Can you spare a few hours to help with this years Christmas Morning Charity Drop off?
3 ways you can help...
1. We need help putting posters into local shops.
2. Can you spare a few hours on Christmas morning helping receive and sort the donations? 3. We need some card drivers to help deliver the donations to the Brighton based charities during the 2 weeks after Christmas.
This is a fun, spooky, small-cast adaptation of Dickens' classic text, adapted for the stage and directed by Margot Jobbins.
This is Margot's fourth year of bringing theatre to the Rottingdean area, previously as co-founder of and performer in the Mixed Doubles programme, and now under her new company, FourTails Theatre Company.
'A Christmas Carol' features Aurea Williamson, Chris Gates, Gordon Foggo, Sascha Cooper and Richards Evans-Thomas.
Seats are limited, especially at The Coach House, so do book early to avoid disappointment! Please note that the play features original Dickens language, and spooky ghosts, and therefore might not suitable for children under the age of 8.
The performance is approximately 1 hour long, with a 15 minute interval.
After the success of last year's Christmas day drop off we're doing it again this Christmas Morning.
Last year on Christmas morning we collected donations for first base homeless centre Brighton and Whitehawk food bank. This year we have asked 3 more charities from Brighton for the items they would like donated so your donations will go directly to these 5 charities to help the homeless and hungry this Christmas.
Charities WE ARE DONATING TO...
1. Whitehawk FOod bank - FOod and toiletry 2. Firstbase Homeless Shelter - WARM CLOTHES 3. YMCA Brighton - CLOTHING & KITCHEN UTENSILS 4. SuSSEX HOMELESS SUPPORT - WARM CLOTHES 5. PROJECT ANTIFREEZE - CLOTHES FOR UNDER 24 YEAR OLDS
THIS YEARS CHARITY WISH LIST
Below are the items the charities would like donated to help their efforts in supporting the homeless and hungry...
Event Christmas 2010 Charity drop off
When 8am to 12pm Christmas day morning
Address Saltdean Community Hall The Oval Park, Saltdean Park Road, Saltdean, Brighton BN2 8SP
How you can help...
1. Come to Saltdean Lido and donate as many of the items as possible from the wish lists.
2. Help promote the event by printing and putting up posters...
Please click the poster link below, print the PDF, and put it up in as many windows as you can to promote the Christmas morning charity drop off.
Come along to the Christmas 2019 Rotttingdean Christmas Artisan Markets on Saturday the 7th and Sunday 8th of December. There will befantastic stalls selling a diverse range of gifts and local produce from handmade cheese boards to chutney to delicious food, craft beers and wine, everyone is welcome to enjoy the festive spirit!
Rottingdean Artisan Markets
Saturday 7th December 2pm-6pm and Sunday 8th December 12pm-4pm Admission £1 for adults
With the growing community events at St Nicholas Church & Hall you will be sure of a warm community welcome at our traditional Christmas Fayre!
Whether you join us for our regular Coffee Meetings or Community Breakfasts, to name just two, you will be delighted to hear that our Traditional Christmas Fayre will be 'happening' again this year on Saturday 23rd November from 10.00am - 3.00pm.
Many regular faces and traditional fayre will be available, whether you choose your St Nicholas Kitchen favourites, handmade Christmas crafts, Cakes, Fun & Games, 'Shows on the Stage' by local clubs and so much more. Come along and join the fun, a very seasonal welcome for everyone!
SALTDEAN TRADITIONAL CHRISTMAS FAYRE
St Nicholas Church Hall Saltdean, Brighton BN2 8EZ Saturday 23rd November 10.00am - 3.00pm.
SALTDEAN CHRISTMAS TREE FESTIVAL - DECEMBER
The wonderful SALTDEAN CELEBRATES Christmas Tree Festival will take place during December (more details to follow) but the weekend celebration will include Christmas Trees decorated by local businesses and an evening of seasonal music by Brighton Welsh Male Voice Choir.
It’s on... Saturday 30th (2pm & 6pm) November Friday 6th (7pm) December and Saturday 7th December (2pm and 7pm)
Special magic is created by the opening number “Welcome to out pantomime” which is an original song written by The Players own Judith Foot especially for this show. The Venue is The Meridian Centre, Peacehaven, BN10 8BB. The venue has masses of free parking and is served by the 14 bus route. There is full disable access. This will be the 22nd year of panto from the Peacehaven Players. They opened with Cinderella in 1992 and this will actually be the fourth version of Sleeping Beauty performed. Once again, Harlequin Dance Studio join the show to entertain with spectacular dancing delights.
The King and Queen of Inajiffy are shocked when evil witch Wasere places a curse on their daughter Katrina. On her eighteenth birthday the Princess will prick her finger on a spindle and die. The good fairies are able to have this spell commuted: she will just sleep for a hundred years. The curse is duly fulfilled despite all the King and Queen’s efforts. The Princess and everyone in the castle falls asleep and the castle is surrounded by a vast forest. But fear not, for help is on the way in the shape of Prince Stephan aided by Katrina’s brother Prince Arfer, and a happy ending is assured.
Adult . £10.00 Family 3 . £28.00 Admits 3. One must be U16 Family 4 . £37.00 Admits 4. One must be U16 Senior. £9.50 Over 65 . £9.50 Student . £9.50 Must show Valid NUS Card Under 16 . £9.00 Carer £5.00 Must be booked with at full price ticket Group . £9.00 Min 10 tickets, no age restriction