The Fringe

Fable  -  Hare Hill House OL15 9HE Friday 7th and Saturday 8th October A tale of freedom, immortality and planting trees for those who come after us. A show wound from spoken word, storytelling, soaring live music and good, honest heart and soul.  FABLE has run in Edinburgh, New York, Adelaide and London. Tickets available via Eventbrite see www.savehhh.co.uk for details. Val Bracken Trio – Wine Press, Hollingworth Lake OL15 0AZ Wednesday 12th October 7pm – 9pm. Free Entry  A well-established group of musicians who are cool, Jazzy and melodious.A groovy keyboard/saxophonist in John, a guitarist of style in Chris, with smooth vocals from Val. Every Body Dances – Littleborough Boxing and Fitness Club, 21 Church Street, Littleborough OL15 8DA Monday 17th October 11am – 12 noon. Free taster session for over 55’s organised by Can’t Dance Can. The session is suitable for those recovering from illness or injury.  Sessions are fun, social, creative and inclusive.  Everybody works to their own ability so everybody can join in! Classes include a variety of dance styles and are built around the requests of the people taking part. No need to book, just turn up! http://www.cantdancecan.co.uk/ Two events organised in conjunction with the Friends of Hare Hill House and Rochdale Literature & Ideas Festival:- The Odds – Littleborough Library OL15 9HF Saturday 22 October 10.30am – 11.30am Adam Perrott writes incredible madcap stories that may seem a little at odds with the world we live in! Meet the author for a very interactive session that explodes into action Tickets £2 available via Eventbrite. Suitable for 7+ all children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult See rochdaleliteraturefestival.co.uk for details The Wacky Man – Hare Hill House OL15 9HE Saturday 22 October 1pm – 2pm Lynn Farrell talks about her debut novel, “The Wacky Man” winner of the 2015 Luke Bitmead Bursary, and shares her experiences of getting her work published. Tickets £2.80 available via Eventbrite Suitable for 14+ See rochdaleliteraturefestival.co.uk for details Walter Kershaw – Local artist Walter Kershaw, pioneer of large scale, external, mural paintings in England and Brazil, perhaps best-known for the famous Trafford Park Murals at White City, Manchester, during the 1980s and 1990s will be opening his Studio during the festival, see the Studio window for opening times. Studio 193, Todmorden Road, Littleborough, OL15 9EG http://www.walterkershaw.co.uk/ Hollingworth Lake TIC– Details to be confirmed
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The Fringe

Fable  -  Hare Hill House OL15 9HE Friday 7th and Saturday 8th October A tale of freedom, immortality and planting trees for those who come after us. A show wound from spoken word, storytelling, soaring live music and good, honest heart and soul.  FABLE has run in Edinburgh, New York, Adelaide and London. Tickets available via Eventbrite see www.savehhh.co.uk for details. Val Bracken Trio – Wine Press, Hollingworth Lake OL15 0AZ Wednesday 12th October 7pm – 9pm. Free Entry  A well-established group of musicians who are cool, Jazzy and melodious.A groovy keyboard/saxophonist in John, a guitarist of style in Chris, with smooth vocals from Val. Every Body Dances – Littleborough Boxing and Fitness Club, 21 Church Street, Littleborough OL15 8DA Monday 17th October 11am – 12 noon. Free taster session for over 55’s organised by Can’t Dance Can. The session is suitable for those recovering from illness or injury.  Sessions are fun, social, creative and inclusive.  Everybody works to their own ability so everybody can join in! Classes include a variety of dance styles and are built around the requests of the people taking part. No need to book, just turn up! http://www.cantdancecan.co.uk/ Two events organised in conjunction with the Friends of Hare Hill House and Rochdale Literature & Ideas Festival:- The Odds – Littleborough Library OL15 9HF Saturday 22 October 10.30am – 11.30am Adam Perrott writes incredible madcap stories that may seem a little at odds with the world we live in! Meet the author for a very interactive session that explodes into action Tickets £2 available via Eventbrite. Suitable for 7+ all children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult See rochdaleliteraturefestival.co.uk  for details The Wacky Man – Hare Hill House OL15 9HE Saturday 22 October 1pm – 2pm Lynn Farrell talks about her debut novel, “The Wacky Man” winner of the 2015 Luke Bitmead Bursary, and shares her experiences of getting her work published. Tickets £2.80 available via Eventbrite Suitable for 14+ See rochdaleliteraturefestival.co.uk for details Walter Kershaw – Local artist Walter Kershaw, pioneer of large scale, external, mural paintings in England and Brazil, perhaps best- known for the famous Trafford Park Murals at White City, Manchester, during the 1980s and 1990s will be opening his Studio during the festival, see the Studio window for opening times. Studio 193, Todmorden Road, Littleborough, OL15 9EG http://www.walterkershaw.co.uk/ Hollingworth Lake TIC– Details to be confirmed
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