Events

 

For upcoming events at Sutton Village Hall, please see the event list below.

 

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Event list

Coffee mornings 2021
Sutton Village Hall

All Sutton residents and friends are welcome to join us for coffee /tea and home-baked cakes from 11am to 1pm at the Village Hall on the following dates:

14th August

9th October

11th December

 

There is no charge, but donations towards funds are much appreciated.

Artist of the year competition

Sutton Village Hall announces its new annual competition for Artist of the Year. We are hoping for lots of entries to get us off to a good start, so please get creative and have a go.

 

Entry is free and open to all residents of the Parish of Sutton.

Two categories:  adult and junior (under 13 years)

Closing date:  31st May, 2021
 

Please submit your drawing or painting on a piece of paper not exceeding 30 x 40cms to The Croft, Church Road, Sutton with your name, email and age (if under 13 years) on the back. 

 

Entries will be displayed and annual trophies will be awarded to the winners at the coffee morning on 14th August.

For further information, please contact: barbaraandsam@btinternet.com

                                                                                                        

This competition has been organised by Sutton Village Hall and funded by the Central Bedfordshire Ward Councillor COVID-19 Grant Scheme, Councillor Wye‘s allocation.

Poet of the year competition

Get in touch with your inner muse

And banish all those Covid blues.

Why not enter our poetry competition?

 

Entry is free and open to all residents of the Parish of Sutton

Two categories:  adult and junior (under 13 years)

Closing date:  31st May 2021

 

Please submit your poem on any topic you like on a piece of A4 paper to The Croft, Church Road, Sutton with your name, email and age (if under 13 years) on the back.

Entries will be displayed and annual trophies will be awarded to the winners at the coffee morning on 14th August.

For further information, please contact: barbaraandsam@btinternet.com

                                                          

This competition has been organised by Sutton Village Hall and funded by the Central Bedfordshire Ward Councillor COVID-19 Grant Scheme, Councillor Wye‘s allocation.

Sutton flower festival - cancelled
Duck race - cancelled
All Saints Church / Sutton Packhorse Bridge

Due to Covid restrictions, the Sutton flower festival and duck race have been cancelled.

Kansas Smitty's House Band
Saturday 25th September 2021 - details to follow
Sutton Village Hall

We had hoped to welcome back The Basin Street Brawlers for this jazz evening, but we are sorry to say that they can't make it. However, their trumpeter, Peter Horsfall, has thankfully come to the rescue and will perform with three members of another band he plays in, Kansas Smitty's House Band.

 

This band performs at venues such as Ronnie Scott’s and BBC radio. It promises to be a great night, so do watch this space for further details and ticket availability. In the meantime, here's a video where you can get a taste of their music.

 

Great Expectations
Hotbuckle Productions 
Friday 19th November 2021 
Sutton Village Hall

We are pleased to welcome back Hotbuckle Productions with their adaptation of Charles Dickens "Great Expectations" this autumn. The date of Friday 19th November is now confirmed so please save the date and look out for ticket availability on this page. Depending on prevailing Covid restrictions, we may need to restrict numbers to this event.

 

"Hotbuckle are to be applauded for bringing classics to regional audiences in such an accessible and entertaining way" (whatsonstage)

Joe Broughton's Folk Ensemble

June 2022 - date tbc

Sutton Village Hall

We are delighted to announce the return of Joe Broughton's Folk Ensemble, a group of some 30+ young musicians from the Birmingham Conservatoire.

Here's a taste of their energy and musicianship on Youtube.