Saturday 10 November, 7:30pm
Big Deal Comedy presents some of the best new and established comics on the UK circuit.
MC: Jason Stampe
Jason delivers an outstanding blend of jokes and crowd interaction that will leave you feeling he must have planned the whole thing out. Rest assured, anything can, and will happen, and Jason will be there to make it funny. Few comedians can switch so effortlessly between riffing and their set like Jason Stampe so don’t miss your chance to see him!
Headliner – Justin Panks
With a skewed observational eye and the ability to approach seemingly ordinary subjects from extraordinary angles, Justin strikes the perfect balance between the relatable and the outrageous. His tales of relationships, parenthood, and life in general are raw, honest, and above all funny.
More acts to be confirmed soon.
Strictly over 18s only (under 25s require ID). Doors 7:30pm, show starts at 8pm. Reasonably priced, well stocked bar open until midnight.
Tickets are £7.50 in advance: click here to buy online or pop into the Love’s Farm House office (9am-3pm weekdays). Please call us on 01480 262626 for more info.
Friday 16 November, 8pm – midnight at Love’s Farm House
After the great success of our Belgian beer evening in June, Love’s Farm House is teaming up once again with Shumë, the new bottle emporium in Cross Keys Mews, St Neots, for an evening of the best of British beer and cheeses.
The new wave of British ales is exploding with character, from the big hoppy flavours of Citra and Mosaic hops to IPAs made with lactose and vanilla pods. We’ll be pairing them with some extraordinary cheeses that might just melt your heart… or make your ears fizz with pleasure.
Tickets cost £15 for a tasting menu of five beers and five cheeses for you to sample. Shumë stocks over 30 British craft beers, and the full range will be available to try at the Farm House Bar on Friday 16 November from 8pm.
Tickets are available in advance. Buy online here, from the Love’s Farm House office (9am-3pm weekdays) or from Shumë, Cross Keys Mews.
Saturday 27 October 6-9pm at Love’s Farm House
Unearth your most ghoulish costumes and terrifying dance moves, as the annual Halloween Disco at Love’s Farm House is back! There will be fun and games for younger children from 6pm and a disco inferno for all ages from 7pm.
Tickets cost £2 per person in advance. Click here to buy online, or pop into the Love’s Farm House office during our opening hours of 9am-3pm Monday to Friday.
Bwa ha ha ha ha (and so on and so forth).
Friday July, 8pm – midnight
Love’s Farm House is teaming up with Shume, the new bottle emporium in Cross Keys Mews, St Neots, for an evening of Belgian delicacies. Tickets cost £10 and include samples of five Belgian beers and five cheeses. Belgian beer specialist Bart Verhaeghe, who has 30 years experience working in the industry will be sharing his knowledge.
Shume’s full range of over 50 Belgian beers will also be available to buy (and share) by the bottle, as well as plenty of cheese and schnapps. If you’re really lucky we might even throw in some Belgian pop music. Proost!
Please click here to buy tickets online.
Saturday 23 June
Round House school from 2pm, Love’s Farm House from 4pm
Please come and be a part of the Love’s Farm Great Get Together Community Fun Day on Saturday 23 June between 2 and 4pm on the field of the Round House school. The afternoon will be packed full of activities for grown ups and children, with stalls and demonstrations by some of our community groups including Scouts and Guides, Hartbeeps, Baby Sensory, Little Loves, a Bhangra dance group, Katy North’s dance classes, Messy Church and more besides. The St Neots Library will be present with a display of local history as well as the Woodcraft Folk and Rotary Club.
There will be bouncy castles, water zorbs, tennis tasters, petanque, ice cream, cake from the WI, face paints, raffles and tombolas. Love’s Farm Runners will be hosting an advice, exercise and information hub and then lead a mile-long Jog, Jeff, Walk, Shuffle, Scoot ending at Love’s Farm House where live music will be playing and a barbecue cooking. The day will coincide with other events running across the country as part of the Great Get Together initiative in memory of Jo Cox MP.
Please come and help make the Love’s Farm community day a success – bring along your neighbours and friends, host a stall on behalf of your street or plan to enjoy the barbecue together. Please get in touch with Helene (firstname.lastname@example.org) or your Street Rep for more information (or if you’d like to help) – and do put 23 June in your diary!
Friday 8 June, 7:30pm
The foyer and café space at Love’s Farm House plays host to a rolling programme of art exhibitions by local artists. Our next exhibitor is Marilyn Wood.
During her time spent studying fashion design at Newcastle upon Tyne College of Art and Industrial Design, Marilyn entered the prestigious Nation Wide bursary competition held by the Royal Academy of Art. In 1961 she won this competition in the Fashion Design category. The prize money allowed her to travel to Paris and study at the Jean Darroux Academy for six weeks to learn the art of couture making by directly modelling fabric onto the tailor’s dummy to create garments. Showing at Love’s Farm House Gallery is the body of work she submitted to the Royal Academy.
Since graduating, most of Marilyn’s working life has been in the fashion industry, working variously as a pattern cutter, production manager and design studio manager. She has run a theatre wardrobe department and worked in various Colleges and Universities teaching her craft.
Now living on Love’s Farm, Marilyn is exploring and experimenting with other art expressions and will have some of her recent twig collages on display. The exhibition launch evening is on Friday 8 June from 7:30pm — everyone is welcome and the bar will be open.
Join us on Friday 9 March, 7:30pm for the launch of our seventh exhibition by local artists. Children (accompanied by a parent or carer) welcome until 9pm.
Melina La Firenze is an artist living and working in St Neots, born in Italy and brought up in London. She is self-taught and has been a painter all her life, starting with oils at age 12. Her paintings have been exhibited in London, Barcelona and Salamanca.
He work is often informed by patterns found in nature. The colours vibrant. She is obsessed with trees. One thing that is consistent about her work is that she never paints the same thing twice. This is a collection of brand new paintings, three of which are derivative portraits of Hans Silvester’s photos of Omo valley tribes people and two of which are a playful celebration of colour and pattern. Melina does work on commission including portraits.
Visit www.instagram.com/melinalafirenze to see more of her work. Love’s Farm House’s gallery space is curated by Neotists.