September 2015 News

Friday 28th August

Out of the Blue say a fond farewell to the Forest Fringe and prepare once more to make our own entertainment. Welcome back to our all year round programme of events, exhibitions, classes, workshops and much much more. OOTB Drill Hall residents Strange Town are back with an amazing range of drama classes for all ages and abilities. Our very own OOTB Drill Hall cafe’s Bruncheon (12th) has the best in mellow music and food. Freeze Frame are expanding horizons with a music and quiz night (18th) and a collaboration with Drill Hall residents Take One Action for a tasty meal and a movie (26th). The 26th also sees the return of the popular Flea Market rummage fest and the tables and decks are being wheeled out for a convivial night of play at Wiff Waff Wednesday (9th).
OOTB are sorry to see two stalwarts of the cafe team, Steph and Isi, moving on.  There is now a great job opportunity. Be an integral part of the Drill Hall Arts Cafe team as the Cafe Training and Development Manager.
September’s programme offers a wide a range of participatory opportunities; from classic Copenhagen Street Art to an exhibition, film screening and radical creative cafe from Wool Against Weapons and the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom.

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