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Pilates Online with Helen Tudge

Tuesday 11 May at 11am

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£4.99

Please note - this is a live Zoom event and there is no replay available. This class gives all the benefits of Pilates without having to get down to the floor. Join Helen Tudge (MCSP) for a whole body workout, including strengthening and flexibility with particular emphasis on postural exercises. This class will be 45 minutes long. Equipment: You will need a dining style chair, comfortable clothing you can move in and footwear as we will be doing standing postures.

Shakespeare Onstage: 1660-1914

Wednesday 12 May at 11am

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£2.99

Please note - this is a live Zoom event and there is no replay available. Shakespeare’s plays have had a chequered and lively history from the re-opening of theatres in 1660. in the 17th and 18th century they were drastically re-written to suit contemporary tastes. The plays were sometimes used as star vehicles for great actors or a opportunity to create stage spectaculars in the Victorian period. Eventually in the 20th century more authentic texts were used and productions began to concentrate on Shakespeare’s words again.

Backpacking on a Pension Book – Part 2 – New Zealand

Thursday 13 May at 4pm

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After adventuresome Australia, Pamela Mclellan moves on to New Zealand, only to find on landing that her credit card was not working – no money - what can she do? Eventually hiking through ice tunnels on the Frans Joseph Glacier, hang gliding, white water rafting down a 22 foot waterfall, bathing in hot volcanic mud and walking the 10 mile Tongariro crossing round ‘Mount Doom’. Talk length - 44 minutes.

Pilates Online with Helen Tudge

Tuesday 18 May at 11am

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£4.99

Please note - this is a live Zoom event and there is no replay available. This class gives all the benefits of Pilates without having to get down to the floor. Join Helen Tudge (MCSP) for a whole body workout, including strengthening and flexibility with particular emphasis on postural exercises. This class will be 45 minutes long. Equipment: You will need a dining style chair, comfortable clothing you can move in and footwear as we will be doing standing postures.

Freewheeling Around Orkney

Wednesday 19 May at 11am

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£2.99

Please note - this is a live Zoom event and there is no replay available. How did an American billionairess end up in a remote Orkney grave? Why are Italian POW’s from North Africa heralded in Orkney? Who gave Stone Age man the idea for Stonehenge? Paul explores the answers to these question on a solo bike tour of some of the Orkney isles, looking into its history, both ancient and modern.

Curiosities of London Part 2

Thursday 20 May at 4pm

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London is like a free open-air museum and art gallery combined – when you know where to look. This talk will tell you how Doctor Snow stopped a Cholera pandemic, also where to find working gaslights, a quadriga, dragons and a statue of someone who was “very tall, in appearance most terrifying, having a great mass of the tawniest hair which fell to her hips”. Talk length - 43 minutes.

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An Afternoon with Liz Shakespeare – A Mirthy Book Club Event

Friday 21 May at 4pm

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£2.99

Please note - this is a live Zoom event and there is no replay available. For more than thirty years Liz Shakespeare has been writing books inspired by the history, the people and the landscapes of Devon. The Song of the Skylark is based on the actual experiences of a young parish apprentice sent to work on a remote Devon farm in the 1840’s. In this event, we shall be talking to Liz about being a local writer and the responsibilities of bringing characters from the past back to life through her narratives.

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