Our Monthly Meeting is normally held on the 4th Thursday of each month at 10.15am and features a series of entertaining and informative talks. This is an opportunity to meet up with other members over a coffee.
Non-Members are also welcome to attend to find out whether they would like to join our U3A. entrance fee for this is £1 with includes refreshment.
Our meetings are held at St.Marys Centre, Grassmere Close, Felpham, West Sussex. PO22 7NU, and our talks our planned yearly so please browse the Monthly Meeting Calendar.
|Dates for your Diary|
25/10/2018 Further info asap
10.15: Doors open and Refreshments
10.45: News and Notices
11.00: Speaker (approx. 45mins)
At St Mary's Centre, Grassmere Close, Felpham, West Sussex, PO22 7NU
Entrance £1 includes light refreshment
|22/11/2018||Shakespeare in Love, Chichester Festival Theatre.
Young Will Shakespeare has writer's block... the deadline for his new play - a comedy called Romeo and Ethel, the Pirate's Daughter - is fast approaching, he's struggling to finish the first line of a sonnet and he's in dire need of inspiration. Then he meets the beguiling Viola de Lesseps, the beautiful daughter of a wealthy merchant. Viola is prepared to do anything - including risking the frosty disapproval of Queen Elizabeth I - to fulfil her illicit dream of performing on the London stage and pursuing a passionate affair with the greatest playwright of the age. This adaptation of the multi award-winning film classic is exuberant, witty, funny, and a beautiful homage to love, art, and theatre itself. This new production will be directed by Philip Breen, director of the highly acclaimed recent Royal Shakespeare Company productions of The Merry Wives of Windsor and The Hypocrite. |
|29/11/2018|| One Week Later than Normal Co-op Estate Planning
|13/12/2018||Windsor in Winter|
|January||Date to be decided. Organised by Dee & Tammy|
|28/01/2019||ART, Chichester Festival Theatre.
Art is a phenomenon and one of the most successful comedies ever staged. Having opened in 1996, it took both the West End and Broadway by storm, won the Olivier, Tony, Moliere and every other major theatre award, and has been packing in audiences worldwide for more than twenty years. When Serge spends an extortionate amount of money on an all-white modernist painting, his close friends Marc and Yvan are baffled. But does their violent reaction to this provocative canvas mirror more dangerous antagonisms towards each other? Yasmin Reza's dazzling study of friendship, prejudice and tolerance is a masterpiece. The all-star cast features BAFTA-nominated Nigel Havers (Downton Abbey, Chariots of Fire), Olivier Award-winning Denis Lawson (Bleak House, New Tricks) and British Comedy Award-winning Stephen Tompkinson (The Split, Wild at Heart, Ballykissangel). |
|11/02/2019||ROUGH CROSSING, Chichester Festival Theatre.
One of Tom Stoppard's most hilarious and brilliant plays. Two famous but desperate playwrights are stuck on an ocean liner headed for New York, feverishly trying to rehearse their latest show before reaching land, and opening night. But they are constantly distracted by their delicate composer's attempts to end it all, having overheard his lover confess her feelings to the leading man. Add an absurdly unorthodox waiter, a mistimed lifeboat drill and a vanishing glass of brandy, and soon the sharp Atlantic winds turn to world-class gales of laughter as these colourful characters become tangled up in a typically Stoppardian string of absurd events. |
|28/02/2018||Sylvia Endacott ' Local people Blue Plaques and more' |
|28/03/2019||Tessa Daines 'Old Country Customs and Folklore'|
|25/04/2019||AGM Talk by Denis Lindsell 'Mysteries in Famous Paintings' |
|23/05/2019||Brian Freeman 'Richelieu: The Cardinal and his City' |
|26/09/2019||Bob Trott 'Air Traffic Control'|
|December||Organised by Dee & Tammy Date to be decided|