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Thursday, 4th April at 7.30pm

(doors open 7.10pm)

in Charlwood Parish Hall

Running time 75 mins. No interval.

NO BAR

Please bring your own drinks and glasses.  Performance in the round, cabaret seating style with small tables.

Tickets £10 (£6, 18yrs and under) - 

from the village café at 52 The Street

or from Patrick Cox, email: 

pccox1@outlook.com      tel: 01293 862224

 

If you wish to stay at the end of the performance there will be a short informal get together in the form of tea and traditional Scandinavian cake.  This will be an opportunity for the audience to interact with the actor and each other to discuss their feelings and responses to the performance.

‘Will Eno, the celebrated American playwright, has written a haunting, funny, quietly moving examination of what it is to search for ‘home’, that singular place in the world where we can feel complete.  A slightly foreign man gathers us together to sort through his surprising experience of that search and shares his story, comparing the odd traditions in his country of birth with the realities of life here.’

 

“Full of humour and rapture this show will leave you happily word drunk!”  New York Times

A Farnham Maltings production, New theatre made especially for village halls        www.farnhammaltings.com

You are invited to attend the 

Re-Opening of Providence Chapel 

on Saturday 6 April 2019 – noon to 4pm

The 2/95th Re-enactors will mount guard
 and put on a Napoleonic military display

Viewing of the Chapel and
the heritage exhibition featuring
the history of Charlwood, the
barracks and the Chapel.

Parking in school, overflow in
the field opposite the chapel

Chapel Road, Charlwood, surrey RH6 0DA

Providence Chapel aka Napoleonic Barracks gets Lottery Go-ahead

Now, thanks to National Lottery players, it is to be repaired and restored....  MORE

Providence Chapel... what the papers say!

The Napoleonic musical review

The show was a great success, well done to all who took part! Here are some pictures from the fundraising event...

Historic Chapel aka Napoleonic Barracks wins Lottery Fund Grant  MORE

Join members of the CS History Group for a guided tour of Ifield Watermill on Saturday 5 September starting at the Mill at 2.30pm. 

We need your help and support... join us today!
Charlwood Society stand at Charlwood Fete. New members welcome. Contact jodiecharlwood@gmail.com
Bluebell Walk - Sunday 26 April
 
The annual Charlwood Society Bluebell walk, led by John Shelley, started from the Church end of Glovers Road at 11.15am.  Tea and biscuits were enjoyed by all en route.

We were treated to the best bluebells display in the area and everyone was welcomed, including dogs of course.

Charlwood Society Photographic Competition Calendar 2015...

Overall Winner:  Aerial View by Neil Songhurst


See all the winners of our recent very successful Photographic Competition HERE

We have nearly sold out of the Charlwood Society  Calendar 2015...

Call Sandy on 01293 862031 to place an order
The Charlwood Society Annual General Meeting

The AGM of the Charlwood Society will take place on Monday 19th November 2015 in Charlwood Parish Hall,
7 for 7.30pm.