We are holding an Autumn Fair this year..
Food, Tombola, Cakes, Christmas stall, Books, CD's, DVD's, Fancy Goods, Children's stall and Arts & Crafts
The bar will be open and we will also be serving tea and coffee so come up to the club for a couple of hours and bring the family
Thanks folks! Look forward to seeing you there.
Featuring Nigel Corbett (Fiddle, Bouzouki, Vocals) Neil McKay (Guitar, Bass) and Ian Price (Vocals, Guitar, Mandolin). An innovative acoustic band rooted in folk, with forays into jazz, blues ... pretty much anything! Original songs, traditional and covers delivered with panache and humour. This is a pay on the door event - members £5 and non-members £6
David Hague will be up at the club at 2pm giving one of his informative and illustrated talks
If you have not been to one of David's talks then why not give it a try? He is a fascinating speaker and has wonderful memories and anecdotes of all the places he has visited. Call up and bring a friend - refreshments will be served before and afterwards.
IThe Club is hosting a quiz night on Saturday 27 April 2019 starting at 7.30pm. Tickets are £6 per person and includes food.
Teams will be up to a maximum of five. However, if you are not part of a team but fancy giving it a go then please come along. If you prefer we can arrange for you to join a team on the night.
If you want to reserve tickets for what promises to be a fun night, please contact Chris Shillitto on 0114 236 7589 or e mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
'Pluk' will be up to entertain you on the evening of Friday 12th April. This band of 4 will provide a refreshing blend of beautiful ballads with haunting harmonies, alternative arrangements of old favourites, a little rock 'n' roll and some cheerful sing-a-longs. Pay on the door £6 members and £7 non-members
The year is 1950. Three years previously, Sheffield’s Friendship Theatre faced closure but struggle on despite the sudden departure of its manager. Jack Callendar, ambitious local actor and playwright, has stepped into the director’s shoes, but his artistic aspirations are compromised by a weakness for the 'good life' of girlfriends, gambling and drinking and he despairs of ever getting his 'masterpiece' Waiting for the Ferry the critical recognition it deserves. It seems hopeless until, out of the blue, comes a call from a West End producer who wants to put it on. She is under pressure from East End crook Freddie Fittup to produce a play with him in a starring role and Waiting for the Ferry fits the bill. But Fittup, is being hounded by Scotland Yard who also manage to put the wind up the rest of the cast, most of whom have something to hide. Meanwhile, Waiting for the Ferry opens on the Strand. How will it go down? See for yourself!
The show promises laughter and song so get your tickets ASAP! Members £6, non-members £7 and children 16 and under £4
Contact Linda Green for more info - email@example.com
The annual St Patrick's night concert and supper will take place on Wednesday 13th March, starting at 7.30pm with food being served Traditional entertainment and lots of fun are central to this well-established Club event. Tickets (£9) can be ordered from Alan Haigh (2303070).
It's never too early to think about Christmas!
Well, of course it is, but put this date in your diary now! Come and see Sheffield City Opera in concert on Friday, November 23rd. There'll be seasonal music and readings, festive fun and of course, community carols. Maybe Father Christmas will put in an appearance? A perfect way to begin your Christmas festivities!
This October another great 'radio play' - a play where the actors have no lines to learn. What do you mean? I hear you ask. Imagine how the radio plays are recorded - people reading from scripts with sound effects to help set the scene. This is what will be happening up at DLS on 6th October. Written by Los Green and performed by DLS members, it promises to be another very entertaining evening
Tickets can now be reserved for this one night only performance. £5 members, £3 children aged 16 and under / £6 non-members. Contact Linda Green directly
Never Give Your Heart to a Troubadour
Your chance to attend the very first performance in the UK of this exciting new musical tale of romance, intrigue, magic, castles and battles, linked together with catchy foot tapping light-hearted songs - a delightful family entertainment, presented partly in concert format (songs and music by Prosper Paul)and partly in verse (words by Martin Green)
Members £5, non-members £6, Children £3 (aged 16 and under)
A night for all the family. Costumes optional. Come along for a ghostly evening.
Go on a bat hunt around the grounds
Bob for apples
Carve out a pumpkin or better still bringyour own and enter the competition for best one.
Buy a hot dog
Play Halloween orientated games.
Free entry to club members and invited guests.
The 20th Century Rox Revue takes place the following Saturday, inviting you to decide which of the decades (60s, 70s, 80s, 90s) can claim to be the greatest as evidenced by a series of songs and sketches. With additional music from a barbershop and other acts it promises to be a lively debate and a great evening of comedy and music.
Tickets: £5 on the door (members), £6 (non-members)
7.45 pm start
Once again this year we will be welcoming some children fro Belarus to the club. Each year, Stephanie and John Dixon, along with other volunteers, bring these children up to enjoy the De La Salle grounds. If there are any members of the club who would like to go up and support this event, then you would all be very welcome. This is on Tuesday 8th August, 3-7pm. If you do have some spare time, please pop up and see us.
These three well-known local musicians have been making music together for longer than they can remember and that shows in the intuitive way they work together. G is Graham Jones, a wonderful double bass player with a deep resonant sound that gives you butterflies, and a beautiful strong rhythm. P is Pete Moxley, a fluent, melodic keyboard player with great facility and gripping harmony. S is Steve Salfield, renowned on saxophone, mostly tenor but sometimes soprano and alto. His sound moves from soft and silky to firm and lively, beautiful melodies and moving tone characterise his playing. Together GPS play some well-known jazz standards and through improvisation bring their own interpretation. Well worth hearing.
This is a pay on the door event (£5 members & £7 non-members) and starts at 8.15pm.
A 4 piece Honky Tonk band, fiddle, lap steel, double bass, guitar, vocals and harmony vocals. Their music stems mainly from the 40s and the 50s, though they do some original material and the occasional more modern piece that is appropriate for the style. If you like Hank Williams and Bob Wills then you will like this band
Tickets are just £6 to members and £8 to non-members
Pie and Pea and Entertainment for only £8
A range of excellent entertainers and a return visit of Matt Walker - a local star who has performed not only in Sheffield Theatres but also in venues around the country. Order your tickets now from Alan Haigh or Pat Sleath.
It's been far too long since Tim performed at the Club. Known in his native Macclesfield as the love child of Jack Thackray and Morrisey his songs are hard to describe, but definitely unique. The title of one of his albums- Whimsical Fantasy-gives you an idea, but perhaps his own description of his music works better - “quirky, jazzy, folky things”. He is a treasure. Come and see him perform solo and join the Bungalow Band for one of their typical rambunctious sets
Friday 10th June sees the return of Arose Between; an acoustic band who cover songs from all genres and all decades.
The last time Arose Between performed for us at De La Salle, they proved to be a real hit so although you may pay on the door, please do contact Linda Green to reserve your tickets and avoid disappointment.
Tickets are £4 members and £6 non-members
The annual Great Fire of Beauchief plans are now well underway. We will be hosting a night of blazing fires and fabulous fireworks - all welcome. Free entry on the night and food and drinks will be available.
Wood is now being collected, so if you have anything you need to dispose of please leave it on the Petanque area.
Looking forward to seeing you all there.
The World’s Biggest Coffee Morning is Macmillan’s biggest fundraising event for people facing cancer. MacMillan Cancer Care ask people all over the UK to host their own Coffee Mornings and donations on the day are made to Macmillan. Last year alone they raised £25 million and this year they are aiming to raise even more.
Having a Coffee Morning is the perfect chance to catch up over a cuppa and a slice of something delicious for a great cause. One in three of us will face cancer, and the money we raise at this Coffee Morning will help MacMillan make sure no one has to face it alone.
So, we are looking for cake donations! Please contact Sarah Wright (the host for the morning) if you can donate anything to this fundraising event - firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07808 080446
We are starting the morning at 9.30am. Come to the club and see us from then; bring your family and make a morning of it.