“We’ll sing it where the road goes round the corner to remember that the magic of the music’s in the note that lingers on.”
These are the words from one of Colum’s songs which beautifully express the enduring talent of this memorable musician and storyteller, who draws on a long Irish tradition of poetic musicality to weave songs for the world. Colum is in concert on Saturday 30th September 2017. As he performs all over the world – at the latest count over 30 countries – we will be able to appreciate at first hand the songs and stories in which he observes the minute and often humorous details of life.
“An unforgettable, wonderful performer. I’ve just seen him play to 2,500 people in the Australian National Folk Festival’s biggest venue and make everyone feel as if they were sitting in his lounge room. He’s warm, witty, moving and funny.” Steve Barnes, Director Fairbridge Folk Festival.
“Colum’s gift is of breaking down cultural barriers through choice words and eloquent music.” John O’Regan, Rock ‘n’ Reel.
Saturday 30th September at 7.30pm. Doors open 6.45pm. Tickets: £15 available on 01629 636 477, email firstname.lastname@example.org or from Youlgrave Village Shop and The Bakewell Bookshop.
This is a fund raising event for children’s art and music projects in Bankside Wildlife Garden and Youlgrave primary school.
Learn to dance Salsa, whilst having fun, whether you’re an absolute beginner or a seasoned Salsero. No need to bring a partner, we will even the numbers out.
We’ve got an experienced teacher, all the music you need and the village hall booked on a Thursday evening at 7:30pm
Classes cost £3.50 a week or £18 for 6 classes if paid in advance.
Just turn up and enjoy the fun!
Tickets are selling quickly. Both matinee performances are nearly full – please ‘phone before booking online so we can be sure we can fit you in. We still have tickets for most evening performances which will be finished around 9:30pm, in time for bed, last orders or to get to your own ball!
It will soon be time to be charmed by the classic rags to riches fairy tale of downtrodden Cinders, forced to serve her jealous step sisters and wicked stepmother. She’s off to the ball, so why don’t you come too?!
With best buddy Buttons and a magical Fairy Godmother on hand, Cinderella’s certain to escape the misery of her dastardly sisters and find true love in the arms of a charming prince. But the course of true love never did run smooth…in fact things may be a little rocky and raucous before romancing reigns supreme!
This show will be packed with every ingredient for the perfect traditional family pantomime. Expect larger-than-life characters, loads of laughs,a big dose of slapstick, modern music, beautiful costumes, stunning dance moves, and of course…… plenty of heroes to cheer and baddies to boo!
What can a Carpenter, a Jeweller, a Wig Maker, a Linen Weaver and a Priest possibly have in common?
International storytelling company Tales From The Heartwood present the “The Five Travellers”, a delightful performance of interwoven stories, with an unexpected twist at the end.
This enchanting evening of storytelling is for all the family (Children 7+) and will be at Youlgrave Village Hall on Saturday 25th June 2016 at 7:30pm. Patrons are welcome to bring their own drinks and light snacks to this event.
Tickets are just £3 and can be purchased by calling 01629 828 215 or book online now using the ‘add to cart’ button on this page.
Our AGM is on 17th June 2016 at 19:00 in the Social Room.
The meeting will include the annual report of the Trustees and the election of the Management Council for 2016/17. Find out more >>>
Gardeners and Allotments Forum Youlgrave Village Hall Community Room Saturday 21st May 9am-12.30pm. Entry is free.
A time for sharing surplus and experience.
Surplus Plants and Seedlings Sale.
‘Tis the season for division and sowing, so help fund your summer garden by selling off your spring surplus. Bring well-labelled, reasonably priced plants early please.
There will be a Notice Board for everyone to use to display coming events, questions ads. and offers.
Have a coffee and chat with other gardeners about local conditions, problems etc. Bring along magazines and information to share and swap
This is the second Forum Saturday designed to share garden wisdom and to sell seedlings and produce. Please let me know if you would like to be involved : by serving coffee, by looking after the plant stall, developing a web forum, inviting speakers etc.
Ideas welcome – contact Jeni Edwards on 636550.
Every Tuesday, 1:30pm – 2:30pm, Youlgrave Village Hall
Zumba is a hypnotic fusion of Latin rhythms and easy-to-follow dance moves creating a one-of-a-kind fitness program that will blow you away. You don’t need to know any dance moves, David will take you through each of the simple steps.
£3.50 per session or £18 for 6 sessions
Just turn up and join the fun!
Any profits will be donated to Youlgrave Village Hall.
The High Tor Players next production is the comedy ‘Table Manners’ by the popular playwright Alan Ayckbourn. The play is due for performances at Youlgrave on Thursday 7th April, at 7.30 pm.
Table Manners is part of the trilogy of the Norman Conquests which originally had an extended and highly successful run on the London stage starring Tom Conti, Felicity Kendal, Michael Gambon and Penelope Keith. ‘Under the experienced direction of High Tor’s director Liz McKenzie we are assured of a polished and entertaining evening’ said Chair Jane Small.
Tickets are available now – please contact 01629 733407 or email@example.com
A fun afternoon of live music with songs from musical theatre, film theme tunes, music from around the world, and even a bit of classical music thrown in!
Sunday 18th October 2015 at 2:30pm. Tickets only £5 by calling 01629 828 215 or at yvh.org.uk/boxoffice
This all-squeezing, cake-loving, tea-drinking band of lovely talented ladies has enthralled audiences across the country, in village halls, ballrooms, festivals, fetes, parties, piers and pavilions. With the unexpected sounds of multiple accordions played with sensitivity, versatility and a unique style of charming idiosyncrasy, many an accordion-phobe has been made to think twice!
Find out more…..and watch them in action
We are making some changes to the Committee Room at the Village Hall this Autumn;
- Adding a hot water boiler and sink, so you can make your own refreshments
- Access to Free Wifi
- New LED lights to make it nice and bright
- Giving it a fresh coat of paint to cheer it up
- And renaming it the Community Room!
We want to support the development of community clubs, hobby groups and societies, so we are announcing these special prices for the community room, for self-managed voluntary groups, organised within and open to our community to join but not commercial or publicly funded. There is a minimum hire period of 3 hours.
To book this or any other of our facilities at the hall call 01629 828 215, email us firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our booking page