The Underground Beer Club
Cellar Bar, City Road
The Underground Beer Club- a new way to discover BEER of all varieties with good company and knowledgeable hosts. Andy and Aki get things rolling by introducing each beer. A short description and the tasting begins.
A unique way to try several new beers and discuss them with like minded people!
A fun informal night.
Tickets can be purchased or reserved in advance
at the Cellar
via FB, or Twitter.
On the night everyone is asked to bring along a beer to swap with others- sharing one you love and taking one to try out at home! A beer to swap can also be purchased on the night from the Cellar Bar if you prefer.This magical event can also be booked for your home or office.
See This review from Chester Beer Blog:
Make Space CIC is a developing community for people in the North West who are looking for more joy, fulfilment and soul-full-ness in their lives. A place where like-minded people can share inspiration, ideas and joy! There will be speakers, workshops, events, meditation and much more, and we launch in March!
We have Nick Williams coming to Liverpool for the very first time to speak on inspiration and what it means for each of us, and on Friday 21st Nick is leading an intimate lunch and workshop, enabling us to ‘dig deeper’ into where we find inspiration personally and how we inspire others. It’s going to be a wonderful time and I hope people will come and join in, and support this new venture.
Here is the link for more information and booking:
Poetry and Music afternoons at Harvest Moon Cafe, Northgate Street, Sundays
- March 8th, Hoole Community Centre, International Women’s Day. Each year around the world, International Women’s Day is celebrated on 8 March. Hundreds of events are held not just on this date but throughout March to mark the economic, political and social achievements of women. Activities arranged included, music and dance performances, market stalls, displays and information, tombola, raffle, and cafe.
**********International Film Festival************- Chester Film Society
March 6-15, 2014
St Mary’s Centre,
St Mary’s Hill,
Providing the people of Chester and surrounding areas the chance to see some of the finer films of world cinema in a relaxing and appreciative atmosphere since 1970.
Chester Film Society is a member of the British Federation of Film Societies (BFFS), which has been representing the film society movement since 1925.
They provide a selection of new releases and classics, with varying themes and genres, many of which have bypassed the North West of England, but always chosen to interest, intrigue and entertain.
Movies are shown in a variety of locations within Chester, such as the Steam Mill, The Little Theatre or St Mary’s Centre.
Doors open each night at 7.00pm, with films starting at 7.45pm. Refreshments are available to buy before the film starts.
***********************************Alexander’s Rufus Court
WEDNESDAY NIGHT AT THE MOVIES:
7:30 pm Every Wednesday –
Popcorn and other food available
For a list of the upcoming films
March 5 , Duel- March 12, Philomena- March19 -The Lady Killers- and March 26, Little Shop of Horrors
Live Comedy ,Saturday Nights at Alexander’s, Rufus Court
The LIVE ROOMS – Comedy Nights
Saturdays, 7pm , £10
Creative Writing and Acting:
Chester Micro Plays.
Telford’s Warehouse – see web site for up to date information
See Dan Schott’s Musical Weekend Posts for all the up to date music info for Chester!
Chester Philharmonic Orchestra Present an American Evening on March 1. Chester Cathedral.
Tickets can be purchased at the Visitor Centre, next to the Town Hall.
The Live Rooms , (in the old Laugh Inn building)