On Thursday 22nd Nov 2018 we gave a performance of our comedy play “Snowed in” at Chorlton Good Neighbours coffee morning. 110 people were crammed into the hall to watch the play which was received with great enthusiasm. The Lord Mayor of Manchester was there too
Chorlton Good Neighbours shared a post. Published by Bernard Leach · 3 mins · “That’s Manchester” Video of the final rehearsal for our play “Snowed In” that we performed yesterday in from of over 100 people at Chorlton Good Neighbours
Chorlton Good Neighbours Drama Workshops Suitable for all Ages and all abilities. Booking Now! “Getting Older in Manchester Means Getting Bolder & Having More Fulfilling Lives!” Ten weekly subsidised morning sessions starting on Wednesday September 19th 2018 in Wilbraham St Ninian’s Church Hall, Corner of Egerton Road South/Wilbraham Rd, Chorlton. 10-12 noon Make new friends, GainContinue reading CGN Drama Workshops start on Sep 19th
“Chorlton Good Neighbours (CGN) put on a fabulous piece of dramatic comedy titled Lovechester 1970, written by local volunteer and playwright Nakib Narat. Over the past ten weeks, volunteers and older members of CGN have worked together to practice and perform this short play, which includes singing, poetry and a tipsy vicar. “
In the lead up to our performance of ‘LoveChester 70s – What Are You Doing Sunday Baby’ at at HOME as part of their ” A City Seen” series on Monday July 23rd, a film about the making of the play and how it came about was shown. The film was made by Marc Grundy, whoContinue reading ‘LoveChester 70s – the Film!
Following our successful performance of ‘LoveChester 70s – What Are You Doing Sunday Baby’ at the Good Neighbours coffee morning on Thurs July 12th, the CGN drama group gave our public world premiere, (and only public performance) of the play at HOME as part of their ” A City Seen” series on Monday July 23rd LeadingContinue reading Lovechester 1970s has its world premiere at HOME!
What are you doing on Thursday 10am 12th July? If you are local to Chorlton, Whalley Range and Moss Side come and get your groove on to see a fun, new, comedy musical comparing life in Chorlton today with the 1970s: Bagpuss, space hoppers, Curly Wurlies, heatwaves, power cuts and flares contrasted to ageing inContinue reading Lovechester 1970s – What Are You Doing Sunday Baby?
At the end of what has been a successful year for Chorlton Good Neighbours, we had our Christmas Meal at the Hough End Centre. There were over 100 people at the meal, a highlight of which was a visitation by Angel Dennis (see below), a lot of dancing and Helen informing us that GoodContinue reading Good Neighbours Christmas Meal 2017
On Tuesday 14th October Chorlton Good Neighbours visited Rivington Barn in Bolton. After a delicious meal we were entertained by our host and compere John Norcott. The afternoon was spent dancing and singing along to many an uplifting song, followed by a game or two of Bingo. Many thanks to all the volunteers who madeContinue reading Trip to Rivington Barn
Good Neighbours Open Day, May 31st 2014 Wilbraham St Ninian’s Church and Chorlton Good Neighbours held an open day on May 31st. . The Good Neighbours Garden was open and looking good. Paul was looking very fine in his outfit for the dancing that was taking place in the Church Hall later Meanwhile Tony wasContinue reading Good Neighbours Open Day
Good Neighbours Christmas Party The annual Good Neighbours Christmas Party was held on Sunday Dec1st 2013. It was a full house for the meal, raffle and entertainment provided by the Leetones – daughter Lisa and father Tony. This was a great start to the Christmas period with both users and volunteers having a a great time.
Mary and her mum, Rowena O’Mahoney doing an impromptu version of the Lambeth Walk at a Melodics singing group practice at Chorlton Good Neighbour son Thurs July 4th 2013
Sunday Tea with the Leetones After Christmas it was back to normal for the Good Neighbour’s Sunday Teas which take place the first Sunday of each month. At this tea, members were entertained by the Tony and Lisa of the Lee Tones who sang such songs as Mary Wells’s “My Guy”, Connie Francis’s “Who’s SorryContinue reading Sunday Tea with the Leetones
On Sunday July 1st the Northern Belly Company (www.northernbellycompany.com) paid a visit to the Chorlton Good neighbours Sunday Tea and gave a performance of their dances. They then showed the clothes and decorations they used for the dances and got some users and volunteers to participate