‘Eccentric and individualistic, Barbie is exiled from Barbieland because of her imperfections. When her home world is in peril, Barbie returns with the knowledge that what makes her different also makes her stronger.’
‘A riotously entertaining candy-coloured feminist fable that manages to simultaneously celebrate, satirise and deconstruct its happy-plastic subject.’ The Guardian
Pink Gin, Pink Prosecco and other non-pink drinks will be available from our well-stocked bar. Dressing up not mandatory!
Doors and bar open at 7pm and the film starts at 7.30pm. All bar profits will go to the Fountain Centre at the Royal Surrey County Hospital which provides invaluable emotional support and complementary therapies for cancer patients and their loved ones. Join us for a great film and to help support this wonderful cause.
We’re about to start setting up for the art fair and are very excited knowing what beautiful work is going to be displayed – paintings, lino cuts, photography, ceramics and jewellery. Come along for a feast for the eyes, some delicious homemade cake and the chance to buy an original artwork. Perhaps that very special Christmas present! We’re looking forward to welcoming everyone to what will be a beautifully transformed Village Hall.
The art Fair is just over a week away now on Saturday, October 7th (10am to 5pm) and Sunday October 8th (10am to 4pm).
Artists exhibiting include some of Hambledon’s own with paintings and drawings from John and Cathy Coleman and Sophie Keir (still counted as a Hambledonian!) and ceramicist Georgie Gardiner, plus this year Jane Taylor from Jewelled at the Coalyard.
We also have amazingly talented professional artists who haven’t exhibited with us before and we’re getting so excited to see everyone’s beautiful work. We’re looking forward so much to seeing you all there!
Come along to support this amazing cause. There’s a raffle with really great prizes (meal for two at the Harriers, £25 gift voucher for the White Hart in Whitley etc etc). £5 a strip and cash only so don’t forget to pop into the Post Office on your way if you need to get cash!
Hambledon Fashion Show is on Thursday, September 14th which is two weeks tomorrow. Ticket sales are slow at the moment which is not unusual at this point for Hambledon events when there’s always a flurry of ticket sales right at the end. However, this time it’s a bit different as in order for the show to go ahead the company running it need us to have sold at least 40 tickets by next Thursday, Sept 7th. If you’re planning on coming then we really need you to buy your tickets as soon as possible, please, so that we don’t have to cancel.
Everyone who has been before will know what a great fun evening it is so tell your friends, buy your tickets and come along to have a great night out, buy some bargain clothes and support Hambledon’s very own lovely catwalk models!
The village hall committee is delighted to welcome Travelling Trends Fashion Show back to the hall for the first time since lockdown.
As ever it will be an evening of great fun with Hambledon’s own models on the catwalk, the chance to buy some bargain clothes and with a bar and raffle. We have a limited number of tickets available due to the way we have to arrange the layout of the hall so don’t miss out and get yours early. £7 each, on sale at the village shop from this Tuesday onwards.
Please note that due to the lack of private changing space at the hall, this is a ladies-only event.
Our next film at the Village Hall is the critically acclaimed 2019 version of Dickens’ David Copperfield, directed by Armando Iannucci and starring Dev Patel, Peter Capaldi, Hugh Laurie, Tilda Swinton and Ben Whishaw. Certificate PG
Tickets £5 each available from the village shop.
Doors and bar open at 7pm and the film starts at 7.30pm.