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Shavington Academy to stage Peter Pan musical this weekend

Shavington Academy to stage Peter Pan musical this weekend

Stars of Shavington Academy Theatre are back on stage this weekend as Must See Musicals present JM Barrie’s classic tale Peter Pan.

Performances are taking place at the academy theatre on Rope Lane in Shavington on Saturday and Sunday October 21 and 22, 2.15pm and 7.15pm.

Words and Music Festival wows audiences in Nantwich

Words and Music Festival wows audiences in Nantwich

The tenth Words and Music Festival in Nantwich is hitting all the right notes with fans, say organisers.

The week-long festival has pulled in crowds to eight venues around the town, with tickets still available for some shows.

Nantwich musician Tim Lee launches latest album at concert

Nantwich musician Tim Lee launches latest album at concert

By Jonathan White
Talented Nantwich musician Tim Lee has launched his latest album at an intimate concert in Cheshire.

Tim performed his new work “And into the Woods” to an appreciative audience at ‘The Electric Church’ independent record store and coffee shop in Winsford.

Nantwich Singers team up with children’s choir for special concert

Nantwich Singers team up with children’s choir for special concert

The Nantwich Singers are teaming up with local children’s choir [email protected]’s and young singers from Brine Leas School for a one-off performance.

They will perform together John Rutter’s “Mass of the Children” at St Mary’s Church in Nantwich on October 14.

Beeston Castle to stage Autumn Fair this weekend

Beeston Castle to stage Autumn Fair this weekend

A celebration of autumn comes to Beeston Castle and Woodland Park this weekend as the castle celebrates its annual Autumn Fair.

Falconry displays, music and other outdoor entertainments are on offer as well as a chance to explore the castle’s 4,000-year history and 40 acres of woodland park.

Crewe singer Oli Ng to perform at Nantwich Words & Music Festival

Crewe singer Oli Ng to perform at Nantwich Words & Music Festival

Crewe based singer-songwriter Oli Ng is set to open Nantwich’s iconic Words & Music Festival, by supporting indie rock trio, Little Comets.

The week-long festival hosts live and original music and poetry, welcoming the likes of The Magic Numbers, Echo and the Bunneymen’s Ian Mchulloch and Dr John Cooper Clarke over its ten-year history.

Storage Hunters auctioneer Sean Kelly comes to Crewe Lyceum

Storage Hunters auctioneer Sean Kelly comes to Crewe Lyceum

Storage Hunters presenter Sean Kelly is bringing his UK tour to Crewe Lyceum in October.

The auctioneer has developed a cult following in the US and UK thanks to the reality TV series broadcast on Dave.

What’s On: Nantwich Library events in October

What’s On: Nantwich Library events in October

Nantwich Library on Beam Street is staging a series of events in October.

Between Octobner 2-6, the venue is involved in Get Online Week 2017.

Charlie Baker to headline latest Very Best in Stand Up in Nantwich

Charlie Baker to headline latest Very Best in Stand Up in Nantwich

Fans’ favourite Charlie Baker is back in Nantwich next week to headline the latest ‘Very Best in Stand Up’.

The brilliant Baker’s delivery style has earned him a reputation as one the top showmen in the UK.

Axis Arts Centre launches 2017 season of theatre, poetry and dance

Axis Arts Centre launches 2017 season of theatre, poetry and dance

South Cheshire venue Axis Arts Centre has kicked off a new season of theatre, poetry and dance.

The venue, which has an uncertain future with the impending closure of Crewe’s MMU campus, will be opening to the public once more.

Canadian band The Fugitives to play at Church Minshull Village Hall

Canadian band The Fugitives to play at Church Minshull Village Hall

Award-winning Canadian folk band The Fugitives are to perform at Church Minshull Village Hall next month.

The band has toured 12 countries, and been nominated for multiple Canadian Folk Music Awards and has appeared at Glastonbury.

‘Asian Serendipity’ exhibition opens at Nantwich Museum

‘Asian Serendipity’ exhibition opens at Nantwich Museum

“Asian Serendipity”, an exhibition by Aneta Talbot, has opened in the Your Space Gallery at Nantwich Museum.

The display features a myriad of images taken during recent travel across Asia focused on Singapore, Thailand, Cambodia, India and Sri Lanka.

September 19, 2017 1 comment Arts & Entertainment, What's On & Reviews
Electro 80s to stage live charity show in Nantwich

Electro 80s to stage live charity show in Nantwich

Popular 1980s electronica tribute band Electro 80s is to stage a fund-raising concert at the Studio nightclub in Nantwich this weekend.

The show, on Friday September 22, will feature massive 80s hits by bands such as Depeche Mode, Yazoo, Gary Numan, Duran Duran, Ultravox, Devo, Soft Cell and The Human League.