The mature enthusiasm and confidence, clear speaking and good expression of the actors and chorus line, aged between 9 and 18, was very impressive.
The amazing and spectacularly larger-than-life costumes highlighted the effort and work the crew and production team had put into staging Stephen Hill Youth Pantomime’s 52nd production, was clear for everyone to see.
As the curtain came down on an outstanding example of musical youth theatre, Crosspool Forum chair, Ian Hague, came on stage and presented, producer and organiser, Helen Delaney Gill with the “2019 Crosspool Person of the Year” award. This award recognises the outstanding contribution Helen has made to Pantomime, going above and beyond to care about the community and consistently giving up time and effort to help others.
Your last chance to purchase tickets for the Musical Magic Show
St Francis Church, Sandygate Road
Thursday, February 6th at 8pm
Friday, February 7th at 8pm
Saturday, February 8th at 6pm
Saturday Matinee Sold Out
Children (3-12) £4
Tickets Phone:- 0114 2308196
Stephen Hill youth pantomime 2020 “Thumbelina“
A pantomime tale of fairies, bugs & baddies!
Wednesday 19th February to Saturday 22nd February 2020
Tickets available online
or from the ticket line Tele: 07707 1840 895 £6 (£5 Pounds for 11 yrs and under)
Evening performance at 7:30 p.m. Saturday matinee 2:30 p.m.
Saturday 6th July, the morning started off raining overcast and dank, not a promising start to the day for the annual Crosspool Summer Fayre.
After a last-minute rush erecting the marquees, gazebos and inflating the bouncy castle/slide; the Fayre was officially open by the Rev. Suzanna Nockles. Happily the clouds had moved away to allow the warm sun to shine, on what turned out to be a wonderful afternoon for the many visitors to enjoy an upbeat performance by the ever-popular Scoil Rince Nua Irish Dancers – a rousing dance routine by the LMW Dance troop – Henry the cheeky monkey up to his usual tricks with the children’s favourite entertainer Barney Baloney – the big band sound of Glenn Miller by the Ambassador Swing Band performing to a full audience, enjoying a cream tea provided by the Crosspool WI.
The local Holly Hagg Alpacas and Llama were a big favourite with the children as was the face painting, Henna Tattooed art and the traditional side stalls/attractions – wet sponge. splat the rat, archery, coconut shy, books, bric-a-brac, hot dogs, burgers, ice creams to mention but a few.
Dave Bolsover’s amazing family guitar stall gave budding musicians the chance to have a go at strumming, possibly to stardom.
Later in the afternoon the 2019 Crosspool Festival scarecrow competition winners and raffle winners were presented with their prizes. All the children received a gift for a happy smile.
The Crosspool Forum organisers would like to thank all this year’s sponsors, the team of local people that turned up in the rain to help set up the event and everyone for attending and making this year’s Crosspool Summer Fayre a special day for everyone. Thank you.
TODAY, SATURDAY 6TH JULY,
COLDWELL LANE, SPORTS VENUE (CDYST) 1.00 TO 4.30PM
Come and enjoy a Magical afternoon of Music, Laughter, and Fun for the Whole Family.
-Traditional Irish Dancing-
-Street Dancing with the LMW Dance School-
-The ever-popular Children’s Entertainer, “Barney Baloney” and monkey-
-The Sound of “Glenn Miller” with the “Ambassador Swing Band” –
-The “Holly Hagg Alpacas” and their friendly Llama-
-Grab a bargain on the Brica-Brac stall, take home a good read from the Book Stalls, or maybe have -a go at playing a Guitar on the Guitar Stall-
-Refreshments provided by the Crosspool WI
-Prizes presented to Scarecrow competition winners-
-Bouncy Castle & Side-
-Many Traditional attractions and side stalls with games to play and many many more-
(Every child goes home with a prize)
CDYST Sports Venue Coldwell Lane Crosspool S10 5TJ
TOMORROW, SATURDAY 6TH JULY,
COLDWELL LANE, SPORTS VENUE (CDYST) 1.00 TO 4.30PM
A Magical afternoon of Fun and Laughter with Barney Baloney (Children’s Entertainer),
Traditional Irish Dancing — Street Dancing, with the LMW Dance School
The Sound of “Glenn Miller” with the “Ambassador Swing Band”
Traditional Games & Events and many many more attractions for the Whole Family
Barn Dance, St Columba’s Church Hall, Manchester Road, Crosspool
Friday 10th May. 7.30pm start
Come and listen to a Live Band, just chat, or maybe even dance – No experience necessary.
Bring your own Drinks, Nibbles provided
(No Nuts Please).
Tickets £4 from Bob Townrow
Tele: 0114 2301098.
Proceeds to Christian Aid and to St Columba’s and Stephen Hill Church Charities.
Update: sorry, this event has now sold out. Unfortunately we won’t be able to let you in unless you have a ticket.
Crosspool Forum is hosting a Childrens’ Christmas Disco on Sunday 7 December, 2014.
The event for children between 3-11 years will run from 1.30-3.30pm in St Columba’s church hall. Father Christmas will bring a present for every child and complementary refreshments and nibbles will be served for everyone.
You can get your ticket from Crosspool Pet Shop. They cost £5 per child and the accompanying parent or guardian is free. You can also contact the Forum on email@example.com or 07713 687 955 for tickets and more information.
Crosspool Forum is hosting a Childrens’ Christmas Disco on Sunday 15 December, 2013.
The event is for younger members of the Crosspool community and will run from 1.30-3.30pm in St Columba’s church hall. Father Christmas will bring a present for every child! Complementary refreshments and nibbles will be served.
You can get your ticket from Crosspool Pet Shop. Tickets are £5 per child and the accompanying parent or guardian is free. You can also contact Ian at the Forum on firstname.lastname@example.org or 07713 687 955 for tickets and more information.
Live ceilidh band Fine Fettle will play at the family barn dance on Saturday 6 July at St Columba’s church hall.
You can pick up tickets from Lounge@Crosspool or by calling 0114 267 0006 – adults £6, children under 16 £3.50. The price of your ticket includes a hot meal. Bring your own drinks, glasses provided.
The barn dance starts at 7.30pm.