Help with one of the library team for basic IT and technology help, such as how to use an i-pad or using online resources.
A pop up market for people to sell hand made items. These items may include greetings cards, trinkets, photo frames and more.
2 hr 20 | After taking on the art world in The Square, Ostlund turns his attention to high fashion and the super-rich in Triangle of Sadness.
We have over 274 years’ worth of Cheshire newspapers on microfilm. Our collection starts at 1733 and ends at 2009.
Learn how to make a traditional Christmas Wreath to hang on your front door.
1 hr 44 | The 40th Anniversary 4K reissue of Peter Greenaway’s stylised, erotic, and witty country house murder mystery.
1 hr 40 | A short piece of found film becomes a fascinating journey into the past in Bianca Stigter’s haunting and moving documentary.
2 hr 1 | Chicago, 1968. When suburban housewife Joy’s pregnancy leads to a life-threatening condition, she must navigate a medical establishment unwilling to help.
Join us in the Kitchen at Storyhouse for some fun rhymes and stories with the library team. Suitable for younger children and toddlers.
1 hr 35 | A tribute to one of the oldest amateur film making clubs, a group of aging cinephiles attempt to save their club in a rapidly changing cinema landscape.
A space for people to talk whether its for five minutes while you have a brew, or for an hour of good conversation.
Cheshire West and Chester Domestic Abuse and Intervention and Prevention Service will be offering an open access group from Chester. This group will be supported by qualified IDVA’s who would be able to offer confidential advice and support.
Reel Talk is a new monthly meet-up & discussion group led by Storyhouse Cinema team.
Chester Film Society offers the people of Chester and surrounding areas the chance to see some of the finer films of world cinema in a relaxing and appreciative atmosphere.
A digital support group run by Here and Now Chester, a Blacon-based social enterprise which is dedicated helping older people learn to use new technology.
At Storyhouse Library we think that escaping into the world of books is a very good way to spend an hour. So if you agree, come and join us for book talk, whatever your preferred genre.
A weekly shared reading group, bringing people together and stories and poems to life.
2 hr 41 | Queen Ramonda, Shuri, M’Baku, Okoye and the Dora Milaje fight to protect their nation in the wake of king T’Challa’s death.
A peer led confidence, health and well-being group that’s open to all.
1 hr 42 | AD | A haunting, thought provoking, and poignant drama that captures themes of coming of age, mental illness, and the bond between father and daughter.