Rooms: This modern hall has excellent facilities. The Main Hall is a large space capable of seating 200 with the stage to the north end, with full lighting, PA system full mixing system and a changing room make it an ideal venue for parties, stage productions and concerts. There is an upstairs Meeting Room is fully carpeted with comfortable seating and has PC’s, printers and with Internet connection with WiFi. The extensive spacious Kitchen facilities include fridge, freezer, microwave, pie warmer and comercial cooker. The toilet facilities are accessible to all. There is also a further Meeting Room on the ground floor which has refreshment and bar facilities.
Heating: Available throughout the hall Maximum Capacity: For the Premises Licence is 300 in total.
Equipment: The hall has adequate chairs and tables and there is ample crockery and cutlery available. The sports equipment includes table tennis equipment and badminton nets. The hall also benefits from a cinema quality screen with surround sound that is used on a regular basis for the Teesdale Cinema Club showing the latest films. This equipment is also available for PowerPoint presentations.
Parking: There is a designated car park with 24 spaces plus 2 marked accessible parking spaces. Roadside parking is also available. Bar Facility: Full bar facility available Access: Wide entrance to hall. Ramp at rear of the hall. Induction loop for the hearing impaired. The Village Field is next to the hall and is available to use for those special events, this is where the Village Carnival is held. Hire Charges:Contact the hall directly
Registered Charity Number: 1011422
Marion Hutchinson – 01833 640331 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Hall
Mickleton Village Hall was built in 1993, on the site of the no-longer-habitable 100 year old Church Institute. It’s a full-sized, award winning hall, built in one year entirely by the enthusiastic efforts of virtually everyone in the village. The Hall was formally opened by the Earl of Strathmore on Jan 1st 1994 and has been well used ever since. Its prime purpose is to serve the village and it’s three associated parishes; but its size and layout make it an ideal choice for private parties, weddings etc and business functions. It is also a popular venue for visiting theatre companies and musical events from R’n’B to choral concerts. It is used by a variety of clubs and organisations as well as Parish council meetings and much more besides. The hall is available for hire for: • Meetings/Seminars • Social Events • Wedding Receptions • Fairs and Sales • Rehearsals • Training • Functions • Parties • Dances • Sports Classes • Stage Productions/Concerts • Presentations with IT facilities Regular activities ongoing in the hall include the Cinema Club, Teesdale Day Clubs, stage productions and concerts and the extremely popular R ‘n’ B nights. To visit the MICKLETON LIVE website please click on the link below: http://mickletonlive.uk
Mickleton is a busy yet peaceful farming village in the valley beside the River Tees. The village has a population of around 350 and sits on what used to be the borders of the North Yorkshire Moors until the boundaries were redrawn to shift us into County Durham. But the views are still as beautiful! There are two thriving pubs, The Crown and the Blacksmiths Arms, a busy village garage, Mickleton Service Station, and a Post Office in the hall. ‘Beckstones Wath’ the new footbridge over the Tees – pictured above – with its connecting footpaths is becoming increasingly popular with walkers.
Sat01Dec20188:00 pmMickleton Village HallSue BrownTickets: £14 or £12 in advance
The Burning Hell is the alter-ego of Canadian songwriter Mathias Kom, and the band has been on the road in one form or another since 2007. Musically, the lineup and sound of the Burning Hell has been ever-changing, running the gamut from introspective folk to hyperactive rock and roll. This means both that no two Burning Hell records sound alike, and that the band can adapt to its surroundings like a karma of anthropomorphic chameleons, taking the audience on a supermarket-cart ride through hooky, upbeat pop songs, dark ballads about pet euthanasia, and anthems for barbarians, economic conferences, and love.
NOT TO BE MISSED!
Fri07Dec20186:00 pmMickleton Village HallDavid HutchinsonChildren £2 Adults £2.50
Starring: Adam Sandler, Andy Samberg, Selena Gomez
Directors: Genndy Tartakovsky
Brief synopsis: When the lonely Count Dracula goes on holiday with Mavis, his family and monster friends on a cruise ship Legacy, he immediately falls in love with the human Captain Ericka. However the mysterious woman has a secret that may jeopardize Dracula, his family and his monster friends. Who is Captain Ericka??
Runtime: 97 mins
Fri07Dec20188:00 pmMickleton Village HallDavid HutchinsonChildren £2 Adults £2.50
Starring: Lily James, Amanda Seyfried, Meryl Streep
Director: Ol Parker
Brief synopsis: Discover Donna's (Meryl Streep, Lily James) young life, experiencing the fun she had with the three possible dads of Sophie (Amanda Seyfriend). As she reflects on her mom's journey, Sophie finds herself to be more like her mother than she ever even realized.
Runtime: 114 mins
Wed12Dec20187:00 pmMickleton Village HallDonations
Carol service with Middleton-in-Teesdale Brass Band and Mickleton Ladies Barber Shop Choir
This is a family event open to all to celebrate Christmas and sing our favorite carols
Everyone is welcome, service is followed by Mince Pies and Ginger Wine.
Sat15Dec20188:00 pmMickleton Village HallSue Brown 01833 640854Tickets: £27 or £25 in advance
No matter what day of the week they come to town, every night is a Saturday night when The Urban Voodoo Machine hit the stage. A spectacular mash up of musical genres, instruments and carnival chaos on stage, they bring to the party everything we love about a live rock 'n' roll show. Without doubt they are one of the best bands on the UK live circuit right now, you should never miss the chance to check them out !!!
The Urban Voodoo Machine is a collective of shadowy, London based, ne’er do wells, led by Norwegian born songwriter/frontman Paul-Ronney Angel. Featuring up to twelve musicians at any given time, The ‘Machine mash-up guitars, twin drumers, fiddle, trumpet, tuba, banjo, washboard, upright bass, gong, mandolin, accordion, harmonicas, saxophone, sousaphone and even empty bottles and tie racks to create their unique brand of Bourbon Soaked Gypsy Blues Bop’n’Stroll.
“With their lurching sea shanties, debauched murder ballads, messed-up tangos and whiskey-soaked gypsy stomps, some reckon they’re from the same stable of stallions as Tom Waits and Nick Cave; others point out the last gang in town swagger of The Clash and the hellbound blues that John Lee Hooker first dragged out of the swamp”
The stars were very much aligned the night Paul-Ronney Angel was begged by a promoter to be the filling in a triple-bill band sandwich. Never one to turn down a knees-up, P-R realised he had 48 hours to put a band together. No problem! Trawling the dives and doss houses of London, he called in some favours, cracked some whips and so it was that The Urban Voodoo Machine lurched into life.
Having been an fantastic success for our 2015, 2016 and 2017 Xmas parties we have got them back again to celebrate our Christmas 2018
Paul-Ronney Angel – Lead Vocals, Acoustic & Electric Guitars, Mandolin, Banjo, Harmonica
George ‘Le Boner’ Simmonds – Trombone & Vocals
Slim – Accordion & Piano
The Reverend Gavin Smith – Upright Bass
The Late J-Roni-Moe – Drums
Jary – Drums, Cajon
Ane Angel – Sousaphone, Gong
Lucifire – Baritone Saxophone
Joe ‘Mongo’ Whitney – Wasboard, Bouzouki & Vocals
For more information and to buy tickets online visit mickletonlive.uk/
Fri21Dec20186:00 pmMickleton Village HallDavid HutchinsonChildren £2 Adults £2.50
Starring: Ewan McGregor, Hayley Atwell, Bronte Carmichael
Directors: Marc Forster
Brief synopsis: In the heartwarming live action adventure Disney’s “Christopher Robin,” the young boy who embarked on countless adventures in the Hundred Acre Wood with his band of spirited and lovable stuffed animals, has grown up and lost his way. Now it is up to his childhood friends to venture into our world and help Christopher Robin remember the loving and playful boy who is still inside.
Runtime: 104 mins
Fri21Dec20188:00 pmMickleton Village HallDavid HutchinsonChildren £2 Adults £2.50
Starring: Martine McCutcheon, Alan Davies, Jamie Foreman
Director: Steve Kelly
Brief synopsis: The Bromley Boys is a funny yet touching coming of age football memoir played out to the sights and sounds of late 60's Britain. Based on the hilarious novel by Dave Roberts, it recounts the author's highs and the lows supporting the worst football team in the country at the time - Bromley FC.
Runtime: 106 mins
Fri04Jan20196:00 pmMickleton Village HallDavid HutchinsonChildren £2 Adults £2.50
Starring: Dwayne Johnson, Karen Gillan, Kevin Hart
Director: Jake Kasdan
Brief synopsis: In a brand new Jumanji adventure, four high school kids discover an old video game console and are drawn into the game's jungle setting, literally becoming the adult avatars they chose. What they discover is that you don't just play Jumanji - you must survive it. To beat the game and return to the real world, they'll have to go on the most dangerous adventure of their lives, discover what Alan Parrish left 20 years ago, and change the way they think about themselves - or they'll be stuck in the game forever, to be played by others without break.
Runtime: 119 mins
Fri04Jan20198:15 pmMickleton Village HallDavid HutchinsonChildren £2 Adults £2.50
Starring: Billy Howle, Saoirse Ronan, Andy Burse
Director: Dominic Cooke
Brief synopsis: Based on Ian McEwan's novel. In 1962 England, a young couple find their idyllic romance colliding with issues of sexual freedom and societal pressure, leading to an awkward and fateful wedding night.
Runtime: 110 mins
Fri18Jan20196:00 pmMickleton Village HallDavid HutchinsonChildren £2 Adults £2.50
Starring: Jack Black, Cate Blanchett, Owen Vaccaro
Director: Eli Roth
Brief synopsis:The House with a Clock in its Walls, this magical adventure tells the story of 10-year-old Lewis, who goes to live with his uncle in a creepy old house. But this town's sleepy façade jolts to life when Lewis discovers that the house has a mysterious tick-tocking sound coming from its walls. Determined to find the ticking, Lewis uncovers a secret world of warlocks and witches and accidentally awakens the dead - forcing Lewis, his Uncle Jonathan and their neighbour, Mrs Zimmerman into a race against time to save the world.
Runtime: 105 mins
Fri18Jan20198:00 pmMickleton Village HallDavid HutchinsonChildren £2 Adults £2.50
Starring: Emma Thompson, Stanley Tucci, Ben Chaplin
Director: Richard Eyre
Brief synopsis: The Children Act is a compelling and powerful drama telling the story of Fiona Maye (Emma Thompson), an eminent high court judge presiding over ethically complex cases. As the demands of her job cause her marriage to Jack (Stanley Tucci) to reach tipping point, Fiona is asked to rule on the case of Adam (Fionn Whitehead), a brilliant young boy who is refusing a life-saving blood transfusion on religious grounds.
Runtime: 105 mins
Fri01Feb20196:00 pmMickleton Village HallDavid HutchinsonChildren £2 Adults £2.50
Starring: Richard Karn, Jason London, Elizabeth Foster
Directors: Joey Sylvester
Brief synopsis: Ten year old Amanda desperately wants a dog but her Dad won't let her. When she finds a young fox, she and her friend Maggie conspire to keep it as a pet. Little do they know the trouble that awaits as the fox is pursued by a pair of shady, bumbling Russians with an ulterior motive. Can Amanda and Maggie outfox the adults?
Runtime: 88 mins
Fri01Feb20198:00 pmMickleton Village HallDavid HutchinsonChildren £2 Adults £2.50
Starring: Christian Slater, Elizabeth McGovern, Max Irons
Director: Björn Runge
Brief synopsis: Behind any great man, there's always a greater woman - and you're about to meet her. Joan Castleman (Glenn Close): a highly intelligent and still-striking beauty - the perfect devoted wife. Forty years spent sacrificing her own talent, dreams and ambitions to fan the flames of her charismatic husband Joe (Jonathan Pryce) and his skyrocketing literary career. Ignoring his infidelities and excuses because of his "art" with grace and humour. Their fateful pact has built a marriage upon uneven compromises. And Joan's reached her breaking point
Runtime: 100 mins
Fri15Feb20196:00 pmMickleton Village HallDavid HutchinsonChildren £2 Adults £2.50
Directors: Karey Kirkpatrick, Jason Reisig
Brief synopsis: A yeti named Migo is convinced that a human known only as "Small Foot" is real and has to prove to his tribe that it does exist with the help of Meechee and the S.E.S - Smallfoot Evidentiary Society.
Fri15Feb20198:00 pmMickleton Village HallDavid HutchinsonAdults £2.50
Starring: Charlie Cox, Michael Caine, Michael Gambon
Director: James Marsh
Brief synopsis: A true crime film about a crew of retired crooks who pull off a major heist in London's jewellery district. What starts off as their last criminal hurrah quickly turns into a brutal nightmare due to greed. Based on infamous true events.
Runtime: 94 mins