What’s on in St Helens

The new show, One of us will die, comes to the Citadel
The new show, One of us will die, comes to the Citadel
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Find out what’s going in the clubs, theatres and social groups across St Helens.

Wednesday, February 5

Diabetes UK’s St Helens and District Group met in the town hall from 7.30pm where the speaker will be Helen Pattie on ‘The 15 Healthcare Essentials of Diabetes’.

Friday, February 7

One of Us Will Die, the new show by husband and wife comedy pairing Gareth Berliner and Kiruna Stamell comes to the Citadel in St Helens. Gareth is a stand-up comedian and Kiruna is an actor with dwarfism. The show offers hope and laughs for those that think they‘ll never meet “the one” and the laughter of recognition from those that already have! Tickets priced £8 from the box office on 01744 735436.

Monday, February 10

Queen’s Park Local History Group meet in the lounge of the Sprayhurst Social Club on Boundary Road. Local historian Chris Coffey will speaking about family life during World War One. The meeting starts at 7pm.

Monday, February 17

The next meeting of the St Helens Historical Society will be at the Friends Meeting House in Church Street where the guest speaker will be Tony Sweeney discussing ‘The Deadly Flu’. The meeting will start at 7.30pm.

Thursday, February 27

The next meeting of the Newton-le-Willows Gardeners Association will be held at Newton Sports and Cricket Club, starting at 7.30pm, The speaker will be Matthew Smith from Brighter Blooms, who will give a talk about summer and autumn flowering bulbs.

Saturday, March 1

The Helen Marie Friends charity holds a coffee morning at Rainford Parish Hall. Admission costs 50p and there will be a cake stall, tombola and raffle.

Wednesday, March 19, 20, 21 and 22

Rainford Amateur Dramatics Society present The Haunting of Hill House, a suspense drama by Shirley Jackson. Tickets priced £7 from Myra on 01744 883350.