Events


Event Location Event Details Date Time Price
Concert with the Coull Quartet Dillington House, Ilminster The magnificent Coull Quartet offers a rare combination of maturity and freshness and we are delighted that once again they are returning to Dillington. For this year’s concert their programme includes Kodaly’s Quartet No. 2 Opus 10, Schumann’s Quartet in F Opus 41 No. 2 and Dvořák’s Quartet in E flat Opus 51. Seats are unreserved – unless specified below: Reservable seating for this event is only available for Dillington Patrons, Friends of Dillington and diners Pre-booked lunches available at £18 (2 course carvery with coffee) 23/09/2018 2.30pm Adults £20 Under 18s £10
Somerset Open Studios 15-30 September Somerset Somerset Open Studios 2018 draws Art Weeks back to its roots, focusing on artists in their working environment. Featuring over 300 artists in 192 venues, visitors will be able to see how artists make their work; their process, practice and inspiration. The event aims to support artists who want to work professionally and are looking to promote their creative businesses across a range of disciplines; Books, Ceramics, Drawing, Film, Furniture, Glass, Jewellery, Metalwork, Mixed Media, Painting, Prints, Photography, Pottery, Printmaking, Sculpture, Textiles and Wood. Now the largest event in Somerset for visual artists and makers, Open Studios showcases established names as well as introducing new and emerging artists. Venues welcome visitors of all ages, allowing a rare opportunity to see inside artists’ studios and temporary working spaces and find out first hand about the creative process, along with demonstrations, workshops, talks and visits to educate, inspire and delight. For more informatikon go to https://somersetartworks.org.uk/openstudios2018 or call 01458 253800. 25/09/2018 Daily See event details
Lip Reading Lessons Ile Youth Club, Ilminster Deafplus will be holding lip reading practice lessons every Wednesday from 5 September 2018 to 19 May 2019. Join any time. Friends and family with no hearing loss welcome. Pop in or contact linda.horner@deafplus.org or text 07890557313 or call 01823 412415. 26/09/2018 10am to 12pm £3 per session and £1 per session for refreshments
September Workshop - Autumn Harvest Design Sunnymead, Frost Lane, Ilton TA19 9EU Join Angie in her garden and learn to arrange beautiful floral designs using autumnal flowers and foliage in a range of mediums, set to inspire you for the harvest season. You will be using a wonderful variety of fresh locally grown flowers, herbs and foliage. All materials provided so just bring your yourselves and secateurs if you have them. Refreshments and homemade cake too will be provided. For more inforamtion go to cottageflowersilminster or call 01460 53020 26/09/2018 10am to 12pm £35
Meat Bingo Ashill Village Hall Ashill Charity Meat Bingo is held in Ashill Village Hall on the last Wednesday of the month. We raise money for charities and present the cheques to them on an annual basis. This year our chosen charities are: SURE, The Children’s Hospice South West, Somerset & Dorset Air Ambulance and St Margaret's Hospice. Our sessions are informal and friendly with good prizes. There is plenty of free car parking. Doors open at 6.30 pm; Eyes down at 7.30 pm. Thanks to everyone who has supported us to date and we look forward to seeing new players, who will be made very welcome. 26/09/2018 Doors open 6.30pm with Eyes down at 7.30pm Not available
Quiz Night Dolphin Hotel, Ilminster Quiz night for Ilminster Christmas Lights CANCELLED 26/09/2018 8pm Not available
Medecins Sans Frontieres – Why Do Families Become Refugees talk Warehouse Theatre, Ilminster Thursday Group monthly talk to be given by Flowa Holdsworth. 27/09/2018 10.15am Free for members and £2 for guests
Macmillan Charity Coffee Morning Minster Rooms, Ilminster The Mayor Ilminster, Cllr Julie Fowler invites you to join her to help raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support. There will be a cake stall, a bring and buy stall and a raffle. Supported by Bakery Roy Al, Bonners, Cottage Flowers, feast, Ilminster Lions Club, Ilminster Rotary Club, Ilminster WI, Macs Printing, Nyanza Masonic Lodge, Tesco and The Minster 28/09/2018 10am to 12pm Free entry with donations welcome
The World's Biggest Coffee Morning United Kingdom Hosting your own MacMillan Cancer Support Coffee Morning is easy. All you have to do is sign up. We'll send you everything you need to host, including decorations, posters and games. For more information go to https://coffee.macmillan.org.uk. 28/09/2018 Morning Free
Partition - A Talk by Lt.-General Sir Barney White-Spunner KCB CBE Hoskyns Memorial Hall, North Perott TA18 7ST 'Partition' - the story of Indian independence and the creation of Pakistan in 1947. Sir Barney White-Spunner will give a Talk based on his bestselling book marking the 70th anniversary of Partition, which stands out for its judicious and unsparing look at events from a British perspective, and in which he never downplays the horrors of that terrible year. His book is at its most powerful in its month-by-month narrative of how Partition tore apart northern and eastern India, with the new state of Pakistan carved out of communities who had lived together for the past millenium. As the former commander of the British forces in Basra, he knows all about the challenges of governing an occupied people. Signed copies of his book will be on sale. All are welcome to what will be a thoroughly interesting evening. Tickets: Adults £10 - 13 to 18 years £3 - under 12 years free. Tickets will include light refreshments and a glass of wine. 28/09/2018 7pm Adults £10 - 13 to 18 years £3 - under 12 years free.
Antique Wedding Dress Show Warehouse Theatre, Ilminster Many years ago Barbara Churchill bought a second hand wedding dress in a jumble sale for 6 old pennies. This first dress started a lifelong fascination for what people wore on this most important day of their lives. And so the collection began, dresses were bought and donated and the final collection had over 120 dresses dating 1820 to the present day. The collection was often shown for some of the charities nearest to Barbara’s heart, has travelled as far as Halifax and raised thousands of pounds. Sadly Barbara lost a bravely fought battle in 2011 but most of her fabulous wedding dress collection still remains within the family and we are thrilled to be able to show it again, with some of the dresses being modelled, to raise money for the Warehouse Expansion Appeal. 28/09/2018 7.30pm £10
How Wood Works Parish Hall, North Street, Ilminster Somerset Wildlife Trust talk by Dr Charles Hill author of For the Love of Trees, who will share insight into the complexities of our native Woodlands. This is based on a life-time’s interest. Sales table. Tea & coffee available. Enquiries to Valerie on 01460 234551. 28/09/2018 7.30pm Adults £2 and non-members £3
Craig Milverton & Dave Newton Arts Centre, Ilminster UK Masters of the keyboard DAVE NEWTON and CRAIG MILVERTON. playing together on two grand pianos Tickets £16 (£31 including pre-show supper) can be booked on 01460 54973. For more information go to www.themeetinghouse.org.uk. 28/09/2018 8pm See event details
Ilminster Children's Carnival Ilminster Judging will be at the Ile Youth at 1pm with the procession at 1.45pm. The route will be from the Ile Youth Club onto East Street, Silver Street, West Street, Strawberry Bank, North Street, East Street and finish back at the youth club. For more information go to www.ilminstercarnival.co.uk. 29/09/2018 1pm Free with donations welcome
Meat Bingo Ashill Village Hall Ashill Charity Meat Bingo is held in Ashill Village Hall on the last Wednesday of the month. We raise money for charities and present the cheques to them on an annual basis. This year our chosen charities are: SURE, The Children’s Hospice South West, Somerset & Dorset Air Ambulance and St Margaret's Hospice. Our sessions are informal and friendly with good prizes. There is plenty of free car parking. Doors open at 6.30 pm; Eyes down at 7.30 pm. Thanks to everyone who has supported us to date and we look forward to seeing new players, who will be made very welcome. 29/09/2018 Doors open 6.30pm with Eyes down at 7.30pm Not available
Wellington Carnival Wellington Wellington Carnivaol takes place on the last Saturday in September. The committee also organises a Street Fair on the first Sunday in June in Wellington High Street to help fund the main event. A public collection will take place throughout the carnival procession as well as the sale of light up toys and a carnival programme. Money raise not only pays for the event but also helps local groups, charities and schools. There is no parking allowed anywhere on the main route. However, parking is available in car parks in North Street, Longforth Road and South Street. For more information contact wellingtoncarnival@gmx.com or call 07796933064. Get CarniApp now for free from the App Store or Google Play Store and vote for your favourite . 🏆 ✅ Download the app ✅ Vote for your favourite. 29/09/2018 7.30pm Free with donations welcome
Gemini Paper Collection Ilminster All types of paper and cardboard will be collected fromall streets in the town to help raise money for its carnival entry. Please put your paper and cardboard outside your house by 9am. It would be helpful if cardboard is already flattened. For more information please eamil gemini@talktalk.net. 30/09/2018 From 9am Free
Steam Train Day Yeovil Railway Centre BA22 9UU Steam Train Day using Andrew Barclay 0-4-0 steam engine 'Lord Fisher' to give train rides along the 1/3rd mile of the ex-Great Western Railway Clifton Maybank branch. Passengers travel in historic brake van vehicles or coach. Coach is accessible via ramp for standard size Wheelchair and other users. Trains run every 20 minutes (except for a lunch break) and visitors can enjoy unlimited trips on the day as well as on the Miniature Railway. Other planned attractions include a Shop, Light Refreshments, Model Railway and exhibits and displays (including demonstrations of the turntable). Admission (including Steam Train and Miniature Railway rides £9.00 adult for those UK taxpayers eligible and willing to add a voluntary donation to enable us to claim valuable Gift Aid (your admission is then worth £11.25), otherwise £8 adult, Children £4.50 (Gift Aid) otherwise £4.00 (aged 5-15) whilst children under 5 and members are admitted free. More details will be given on arrival. One Child (aged 5-15) is admitted FREE with a full paying adult. (Gate open at 10.30am and train rides start at 11am. Last admission 3.30pm. Close at 4pm). Regular Train Days are held March to October. Free parking on site (subject to availability) – go to Yeovil Junction station, BA22 9UU and turn right under the low bridge half way up the station approach road – look out for large ‘Yeovil Railway Centre’ sign and arrow! Driver Experience events prior to our Steam Train Days are available by pre-booking. See HERE for full details. Special arrangements can be made for groups of 4 to 8. 30/09/2018 10.30am to 4pm See even details
Somerset Open Studios 15-30 September Somerset Somerset Open Studios 2018 draws Art Weeks back to its roots, focusing on artists in their working environment. Featuring over 300 artists in 192 venues, visitors will be able to see how artists make their work; their process, practice and inspiration. The event aims to support artists who want to work professionally and are looking to promote their creative businesses across a range of disciplines; Books, Ceramics, Drawing, Film, Furniture, Glass, Jewellery, Metalwork, Mixed Media, Painting, Prints, Photography, Pottery, Printmaking, Sculpture, Textiles and Wood. Now the largest event in Somerset for visual artists and makers, Open Studios showcases established names as well as introducing new and emerging artists. Venues welcome visitors of all ages, allowing a rare opportunity to see inside artists’ studios and temporary working spaces and find out first hand about the creative process, along with demonstrations, workshops, talks and visits to educate, inspire and delight. For more informatikon go to https://somersetartworks.org.uk/openstudios2018 or call 01458 253800. 30/09/2018 Daily See event details
Charity Quiz and Raffle Bowling and Tennis Club, Ilminster Charity quiz and raffle in aid of Ilminster Angling Club, Disabled peg at Dillington Pond. £1 per person with teams of 5 maximum. 30/09/2018 7.30pm for 8pm start £1 per person
Ilminster Carnival Quiz Night The Shrubbery Hotel, Ilminster The Rotary Club of Ilminster are holding their Carnival Quiz evening. There will also be a raffle. 03/10/2018 7pm for 7.30pm start £5 for a team of 4
Perception and Deception - challenging the very idea of 'reality' itself The Warehouse Theatre, Ilminster Thursday Group monthly talk to be given by David Cowman. For further information ring Jane Pearce on 01460 259596. 04/10/2018 10.15am Members free and guests £2
Local Author Andrew Powell-Thomas in Conversation with David Glosspo The Warehouse Theatre, Ilminster The Ilminster book shop are excited to be hosting local author Andrew Powell Thomas, in conversation with David Glossop. Andrew has published two history books of great interest to local people, Taunton Stop Line: Somerset's Last Line of Defence, and Somerset's Military History. He is current writing a third book. Andrew has always had an interest in all things historical but it was only after moving to Somerset a little over five years ago that he began writing. Passing a pillbox on the way to work every day was the spark he needed, discovering it was part of the 'Taunton Stop Line' Andrew decided to 'write the book he'd like to read' and 'The West Country's Last Line of Defence: Taunton Stop Line' was publidhed in April 2017.During his research into the Taunton Stop Line it became clear to Andrew that Somerset has a vast range of military history from Iron age hill forts to the Cold War, and so began his next project: 'Somerset's Military Heritage' which was published in April 2018. Tickets from www.thewarehousetheatre.org.uk or from Harrimans Menswear Silver Street. 05/10/2018 7.30pm £8
Michael Petrov on Cello and Alexander Ullman on Piano Ilminster Arts Centre Alexander Ullman studied at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia and the Royal College of Music, London. In October 2017 he won 1st prize at the 11th Liszt International Competition in Utrecht. Michael Petrov studied at the Yehudi Menuhin School and at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama, winning the Gold Medal in 2014 and the Wigmore Hall Prize in 2017. 05/10/2018 7pm for pre-concert supper with concert at 8pm. Concert tickets £15 and Pre-concert supper tickets £15
Ilminster Produce Market Market House, Ilminster The Community Produce Market takes place on the first Saturday of each month. If you are a producer interested in having a stall or involved with a local charity and would like to take part in the monthly market, please contact Emma Jane Taylor on 01460 298090 or email us at enquiries@ilminsterweb.co.uk. 06/10/2018 8.30am to 12.30pm Free
Quiz Night Yeovil Conservative Club, 12 Kingston Street TA20 2QL In aid of Radio Camelot the hospital radio of Yeovil District Hospital. £6 per team of 4 (light refreshments included). For details ring 01935 384499. 06/10/2018 7.30pm for 8pm £6 per team
Ilminster Carnival Ilminster Ilminster Carnival is part of the South Somerset Federation of Carnivals which also consists of Wellington, Chard and Taunton. The streets of Ilminster will be an exciting blaze of colour as the Ilminster Carnival takes place. The procession of illuminated floats is part of an ancient tradition. The floats can be up to 100 feet long and covered in thousands of light bulbs. Many of the larger entries come from Ilminster, including Harlequin, Gemini and One Plus One, reflecting how important carnival still is to the local community. These magnificent entries consisting of Floats, Majorettes, Walkers and Dance Troupes are the result of many months of hard work by the clubs. We hope to raise as much money as possible to go back into the town of Ilminster and to ensure the carnival continues for years to come. For more information go to www.ilminstercarnival.co.uk. We are excited to announce we have been working with i2i Infinity Ltd to include Ilminster Carnival in their wonderful carnival voting app - CarniApp 🥇🥈🥉 You can download CarniApp now for free from the App Store or Google Play Store and vote for your favourite Float, Walking Entry and Spirit of Carnival at this years Ilminster Carnival on Saturday 6th October 🎭 🏆 YOU DECIDE WHO WINS 🏆 ✅ Download the app ✅ Vote for your favourite Voting is also available at Wellington, Chard and Taunton 06/10/2018 7.15pm Free with donations welcome
Home Movies Warehouse Theatre, Ilminster Mudlark poets Chris Fogg and Chris Waters present an evening of poetry, stories and conversation, interspersed with extracts of old black & white films, Pathé Newsreels, home movies and old photographs on the theme of family favourites, packed with memories of early visits to the cinema, in a warm-hearted mixture of wry reminiscence. Buy tickets online at http://www.thewarehousetheatre.org.uk or Harrimans Menswear. 07/10/2018 2.30pm Adults £10 and students £5
'The History and Women of the RNLI' Horton Village Hall The Horton & District WI will have a talk given by Derek Robinson on The History and Women of the RNLI'. Further information is available from: Mrs Louise Burchett (President) 01460 55844 Mrs Ann Welch (Secretary) 01460 53343 10/10/2018 7.30pm Not available
Somerset Waterways and Canals The Warehouse Theatre, Ilminster Thursday Group monthly talk to be given by Peter Stanier. For further information ring Jane Pearce on 01460 259596. 11/10/2018 10.15am Members free and guests £2
Stepping Stones - Bridging the Gap between the Ages Hazelwell Lodge, Ilminster An intergenerational project between the residents of Hazelwell Residential Home and pre-school children and their carers. Involving a mixture of play, music, songs, art and games where everyone is included. Come and join us. If you are interested in being part of this project pre-booking is required or for more information please contact Emma Thompson on 0781420977 or email emmacatsmile@gmail.com or contact Alice Monkton 01460 52760 or email alice@hazelwell.co.uk. 11/10/2018 1.30pm to 2.30pm Free
Open Day Greenfylde C of E School, Ilminster If your are interested in applying to our school for Reception or any other year group please contact the school office to arrange a tour on 01460 52686 or come along to the Open Day. 11/10/2018 9.30am to 11am and 1.45pm to 2.45pm Free
‘Madeira, Isle of Flowers’ Millenium Hall, Seavington Seavington Gardening Club talk: ‘Madeira, Isle of Flowers’ Alan Easton – Flower of the month competition and annual presentation of Irene Williams Memorial Plate. Annual subscription: £8.00 – Visitors £2.00 11/10/2018 7pm Members free and visitors £2
Bingo Night Donyatt Village Hall A Bingo night organised by the Hall Committee in support of the Village Hall Fund 12/10/2018 6.45pm Not available
The City of Steam Band Arts Centre, Ilminster Tickets £15 (£30 including pre-show supper) can be booked on 01460 54973. For more information go to www.themeetinghouse.org.uk. 12/10/2018 8pm See event details
An Evening of Music Village Hall, Barrington The Ilminster Belles Choir presents an evening of music with guests the Barrington Ukulele Strummers and the Shepton Singing Group. Please come along to a great evening of music and singing. Bring your own wine and nibbles and sing along. Would be great to see you there. Tickets available from Angies Tea Room & Store, Shepton Beauchamp or call 07584081544. Tickets can also be purchased on the door. 12/10/2018 7.30pm Adults £5 and children £3
Children's Art Chest with Margaret Micklewright Arts Centre, Ilminster For chilodren aged 8+ inspired by the season and our gallery exhibition, use printing techniques, paint and collage to create pictures with colour and depth. 13/10/2018 10.30 am to 12.30pm £5 per session (materials provided)
Lions Charity Event Market Square, Ilminster Lions will be holding a charity event in the Market Square. We’re looking for any budding musicians who’d like to come along and busk to provide entertainment. If you’d like to come along (or know someone who would like to) please get in touch with the Lions via Facebook or by emailing us Andrew.lawson@ilminsterlionsclub.co.uk 13/10/2018 9am to 12pm Free entry
Zuleika's Pop up Restaurant Parish Hall, North Street, Ilminster Hosted by Lucy Young .No details available. 13/10/2018 7.30pm Not available
Bingo Bonanza Arts Centre, Ilminster Get your friends and neighbours together or let us organise a table for you to enjoy a fun and friendly fundraiser for the Ilminster Arts Centre. Tickets £17 includes 2 course supper and 4 bingo cards. Advance booking essential by calling 01460 54973. 13/10/2018 7.30pm See event details
Fundraising Concert in Aid of Children's Hospice South West Minster Church, Ilminster The Minster Church welcomes back Jemima Farey, the much loved local folk singer-song-writer from the Blackdown Hills. In October 2017 Jemima increased her burgeoning West Country following with her stunning performance in the Minster. She will be delighting this October's audience by performing a further selection of her own wonderful songs, many of which she has recorded. Excellent singers, Jonathan and Maria Farey will be joining Jemima again to sing harmony and steal hearts away with their wonderful combined singing. Providing support to the Fareys will be experienced local singer and choir director David Sutcliffe who will sing solo and duet along with local singer Martin Hudson. Tickets will be available on the door. £10 (No concessions). Interval refreshments will be available for donations. All proceeds from the concert will go to the charity. Reg No 1003314 13/10/2018 7.30pm £10 (no concessions)
In Between (15) The Warehouse Theatre, Ilminster The Cinema at the Warehouse presents In Between (Maysaloun Hamoud, Israel/France 2016, 96 mins). An Israeli-French film about three Palestinian women sharing a flat in Tel Aviv ... "a triptych of sexual and cultural combat that takes us to places that I, for one, knew nothing about." (Wall Street Journal)All films start at 7.45pm - Doors open normally at 7.15pm PLEASE NOTE: Due to the increased popularity of our films and to ensure that members get a seat, guests will only be able to claim their seat after 7.30pm. From 7.30 onwards it is first come, first served. 13/10/2018 7.45pm Members free. Guests of members are welcome but are asked to make a donation to the club's funds.
Chard Carnival Day Chard The day will start with the children's carnival at 12pm with the illuminated procession later at 7.30pm. This year Chard Carnival Committee are asking everyone in the crowd to donate at least £1 to go to chairities and good causes. For more information go to www.chardcarnival.wordpress.com. Get CarniApp now for free from the App Store or Google Play Store and vote for your favourite . 🏆 ✅ Download the app ✅ Vote for your favourite. 13/10/2018 12pm and 7.30pm Free with donations welcome
A History of Desert Island Discs by Ralph Jerram The Guildhall, Chard Chronicling the history from its beginning through to the current day, Desert Island Discs is both enduring and relevant and indeeed, comforting in casting away the biggest names of the day in Science, Business, Polotics, Showbiz, Sport and the Arts. This talk gives a wonderful snapshot of the decades and offers some excellent examples of several names castawy to the desert island. 15/10/2018 2pm Free members and retired vistors
"The Healing Garden and The Wildlife Garden" with Dr Gavin Haig plus the Annual Plant Swap Village Hall, Barrington Barrington & District Gardening Society meetings are held in the Village Hall on the third Tuesday of each month at 7.45 pm (unless otherwise specified) and include a guest speaker and refreshments. This month's guest speaker is Dr Gavin Haig. We welcome new members and visitors who share a passion for gardening. You wil be sure of a warm reception, an interesting talk AND tea/coffee and biscuits. Membership is just £8 per year and guests pay £2 per meeting. For further information please contact Robin Le Clercq on 01460 54691. 16/10/2018 7.45pm Village Hall, Barrington
An Artist in Tropical America The Warehouse Theatre, Ilminster Thursday Group monthly talk to be given by Nigel Hughes. For further information ring Jane Pearce on 01460 259596. 18/10/2018 10.15am Members free and guests £2
The Bad Winter, Dartmoor The Warehouse Theatre, Ilminster Thursday Group monthly talk to be given by James Crowden. For further information ring Jane Pearce on 01460 259596. 18/10/2018 10.15am Members free and guests £2
The Post Horton Village Hall The Horton Film Club is offering a local, affordable and a quality cinema experience for all in our community. Films are shown in Horton Village Hall with doors opening for members at 7:00pm and non members being welcome from 7:15pm. Members pay £24 for 11 films and non members pay £5 per film 18/10/2018 7pm See event details
Kenya's Fabulous Mammals and Birds' Millenium Hall, Seavington TA19 0QH An illustrated talk presented by award winning wildlife photographer Mike Mockler, whose images have been published in books and magazines around the world. A brand new talk which looks at some less well-known parts of this wonderfully varied country. It also offers an insight into the new conservancies around the Masai Mara that provide a quieter alternative from the famous but over-utilised game reserve itself. Plenty of mammals and birds including some very special sightings.To book telephone: 01460 240740 or E-mail: denise.chamings@talktalk.net 18/10/2018 7.30pm Local Group Members £3, Non Members (including national RSPB members) £4 and Under 18's Free.
Marriage by Design The Shrubbery Hotel, Ilminster Are you planning a Wedding? Come and have some fun and invest time in your future partner. Preparing for marriage needs our time and attention, although it's important, it's something that is often easy for couples to forget about. Facilitators Deborah and Michael Perreau. The cost is £25 per person to include refreshments, lunch and all materials. 20/10/2018 09.30am to 4pm £25 per person
The Leisure Seeker Horton Village Hall The Horton Film Club is offering a local, affordable and a quality cinema experience for all in our community. Films are shown in Horton Village Hall with doors opening for members at 7:00pm and non members being welcome from 7:15pm. Members pay £24 for 11 films and non members pay £5 per film 20/10/2018 7pm See event details
A Musical Evening St Mary the Virgin Church, IIsle Abbotts You are invited to a musical evening in Isle Abbotts Church with the Farey Family featuring Jemima (from Flying Folk) and with support from Isle Abbotts Choir. Tickets are £10 and includes a glass of wine and canapes available from Elaine Guest on 01460 281407 or email eguest20@hotmail.co.uk. 20/10/2018 7pm for 7.15pm start £10
Munch Café Church Minster Rooms, Ilminster Every 3rd Sunday join us for a very informal family breakfast, worship, craft and games time in the Minster Rooms from 10am to 11.30am. 21/10/2018 10am to 11.30am Free
A BUNCH OF AMATEURS by Ian Hislop and Nick Newman. Warehouse Theatre, Ilminster Keen to boost his flagging career, fading Hollywood action hero Jefferson Steele arrives in England to play King Lear in Stratford - only to find that this is not the birthplace of the Bard, but a sleepy Suffolk village. And instead of Kenneth Branagh and Dame Judi Dench, the cast are a bunch of amateurs trying to save their theatre from developers. Jefferson’s monstrous ego, vanity and insecurity are tested to the limit by the enthusiastic am-dram thespians. As acting worlds collide and Jefferson’s career implodes, he discovers some truths about himself - along with his inner Lear! For tickets go to Harrimans Menswear, Silver Street or online at www.thewarehousetheatre.org.uk. 24/10/2018 Doors open 6.45pm for 7.30pm start Tickets £10 with students £5
Stepping Stones - Bridging the Gap between the Ages Hazelwell Lodge, Ilminster An intergenerational project between the residents of Hazelwell Residential Home and pre-school children and their carers. Involving a mixture of play, music, songs, art and games where everyone is included. Come and join us. If you are interested in being part of this project pre-booking is required or for more information please contact Emma Thompson on 0781420977 or email emmacatsmile@gmail.com or contact Alice Monkton 01460 52760 or email alice@hazelwell.co.uk. 25/10/2018 1.30pm to 2.30pm Free
A BUNCH OF AMATEURS by Ian Hislop and Nick Newman. Warehouse Theatre, Ilminster Keen to boost his flagging career, fading Hollywood action hero Jefferson Steele arrives in England to play King Lear in Stratford - only to find that this is not the birthplace of the Bard, but a sleepy Suffolk village. And instead of Kenneth Branagh and Dame Judi Dench, the cast are a bunch of amateurs trying to save their theatre from developers. Jefferson’s monstrous ego, vanity and insecurity are tested to the limit by the enthusiastic am-dram thespians. As acting worlds collide and Jefferson’s career implodes, he discovers some truths about himself - along with his inner Lear! For tickets go to Harrimans Menswear, Silver Street or online at www.thewarehousetheatre.org.uk. 25/10/2018 Doors open 6.45pm for 7.30pm start Tickets £10 with students £5
Antiques Call My Bluff The Shrubbery Hotel, Ilminster The Mayor Ilminster, Cllr Julie Fowler invites you to join her for a light hearted and entertaining evening where we ask you to pit your wits and knowledge against the experts from Bearnes, Hampton and Littlewood Auctioneers of Exeter whilst supporting the Mayor's local charity fund. Tickets cost £10 and include a Ploughman's supper. Tickets available from Harrimans, Silver Stret, Ilminster Town Council Offices, North Street or eamil town.council@ilminster.gov.uk. 25/10/2018 7.30pm £10
Better Birding Parish Hall, North Street, Ilminster Somerset Wildlife Trust presentation by Mike Langman who will present a fun evening on how to improve our skills in bird-watching and other wildlife. Tips on identification, estimating numbers in a flock and remembering bird calls. Very interactive presentation. Pencil and notepad will be useful. Sales table. Tea & coffee available. Booking/contact information: Please contact Valerie Godsmark 01460 234551 26/10/2018 7.30pm Adults £2 and non-members £3
A BUNCH OF AMATEURS by Ian Hislop and Nick Newman. Warehouse Theatre, Ilminster Keen to boost his flagging career, fading Hollywood action hero Jefferson Steele arrives in England to play King Lear in Stratford - only to find that this is not the birthplace of the Bard, but a sleepy Suffolk village. And instead of Kenneth Branagh and Dame Judi Dench, the cast are a bunch of amateurs trying to save their theatre from developers. Jefferson’s monstrous ego, vanity and insecurity are tested to the limit by the enthusiastic am-dram thespians. As acting worlds collide and Jefferson’s career implodes, he discovers some truths about himself - along with his inner Lear! For tickets go to Harrimans Menswear, Silver Street or online at www.thewarehousetheatre.org.uk. 26/10/2018 Doors open 6.45pm for 7.30pm start Tickets £10 with students £5
A BUNCH OF AMATEURS by Ian Hislop and Nick Newman. Warehouse Theatre, Ilminster Keen to boost his flagging career, fading Hollywood action hero Jefferson Steele arrives in England to play King Lear in Stratford - only to find that this is not the birthplace of the Bard, but a sleepy Suffolk village. And instead of Kenneth Branagh and Dame Judi Dench, the cast are a bunch of amateurs trying to save their theatre from developers. Jefferson’s monstrous ego, vanity and insecurity are tested to the limit by the enthusiastic am-dram thespians. As acting worlds collide and Jefferson’s career implodes, he discovers some truths about himself - along with his inner Lear! For tickets go to Harrimans Menswear, Silver Street or online at www.thewarehousetheatre.org.uk. 26/10/2018 Doors open 6.45pm for 7.30pm start Tickets £10 with students £5
Better Birding with Mike Langman Parish Hall, North Street, Ilminster Mike Langman will present a fun evening on how to improve our skills in bird-watching and other wildlife. Tips on identifcation, estimating numbers in a flock, remembering bird calls. Very interactive presentation: Pencil and notepad useful. Sales table. Tea and coffee available. Admission £2 adults, £3 non-members; no charge for children. Enquiries 01460 234551. 26/10/2018 7.30pm Adults £2, Non-members £3 and children free
Meat Bingo Ashill Village Hall Ashill Charity Meat Bingo is held in Ashill Village Hall on the last Wednesday of the month. We raise money for charities and present the cheques to them on an annual basis. This year our chosen charities are: SURE, The Children’s Hospice South West, Somerset & Dorset Air Ambulance and St Margaret's Hospice. Our sessions are informal and friendly with good prizes. There is plenty of free car parking. Doors open at 6.30 pm; Eyes down at 7.30 pm. Thanks to everyone who has supported us to date and we look forward to seeing new players, who will be made very welcome. 31/10/2018 Doors open 6.30pm with Eyes down at 7.30pm Not available
Get Out (15) The Warehouse Theatre, Ilminster The Cinema at the Warehouse presents Get Out (Jordan Peele, USA 2017, 103 mins). Rose has invited her boyfriend Chris to meet her parents. Chris is black and a series of increasingly disturbing discoveries on meeting the parents lead him to a truth that he could never have imagined All films start at 7.45pm - Doors open normally at 7.15pm PLEASE NOTE: Due to the increased popularity of our films and to ensure that members get a seat, guests will only be able to claim their seat after 7.30pm. From 7.30 onwards it is first come, first served. 03/11/2018 7.45pm Members free. Guests of members are welcome but are asked to make a donation to the club's funds.
Stepping Stones - Bridging the Gap between the Ages Hazelwell Lodge, Ilminster An intergenerational project between the residents of Hazelwell Residential Home and pre-school children and their carers. Involving a mixture of play, music, songs, art and games where everyone is included. Come and join us. If you are interested in being part of this project pre-booking is required or for more information please contact Emma Thompson on 0781420977 or email emmacatsmile@gmail.com or contact Alice Monkton 01460 52760 or email alice@hazelwell.co.uk. 08/11/2018 1.30pm to 2.30pm Free
‘Berried Treasure’ Millenium Hall, Seavington Seavington Gardening Club 19:00 talk: ‘Berried Treasure’ Jenny Short. Annual subscription: £8.00 – Visitors £2.00 08/11/2018 7pm Members free and visitors £2
Nein! Standing up to Hilter by Paddy Ashdown The Warehouse Theatre, Ilminster Paddy Ashdown will talk about his new book "Nein! Standing up to Hilter 1934-1945". All proceeds to go to the theatre's ongoing expansion appeal. Tickets are available online at thewarehousetheatre.org.uk or from Harrimans Menswear, Silver Street 08/11/2018 Doors open 6.45pm with talk at7.30pm Adults £10 and students £5
Children's Art Chest with Margaret Micklewrigh Arts Centre, Ilminster For chilodren aged 8+ inspired by the season and our gallery exhibition, use printing techniques, paint and collage to create pictures with colour and depth. 10/11/2018 10.30 am to 12.30pm £5 per session (materials provided)
Celebrating Heroes - Afternoon Tea Party Shrubbery Hotel, Ilminster Afternoon Tea Party with Military Wives Choir and Brass Band. Join us in supporting Help for Heroes 100 years on from the end of World War One. Enjoy an afternoon tea with music and entertainment. For bookings/tickets telephone 01460 52108 or from hotel reception. 10/11/2018 4pm to 8pm Adults £10 and unders 16s £5.
The Somerset Poppies The Bishop's Palace, Wells 7,986 poppies, created by over 4,000 children in every school around Wells, will be displayed this November to mark 100 years since the end of World War One. Each poppy will represent a Somerset serviceman lost during the conflict. The display will be free to view, beginning with the ceremonial planting of the final poppy at 11am on 11 November. The poppies will be on public display from 11 to 25 November. After the public display, all poppies will be available to purchase at £5 from www.somersetpoppies.co.uk. Poppies can be pre-ordered. All proceeds will be donated to the Wells branch of The Royal British Legion and SSAFA, the armed forces charity. 11/11/2018 Daily Free
Civice Service and Parade Minster Church, Ilminster Prior to the church service organisations will march from Frog Lane to the Minster. After the service wreaths will be laid at the War Memorial before organisations will march from Silver Street to Greenfylde School by way of Ditton Street, Canal Way and Wharf Lane. The parade will be led by the Stoke sub Hamdon Band. After the parade there will be teas and biscuits in the school hall. 11/11/2018 3pm Free
Barrington National Trust 'Battle's Over' Beacon Barrington Court TA19 0NQ To mark 100 years of remembrance following the end of the First World War, the National Trust will be lighting a beacon in Barrington's parkland as part of the national 'Battle Over' tribute. 11/11/2018 5.30pm to 8pm Not available
Ilminster 'Battle's Over Beacon Market House and the Beacon Residents are invited to assemble in the Market House at 6pm where there will be a WW1 commmemoration display. At 6.30pm residents are invited to proceed up North Street and Old Road to the Beacon where at 7pm the Ilminster Town Council will light the beacon as part of the national Battle's Over tribute. 11/11/2018 6pm to 7.30pm Free
Rhinestones and Sequins: Memoirs of a Competition Ballroom and Latin Dancer' Horton Village Hall The Horton & District WI will have a talk given by Rachael Harding on Rhinestones and Sequins: Memoirs of a Competition Ballroom and Latin Dancer'. Further information is available from: Mrs Louise Burchett (President) 01460 55844 Mrs Ann Welch (Secretary) 01460 53343 14/11/2018 7.30pm Free entry
Carol Concert Minster Church, Ilminster Details to follow 17/11/2018 TBA Free
The Wait The Warehouse Theatre, Ilminster The Cinema at the Warehouse presents The Wait (Piero Messina, Italy/France 2015, 100 mins) All films start at 7.45pm - Doors open normally at 7.15pm PLEASE NOTE: Due to the increased popularity of our films and to ensure that members get a seat, guests will only be able to claim their seat after 7.30pm. From 7.30 onwards it is first come, first served. 17/11/2018 7.45pm Members free. Guests of members are welcome but are asked to make a donation to the club's funds.
South Somerset Choral Society Concert The Church of St Peter and St Paul, South Petherton d'Astorga: Stabat Mater, Vivaldi: Gloria, Allegri: Miserere, and Pergolesi: Magnificat 17/11/2018 TBA TBA
Munch Café Church Minster Rooms, Ilminster Every 3rd Sunday join us for a very informal family breakfast, worship, craft and games time in the Minster Rooms from 10am to 11.30am. 18/11/2018 10am to 11.30am Free
Carol Concert Minster Church, Ilminster Details to follow 18/11/2018 TBA Free
Liberty Asia by Steve Farrar The Guildhall, Chard Details to follow 19/11/2018 2pm Free members and retired vistors
Stepping Stones - Bridging the Gap between the Ages Hazelwell Lodge, Ilminster An intergenerational project between the residents of Hazelwell Residential Home and pre-school children and their carers. Involving a mixture of play, music, songs, art and games where everyone is included. Come and join us. If you are interested in being part of this project pre-booking is required or for more information please contact Emma Thompson on 0781420977 or email emmacatsmile@gmail.com or contact Alice Monkton 01460 52760 or email alice@hazelwell.co.uk. 22/11/2018 1.30pm to 2.30pm Free
The Guernsey Literary and Poato Peel Society (12) Horton Village Hall The Horton Film Club is offering a local, affordable and a quality cinema experience for all in our community. Films are shown in Horton Village Hall with doors opening for members at 7:00pm and non members being welcome from 7:15pm. Members pay £24 for 11 films and non members pay £5 per film 22/11/2018 7pm See event details
Re-wilding: a new approach to Nature Conservation with Stephen Parker Parish Hall, North Street, Ilminster Stephen Parker of Natural England will look at this controversial topic as a new approach to nature conservation. Talk will be illustrated with examples from Briatain and Europe. Includes reintroduction of beavers to wetlands and use of grazing animals such as European bison. Sales table. Tea and coffee available. Admission £2 adults, £3 non-members; no charge for children. Enquiries 01460 234551. 23/11/2018 7.30pm Adults £2, Non-members £3 and children free
Ilminster Victorian Christmas Festival Town Centre, Ilminster The annual Light Switch on and Victorian evening. A night filled with fun, laughter and festive spirit. Various muisc. Late night shopping, Craft Market and Kids rides, food and drink available. 23/11/2018 6pm to 8.30pm Free
Meat Bingo Ashill Village Hall Ashill Charity Meat Bingo is held in Ashill Village Hall on the last Wednesday of the month. We raise money for charities and present the cheques to them on an annual basis. This year our chosen charities are: SURE, The Children’s Hospice South West, Somerset & Dorset Air Ambulance and St Margaret's Hospice. Our sessions are informal and friendly with good prizes. There is plenty of free car parking. Doors open at 6.30 pm; Eyes down at 7.30 pm. Thanks to everyone who has supported us to date and we look forward to seeing new players, who will be made very welcome. 28/11/2018 Doors open 6.30pm with Eyes down at 7.30pm Not available
Quiz Night Yeovil Conservative Club, 12 Kingston Street TA20 2QL In aid of Radio Camelot the hospital radio of Yeovil District Hospital. £6 per team of 4 (light refreshments included). For details ring 01935 384499. 01/12/2018 7.30pm for 8pm £6 per team
Stepping Stones - Bridging the Gap between the Ages Hazelwell Lodge, Ilminster An intergenerational project between the residents of Hazelwell Residential Home and pre-school children and their carers. Involving a mixture of play, music, songs, art and games where everyone is included. Come and join us. If you are interested in being part of this project pre-booking is required or for more information please contact Emma Thompson on 0781420977 or email emmacatsmile@gmail.com or contact Alice Monkton 01460 52760 or email alice@hazelwell.co.uk. 06/12/2018 1.30pm to 2.30pm Free
Aladdin Octagon,Yeovil Come and take a magic carpet ride with Aladdin this Christmas. Don't miss our hilarious, fun-packed family pantomime, Aladdin, starring Lizzie Frances, Thom Ford and a fantastic supporting cast. Once again, the show will be written by Paul Hendy, and produced by the same team behind last year's Box Office smash hit, Cinderella. Aladdin promises to be spectacluar, top-quality entertainment with the emphasis on strong casting, high production values and a genuinely funny script. Book early to avoid disappointment. It is on from 7 December 2018 to 6 January 2019. Box office: 01935 422884 or on-line at octagon-theatre.co.uk. 07/12/2018 Daily Tickets from £14
Children's Art Chest with Margaret Micklewrigh Arts Centre, Ilminster For chilodren aged 8+ inspired by the season and our gallery exhibition, use printing techniques, paint and collage to create pictures with colour and depth. 08/12/2018 10.30 am to 12.30pm £5 per session (materials provided)
Meat Bingo Ashill Village Hall Ashill Charity Meat Bingo is held in Ashill Village Hall on the last Wednesday of the month. We raise money for charities and present the cheques to them on an annual basis. This year our chosen charities are: SURE, The Children’s Hospice South West, Somerset & Dorset Air Ambulance and St Margaret's Hospice. Our sessions are informal and friendly with good prizes. There is plenty of free car parking. Doors open at 6.30 pm; Eyes down at 7.30 pm. Thanks to everyone who has supported us to date and we look forward to seeing new players, who will be made very welcome. 12/12/2018 Doors open 6.30pm with Eyes down at 7.30pm Not available
Aladdin Octagon,Yeovil Come and take a magic carpet ride with Aladdin this Christmas. Don't miss our hilarious, fun-packed family pantomime, Aladdin, starring Lizzie Frances, Thom Ford and a fantastic supporting cast. Once again, the show will be written by Paul Hendy, and produced by the same team behind last year's Box Office smash hit, Cinderella. Aladdin promises to be spectacluar, top-quality entertainment with the emphasis on strong casting, high production values and a genuinely funny script. Book early to avoid disappointment. It is on from 7 December 2018 to 6 January 2019. Box office: 01935 422884 or on-line at octagon-theatre.co.uk. 14/12/2018 Daily Tickets from £14
Munch Café Church Minster Rooms, Ilminster Every 3rd Sunday join us for a very informal family breakfast, worship, craft and games time in the Minster Rooms from 10am to 11.30am. 16/12/2018 10am to 11.30am Free
A Matter of Life and Death (U) The Warehouse Theatre, Ilminster The Cinema at the Warehouse presents A Matter of Life and Death (Michael Powell/Emeric Pressburger, UK 1946, 104 mins). British Air Force pilot (David Niven) is on his way home to England from a bombing mission in his damaged plane. Before he bails out, he contacts a radio operator ... a sublime classic.All films start at 7.45pm - Doors open normally at 7.15pm PLEASE NOTE: Due to the increased popularity of our films and to ensure that members get a seat, guests will only be able to claim their seat after 7.30pm. From 7.30 onwards it is first come, first served. 16/12/2018 7.45pm Members free. Guests of members are welcome but are asked to make a donation to the club's funds.
The Edwardian Christmas by Yvonne Bell. The Guildhall, Chard Details to follow 17/12/2018 2pm Free members and retired vistors
Paddington 2 Horton Village Hall The Horton Film Club is offering a local, affordable and a quality cinema experience for all in our community. Films are shown in Horton Village Hall with doors opening for members at 7:00pm and non members being welcome from 7:15pm. Members pay £24 for 11 films and non members pay £5 per film 20/12/2018 7pm See event details
Aladdin Octagon,Yeovil Come and take a magic carpet ride with Aladdin this Christmas. Don't miss our hilarious, fun-packed family pantomime, Aladdin, starring Lizzie Frances, Thom Ford and a fantastic supporting cast. Once again, the show will be written by Paul Hendy, and produced by the same team behind last year's Box Office smash hit, Cinderella. Aladdin promises to be spectacluar, top-quality entertainment with the emphasis on strong casting, high production values and a genuinely funny script. Book early to avoid disappointment. It is on from 7 December 2018 to 6 January 2019. Box office: 01935 422884 or on-line at octagon-theatre.co.uk. 21/12/2018 Daily Tickets from £14
Aladdin Octagon,Yeovil Come and take a magic carpet ride with Aladdin this Christmas. Don't miss our hilarious, fun-packed family pantomime, Aladdin, starring Lizzie Frances, Thom Ford and a fantastic supporting cast. Once again, the show will be written by Paul Hendy, and produced by the same team behind last year's Box Office smash hit, Cinderella. Aladdin promises to be spectacluar, top-quality entertainment with the emphasis on strong casting, high production values and a genuinely funny script. Book early to avoid disappointment. It is on from 7 December 2018 to 6 January 2019. Box office: 01935 422884 or on-line at octagon-theatre.co.uk. 28/12/2018 Daily Tickets from £14
Lady Bird (15 The Warehouse Theatre, Ilminster The Cinema at the Warehouse presents Lady Bird (Greta Gerwig, USA 2017, 93 mins). A teenager navigates a loving but turbulent relationship with her strong-willed mother during an eventful and poignant senior year of high school. "A coming-of-age story, Lady Bird is smart, emotional and funny." All films start at 7.45pm - Doors open normally at 7.15pm PLEASE NOTE: Due to the increased popularity of our films and to ensure that members get a seat, guests will only be able to claim their seat after 7.30pm. From 7.30 onwards it is first come, first served. 05/01/2019 7.45pm Members free. Guests of members are welcome but are asked to make a donation to the club's funds.
Aladdin Octagon,Yeovil Come and take a magic carpet ride with Aladdin this Christmas. Don't miss our hilarious, fun-packed family pantomime, Aladdin, starring Lizzie Frances, Thom Ford and a fantastic supporting cast. Once again, the show will be written by Paul Hendy, and produced by the same team behind last year's Box Office smash hit, Cinderella. Aladdin promises to be spectacluar, top-quality entertainment with the emphasis on strong casting, high production values and a genuinely funny script. Book early to avoid disappointment. It is on from 7 December 2018 to 6 January 2019. Box office: 01935 422884 or on-line at octagon-theatre.co.uk. 06/01/2019 Daily Tickets from £14
'My Life at Sea' Horton Village Hall The Horton & District WI will have a talk given by Jan McNeill on 'My Life at Sea'. Further information is available from: Mrs Louise Burchett (President) 01460 55844 Mrs Ann Welch (Secretary) 01460 53343 09/01/2019 7.30pm Not available
Frantz (12) The Warehouse Theatre, Ilminster The Cinema at the Warehouse presents Frantz (Francois Ozon, Germany/France 2016, 113 mins). Set in Germany and France in the aftermath of WW1, Frantz recalls the mourning period that follows great national tragedies as seen through the eyes of the war's "lost generation": a bereft young German woman whose fiance, Frantz, was killed. All films start at 7.45pm - Doors open normally at 7.15pm PLEASE NOTE: Due to the increased popularity of our films and to ensure that members get a seat, guests will only be able to claim their seat after 7.30pm. From 7.30 onwards it is first come, first served. 19/01/2019 7.45pm Members free. Guests of members are welcome but are asked to make a donation to the club's funds.
'Costa Rica: The Wildlife Paradise' Horton Village Hall The Horton & District WI will have a talk given by Miss Angela Pitt on 'Costa Rica: The Wildlife Paradise'. Further information is available from: Mrs Louise Burchett (President) 01460 55844 Mrs Ann Welch (Secretary) 01460 53343 13/02/2019 7.30pm Not available
I am not a Witch (12A) The Warehouse Theatre, Ilminster The Cinema at the Warehouse presents I am not a Witch (Rungano Nyoni, UK/Zambia 2017, 93 mins). After an 8 year old Zambian girl is accused of being a witch, she is sent to a camp in the desert. "A clever, funny and provocative film, which will linger with you long after its credits. Comic, tragic - and captivatingly beautiful." All films start at 7.45pm - Doors open normally at 7.15pm PLEASE NOTE: Due to the increased popularity of our films and to ensure that members get a seat, guests will only be able to claim their seat after 7.30pm. From 7.30 onwards it is first come, first served. 16/02/2019 7.45pm Members free. Guests of members are welcome but are asked to make a donation to the club's funds.
A Quiet Place (15) The Warehouse Theatre, Ilminster The Cinema at the Warehouse presents A Quiet Place (John Krasinski, USA 2018, 90 mins). An edge of seat, post-apocalyptic thriller. A family must avoid making a noise. This gripping, clever movie is one of those rare treats that seizes on a simple idea and executes it perfectly. All films start at 7.45pm - Doors open normally at 7.15pm PLEASE NOTE: Due to the increased popularity of our films and to ensure that members get a seat, guests will only be able to claim their seat after 7.30pm. From 7.30 onwards it is first come, first served. 02/03/2019 7.45pm Members free. Guests of members are welcome but are asked to make a donation to the club's funds.
'Not all Feathers and Fans' Horton Village Hall The Horton & District WI will have a talk given by Leela Bunce entitled 'Not all Feathers and Fans'. Further information is available from: Mrs Louise Burchett (President) 01460 55844 Mrs Ann Welch (Secretary) 01460 53343 13/03/2019 7.30pm Not availablerice
Phantom Thread (15) The Warehouse Theatre, Ilminster The Cinema at the Warehouse presents Phantom Thread (Paul Thomas Anderson, USA 2017, 130 mins). Set in the glamour of 1950's post-war London, renowned dressmaker Reynolds Woodcock and his sister are at the centre of fashion, dressing royalty, movie stars and heiresses. "A wondrously bizarre final performance from Daniel Day-Lewis."All films start at 7.45pm - Doors open normally at 7.15pm PLEASE NOTE: Due to the increased popularity of our films and to ensure that members get a seat, guests will only be able to claim their seat after 7.30pm. From 7.30 onwards it is first come, first served. 23/03/2019 7.45pm Members free. Guests of members are welcome but are asked to make a donation to the club's funds.
Loveless (15) The Warehouse Theatre, Ilminster The Cinema at the Warehouse presents Loveless (Andrey Zvyagintsev, Russia 2017, 127 mins) An estranged couple are necessarily brought together when their 12 year-old son disappears. "It has a hypnotic intensity and unbearable ambiguity which is maintained until the very end." (Guardian) All films start at 7.45pm - Doors open normally at 7.15pm PLEASE NOTE: Due to the increased popularity of our films and to ensure that members get a seat, guests will only be able to claim their seat after 7.30pm. From 7.30 onwards it is first come, first served. 06/04/2019 7.45pm Members free. Guests of members are welcome but are asked to make a donation to the club's funds.
'Magical Glass' Horton Village Hall Horton & District WI will have a talk by Margaret Harper entitled 'Magical Glass'. Further information is available from: Mrs Louise Burchett (President) 01460 55844 Mrs Ann Welch (Secretary) 01460 53343 10/04/2019 7.30pm Not available
Members' Choice Film The Warehouse Theatre, Ilminster The Cinema at the Warehouse presents members' choice the final film of the season followed by the AGM. All films start at 7.45pm - Doors open normally at 7.15pm PLEASE NOTE: Due to the increased popularity of our films and to ensure that members get a seat, guests will only be able to claim their seat after 7.30pm. From 7.30 onwards it is first come, first served. 04/05/2019 7.45pm Members free. Guests of members are welcome but are asked to make a donation to the club's funds.
Lip Reading Lessons Ile Youth Club, Ilminster Deafplus will be holding lip reading practice lessons every Wednesday from 5 September 2018 to 19 May 2019. Join any time. Friends and family with no hearing loss welcome. Pop in or contact linda.horner@deafplus.org or text 07890557313 or call 01823 412415. 22/05/2019 10am to 12pm £3 per session and £1 per session for refreshments
'My Archery Experiences at International and Olympian Levels' Horton Village Hall Horton & District WI will have a talk given by Rachel Fenwick on 'My Archery Experiences at International and Olympian Levels'. Further information is available from: Mrs Louise Burchett (President) 01460 55844 Mrs Ann Welch (Secretary) 01460 53343 12/06/2019 7.30pm Not available