Reeth Brass Band use the Hall as a base and practice there every week. David Allinson, the band's president is celebrating his 80th birthday this summer with a grand charity concert in aid of the British Heart Foundation and Cancer Research UK. This will be held in St Andrew’s church, Grinton, at 3pm on Saturday, September 5.
David was a playing member of the band for over 60 years until ill health forced his retirement last year. Members of Muker Silver Band will join the Reeth band to play a variety of traditional and popular music.
Admission to the concert is free and the retiring collection will be split between the two charities which have been personally important to David in recent years.
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This is a privately booked event which we're happy to publicise as it's for a very good cause but please note that we don't have tickets for it. You can buy them on the door on the night or in advance from:
http://www.wegottickets.com/event/319848 at £11 which includes a booking fee.
Tony Wright was the lead singer and frontman of Terrorvision (originally The Spoilt Bratz) in addition to appearing in Never Mind the Buzzcocks and presenting Top of the Pops, with Top Ten hits which included Perseverance and Tequila. Tony's very first solo album sees him take a more acoustic based approach with arguably his strongest and most personal song writing to date.
Tony will be embarking on a Coast to Coast cycling adventure on July 3rd and will be cycling over four days from St Bee's to Robin Hoods Bay, raising money for three charities - the RNLI who support the St Bee's life guards, Keswick Mountain Rescue who do great work in the Lake District, and York Arc Light, a Yorkshire based charity that helps the homeless. Half way through (after cycling 50 miles earlier in the day) he'll be playing a special acoustic gig in Reeth at 8pm on Saturday 4th July.
You can sponsor him here: http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/team/TonyandMillyC2C and find more details here:
Great news for fans of North Country Theatre. Due to a cancellation they'll now be performing Jim Crace's 'The Gift of Stones' twice in Reeth on consecutive nights, 4th & 5th December.
A great time last night in the Hall with Geordie Fiddler Tom McConville and his band. The next musical event is the Railsplitters on 3rd June which we're putting on at St Andrew's in conjunction with the Swaledale Festival. Tickets for this are available through the Festival Office http://www.swaledale-festival.org.uk/Whats-On/2015-Programme/EventId/38/e/the-railsplitters-3-jun-2015
The Swaledale Artyfacts are the first amateur dramatic company in the country to obtain the rights to perform Stewart Howson’s adaptation of the much loved novel by Compton Mackenzie.
The group promise a night of comedy and music as the backdrop to the hilarious story of the valiant people of the Island of Todday.
It’s World War 2 and due to rationing, there is not a drop of whisky to be had. Then the SS Cabinet Minister runs aground and the crew has to abandon the cargo - 50,000 cases of the best quality export whisky!
Performances are at 7.30pm in Reeth Memorial Hall on April 2, 3 and 4, and in Gunnerside village hall on April 10.
Tickets are £8.50 from Reeth Post Office or ring 01748-880162 or 01748-880147.
Very much looking forward to Steve Knightley's 'Grow Your Own Gig' tour - Thursday 19th March at 8pm.
The Yoredale Ukulele Strummers - a Richmondshire based ukulele band will hold a ‘Ukulele Day’ at Reeth Memorial Hall on Saturday, March 28.
The day’s events include a chance for children to build and play their own simple ukulele, a free ‘try and play ukulele’ drop-in session, an afternoon concert by the Yoredale Ukulele Strummers, including players and singers from Arkengarthdale and Reeth schools, and finally an evening show featuring the internationally renowned Keith Stephen’s Hot Club Trio with Caroline Irwin. www.keithstephen.plus.com/
Tickets are £5 adult for the afternoon concert, £10 (including supper) for the evening concert and are available from Reeth Post Office or Graham White 01748-884821, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Graham for full details or see the Memorial Hall website: http://www.reethmemorialhall.co.uk Follow the link from the Home page or look at the 'Coming Soon' page under Events in the drop-down menu.
All proceeds are for the Reeth Memorial Hall refurbishment fund and the event is supported by J.G.Windows (Music) Darlington
The Reeth Memorial Hall AGM will be held on Monday 9th March at 7.30pm, followed a brief meeting of the Management Committee . This AGM will be preceded by the opening of the newly refurbished Supper Room at 7.00pm. A representative of each user organisation is very welcome to attend the opening and then (if they wish) to stay to the AGM and Committee Meeting. Please note that all regular users of the Hall are entitled to have a representative on the Hall’s Management Committee, so if you do not have one, we would strongly recommend that you elect one at your own AGM or nominate/volunteer someone to attend.