Bloxwich Library Forum Blog

Bloxwich Library Forum launches news blog

Bloxwich Library Forum Blog

Bloxwich Library Forum, a voluntary group which manages Bookmark Theatre in partnership with Bloxwich Library, has launched a blog to bring the latest info about what’s on at Bookmark Theatre to the public.

The blog is a new venture which should make it easy for theatre-goers to keep in touch with “The Bookmark’s” programme of live music, drama, poetry, open mic nights, dance, literature and more – and now the revived Bloxwich Film Society, which is launching on Saturday 11 February.

The WordPress blog has been set up on behalf of the Forum, which is based at Bookmark Bloxwich (Bloxwich Library, in Elmore Row, Bloxwich) by Stuart Williams, editor and publisher of The Bloxwich Telegraph.

Stuart, who is also Vice Chairman of Bloxwich Library Forum, said:

“We thought it was about time that members of the public had a more direct channel to the Forum, the new blog offers the opportunity to communicate with the Forum and to find out the latest info on what’s happening at Bookmark Theatre – and there is more going on now than at any time since it was built in 1964.  We hope to welcome as many people as possible both to the blog and to the best little theatre in Walsall borough!”

Bloxwich Library Forum is a voluntary group comprising local members of the public, staff of Bloxwich Library, Walsall Council employees and other interested parties.  It was formed as part of consultation preceding the rebuilding of Bloxwich Library and Bloxwich Library Theatre in 2009-10, and now manages Bookmark Theatre in partnership with Bloxwich Library.

2012 is the second year the Forum has managed Bookmark Theatre, which is part of the re-named ‘Bookmark Bloxwich’ complex, incorporating Bloxwich Library.

The group, which is self-funded, aims to provide a high quality and affordable programme of events at the theatre as well as maintaining it as a versatile community facility and as an important support and complement to Bloxwich Library.

Check out the Bloxwich Library Forum blog via this link now: