Event Guide – May 2017

The monthly event guide is packed with things to do across the Borough. Check out the complete listing and be sure to share it with others 🙂

Shows, Exhibitions, Live Music, Pub Quizzes, Craft and Gift Fayres, Real Ale, Healthy Walks, Libraries, Youth Sports and lots lots more


Vortex – University Centre St. Helens Creative Arts Degree Show
Vortex showcases the exciting work of final year students from University Centre St Helens Creative Arts degree courses, including BA (Hons) Fine Art Painting, BA (Hons) Game Art, BA (Hons) Graphic Design and BA (Hons) Photography. This annual showcasing exhibition is highly regarded in St Helen’s art exhibitions calendar. Works on display will include paintings, illustrations, photographs, animations, graphic design portfolios and video game demos.
The World Of Glass Arts Centre, Gallery One. Saturday 6th May – Friday 23rd June

The St. Helens Camera Club Annual Exhibition
Returning once again with a stunning photographic exhibition is the St. Helens Camera Club. There will be a mixed bag and something to suit everyone’s taste! This exhibition will make you want to pick up your camera and start snapping away!
The World Of Glass Arts Centre, Godfrey Pilkington Gallery. Saturday 6th May – Friday 23rd June

Cabinets Of Curiosity
This fascinating exhibition explores the origin of museums through Cabinets of Curiosity. Wealthy collectors would amass a selection of objects and curios that reflected their own particular interests and passions but also showed their love of the marvellous. Often after the owner’s death, these items would be passed on to local museums and galleries, and are the core of many of today’s collections.
The Smithy Heritage Centre, weekends 1-4pm, 15th april to 10th september

Charity Art Exhibition of paintings by the late Colin J Callon. The Living Well Centre, Borough Road, WA10 3RN. Sat 6th May and Sun 7rth May 10am-4pm to see or buy paintings. Cafe and shop will be open from 8.30am.


Thursday 4th May
Patsy Cline & Friends at St Helens Theatre Royal
A tribute to Patsy Cline, Hank Williams and Jim Reeves. Please wear your Weston wear and join us for a Hayride of a Show! Suits all ages as long as you’re prepared for a ‘Honkin Tonkin’ good time!
All tickets can be purchased in person, on 01744 756 000 or at http://www.sthelenstheatreroyal.com/whats-on/

Saturday 6th May
St Helens Youth Brass Bands Got Talent event. An evening of talented solo and ensemble performances. Bring your own drinks. Raffle. Adults £3 and Concessions £2 payable on the door.

Sunday 7th may
Now that’s what I call a Century! Rainhill Musical Theatre company Youth presents a spectacular show of sketch, song and dance from the past century. 2Pm and 7pm. £7 (£5 concessions). Book via

Saturday 13th May
Let’s Hang On – Theatre Royal
This award winning production, endorsed by Frankie Valli himself, celebrates the music of one of the most successful bands of all time. The music of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons.
All tickets can be purchased in person, on 01744 756 000 or at http://www.sthelenstheatreroyal.com/whats-on/

Thursday 18th to Saturday 20th May
Rainhill Garrick present “Murder Mystery” a comedy. Rainhill Village Hall. 7.30pm. Tickets available from Rainhill Post Office and 01744 813429

Friday 19th May – Theatre Royal
Totally Tina
An international acclaimed award winning tribute revue show to the Queen of Rock, Tina Turner. This show recreates the spectacle and energy of her live shows with a six piece live band, four stunning dancers and Justine’s incredible impersonation.

All tickets can be purchased in person, on 01744 756 000 or at http://www.sthelenstheatreroyal.com/whats-on/

Saturday 20th May – Theatre Royal
The Simon & Garfunkel Story
Direct from its success in London’s West End, a sold out UK tour and standing ovations at every performance, The Simon & Garfunkel Story is back
All tickets can be purchased in person, on 01744 756 000 or at http://www.sthelenstheatreroyal.com/whats-on/

Sunday 21st May – Theatre Royal
The Grumbleweeds Laughter Show
Join legendary comedy act The Grumbleweeds for an evening of laughter, music, magic and more! It’s a show that’s full to the brim with laugh out loud comedy, great singers, theatrical magic and fun for all the family.
All tickets can be purchased in person, on 01744 756 000 or at http://www.sthelenstheatreroyal.com/whats-on/

Thursday 25th May
St Helens Singers performing a concert at St Julie’s Church Hall, Eccleston. Following successful concerts at this venue in the last 2 years, this is becoming an annual fixture. For further details on this concert please contact Mrs. Marie Holden, on 01744612485 or email: info@sthelenssingers.co.uk

Friday 26th May
Rainhill Arts Academy presents Dance Mania 2017 at Theatre Royal. 7Pm
Rainhill Sixth Form presents Dance Mania 2017 – an infamous event, showcasing the talented dance students from Rainhill Sixth Form’s Arts Academy, and performances from Rainhill High School students. Buy tickets from Mike Doyle Arts Centre, Rainhill Sixth Form.. Buy your tickets now! £8 x 1 ticket or £25 x 4 tickets.

Saturday 27th May – Theatre Royal
Puppetry of The Penis
Puppetry of The Penis has now played to most of the Western World. 2 near naked men manipulate their nether regions using the Ancient Art of Genital Origami, providing the audience with a hilarious array of shapes and impersonations.
All tickets can be purchased in person, on 01744 756 000 or at http://www.sthelenstheatreroyal.com/whats-on/


Lewis Bray – Cartoonopolis
Thursday 25th May, 7pm
Chester Lane Library

Follow Jack Bray – a young man with severe autism – through the imaginary world he created in his back garden. Based on his TRUE story, come with Jack’s brother, Lewis & fight inner demons, famous cartoon characters & a whole heap of baddies to stop ‘Mayor Sharp’ from taking over Cartoonopolis and killing creativity once and for all….

“A funny, well-written, touching and clever look at autism, mostly, though, it’s about family and the power of sticking together no matter what happens” Angela Pearsall, Liverpool confidential

Suitable for over 14’s
£6, £5 (St.Helens Library Card Holders), £3 (concs)  Book online at
www.culturalhubs.eventbrite.co.uk or call into any library in St.Helens to
purchase your tickets.


Monday 1st May

There will be one bank open in St Helens Town Centre this May day – but it will an alternative bank.

Artists Michelle Wren explained: “We are opening an alternative bank! The bank of St Helens. But the only profit this bank hopes to make is in building community, inspiring positive action and having fun doing.

As a mark of respect for the Chicago workers who fought for an 8 hour working day the bank will be open between 9am and 5pm this May the 1st in a shop on your high street.

“Come and open a High Interest Account and get involved in a series of free art workshops and creative actions that bring inspiration from all over the world to St Helens.

This is a great way to spend your bank holiday with your kids, friends or family or come alone and meet lots of great people from our town.”

When the working days end the bank will be transformed into a cinema, where people will watch award winning Ken Loach film ‘I Daniel Blake’ from 6pm.

All activities are free (including film) and open to everyone this will be a really inspiring and fun way to spend your May Day. We would love to see you there!

The location for this project is 12 Church Street, St Helens (former O2 shop)

Timetable on the day
Creative action activities and discussion from 9am-5pm,
lunch break 12pm-1pm bring something to share
screening of ‘I Daniel Blake’ 6.30pm-8.30pm.

More info => http://www.heartofglass.org.uk/the-peoples-bank-of-st-helens/



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CAUT!ON Club Night
Friday 5th May
10.00pm – 2.00am
Tickets: £5
A debut event bringing much needed club culture to St Helens, boasting a variety of house music.

The Doors Alive
Saturday 6th May
Doors: 7.30pm
Tickets: £12 ADV/ £14 OTD
The No.1 tribute band to The Doors return to St Helens.

Magenta presented by Classic Rock Society
Saturday 13th May
Doors: 7.30pm
Tickets: £15 ADV/ £18 OTD
Popular Prog Rockers return to celebrate the release of their new album.

Martin Turner ex Wishbone Ash
Sunday 14th May
Doors: 7.30pm
Tickets £15
Celebrating the release of his DVD ‘The Beauty of Chaos – Live at the Citadel’, which filmed here in St Helens last year.

Friday 19th May
Doors: 7.30pm
Tickets: £15
The band behind the hits ‘Female of the Species’, ‘Avenging Angels’, ‘Neighbourhood’ and ‘You and Me Vs the World’ perform all of your favourite tracks.

The Producers
Saturday 27th May
Doors: 7.30pm
Tickets: £14
Top Blues band celebrate 25 years of Music.



Junction, Rainford. Beaufort Jazz open mic night. Providing a regular fix for jazz guitar enthusiasts in the North West. Beaufort Jazz has now relocated to the Junction pub at Rainford, and is where jazz guitar enthusiasts from all over the region gather on the first Monday evening of each month.
It’s an open-mic night, with all-comers welcome, take the stage before an appreciative audience of like-minded fans. 8pm. £1. (first monday of the month)

Zoo Bar. Live cover bands appearing on the old Zoo Bar stage. 9pm


The Junction, Rainford – Open mic night 8.30pm. Come along and have a sing or a play, everybody welcome


The Black Bull. – Open mic night 8pm.

The Junction, Rainford. – Bluegrass. Banjo workshop from 7pm for aspiring pickers. 9pm open jam session.


The Junction, Rainford – ukulele group night. Raw beginners welcome. 7pm.


The Junction, Rainford – Open Mic – 8.30pm Hosted by Tony Schofield. Local grass-roots musicians alongside existing professionals.


Ralph’s Indie Music Radio Show. 25 tracks of the best unsigned UK indie music plus Ralph’s Top 10. Radio KC 5-7pm. http://rkc.noip.me/

The Junction, Rainford – Acoustic jam night. Acoustic Jam Session Late afternoon/Early evening drift in from 6.00 onwards for a gathering of assorted artists for practice and bonding – in the best musical sense of the word.

The Junction, Rainford – Wooden Horse Folk Club, 8.30pm Every Sunday Excl. Bank. Hols. Upstairs -small charge.

Friday 5th May
Breeze Bar – Salander 9.30pm

Saturday 6th May
Roundabout Bar – Freeway

Friday 12th May
Grifin hotel, Newton-Le-willows – pink cigar, serratone and spilt. 9pm

Tank Bar One night, four great original bands. Shot of Hornets (Mold, Wales). REYA (Merseyside). Creature of Habit (Chester). Bandit & Butler (Wigan). 7pm

Saturday 13th May
Hare and hounds, billinge. Neil Diamond tribute evening

Saturday 20th May

Oak Tree, newton-le-willows. The Buzzz

Sefton – Superfly

Friday 26th May
Rendezvous – Salander 10pm



Thursday 4th May
Local History Film Show with Chris Coffey. Citadel 2pm to 4pm.
The first hour a film show featuring film shot in the St Helens area in bygone times. This time it will be the excellent DVD ‘Peeps Into The Past’, produced by local company, ‘North West Video’.
After the free refreshments, the first half of a 90 minute collection of archive footage of 50s Liverpool, called ‘No Trams to Pier Head’, mainly featuring the famous Green Goddess trams, plus some footage of the 1950s ferries, including the Liverpool-LLandudno. The remaining footage (which includes rare Docker’s Umbrella footage) will be screened at our next heritage film show in July. Admission and refreshments are free but donations to the Citadel are most welcome.

Thursday 4th May
Rainhill Heritage at Rainhill Library 1.30pm to 3pm.
Photographs, documents and books about Rainhill in the past which are stored at the Library

Sunday 7th May
Bereavement Services Open Days. St.Helens Cemetery & Crematorium. 10.00am – 2.00pm
Take part in a tour of the crematorium and cemetery, hear about the history of St.Helens Cemetery , there will also be exhibits and stands from our Partnership Funeral Directors, Friends of St.Helens Cemetery group and local Stone Masons. Contact the Bereavement Services Team on 01744 677405. Also there will be self guided tours of the old section of the cemetery available to anyone.
The old mortuary chapel at the Hard Lane entrance will be open for viewing for a limited time during the Open Day. Historical archive exhibits about the cemetery with documents relating to the opening of the cemetery in 1858 will be available to view. Details will at Friends of St.Helens Cemetery exhibit stand in the crematorium chapel.

Monday 8th May
The Queens Park Local History Group have as their guest speaker Vic Davies who will talk about ‘St Helens of the Past’. It starts at 7pm at the Greenalls Club on Alder Hey Road.

Monday 8th May
The Rainhill Railway and Heritage Society have as their guest speaker Christina Spencer, who will talk about murder, deceit, and everlasting success! Yes, it’s the history of the Bibby Shipping Line. It’s 7.30 at Rainhill Village Hall.

Monday 15th May
St Helens Historical Society AGM at 7pm followed by “Blackadder Goes Over The Top” remembering WW1 with Charles Esdaile. Friends meeting House, Church Street.

Thursday 18th May
St Helens townships Family History Society present “Vicars and Scounderels” with Jenny Todhunter. St. Helens Town Hall, 6.45 for a 7pm start. Non-members are very welcome to attend.

Saturday 20th May
International Blacksmiths Day, Real Ale & Hog Roast event at Smithy Heritage centre, Eccleston.  Demonstrations 12 – 5pm, Open late serving Ales 12 – 10pm
Each year this exciting international event gets bigger and better – demonstrations of craftspeople showcasing their skills from 12 to 5pm, with handmade unique items available to buy. There will be demonstrations of blacksmithing, wheelwrighting, green woodworking, and new for this year – clog making. As ever, there will be a hog roast (come early to avoid missing out!), snacks, cakes, tea, coffee and soft drinks. Feeling thirsty? We’ll be open late serving local Real Ales and ciders from 12 to 10pm, with traditional pub games to keep you occupied.

Tuesday 30th May
Rainford Heritage society Pub Quiz. Junction Pub, Rainford £5 (includes soup and sandwich)

Wednesday 31st May
Newton le willows local history group. Last Wednesday of the month. 5pm. To 7pm. (except December). Newton Library



Wednesday 10th May
Funshine. An evening of humour in stories and-poetry with Sue Gerrard and Len Saunders at St. Mark’s Lodge, Victoria Park, St Helens. 7pm to 8.30pm £5 includes refreshments. Booking essential by ringing 07985 556539

Saturday 20th May
Comedy club night at eccleston park golf club. 3 live acts plus compere. 7Pm £12



Sunday 21st May
Wedding open day at mercure haydock. Midday to 4pm. Organised by Little White Books



Bottle Night at Connoisseur Ales. 5pm. To 8pm. Basement of Wolverhampton House, Church Street.

Saturday 6th May
Connoisseur Ales Open Day. Midday to 10pm. Basement of Wolverhampton House, Church Street. (First Saturday of every month)

Saturday 6th May
Mansion House Beer Festival. Wide choice of fine cask ales, lagers and ciders from around the region on sale at The Mansion House. £5 Midday to late.

Friday 26th May
Cider Pub Crawl. St Helens CAMRA event. Starts at Turks Head at 7pm.



Quiz night at turks head 9pm
Quiz Night at Lymewood farm, haydock 8pm
Quiz Night at Bird i’th hand, prescot road.
Quiz night at the Red Cat, Crank. 8.00pm
Quiz Night at the Holt, Rainhill 9.30pm.
Quiz night at junction rainford 9pm.

Quiz Night at The Cricketers Arms. 9.30pm.

Quiz Night at Brown edge. 10pm.

Quiz Night at the Bird I’th Hand. 9.30pm. Guaranteed £50 winner. £15 runners up.

Quiz night at The York hotel. 9pm.

Quiz Night at Junction, Rainford 9.00pm

Pub Quiz, Griffin Inn, Eccleston. 9Pm

Quiz Night at British Lion. 8.30pm.

Quiz night at The Derby Arms, Rainford. 9pm

Pub Quiz – Boars Head 8.45pm

Pub quiz – talbot ale house, duke street. From 9pm. Free food at half time.

Quiz Night at The Ship Inn, Blackbrook Road, Haydock. 9pm. Til late.

Quiz Night at The Commercial Hotel, Rainhill 9pm.

Quiz night at the Victorian Inn, Rainhill. 9.30pm.

Quiz night at The Talbot, Duke Street.

Quizs Night at The Billinge Arms. 9pm.

The Grapes, Eccleston Park. Smartphone quiz from 8:30pm with a £30 bar tab for the winners.
quiz night at the wheatsheaf 9.30pm

Pied Bull, Newton-Le-willows. 9Pm

Quiz night at the wheatsheaf 9.30pm


Music Mecca. An exciting project for young people. Music Mecca Dance: Ages 7+. 5pm -6pm £2.50. Music Mecca Vocals: Ages 7+. 7.15pm – 8.15pm £2.50. Citadel. 01744 735436

Drama workshops for young people and adults. Hands On Drama Ages 7-11. 5pm – 7pm £5.50/£3. Hands On Drama Ages 12-18. 7.15pm – 9.15pm £5.50/£3. Citadel. 01744 735436

Creative arts for disabled people and over 60’s. 10Am – 12pm. £3. Citadel. 01744 735436

Writing for Wellbeing – For disabled people and over 60s. 1pm – 3pm. £3. Citadel. 01744 735436

Sing Out Choir. For all abilities. 16+ 6.30pm – 8.30pm. Citadel £5.50 / £3

Music Mecca. An exciting project for young people. Music Mecca DJing- Ages 7+ 6pm- 7pm £2.50. Music Mecca Rock Band: Ages 7+ 6.15pm- 7.15pm £2.50. Citadel. 01744 735436

Dis-Arts Drama (Disability Arts) – ages 18+. Wednesday 6.00pm – 8.00pm £5.50/£3. Citadel. 01744 735436

Music Mecca. An exciting project for young people. Music Mecca Guitar. Queens Park Primary School. Wednesdays 4-5pm. Price Free


The Citadel Art Group Portrait Class – 10am – 12pm £3.


Music Mecca. An exciting project for young people. Music Mecca Guitar. St Mary’s Catholic Junior School, Newton-Le-Willows. 3.30pm-4.45pm. Price Free



Helena’s Job Hubs, in partnership with Wargrave Big Local take place at Newton Family and Community Centre, Park Road South, Newton-le-Willows. 1Pm to 4pm.

Helena’s Job Hubs, in partnership with Wargrave Big Local take place at Helena Central, Corporation Street, St Helens. 1Pm to 4pm. To find out more, email onecall@helenapartnerships.co.uk or telephone 01744 637383.


Lucem House is a volunteer-led social enterprise in St Helens. Lucem House offers cinema, rehearsal space and meeting rooms for hire at competitive rates. 100 Corporation Street, St Helens, WA10 1SX. Phone: 01744 609325 https://lucemhouse.co.uk/

Friday 12th May 7pm
Hunt For Wilder People. New Zealand-made comedy/drama, directed by ‘What We Do in the Shadows’ co-director Taika Waititi. When troubled orphan Ricky is placed with the latest in a series of foster families, this time on a farm far away from the city where he styles himself a gangster, he’s unimpressed. But foster aunt Bella breaks down his defences with down-to-earth love and affectionate mockery. However, when a tragedy threatens to steal back the life that Ricky has come to love, the boy finds himself on the run in the bush with Bella’s grizzled husband Hec and a dog called Tupac.

Friday 19th May 7pm
Germany, pre-WWI… A young man takes up a clerical post in a steel factory and becomes the secretary to the elderly and housebound owner. There he falls in love with the owner’s much younger wife, but keeps his feelings to himself. But when he is sent to Mexico on business, the owners wife’s reveals feelings of her own. They pledge to be together on his return, but war breaks out and maritime travel back to Europe is suspended.What happens next? Come along and find out… http://www.wegottickets.com/event/396573

Tuesday 23rd May 6.45pm
Your chance to travel back to a time when travelling by rail was comfortable, punctual – and maybe even glamorous! ‘Britain on Film: Railways’ is a major new collection of rare archive films charting the history of our railways and bringing home the romance and heady freedoms offered by train travel as it expanded across the country in the early 20th century. This is an immensely nostalgic and evocative collection of films which document not just the glories of the railway, but also changing social, political and economic climates.

Saturday 27th May 7pm
The follow-up to 2007’s 2 Days in Paris sees Marion (described by the Guardian as “a lovable mess of neurotic babble, intellectual uncertainty and unmanageable lies” shacked up with a new boyfriend. Both have a child from a previous relationship, but Marion’s bringing way more baggage than that! http://www.wegottickets.com/event/396578


St Helens Camera Club. Bishop Road Police Club. The club opens at 7:30pm for a prompt 8:00pm start and the evening runs until about 10:00pm.

The Best of the Borough Twitter Hour. If you’re on Twitter and have something great to share then tweet between 8-9pm every Monday and include the hashtag #StHelensHour
You might be an artist with new work or an exhibition, a business wanting to promote, a community group with events to share, a sports club wanting to share news etc.


Saints Motorcycle Club meeting at Springfield Pub, Thatto Heath. 1pm. Contact Mark 07541 871343. Neil 07955 559181. Every week.



FREE Walking Groups from Go Active Team. All of the walks get you to and through places you wouldn’t think existed, beautiful views, fantastic wildlife & all this is on your doorstep. Great weekly session to get active as well as meeting new people on the same path as you. All abilities welcome. Walks take place on Fridays from 8.30am to 10.30am

5th May
Newton Racecourse Trail Walk, Meeting At (Old Engine Public House) Newton Rd  St Helens.
WA9-2JR. 6- Mile Trail Walk On The Tracks Of Sankey Canal Around Newton.

12th May
Parr Greenways Trail Walk, Meeting At Parr Swimming & Fitness Centre, Parr, St Helens. WA9-1BQ. 6- Miles Trail Walk Around The Trails Of The Greenways.

19th May
Crank Caverns Trail Walk, Meeting At Toby Carvery (Waterside) Carr Mill, St Helens.WA11-7LX
5- Mile Slight Hill Trail Walk, Leading Up Too Crank Caverns.

26th May
Bold Country Park, Meeting At Bottom Of Gorsey Lane, Opposite Playing Fields, Burtonwood.
WA5-4HP. 6-Mile Trail Walk With Slight Hills In Sections.

Please wear suitable footwear. Well behaved dogs welcome. Weather appropriate clothing. Please bring a drink. Fully Qualified Instructors. Why not bring a friend, family or neighbour. Please be there for 8.15am to sign register and be ready to set off at 8.30am Contact details andrewbrown@sthelens.gov.uk 01744 677970 / 01744 677236

St Helens Park Run. Meet at 9am, Bandstand, Victoria Park.

Bike Rides with St Helens Pedal Power – Free use of biks and helmets. http://www.pedalpowerexperience.co.uk/sthelens.html


Street Market, Church Street, St Helens Town Centre. 9Am to 4.30pm

Street Market, Church Street, St Helens Town Centre. 9Am to 4.30pm

Makers Market 10am to 4pm. St Mary’s Market. Except last saturday of month

Sunday 14th May
Artisan Market at Inglenook Farm. 10:00am. Free Entry & Parking. Browse over 55 stalls full of stunning, handmade one of a kind crafts and find stunning art, award winning local produce and amazing regional producers. From handmade skin care to stunning jewellery and handmade childrens wear, there is so much to find. You will also find our courtyard full of stunning, award winning local produce to be sampled. Fresh food and coffee in our cafe

Sunday, 21st May
The Rainford Heritage Society hold their Spring Fayre. Market and bric-a-brac stalls at Rainford X Sports & Social Club, 11.00am to 4.00pm. There will be a bouncy castle, games and a metal detecting area. From late morning they will have a stall serving hot dogs!! The Club will of course be open for drinks, so have a pint and a hot dog while the family play!! If the weather is bad still come along as all the stalls will move indoor

Monday 29th May
Rainhill Gala. 10th Anniversary. St Ann’s School Field, View Road Rainhill. Lots of fun and raising money for local charities. 11Am to 4.30pm. This year they are having a seaside theme, so look out for the ‘beach’ with deckchairs, punch and judy and much much more.

Monday 29th May
Food and Craft Festival, high Street, Newton-Le-Willows. Midday to 6pm.


Forest Tots is a Forest School toddler club which runs every Friday morning at the Shining Light Centre. Sessions will run from 10am -1130am and will take place in the woods. For more information on these please email info@myoutdoorclassroom.co.uk

Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th May
Star Wars Themed Family Fun Weekeend at Junction Pub, Rainford. The Junction’s 5th annual Star Wars Beer Festival and Family Weekend! Storm Trooper, Fancy Dress Comp, BBQ, Marquee

Saturday 20th May.
Big Walk 5 organised by Business For Youth in Newton-Le-Willows.
A community walk through every road and street in Newton-Le-Willows, creating a vibrant enthusiastic spirit along with raising funds that will go directly back into our town. Everyone is encouraged to join in at any point throughout our 33 mile journey. Starts at Red Bank Farm 5.30am and finishes at 7pm with a family BBQ at Newton Sports club.


Wednesday 3rd May
Reminiscence Cafe at Totally Wicked Stadium. 11am.
If you want any further information regarding the Café or any other of our Mental Health programmes please call 01744 455 074 or email eddie.cunningham@saintsrlfc.com


Youth club for 11-17 year olds. Shining Light Centre. Forest Road, Sutton Manor. 7Pm to 9pm.
Music, great games, food, arts and crafts. Chillout. Free

Youth Club for 11-17 year olds. Hope Centre. Atherton Street. 7Pm to 9pm. Trips out. Team challenges. Arts and crafts. Music. X-box. Movie night. Chill out. Cooking. Free

Youth club for ages 5-11. St Andrews, Dentons Green Lane. 4.30pm to 6pm. Music, great games, food. Arts and crafts. Chill out. Free

Friday 26th May
M-Zone. Under 18’s gig night with live music, gaming and chill out zones. Citadel. 6.30pm. £2.50

Saturday 27th May
Youth Aflame. Wesley Methodist Church, Corporation Street, WA10 1HE. Runs from 2pm to 6pm.



Tag Tuesday at Darkstar Laser. After 6pm its £9. 3 games of laser tag. Free pizza slice, happy hour drinks.

RE:FLEX at Darkstar Laser. Student night. £8 with sutdent ID, £9 otherwise. 3 games of laster tag. Free shot or slush. Discount vodka slush.

Friday nights at Darkstar Laser. A different event every week. 7-11pm £10.
Call 01744 733378 for more info.


Friday 26th May
DJ night at Air Factory Trampoline Park. Looking for a party with a difference? Well look no further than Air Factory Trampoline Park. You may never have considered a partying out on trampoline, but they can assure you that their party nights offer a party vibe like no other.
With so much on offer from trampolines to DJs, it’s the ultimate party atmosphere for you and your friends. So get yourselves down to Air Factory and party. 7pm. 4 St Michaels Road, St Helens, WA9 4WZ. Call 01744 816 828 for more details. (LAST FRIDAY IN MONTH)


Sport and activity programmes run seven days a week providing a variety of participation opportunities at a number of sites across the borough. These activities include five a-side football, dance, zumba, boxing, female football, table tennis, trampolining, breakdancing, cheerleading and basketball. There are opportunities for young people to participate, volunteer and gain qualifications by attending sessions.

View the timetable here https://www.facebook.com/StHelensUnlimited/photos/a.651094231577794.1073741828.651077411579476/1226953263991885/?type=3&theater


Always lots on at your local Library, view all the events here bit.ly/SHlibraries




For a full list of activities view the website http://www.healthysthelens.co.uk/whats-on/


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