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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: 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.



COMMUNITY Alstonefield Parwich Creswell

SHOW / PERFORMER Roberts & Lakeman Bowjangles Bowjangles

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COMMUNITY Pleasley Chinley Holloway Kirk Langley Beeston Chapel-en-le-Frith Crich Yoxall Belper Chesterfield Dronfield Bramshall West Hallam

SHOW / PERFORMER The Carrivick Sisters Roberts & Lakeman The FB Pocket Orchestra Tim Kliphuis Trio Tim Kliphuis Trio Don Kipper The Grahams The Grahams The Other Half Alma Old Hat Jazz Band Old Hat Jazz Band Alma

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COMMUNITY Great Longstone Tutbury Melbourne Spital Breadsall Brailsford Crich New Mills Doveridge Belton Heanor Heage Tansley

SHOW / PERFORMER PAGE Think of England 10 The Phantom of the Opera 10 Cory Seznec Band 13 Cory Seznec Band 13 Cory Seznec Band 13 Ninebarrow 14 Here I Belong 15 The Little Love Cabaret 15 Travelling by Tuba 16 James Hickman & Dan Cassidy 16 The Window 17 James Hickman & Dan Cassidy 16 James Hickman & Dan Cassidy 16

FEBRUARY DATE Fri 02 Sun 04 Thu 08 Thu 08 Sat 10 Sat 17 Sat 17 Sun 18 Thu 22 Thu 22 Fri 23 Sat 24 Sun 25

MARCH DATE Thu 01 Fri 02 Thu 08 Fri 09 Sun 11 Sat 17 Sat 17 Sat 17 Fri 23 Thu 29 Thu 29 Fri 30 Sat 31

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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APRIL DATE Wed 11 Thu 12 Thu 12 Fri 13 Sat 14 Sat 21 Sun 22 Sun 22 Sat 28 Sun 29

COMMUNITY Anslow Melbourne Taddington Shirebrook Whitwell New Mills Chapel-en-le-Frith Chilwell Pleasley Crich

SHOW / PERFORMER PAGE Amy Johnson 17 The Wind in the Willows 18 Amy Johnson 17 The Wind in the Willows 18 Amy Johnson 17 Harp & A Monkey 18 The Sagas of Noggin the Nog 19 Amy Johnson 17 Sheesham and Lotus & 'Son 19 Sheesham and Lotus & 'Son 19

BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards Best Duo winners 2013 and 2016.

MAY DATE Fri 04 Fri 04 Thu 10 Fri 11 Sat 12 Thu 17 Thu 17 Sun 20


COMMUNITY Kirk Langley North Wingfield Belton Spital Chapel-en-le-Frith Belper Sandiacre Milton

SHOW / PERFORMER PAGE Zoe Gilby Quartet 20 Dan Walsh 20 Kit Holmes with Al Greenwood 21 The Phantom of the Opera 10 Kit Holmes with Al Greenwood 21 Old Hat Jazz Band 09 The Little Love Cabaret 15 The Ministry of Biscuits 21

Long established as one of the UK folk scene's most rewardingly enduring partnerships, Kathryn Roberts and Sean Lakeman are 'songwriters par excellence' (fRoots Magazine), 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.

BOWJANGLES EXCALIBOW 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.

‘Hugely talented… hilarious… outstanding.’ Wiltshire Times

★★★★ The Telegraph ★★★★ The Guardian

Ages: 7+

Ages: 7+

Sat 27 Jan 7.30pm

Sat 20 Jan 8pm

Parwich Memorial Hall DE6 1QJ

Alstonefield Memorial Hall DE6 2FR 01335 310 322 Sun 04 Feb 7.30pm Chinley Community Centre SK23 6BE

07846 906 848 Sun 28 Jan 7pm Creswell Social Centre S80 4BH 01909 721 558

07867 723 062



THE CARRIVICK SISTERS IN CONCERT BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award finalists 2010. 'Superb' (BBC Radio 2) uptempo 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 ★★★★★ Maverick Magazine ★★★★ Q Magazine

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: 7+



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 11th year, bring their compelling interplay to Grappelli's highenergy gypsy swing and jazzed-up classical tunes.

This joyful, multi-lingual, multi award-winning seven-piece ensemble are remarkable young exponents of Jewish klezmer and traditional styles from Greece, Turkey and the Balkans, reflecting the cultural diversity and living traditions of their North East London home. Weaving virtuosic instrumentation, Dunja Botic's sumptuous and 'spectacular' (BBC Radio 3) vocals, and unbridled musical passion, their uptempo good-time shows are exquisitely freewheeling.


‘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

Songlines Magazine


Ages: 7+

Sunday Times Ages: 10+

Sat 17 Feb 7.30pm

Thu 08 Feb 7.30pm

Thu 08 Feb 7.30pm

Chapel-en-le-Frith Town Hall SK23 0HP

Florence Nightingale Memorial Hall, Holloway DE4 5AQ

Kirk Langley Village Hall DE6 4NG

Fri 02 Feb 8pm

01623 810 035

(Greece/Serbia/UK) International arts supported by Live & Local Friends.

(Netherlands) International arts supported by Live & Local Friends.

Ages: 10+ The Verney Institute, Pleasley NG19 7PL

‘Sure to send shivers down your spine.’

03336 663 366

01332 824 403

01773 856 545 Sat 10 Feb 7.30pm Beeston Methodist Church NG9 1EH 01159 431 164 05



THE GRAHAMS IN CONCERT This dynamic Nashville-based husband and wife Americana duo surely 'rattle the hocks', crafting real emotive, shiver-up-the-spineinducing songs – drawn from their hard travelling expeditions along the Mississippi's Great River Road and riding the old American railroad. Passionate, joyful, harmonious and captivating.

‘Americana doesn't come much better.’ Acoustic Magazine ★★★★★

‘Alyssa has a great voice, crystal clear, full of fire and passion, perfectly complimented by Doug on dobro and vocals.’

An inspired collaboration between the leading lights of crime fiction and country music, an original story written and read by best-selling crime writer Mark Billingham is soundtracked by the powerful and poignant songs of internationally-acclaimed Americana duo My Darling Clementine. Part gig, part play, part storytelling, for one night only, be transported to downtown Memphis, awash with heart-on-sleeve country romanticism and hard-boiled crime.

ALMA IN CONCERT Alma brings together the vibrant sound of two of the finest fiddlers on the English folk scene, the award winning John Dipper and Emily Askew, with the sensitive driving guitar of Adrian Lever. Exploring the rich diversity of the English, European and Asian fiddle traditions, this distinctive and magnificent instrumental virtuosity is a joy to listen to.

‘Ethereal and seductive... their repertoire continually springs surprises. The playing is spry, intelligent and joyous.’ Sunday Times

‘A convincing world of barflies, peeling paint and characters on bar stools with very dark secrets.’

‘John Dipper is one of England's most sophisticated fiddlers… always a delight!’

★★★★ Country Music People

BBC Radio 4 Front Row

fRoots Magazine

Ages: 7+

★★★★★ Maverick Magazine

Ages: 10+

The Irish Post

(USA) International arts supported by Live & Local Friends.

Sat 17 Feb 7.30pm Crich Glebe Field Centre, Crich DE4 5EU 01773 853 260

★★★★ The Sun ★★★★ The Guardian ★★★★ Daily Express ★★★★ The Scotsman

01543 472 700

Hollingwood Hub (Chesterfield Canal Trust), Chesterfield S43 2PF 01246 477 569

Ages: 14+

Sun 18 Feb 8pm Yoxall Parish Hall DE13 8NF

Thu 22 Feb 7.30pm

Sun 25 Feb 7.30pm

Thu 22 Feb 8pm

West Hallam Village Hall DE7 6GR

Belper Rugby Club DE56 1UU

01159 303 340

07743 957 017 07



OLD HAT JAZZ BAND IN CONCERT A group of some of the finest young musical talents Britain has to offer, Old Hat Jazz Band brings huge amounts of style and panache to a treasure trove of quintessential 1920s and '30s jazz classics and 'irresistibly catchy ' (All About Jazz) original tunes. Old jazz remade with real verve.

‘A phenomenal sound.’ BBC Radio 3

‘Ridiculously happy making music.’

A rousing, thought-provoking immersive play of two young ladies travelling the country hosting tea dances for RAF fighter pilots during World War II, and of their real purpose; sending the men off to fight having experienced all of life's pleasures ('nudge, nudge, wink, wink, say no more'). Following a fascinating but little known real-life story, this spirited show weaves together brilliant drama, gentle innuendo, the odd wartime song and a little dancing.

BBC Proms ★★★★ ★★★★

‘Tunes full of life, energy and nuanced performance… hugely enjoyable.’

MINIMA: SILENT FILM & LIVE MUSIC THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (1925) (PG) Spellbinding live music accompaniment turns this fast-moving, 'ultra-fantastic melodrama' (New York Times) – one of the great classics of American silent film – into an atmospheric and gripping experience. 'Acclaimed soundscapers' (Time Out) Minima are one of the leading bands in Europe accompanying silent film: 'Minima sound unmistakably modern, but capture the film's disturbing mood perfectly ' (The Telegraph).

‘Excavates women's stories with spirit and invention.’

‘A superbly sinister live score.’

The Guardian

Financial Times

Ages: 12+

‘Pure spectacle.’

All About Jazz The Times: Films You Have to See

Ages: 7+ Fri 23 Feb 7.30pm Dronfield Hall Barn S18 1PY 07814 140 034 Sat 24 Feb 7.30pm

Produced in association with the Live & Local DART programme (developing artists for rural touring), and with Community Touring Network promoters in East and West Midlands. Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

Bramshall Parish Hall ST14 5DE 01889 565 228 Thu 17 May 8pm

Thu 01 Mar 7.30pm

Belper Rugby Club DE56 1UU

Great Longstone Village Hall DE45 1TB

07743 957 017

01629 640 943

Ages: 10+ USA 1925 Dir: Rupert Julian 77 min

Fri 02 Mar 7.30pm Tutbury Village Hall DE13 9NA 01283 812 248 Fri 11 May 7.30pm St Leonards Mission Church, Spital, Chesterfield S41 0HQ 01246 220 741



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A soulful, freewheeling set by the Franco-American Cory Seznec – formerly of much praised world-roots outfit the Groanbox Boys – encapsulates the musician's eclectic taste and adventurous approach to global styles. The music is joyous, a vibrant mix of American roots, country and jazz with a twist of African blues, with Cory switching constantly between the raw and stomping and the charmingly sophisticated, interspersed with musical anecdotes of the songs' origins.

BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards Horizon Award nominees 2017.

‘A virtuoso musician and gifted songsmith doing what comes naturally. Ry Cooder comparisons are most apposite.’ fRoots Magazine ★★★★ Songlines Magazine ★★★★ The Guardian

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.’ Maverick Magazine ★★★★

‘Beautiful.’ Ages: 7+

The Telegraph

(USA/France) International arts supported by Live & Local Friends.

‘A rather lovely thing... like two halves of one voice.’ BBC Radio 2 Folk Show

Thu 08 Mar 7.30pm Melbourne Assembly Rooms DE73 8GF


01332 863 522

BBC Radio 3

Fri 09 Mar 7.30pm

Ages: 7+

St Leonards Mission Church, Spital, Chesterfield S41 0HQ 01246 220 741

Sat 17 Mar 8pm

Sun 11 Mar 7.30pm

Brailsford & Ednaston Village Institute, Brailsford DE6 3DA

Breadsall Memorial Hall DE21 5LF

01335 360 387

01332 831 577 13




A thoughtful, compelling and charming portrayal of 60 years of village life seen through the eyes of one village resident, from youth to the fight to stay in her home in old age. A thoroughly engaging performance by an absolutely fantastic 'new writing' company.

Stupendously mad fun, three dancers – with the odd special guest adding pizzazz – romp through a quick-fire set of song, dance and comedy sketches inspired by real-life love stories gathered from contributors aged 2 – 92 across the UK. Clever, slick and hilarious, this all-singing, all-dancing cabaret extravaganza is a heartwarming love-letter to love; romantical, confessional, obsessional, fantastical. A night to remember.

‘One of British theatre's unsung treasures… superb touring shows.’ The Guardian

‘A life-affirming piece of theatre that genuinely embraces the audience.’

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.

‘Their moves are timed to perfection and it's fun.’

‘Experts who really get their enjoyment of music across.’

The Stage

The Times

Ages: 12+

‘Something special.’

The Guardian Ages: 14+ Pentabus Theatre is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

Sat 17 Mar 7.30pm Crich Glebe Field Centre, Crich DE4 5EU 01773 853 260

Classical Music Magazine Sat 17 Mar 7.30pm Spring Bank Arts Centre, New Mills SK22 4BH 01663 308 202 Thu 17 May 7pm Friesland Performing Arts Centre, Friesland School, Sandiacre NG10 5AF 01159 397 326, Ext 168

In much the same way as the brilliant BBC Transatlantic Sessions does, Britain's premiere Anglo-American 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, bone-dry irony and distinctive New World drawl. An evening of classy and exquisite musicianship. Ages: 10+ (UK/USA) International arts supported by Live & Local Friends.

Thu 29 Mar 7.30pm Belton Village Hall LE12 9TU 01530 222 897 Fri 30 Mar 7.30pm

Ages: 6+ Part of the Live & Local Launchpad CYP programme (firing the imagination of children and young people).

Fri 23 Mar 7.30pm

The Village Hall at Heage DE56 2AL 01773 853 358 Sat 31 Mar 7.30pm Tansley Village Hall DE4 5FH 07748 545 287

Doveridge Village Hall DE6 5JQ 01889 567 461





A compelling and beautifully constructed First World War drama, of a young Coventry soldier and his harrowing experiences of one of the British Army's most notoriously unsuccessful and bloody offensives.

With brilliant storytelling – funny, poignant and compelling – this is an enthralling portrait of Hull's 'First Lady of the Air', Amy Johnson, one of the world's most famous aviators who in 1930 became the first woman to fly solo between Britain and Australia. Two jovial WAF* girls celebrate Amy's inspirational life, pioneering career and wartime heroism, and chronicle her final journey and mysterious disappearance without trace over the Thames Estuary.

Inspired by his richly detailed family history, playwright Paul Nolan's vivid and deeply affecting true story of his great uncle, James O'Neil, resonates with pity and passion. A powerful and moving tribute to commemorate the centenary of the armistice of 1918.

Ages: 10+ * Women in the Air Force (WAF).

Ages: 10+ Wed 11 Apr 7.30pm Commissioned by the Belgrade Theatre, Coventry. Part of the First World War Centenary Programme (vibrant arts experiences connecting current and future generations with the lives, stories and impact of the First World War).

Thu 29 Mar 7.30pm Heanor Baptist Church DE75 7QL 01773 718 676

Anslow Village Hall DE13 9QE 01283 812 849 Thu 12 Apr 7.30pm Taddington Village Institute SK17 9UD 01298 85 384

This exuberant, award-winning puppet company works its magic on a beautiful new adaptation of Kenneth Grahame's evergreen classic riverbank story: gleeful larks, messing about in boats, incorrigible amphibians, 'poop-poop', the menacing Wild Wood, wicked weasels and an almighty dustup to finish with. Join jittery Ratty, amiable Mole, bluff Badger and swaggering Toad on their marvellous adventures. With fantastic homespun fabric puppetry and completely charming original music, the show generates non-stop energy and high good humour from its two-strong cast, wowing audiences.

Whitwell Community Centre S80 4QR

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.

‘Fantastic stuff – sensational!’ Clare Balding, BBC Radio 2

‘Rousing music and droll Lancashire humour.’

★★★★ The Stage

The Telegraph

Ages: 5+

★★★★ The Observer

Part of the Live & Local Launchpad CYP programme (firing the imagination of children and young people).

Sat 14 Apr 8pm Thu 12 Apr 5pm

Ages: 7+ Part of the First World War Centenary Programme (vibrant arts experiences connecting current and future generations with the lives, stories and impact of the First World War).

01909 723 490

Melbourne Assembly Rooms DE73 8GF

Sun 22 Apr 7.30pm

01332 863 522

Sat 21 Apr 7.30pm

Chilwell Arts Theatre, Chilwell School NG9 5AL

Fri 13 Apr 7pm

Spring Bank Arts Centre, New Mills SK22 4BH

07772 053 412 17


Shirebrook Village Hall NG20 8JP 01623 742 475

01663 308 202 18



Combining lovely comic action, fabulous puppets, retro charm, live music and original film, four of the least gruff Vikings you'll ever meet capture the spirit and humour of Peter Firmin and Oliver Postgate's (The Clangers, Bagpuss) much loved 1960's television series. Hilarious, sweet family fun: silly Vikings, journeys of adventure, dastardly deeds, fearsome dragons, big green birds, buttered toast*.

Using a host of vintage instruments, this show-stopping Canadian trio serves up riotous, high stepping, sepiatinted old-timey string-band music with roots in the vaudeville and juke joints of the American South. Oozing authenticity and dynamism this is hugely entertaining, and all in all a lovely, must-see treat. Truly they are the new kings of old-time.

‘An expertly acted, beautifully realised stage play with the warm charm of a bedtime story.’

‘A wondrous set from old-time stylists… a lovely, inspiring and slightly manic treat.’



This nationally-renowned, immensely talented and spirited jazz vocalist is joined by her commanding band for an adventurous blend of new music, familiar classics and contemporary covers. An evening of sheer enjoyment.

BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards Musician of the Year nominee 2016.

‘Excellent.’ Courtney Pine, BBC Radio 2

‘Sparkling… an exuberant singer whose lively personality comes across on every song.’ Jazz UK

fRoots Magazine Ages: 12+

The Independent Ages: 10+ Ages: 5+ * Buttered toast is very important to the Nogs. There's no threat so desperate, be it storm-lashed seas or marauding dragons, that they can't stop to make toast round the glowing camp fire.

(Canada) International arts supported by Live & Local Friends.

Sat 28 Apr 8pm The Verney Institute, Pleasley NG19 7PL

Member of the award-winning Urban Folk Quartet, Dan Walsh is an astounding banjo player – 'the real deal, a demon picker' (Uncut Magazine) – as well as a winning songwriter, wonderful singer and superb guitarist.

Fri 04 May 7.30pm Kirk Langley Village Hall DE6 4NG 01332 824 403

This intimate and truly memorable live show is a delightful mix of British, Irish and American folk music – with forays into Indian music, jazz and blues – performed with a unique and dazzling take on clawhammer style banjo, and with a healthy dose of lively humour and personal stories, particularly of the inspirations behind some of the songs and tunes.

‘Absolutely terrific.’ BBC Radio 2 Ages: 13+

01623 810 035

Part of the Live & Local Launchpad CYP programme (firing the imagination of children and young people).

Sun 29 Apr 7.30pm

Fri 04 May 8pm

Crich Glebe Field Centre, Crich DE4 5EU

North Wingfield Resource Centre S42 5PW

Sun 22 Apr 2pm

01773 853 260

01246 856 451

The Playhouse, Chapel-en-le-Frith SK23 0EZ 03336 663 366 19


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'Macy Gray meets Nick Drake' (The Observer). Much championed by guitarist John Etheridge, singersongwriter Kit Holmes is a rising star of the acoustic music scene, her trademark sultry vocals and virtuoso guitar playing having wowed audiences across the UK. Here, Kit is joined by guitarist Al Greenwood for an enthralling, infectious performance of her bluesdriven roots (with a soul sensibility). Full of warmth and joie de vivre, and mixing dazzling songs with delightful instrumentals, this is an absolute delight.

London, 1948, and The Ministry of Biscuits casts its sinister shadow over every tea-time and elevenses in the land, prohibiting fancy biscuits everywhere and sparking confectionery rebellion. Drawing inspiration from 40's British Light Music, Orwell's dystopian classic 1984 and the great, quintessentially British, Ealing comedy capers, this satirical musical fantasy – co-written by Philip Reeve, the hugely popular, award-winning children's author of Mortal Engines, and featuring David Mounfield (Mel Giedroyc's costar on the BBC Radio 4 sketch show Rum Bunch) – is an absolutely ripping wheeze.

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‘Impressive... a new British guitar heroine.’ The Guardian ★★★★★ Maverick Magazine Ages: 10+

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‘Delightful... genuinely funny... a great show!’

Belton Village Hall LE12 9TU

The Scotsman


Ages: 7+



01530 222 897 Sat 12 May 7.30pm Chapel-en-le-Frith Town Hall SK23 0HP 03336 663 366

Sun 20 May 7.30pm Milton Village Hall DE65 6EF 01283 703 075


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