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From A to B: Dance among the book shelves

Thursday 28th October, 11am and 2pm, Widnes Library
Tickets not required for either performance.  Free performance suitable for families.

Hawk Dance Theatre presents ‘Getting from A to B’ – an  immersive promenade performance around your Library!
Join 2 captivating performers as audiences are taken on an entertaining adventure around library spaces. Looking at choices and decisions we face in our lives, the highs, the lows and everything in between, this show is suitable for all the family! Performed to original poetry by Louise Fazackerley, performers lead audiences between bookcases, weaving our unique stories into one volume.

The Lost Luggage Porters
Saturday 6th November, 11am and 1pm, Halton Lea Library
Tickets not required for either performance.  Suitable for all ages.

Travel back in time with the Lost Luggage Porters to a world of monochrome, wonderment and curiosity. Join these silent movie characters in their quest to find the railway station, and experience their puzzlement and predicaments as they try to navigate their way through our modern-day metropolis. Accompanied by a soundscape of steam trains, watch as they explore the bizarre contents of their cargo ….. weird and wonderful tales unfold. Expect the unexpected!
Join us to experience the fun and spontaneity of walkabout theatre! This pop up theatre experience will have all the family laughing when you visit the library. There’s no need to book to see what tales these two will silently perform, just come to the library to choose some story books and to see some rollicking good fun!

Crankie making workshop
Saturday 20th November, 10.30-12.30pm, Widnes Library
Tickets £2 available to book online via Eventbrite or at any Halton Library

Create your very own family timeline story on a moving scroll with artist Laura Hennessey

Paint Your Story
Monday 8th – Saturday 13th November
Free, drop in, All libraries
Suitable for all ages
Pop into our libraries during this week and paint your very own story. We want you, the people of Halton, to share your creative, imaginative and out of this world stories with us on canvas. We will then display the colourful creations amongst the book shelves for all of Halton to see.

Stories of Victorian Runcorn: A local history talk
Tuesday 9th November, 6-7.30pm, Halton Lea Library
Tickets £2 available to book online via Eventbrite or at any Halton Library

A local history talk from Runcorn Historical Society.  Discover the Victorian history of Runcorn.
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Theatre: A Christmas Carol
Wednesday 1st December, 4.30pm, Runcorn Library, Granville Street.
Tickets £2 available to book online via Eventbrite or at any Halton Library

Come a long to the library this Christmastime to experience the classic Christmas story, A Christmas Carol performed by theatre company, A Place For Us.  The performance time is 50 minutes.

Theatre: A Christmas Carol
Thursday 2nd December, 4.30pm, Widnes Library
Tickets £2 available to book online via Eventbrite or at any Halton Library

Come a long to the library this Christmas time to experience the classic Christmas story, A Christmas Carol performed by theatre company, A Place For Us.  The performance time is 50 minutes.