Festive and new year fun with Hornbeam Nights!

Wishing all our wonderful friends old and new a great festive time and a happy New Year!

Thanks for supporting us, partying with us, singing, dancing and DJ-ing with us during our baby-steps of opening Hornbeam Nights this year! Looking forward to seeing you in 2017 for more music, food, films, and fun. 

Check out our Facebook page Hornbeam NightsTwitter @nightshornbeam and events pages for updated information. 

Hornbeam Nights: I really like it here!
Hornbeam Nights: I really like it here!

 

HAPPY HOUR  

Hornbeam Nights bring a beautiful musical vibe to the cafe
Hornbeam Nights bring a beautiful musical vibe to the cafe

DRINKS £3 – 7.30-8.30pm

Thursday 22nd December – The Solstice Sessions – Drum workshop & jam session.
Doors open at 7.30pm. Drum workshop from adlib 8pm. Open Jam session from 9.30pm. Suggested donation £3

Bring instruments, voices and groovy moves.
HAPPY HOUR 7.30pm

2017……HAPPY NEW YEAR…..2017……..HAPPY NEW YEAR!

 

Rosamund DJing at Hornbeam Nights
Bring your own vinyl and get your 15 mins of  DJ fame at Hornbeam Nights

Thursday 12 Jan – OPEN DECKS, 7.30pm-late

Bring, browse, and play vinyl.

Every DJ gets 15 minutes of fame and we’ll put your DJ name up on a board and everything.

HAPPY HOUR 7.30pm

Follow Hornbeam Nights Facebook and Twitter for events schedule for last minute additions and changes.

Thurs 19 Jan – Robin Grey and friends Folk Night

Inspired by Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen and Joanna Newsom, Robin colours in his songs about love and life with guitar, banjo, ukulele, mandolin, piano, double bass, organ, percussion toys and a few other instruments! See website and Facebook for more info [links]

17.30 – family feast

18.30 – 19.30 – Matinee family performance

20.30 Grown-ups performance and party

Thurs 26th January – January Film Night at the Hornbeam – The Gleaners and I
Food served at 6:30, Film starts at 7:15. 80 mins film. Pay by donation.

Award winner at Cannes Film Festival in 2000, this creative documentary film by director Agnes Vada explores the history, culture and contemporary laws of gleaning in France. The film is mostly in French with English subtitles.

….Also find out how to become a Waltham Forest Food Rescuer to help reduce food waste and redistribute food surplus in the borough. Contact poppy@thisisrubbish.org.uk

 

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