Jazz in the Village

Back on February 22nd we were treated to “Jazz in the Village” with Ian Millar and Dominic Spencer.

The excellent show was in two parts and featured tennor and soprano saxaphone and piano. We had aour usual bar and everyone enjoyed the performance.

For those of you who want to listen to what you missed, or want to hear it again if you were lucky enough to be there, you can get the two parts from these links:

Part 1: https://1drv.ms/u/s!Au5K8Zx0TkFTgvUk1qexvbB1t12T-w?e=zYJUYb

Part 2: https://1drv.ms/u/s!Au5K8Zx0TkFTgvUlmocPuMgAa9mLwA?e=lWG2qs

Next Rural Arts Wiltshire show

Hullavington Village Hall  Friday November 30th 8pm


‘The Night the Light Came’
– a 90 minute celebration of our ability to connect and find the light in a bright new world.

1948 and 1963, winter. Everyone is gathering in the village hall. Lightning has struck the hall roof. Mrs Atkinson has called the repairman – a man who can fix a creaking door, chimneys that smoke. And in he comes with his daughter, bright blue eyes full of brilliance, like an animal in from the woods.

Farnham Maltings always has a great rapport with audiences and praise such as:

Humour, pathos, joy and great music!
Audience member, Robertsbridge Village Hall on Brilliance

Made with live music and song, especially for village halls, this community feel good show promises to light a spark from the inside out

A bar will be available from 7.30pm and in the interval. Suitable for all ages.
Tickets: Adult £10; Conc: £8; Child £5; family £25 from Anna Durrant (01666 837569)
This event is provided by Rural Arts Wiltshire – the county’s rural touring scheme.

Hullavington Village Hall – Upcoming events

Saturday July 14th: Hullavington Show Cheese and Wine evening. Sold out!

Monday 13th to Friday 24th: August Hall Closed for replacement of heaters and lights, floor strip and polish and regular maintenance.

Saturday September 1st: Annual Village Show. Don’t forget to enter.

Hullavington LSE Lectures planned from October to December.

Friday November 30th: Rural Arts Wiltshire supported show.