WEST Wirral Musical Society will stage its production of Gilbert & Sullivan’s Patience from October 2-5.

Directed by Barry Prescott, it will be performed at Westbourne Hall in Westbourne Road, West Kirby.

Tickets from 632 1267 or 342 2393.

Market day

AN Artisan Community Market will be held at St Andrew’s Church in Graham Road, West Kirby this Saturday from 10am-3pm.

A wide range of quality items and gifts will be on sale.

There is also a children’s craft table and café selling homemade soups, bread and cakes.

Local charity The Sensory Shack will receive the proceeds of sales from the café.


TWELVE of the north-west's top organists will play during an event at St James’ Church in New Brighton this Saturday from 10am-4pm.

Organfest 2 will showcase a variety of music and organists playing for half-an-hour each on the historic organ.

Book fair

WIRRAL book fair takes place at the Floral Pavilion in New Brighton this Saturday.

It promises a wide range of books for all tastes and ages, pockets and purses.

There will be children’s literature, annuals and local history including maps, prints and postcards.

You can also meet author Cathy Roberts and local historians. The event takes place from 11am-4pm. Admission free.

New Brighton Townswomen

THERE will be a talk entitled Potatoes and Lace when New Brighton Townswomen’s Guild meets tomorrow (Thursday, September 12).

Taking place at Emmanuel Church Hall, 158a Seabank Road, Wallasey it starts at 1.45pm. As well as the talk, there will also be tea and cake, raffles and friendly conversation. More details from Barbara on 0151 522 0223.

Gardening club

HOYLAKE & District Gardening Society meets on the third Thursday of the month at St Michaels & All Angels Church Centre, Newton.

Speakers cover a wide range of topics from advice on growing different types of plants, to illustrated talks on great gardens and amazing places around the world.

Meetings start at 7.30pm.

For details, contact Rachel Summers on 625 7604 or rachelsummers100@gmail.com

Death Cafe

A POP-up event where people discuss all things about death will be held at Popsy’s Coffee Bar in Hoylake Parade Community Centre tonight (Wednesday) from 7-9pm.

It is a chance to drink tea, eat cake and discuss death in a friendly and relaxed environment.

It is a free event but booking is essential.

For details or to book a place contact martin@ wirralfuneralcelebrant.co.uk

Tap dancing

TAP dancing sessions are held at The Scout Hut, 68 North Rd, Birkenhead on Wednesdays from 1.30pm-2.30pm.

Children’s classes also held on Saturdays.

For more information contact Karen on 651 0401 or email k.molyneux@ntlworld.com

Chess club

WALLASEY Chess Club is looking for more members.

Meets on Monday and Thursday at The Conservative Club in Manor Road Liscard.

Sessions from 7.30pm-10.30pm.

Social bridge

NEW members are wanted for a social bridge club that meets on Monday mornings at St Barnabas Church community centre in Bromborough.

Details from Sue on 0151 645 2133 or 07954166202.

Coffee morning

PALS are holding a coffee morning and table top attic sale this Saturday from 10am-midday at St Paul and St Luke's Church in Old Chester Road, Rock Ferry.

For further details and to book sale table, cost £5, call Jenny on 0151 513 2645.

My Fair Lady

WALLASEY-based St Paul's Musical Theatre Company’s production of My Fair Lady will be staged next month.

The show - at at the Floral Pavilion in New Brighton from October 24-26 - features songs such as With a little bit of luck and I could have danced all night.

Tickets from box office on 666 0000.

Ladies Golf

WARREN Ladies, a small friendly club, is looking for new and experienced ladies to play golf at the Warren, Grove Road, Wallasey.

Sessions take place on Monday and Thursday mornings.

Players of all abilities welcome. Call Cathy on 07866 902 020 for further information