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

Produced and directed by Brenda Davies with music direction by Sian James, the show is at the Floral Pavilion in New Brighton from October 24-26.

The cast features Rebecca Hulse as Eliza Dolittle, David Oliver as Henry Higgins and John Phipps as Colonel Pickering. Tickets from 666 0000.

Self defence

A SELF defence course organised by West Kirby Aikido Club will take place on Fridays October 11, 18, 25 and November 1 at West Kirby Concourse function room from 7.30–8.30pm.

Suitable for men and women of all ages.

No experience needed, but will be of particular interest to those who ‘used to do’ martial arts.

Admission £20, if booked in advance, £25 on the night.

Coffee morning PALS are holding a coffee Morning with brac-a-brac sale at St Paul and St Luke’s Church in Old Chester Road, Rock Ferry this Saturday from 10am-midday.

New Brighton Townswomen

More tea Vicar? is the title of a talk to New Brighton Townswomen’s Guild this Thursday.

The group meets at Emmanuel Church Hall in Seabank Road, Wallasey, session starts 1.45pm.

D-Day talk

OPERATION Overlord 75 Years On - The D-Day Landings is the subject of Deeside Lecture Society’s presentation next Thursday, October 17.

The Lecture starts at 7.30pm in the Small Hall at United Reformed Church, Meols Drive, West Kirby, CH48 5DA, it starts at 7.30pm.

New Members and Visitors welcome. Further details and Full 2019/20 Programme at www.deesidels.weebly.com

Christmas fair

A CHARITY Christmas Fair will be held at Claremount Church in Wallasey later this month.

Taking place at the venue on Saturday, October 26 from 10-2pm, it will be a chance to buy cards from a large selection of local and national charities which is free entry.

There will also be refreshments, including a hot drink and a bacon butty. 

Cheshire Cats

THE Cheshire Cats play every Wednesday at the Poulton Vics Club.

The evening features rock ‘n’ roll music to live bands. Entrance. £1.50. Raffle £1.

All proceeds go to Disabled and Sick children’s Charities.

Book fair

WIRRAL Book Fair will be held at the Floral Pavilion in New Brighton this Saturday from 11am-4pm.

Among the books for all tastes and ages is a special collection of pop-up books as well as Beano and Dandy annuals - classic and recent, local history titles, postcards and suitably scary books for Halloween.

There will be a guest appearance and book signing from top-selling author Stephen Done, from 11am-1pm.

Historians Richard Jackson and David Hearn be will also be on hand throughout the afternoon as well as Cathy Roberts, author of Tales of the Mersey Moggies.

Admission Free.

Christmas show

PORT Sunlight Players are looking for new members to join them for their production of Christmas Cracker .

The show will feature songs from musicals as well as Christmas songs.

If you would like to join them rehearsals take place upstairs at The Lever Club in Greendale Road, Port Sunlight from 7.30-9pm on Monday evenings.

Children can also join too from 6-7.30pm.


BERTRAM Badminton Club is looking for new players.

It plays at Westbourne Hall in West Kirby on Tuesdays from 8-10pm. It plays mainly for fun.

For more details call Clive on 0151 342 6847 or 07790049262, or just turn up on a Tuesday night.


A “MEDITATION & Mindfulness” class is held a on Thursdays at Hoylake Community Centre in Hoyle Rd, Hoylake.

Sessions start at 7.30pm. Details from 0151 652 2210.

Show tunes

ROCK Ferry Operatic present a concert of songs from the musicals later this month.

The show, at Gladstone Theatre in Port Sunlight on Wednesday and Thursday, October 23-24, features solos and medleys from musicals including Oliver, West Side Story, Phantom, The Lion King and more. Performances start at 7.30pm.

Tickets on the door or from 645 1369.

Details from www.rockferryoperatic.co.uk

School's AGM

WEST Kirby Grammar School Old Girls annual general meeting takes place this Saturday.

Starts at 2.15pm in school followed by afternoon Tea.

Ticket £7.50. To book call 648 3290.

Sign language

A BRITISH Sign Language meet-up group session takes place at Mayer Hall in Bebington every Monday.

All sign language levels, deaf and hearing welcome.

Starts 6.30pm. For details, email deafworlduk@outlook.com or call/text 07941037444.

Prisoners art

AN exhibition of art work by prisoners will on view at St Stephen’s Church in Prenton from this Saturday until October 20.

The church will be open daily from 10am-4pm except Wednesdays which are 11.15am-4pm. Sunday services as normal.

There will be a talk in church on Wednesday, October 16 at 7.30pm by Mothers’ Union action & outreach, Joan Colwell.

It is the Last chance to view this exhibition in Wirral

Accordion club

WIRRAL Accordion Group is looking for more members.

Meets on Tuesdays at 7pm.

Details, 608 3273.

To advertise your event on our noticeboard, email craig.manning@ nqnw.co.uk or call 649 4050