Telephone: 04 66 56 57 62
Please email or telephone us if there are any events you would like to attend and we can then put your name down; numbers are limited due to the size of the room!
Thursday 4 Nov 2.30-3.30.00
Friday 5 Nov 2.30-4.00
SCRABBLE afternoon in both French and English
Thursday 11 Nov2.30-3.30
Friday 12 Nov 3.00-4.00
‘Cheers Dylan’ animated reading excerpts from Dylan Thomas’ “Under Milkwood” by Clara and Paul Silber (Roy Hart Theatre Group)
Saturday 13 Nov 2.30-4.30
Lecture on Lime Washes by Muriel Besnard with a demonstration of various techniques that she used in her renovation work at Tea Potes
Thursday 18 Nov 2.30-3.30
Friday 19 Nov 5.00 for a 5.30 start
L’Opera Dou’s presentation of ‘L’Esir d’Amore’
Thursday 25 Nov 2.30-3.30
Friday 26 Nov 2.30-4.00
Tea Potes Book Club
The book for this month is: “Bury Me Standing” by Isabel Fonseca "
Thursday 2nd December 2.30-3.30
Friday 3rd Dec 5.00 for a 5.30 start
L’Opera Dou’s presentation of “The Nutcracker” ballet
Thursday 9 Dec 2.30-3.30
Friday 10 Dec 3.00-4.00
“Writing for Life” (A beautiful piece, funny and tender)a reading by Paul and Clara Silber (Roy Hart Theatre)
Saturday 11 Dec 11.00-12.00
Adam Thorpe will be reading excerpts from his book “The Standing Pool”.
Adam will have signed copies of his book in TEA POTES for sale.
Review from the Independent newspaper: The Standing Pool, By Adam Thorpe
Adam Thorpe's latest novel enters cosy territory with the story of an English family's escape to rural France. Historians Nick and Sarah Mallinson are charmed by their new home, a remote Languedoc farmhouse.
The swimming-pool water may be as green as "lime jelly", but it's an improvement on their cramped Cambridge terrace. But then the resident gardener, loony Jean Luc, appears and the pastoral idyll starts to falter.
Thursday 16 Dec 2.30-3.30
Friday 17 Dec 2.30-4.00
Tea Potes Book Club:
The book for this month is: Black Swan Green by David Mitchell
Saturday 18 Dec 6.00-7.00
This will be followed by Carol Singing and mulled wine and mincepies. Everybody is welcome to come and join us in our merry-making after ‘A Christmas Carol’. Numbers are limited for the Reading.
PLEASE BOOK EARLY TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT FOR ANY OF THE ABOVE EVENTS.
We are having a fund-raising event for the new cancer charity in the Gard in January, 2011.
After our closure for the month of February, we will be starting the new season with a 4 day course of digital photo
Accommodation searches short, medium & long term
Help with house purchases (we are not an estate agent, therefore totally without bias)
Help with Utilities - English speaking contacts for all requirements (Banking, Insurance....)
English TV installation - Telephone & internet installations
Holiday Home / Gite Management (15 years experience in the UK Travel Industry)
Making friends - Helping with schools, creches, nannies, shopping, home-making...
Telling you how it is, no rose-tinted spectacles here.