David Cowdy (oboe) and David Jones (piano) came to Middlewich in 2014 and gave a recital which enthralled the Middlewich and District Concerts Society audience. We are delighted to welcome them back.
David Cowdy has enjoyed a multi-faceted career as a professional oboe player, teacher and reed maker.
Drama Studio, Middlewich High School, King Edward Street / St. Anns Walk, Middlewich
Making Music Selected Artists
"Entirely irresistible" - The Times
Kaleidoscope is an innovative collaboration between four creative young artists. The group’s approach is built on the distinct original personalities of its members.
Holmes Chapel Leisure Centre, Selkirk Drive, Holmes Chapel
An Extension of my Body A piano film featuring the Japanese virtuoso Nobuyuki Tsuji.
Nobuyuki Tsuji was born blind 28 years ago and will shortly be performing in Liverpool. His rise to stardom is one of the most gripping music documentaries ever.
Frodsham Community Centre Flui Lane Frodsh m Cheshire
This band thrill audiences with their genre-hopping passport of Celtic reels, Flamenco, Gypsy-jazz, Middle Eastern and Cuban rhythms, fiery violin dances with kinetic guitar, while bass lays down unstoppable grooves. Throughout, acoustic strings meet electronic wizardry to create layers and depth of sound.
Interested in learning more about Unitarianism? Or this Chapel? We are inviting
anyone who wishes to an information session after the service on the 21st of January,
2018. The meeting will take place next door at Mojo’s Tapas. A delicious
lunch in on us, but you must register in advance.
Start your weekend with a Nordic Walk around the historic estate of Dunham Massey with Anita, a fully qualified Nordic Walking Instructor. Nordic Walking gets the whole body working to give you a low impact, full body workout, and is one of the fastest growing activities in the UK.
For the sixth year in succession, internationally renowned jazz accordionist Harry Hussey from Glasgow has been enticed to perform in the Potteries, pairing up for a great night of music and merriment with a local jazz group, Lily’s Weepers.
Goldenhill Workingmen’s Club, Kidsgrove Road, Goldenhill Stoke on Trent
Our annual choral workshop is an opportunity for all singers, to rehearse and perform Verdi’s Requiem with Chester Bach Singers.
The Chester Bach Singers January workshops have become legendary across the North, with singers coming from places as distant as Newcastle and Aberystwyth, many returning year after year.
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.
Don’t know where to start sorting out your baby items sign up for our free tips www.mum2mummarket.co.uk/get-free-tips.
Altrincham Football Club, J. Davison Stadium, Moss Lane, Altrincham
The Garrick Theatre in Altrincham plays host to Manford’s Comedy Club.
This live comedy show features four brilliant comedians from around the UK, personally selected by Jason Manford.
A great evening of original stand-up comedy with some top names from the touring circuit and television.
An opportunity to join us for two fascinating and informative travel talks:
First talk: "With my camera in Gujurat". Speaker: Trisha King. Second talk: "Bangkok to Saigon by Tandem". Speakers: Anna Manning and Howard Jennings.
Grosvenor Museum Lecture Theatre, 25-27 Grosvenor Street, Chester, Cheshire
Illustrated talk by Stephen Snowden and Alexander Hatton - ’Balancing Nature and Wind Farms - a case study from Frodsham’. Frodsham Wind Farm, located adjacent to the Manchester Ship Canal and the River Mersey, is Cheshire’s only onshore wind generating station.
"NEW VENUE" United Reformed Church, Park Green, Macclesfield
Chester & Merseyside Inland Waterways Association Monthly Talk/Meetings - Ian Hawley will be talking about the history and restoration of the Standedge Tunnel. He has a wealth of personal experience on this topic and it should be a very interesting evening.
Holiday Inn, Centre Island, Waterways, Lower Mersey St, Ellesmere Port
A free monthly way-marked 10K run around Speke Hall estate. A chance to enjoy traffic free routes, great views and have a great training opportunity. Join us for Trust10 which is held on fourth Sunday of each month. You can run on your own or with running friends or family.
Prepare for a scare as the dark nights close in this autumn as the Lady in Black returns to Speke Hall. Enjoy a hearty winter dish and sweet treat to calm your nerves, followed by a torchlight tour of the hall to discover the tales of its previous inhabitants. Who will you meet in the dark' Booking Essential.
Don’t judge a book by it’s cover - And never judge a lion by it’s ROAR! Dudley Libraries, Untied Artists and Birmingham Rep bring this beautiful children’s book to life in celebration of an endangered species – the local library. Miss Merriweather, the head librarian, is very particular about rules.