What's On in October

Halloween Event aimed at families with at least one child aged under 5 years.
With face painting, snacks, Halloween themed activities and fancy dress
Sequence dancing, Cudworth Methodist Church Sequence dancing, Cudworth Methodist Church, Thursday, 1pm.
Gateway Church Barnsley http://www.gatewaybarnsley.org
Narnia Party Night - Friday 31st October
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6 PM to 8 PM Food, Games & Crafts
Come through the wardrobe door and meet the Snow Queen in our Winter Wonderland
An alternative event to ‘Trick or Treat’ for children in the age range 3-12 years old
Children 3-5 - carer must stay with them
Children 6 upwards can be left - will need consent form to be filled in.
Dress Code for All Children is PJ's or Onesie's, or Prince or Princess Outfits
No Halloween outfits please

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
Saturday 1st November
12.30 PM to 3.30 ...read more
Not-so-PetrifyingPanto
Come meet all your favorite princesses, villains, superheros & pesky pirates in a one big live show all under one roof. There will be lots of things going on including face painting, disco & fancy dress & pumpkin carving competition.
You can buy tickets directly from the venue, or message dream makers party productions via facebook for more information.
Coinciding with Uncommon Ground: Land Art in Britain 1966 – 1979, David Nash returns to YSP in 2014 following his major 2010 exhibition at the Park. Two contrasting works, White Planting and Black Dome, overlook the Park's historic lakes demonstrating the artist's eloquent understanding of trees and the different properties of wood. Echoing Nash's famous Ash Dome, planted in 1977, White Planting comprises 49 Himalayan birch trees, which, planted in seven rows of seven, will grow to form a white cube on the lake's embankment. Referencing the natural cycle of wood, Black Dome is made from coal and charred oak. The work complements Nash's site specific Seventy-one Steps, a commission on the walking route to Longside Gallery.
RENT The Musical
LS Theatre Productions proudly present The Lamproom Theatre premier of Jonathan Larson’s exuberant East Village rock version of Puccini’s opera La Bohème RENT.

Larson’s stirring and life-affirming production captures the heart and spirit of a generation of struggling artists, addicts, and impoverished young people living in the shadow of AIDS, battling the coming wave of gentrification. A time capsule of a world where hope crawls out of dark despair, these Bohemians find the salvation of love within each other and prove there can be a better world where art thrives, and everything good is free
Sounds Of : Halloween 2014
Fancy Dress Disco and Karaoke

Vampires, Werewolves, Ghosts, Goblins, Zombies, Walkers and Weeping Angels all welcome.
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