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Children’s Cinema: Cinderella

Children’s Cinema
Saturday 11 Jan at 2.30

Cinderella

The original (1950) Disney film of this classic fairy tale. Featuring songs such as “A Dream is a Wish your Heart Makes” and “Bibbidi-Bobbido-Boo”, this is early Disney animation at its best.

No need for a ticket — just turn up! Suggested donation £3 adults £2 children. Sweets, ice creams available.

A History of Sheffield Football

Friday 17 January at 7.30
A History of Sheffield Football
with Martin Westby

During the 19th century Sheffield led the world of Association Football and was a critical factor in the formulation of today’s worldwide rules and regulations. Come and hear Sheffield-born football historian Martin Westby talk about the rich history of the 95 Sheffield clubs that existed between 1857 and 1889, with special emphasis on today’s four surviving clubs. Martin will also be selling and signing copies of his book “A History of Sheffield Football 1857-1889… Speed Science and Bottom”.

Tickets (£5) available now.

Yesterday

Evening Cinema
Friday 10 Jan at 7.30

Yesterday

Yesterday, everyone knew about The Beatles. Today, only Jack remembers their songs. He’s about to become a very big deal. Directed by Danny Boyle, the film stars Himesh Patel and Lily James and also features Ed Sheeran.

Tickets available now. A suggested donation of £5 gets you refreshments and a raffle ticket. Door open / refreshments at 7pm. Film starts 7.30

Christmas in the Library 2019

Saturday 14 December, 10am to 3pm

With singing from local school choirs plus our very own Greenhill Songsters, storytelling, a cake stall, refreshments, mulled wine, a lucky dip, and competitions, there’s something for all the family at our special day. The timetable looks like this:

  • 10.00 Event opens
  • 10.30 Storytelling with Suzi Hithersay
  • 11.15 Greenhill School Choir
  • 12.00 Storytelling with Suzi Hithersay
  • 12.45 Abbey Lane School Choir
  • 1.15 Greenhill songsters
  • 2.00 Lowedges School Choir

Mums dads and kids — don’t miss our scrapbox challenge: make us a Christmas Tree from scrap materials!

The library will be decorated for Christmas; library services and the bookshop will be open all day. There is even an unconfirmed rumour that Father Christmas may visit in the afternoon.

Come and join us for a great family day!

Stephen Booth

18 Oct at 7.30pm: “Where the bodies are buried”, with Stephen Booth

‘A beautiful but dangerous place’ – crime novelist Stephen Booth talks about his best-selling Cooper and Fry series and the importance of the Peak District locations for his readers. A former newspaper journalist, Stephen has won awards on both sides of the Atlantic, and his books are translated into 16 languages. With Q&A and book sales.

Tickets £8 available now!

Then and Now

Tuesday 22 Oct at 7.30pm
“Then and Now”
with Greenhill Village History Society

A sentimental journey around the area showing the development of the locale over the last two centuries in photographs with commentaries. Travel back to a time when, as part of Derbyshire, our area consisted of villages, farms and open fields. See how many of the original properties have been altered or even replaced. 
This is a re-run of the sold-out event last March. Tickets (£4) are selling fast — book now to avoid disappointment!

Tudor Christmas

Friday 15 November at 7.30
“How the Tudors Celebrated Christmas”
with Maureen Taylor

We enjoy our Christmases, and so did the Tudors. They involved heaps of fun and ribaldry, but also had a huge element of friendship and commitment to family (no matter how distant), and to charity for those less well off. They sang and drank, made merry, danced, and used their imaginations. There are similarities with our Christmases, but also great differences; find out what they were like.

Tickets £5 available now