By Tandy, Emma and Jo.
Ben Frazer demonstrating some of the intricate skills needed to produce characters from modelling paste this evening. It’s much harder than it looks, at least for some of us! Link to utube video and full notes to follow in the next few days.
- Last chance to bring in unwanted bras and new pants for our Smalls for Africa appeal.
- Buy your tickets for Canary Girls by the Mikron Theatre on 10 June.
- £3 for materials to take part in sugarcraft workshop with Ben Frazer tonight
- Book your place on the Cocktails Evening in May
Bake and Make, Literary Lunch and Henley Heritage – Download for full details of 3 new events and details on how to book: Forthcoming Events at Denmann – late spring 2016
All the latest news on what’s happening or being planned nationally: NFWI news – May (pdf)
Plus, new mums may be able to help with this request:
Help with NFWI’s ‘More Midwives’ campaign – NFWI have partnered with the
Tickets are selling out fast so get yours now to see a performance of “Canary Girls”, a play written by Mikron Theatre. Mikron Theatre wrote, produced and performed the specially written “Raising Agents” show last year in honour of our centenary celebrations. Family and friends very welcome.
Full details are on the attached flyer. Canary Girls Poster If you are interested, please let us know how many tickets you would like by 15th May 2016: ticket requests to email@example.com (not the usual MHWI email!)
Friday 10th June at 7.30pm. Harborough Evangelical Church, 121 Bath Street, Market Harborough, LE16 9JL
Tickets are £12 full price, £10 concessions (student/retired/unemployed). Hot Drinks and Cakes will be on sale.
Just to tempt you even further, here is a little more on the storyline:
Sisters Rose and Lizzie work as maids, a world of deference, bed-making and poor pay. When war breaks, adventure-seeking Rose becomes a shell worker, persuading her procedure loving sister Lizzie, to follow her to a world offering more money, exciting work and union activity. It seems like a new start.
But as the sisters discover the dangers of shell work, they realise their dreams are pulling in opposite directions.
As old and new worlds collide on the factory floor, each sister must ultimately decide, which takes more courage – following your dreams, or giving them up for the ones you love?
Funny, heartfelt and tender. Mikron presents a tale of two sisters well and truly at war.