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Moviola - The Audience

The AudienceOn Saturday 9th December 2017 at 7.30 p.m. (doors open at 7.00pm) in the Milborne Port Village Hall. Experience the environment that you would get if you had travelled to the West End Theatre in London! We present a recording of a live performance of The Audience (certificate PG), starring the amazing Helen Mirren as she reprises her Academy Award winning role as Her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth II.

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Bed among the Lentils

IMG 2835Jan Wyld in “Bed among the Lentils” by Alan Bennettlentils

With the Tumlyn Brass Quintet Friday 1st December 7.30 p.m. in St John’s Church

Jan Wyld entertained us with poetry and drama at our Summer Concert this year. Now she returns to perform this wonderful “Talking Heads” monologue, first created by Maggie Smith: the tale of a vicar’s wife trying to escape from the pressure of her parish life is both funny and heart-breaking . She is joined by five talented brass players for this exceptional entertainment. Don’t miss it!

Tickets from Waynes’s: £10, to include wine and nibbles

Christmas Tree recycling

town hallAs with previous years, Milborne Port Parish Council, together with SSDC have provided for Christmas tree recycling. You will be able to drop off you tree before 15h January at the East Street car park. See the notice for further details

Friends of Milborne Port Library (FOMPL) December 2017

Black FOMPL logo002Our news will start circulating just as the excitement of the Big Christmas Lights Switch On takes over the Village!Christmas tree

Our wonderful Sue Spencer will have been reading a Bedtime Story at our Library,between around 5.45-6.15pm, giving everyone time to cross the road for the 6.30pm Lights Switch On. As last year, our naughty library sheep will have been hiding around the library, waiting to be found & to be hung on our Christmas tree, before stories are read. We particularly appreciate the gift of the Christmas Tree from the Spirit of Milborne Port, and we hope its place in the Library, in all its decorated glory, will continue to cheer you all throughout the run up to Christmas.

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