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Tuesday 8th October 2019

Qigong classes : 10am

Qigong is moving meditation, the integration of breathing practice with mindful movement to allow your body to relax and your mind to settle, through a series of gentle exercises. Qigong is also effective for your physical health, improving flexibility, balance and core strength. Classes with Sally are inclusive, supportive and relaxed. They are suitable for all ages, fitness levels and abilities.

Your first class is only £5, then £10 drop-in after that or £32 for a 4 class block.

No need to book but if you want to contact me email on shiatsusally@gmail.com

The autumn term will run from Monday 9th September to Tuesday 17th December (inclusive)
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Friday 11th October 2019

SCJC JAZZ JAM : 8pm

From 8pm once a month (every second Friday)

Free entry, donations welcome, bar open, PA provided
Bringing the benefit of jazz as an art form to the local community and to multiple levels of ability. All instruments/vocalists will be made welcome. If you can play the blues and want to have a crack at jazz – this is for you! If you want to come and just listen that is fine too. Jazz Jam Sessions are led by John Cook, Shairon Lloyd, Peter Neale and JJ Shaw.
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Saturday 12th October 2019

Poetry 2 Please : 2-4pm

Come and share your favourite poems.
Bring 2 or 3 with you and any you have written.
Read them and tell us what they mean to you.

Location - Under the Edge Arts - UAFanthorpe Room and Courtyard Garden

Meet monthly
Every 2nd Saturday - ages - over 16

Cost £4 per session, £4 to join. Refreshments provided.
Please come and join us
Contact vivdunham@btinternet.com

Quotes
‘Poetry is from the heart !’ - school pupil age 13
‘Poetry sales are booming - This last year marked the best sales on record for poetry books in both volume and value, driven by a new appetite for the work of living poets with strong online followings, a surge in demand for children’s poetry, and a burgeoning live events and festival scene.’
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ALAN BURKE : 8pm

Alan Burke is widely regarded as one of the finest ballad singers of his genera-tion and possesses an almost inexhaustible repertoire of traditional, contemporary and self-penned songs in both the English and Irish languages. Accompanied by his unique driving guitar style, Alan’s powerful presence and technique have featured on two highly acclaimed solo albums, On The Other Hand (1998) and Tip Of The Tongue (2000) alongside numerous recordings and collaborations with a number of bands and projects that have formed the core of a great life in music. A commanding stage presence, with a voice that is powerful, sensitive and crystal clear, Alan’s gigs are always truly memorable.


He began his musical career as a drummer, before making his name in traditional music circles in the 1980's and 90's as lead singer, guitarist, and bodhrán player with the tremendous band Afterhours, with whom he made three albums - Afterhours, Hung Up And Dry, and Up To Here– and toured extensively worldwide. Since then Alan has appeared as a member of a number of bands including At First Light, Airla, Tulsk and Rambling Boys of Pleasure.
Alan has been heavily involved in collaborative projects, and was the cornerstone of the four acclaimed annual Irish Sea Sessions concerts, tours and albums produced in Liverpool, Ireland and London. The Sea Sessions saw him combine with Declan O’Rourke, Damien Dempsey, Pauline Scanlon, Emily Portman and many more. In addition, Alan has worked both as a record producer and as an actor, including the play ‘This Is What We Sang’ that won Production of the Year at the First Irish Theatre Festival in New York 2010. He has also presented TV programmes in the Irish language for the BBC and TG4.


Burke's strengths are his voice, a sweet mellifluous instrument, judiciously used and an understanding of his material. Alan Burke's rites of passage from band leader to first rate solo artist are complete. 'On The Other Hand' proves that. - Rock 'n Reel
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Sunday 13th October 2019

IRISH SET DANCING – Workshop and Ceili : 11:30m -5pm

Set dance workshop (Sharon Carr) from 11.30am - 1pm, £3
Set dance ceili with The Perfect Cure Ceili Band, from 2 - 5pm, £4
Or £6 for the whole day.

Bring cakes to share at teatime. No partner needed, suitable for beginners and more experienced dancers.

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