Future Events at The Old Town Hall

 

 

 We are delighted to be able to invite you to watch this ground-breaking, timeless and legendary classic film, Star Wars: A New Hope (Episode IV).

 

 Princess Leia gets abducted by the insidious Darth Vader. Luke Skywalker then teams up with a Jedi Knight, a pilot and two droids to free her and save the galaxy from the Galactic Empire!

 

Starring Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Peter Cushing and Alec Guiness, and directed by George Lucas, this epic film is the first in the Star Wars film series and fourth chronological chapter of the ‘Skywalker Saga’.

 

Our licensed bar will also be open. 

 

All proceeds go towards the Bourne Town Hall Trust renovation project,  a volunteer-run Trust working towards the vision of restoring the building and creating a community arts centre for the town.

 

(Please note our 200 year old building currently has limited disabled accessibility, if you have any concerns, please contact us directly for more information before booking and we will try our best to accommodate you)

Date

Saturday 25th June 2022

Time

Doors open 6:15 pm Presentation starts 7pm

Price

£5.50 plus booking fee

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Board Game Cafe

 
 
 
 
 
Come with your family or friends or on your own. There will be a friendly and warm welcome greeting you and a table full of games for you to enjoy – some old favourites and maybe even some new ones 
for you to try!
 
We look forward to seeing you in The Shambles, where our cafe will be open, serving light refreshments.
 
 

Date

Sunday June 26th 2022

Time

11am – 3pm

Price

Free Entry

Comic Con at The Old Town Hall

The Old Town Hall is excited to bring our first family Comic Con to Bourne!

Developed as a pilot event by our volunteer Trustees, there will be superheroes, cosplay, gaming, Warhammer, live music, guest appearance, comics, artists, toys, props, merch, zines, Harry Potter and  Doctor Who themed zones.

We hope that you will be able to join us for a fun day of fandoms!

 

All proceeds go towards the Bourne Town Hall Trust charity renovation project.

Date

Sunday 3rd July 2022

Time

Two timed slots available:

10 am – 1pm

1pm – 4pm

Price

£4.00 plus booking fee or 

£6.00 plus booking fee (with goody bag subject to availability)

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Bourne Westfield - The Soul of Music

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

The Old Town Hall is delighted to invite you to:

Musical performances from students in Year 6 

at Bourne Westfield Primary Academy 

 

(Our licensed bar will also be open)

All proceeds go towards the Bourne Town Hall Trust renovation project

Date

Tuesday 12th July 2022

Time

Doors open 6:45 pm Performance starts 7:30pm 

Price

£5.00 plus booking fee

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Viva Verse and Vino!

 

Come and share your original poetry with us at our Open Mic session in the warm and welcoming atmosphere of The Shambles. 

 

Or…if you prefer, you can recite an old classic or favourite… or just come along and listen to others’ literary creations  and enjoy a glass or two of your favourite tipple in our lovely venue. 

 

All proceeds go towards the Bourne Town Hall Trust renovation project.

Date

Friday 19th August 2022

Time

Doors open 6:45 pm Recital starts 7:30pm 

Price

£3.00 plus booking fee

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Hereward's Exile! - An Evening Remembering Hereward

Hereward ‘the Outlaw’, said to be the son of Leofric the Lord of Bourne, waged a five year guerrilla warfare campaign against William the Conqueror and in history came to symbolise the spirit of English resistance to the Norman Conquest, for his is a tale of ‘1066 and all that’, the story of a conquered people, the English! Join ‘Hereward’s Champion’, Historian David Maile, for an ‘Evening Remembering Hereward’, as the WakeHereward Project brings its latest production to the Old Town Hall, Bourne. David will talk about the cultural impact of Hereward on British society, where he came to rival Robin Hood and King Arthur in popularity, before descending into England’s forgotten hero.

David’s Special guest for the evening is Professor David Roffe, the official biographer for Hereward, whose text ‘Hereward the Wake and the Barony of Bourne’ validates his connection to the town. The evening is completed by a spectacular piece of drama with a Short Play, ‘Hereward’s Exile’, featuring Medieval actors and re-enactors, including Rory G as Hereward and Heather Bailey as Lady Godiva.

This is a WakeHereward Project fundraising event in support of The Old Town Hall, Bourne. Visit the WakeHereward Project at HerewardTheWake.co.uk ‘Hereward’s Exile’ & ‘Remembering Hereward’ are the intellectual property of the WakeHereward Project – All Rights Reserved 2022 

All proceeds go towards the Bourne Town Hall Trust renovation project.

Date

Saturday 3rd September

Time

Doors open 6:15 pm Presentation starts 7pm

Price

£15.00 plus booking fee

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