Do you, or a member of your family, have memories of living in Stirchley in days gone by? We’d love to meet you! Pop in to meet members of Stirchley History Group at the Baths on Saturday 25 March; chatter about the past, share your personal stories about the area, bring in your memorabilia, and enjoy a trip down memory lane over a cuppa.
More details on the poster.
Stirchley Baths is hosting a number of the Bournville BookFest 2017 events including the #BTeens programme.
Saturday March 18, 10 – 12 & 1.30 – 3.30, Stop-motion animation workshops with Tim Allen
Monday March 20, 1.30-3.30 U5s Underwater Adventure drama workshop with Toni Midlane.
Sunday March 19, 4pm West Side Story – Film
Saturday March 25, 6pm Stirchley Youth Theatre Performance of The Stinky Cheese Man and other fairly stupid tales
Sunday March 26, 11-1pm Life Drawing
4pm Clueless – Film
Further details and how to book go on to the Festival website http://www.bournvillebookfest.com
Written and Performed by the critically acclaimed Francesca Millican-Slater, this amusing and gripping collection of short quirky tales is reminiscent of Roald Dahl’s stories for adults.
Dreamlike and darkly humorous, this live, late night radio show is inspired by the legendary radio shows of Ronnie Wood and Iggy Pop and includes tales of everything from love and obsession to technology and disconnection. Not to mention Pork Pies !!
Age recommended 16+ (Contains some mild swearing and sexual references)
Join ChangeKitchen CIC for a free half day training event over half-term; exploring food, cooking food and eating food! Pre-book your place, either as an individual or as a family group. All ages and levels of experience welcome.
During this half-term holiday, join us for our first Board Game Café and some good old-fashioned fun!
We’ve got stacks of board games to play as well as Bingo, Hopscotch, a Trivia Quiz and the game show classic; Play Your Cards Right! History Activity Trails around the building are also available.
Drop in. No need to book. Free family event in the Cinema Room. All ages and experience levels welcome. Children under 14 must be supervised.
Feel free to bring your own food and drinks. ChangeKitchen Café will also be open serving a family-friendly menu during the event.
If you have any old games you would be happy to donate for this, and future events, please drop these off at the Baths before 21 Feb.