DCSIMG

NEWS IN BRIEF: The stage beckons for teenage Sarah

A TEENAGE drama student has become the youngest director of Barnsley’s Thurgoland Thespians since the group was first founded 39 years ago.

Sarah Hayter, 14, a pupil at Penistone Grammar School, has taken charge of the production of James and the Giant Peach and its cast of around 40 children. Performances continue this afternoon at 5.30pm.

Curb your speed

The next 20’s Plenty for Sheffield meeting takes place upstairs at The Rutland Arms pub in Brown Street on Monday.

Guest speaker at the event about speed limits on city streets will be Danny Dorling, Professor of Human Geography at The University of Sheffield.

I predict a show...

TOP clairvoyant Steven Holbrook is in Sheffield this month. He performs at the Holiday Inn Royal Victoria, on Victoria Station Road, from 7pm on Thursday October 18. Tickets cost £16, or £17 on the door. Call 0114 252 1374 to book.

That’s the style

FREEBIES from nail wraps to limited edition Diet Coke bottles will be on offer when The Jean Paul Gaultier style bus opens to shoppers in Barker’s Pool, Sheffield, from 11am until 6pm tomorrow.

 

Comments

 
 

Back to the top of the page