Ever feel like there are no things to do in Doncaster? Maybe at one point there weren’t, but now there are!
Here’s 5 things to do in Doncaster rrrrrright now:
Number 1 – Phantom Cinema
Phantom Cinema’s new season of film screenings begins with Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo on Friday 2nd September at Doncaster Little Theatre. Their impressive line up for the rest of September and October includes recent releases such as The Lobster, High-Rise and cult classic Taste The Blood Of Dracula. Tickets are £5 and more info can be found here.
Number 2 – The Real Junk Food Project
#FeedBelliesNotBins! The Donny branch of The Real Junk Food Project are popping up at the Hallcross Pub every week to stop food waste. They take food that would otherwise be thrown away by supermarkets, and make a meal of it!
You can pay as you feel for their fodder and they’re open every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 3pm til 7pm! Or if you like to get stuck in, you can volunteer here and you can also donate.
Number 3 – Luther’s Drumming Workshop
Luther loves rhythm, so much so he wants to share it with everyone else. He’s an excellent, patient teacher, so don’t worry if you’ve never drummed before. You’ll be surprised at how therapeutic and relaxing drumming can be!
Find details of the next workshop here.
Number 4 – Cosy Cinema
Arguably one of Right Up Our Street’s biggest successes, Cosy Cinema is a Mexborough based Pop Up Cinema aimed at bringing the joy of the big screen back to the community.
Number 5 – Life Drawing at Churchview
Another surprisingly relaxing pass time is life drawing, and you can get involved under the guidance of local artist Adam Berry who recently set up this new class.
Join the Doncopolitan Show Facebook Group or join Adam’s Facebook page to hear details of the next class.
There you have it, 5 awesome things you can get involved in. Do you know of anything else awesome in #TheDonx? Help us get the word out; submit an article idea here!