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There is a series of talks at the Heritage Centre at Pembroke Dock again. Friday December 7th Women in Pembrokeshire during WW! By Dr Simon Hancock  6.00pm

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There is a series of talks at the Heritage Centre at Pembroke Dock again..  Friday November 2nd Life and Death of a Submarine Hero by Ted Goddard 6.00pm

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There is a series of talks at the Heritage Centre at Pembroke Dock again..  Friday October 5th Uncovering our WW1 past by Linda and Stuart Asman 6.00pm

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Health and Well-being! / Pembrokeshire Talking Newspapers needs more readers
« on: September 22, 2018, 01:49:28 PM »
 Pembrokeshire Talking Newspapers needs more readers at the moment. I have done it for a couple of
years. It is not strenuous but you need a nice clear voice, accents are perfectly acceptable and a
knowledge of Welsh pronunciation is very helpful. You would need to be available for a couple of
hours one morning every 4 weeks and it takes place at the Western Telegraph offices just beyond
Withybush airfield.

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History (including Local History) / Series of talks on WW1
« on: September 22, 2018, 01:48:19 PM »
There is a series of talks at the Heritage Centre at Pembroke Dock again.

This year they centre around WW1.
       On Friday October 5th Uncovering our WW! past by Linda and Stuart Asman
       Friday November 2nd Life and Death of a Submarine Hero by Ted Goddard
       Friday December 7th Women in Pembrokeshire during WW! By Dr Simon Hancock
 Doors open at 6.00pm

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3 March 2014 - 08 March 2014

Milford Haven Amateur Operatic Society Present
'All 4 One ‘The Musical’

Book and lyrics by Kevin Heuston | Music by John Trent Wallace


Following the 'sell-out' productions of 'Me and My Girl' and 'Oklahoma', Milford Haven Amateur Operatic Society presents West Wales’ premiere production of 'All 4 One' the musical.

Dramatically set in 17th Century France the story is inspired by the world famous novels of Alexandre Dumas. Heuston and Trent Wallace the writers of All 4 One have created a spectacular and rousing musical combining the 'swash' buckling excitement of the Three Musketeers with the soul searching tragedy of The Man In The Iron Mask.

D'Artagnan, our hero, comes of age as a magnificently brave swordsman, his dream is rewarded when he is appointed a Musketeer and finds true love with Bonacieux. D'Artagnan joins his fellow Musketeers, Aramis, Athos and Porthos to fight for King Louis XIV. They proudly sing: 'All for One, One for All, All for One, Together we will fall!’
 
Corruption and cruelty are later revealed when Louis' twin brother, Philippe, the true King of France, is freed from the torture of the Bastille. Haunting solos from Anne of Austria, their mother, complete the pathos and the 'guilt' she feels for giving up her ' rightful' son and heir to the throne.

Gregarious comedy, bawdy tavern scenes and the search for true honour will have you on the edge of your seats and reaching for your 'swords'.

All for One and One for All... En garde!

Time: Monday 3 - Saturday 8 March 7.30pm
Tickets: £11 | £9 Concession on Mon and Tue only | Buy 4 get 1 free
(Cheapest Price Ticket is the Free one) on Monday night only

Space: Main House

For U3A Group booking contact Anne Church (Secretary) details of how to in the Newsletter
 

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