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We start the New Year with our tenth season well under way, with the sparkling echoes of Harpe Noire still ringing in our ears and another selection of Christmas poems catching the eye here and there around the village. LympEnts marches on with a full programme ahead. but there have been changes. Our 'founding fathers', John Welton and Harland Walshaw, have decided to take a less demanding share of the direction: John is already working hard on his last Village Concert (see below for news of this year's event), and will advise on musical offerings: Harland will provide his dependable wise counsel when called upon, but has shed day to day responsibilities for steering the enterprise. They both deserve our grateful thanks for all they have done to make Lympstone a more eventful village.
Sheila Stone, Brian and Jennifer Mather, Grace Packman and Emelza Henderson are the shiny new LympEnts team who, together with their helpers, will be delivering this cheering winter programme:
Encounters with Authors
We present another in our occasional series of the creator of the widely acclaimed Joe Faraday novels, local crime writer and highly entertaining speaker
talking to John Eaton-Terry about his early writing career in Portsmouth, his move to Exmouth and how he has been developing a successful police series firmly rooted in East Devon.
Copies of Graham’s books will be on sale, which he’ll be happy to sign
Entry: £5 from the LympEnts Box Office (see below), or at the door
A wine & juice bar will be open from 7pm
A COMEDY MAGIC SHOW WITH
who has made magic and science collide on the Edinburgh
Fringe for the past two years, with laughter all the way.
Expect amazing tricks inspired by astounding science.
Soft drinks and ices on sale
Adults £8, under 16s £4 (suitable for over 8s)
Saturday 28th February at 2.30pm and 7.30pm
in the Village Hall
Once again we shall let loose the multifarious talents of our fellow inhabitants in a traditional charivari of comedy, music, song and dance.
Look out for more details in the February DRUMBEAT
Matinée tickets £6, under 16s £4; evening £8 and £6
Thursday 5th March at 7.30pm
in the Village Hall
Watch this space for more news of the amazing
Rabbit Theatre’s version of Bram Stoker’s classic tale
Unless otherwise indicated (ie where payment is at the door)
tickets for all our events will be available from
The LympEnts Box Office, c/o Demelza Henderson
2 Brookfield Cottages (opposite the former Post Office)
01395 272243 or 07516 322853