This autumn sees another season of Meantime events At The Chapel, curated by Emma Craigie. We open on Thursday 10 November with wildlife broadcaster Simon King, demonstrating how we can reclaim wildlife and change the world simply by recognising the difference between what we want and what we need; then on 17 November we are delighted to be welcoming the wonderful performance poet Hollie McNish. On 24 November the director Candida Brady is showing her acclaimed new film about a boy leaving care, Urban and the Shed Crew. On 1 December Christa D’Souza will be talking about The Hot Topic, her ground-breaking book on the menopause; then on 8 December Jo Berry, whose father Sir Anthony Berry MP was killed by the IRA, will be discussing peace, and the roots of conflict. Finally, on 15 December, the conductor Jonathan James brings us a history of classical music from medieval monks to modern visionaries, with screen and piano accompaniment.
Tickets for all events cost £10, include a delicious cocktail, and can be bought from At The Chapel 01749 814 070. Booking essential. The clubroom bar opens at 6.30pm for a 7pm start.