KoolBa Restaurant.

 

PLEASE NOTE: APPLICATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED FOR THE VISIT TO KOOLBA RESTAURANT ON  WEDNESDAY 2ND OCTOBER.

I’M SORRY – IT’S POINTLESS TRYING TO CURRY FAVOUR – NO MORE TIKKAS TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE, OUR ALLOCATION OF FIFTY THREE ALREADY BEING TAKEN UP.

JANETTE

9 to 5 – The Musical.

THE INITIAL ALLOCATION OF 63 TICKETS FOR THIS SHOW HAVE NOW ALL BEEN SOLD.

Unfortunately, as we cannot buy any more tickets at the original price, we are unable to accept any further applications.

Sorry y’all. 

The Mousetrap -Applications closed!

LOOK – I KNOW THIS WILL SOUND CHEEZY, AND I’LL TRY TO BE AS HUMANE AS POSSIBLE, BUT THE APPLICATION PROCESS FOR TICKETS TO SEE THE MOUSETRAP ON 31st OCTOBER HAS JUST SLAMMED SHUT! 

Or to put it another way – all seventy-five tickets for the outing have now been taken up. 

Many thanks again for your continued support of The Association.

JANETTE

The Mousetrap - poster

Pitlochry Festival Theatre: Blithe Spirit

On the  the 26th June, eighty-three of us went to Pitlochry Festival Theatre to see Blithe Spirit  by Noel Coward.
A very good play with great acting was enjoyed by all pensioners, and as you can see from the photos we were extremely lucky with the weather.
Janette 
(Click on the images below for expanded view.)

Dusty Won’t Play. (A Play, A Pie & A Pint.)

Dusty Won't Play
Today seventy-three of us were fortunate to attend the Play,  Pie and a Pint series at the Oran Mor, Glasgow.
(Click on the following pictures to enlarge.)
Dusty Won’t Play was based on Dusty Springfield’s tour of South Africa in 1964 when she took a stand against apartheid .A brilliant play and great vocals from Frances Thorburn.
Well worth a visit for those who were unable to be there today
Janette

The Diet Can Wait ….

Details of three new outings for the autumn have been posted to the ‘Upcoming Events’ page:

The Mediterraneo Restaurant

The KoolBa Restaurant

The Mousetrap. (Not a restaurant.)

The House on Cold Hill.

On the 30th May , 61 pensioners went to the Theatre Royal Glasgow to see The House on Cold Hill by Peter James. Glad to report that it was a very good play and we were not  spooked  too much by this supernatural play
Janette