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Jan
17
Fri
Sinodun Players present Robin Hood and the Babes in the Wood @ Corn Exchange, Wallingford
Jan 17 – Feb 1 all-day

It will soon be Pantomime season in Wallingford and production is underway!

Sinodun Players present Robin Hood and the Babes in the Wood – a rollicking good tale of derring-do in the Forest of Sherwood.

A much loved English legend, combined with traditional pantomime fun, as Robin and his trusted band of Merry Men try to outfox the baddy we love to hate!

Can Robin thwart the plans of the wicked Sheriff of Nottingham? Of course he can. But you’ll have to come along to see how Maid Marian and the Babes are saved.

When: January 17th to February 1st 2020

Where: Corn Exchange, Wallingford

Tickets: on sale in December from Corn Exchange box office 01491 825000

Or online at http://www.cornexchange.org.uk

Feb
13
Thu
Wallingford Gardening Club February Meeting @ Ridgeway Community Centre, Wood Street, Wallingford OX10 0BD
Feb 13 @ 7:30 pm
Wallingford Gardening Club February Meeting @ Ridgeway Community Centre, Wood Street, Wallingford OX10 0BD

The Wallingford Garden Club Annual General Meeting, will be held on Thursday 13th February at 7:30pm, when we will look at our new constitution.

In addition, there will be a showing of “The Good, The Bad and The Just Plain Ugly” a gallery of members gardening experiences of 2019.

The meeting venue is Ridgeway Community Church, Old Buildings off Wood Street OX10 0EW.

Annual membership renewal is due this month at £12 for the year.

Visitors are most welcome; admission is just £3.00.

(For further information email: gardenswallingford@gmail.com or visit www.wallingford-gardening-club.com )

Apr
1
Wed
Corn Exchange: A Daughter’s A Daughter @ Corn Exchange, Wallingford
Apr 1 @ 7:00 pm

Sinodun Players present Agatha Christie’s intense family drama, written in 1956.

It’s Agatha Christie, but not as you know her. A Daughter’s A Daughter was published by Christie under the name Mary Westmacott.

Set between 1945 and 1949, Ann Prentice, a widow on the cusp of remarriage, has to choose between her only daughter and the man she loves.

What follows is a remarkable exploration of the aftermath of sacrifice, as love turns to hatred and mother and daughter struggle to understand what has happened to them.

Apr
2
Thu
Corn Exchange: A Daughter’s A Daughter @ Corn Exchange, Wallingford
Apr 2 @ 7:00 pm

Sinodun Players present Agatha Christie’s intense family drama, written in 1956.

It’s Agatha Christie, but not as you know her. A Daughter’s A Daughter was published by Christie under the name Mary Westmacott.

Set between 1945 and 1949, Ann Prentice, a widow on the cusp of remarriage, has to choose between her only daughter and the man she loves.

What follows is a remarkable exploration of the aftermath of sacrifice, as love turns to hatred and mother and daughter struggle to understand what has happened to them.

Apr
3
Fri
Corn Exchange: A Daughter’s A Daughter @ Corn Exchange, Wallingford
Apr 3 @ 7:00 pm

Sinodun Players present Agatha Christie’s intense family drama, written in 1956.

It’s Agatha Christie, but not as you know her. A Daughter’s A Daughter was published by Christie under the name Mary Westmacott.

Set between 1945 and 1949, Ann Prentice, a widow on the cusp of remarriage, has to choose between her only daughter and the man she loves.

What follows is a remarkable exploration of the aftermath of sacrifice, as love turns to hatred and mother and daughter struggle to understand what has happened to them.

Apr
4
Sat
Corn Exchange: A Daughter’s A Daughter @ Corn Exchange, Wallingford
Apr 4 @ 7:00 pm

Sinodun Players present Agatha Christie’s intense family drama, written in 1956.

It’s Agatha Christie, but not as you know her. A Daughter’s A Daughter was published by Christie under the name Mary Westmacott.

Set between 1945 and 1949, Ann Prentice, a widow on the cusp of remarriage, has to choose between her only daughter and the man she loves.

What follows is a remarkable exploration of the aftermath of sacrifice, as love turns to hatred and mother and daughter struggle to understand what has happened to them.

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