Celebrate the weekend with a scintillating performance of Chopin’s thrilling piano music and a glass of champagne! This is the second of a series of ten monthly Chopin recitals at St Ann’s Church. The virtuoso soloist is British concert pianist Warren Mailley-Smith.
The brilliant piano music of the great Frederic Chopin has never been out of fashion since it first burst onto the international scene in the early 19th century. This music wasn’t intended for the great concert halls of today, but for the intimate setting of Parisian Salons.
Returning for its fourth year to delight audiences around the UK, Antic Disposition’s critically-acclaimed production of Shakespeare’s Henry V will embark on a historical tour of ten of the most beautiful and significant cathedrals.
On Wednesday 25th July, the space and services provider that fosters collaboration, WeWork, is hosting an evening (6.30 – 8.30pm) of engaging conversation and thought-provoking panel discussion, bringing together the best creatives in the area to toast to the business and innovation hub that is Manchester.
How does sound work?Why do instruments have holes and keys?What happens when you put a mouthpiece on a hosepipe?And what does it all have to do with a piece of rope?
Take part in a Sound Experiment, discovering the science of musical instruments and the magic of sound.
Study in Australia or New Zealand! Come along to the Study Options Open Day on 16th November at Bridgewater Hall. Free, independent, expert advice for students, this is an excellent opportunity to meet representatives from top Australian and New Zealand universities.
The hugely popular live band performance, returns to rock the UK with the ‘Queen Extravaganza Tour’.
‘Queen Extravaganza’ – described by the legendary Roger Taylor himself as ‘A rock celebration in the Royal tradition’ and designed to enable new fans and old to celebrate the music of Queen - will play 17 shows...
Having first roared into life at Polka Theatre and Oxford Playhouse in 2016, Helen Stephen’s much-loved children’s story How to Hide a Lion will now embark on its first national tour, enchanting young audiences around the UK.
Cancer Research UK’s Tough 10 is a brand new series of epic 10k runs. No obstacles - this is the chance to take on some of the UK’s toughest terrain. Double-knot your trainers and prepare to thigh-burn your way to raising serious money to help beat cancer sooner.
mum2mum market Chorlton High School,Nell Lane,Chorlton,Manchester, M21 7SL, Saturday 10th November 1:30pm-3:30pm
SELL your quality second hand baby, children’s and maternity clothes, preloved baby equipment or used pram at our nearly new baby and children’s market and keep 100% of the proceeds.
Coppicing and site maintenance on Copperas Field; cutting back trees and shrubs to provide a better habitat for wildlife. No experience is required, just a willingness to join in and learn new skills. Please make sure you bring a packed lunch.
Copperas Field entrance on Juniper Crescent, parking on Linden Way, Droylsden.
Vintage,used & new Guitars
Buy - Sell - Trade, Guitars, Amps & Accessories.Have our guitar valued (Free)
loads of stands full of all kinds of instruments including Guitars, electric & acoustic, banjos, Ukes etc
Plus live music & Guitar workshop
The George Carnall Leisure Centre, Kingsway Park, Davyhulme, Manchester ( M60 - Junction 9 )
Please join us at our traditional Autumn Fair where there is always a good range of stalls to view and buy from, our Mothers Union Clothesline Stall, lucky tombolas to have a go at, café open for our famous bacon butties and more besides including Monton Art Group’s Annual Display.
St Paul’s Church Egerton Road Off Monton Green/Rocky Lane Monton Eccles
Two teams battle it out for your laughs in this all ages, all action, all improvised competitive comedy show. Using audience suggestions the teams go for gold with quick-witted gags, games, sketches and songs.