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Chapel Arts Film Festival

A Film Group event

@ Chapel Methodist Church, Cost: Suggested donation £3

On Tue 24th Sep 2019, from: 19:30 to: 22:00

Contact: Shirley for more information

Join us at Chapel Methodist Church for the final flim of our Film Festival week which concludes Chapel Arts busy Art Week.

As our film licence only allows us to advertise the film title at the venue or via the Chapel Film email address please contact Shirley for the title of the film. If you are not already on the Chapel Film mailing list please do say in your email if you would like to be added to it.

Chapel Arts was formed to encourage the development of a broad range of arts in the Chapel-en-le-Frith area. Whether you are interested in Literature, Performing Arts, Film or Visual Arts and Crafts we hope you will find something to interest you and will come along to our events.

It is with great regret that Chapel Arts is closing most its activities in line with the Governments advice on social distancing. The Creative Writing Group and Spoken Word Evenings hope to continue online. We shall resume our other events once it is safe to proceed.

In the meantime why not enter our 2020-21 Short Story Competition. Closing Date 14 February 2021. Details on our Blog or listed on every Monday of our Calendar.

You can find information about Successes for our Creative Writing Group and also for one of our Trustees, Simone Hubbard on the Blog. Mark and Caroline's winning stories are on our Blog together with those of Steph, Simone and Pete. (Drops down under the Information Tab). They can be seen reading their stories on our Toutube channel (link above).

You might also enjoy these short films on the Peak in the Past website. The folktales filmed on location feature our own Mark Henderson.

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