Thursday, December 13th, 2018 Doors 7.00pm

Bramall Hall

Bramhall Park (off Hall Road), Bramhall
Stockport, Cheshire SK7 3NX

phone: 0161 474 4444 / 0161 474 2020

PRICE: £22.15

PURCHASE TICKETS ONLINE: click here

website: http://www.stockport.gov.uk/bramallhall

Bramall Hall is a superb example of a 'Cheshire Black and White' timber framed manor house, with origins dating back to Medieval England. The property is lovingly cared for and presents the visitor with a marvellous historic record spanning six centuries.

Journeying through the house will give you a glimpse into Bramall Hall's fascinating history - beautiful Tudor rooms with spectacular plaster ceilings, a wonderful 16th century embroidered table carpet and wall paintings, plus many fine examples of architecture, furniture and paintings from different periods.

The house is set in 70 acres of beautiful parkland which has been landscaped in the style of Capability Brown. The park features two lakes, woodland walks, gardens and a toddlers play area.

As Hilary says "One of our fave venues, it's great that Christmas is up and running when we go there because it is LOVELY."

Entrance to the hall is from the side away from the car park.

Tickets include a warmed glass of mulled wine, a delicious minced pie and viewing the Hall decked out for Christmas.

The Hall will open at 7pm and the concert starts at 8pm

Tickets £20 + £2.15 booking fee

Email: bramall.hall@stockport.gov.uk


Please check availability of tickets and confirm date / start times with the organiser before setting out, as sometimes changes are unavoidable - thank you.


Saturday, February 2nd, 2019 7.30pm

Gordon Giltrap and special guest Nick Hooper

Huntingdon Hall

Crowngate
Worcester WR1 3LD

phone: 01905 611427

PRICE: £16.50

PURCHASE TICKETS ONLINE: click here

website: http://www.worcesterlive.co.uk/events_review.asp?offset=50&eid=453061218

Gordon will be joined this evening by special guest Nicholas Hooper, guitarist and award-winning film composer. Nicholas will open the concert with a half hour solo set and in the second half will join Gordon on stage to perform some of his tunes in a duo format.


The Countess of Huntingdon's Hall was built as a chapel in 1773 by the very formidable Selina, Countess of Huntingdon. She was the Founder of the Calvinistic/Methodist group known as the Countess of Huntingdon' Connexion. The Chapel prospered until the second half of this century when congregations declined. The last service was held here in 1976.

By this time the building was in a deplorable state of repair, and there was a move to demolish it. However, a determined group of Worcester people fought to prevent this happening and, after ten years during which nearly £1 million was raised, the unique features of the chapel were repaired and restored to what you see today.

Many of the original pews have been retained with the addition of cushion, a number of which have needlework covers made by Worcestershire W.I. members. The pulpit was the centrepoint of the Chapel, and it's occupant was visible from all seats in the building. Nowadays the focus is on the stage, several feet lower, which is why there are seats in the gallery known to us as "listening seats". Graceful curved staircases lead up to the pulpit, which is flanked by two splendid eagle lecterns. The original communion rail is still in place beneath the stage. The organ is a very fine one, built by John Nicholson of Worcester in 1840.

Our beautiful Hall, the only one of its kind in the country, is a Grade II listed building. The poet John Betjeman visited it, and described it as being "unique and irreplaceable...a Georgian gem






Please check availability of tickets and confirm date / start times with the organiser before setting out, as sometimes changes are unavoidable - thank you.


Tuesday, March 19th, 2019 Doors 7pm, Music 7.30pm

Please note change of location

The Wurzel Bush Folk Club

Rugby West Indian Club, Railway Terrace
Rugby CV21 3HE

website: http://www.wurzelbush.co.uk/

We have had to move The Wurzel Bush Folk Club to Rugby West Indian Club, Railway Terrace, Rugby CV21 3HE.

There is plenty of parking in the street and at a nearby Free Council Car park

The West Indian Club is also a short walk from Rugby Railway Station and there are late night trains back to Coventry, Birmingham & Milton Keynes etc.

All future events will be at this new venue which will hold about 200 so there is no need to book just come early for a good seat

Doors Open at 7pm.

We aim to start at 7-30pm & finish no later than 10-30pm.

The Club is Crowd Funded Which means we depend on having a collection of bank notes at each event.

Drinks are also a lot cheaper at the new venue as they charge Club prices ie Best Bitter £2.90 Tea & Coffee 50 Pence.




Please check availability of tickets and confirm date / start times with the organiser before setting out, as sometimes changes are unavoidable - thank you.


Friday, March 22nd, 2019

Guitarist's Development Group

Woodside

phone: 07860 648068

Gordon Giltrap - www.giltrap.co.uk

Will McNicol - www.willmcnicol.co.uk

Woodside - http://www.sundialgroup.com/venues-hotels/woodside/overview


Saturday, March 23rd, 2019

Guitarist's Development Group

Woodside

phone: 07860 648068

Gordon Giltrap - www.giltrap.co.uk

Will McNicol - www.willmcnicol.co.uk

Woodside - http://www.sundialgroup.com/venues-hotels/woodside/overview


Sunday, March 24th, 2019

Guitarist's Development Group

Woodside

phone: 07860 648068

Gordon Giltrap - www.giltrap.co.uk

Will McNicol - www.willmcnicol.co.uk

Woodside - http://www.sundialgroup.com/venues-hotels/woodside/overview


Saturday, May 11th, 2019 8.00pm

Gordon Giltrap With Special Guest Carrie Martin

The Greystones

Greystone Road
Sheffield S11 7BS

phone: 0114 266 5599

PURCHASE TICKETS ONLINE: click here

website: http://www.mygreystones.co.uk/

Gordon is delighted to have the wonderful Carrie Martin as his special guest for this show.

For more information about Carrie, please visit her website http://www.carriemartin.co.uk


The Greystones
, a welcoming, traditional community pub where people of all ages can enjoy a great range of drinks in comfortable surroundings.

Beer, music, Arts, Community.

Our staff offer excellent customermservice and product knowledge.

Cask ales from Thornbridge’s award winning range are on tap, alongside quality lagers and an extensive variety of bottled beers specially selected by our brewers.

Wines by John Mitchells, Sheffield’s premier wine shop and Coffee by Sheffield roaster Pollards are also available.


Please check the venue website for more information on tickets.


Friday, May 17th, 2019 7.30pm

Gordon Giltrap

Roses Theatre

Sun Street
Tewkesbury GL20 5NX

phone: 01684 295074

website: www.rosestheatre.org

FULL DETAILS TO BE ADDED WHEN AVAILABLE

Theatre facts:
The Roses Theatre Trust was formed in 1995 and re-opened the theatre in 1996 after a nine-month long closed period when the theatre might have been lost.

The Roses is a busy and popular arts centre in Tewkesbury with an eclectic programme of live events, take part activities, exhibitions and festivals. In addition to the 370 seat auditorium, The Roses boasts a relaxing bar and coffee shop where you can enjoy a pre-show and interval drinks as well as live entertainment including jazz and folk music and stand up comedy. Complete with an exciting film programme of world, independent and UK film, The Roses is a diverse and exciting arts venue.

The Roses is in the centre of Tewkesbury and is served by a large car park less than a minute's walk away (Unlimited free evening parking) Tewkesbury is easily accessible from Cheltenham, Gloucester and Worcester via the M5 (Junction 9) or the A38.

Tickets:
TBC

Please check availability of tickets and confirm date / start times with the organiser before setting out, as sometimes changes are unavoidable - thank you.


Friday, October 18th, 2019

Astor Community Theatre

Stanhope Road
Deal, Kent CT14 6AB

phone: 01304 370220

website: https://theastor.org

FULL DETAILS WILL BE ADDED WHEN AVAILABLE



The Astor Theatre is located in Stanhope Road, just off the High Street in Deal. There is plenty of parking nearby.





Tickets: TBC




Please check availability of tickets and confirm date / start times with the organiser before setting out, as sometimes changes are unavoidable - thank you.