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Saturday 23 February – at 7.30pm 

Theatrical Storytelling by Dirty Footprints Theatre

The Journeys of Captain Silver Crow 

(not suitable for under 14s – it’s sophisticated!)

Synopsis - When Captain Silver Crow’s ship, the Mary Ellen, is conjured up to a mysterious island, there is only one way for the crew to regain freedom: storytelling. Three stories must be told, and they have to be ‘most unbelievable, most unimaginable, yet unequivocally true’. It is a matter of life and death. A wise crow once said that ‘a soul who doesn’t like listening to stories is a wasted soul’. However, can one listen to one story too many?

What are people saying about the show?

‘The adventures of a cunning seaman told as a series of short stories and shanties punctuated by flute and melodeon, of how they needed to avoid a nasty end by the hand of a petulant prince, is charming, witty and entertaining. A wonderful twist to finish’. John & Nicky 

Friday 1 March 7.00pm - Beetle Drive and Fish & Chip Supper

in St Margaret’s Cottage

£10pp, payable to Maureen Blakey or on the night, sign up now at the back of church. 

Friday 12 April 7.30pm - Ovingdean Choral Society

Hayden 'Nelson' Mass and Te Deum

Saturday 25 May – Recital by John Mann and Cream Tea (N.B. change of date)

Friday 21 June – evening The Hanover Band (programme to be confirmed) 

Saturday 13 July at 7.00pm – ‘The New Men’ The Academical Clerks of New College, Oxford 

Saturday 20/Sunday 21 July – St Margaret’s Day celebrations

Saturday 27 July – Piano Recital by Dan Phelps

Saturday 3 August – Village Fair

Thursday 19 – Saturday 21 September – The Great Harvest Village Show 

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