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Young People
Friday 9 March
Cabaret Thirty

Do you still love to tread the boards? Love open mic events? If you are under thirty, or okay if you look under thirty, this is your chance to perform.
Caberet 30
It could be poetry, or song, or stand-up comedy, in a group or on your own. If you think you’ve got it, then flaunt it! At the last LitFest, there was an astonishing range of acts for this wildly popular event. There’s no age limit for the audience.

Get in touch now to make sure you are on the list if you want to perform.

Contact wilcocks@ntlworld.com with all the details.

7.30pm HEART Centre,
Bennett Road

Free. Donations welcome
Saturday 17 March
Florence and Jem - The Meanseas

Florence and Jem return in the third and final book of the illustrated children’s series set in the enchanted woodland of The Hollies, written by Julian Oxley, illustrated by Clare Morgan.

The Meanseas b ook coverFlorence sleeps through a wild storm dreaming of adventure aboard a pirate ship. She is shocked to learn from the whale found there, that there is in fact a pirate ship stranded in the woods somewhere. With her ever loyal dog, Florence seeks out the mysterious ship and its treasure.

The Florence and Jem books are intended to provoke children’s imaginations. All the magic is based on real things in the local woods with just enough directions for families to find them.

This is a Meanseas book launch event.

Families welcome.
Cake available.

11.00am - 12.30pm Meanwood Institute, Green Road
Free. Donations welcome