise a bring & buy!
    Call Beth Hardy, tel 01707 382500 for details.

  • On The Beat: Stories from 1914-1918

    Tuesday, August 5, 2014 - 1:00am to Friday, May 15, 2020 - 1:00am

    This special exhibition showcases work by students and ex-students from Middlesex University’s illustration department, who will use the medium of graphic novels to bring the stories of the home front to life. Research into local police records of the period has uncovered some fascinating, humorous and challenging stories illustrating life at home for ordinary people and the police, as well as soldiers back from the trenches.
    Special school visits are available by appointment – please contact the museum: museum@rhodesbishopsstortford.org.uk or by phone on 01279 651746

     
     
     
     
    Copies of the accompanying Graphic Novel : ‘On the Beat during the Great War’ are available for sale from Rhodes.
    Main image copyright Daniel Duncan

    Venue: 
    Rhodes Centre
  • Bishop's Stortford Health Walks

    Monday, September 1, 2014 - 10:00am to Monday, December 29, 2014 - 10:00am

    Meet alternate Mondays at 10.00am
    Meet at the car park off Thorley Lane East, Bishop's Stortford

    Grid ref TL476 193

    Venue: 
    Southern Country Park
  • Dick Whittington & His Magical Cat

    Saturday, December 13, 2014 - 2:00pm to Saturday, January 3, 2015 - 6:00pm

    From the record breaking team that have brought you the last 4 pantomimes at Rhodes comes a family adventure to take your seasonal holiday soaring to new heights!
    The regions former favourite baddie Phil Dale dispenses with the black and dons a dress as Sarah the Cook to assist our Hero Dick Whittington on his quest to defeat RatPutin and rid London of his rat army. Dick is assisted by Tom the Cat, played by Olympic opening ceremony choreographer and international hip hop artist Sunanda Biswas. On their way our intrepid heroes will encounter danger, laughter, suspense and ……cannibals, as they attempt to bring order to the streets of our capital. Regular Rhodes pantogoers will require no encouragement but if you’ve yet to savour the delights of our festive offering then now is the time to find out why so many thousands consider it to be the best panto in the region!
    “Wonderful! Technically, Musically and Artistically Impressive!”  The Stage
     
    What our audiences are saying...
    "We all - kids, teachers, me and especially Brenda ABSO...LUTELY LOVED the show!! Please pass on our congrats to everyone."
    "It’s a typically busy, bouncy and colourful show, where the costumes, set design and choreography reach the bar set by previous Rhodes/Phoenix panto collaborations."
    "I saw the panto last Saturday – Brilliant, we loved it!"
     

    Tickets £17.50/£16 (Conc £15.50/£14.50, Family Ticket £60/£56)
    Schools Price £9 (School Shows do not appear online)
    Group Bookings are also available - ask at the Box Office for more information.

    Times vary, check the Box Office or online for full details.

    Produced by Phil Dale, Directed by Jeanne Stacey and Choreographed by Katie Barker-Dale

    Venue: 
    Rhodes Centre
  • Dick Whittington & His Magical Cat

    Saturday, December 13, 2014 - 2:00pm to Saturday, January 3, 2015 - 6:00pm

    From the record breaking team that have brought you the last 4 pantomimes at Rhodes comes a family adventure to take your seasonal holiday soaring to new heights!
    The regions former favourite baddie Phil Dale dispenses with the black and dons a dress as Sarah the Cook to assist our Hero Dick Whittington on his quest to defeat RatPutin and rid London of his rat army. Dick is assisted by Tom the Cat, played by Olympic opening ceremony choreographer and international hip hop artist Sunanda Biswas. On their way our intrepid heroes will encounter danger, laughter, suspense and ……cannibals, as they attempt to bring order to the streets of our capital. Regular Rhodes pantogoers will require no encouragement but if you’ve yet to savour the delights of our festive offering then now is the time to find out why so many thousands consider it to be the best panto in the region!
    “Wonderful! Technically, Musically and Artistically Impressive!”  The Stage
     
    What our audiences are saying...
    "We all - kids, teachers, me and especially Brenda ABSO...LUTELY LOVED the show!! Please pass on our congrats to everyone."
    "It’s a typically busy, bouncy and colourful show, where the costumes, set design and choreography reach the bar set by previous Rhodes/Phoenix panto collaborations."
    "I saw the panto last Saturday – Brilliant, we loved it!"
     

    Tickets £17.50/£16 (Conc £15.50/£14.50, Family Ticket £60/£56)
    Schools Price £9 (School Shows do not appear online)
    Group Bookings are also available - ask at the Box Office for more information.

    Times vary, check the Box Office or online for full details.

    Produced by Phil Dale, Directed by Jeanne Stacey and Choreographed by Katie Barker-Dale

    Venue: 
    Rhodes Centre
  • Santa visit!

    Sunday, December 21, 2014 - 11:30am to 3:00pm

    Santa will be visiting the Railway carriage at Rayne Station!

    Go along and take the children to see Santa and help raise funds
    for the Railway Carriage Project at Rayne Station.

    Suggested donation of £2 each.

    Organised by Friends of the Flitch Way and Associated Woodlands.

     

    Venue: 
    Rayne Station, CM77 6RX
  • Bumper Coffee Morning

    Wednesday, December 31, 2014 - 10:00am to 12:00pm

    An exciting range of products including jewellery, plants, home made cakes, cards, storytelling for youngsters and FRESH coffee
    If you are interested in having a stall please contact Pam Johnston-Cook on 01279 504012 or by email on pandpjc@dsl.pipex.com.

    Venue: 
    St Michael's Church

December 2014