Love Frome’s Top Pics- What’s On This Weekend! 7th/8th/9th October 2017…
Friday 7th October
Starting this weekend today is the monthly Family Fridays event at Post script and the Hubbub Centre, 4-6pm at either venue, £10.50 or £12.50. Choose between
creating fantastical creatures or personalising your own stationary at Post Script followed by kids tea at Sams Kitchen, or Wavey Ravey Family rave
at the HubNub Centre and dinner at the Rye Bakery.
Also tonight, the Merlin Theatre are offering you an evening with Ayesha Hazarika and her comical take on life behind the scenes at Westminster. Starting
her career as a comedian she ventured into Labour politics as an advisor and then commentator. She has now returned to comedy show State of the nation;
Politics, power and how we lost the plot. State of the nation is one of the best things to come out of British politics! Friday 6th of October @ 7:45pm,
Saturday 7th October
Black Swan Arts Organic Forms:Sculptural Drawing workshop aimed at 10-18 year olds runs from !0am-12pm at the Round Tower Gallery.
The workshop is exploring sculptural drawing using a range of found and reclaimed materials. Great for kids with an eye for art wanting experiment with
new styles and techniques. Tickets £12.50 per person including materials and refreshments. Contact Fiona Campbell on 01373 473980 for bookings.
Octobers ‘Against the Grain’ Comedy Club this Saturday is headlined this month by Josh Howie, after
traveling the world with his comedy show and performing at the Just For Laughs Comedy Festival, he is nominated for a BBC Radio award. He is
the son of PR guru Lynne Franks, the woman who inspired Jennifer Saunders AbFab character Edina. Last month was a hilarious night with tears of
laughter and this Saturday promises the same. Saturday at 8pm-11pm, tickets £10 from the Cheese and Grain.
Frome Memorial Theatre are hosting a ‘Whole Lotta Shakin’ ‘ A tribute to Shakin’ Stevens. Winner of the National Tribute Awards for best UK Tribute show
6:30pm, tickets £18. Contact 01373 462795 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
Sunday 8th October
The only place to be this Sunday is 23 Bath Street! Open Dec Family Day is full of
family friendly vibes, chilled music, games and a warm Frome welcome to all! If you are looking for somewhere to meet up with friends after your
roast, relax with a pint whilst the kids have a smoothie and a play, then Frome’s Newest Venue - 23 Bath St - is deﬁnitely worth checking out! Free
table football, two retro gaming consoles, various toys and board games available - Free entry!