There’s now less than a week to go before we show A United Kingdom, a romantic true story, on Sunday, 23rd April. This is the last movie of our successful first season. Go here for more information, including a trailer and a link to ticket sales. Pre-booking essential. Numbers limited for comfort. Nibbles and non-alcoholic refreshments on sale but BYOB welcome. Doors at 7pm, programme starts promptly at 7.30pm.
Many thanks to all those who turned out to support live music at the Hall on Saturday evening. Everyone seemed to have a great time listening to the Salisbury Big Band’s repertoire of hits from the Glenn Miller era. The excellent 17-piece band was supported by Ellen-Marie, a singer whose range stretched all the way from the Andrews Sisters to Eartha Kitt via Dame Vera Lynn. Continue reading
Tickets are now available for the April movie A United Kingdom, a romantic true story, to be shown on Sunday, 23rd April. Go here for more information, including a trailer and a link to ticket sales. Pre-booking essential. Numbers limited for comfort. Nibbles and non-alcoholic refreshments on sale but BYOB welcome. Doors at 7pm, programme starts promptly at 7.30pm.
For years Chilworth Hall has hosted classes in Argentinian Tango. But that’s not everyone’s cup of mate. If you’ve ever wanted to learn other popular ballroom and Latin dances then now’s your chance! From 26th April, at 19:30, BDance is starting classes at the Hall (the first one is entirely FREE). Why not come along and have fun learning something new? Continue reading
Many thanks to all those who entered into the spirit of this event, you helped us to raise almost £1500 for the Hall’s refurbishment which is obviously a very welcome boost to the fund. Commiserations to those whose bids were pipped at the post: we hope you’re not too disappointed.
The “latest bids” page has been updated. We’ll allow daytime Sunday for checks and protests, and the final results will be announced at the Moviola on Sunday evening. Several winning bids are from anonymous bidders. Winners will receive confirmations by e-mail, along with a note about arrangements for payment and collection of bids.
Thanks again to all the bidders, and special thanks to those whose generous donations made the whole thing possible.
To allow time for more bids, the organisers of Chilworth Hall’s online auction have decided to extend the bidding period until early March. Bids for any of the lots may be made by e-mail until midnight on Saturday, 11th March. The winning bids will be announced at the Moviola on Sunday, 12th. Continue reading
Tickets for Bridget Jones’s Baby on Thursday, 9th February are selling well. Tickets are now also available for the March movie, The Girl on the Train, which will be shown on Sunday, 12th March. Go here for more information, including a trailer and a link to ticket sales.
The Salisbury Big Band is coming to Chilworth Hall on Saturday, 1st April. Come along and get in the swing! Tickets are on sale now, at just £12. Click here to e-mail your ticket request, or get in touch with Gill Holebrook or Donna Jones. Licensed bar. Doors at 7pm, show starts at 8pm. Continue reading
The Chilworth Hall Online Auction is now live, and the first bids have been received. Just click here to see the current highest bids. Bidding is by e-mail and will close at midnight on 8th February. Winning bids will be announced at Chilworth Moviola the next evening, Sunday 9th, and on this website. Bidders may choose to remain anonymous. Minimum (reserve) bids will not be published. For information on all the lots please go to this page.
Chilworth Moviola is showing Woody Allen’s Cafe Society at the Hall on the evening of Sunday, 15th January. It was originally planned to show Bridget Jones’s Baby but distribution problems forced the postponement of that until Thursday, 9th February. Attendance at Chilworth Moviola shows is ticket-only, but pre-reserved tickets may be paid for on the door if you don’t like buying online. Even more conveniently, you may reserve your tickets simply by sending an e-mail and the organisers will do the rest. Full details of both films, including trailers, may be found on this page. Non-alcoholic refreshments are available (and popcorn) and you’re welcome to BYOB.