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boasts choreography by David Bintley, the creator of Birmingham Royal Ballet’s brilliant Cinderella, and music by Carl Davis, composer of the Company’s Cyrano and numerous well-known television scores including Pride and Prejudice and Cranford. BOX OFFICE: 01752 267222 or www.theatreroyal.com.


OUT & ABOUT


13th December DARTMOUTH WALK & TALK


Kingswear Circular Estuary & River Views Followed by Christmas Cheer. For more info about Walk & Talk in the South Hams contact Kate Wright, Walk & Talk Co- Ordinator, on 01822 813571 or 07920 786505 or e mail kate.wright@southhams.gov.uk


25th December CHRISTMAS DAY FESTIVE PUNCH & MINCE PIES


Castle Tea Rooms, Dartmouth You are all welcome to come and join us on Christmas Day for Festive Punch and Mince Pies- between 10am and midday. Come and celebrate Christmas with an amazing view!


6th January WINTER WALK – WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT Greenway House, Galmpton


Join our knowledgeable rangers for a winter walk through the countryside surrounding Greenway. A great way to walk off the excesses of Christmas, and find out more about Wildlife management. Tickets: £5, Contact: 01803 842382, greenway@nationaltrust.org.uk


12th January JUPITER AND THE WINTER STARS


Berry Head Visitor Centre, Brixham Explore the winter constellations with astronomer Chris Proctor, hot drink in hand. We will use the telescopes to see


DARTMOUTH FILM SOCIETY Film Nights: December 2012


giant Jupiter, distant Uranus, and winter showpieces like the Pleiades, Orion Nebula and Andromeda Galaxy. Wrap up warm, it will be cold. 7pm – 9pm. Cost: £7.50 per person. Booking: Essential on 01803 520022.


18th February


SIGNS OF SPRING AT BERRY HEAD Berry Head Visitor Centre (North Fort), Brixham Join a ranger looking for the very first signs of spring – birds starting to nest, new shoots, early flowers. Then head indoors for some craft activities inspired by the walk – creating items such as nesting birds using materials provided and collected. Time: 11am – 1pm. Cost: £3 per child. Booking: Essential on 01803 520022


20th February BIRD FEEDERS


Berry Head Car Park (in front of public toilets) Come along and make some simple bird feeders to help your garden birds through the last of the winter. Suitable for ages 5 years and up. Time: 10.30am – 12pm. Cost: Adults £3.50, children £2.50. Booking: Essential on 01803 520022


Every effort has been made to ensure the above information is correct at the time of going to press. Please check with organisers to avoid disappointment. We only have room for a selection of events at Plymouth, Torquay theatres etc - please check their websites for information on other events etc.


If you have a local event that you would like promoted in By The Dart, please contact Mark Simpson on 01803 835740 or email mark@ bythedart.co.uk


6th


MILLIONS December


HIGH SOCIETY 13h


December Films are screened at The Guildhall, Victoria Road,


Dartmouth. The Bar is open from 7.00pm and the films start approx 7.30pm. Guest tickets are available on the night for £4.00 each from “The Windjammer”, Victoria Road between 7.00pm and 7.25pm only. No guest tickets will be sold on the door.


For more information about Dartmouth Film Society call Clive Osborne tel: 07968 026449


http://dartmouthfilmsociety.org.uk Please mention By The Dart when responding to adverts. To advertise here, please call 01803 835740 or email mark@bythedart.co.uk


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