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‘TOP QUALITY ENTERTAINMENT… A GOOD NIGHT OUT… THE BEST EVENTS COMING TO A SPACE NEAR YOU.’ THE GUARDIAN Hello The Live & Local Rural & Community Touring Network Derbyshire helps voluntary promoter groups bring rural communities together to enjoy high-quality, 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 £5 - £15. 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 bar/catering facilities when booking tickets.
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WHAT'S ON DERBYSHIRE AT A GLANCE SEP 2017 – JAN 2018 SEPTEMBER DATE Fri 29 Sat 30 Sat 30
COMMUNITY Thrumpton Waingroves Great Longstone
SHOW / PERFORMER Harvest Harvest Mister Keith
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SHOW / PERFORMER Salsa Verde Sarah McQuaid Sarah McQuaid A View from the Edge Harvest Flamenco Alma Gitana Sarah Moule Harp & A Monkey Peacock Angell Trio Mister Keith Sherlock Holmes Mister Keith Oh La La! Oh La La! Team Viking
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SHOW / PERFORMER Glorilla Harvest The Head Wrap Diaries The Head Wrap Diaries Travelling By Tuba Hickman & Cassidy Hickman & Cassidy The Carrivick Sisters Stinxville No Petticoats Here Bette Davis on the Edge
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OCTOBER DATE Thu 05 Sat 07 Sun 08 Sun 08 Sun 08 Thu 12 Sat 14 Sat 14 Sat 14 Sat 14 Fri 20 Sat 21 Sat 21 Sun 22 Fri 27
COMMUNITY Heanor Pleasley Yoxall Tutbury Holloway Dronfield Bramshall Chinley Brailsford Tansley Waterfall Draycott-in-the-Clay New Mills Breadsall Kirk Langley
NOVEMBER DATE Thu 02 Sun 05 Fri 10 Sat 11 Sat 11 Sat 18 Sun 19 Wed 22 Thu 23 Fri 24 Sat 30
COMMUNITY Sandiacre Tutbury Dronfield Crich Abbots Bromley Dalbury Lees Tamworth Chesterfield Thrumpton Parwich Melbourne
Live & Local Rural & Community Touring Network Derbyshire is supported using public funding by Arts Council England and Derbyshire local authorities, and is made possible by the support of local voluntary promoter groups.
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DECEMBER DATE Sat 02 Sat 02 Sat 02 Sun 03 Mon 04 Sat 09 Sun 10 Fri 15 Sat 16
COMMUNITY Taddington Chapel-en-le-Frith Tutbury Holloway North Wingfield Parwich Pleasley Draycott-in-the-Clay Yoxall
SHOW / PERFORMER Hannah James' JigDoll Alaw Paradise Lost Alaw Jez Lowe's Yule Do Little Red Robin Hood Ninebarrow Little Red Robin Hood FB Pocket Orchestra
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JANUARY 2018 DATE Sat 20 Sat 27 Sat 27
COMMUNITY Alstonefield Parwich Normanton on Trent
SHOW / PERFORMER Roberts & Lakeman Bowjangles Mister Keith
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NEW PERSPECTIVES THEATRE HARVEST A compelling and colourful Yorkshire farming saga, this darkly entertaining comedy tells the story of one family's tireless fight for survival in a changing agricultural landscape, over two world wars, generations of births, deaths and marriages, and a lifetime of farming. From Richard Bean, writer of the international hit One Man, Two Guvnors, this is a great play, vividly told and laced with humour. Ages: 14+ New Perspectives Theatre is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
A PARLOUR CONCERT WITH MISTER KEITH A splendid evening of gently quirky, expertly crafted songs – think Ray Davies, Squeeze – stories and humour by the self-professed originator of 'Victorian Pop'. With song styles varying from jaunty showground to slow lament, all carried forward by lilting melodies and warm, quintessentially English vocals, the bowler-hatted Mister Keith and his small 'orchestra' of multi-instrumentalists invoke memories of times gone by. An intimate little gem. Ages: 6+ Sat 30 Sep 7.30pm
Fri 29 Sep 7.30pm
Great Longstone Village Hall DE45 1TB
Thrumpton Village Hall NG11 0AX
01629 640 943
01159 830 373
Sat 14 Oct 7.30pm
Sat 30 Sep 7.30pm
Tansley Village Hall DE4 5FH
Waingroves Community Centre DE5 9TF
07748 545 287
01773 749 809
Sat 21 Oct 7pm
Sun 08 Oct 7.30pm
Draycott-in-the-Clay Village Hall DE6 5BY
Florence Nightingale Memorial Hall, Holloway DE4 5AQ
01283 820 357
01773 856 545
Sat 27 Jan 2018 6pm
Sun 05 Nov 7.30pm
Normanton on Trent Village Hall NG23 6RQ
Tutbury Village Hall DE13 9NA
07823 449 381
01283 812 248 03
SARAH MCQUAID IN CONCERT
BADAPPLE THEATRE SALSA VERDE A smart-stepping new comedy with some sublime music and sultry dancing; the story of two love-triangles set decades apart, of a wartime dancehall tryst, and of a battle to win the heart of the village hall salsa dance teacher. Charming, engaging, with genuinely delightful performances, this affectionate and comic play puts its funniest foot forward. Ages: 10+ Thu 05 Oct 7.30pm Heanor Baptist Church DE75 7QL 01773 718 676
One voice, one guitar, and the wondrous magic of spellbinding music, segueing easily from emotive originals into 1930s Cuban jazz, Elizabethan ballads into Irish folk, Americana into unexpected contemporary covers. With a rich warm singing voice, exceptional guitar playing, superb live technical wizardry and cheeky onstage road-stories, Sarah McQuaid's beautifully crafted solo show casts a quietly sublime spell. ★★★★★ Maverick Magazine
‘Brilliant musicianship, a warm and welcoming stage presence and a voice as rich, matured and knowing as the finest thrice-distilled Irish malt whiskey.’ fRoots Magazine Ages: 7+
'OWDYADO THEATRE A VIEW FROM THE EDGE 1950: Charlie Daniels, a private eye hired by the seductive Elise Hillerman to track down her disappeared husband. Now: Charlotte and Dan struggle to write the new film noir-inspired theatre show you are actually watching. Influenced by cult filmmakers Charlie Kaufman and David Lynch, this deftly woven narrative of stories within stories is wittily and elegantly performed. And as fiction turns into reality and back again, as stories spin, fragment and entangle with each other, one question arises: whose reality is real? A little gem of a show. Ages: 14+
FLAMENCO ALMA GITANA This acclaimed Spanish flamenco ensemble of voice, guitar and dancer brim with passion, power and technical command, delivering both slow, grand emotion and driving gunfire rhythms, with Lourdes Fernandez's heels hammering the floor. Thrilling footwork, extraordinary singing, outstanding guitar: a fantástico show.
‘A passionate and captivating flamenco performance.’ Time Out
Sun 08 Oct 7.30pm Tutbury Village Hall DE13 9NA 01283 812 248
Ages: 12+ Supported by Live & Local Friends.
Sat 07 Oct 8pm
Thu 12 Oct 7.30pm
The Verney Institute, Pleasley NG19 7PL
Dronfield Hall Barn S18 1PY
01623 810 035
07814 140 034
Sun 08 Oct 8pm Yoxall Parish Hall DE13 8NF 01543 472 700 05
SARAH MOULE LADY BE GOOD! THE ELLA FITZGERALD SONGBOOK 'A first-rate set ' (Sunday Times) marking the centenary of the first lady of song, the incomparable Ella Fitzgerald. Exquisite interpretations of some of the greatest songs of the 20th Century are here performed with exuberance, style and wit by two of the UK's top jazz-cabaret performers, the truly stunning singer Sarah Moule and superlative pianist Simon Wallace. ★★★★★
‘Outstanding interpretations… Moule's voice is cool, elegant. Wallace's arrangements are immaculate.’
PEACOCK ANGELL TRIO IN CONCERT 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. ★★★★ Financial Times
HARP & A MONKEY THE IMPORTANCE OF DIGGING HOLES: THE GREAT WAR AND MORE Fronted by an easy-going raconteur and BBC Who Do You Think You Are? historian, this acclaimed Lancashire folk-storytelling trio matches an excellent First World War folk set with humorous and melodic northern life story-songs. Lively, inventive folk music delivered in a down-to-earth manner.
‘A storming set… mesmeric.’
‘Bold and brilliant.’ The Observer
‘Absolutely amazing… scintillating.’
‘Fantastic stuff – sensational!’
Clare Balding, BBC Radio 2
‘Rousing music and droll Lancashire humour.’
‘Very superior cabaret fare: well-crafted numbers sung flawlessly, and with slick accompaniments.’ BBC Music Magazine Ages: 10+
The Telegraph Sat 14 Oct 8pm Ages: 7+
Brailsford & Ednaston Village Institute, Brailsford DE6 3DA
Sat 14 Oct 8pm
01335 360 387
Chinley Community Centre SK23 6BE 07867 723 062
Sat 14 Oct 7.30pm Bramshall Parish Hall ST14 5DE 01889 565 228
THEATRE CHIPPING NORTON SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE CRIMSON COBBLES Murder! Mystery! Mayhem! A witty, laugh-a-minute pastiche of Conan Doyle's great detective, this fast paced, quirky and deeply daft retelling of one of the darkest times in Victorian history sees Holmes stalking Jack the Ripper in the streets of London's East End. But when the evidence points to only one possible conclusion – that the Ripper is actually Sherlock's trusted sidekick Dr Watson – is our super sleuth prepared to believe the unbelievable? A kinetic, boisterous, jokefuelled treat... tirelessly superb.
OH LA LA! OH LA LA! AN EVENING OF FRENCH FANCIES Performing live, this very charming and sophisticated acoustic quartet are a delight, with Parisian Fifi la Mer shepherding her band through a set of gorgeous café music; authentic musette, playful chanson réaliste, 60s pop and classic jazz, with a figurative fug of Gauloise smoke drifting above. Unique entertainers, they blend their rich and evocative sound with Gallic coolness, natural panache and a colossal sense of fun. Magnificent. Ages: 7+
Tender poignancy and comic touches of sheer brilliance abound in this hugely acclaimed comic ode to death and friendship from the highly innovative Tangram Theatre.
Recounting the life-changing jungle adventures of the French artist-diva/explorer Gloria Delaneuf and her hapless and wonderfully longsuffering assistant Josephine as they follow in the tracks of Diane Fossey to communicate with gorillas.
Full of 'magnificently clever' (The Guardian) comedytheatre and threaded through with exquisite live music, this outlandish story of how one man gave his terminally ill best friend the full Viking funeral he'd always dreamed of, is remarkable. Deeply personal, deeply felt and delightfully comic. ★★★★★
Ingenious and hilariously funny this is fantastic comedytheatre, with the awardwinning and absolutely brilliant French/English performers holding the audience spellbound and in stitches with their slapstick physicality and pitch perfect wordplay.
‘A great show by a hysterical female double act. Catch them now before they are selling out at the Albert Hall.’
01663 308 202 Sun 22 Oct 7.30pm
Mel Giedroyc, Woman's Weekly Magazine
Breadsall Memorial Hall DE21 5LF
Fri 27 Oct 7.30pm
Thu 02 Nov 7pm
Kirk Langley Village Hall DE6 4NG
Friesland Performing Arts Centre, Friesland School, Sandiacre NG10 5AF
Sat 21 Oct 7.30pm
Fri 20 Oct 8pm
Spring Bank Arts Centre, New Mills SK22 4BH
01538 308 368
SPITZ & CO. GLORILLA
‘Joyous – heart-lifting and incredibly moving... as accomplished a piece of storytelling as you could hope to see.’
Waterfall Parochial Hall ST10 3HY
TANGRAM THEATRE TEAM VIKING
01332 831 577
01332 824 403
01159 397 326, Ext 168
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• Sandiacre •Chilwell
•Long Eaton •Shardlow
UCHENNA DANCE THE HEAD WRAP DIARIES A tour de force within the UK dance sector, Uchenna Dance's hugely uplifting hair-salon set dance-theatre show explores beauty, hair and culture. Weaving good humoured storytelling with beautifully physical African traditional and contemporary dance, and set to a sizzling soundtrack of R'n'B and Ghanaian pop music, this mesmerizing show is a delight to watch.
‘Dynamic, vigorous and unique… truly breath-taking.’
JAMES HICKMAN & DAN CASSIDY IN CONCERT
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.
The Independent Ages: 5+ 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.
‘Experts who really get their enjoyment of music across.’ The Times
‘Something special.’ Classical Music Magazine Ages: 6+
Fri 10 Nov 7.30pm The Peel Centre, Dronfield S18 1PX 07814 140 034
Sat 11 Nov 7.30pm Abbots Bromley Village Hall WS15 3DB 07972 571 893
Sat 11 Nov 7.30pm
In much the same way as the brilliant Transatlantic Sessions does, Britain's premiere AngloAmerican folk-roots duo embraces the shared heritage of country and Celtic music, with James Hickman's emotive, soaring vocals, driving guitar and lively English wit set against Dan Cassidy's virtuosic fiddling and bone-dry American drawl. An evening of classy and exquisite musicianship. Ages: 10+ Sat 18 Nov 7.30pm Dalbury Lees Millennium Hall DE6 5BE
THE CARRIVICK SISTERS IN CONCERT BBC Young Folk Award finalists 2010 'Superb' (BBC Radio 2) up-tempo pickin' and fiddlin' from the hugely talented Devonian twins Laura and Charlotte Carrivick, one of the UK's top young American bluegrass and old time music acts. With swapped lead vocals, tight sibling harmonies, multi-instrumental virtuosity (fiddle, banjo, mandolin, guitar and dobro) and finely crafted songs, this is a 'simply breathtaking' (Americana UK) slab of good time listening.
‘The Carrivick Sisters are pick of the crop.’ The Telegraph
01332 824 007 Sun 19 Nov 7.30pm
★★★★★ Maverick Magazine
St Francis Church, Leyfields Tamworth B79 8JB
★★★★ Q Magazine
01827 65 926
Ages: 7+ Wed 22 Nov 7.30pm Hollingwood Hub (Chesterfield Canal Trust), Chesterfield S43 2PF 01246 477 569
Crich Glebe Field Centre, Crich DE4 5EU 01773 853 260 13
ARLETTY THEATRE STINXVILLE This wonderfully enjoyable family-friendly antidote to Christmas pantos mixes energetic and irreverent storytelling with an offbeat quirkiness and uproarious live music, telling of the 'Stinxvillains' quest through their beloved Wicked City, for cake. Divinely silly clowning, ramshackle music hall varieties, steampunkery, jokes, circus jazz, gypsy tango and mariachi music, the catchiest of songs, Can-Can dancing, slow-motion Kung-Fu fights, fun-filled capers, thrills and spills, riotous rebellion. Check, check, check – all are excellently here, present and correct. Fabulous steampunk fun for all. Ages: 10+ Thu 23 Nov 7.30pm Thrumpton Village Hall NG11 0AX 01159 830 373
CHRISTINE ST JOHN BETTE DAVIS ON THE EDGE LOUISE JORDAN NO PETTICOATS HERE A gutsy and meticulouslyresearched stories-in-song telling of largely forgotten real-life tales of female heroism in World War I. With poignant, passionate and haunting folk songs compellingly sung, gifted musicianship and an engaging stage presence, No Petticoats Here sparkles with personality and personalities, a beautiful and eloquent tribute to exceptional women. ★★★★ Daily Express
Hannah James (Lady Maisery) is a true original, an utterly engaging one-woman folk band who mixes ethereal vocals and powerfully rhythmic accordion with elaborate percussive clog dance, all the while building up digital layers of sound using loop pedals. A brilliant, gently hypnotic live show with the sort of sparse, atmospheric quality which is The Unthanks' trademark. A pleasantly unexpected treat.
‘Full of nostalgic charm... an exciting thrill-ride through the life of Bette Davis and the history of the motion picture industry.’
‘Hannah is an incredible musician – a beautiful singer, inventive accordionist and her dancing is out of this world.’
Michigan City News-Dispatch (US)
‘Absolutely, totally and completely, brilliant.’
Ages: 16+ Fri 24 Nov 7.30pm
Hollywood icon Bette Davis, resplendent in midnight blue gown, reflects on her heyday, whilst teetering on the brink of a flagging career. A superb insight into the heart and soul of one of the greatest names from the golden age of cinema, this is a superb one-woman comedy-drama tour de force, and a shining example of what live theatre is all about.
★★★★ Sunday Express
BBC Radio 2
HANNAH JAMES' JIGDOLL
Thu 30 Nov 7.30pm Melbourne Assembly Rooms DE73 8GF 01332 863 522
Jon Boden (Bellowhead)
‘An elegant, flowing transition between tunes, movement and song.’ fRoots Magazine Ages: 14+ Sat 02 Dec 7.30pm
Parwich Memorial Hall DE6 1QJ
Taddington Village Institute SK17 9UD
07846 906 848
01298 85 384 16
ALAW IN CONCERT
LOST DOG PARADISE LOST (LIES UNOPENED BESIDE ME)
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.
A barn-storming one-man physical theatre/comedy re-telling of the story of creation, inspired by John Milton's epic poem Paradise Lost. Performed with gorgeous invention and brilliant audience rapport this is an enchanting, thought provoking, comically charming and very funny show.
‘Quietly reflective gems interspersed with up-tempo dance pieces.’ Sunday Times
‘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+ Sat 02 Dec 7.30pm Chapel-en-le-Frith Town Hall SK23 0HP
‘A virtuoso tour-de-force.’ The Stage ★★★★★
‘The comedy is divine.’ The Independent ★★★★★ Evening Standard ★★★★★ The Observer ★★★★ The Times ★★★★ The Guardian Ages: 14+
0333 666 3366 Sun 03 Dec 7.30pm Florence Nightingale Memorial Hall, Holloway DE4 5AQ
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.
01773 856 545 Sat 02 Dec 7.30pm Tutbury Village Hall DE13 9NA 01283 812 248
JEZ LOWE & THE BAD PENNIES YULE DO A rousing festive show from Geordieland with BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2015 doublenominee Jez Lowe and his terrific band. A real winterwarmer of a folk/music-hall revue, packed with great songs, rousing tunes, excellent musicianship, entertaining chat and seasonal scroogelike tomfoolery.
‘One of the hottest acts around.’ Daily Telegraph
‘Jez Lowe is one of our finest songwriters... a singular talent.’ BBC Radio 2
GARLIC THEATRE LITTLE RED ROBIN HOOD
NINEBARROW IN CONCERT
'What big eyes you have… sheriff… sorry …grandma.'
BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards Horizon Award nominees 2017
With great charm, enormous wit and a good deal of slapstick glove puppet inventiveness, two familiar tales are interwoven in a fast and funny show for family audiences. A brave Robin Hood goes on a quest to find the missing Little Red Riding Hood, helped by a kind bunny rabbit and hindered by a whacky old wolf who looks more than a little like the Sheriff of Nottingham. Truly funny and captivating, Little Red Robin Hood is rather marvellous.
‘I loved the play. I want to be the wolf because I am always very, very hungry.’ Tom (6)
Ages: 10+ Mon 04 Dec 8pm North Wingfield Community Resource Centre S42 5PW 01246 856 451
This multi-award-winning Dorsetshire folk duo combines exquisite, pitch-perfect vocal harmonies, captivating musicality, charismatic stage patter and genuine charm to deliver beautifully crafted traditional and original songs steeped in the darker side of the English landscape, folklore and history. Amid ringing endorsements from luminaries like Seth Lakeman and Kate Rusby, Ninebarrow are a recognised force on the folk scene. The Everly Brothers of British folk. ★★★★★
‘Stunning.’ Ages: 3-8
Part of the Live & Local Launchpad CYP programme (firing the imagination of children and young people).
★★★★ The Telegraph
Sat 09 Dec 3pm
Sun 10 Dec 8pm
Parwich Memorial Hall DE6 1QJ
The Verney Institute, Pleasley NG19 7PL
07846 906 848
01623 810 035
THE FB POCKET ORCHESTRA IN CONCERT A richly enjoyable night of hot jazz, blues, ragtime and popular dances that hint at jazz age 1920s and swing era 1930s; New Orleans, tea dances, Paris Cafés, and sophisticated, smoky nightclubs. Three superbly talented musicians splice quality crooning, a bewildering variety of instruments, a delightful period charm, and a flirtatious twinkle in the eye (on the more risqué material) into a laid-back acoustic treat.
‘Atmospheric, yet vibrant, this will make you wish you had been born some 100 years ago. The style, glamour and ‘fabulousness’ of this era is captured beautifully.’ Jazz FM Ages: 10+ Sat 16 Dec 8pm Yoxall Parish Hall DE13 8NF 01543 472 700
Fri 15 Dec 6pm Draycott-in-the-Clay Village Hall DE6 5BY 01283 820 357 19
BECOME A LIVE & LOCAL FRIEND TODAY We have three levels of membership with varying benefits to each level, as outlined below:
Annual Membership Options Silver (£20) KATHRYN ROBERTS & SEAN LAKEMAN IN CONCERT
Thank-you on our website and in our e-newsletters; 1 x Buy One Get One Free Ticket Voucher; regular Friends' Newsletters.
Gold (£45) BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards Best Duo winners 2013 and 2016 Long established as one of the UK folk scene's most rewardingly enduring partnerships, Kathryn Roberts and Sean Lakeman are songwriters par excellence, their music tuneful, intelligent and soulful. Here, Kathryn's powerful voice is matched against Sean's driving guitar on a set of impressive modern folk songs and heartfelt traditional numbers, switching from thoughtful ballads to stomping acoustic rock. Impressive and entertaining. ★★★★★ The Telegraph ★★★★★ The Guardian
BOWJANGLES MYTHS & LEGENDS This hyperactive all-singing, all-strumming, all-dancing, all-comedy-cabaret-varietytheatrical string quartet explores the mystical, mythical world of fairy-tales, folklore and legends. Superb classical musicians with a remarkable gift for groan-worthy laughs and physical comedy, here they swashbuckle their way through musical sketches of monsters, ancient gods, historical figures and fantasy characters, all whilst playing strings flawlessly. Truly original entertainment and a joy to watch.
Thank-you on our website and in our e-newsletters; 2 x Buy One Get One Free Ticket Vouchers; regular Friends' Newsletters; advance season mailings; invitations to Showcase Events; membership of our 'Go And See' (GAS) talent scouting scheme.
Platinum (£75) Thank-you on our website and in our e-newsletters; 3 x Buy One Get One Free Ticket Vouchers; regular Friends' Newsletters; advance season mailings; invitations to Showcase Events; membership of our 'Go And See' (GAS) talent scouting scheme; a free gift; Curated Programming; other occasional special events, invites and benefits. All prices inclusive of VAT. For more information or to become a Friend: join online at liveandlocal.org.uk or choose a membership option above, complete the form below and return to us with a cheque for the correct amount made payable to Live & Local Ltd. You will then receive a welcome pack in the post.
Sat 20 Jan 2018 8pm
Sat 27 Jan 2018 7.30pm
Alstonefield Memorial Hall DE6 2FR
Parwich Memorial Hall DE6 1QJ
01335 310 322
07846 906 848
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Published on Aug 3, 2017
The Live & Local Rural & Community Touring Network Derbyshire helps voluntary promoter groups bring rural communities together to enjoy high...