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Monday Nights at RPW


Roadmap Step 3

Step 3 of the Government’s Roadmap has been confirmed and we are now able to meet indoors at our new venue:
The Royal Porcelain Works, Severn St, Worcester WR1 2NE

We are looking forward to welcoming you there from Monday 17th May, 7pm – 9.30pm.

How we keep you safe – scroll to the bottom of the page to find out.

17 May Drumlove – rehearsal for our music video

24 May Yoga with Fiona

31 May TenPin Bowling 6.30 – 8.30pm at Tenpin, Perdiswell, Worcester. (you must book your place)

7 June Drumlove – making a music video – video shoot with James and Dan

14 June Keep fit with Lorna 

21 June Film night – Disney’s Raya and the Last Dragon

28 June Fun & Games – table games and sporty games with Lorna,
and introducing our Planet Earth Art Competition.

5 July    John-James – the fabulous dance teacher is coming to teach us some Strictly moves!

12 July Art Club with Kay, and inclusive entertainment from Storyteller Ian.

19 July Art Club with Kay – final preparations for the Summer Exhibition.

26 July The MNC Takeover! The Worcester Live Fringe Festival stage is ours to preform on!

2 August Summer Party and Disco with DJ Mick and Mexican Street Food.

Step 4. Covid restrictions to be lifted!

From 26th July new members will be very welcome! Just turn up and join us. One of our lovely volunteers will take you under their wing and look after you until you have made friends.

Contact Us for more information or call 07973 788029

Owned by the Bransford Trust, the multi-million pound redevelopment of Worcester’s historic Royal Porcelain Works first opened to the public in June 2018 with phase one, featuring The ‘Henry Sandon’ Hall. The Hall, the original Worcester Royal Porcelain showroom, is at the heart of the development, refurbished to become a 140-seat capacity multi-use arts and entertainment venue, equipped with the latest audio-visual technology. This is where we will hold our events.
Adjoining the Hall is The Foyer, a perfect space to relax and chat, with its fully-licensed bar. There is a large courtyard outside with seating, ideal for socialising in the fresh air on a warm summer evening.

Walking directions

RPW is about 15 minutes walk from Foregate Street Station and Crowngate Bus Station.

From Foregate Street Station: After walking out of the station turn left into Foregate Street and continue until you reach the High Street (Debenhams and Boots).

From the High Street: Walk towards the Cathedral. After the Elgar statue, cross the street with the roundabout on your left-hand side. Walk along College Street until you pass the Cathedral. Turn right onto College Precincts. At the end of College Precincts, you’ll arrive at Severn Street. You’ll see the Museum of Royal Worcester in front of you. Royal Porcelain Works is to the right-hand side of the museum along Severn Street.

Coming by car

There is lots of parking and disabled parking nearby, either on Severn Street or in Kings Street (Sidbury) Car Park. Evening charges will apply.

Government Covid Guidelines – Step 3

The Monday Night Club is a community support group and has had an exemption to meet in groups of up to 30 people, not including staff. Step 3 allowed indoor entertainment venues, such as cinemas, and adult exercise classes to take place. (There has always been an exemption for disabled sport.) During May and June we enjoyed keep fit and yoga sessions, film nights and continued with our Drumlove music therapy sessions.

We keep you safe by having a limited number of people, sanitising hands, and wearing masks. We will keep 2 metres apart from each other (unless we are from the same household or bubble). The Henry Sandon Hall is a large, high-ceilinged, airy, well-ventilated room and the Courtyard has plenty of seating and is ideal for socialising in the fresh air.

Further Information

We hope that all our members will soon be vaccinated against Covid-19 (this might be a condition of entry) and we are looking forward to singing and dancing again!