Culture

February at The Mill

Rob Checkley
Posted by Rob Checkley, on February 1, 2019

Tom Thumb starring Adam Jessop (CBBC’s Powers) offers a perfect half-term treat for younger audiences. One night tiny Tom overhears Mum and Dad talking – there’s nothing left to eat so they are going to leave him and his six brothers in the forest! Outwitting his parents and an ogre, Tom shows everybody that even […]

Penny Brohn UK

Andy Davies
Posted by Andy Davies, on January 2, 2019

At Penny Brohn UK, we recognise that people affected by cancer need more than medicine. We see each person as a unique individual with their own set of hopes and needs – a whole person made up of mind, body, spirit and emotions. We are the only charity in the UK to take an integrated […]

Movies, Music & Manifesto

ShyManifesto

Andy Davies
Posted by Andy Davies, on January 2, 2019

Christmas may be over and winter has firmly arrived, but there’s still plenty to look forward to at The Mill this month. THE SHY MANIFESTO stars Theo Ancient who has recently been appearing as Albus Potter in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child in London’s West End. This is a bittersweet coming-of-age comedy drama about […]

Make Friends in Europe

Rob Checkley
Posted by Rob Checkley, on January 2, 2019

The Banbury and District Twinning Association  was set up in 1978 with the purpose of facilitating closer cooperation and friendship between local businesses, communities and individuals in Banbury and towns in Germany and France. In 1981 Banbury was formally twinned with Hennef in Germany and in most years there is a visit of people sharing […]

Visit Banbury

Andy Davies
Posted by Andy Davies, on January 2, 2019

Visit Banbury has existed as a volunteer-led community organisation since April 2014. Founded and energised by Tim Tarby-Donald, inspired by projects established by The Eden Project in Cornwall, the organisation has benefited from the help and assistance of many talented people, donating their time and resources freely, plus amazing collaborations with a variety of organisations. […]

Voices Across Time : Across its history

Voices Across Time : Across its history

Andy Davies
Posted by Andy Davies, on October 26, 2018

This community-based theatre company from Banbury began life performing a one-off concert in the Adderbury Institute in July 2016. Since then, it has grown into a small theatre powerhouse with 7 musical productions and a flourishing portfolio of community-based projects under its belt. But these productions aren’t your usual concerts or theatre shows… Voices Across […]

Discover Stratford

Discover Stratford

Andy Davies
Posted by Andy Davies, on October 15, 2018

One of the best known tourist destinations in England is Stratford upon Avon. The reason why so many descend on the town is well known especially in 2016 as they commemorated 400 years since the death of one of the greatest writers who ever lived – William Shakespeare. But, I am of there to look […]

Shakespeare’s England

Shakespeare's England

Andy Davies
Posted by Andy Davies, on October 15, 2018

As a small boy growing up in Warwick in the late 1950s, I used to play (they call it hanging around these days) with my friends in the grounds of Warwick Castle. It was, in those days, still owned and lived in by the Earl of Warwick who allowed ratepayers and their families free and […]

Hey Diddle Diddle

hey diddle diddle

Andy Davies
Posted by Andy Davies, on October 15, 2018

As the only dedicated arts provision in the area The Mill Arts Centre have a vision to inspire creativity and enrich the lives of our communities by providing a high quality, varied artistic, education and participatory programme. Offering communities, the chance to engage with and be entertained by a variety of art forms they play […]

Human Story Theatre

human theatre story

Andy Davies
Posted by Andy Davies, on October 15, 2018

Human Story Theatre: Gaye Poole and Amy Enticknap The driving force behind Human Story Theatre is a friendship between former nurse and encyclopaedia salesperson and now actor/writer, Gaye Poole, and actor, voiceover artist and medical role-player, Amy Enticknap. Their unique bond and their shared concerns over community healthcare have been pivotal in the creation of […]

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