Upcoming Events

Box Tale Soup ‘The Wind in the Willows’

Thursday 28 December

Robertsbridge Village Hall

Show time 5:00

Doors open and bar available from 4:30

 

“Believe me, my young friend, there is nothing – absolutely nothing – half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats.”

From the peaceful pleasures of Ratty’s beloved River Bank, to the fearful frights and wicked weasels of the Wild Wood, join Ratty and Mole on their marvellous adventures, along with gruff old Badger and magnificent Mr. Toad.

A beautiful new adaptation of Kenneth Grahame’s much loved classic, The Wind in the Willows features unique handmade fabric puppets and a charming original score.

Tickets: £9, £6 U16s, with a £1 discount for our RAP members

Tickets can be purchased at Judges Bakery Robertsbridge or via this website.

 

http://www.boxtalesoup.co.uk/Willows.html

 


The Big Arts Quiz

Saturday 3 February 2018

Robertsbridge Village Hall
7:00 doors and bar open
7:30 quiz begins

 

Prizes to be won

Positively no sports questions!

Create your own team of 6 – 8 or come on night and join one.

Tickets £8

Tickets can be purchased at Judges Bakery Robertsbridge or via this website.

 

 

 

 


Lee Miller’s The Angel and the Fiend

21 April 2018

Robertsbridge Village Hall

7:00 doors and bar open
7:30 show begins

 

“I was terribly, terribly pretty.

I looked like an angel but I was a fiend inside.”

 

Lee Miller (1907-1977) American model, photographer and acclaimed war correspondent for Vogue. Under her brave and beautiful exterior there lay a hidden torment.

This award-winning drama has been performed widely in Britain and the US. It is a dramatised reading of words taken from original text or dialogue by the characters and set to images edited and written by Lee Miller’s son Antony Penrose.

Antony Penrose appears as himself, Lee Miller is played by her granddaughter Ami Bouhassane. The role of the Surrealist photographer Man Ray is played by James Leighton. Miller’s wartime buddy David E. Scherman is played by Jonathan Bailey and her husband Roland Penrose by David Burrough, who also directs the production. 2 hours with interval.

Tickets: £10, with a £1 discount for our RAP members

Tickets can be purchased at Judges Bakery Robertsbridge or via this website.