As from 1 September, Ryton Village Hall will be open again, though on a limited basis. See front page of website for further information.
25 March Ryton Village Hall will now be closed until further notice, following the latest government guidance. We hope that all our users and local residents remain safe and well.
19 March The Trustees of Ryton Village Hall have considered the coronavirus threat and have concluded that, for the time being at least, the hall will remain available to hirers who wish to use it. Anyone booking the hall or attending an event or activity does so at their own risk and the Trustees cannot
18 March The Trustees of Ryton Village Hall have considered the coronavirus threat and have concluded that, for the time being at least, the hall will remain available to hirers who wish to use it. Anyone booking the hall or attending an event or activity does so at their own risk and the Trustees cannot
Our ever-popular Burns Night event takes place on the actual date of Robert Burns’ birthday: 25 January. So get out those dancing shoes for a ceilidh with music by the fabulous Melomanics, brush up on your Burns poetry, and enjoy a traditional Burns Night supper, with a nip o’ whisky to finish! There is a
Ryton Village Hall is delighted to be associated with the Open Gardens Day on Sunday 7 July 1.00-5.00pm. There are 12 lovely gardens to enjoy in the village. Admission to all gardens is £5 per person (children free). Car parking at village hall and other sites. Tea and cakes and toilets available at village hall,
A biopic on the life of the legendary American Astronaut Neil Armstrong from 1961-1969, on his journey to becoming the first human to walk the moon. Exploring the sacrifices and costs on the Nation and Neil himself, during one of the most dangerous missions in the history of space travel. Starring Ryan Gosling, Claire Foy,
Paterson (Cert. 15) is a 2016 drama film written and directed by Jim Jarmusch. The film stars Adam Driver as a bus driver and poet named Paterson, and Golshifteh Farahani as his wife who dreams of being a country music star and opening a cupcake business. It was selected to compete for the Palme D’Or at the 2016
Dominic Kelly, Bridget Marsden and Leif Ottoson combine storytelling and music into a playful and gripping performance. They bring to life an ancient full-blooded fairy tale for modern audiences, weaving versions from Norway, Scotland, Ireland and India with contemporary Scandinavian folk music. Through it they explore the consequences for the young when older generations fail
18 Jan: “Mamma Mia – Here We Go Again” – even better than the original film! Tickets £5 on the door. 7.30pm 26 Jan: Join us for a great night of a traditional 2-course haggis* supper, nip o’ whisky, cash bar, raffle and dancing to the music of the Melomanics. Tickets £15 from Rosemary on