LEICESTERSHIRE & RUTLAND THEATRE
‘TOP QUALITY ENTERTAINMENT… A GOOD NIGHT OUT… THE BEST EVENTS COMING TO A SPACE NEAR YOU.’ THE GUARDIAN The Centre Stage Community Touring Network Leicestershire and Rutland helps volunteer promoter groups bring rural communities together to enjoy highquality, entertaining and affordable professional live theatre, music, dance and family shows at a wide range of community venues, from village halls, to churches, to schools. Tickets are sold locally. For show information, ticket prices and to book, please call the local promoter directly on the telephone number below each show listing. Ticket prices range from £4 - £12. Many of the shows featured are suitable for family audiences and age recommendations are provided for guidance. Disability access. All venues have a commitment to access for disabled people; many have full access and a range of facilities, and others are working towards this goal. For venue and access information, please visit: liveandlocal.org.uk All brochure details are correct at the time of going to print, but please check the website for any changes. Please note that provision of refreshments varies between venues and some may be unable to serve alcohol. Please check when booking tickets.
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Live & Local Ltd., Pageant House, 2 Jury Street, Warwick CV34 4EW 01926 402 173 / firstname.lastname@example.org
SARAH MOULE FEMMES FATALE: SONGS FOR SCARLET WOMEN
BLAIR DUNLOP IN CONCERT Son of Fairport Convention icon Ashley Hutchings, this hugely talented Radio 2 Folk Award-winning singer-guitarist performs an intimate set of popular folk songs and critically acclaimed originals.
‘Powerful lyrics and accomplished guitar work (confirm) his place as a leading figure in modern folk music.’
With superb torch songs and pithy 'bad girl' stories this is a celebration of the 'fatal woman' in all her feisty glory. A classy set by a stylish voice and piano duo brings life to the 1950s New York late-night club jazz of Cole Porter, Stephen Sondheim, et al.
‘Cool, elegant, immaculate.’ The Observer
‘Excellent… a fine voice and a great talent.’ BBC Radio 2 Ages: 14+
The Telegraph Sat 21 Jan 7.30pm
‘An exciting glimpse of where ‘tradition’ folk rock might go.’ Q Magazine Ages: 12+ Fri 20 Jan 7.30pm Desford Village Hall LE9 9GN 01455 823 537
Thomas Cranmer Centre, Aslockton NG13 9AL 01949 850 600
PETER CHAND TONGUE TIED & TWISTED
TRAVELLING BY TUBA FAREWELL TOUR This multi-instrument extravaganza by one of the UK's most successful classical music duos mixes wonderful musicianship, sheer silliness and cheeky audience rapport in a set packed full of quirky musical gems ranging from classical to jazz. Exhilarating and utterly irresistible.
‘Experts who really get their enjoyment of music across.’ The Times
‘Something special.’ Classical Music Magazine
This family duo of master storyteller and live DJ adds a fresh twist to a compelling collection of near-forgotten South Asian fables gathered from Punjabi elders living in the Black Country. With Peter Chand's cheeky smile, wry humour and rich voice, accompanied by a smart onstage soundtrack of contemporary and classical South Asian music, this energetic and endlessly inventive storytelling show is a triumph.
‘Transports the listener with remarkable energy and great expression… spellbinding.’ BBC Radio 4 Ages: 10+
Produced in association with Black Country Touring and Creative Black Country.
Sat 28 Jan 7.30pm
Sat 28 Jan 7.30pm
Kegworth Village Hall DE74 2FH
Wymeswold Memorial Hall LE12 6TY
01509 673 138
07932 623 005
MAMBO JAMBO IN CONCERT Musical sunshine from a multi-talented, multiinstrumental acoustic roots duo: an upbeat, feel-good concert mixing sounds and styles from around the world with wonderful banter and a great stage presence.
‘An extremely listenable criss-crossing of world music boundaries… nice!’ fRoots Magazine Ages: 6+
GREENMATTHEWS A BRIEF HISTORY OF MUSIC A glorious and evocative melting pot of 600 years of Western music from the Middle Ages to the 20th century: an evening of huge entertainment peppered with wit, period finery and earthy olde worlde instrumentation.
Fri 03 Feb 7.30pm Thomas Cranmer Centre, Aslockton NG13 9AL
01949 850 600
GreenMatthews formerly known as Blast From The Past.
Fri 17 Mar 7.30pm Humphrey Perkins Community Centre, Barrow-upon-Soar LE12 8JU 07718 153 117
Fri 03 Feb 7.30pm Humphrey Perkins Community Centre, Barrow-upon-Soar LE12 8JU 07718 153 117
GINNY DAVIS LEARNED FRIENDS
OPERA DUDES MISSION IMPROBABLE
A beautifully crafted, atmospheric and truly captivating courtroom drama with echoes of Twelve Angry Men and the BBC's Silk, lifting the shroud of secrecy surrounding the moral quandaries and machinations of a high-stakes criminal trial.
No ordinary double act, this wonderful duo rip up the rule book with a classy mix of opera, swing, show tunes and slapstick humour. Bringing formidable voices and a great deal of self-deprecating charm to a truly eclectic repertoire ranging from Verdi to Elvis, this is a gem of entertainment.
‘A fascinating insight into criminal proceedings.’ Coventry Telegraph
‘Conspicuously skilful performers… exhilarating.’
Sat 04 Feb 7.30pm West Deeping Village Hall PE6 9HP 01778 380 197
Ages: 7+ Sat 04 Feb 7.30pm Wing Village Hall LE15 8SA 01572 737 394 Sat 20 May 8pm The Old School, Cropwell Bishop NG12 3BU 01159 894 656
SYNERGY AIRE FLAMENCO A vibrant evening of warm and spirited Spanish music, with this skilled trio's finger-flying guitar solos, driving rhythms and passionate vocals whisking you away to the gypsy flamenco caves of Andalucia. Ages: 14+ Sat 04 Feb 7.30pm Hoton, Cotes & Prestwold Village Hall, Hoton LE12 5SF 01509 880 682 Sat 11 Mar 8pm Manton Village Hall LE15 8SU 01572 737 503 01572 737 729
MSFITS THEATRE WOMEN ON THE VERGE OF A T-JUNCTION Acclaimed playwright Rona Munro (Royal Shakespeare Company, National Theatre) and awardwinning actor Fiona Knowles showcase their considerable talents with this warm-hearted, often poignant, one-woman observational comedy. Centred on three very different women whose lives become as entangled as their car bumpers following a minor accident, this sharp, witty and well-constructed show is performed with abundant energy and hilarious physical comedy.
‘A performance that is firmly in the driving seat.’ Edinburgh Evening News
‘Strong witty subject… (one of the) funniest and most attractive dramas around.’ The Scotsman Ages: 12+ Fri 10 Feb 7.30pm Enderby Civic Centre LE19 4NT 01162 753 711
KEPOW THEATRE SEVEN AGES
ALAW IN CONCERT
Mixing fast-paced visual storytelling and characterful masks, this hilarious, heartwarming improv comedytheatre follows Shakespeare's seven ages of man from birth to growing old (disgracefully).
Great music by a very special acoustic trio that celebrates the Welsh folk tradition; a joyful brew of breath-taking airs, eminently danceable Celtic jigs and delightful traditional song.
‘Excellent, a must see show!’ The Times
‘Amazing! If you liked ‘Whose Line Is It Anyway?’ you'll love this!’ Edinburgh Herald
‘Hilarious and heartwarming... a show that can be funny one minute and poignant the next.’ The Scotsman Ages: 6+ Fri 10 Feb 7.30pm Rutland County Museum, Oakham LE15 6HW 01572 723 393
‘Named after the Welsh name for melody, this band of acoustic wizards produce one heck of a rollicking blast of foot stomping Celtic glory… an intoxicating blend of beautiful music that does wonders for the wider appreciation of traditional Welsh music.’ Acoustic Magazine Ages: 7+ Fri 10 Feb 7.30pm Countesthorpe Village Hall LE8 5TB 07531 440 365
GONZO MOOSE THEATRE THE THING THAT CAME FROM OVER THERE! This critically acclaimed comedy-theatre trio delivers a crazy, enormously inventive and devilishly funny 1950's horror movie spoof. As Scott and Amundsen begin their 1912 race to the South Pole, the hapless explorer Captain Reginald Cranston investigates a crashed meteor, unaware of the ancient evil that awaits him. A night of shocks, bloodcurdling terror, hilariously gruesome deaths and glorious, unadulterated, spine tingling silliness.
‘A show with a difference. An exuberant mash-up of improvisation, physical theatre, slapstick and satire.’ The Stage
CAT WEATHERILL MEET ME AT MACHU PICCHU A compelling and masterful storyteller brings to life her inspiring true adventure to find Mr Right: a spellbindingly honest, feel-good show celebrating life, love and never being too old to try something new.
‘One of our great storytellers, vivacious and inventive.’ Michael Morpurgo (War Horse author)
‘A masterclass in enchantment.’ The Times
Ages: 12+ Ages: 16+ Thu 23 Feb 7.30pm South Luffenham Village Hall LE15 8NW
Thu 23 Feb 7.30pm
01780 720 687
01788 860 281
Fri 24 Feb 7.30pm Century Theatre, Coalville LE67 3LN 01530 278 444
Newton Village Hall CV23 0DU
ROVING CROWS IN CONCERT Best Live Act, Spiral Earth Music Awards 2014
SHIFTING SANDS THEATRE THE KING LEAR Giving a modern comedic twist to Shakespeare's popular tragedy, this acclaimed clown theatre sets the action in a pub in the here and now, with pub landlord as king. A compellingly inventive retelling mixing slapstick and pathos with warm humour, this is a marvellously fun night.
‘Wonderful.’ Time Out Ages: 10+ The King Lear is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
The next folk-rock supergroup in waiting, this Anglo-Irish band boasts uncommonly exhilarating music, filled brimful with inspired lyrics and rollicking melodies. Its powerful, high-energy live shows make this an utterly fantastic must-see act. Financial Times
‘Just pure musical energy. Tight rhythms, great on-stage personality, proper up-on-the-tableskicking-over-the-beerglasses fun-time music… genuinely the next big thing on the folk scene.’ BBC Music Ages: 10+
Fri 24 Feb 7.30pm
Fri 24 Feb 7.30pm
Wymeswold Memorial Hall LE12 6TY
Colston Bassett Village Hall NG12 3FD
07932 623 005
01949 81 720
Sat 04 Mar 7.30pm Braunston and Brooke Village Hall, Braunston-in-Rutland LE15 8QZ 07956 308 808
PEACOCK ANGELL TRIO IN CONCERT
GRAMOPHONES THEATRE WANDERLUST
A superb set of wonderfully eclectic music coloured by country, blues, jazz and folk. The beautiful vocals and spirited fiddle of Ruth Angell – best-known as a member of Ashley Hutchings' Rainbow Chasers – are matched all the way by the dextrous guitar of Sid Peacock and Steve Tromans' thrilling piano.
An enchanting and heartfelt story about stories, presenting true tales - collected at mobile libraries and residential homes - of people's ordinary and extraordinary physical and emotional journeys through life. With a wonderful mix of emotive live folk songs, puppetry, projection and dance, genuinely touching stories and inventive silliness, this utterly delightful storytelling show inspires smiles and surreptitious tears in equal measure.
‘A storming set… mesmeric.’ BBC Music
‘Absolutely amazing… scintillating.’ Maverick Magazine
‘Brilliant stories… amazing.’ Derby Telegraph Ages: 8+
Ages: 12+ Thu 02 Mar 7.30pm Sat 25 Feb 7.30pm Desford Village Hall LE9 9GN 01455 823 537
Uffington Village Hall PE9 4SN 01780 239 463 Fri 03 Mar 7.30pm West Deeping Village Hall PE6 9HP 01778 380 197 Sun 05 Mar 7.30pm Belton Village Hall LE12 9TU 01530 222 897
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HOLY MOLY & THE CRACKERS IN CONCERT This wild and carnivalesque seven-piece from the Bohemian Quarter of Newcastle blurs the boundaries of folk, gypsy and rock music with its truly terrific sound. Mixing powerhouse story-songs with foot-stomping rhythms this band has more than a touch of magic to it.
‘A rousing and captivating sound… a raucous twenty first century hoe-down.’ Yorkshire Times Ages: 10+ Thu 02 Mar 7.30pm St Andrews Church, Shilton CV7 9HX 02476 612 173
VICKI SWAN & JONNY DYER SMÖRGÅSBALLAD An irresistible miscellany of beautiful folk songs and storytelling from the land of the midnight sun, performed with sparkling humour, gorgeous voices and wonderfully strange traditional Swedish instrumentation.
‘Exhilarating… (a) charismatic duo showcasing their unassuming all-round musicianship and versatility, a gentle brand of virtuosity where they have no need to prove themselves.’
Sun 05 Mar 8pm
The Old School, Cropwell Bishop NG12 3BU
01159 894 656 Fri 03 Mar 8pm Northwick Arms Hall, Ketton PE9 3TA 01780 720 521 Sat 04 Mar 8pm Braceborough Village Hall PE9 4NT 01778 560 417
NEW PERSPECTIVES THEATRE THE GIANT JAM SANDWICH One of the most loved children's picture books brought to life on stage to enthral a new generation. One hot summer's day, four million noisy, nasty wasps invade the quiet village of Itching Down, stinging all about them. Follow the villagers in their giant sandwich-making plan to defeat the wasps and save the day. Superbly funny and clever this enchanting production is everything children's theatre should be.
‘Absolutely fabulous.’ Mumsnet
‘Top notch.’ The Guardian Ages: 3-6 New Perspectives Theatre is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
THE BROONZIES NORTH EAST TO WILD WEST This outstanding Britfolk 'supergroup' - Roger Wilson, Ian Thompson, BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards winner Maggie Holland and Folk Awards nominees Jez Lowe and Chris Parkinson - plays rootsy folk steeped in old-time Americana. Reflective and exuberant by turns, it's a wonderful night of heartfelt music with a tangible sense of musicians having a lot of fun. Jez Lowe:
‘The best singer songwriter to come out of the UK for a long time.’ Richard Thompson Maggie Holland:
‘The proof that outstanding contemporary songs are still being written.’ fRoots Magazine Ages: 8+ Sun 12 Mar 7.30pm
Sat 11 Mar 3pm
Bulkington Community & Conference Centre CV12 9JB
Kegworth Village Hall DE74 2FH
02476 494 094
01509 673 138
TIM KLIPHUIS TRIO GOES GRAPPELLI This award-winning Dutch jazz violinist is seen by many as the inheritor of jazz violin legend Stéphane Grappelli's crown. Here, his trio, now in their 10th year, bring their compelling interplay to Grappelli's highenergy gypsy swing and jazzed-up classical tunes.
‘Playfully inventive and technically brilliant.’ The Scotsman
‘The music of Grappelli is alive and well in the hands of Tim Kliphuis and his musicians.’ Nigel Kennedy Ages: 10+ Supported by Live & Local Friends.
Fri 17 Mar 7.30pm Thringstone House, Thringstone LE67 8NR 01530 222 337
SPILTMILK DANCE BLAST FROM THE PAST A fast-paced, laugh out loud dance performance / gameshow celebrating seven decades of British pop culture, jam-packed with chart hits to remember, and fads and fashions to forget. Fun-fuelled entertainment; sheer, unserious delight.
‘Has you feeling nostalgic, singing along, laughing out loud… dance but not dance.’ Derby Telegraph
‘Their moves are timed to perfection and it's fun.’ The Stage Ages: 10+ Fri 17 Mar 7.30pm Upper Broughton Village Hall LE14 3BA 01664 823 165
THE BUDAPEST CAFE ORCHESTRA IN CONCERT Infectious and impassioned Eastern European gypsy folk, heart-rending ballads and fiery dances delivered by a quartet of Britain's most revered international musicians, as nattily behatted as befits any strolling gypsy band. The Herald The Scotsman
‘The fiery vivacity and awe-inspiring musicianship leaves you with a grin on your face and rhythm in your feet.’
PUBLICK TRANSPORT WE ARE BRONTË Deadpan comic visual theatre at its most superb, and its most silly. A glorious mash-up of slapstick clowning and surreal improvisation, this is an irreverent and uniquely captivating exploration of the real and imaginary worlds of Yorkshire's famous literary siblings and of the nature of theatre itself. Intelligent, offbeat, supremely entertaining: a gothic delight from start to end.
‘Straight-faced knockabout fun.’ The Stage
The Times Ages: 7+
‘For those open to a little foolishness and irreverence it's a hoot.’
Thu 23 Mar 7.30pm
Bulkington Community & Conference Centre CV12 9JB
02476 494 094
We Are Brontë is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
Fri 24 Mar 7.30pm Pailton Village Hall CV23 0QE 01788 832 959
DEBS NEWBOLD AND LAUREL SWIFT UNDER HER SKIN Fusing charismatic storytelling with terrific live music and dynamic clog dancing, this raucous, joyful show sets a powerful ancient selkie sea-tale firmly in the here and now. A whole world is conjured in words: from a quiet north coast cove to a Whitechapel rush hour; from a dysfunctional family who have lost their way to a disgruntled crow who has lost its rag. An unforgettable evening which flies the flag for storytelling.
‘Uplifting, thoroughly modern and belly-shakingly funny.’ Leicester Mercury Ages: 12+
SERIOUSKITCHEN THE WHISPERING ROAD A spellbinding folk trio, including Nick Hennessey, one of the UK's top performance storytellers, seamlessly weaves thrilling music with the vivid imagery of Scandinavian myths and stories. Fantastic family entertainment.
‘Compelling.’ The Times
‘Finely honed and earthy vocals, candid lyricism, and vivid traditional ballads… captivating.’ BBC Radio 2 Ages: 8+ Fri 07 Apr 7.15pm Twyford Village Hall LE14 2HU 01664 840 774
Under Her Skin is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England, and by the English Folk Dance & Song Society.
Fri 31 Mar 7.30pm Wymeswold Memorial Hall LE12 6TY 07932 623 005
BADAPPLE THEATRE EDDIE AND THE GOLD TOPS
THE OXFORD CONCERT PARTY IN CONCERT
A masterclass in musicalcomedy, this joyous, nostalgic, feel-good tale follows the meteoric rise of a hard-working village milkman to stardom during the 1963 pop revolution. Chronicled with wit and invention, and with enjoyably stylish original songs and music by BBC Folk Awards nominee Jez Lowe, this charming show is sprinkled with irresistibly funny satire and delivered with a knowing wink.
Six lively, entertaining and mould-breaking musicians take 300 years of music from around the world (and from Baroque to tango) and infuse it with offbeat humour, passion and pathos. With its rich and vibrant sounds this is an unforgettable show.
‘Extremely funny.’ The Stage Ages: 10+ Sat 08 Apr 7.30pm Leicester Forest East Parish Hall LE3 3JD
‘A decidedly unstuffy bunch of superb musicians… look out for them whenever your spirits need a lift.’ The Telegraph Ages: 10+ Fri 21 Apr 7.30pm Barnacle Village Hall CV7 9LD 02476 619 126
01162 392 198
Fri 12 May 7.30pm
Sun 09 Apr 7.30pm
Countesthorpe Village Hall LE8 5TB
Queniborough Village Hall LE7 3DH 01162 698 256
07531 440 365 Sat 13 May 7.30pm Quorn Village Hall LE12 8BB 01509 414 287
GRAFFITI CLASSICS IN CONCERT
SONIA SABRI COMPANY SALAAM
A comedy cabaret of exquisitely good music from a sensational, all-singing, all-dancing, string quartet. With virtuosic talent, cheek and wit, this is top-class entertainment to make you smile.
A spectacular show uniting beautiful, energetic and visually stunning dance, spellbinding live music and exquisite costumes. Astounding tabla music by a world-renowned virtuoso paves the way into mesmerisingly graceful and intricate Kathak (the classical style of north India). An absolute joy to behold, and a fantastic introduction to Indian dance.
‘A simply wonderful show.’ The Times
‘A cabaret that will leave you wanting more.’ Daily Mail
‘A terrific quartet – the fab four earned themselves a standing ovation with a scintillating repertoire.’ Nottingham Post Ages: 6+ Sat 22 Apr 7.30pm Thomas Cranmer Centre, Aslockton NG13 9AL 01949 850 600 Sun 23 Apr 7.30pm Quorn Village Hall LE12 8BB 01509 414 287
‘A dynamic performer with her own spin on the Indian classical tradition.’ Metro
‘Fine, intense, and intelligent.’ The Times Ages: 10+ Produced in association with the Rural Touring Dance Initiative (making the best dance happen in small spaces), supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
Fri 28 Apr 7.30pm Monks Kirby Village Hall CV23 0RA 07870 261 058
KEL ELLIOT & HER THREE MAN ORCHESTRA TRUTH AND TALL TALES
THE DEAD SECRETS HICKORY DICKORY MURDER
As seen at the Cheltenham Jazz Festival BBC Introducing stage, with Jamie Cullum and Jo Whiley.
Award-winning comedy adventurers gently send up the golden age of detective novels with a delightful improv murder mystery. Brimful with untrustworthy characters, implausible plot twists and unbelievable conclusions all based on suggestions from the audience - this is a fast, funny and completely unique performance every time.
Uplifting, genre-leaping songs from a rousing quartet led by a sassy double-bass playing singer-songwriter with a rich and powerful voice. Quality live music by rising stars championed by Grammy award-winning jazz-pop artist Jamie Cullum. Everyone goes home happy.
‘Brilliant.’ Madeleine Peyroux (BBC Jazz Awards Best International Artist) Ages: 12+
‘Surrender to the madness.’ The List Ages: 10+ Thu 11 May 7.30pm Wymondham Village Hall LE14 2AB 01572 787 247
Sat 29 Apr 7.30pm Owen Street Community Arts Centre, Atherstone CV9 1DG 01927 713 634 Fri 19 May 7.30pm Pailton Village Hall CV23 0QE 01788 832 959
Fri 12 May 7.30pm Swayfield Village Hall NG33 4LQ 01476 550 909
BOB FOX WARHORSE IN SONG Stunning music from the multi-award winning smash hit adaptation of Michael Morpurgo's War Horse by the West End show's 'songman'. A northern folk music legend and one of the finest exponents of storytelling through song, this twice nominated BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards Singer Of The Year couples a magnificent voice, virtuoso guitar and lovely melodeon work to gorgeous Class A songs.
OPERA DUDES LICENSED TO TRILL Il Divo meets Morecambe and Wise! Blending opera, swing, show songs and good clean 'Carry On' fun, this unique double act is outrageously brilliant, a little bit silly and a whole lot entertaining.
‘Perfect.’ The Times Ages: 7+
‘These folksongs are the essence of England.’ Manchester Evening News
‘Astonishing guitar technique coupled with one of England's finest voices.’ Ralph McTell Ages: 14+ Fri 12 May 7.30pm St Augustine Church, Flintham NG23 5LE 01636 526 162
Sat 13 May 7.30pm The Palace, Ibstock LE67 6LH 01530 262 400
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