Beer Festival 2019 - 13/14th September 2019

We're a beer festival first and foremost, but we love more than just the hoppy stuff!

 

We'll have cider, wine, gin, procescco, tea, coffee, and soft drinks pouring all weekend; we'll literally have something for everyone!

 

Get your cheap advance tickets now at The Post Office and Bert's Barrow

Monet Magic - 21st September 2019

14.30 - 16.30 Saturday 21st September.

Please contact Phillip Potter, details on poster.

£20 includes all material and tuition

Village Fireworks - 26th October 2019

Join us from 5.30pm to 10pm at the Community Centre

 

Fireworks, BBQ, Beer & Fizz, Kids Disco, Tombola and More!

 

Entrance fee: Adults £4 Children £2

 

https://www.facebook.com/MonkFrystonandHillamBonfire/

Landmarks - An Other Lives Production - 31st October

It is 1935. In the countryside the tractor is taking over from the horse. The balance of nature is being upset. A stranger appears. A ghost? An angel? Or… a Boggart? Whoever he is, don’t put him in the village stocks.

 

Nicke Darke was a Cornishman who cared passionately about the environment. He was also a lobster fisherman, broadcaster, film-maker and chairman of his local parish council. His plays are often set in the past but project themes which are relevant today. As well as on radio and television, his work has been performed by Bristol Old Vic, the Royal Court, National Theatre and the Royal Shakespeare Company. Despite his distinguished career he claimed that his greatest achievement, along with his wife Jane – who has given her full support to this production – was in persuading North Cornwall Council not mechanically to rake the beaches and thus avoid damaging the natural eco-structure.

 

Richard Avery, who directs, worked with Nick Darke and was in the cast of Landmarks when it was staged at the Chester Gateway Theatre in 1979.

 

The show will run for something inside two hours including an interval

 

For reservations ring 01977 682334

Monk Fryston Beer Festival 2014