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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 Staffordshire helps voluntary promoter groups bring rural communities together to enjoy high-quality, entertaining and affordable professional live theatre, music, dance and family shows (and film screenings) 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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AT A GLANCE: WHAT'S ON STAFFORDSHIRE JAN – MAY 2018 JANUARY DATE Sat 20 Thu 25 Sat 27
COMMUNITY Alstonefield Kings Bromley Parwich
SHOW / PERFORMER Roberts & Lakeman Mummy Monster Bowjangles
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SHOW / PERFORMER Kel Elliott & Her Three Man Orchestra Mirror Mirror Kel Elliott & Her Three Man Orchestra The Carrivick Sisters The FB Pocket Orchestra Tantz Point of Echoes The Grahams Old Hat Jazz Band
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Heaton Leek Draycott-in-the-Clay Yoxall Doveridge Rolleston on Dove Hill Ridware
SHOW / PERFORMER The Phantom of the Opera Wind in the Willows: A Folk Opera Finding Nana Finding Nana Kel Elliott & Her Three Man Orchestra Ninebarrow Here I Belong Tongue Tied & Twisted Kate Dimbleby Travelling by Tuba No Petticoats Here The Window
COMMUNITY Anslow Foxt Biddulph Moor Abbots Bromley
SHOW / PERFORMER Amy Johnson Mummy Monster The Busquitos Kate Dimbleby
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Moreton Church Eaton Tamworth Leek Yoxall Bramshall
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MARCH DATE Fri 02 Fri 02
COMMUNITY Tutbury Wetwood
Mon 05 Pattingham Thu 08 Kings Bromley Sat 10 Blythe Bridge Thu 15 Thu 15 Fri 16 Sat 17 Fri 23 Sun 25 Fri 30
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COMMUNITY Blythe Bridge Tamworth Chebsey Moreton Alrewas Milton
SHOW / PERFORMER The Mile Roses Nosferatu Dan Walsh The Mile Roses Nordic Fiddlers Bloc The Ministry of Biscuits
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KATHRYN ROBERTS & SEAN LAKEMAN IN CONCERT 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' (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. ★★★★ The Telegraph
LIZ HART MUMMY MONSTER Frank, funny and ferocious, this intimate one-woman theatre show shares the pressures and high anxieties of parenting small children, and the 'bad stuff' that tips parents over the edge. Full of truth, charm, wonder and invention, acted with great finesse, and laced with joyous laughter, beautiful imagery, striking physicality and superb original music, this is an engrossing and accessible drama. Ages: 13+
★★★★ The Guardian
Thu 25 Jan 7.30pm
Kings Bromley Village Hall DE13 7HW 01543 473 339
Sat 20 Jan 8pm Alstonefield Memorial Hall DE6 2FR 01335 310 322
Fri 20 Apr 7.30pm Foxt Village Hall ST10 2HN 01538 266 668
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 Ages: 7+
KEL ELLIOTT & HER THREE MAN ORCHESTRA TRUTH & TALL TALES As seen at the Cheltenham Jazz Festival BBC Introducing stage, with Jamie Cullum and Jo Whiley. 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+ Fri 02 Feb 8pm
Sat 27 Jan 7.30pm
Calton St Mary's Memorial Hall, Calton ST10 3JX
Parwich Memorial Hall DE6 1QJ
01538 308 619
07846 906 848
Sat 03 Feb 7.30pm Marchington Village Hall ST14 8LH 01283 820 583 Sat 10 Mar 7pm Blythe Bridge Library & Community Centre ST11 9JR
RED EARTH THEATRE MIRROR MIRROR
THE CARRIVICK SISTERS IN CONCERT
A special company with a stellar reputation for touring deaf inclusive work for small children, Red Earth here brings real joie de vivre to a gloriously mischievous new version of the age-old tale of Snow White. Played with enormous energy, great good humour and loads of visual flair, and with the clever use of inventive props, puppets, costumes and choreography, this delightful show sparks the imagination of adults and children alike.
BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award finalists 2010.
‘Stunning… this unique take on a classic will keep children compelled.’
'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.’
British Sign Language (BSL) integrated. Captioned performance (CAP). Part of the Live & Local Launchpad CYP programme (firing the imagination of children and young people). Red Earth Theatre is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
Fri 02 Feb 5.30pm Foxlowe Arts Centre, Leek ST13 6AD
★★★★★ Maverick Magazine ★★★★ Q Magazine Ages: 7+ Sat 03 Feb 7.30pm Millennium Community Centre, Moreton TF10 9DS 01952 691 222
01538 386 112
01782 399 877 05
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.
TANTZ IN CONCERT
BGROUP DANCE POINT OF ECHOES
THE GRAHAMS IN CONCERT
One of the most spirited Jewish klezmer dance and eastern European gypsy folkjazz bands around, this remarkable six-piece has quickly consolidated its rising star status with a series of unforgettable festival gigs. Joyous, infectious, distinctive and proof positive that you don't need to travel to hear great global music.
Hovering at the boundary between dance and theatre, Point of Echoes blends the whimsical tones of a Wes Anderson movie with the uncanny dread of The Twilight Zone. This affecting nautical tale explores how the relationship between two keepers at an isolated lighthouse runs aground when a mysterious figure enters their lives. Renowned international choreographer Ben Wright creates the first commission for the Rural Touring Dance Initiative, an intimate new dance-theatre work for community halls.
This dynamic Nashville-based husband and wife Americana duo surely 'rattle the hocks', crafting real emotive, shiver-upthe-spine-inducing 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.
‘Top-notch musicianship.’ Songlines Magazine
‘Brilliant to see live.’ ‘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
BBC Radio Leeds Ages: 10+ Fri 09 Feb 7pm Sacred Heart Church, Glascote, Tamworth B77 2EA 07921 003 519
‘Wright is always an entertainer at heart, his work ranging from the comic through to the mysterious. Work of real beauty and quality.’ The Guardian Ages: 15+
Ages: 10+ Fri 09 Feb 7.30pm Church Eaton Village Institute ST20 0AG
Commissioned by the Rural Touring Dance Initiative (making the best dance happen in small spaces), Warwick Arts Centre and Dance East. Supported by Arts Council England.
‘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.’ The Irish Post ★★★★
‘Articulate, poetic and deeply moving.’ Country Music People Ages: 7+ (USA) International arts supported by Live & Local Friends.
01785 824 882 Sun 18 Feb 8pm Sat 10 Feb 7.30pm Foxlowe Arts Centre, Leek ST13 6AD
Yoxall Parish Hall DE13 8NF 01543 472 700
01538 386 112 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.’ BBC Proms
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).
‘Tunes full of life, energy and nuanced performance… hugely enjoyable.’
‘A superbly sinister live score.’
All About Jazz
GREENMATTHEWS THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS: A FOLK OPERA Kenneth Grahame's well-loved and timeless tale is brought to vibrant life exclusively through song, with evocative new lyrics set to traditional English folk melodies. A show of real charm and wistful nostalgia, Chris Green, Sophie Matthews and special guests Vicki Swan and Jonny Dyer, vividly chronicle the adventures of Mole, Ratty, Badger and Toad across the river and in to the dark and dangerous Wild Wood. The perfect antidote to winter – summery, vivacious, sparkling and full of life.
NEW PERSPECTIVES FINDING NANA This magical autobiographical one-woman show – from award winning writer Jane Upton – charts halcyon childhood summers in a seaside hotel, the unconditional love between a granddaughter and her Nana, and the desperate need to capture memories before they are lost. Flitting between the past and present, childhood and old age, this is a brave and inspirational tale of love and loss to make you smile and make you sad. Just brilliant.
‘Top notch.’ ‘Eclectic and enjoyable.’ English Folk Dance and Song Society Magazine (on GreenMatthews)
The Guardian Ages: 14+ New Perspectives Theatre is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
The Times: Films You Have to See
fRoots Magazine (on Swan & Dyer)
Sat 24 Feb 7.30pm
USA 1925 Dir: Rupert Julian 77 min
Bramshall Parish Hall ST14 5DE
Fri 02 Mar 7.30pm
Fri 02 Mar 7.30pm
01902 700 586
Tutbury Village Hall DE13 9NA
Broughton Parish Room, Wetwood ST21 6NW
Thu 08 Mar 7.30pm
01283 812 248
01630 620 225
01889 565 228
Mon 05 Mar 7.30pm Pattingham Village Hall WV6 7BB
Kings Bromley Village Hall DE13 7HW 01543 473 339
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NINEBARROW IN CONCERT BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards Horizon Award nominees 2017. 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.’ The Telegraph
PENTABUS THEATRE HERE I BELONG 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.
‘One of British theatre's unsung treasures… superb touring shows.’ The Guardian
PETER CHAND TONGUE TIED & TWISTED 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
‘A life-affirming piece of theatre that genuinely embraces the audience.’ The Guardian
Ages: 14+ Produced in association with Black Country Touring and Creative Black Country.
Ages: 14+ Fri 16 Mar 7pm Pentabus Theatre is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
Draycott-in-the-Clay Village Hall, DE6 5BY 01283 820 357
Ages: 7+ Thu 15 Mar 7.30pm Thu 15 Mar 7.45pm Swythamley & Heaton Community Centre, Heaton SK11 0SJ
Foxlowe Arts Centre, Leek ST13 6AD 01538 386 112
07814 582 741 13
ALBANY THEATRE THE WINDOW
KATE DIMBLEBY SONGBIRDS A cabaret artist at the top of her game, Kate (daughter of broadcaster David) Dimbleby's acclaimed one-woman a cappella show is wonderful, her pure velvet voice and magnetic stage presence captivating the audience and guaranteeing a good time. ★★★★★
LOUISE JORDAN NO PETTICOATS HERE 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.
Mail On Sunday
‘An extraordinary voice.’ The Telegraph
‘( A ) must-see show.’ Sunday Times
‘Experts who really get their enjoyment of music across.’ The Times
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 ★★★★ Sunday Express
‘Something special.’ Classical Music Magazine
Ages: 6+ Part of the Live & Local Launchpad CYP programme (firing the imagination of children and young people).
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).
Sat 28 Apr 7.30pm
Fri 23 Mar 7.30pm
Sun 25 Mar 7.30pm
Abbots Bromley Village Hall WS15 3DB
Doveridge Village Hall DE6 5JQ
Rolleston Club, Rolleston-on-Dove DE13 9DN
07972 571 893
01889 567 461
01283 813 833
Ages: 10+ Sat 17 Mar 8pm Yoxall Parish Hall DE13 8NF 01543 472 700
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. 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+ 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).
Fri 30 Mar 7.30pm Hill Ridware Village Hall WS15 3RJ 01543 490 873
BADAPPLE THEATRE AMY JOHNSON 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. Set against a 2/3 size replica Gipsy Moth bi-plane, this exhilarating bioplay takes off as entertainment.
THE BUSQUITOS WICKY WACKY WOO This brilliant Dutch streetband showcases its energetic, highly eccentric, and very catchy trad-influenced comedic-jazz, jumping into the crowd at every opportunity, kidnapping audience members, staging mock weddings. Dazzlingly funny, they bring a smile to everyone's face.
‘Brilliant Dutch musicians who deliver a fast-changing variety of music styles.’ Jazz Journal
THE MILE ROSES WHISKY FIRESIDE (AND OTHER SONGS FROM THE ROAD) A fantastic collaboration of three respected solo singersongwriters: Kate Bramley (Jez Lowe & the Bad Pennies), Simon Haworth, and the honey-voiced Edwina Hayes, the latter numbering Michael Parkinson and Nanci Griffith among her fans. Performing contemporary British folk with a nod to Nashville, this is an evening of beautifully written songs, from toe tapping folk rockabilly to haunting ballads; of the road well-travelled, of heartache, and of single malts..
‘Impressive.’ Daily Telegraph (on Kate Bramley)
Ages: 10+ Ages: 5+ * Women in the Air Force (WAF).
Wed 11 Apr 7.30pm
(Netherlands) International arts supported by Live & Local Friends.
Anslow Village Hall DE13 9QE
Thu 26 Apr 8pm
01283 812 849
‘The sweetest voice in England... so gifted and full of song.’ Nanci Griffith (on Edwina Hayes) Ages: 10+
Biddulph Moor Village Hall ST8 7HP 01782 523 573
Wed 16 May 7pm Blythe Bridge Library & Community Centre ST11 9JR 01782 399 877 Sat 19 May 7.30pm Millennium Community Centre, Moreton TF10 9DS 01952 691 222
MINIMA: SILENT FILM & LIVE MUSIC NOSFERATU: A SYMPHONY OF HORROR (1922) (PG) A marriage made in heaven (or perhaps hell): one of the leading bands in Europe accompanying silent-era film, Minima's spine-tingling live music captures the eerie, Gothic feel of FW Murnau's horror classic perfectly. The first screen version of Bram Stoker's Dracula – though all names were changed because the adaptation was unauthorised – much legend surrounds it, with Max Schreck's unearthly performance so convincing as to lead to the belief that he was a genuine vampire.
DAN WALSH IN CONCERT
NORDIC FIDDLERS BLOC IN CONCERT
BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards Musician of the Year nominee 2016.
Three brilliant fiddle players bring the rich and distinctive folk traditions of their native Norway, Sweden and Shetland alive in a unique and invigorating collaboration. Interspersing outstanding musicianship with some first class craic, this is a shimmering display of endlessly varied, powerful and beautiful music. Pure fiddle doesn't get much better than this.
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.
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.
★★★★★ Empire Magazine
★★★★ The Guardian
BBC Radio 2
‘A superbly sinister live score by the soundtrack group Minima.’
★★★★ Time Out
Ages: 10+ Sat 19 May 8pm Germany 1922 Dir: FW Murnau 94 min
Chebsey Parish Hall ST21 6JU
Fri 18 May 7pm
07776 295 010
‘Gorgeous.’ The Scotsman
‘Haunting… brilliant… mesmerising.’ The Herald
THE FOUNDRY GROUP THE MINISTRY OF BISCUITS 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.
Ages: 7+ (Norway/Sweden/Shetland) International arts supported by Live & Local Friends.
‘A tophole musical comedy... a highly entertaining, clever show, packed with neat one liners... a gem.’
Sun 20 May 8pm
Alrewas Village Hall DE13 7AA 01283 790 799
‘Delightful... genuinely funny... a great show!’ The Scotsman Ages: 7+
Sacred Heart Church, Glascote, Tamworth B77 2EA
Sun 20 May 7.30pm
01827 709 618
01283 703 075
Milton Village Hall DE65 6EF
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Published on Jan 2, 2018