Christmas Sale and Pom-Pom Making at Stephen Joseph Theatre
Costumes, china, glassware, vintage clothing, play scripts, props and more will be on the table in the Stephen Joseph Theatre’s Christmas sale on Saturday 28 November.
After the success of its 60th anniversary spring sale, the theatre in Scarborough is now welcoming everyone to a festive fair where they can pick up a bargain and help to raise money in support of new writing and emerging artists.
The theatre has been rehousing its wardrobe, prop and costume facilities on site following a renovation project earlier this year and has a variety of items ready to go to a new home.
Visitors are also invited to get crafty in pom-pom making sessions and could see their woolly creations used in the upcoming Christmas play, Hansel and Gretel, which runs from 10 to 27 December. All equipment will be supplied however the theatre greatly welcomes any donations of red wool in the lead up to the sale.
Production Manager Denzil Hebditch said:
"We’ve unearthed a treasure trove of items from clearing out our stores, everything from clothing to glassware, books and play scripts to crockery, curios and much more. We had a great response to our spring sale and there are lots more fantastic pieces which could be perfect as a gift or perhaps as a treat for yourself – we won’t tell!"
The Christmas sale is open to all and entry is free. It takes place in the Round auditorium on 28 November from 10am to 4pm and craft sessions will be held in the upper foyer. Refreshments will also be available from the Bistro throughout the day.
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