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SALTBURN COMMUNITY AND ARTS ASSOCIATION LTD. Registered in England & Wales, Company No. 05719152 Charity No. 1113704


Registered Address:Albion Terrace, Saltburn-by-the-Sea, North Yorkshire, TS12 1JW The centre office is open 9.30-12.00 weekdays. Phone 01287 624997


Arts Development Promoter 10.00am - 4.30pm weekdays. www.saltburnarts.co.uk DIARY OF EVENTS FOR DECEMBER 2011


Performances in the Community Theatre/Hall


Friday 2nd December – Saltburn Community Hall at 7.30pm Saltburn Jazz Night Christmas Party with


THE LOUIS PRIMA TRIBUTE BAND (The man who invented Las Vegas)


All the fun, gags and nonsense as well. A welcome return of the Louis Prima Tribute Band. Trombonist Dave Batchelor and Saxophonist Hamish McGregor lead a specially assembled all


star band in a loving recreation of the Louis Prima Vegas Show. Tickets £12.00 Available at Saltburn Health Foods 01287 624622


Tuesday 6th December – Saltburn Community Theatre The 2011 Heritage Lecture Series (No. 6)


East Cleveland Ironstone Miners A much anticipated lecture to be given by Tony Nicholson of Teesside University.


This will be the last lecture of the series and we will be serving mulled wine and mince pies provided by Sainsbury’s Local in Station Square.


FREE ENTRY Doors & Bar 7pm


Friday 9th December – Saltburn Community Hall at 7.30pm JOHN LENNON TRIBUTE NIGHT


A tribute to the life of John Lennon through the words and music of Lennon and McCartney. Featuring


Colin Holt & Ray Johns


A great pre-Christmas event for Beatles lovers. Tickets £8.00


Available from Agents Hairdressers (formerly Forbes) Station Road Redcar 01642 271999 Or www.satlburnarts.co.uk


Friday 10th December - Saltburn Community Centre at 8pm Ten Feet Tall presents


BIG MOUTH COMEDY CLUB ON TOUR With


MC Andy Fury, Martin Bigpig, Justin Moorhouse


Tickets £10.00 Available from www.tenfeettall.co.uk Doors & Bar 7.30pm. See pages 29 and 33.


Mon 12th , Tues 13th & Mon 19th December – Saltburn Community Theatre at 7pm


Earthbeat Theatre Company presents PANTOMANIA


Can’t decide what panto to see this year? How about


‘Cinderella’, ‘Sinbad the Sailor’ and ‘Robinson Crusoe and the Pirates of the Caribbean’ – all in one night?


As usual, there’ll be loads of singing and dancing and plenty of mayhem. We’ve even got a gorilla! Who said you can’t have it all?


Tickets from Earthbeat box office 07969 623 118 Tickets £5.00 Doors & Bar 6.30pm


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Saturday Events in the Community Hall Table Top Sales and Refreshments 10.00am – 4.00pm


Saturday 3rd December SCAA Flea Market


Saturday 10th December Vintage Fair Saturday 17th December Saltburn Rotary Table-Top Saturday 7th January


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Regular Events in The Community Hall and Coffee Room Saltburn Spiritualist Church


Saturday – Divine Worship 7.00pm Monday – Healing 6.30pm Open Circle 7.00pm


Slimming World (Hall) Tuesday at 7.00pm


For further information call Dawn on 01287 625524 Weight Watchers (Hall)


Thursday 6.30pm, call Joanne on 01642 820552 Little Nippers (Hall)


Mondays & Wednesdays 10am until 11.45am First child £1.50 Siblings 50p


Marske and Redcar School of Dancing (Hall) Mondays – Adult Tap and Children’s Ballet, Tap & Modern


Call Kay Savage on 01642 501727 Mobile: 07881 823770 Kaysdance@hotmail.com


Tumble Tots (Hall) Thursdays (Term Time only)


9.15am –Walking to 2yrs, 10.10am – 3yrs to school-age 11.00am – 2yrs – 3yrs, 12noon Gymbabes – 6months+ Trail sessions available at £4.00


For more information call Claire on 07846 447101 Socatots (Hall)


Specific play programme for children from walking to five years. Sundays 9am until 1pm


Please call to book an appropriate slot for your child’s age


group. Call Emma Hall on 01287 641442 or 07958 500187 e-mail:emma.hall@socatots.com


Parent and Child Group (Coffee Room) Tuesday mornings 9.30 – 11.30


This is a session for parents and children from birth who would like to come and play in a soothing environment


using toys made from natural materials and with a strong emphasis on the moods in nature and the seasons. This approach is based on the kindergarten of a local Steiner School. We make lovely seasonal crafts and learn new skills. Come and learn some new songs and rhymes and


share our healthy snack. Contact Nessy Williamson 01751 430188 for further details.


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