TRINITY FESTIVAL 2005 

Cookham

A Celebration of Arts and Music

Friday 22 April 2005 - Monday 2 May 2005

Registered charity No 1094999

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Box Office opens 21st March 2005, at the Stationery Depot

  Where and When Event
1.

From Friday 22nd April - Sunday 24th April 

11am - 5pm

Moor Hall

One Man's Cookham

a lens eye-view of Cookham through different sessions by Maidenhead Camera Club's David Birch

Picture Me - Picture You

An art exhibition and competition with a difference, with two people entering portraits of each other in very contrasting styles.

Admission FREE for both events

2.

Friday 22nd April

8pm 

Pinder Hall

Kit and the Widow

the nationally famous cabaret pair analyse the world - and Cookham.

Tickets 15

3.

Saturday 23rd April

10am - noon

Station Parade

Music to Shop By

Our very own buskers will entertain you as you shop, with brass, jazz and didjeridus

Pavement Art

for the young to try (if dry!) Just come along

4. 

Saturday 23rd April

Depart 11am

Station Parade

Camera Walk

Take your camera for a walk with an expert (and a prize for the best work)

Tickets 2

5. 

Saturday 23rd April

11am - noon

Holy Trinity Parish Centre

Teddies' Music Club

Great fun for pre-school children, with their parents and/or grandparents. Music, dancing, action and noise.

Tickets 1 per child

6.

Saturday 23rd April

2-5pm

Cookham Rise School

Make a Scarecrow

A family workshop inspired by Spencer's scarecrow painting

Tickets 2

7.

Saturday 23rd April

1-3pm

Library Hall, High Road

Didjeridu Workshop

Have fun and try your hand (and mouth) at an unusual instrument - no experience necessary

Tickets 3

8.

Sunday 24th April

2-5pm

Holy Trinity Church

Open Day at Holy Trinity Church

Absorb the history and architecture of the church with Friends of Holy Trinity as guides.

Admission FREE  Teas available

9.

Sunday 24th April

2-6pm

Odney Club

Gardens Open

As part of the National Gardens Scheme for charity

Entrance charge 2.50. Teas available.

10.

Sunday 24th April

6.30pm

St John the Baptist Church, Cookham Dean

Choral Evensong

Followed by a short organ music and a glass of wine

Admission FREE

 

11.

Monday 25th April

6 for 6.45pm

Moor Hall Conference Centre

BBC Gardeners' Question Time

Recording sessions for the BBC radio 4 programme

Admission by free ticket (from box office or Cookham Horticultural Society - 01628 483444)

12.

Monday 25th April

8pm

Holy Trinity School

Digital Photography Workshop 1

Learn how to get the most from your digital camera. David Birch returns after success at the last Festival.

Tickets 5

13.

Tuesday 26th April

11am coach departs

Burghclere

Spencer Special - Burghclere

A chance to see the outstanding paintings at Sandham Memorial Chapel in the company of Spencer expert Timothy Hyman. Transport included.

Tickets 12 (+ 3 at Chapel if not National Trust member)

14.

Tuesday 26th April

8pm

Pinder Hall

Piano Variations

Local musicians demonstrate the delight and versatility of the piano, including jazz and Schubert Songs.

Tickets 5. Junior ticket (16 or under) 3

15.

Wednesday 27th April

8pm

Holy Trinity School

Digital Photography Workshop 2

Repeats part of the Monday event plus some new topics.

Tickets 5

16.

Thursday 28th April

8pm

Pinder Hall

The Tarrystone Broadcasting Company

Presents a theatrical evening with supper.

Tickets 7 including supper

17. 

Friday 29th April

8pm

Pinder Hall

The Cookham Music Hall

A concrescence of confabulated, corruscating, cantankerous Cookhamism - with conjuring and consumables

Tickets 7

18.

Saturday 30th April

10am - noon

Station Parade

More Music to Shop By

Another chance to listen as you spend.

19.

Saturday 30th April

10am - 5pm

Odney Club

Painting at Odney 

A chance to paint in the delightful grounds

Admission FREE. Teas available.

20. 

Saturday 30th April

10.30am and 2.30pm

Odney Club

Life Class Drawing

10.30am - 1pm and 2.30pm - 5pm

Two separate drawing and painting sessions with a live model. All levels welcome, guidelines available. Numbers limited.

Tickets 5 (from Mandy McCallen: 01628 633541)

21.

Saturday 30th April

7.30pm

Cookham Dean Village Hall

Cookham's Big Read

Join people across Cookham reading The Woman in White by Wilkie Collins, and then come to this discussion involving local book groups, Wilkie Collins experts and the director of the Andrew Lloyd Weber musical of the book.

Tickets 5 (including a glass of wine)

Note: a coach trip is going to the musical from Cookham on Thursday 17th March (call 01628 521434 for tickets)

22. 

Sunday 1st May

9.15am

St Elizabeth's Church

Festival Service

All welcome to this ecumenical service

23.

Sunday 1st May

10am - 5pm

Odney Club

Painting at Odney 

This opportunity continues - and today help will be available with some materials for beginners.

Admission FREE. Teas available.

24.

Sunday 1st May

7.30pm

Holy Trinity Church

The Creation

Haydn's joyful oratorio is the musical climax to the festival. Sung by the Cantorum choir with orchestra.

Tickets 12, 8 and junior ticket (16 or under) 5

25.

Monday 2nd May

10am - 4pm

Odney Club

Closing Reception and Exhibition

A display of work produced during the Festival, with competition prizes awarded at noon, and a wind-down drink.

Admission FREE

26.

Monday 2nd May

Evening

Bourne End

The Festival Barn Dance

Music by the Local Yokels

Tickets 12 (including supper)


Box Office opens 21st March 2005, at the Stationery Depot

Cheques payable to 'Trinity Festival, Cookham'. 

Telephone enquiries Michael Johnson on 01628 629807


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