This is a local social group to help eaters, drinkers, talkers and laughers meet new and existing friends, socialise and attend events in and around the Skipton area, even those you might not have thought of going to, build a community and ultimately to have a bit of fun and enjoy ourselves.
Events might include live music, dancing, meals out, beer festivals, theatre, cinema trips, pub quizzes, pub crawls, day trips, walking, cake and coffee get togethers, craft events, book reviews and the like...
Membership is free and there is no group cost to attend posted events. Obviously costs for entry to venues, to take part in paid activities, drinks, food, tickets, etc are the responsibility of those attending and a voluntary donation pot will be availabe for those that wish to contribute to the continuing operation of the group. Any excess will be donated to a mutually agreeable charity.
The Skipton E.D.T.L. Meet Up is open to people of all ages ( over 18 years ). If you have any ideas for future events or would like to host an event then please get in touch.
Anyone fancy a night out at the theatre Manchester?? Yesterday I met the lead actor in The Producers (Mel Brooks' cult comedy) - he is a friend of my brother and came over to Skipton. The play is a hoot! He says it has been so successful they are looking at their version maybe going on to the West End. It has had lots of 5-star reviews .. google them. I was thinking a car load of us could go .. maybe 2 cars. Few tickets are left. I rang the theatre. 4-6 seats available in Row F Stalls near stage - it is a theatre in the round set up. Cost £44. Anyone fancy it register interest here ... we can talk and get the tickets booked pronto. I am going to see if I can get us a back stage pass .... meet the actors perhaps (you can only ask can't you!) https://www.royalexchange.co.uk/whats-on-and-tickets/the-producers
Bring your brain. Orange Sainsburys bag on the table for ID purposes! Free supper halfway through quiz! If for any reason I can't make the quiz, would some other attendee put an A4 paper with a big 'M' on it on the table, thanks!