An Evening with Ann Cleeves and Chris Ewan
WEDNESDAY 26th FEBRUARY 7.30pm -9.00pm
LOWDHAM VILLAGE HALL, MAIN STREET, LOWDHAM
Top crime-writers, Ann Cleeves and Chris Ewan will be in converstion with another best-selling crimewriter, Sarah Ward.
Tickets £10 full, £9 concessions, £8 Festival Friends available from The Bookcase, 50 Main Street, Lowdham. Box Office 0115 966 3219
THURSDAY 27th FEBRUARY 7.30PM
SOUTHWELL LIBRARY, THE BRAMLEY CENTRE, KING STREET, SOUTHWELL
An author evening of crime fiction from around the world, in collaboration with Newark Book Festival and Orenda Publishing.
Come and meet Matt Wesolowski, Louise Beech, Will Carver, Kjell Ola Dahl, Simone Buchholz, West Camel, Michael J. Malone, Antti Tuomainen, Thomas Enger, Johana Gustawsson, Vanda Symon and Helen Fitzgerald.
THIS IS A FREE EVENT, but please book your place at The Bookcase, 50 Main Street, Lowdham, NG14 7BE Box Office 0115 966 3219
A Weekend of Film
SATURDAY & SUNDAY, 7th & 8th MARCH
LOWDHAM VILLAGE HALL, MAIN ST., LOWDHAM
Saturday 2.30pm ALADDIN PG 128mins
Starring Will Smith, Mena Massoud & Naomi Scott
Saturday 7.30pm YESTERDAY PG-13 116 mins.
Starring Himesh Patel, Lily James & Sophia di Martino
SUNDAY 2.30pm JUDY PG-13 118mins.
Starring Renee Zellweger & Jessie Buckley
SUNDAY 7.30pm THE GOOD LIAR 15 109 mins.
Starring Helen Mirren & Ian McKellen
Ice creams, popcorn, wine, hot & cold drinks and home-made cakes on sale at each performance.
Tickets £6 full, £5 children & concessions, available from The Bookcase, 50 Main Street, Lowdham, Box Office 0115 966 3219
First Friday Events
First Friday talks take place in Lowdham Methodist Chapel 2pm – 3.30pm.
Tickets available from The Bookcase, 50 Main Street, Lowdham
or on our box office line 0115 966 3219
£6 full, £5 concessions, £4 Festival Friends (including tea and cake)
FRIDAY 6th MARCH
Roman Southwell with Matt Beresford
Dr Matt Beresford is a consultant archaeologist at MBArchaeology, specialising in Community Archaeology, Education and Research since 2008. He is the Project Director for the Roman Southwell Community Project, a community initiative that sees local people explore the Roman landscape at Southwell and the surrounding area. His talk will focus on the discoveries made at Southwell over the past five years and will place the Roman villa there into a wider context.
FRIDAY 3rd APRIL
Between Six Bridges: Gedling, a Sporting Village with Neil Kendrick
Today Neil Kendrick will talk about the sporting history of Gedling, looking in particular at certain individuals and their stories.
Neil’s particular interests are local history and sports, interests he has combined in his latest book, Between Six Bridges. He has written three other books: one a history of schools cricket in Nottingham, another about local sport, and a history of Gedling Village seen through the eyes of one of its oldest inhabitants, all of which are now sadly out of print. Neil lives in Gedling and is a former Head of 6th Form at Carlton le Willows school.
Film Friday Events
Film Friday events take place in Lowdham Village Hall starting at 7.30pm. Tickets £6 full & £5 concessions and children from The Bookcase: Box Office 0115 966 3219.
There is a licensed bar at all the Film Friday evenings, plus ice cream, popcorn, hot drinks and a delicious selection of home made cakes.
FRIDAY 28TH FEBRUARY
MRS LOWRY & SON PG 91 mins.
Starring Timothy Spall & Vanessa Redgrave