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Museum Mouse’s Sun Trail

Stockport Museum Museum Mouse loves the sun. Can you find him his favourite objects which remind him of the sun? Suitable for ages 2 to 7 Tue 5 November 4.30pm - 7pm

Grow your new business 1-2-1 advice

Stockport Central Library Have you recently started a business, or are you in the first 3 years of trading? Is the business based in the Stockport local authority area? If so, why not book a slot to receive some relaxed, friendly 1-2-1 advice from a GC Business Growth Hub Business Advisor. Free

Thu 7 November 7.30pm - 10pm

Sing with Crystal Chords

(And every Thursday) Stockport Masonic Guildhall 169-171 Wellington Road South If you think you’ll enjoy singing and performing a cappella style, why not come along and see what Crystal Chords is about. They are an award-winning chorus which enjoys performing, and competing at home and abroad. They sing a cappella and belong to the Ladies Association of British Barbershop Singers. Get in touch if you plan to visit, just in case there’s a change to the schedule. Email Fri 8 November 2pm - 4pm

Create jewellery in pewter

(And every Wednesday) Stockport Town Hall Pop along to the weekly tea dance with a tea/coffee interval and try your chances in the raffle. £2.70 on the door

Stockport War Memorial Art Gallery Join artist Bee Morrison as she introduces you to the Art of Pewtercraft. Bee will help you design your own brooch or pendant made from thin pewter sheet using simple tools to produce a raised design. Age: 16 and over Price: £5 suggested donation Booking essential: 0161 474 4453

Wed 6 November 4.30pm - 7.30pm

Fri 8 November 9pm - 1am

Stockport College Find out more about the courses available and to meet the tutors.

Stockport Guildhall, 169 - 171 Wellington Road South The Ballroom plays the best Tamla Motown, Soul Disco and Jazz Funk. The En-Suite Room playing great Northern Soul tunes with Dj’s recreating the magical age of Wigan Casino and the Twisted Wheel. £5 Members £7 non members

Wed 6 November 1.30pm - 4pm

Tea Dance

Stockport College Open event

Wed 6 November 7.45pm - 10.30pm

Outside the Box Comedy Club

Garrick Theatre The Garrick showcases the cream of the comedy crop with big names fresh from the comedy circuit. Rob Rouse (Upstart Crow ), Adam Rowe (Liverpool comedian of the year winner), Scott Bennett (Chortle One to Watch 2018 and 2019), Hayley Ellis (Absolute radio and Radio 4). £14 plus booking fee Thu 7 November 2pm - 2.30pm

Central Library Storytime

Stockport Central Library Stories, rhymes and songs. Suitable for pre-school children. Free

Night Owl Soul Club

Saturday 9th November 10am - 4pm

Makers Market Market Place

Sat 9 November 2pm - 2.30pm

Poetry reading - Reclaiming a lost voice Stockport War Memorial Art Gallery Poetry reading in the ‘Hall of Memory’ by Actress, Caroline Harding. James Lyons is one of the forgotten poets of the Great War. The discovery of his collection of poems ‘Gleam

O’Pearls’ has resulted in the publication of ‘Do You Remember’ his selected poems edited by the poet Robert Cochrane. Suitable for ages 11+ Free, just drop in. Sat 9 November 7.30pm

Stockport Symphony Orchestra

Stockport Town Hall Bloch: Schelomo Mahler: Symphony no 5 Conductor Mark Heron Info: Sun 10 November 10am - 4pm

Vintage Village

Stockport Covered Market Hall Vintage clothing and accessories for men and women, vintage jewellery, homewares, decorative items, textiles, luggage, furniture, curios and collectables. £2. Concessions £1.50. Under 12’s free Sun 10 November 11.15am - 3.30pm

Palette knife painting workshop Stockport War Memorial Art Gallery This workshop is aimed at painting landscapes and abstracts with a palette knife in oils. All materials supplied. Refreshments available but please take a packed lunch. Suitable for ages 16+ and all abilities £45 Booking essential: 07886 338285. Mon 11 November 5pm - 9pm

Mindfulness taster session (for ladies only)

Stockport Health and Fitness Centre This session includes sitting, moving and walking meditations which can help to relax, improve sleep and make you feel happier. Book your session on: 0161 480 4050 Members: £2 Non-members: £5 21 St Petersgate, SK1 1EB Tue 12 November 1:30pm-3:30pm

Mindfulness colouring for adults Stockport War Memorial Art Gallery Life is stressful so why not take some

time to relax and put your focus elsewhere for a while. Come and colour in some beautiful designs that you can take away with you. All materials provided or you may bring your own books to colour in. Free Tue 12 November 6pm

Fostering open evening

Stockport Town Hall If you’re interested in fostering, learn about what it takes to become a foster carer, the different types of fostering and the specialist scheme. You will also hear about the fostering process, how to become a foster carer and you will be given the opportunity to speak to an existing Stockport foster carer about their experiences of fostering. More info: 0161 474 3400. Tue 12 November to Sat 16 November 7.30pm -10pm

A Steady Rain

Garrick Theatre Two Chicago policemen discuss their role in a traumatic case. They inadvertently return a Vietnamese boy to a cannibalistic serial killer claiming to be the child’s uncle. A gripping drama, this strongly written play enticed cinematic giants Hugh Jackman and Daniel Craig to take the roles of the Chicago cops for its Broadway premiere in 2009. Contains strong language and deals with adult themes. £8.50. Concessions £7.50 Wed 13 November 2pm - 4pm

Stockport Disability, Transport and Access Forum

Stockport Homes, Cornerstone, 2 Edward Street, SK1 3NQ The forum’s main objectives are to consult and assist with planning, raising awareness of individual issues, removing barriers to access and contributing towards solutions where necessary. The forum meets on the second Wednesday of each month


Totally Stockport Magazine Issue 10  

All thats great in Stockport Town Centre including the full Christmas schedule

Totally Stockport Magazine Issue 10  

All thats great in Stockport Town Centre including the full Christmas schedule