Local Events

 

 LOCAL EVENTS FOR 2022

JANUARY 2022
26 January:
Harrow Arts Centre – Kindness: A Legacy of the Holocaust at 7pm. Ages 11+ | The Elliott Hall £10 / £8 Concessions / £6 Schools. Kindness is largely a verbatim play based on the testimony of Hungarian survivor Susan Pollack MBE, aged only 13 when she was sent to the notorious Auschwitz-Birkenau in the summer of 1944. Co-authored by Cate Hollis and Mark Wheeller. Kindness has been described as “beautiful and empowering” and “compelling and emotive”. Features a Special Post Show Q&A with Cate Hollis, Mark Wheeller, Susan Pollack and other special guests.

27 January: Harrow Arts Centre – Holocaust Memorial Day Event at 7pm, LIVE STREAMED from the Elliott Hall. People of every faith or no faith are invited to Harrow’s Holocaust Memorial Day Event to hear first-hand accounts of the Holocaust, from members of the Uyghur community and much more. With musical performances and special guest speakers including Lord Daniel Finkelstein, join us for an evening of remembrance. To register or for more info, visit www.harrowarts.com.

FEBRUARY 2022
12-13 February:
Harrow Arts Centre – The Wind in the Willows. Ages 4+ Price£12 / £10 Concessions. 1hr 50mins with a short interval. Immersion Theatre (Cinderella Panto 2021, The Jungle Book 2021, The Three Musketeers 2021) returns to Harrow Arts Centre. Join Ratty, Mole, Badger, and the irrepressible Toad as they embark on the adventure of a lifetime culminating in a colourful battle to save Toad Hall from the mischievous weasels! Multi-award nominated Immersion Theatre proudly brings its trademark style and energy to the riverbank with heaps of interaction, stunning costumes, toe-tapping music, and larger-than-life characters.

26 February: Harrow Arts Centre – The Rocket Man – A Tribute to Elton John at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £25; 2 hours including interval. Jimmy and his amazing live band will take you down the Yellow Brick Road with glorious Elton hits, including, Saturday Night’s Alright, Crocodile Rock, I Guess that’s why they call it the Blues, Daniel, I’m still Standing, Philadelphia Freedom, Your Song and many many more. With dazzling costumes, stunning vocals and sensational piano solos, take a journey through Elton’s life and career, live on stage. Contact the Box Office on 020 3773 7161 or visit www.harrowarts.com for more information and Covid measures.

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  1. karoline latchman

    Please would you mind posting this on your events page just for this week.

    An evening with best selling author Adele Parks is taking place at the Pinner Village Hall on Thursday 18th October at 7.30pm, when she will be talking about her new book ‘I Invited Her In’.
    All profits from the evening are being split between The Alzheimer’s Society and The Pink Ribbon Foundation.
    Tickets are £10 and include a signed copy of her book.
    A huge thank you to Alan Carr from Pulver Carr for supporting our event.
    For tickets please contact pinnerevent@gmail.com or 07917 322661

    Many thanks,
    Karoline Lacthman

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