CUBA DRIVE headlines The Culture Train tour at St Augustine’s Church, Hedon on Sat 15 June 2019. Free gig with four acoustic bands playing – fundraising refreshments for the church. Doors open 7pm.
Charity Quiz Night, The Constable Arms, Sproatley. Monday 13 May 2019. Organised by the Hull City Official Supporters Club (OSC) in aid of The Daniel Wilkinson Foundation. Starts 8:30pm. Please arrive no later than 8.15pm for a 8.30pm prompt start.
MOSKITO are coming…. A date for your diary in the local area – Saturday 15 June 2019 at 7:30pm… Eastside, Hedon Road.
BILTON SINGERS will be performing their summer concert, ‘Hello Summer!’ on Tuesday 21 May 2019 starting at 7:30pm. Tickets £4.
“The Old Man and The Gun” – a Preston Film Night on Friday 26th April 2019 at 7.15pm (doors open 6.45pm).
“Seeds of Doubt” is a comedy written in 1991 and is set in a suburban garden, which has provided a challenge for the Bilton Amateur Dramatic Society (BADS) set-building team. The play takes place from Wednesday 3 April – Friday 5 April 2019 at the Bilton Theatre, Main […]
FASHION SHOW at HAVEN ARMS, HEDON on THURSDAY 11 APRIL 2019. DOORS OPEN 7pm (for prompt 7:30pm start). Raising money for Hedon Rangers under 10’s tournament funds. £5 and £1 for children. Tickets cheaper if bought in advance. £6 and £1 on the night.
The next big film night at Preston Community Hall is “Mama Mia 2“. Screens Friday 29th March 2019. Admission £4.
Country & Western night at the Preston Community Hall on Friday 1st March 2019. Featuring ALF BERRY…
Charity Quiz Night, The Constable Arms, Sproatley. Monday 14 January 2019. Organised by the Hull City Official Supporters Club (OSC) in aid of The Daniel Wilkinson Foundation. Starts 8:30pm. Please arrive no later than 8.15pm for a 8.30pm prompt start.
“The Children Act” – on the big screen at Preston Community Hall. Showing on Friday 22nd February 19 at Preston Community Hall at 7.15pm. Doors open 6.45pm.
“My Brilliant Divorce” by Geraldine Aron at Paull Village Hall on Saturday 26 January 2018. In this brilliantly observed one-woman play, middle-aged Angela attempts to find a new life when husband Max leaves for a younger woman. Using a wonderful mixture of comedy and pathos, she recounts her journey back to happiness.