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Summer Film Season Starts This Tuesday

The much anticipated new film programme starts this week and what a cracker, with several Oscar winning films, such as Three Billboards…, Darkest Hour and The Shape of Water.  We kick off with Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool.

 

Qigong Classes – new dates

Brett Trafford Photography

Twice-monthly classes in the Rainbow Room on a Tuesday from 10.00am to 11.30am on the following dates:

24 April, 8 May, 2 May, 12 June, 26 June, 10 July, 24 July, 14 August, 28 August.

Qigong is an ancient and powerful system of energy medicine from China:  it means ‘vital energy (Qi) cultivation (Gong).  It uses breathing techniques, gentle movement and meditation to cleanse, strengthen and circulate Qi.   Working with Qigong exercise will relieve stress, balance the hormonal system, release toxins and strengthen the immune system, as well as slow ageing and help accelerate healing.

£10.00 per class payable on the day, but please book in advance with Lindsay.

For more information, please contact Lindsay Trevarthen, Three Treasures Qigong on 07989-986672, email qigong@w3z.co.uk or visit www.threetreasuresqigong.co.uk

Best chance to see award-winning documentary on a sustainable future

Foxlowe Films will be screening Tomorrow/Demain, an exciting and upbeat film about existing grassroots solutions to global problems on Wednesday, 4th April.  Made in France, it was winner of Best Documentary at the César Awards (the French Oscars).  Although there is now an English version, thanks to its success in North America, this is not available to buy in the UK, so at the moment public screenings like ours are the best way to see it. 

St. Mary’s Catholic Primary School

Special Art Stall for ‘A Plastic Ocean’ Film

Special for this event – artist, Helena Shave, who uses beachcombed plastic to create colourful and imaginative pictures, will bring a stall with cards representing her work.  Acknowledging that the amount of plastic she removes from the ecosystem is a ‘drop in the ocean’, she hopes that her images will have a positive impact….   “I love walking along beaches collecting my raw materials. I have always had a keen interest in the environment, I hope my pictures also raise awareness of the damage our throwaway society is doing to our seas and beaches.

The documentary film A Plastic Ocean is showing on Wednesday, 7th March, at 7.45pm.

Fairtrade Fortnight @ the Foxlowe

It’s Fairtrade Fortnight! From 26 February to 11 March join us in supporting the farmers and workers who grow our food. With Fairtrade we have the power to change the world every day. Fairtrade opens doors. Come on in.

The Foxlowe supports Fairtrade throughout the year but we try to emphasise its importance whenever possible during Fairtrade Fortnight.  This year we will be having a Fairtrade stall at five of our events during the fortnight – four films and one gardener’s event.

The Party (15) – Tuesday, 27th February, 7.45pm

Lemon Tree (PG) – Wednesday, 28th February, 7.30 pm (6.00pm for food)

Seed Swap/Share – Saturday, 3rd March, 11.00am – 2.00pm

Loveless (15) – Tuesday, 6th March, 7.45pm

A Plastic Ocean (NC) – Wednesday, 7th March, 7.45pm

 

Beresfords Memorial C.E. First School

Angela Thompson

This display (a small sample from a large range of hand stitched quilts ) attests to Angela’s passion with the needle and love of vibrant colour…….an excellent antidote to a grey winter.

 

 

 

Spring Film Programme

Our new film programme starts on Tuesday, 9th January and the first film will be Loving Vincent (12A).  We are also excited this time to be running a mini Russian season, which includes the poignant film The Fencer (PG) and the dark but very funny satire, The Death of Stalin (15).

Printed programmes are now available at the Foxlowe and the films will be on the website and ticketing site by the New Year.   For a sneak preview see the downloadable programme.

Tickets are still at the printers but should be available by the first weekend in January.

 

Raise a Festive Glass to the ‘Yes Men’ and ‘The Other Side of Hope’

Get into the festive spirit literally at the last two films of the season. The film group will be serving apple and brandy punch (downloadable recipe here) and mince pies at the Wednesday (6th December) screening of The Yes Men are Revolting, and then mulled wine and stollen at The Other Side of Hope on Tuesday, 12th December.

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