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DATE Fri 02 Fri 02 Sat 03 Fri 09 Fri 09 Fri 09 Sat 10

COMMUNITY Claverdon Willoughby Redditch Atherstone Pershore Bishop's Tachbrook Fillongley

Sat 10 Sun 11

Marton Feckenham

The Live & Local Rural & Community Touring Network Warwickshire 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:

JANUARY DATE Thu 25 Fri 26 Fri 26 Fri 26 Sat 27

COMMUNITY Bulkington Church Lench Desford Newton Whatcote

SHOW / PERFORMER PAGE Alaw 04 Mister Keith 04 Alaw 04 The Element in the Room... 05 Dreaming the Night Field 05


Wed 28 Bishampton

SHOW / PERFORMER Mister Keith Noble Jacks Roberts & Lakeman Tim Kliphuis Trio Noble Jacks Point of Echoes The Thing That Came From Over There! Tantz The Thing That Came From Over There! Think of England

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SHOW / PERFORMER Son Yambu Think of England Think of England No Petticoats Here The Window The Window

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MARCH DATE Sat 03 Sat 03 Sun 04 Sat 24 Tue 27 Sat 31

COMMUNITY Bubbenhall Stretton on Dunsmore Kineton Atherstone Barnacle Bourton on Dunsmore

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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APRIL DATE Sat 14 Sat 14 Sun 15 Fri 20 Sat 21 Sat 21 Sat 21 Fri 27 Sat 28 Sat 28

COMMUNITY Dunchurch Rous Lench Desford Hurley Bishampton Feckenham Pailton Willoughby Bulkington Kenilworth

SHOW / PERFORMER PAGE Kel Elliott & Her Three Man Orchestra 13 Sarah Moule 13 Sarah Moule 13 Amy Johnson 14 Amy Johnson 14 Kel Elliott & Her Three Man Orchestra 13 The Little Love Cabaret 14 Ensonglopedia of Science 15 The Oxford Concert Party 15 The Mee Club 16

MAY DATE Sat 05 Sun 06 Sat 12 Sat 12 Sun 13 Thu 17 Fri 18

COMMUNITY Church Lench Kineton Marton Sherbourne Bretforton Pailton Atherstone

SHOW / PERFORMER The King Lear Zoe Gilby Quartet Hannah James' JigDoll Cat Weatherill & Naomi Paul Hannah James' JigDoll Nordic Fiddlers Bloc The Mile Roses

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ALAW IN CONCERT 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.

‘Quietly reflective gems… uptempo 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+


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 mini 'orchestra' of multi-instrumentalists invoke memories of times gone by. An intimate little gem.

‘Sensational.’ BBC Radio Manchester Ages: 6+

Thu 25 Jan 7.30pm

Fri 26 Jan 7.30pm

Bulkington Community Centre CV12 9JB

Church Lench Village Hall WR11 4UE

02476 494 094

01386 870 794

Fri 26 Jan 7.30pm

Fri 02 Feb 7.30pm

Desford Village Hall LE9 9GN

Claverdon Church Centre CV35 8PD

01455 823 537

01926 843 234 04

ADVERSE CAMBER DREAMING THE NIGHT FIELD: A LEGEND OF WALES TANGRAM THEATRE THE ELEMENT IN THE ROOM... A clever, heartfelt and highspirited science-theatre show about pioneering, Nobel prizewinning scientist Marie Curie, from the awardwinning John Hinton (not actually a scientist). Replete with big theories, exhilarating experiments, terrible puns, and seriously silly songs, this astonishing show radiates oddball charm and infectious glee.

By turns thrilling, funny, powerful and poetic, this mingling of epic bilingual storytelling and exquisitely haunting folk music casts a potent spell. Vividly evoking the Fourth Branch of the Mabinogion – a treasured medieval Welsh mythology which also inspired Alan Garner's modern classic The Owl Service – this is an electrifying show. Splendid entertainment.

‘Mesmerising.’ Sunday Times

‘A magical experience.’ ★★★★

The Independent

‘Utterly accessible and engaging.’

Ages: 12+

The Times

NOBLE JACKS IN CONCERT This rip-roaring alt-folk band brings a roof raising energy to its live shows, imbuing its heartfelt, anthemic songs with feelgood folky footstompin' rhythms and vivid lyricism. Exhilarating to hear.

‘Crackerjack live shows... undeniably catchy.’ fRoots Magazine

‘Upbeat live set... combines (the) catchy hooks of folk bands such as the Levellers with the foot stomping and fiddle shuffling of artists such as Seth Lakeman, along with earthy, warm and ambient vibes of The Eagles/Mumford and Sons.’

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

Brighton Argus

★★★★ The Guardian Ages: 7+

Sat 27 Jan 7.30pm Ages: 9+

Whatcote Community Centre CV36 5EE

Ages: 7+

Fri 26 Jan 7.30pm

07713 671 283

Fri 02 Feb 7.30pm

Newton Village Hall CV23 0DU

Willoughby Village Hall CV23 8BH

01788 860 281

01788 891 898

Sat 03 Feb 7.30pm The Bridge Church, Headless Cross, Redditch B97 4JX 01527 542 281

Fri 09 Feb 7.30pm Number 8 Arts Centre, Pershore WR10 1BG 01386 555 488 05




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.

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.


‘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

‘Superb.’ Sunday Times Ages: 10+ (Netherlands) International arts supported by Live & Local Friends.

Fri 09 Feb 7.30pm Owen Street Community Arts Centre, Atherstone CV9 1DG 01827 713 634

‘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+ 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.

GONZO MOOSE 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 Scottt investigates a crashed meteor, unaware of the ancient evil that awaits him. A night of shocks, blood-curdling terror, hilariously gruesome deaths and glorious, unadulterated, spine tingling silliness. ★★★★

‘Outstanding.’ Chortle UK Comedy Guide

‘A show with a difference. An exuberant mash-up of improvisation, physical theatre, slapstick and satire.’

TANTZ 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. ★★★★

‘Top-notch musicianship.’ Songlines Magazine

‘Brilliant to see live.’ BBC Radio Leeds Ages: 10+ Sat 10 Feb 8pm Marton War Memorial Hall CV23 9RL 01926 633 788

The Stage Ages: 8+ Sat 10 Feb 7.30pm Fillongley Village Hall CV7 8EQ 01676 540 072

Fri 09 Feb 7.30pm


Sun 11 Feb 7.30pm

St Chad's Community Centre, Bishop's Tachbrook CV33 9QX

Feckenham Village Hall B96 6HN

01926 314 766

03336 663 366 08

ANONYMOUS IS A WOMAN THINK OF ENGLAND 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'). ★★★★ The Guardian Ages: 12+ 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.



All spicy rhythms, tight horns and vivacious stage presence, this intoxicating acoustic septet of new generation Cuban musicians feed the Latin soul with their red hot, truly sensational tropical Son. Straight from the streets of Santiago De Cuba, this is the irresistible, feel-good fusion of Spanish and African rhythms that gave rise to salsa – que suena la banda!

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.


‘The UK's very own Buena Vista Social Club… absolutely tremendous… extraordinary music.’ BBC Radio 3 ★★★★ Songlines Magazine ★★★★ Evening Standard

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.

‘Absolutely, totally and completely, brilliant.’

Wed 28 Feb 7.30pm

★★★★ Financial Times

BBC Radio 2

Bishampton Village Hall WR10 2LY

Ages: 5+

Ages: 16+

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

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).

01386 462 306 Sat 03 Mar 7.30pm Stretton on Dunsmore Village Hall CV23 9NA

Sat 03 Mar 8pm

02476 544 409

Bubbenhall Village Hall CV8 3BD

Sun 04 Mar 7.45pm

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).

Tue 27 Mar 7.30pm Barnacle Village Hall CV7 9LD 02476 619 126 Sat 31 Mar 7.30pm

02476 305 931 Sat 24 Mar 7.30pm

Kineton Sports & Social Club CV35 0DT

Owen Street Community Arts Centre, Atherstone CV9 1DG

Bourton, Draycote and Frankton Village Hall, Bourton on Dunsmore CV23 9QS

01926 641 024

01827 713 634

01926 633 258



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D Askew, O Beating-Drum, R Flude, C Henderson, N Jefferies, J Lole, P Nutting, V Roberts, S J Round, P Thorpe, T Turner, J Twigg, S Utley, D White

Bedworth •Bulkington Barnacle • • Shilton

Fillongley • Maxstoke •

• Meriden

•Monks Kirby Pailton •

• COVENTRY Stretton under Fosse

Newton• • Stretton on Dunsmore


Bubbenhall • • Dunchurch Bourton on Dunsmore • • Birdingbury •Willoughby Eathorpe• • Lowsonford Marton • Henley-in-Arden Shrewley• • Hatton Park • Long Itchington Claverdon • WARWICK ROYAL LEAMINGTON SPA • Bishop's Tachbrook Southam • Sherbourne • Feckenham Alcester • Ladbroke



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• Rous Lench

Church Lench • Bishampton



•Lighthorne • Kineton

• Preston on Stour

•Pershore • •Evesham Bretforton

Whatcote • Shipston-on-Stour Stretton-on-Fosse •

•Little Wolford



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)

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.

‘Very superior cabaret fare: well-crafted numbers sung flawlessly, and with slick accompaniments.’

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.

BBC Music Magazine Ages: 10+

Ages: 12+

Ages: 10+

SPILTMILK DANCE THE LITTLE LOVE CABARET 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.

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

* Women in the Air Force (WAF).

Ages: 12+ Sat 14 Apr 7.30pm

Sat 14 Apr 8pm

Dunchurch and Thurlaston WI Hall, Dunchurch CV22 6NL

Rous Lench Village Hall WR11 4UN

01788 811 837

01386 896 155

Sat 21 Apr 7.30pm

Sun 15 Apr 7.30pm

Feckenham Village Hall B96 6HN

Desford Village Hall LE9 9GN

03336 663 366

01455 823 537


Fri 20 Apr 7.30pm Hurley Village Hall CV9 2JD 01827 875 352 Sat 21 Apr 7.30pm

Sat 21 Apr 7.30pm Pailton Village Hall CV23 0QE 01788 832 959

Bishampton Villages Hall WR10 2LY 01386 462 306




A remarkably inventive, fun-filled one-man musicalcomedy-science family show from the top-drawer storyteller John Hinton (not actually a scientist). 26 silly science-songs to delight the inquisitive mind, one for every letter of the alphabet. Expect atoms, Big Bangs and cells. Expect X-rays, Y-chromosomes and zoology aplenty. Expect the unexpected. And expect it to rhyme. If you think that science is boring, think again: an absolute joy.

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.


The Telegraph

‘A decidedly unstuffy bunch of superb musicians… look out for them whenever your spirits need a lift.’

‘Here's a treasure... something close to brilliance... utterly accessible and engaging.’

‘It's totally different, crazy and triumphant with a peculiar vitality.’

The Times

BBC Music

‘Science can rarely have been so fascinating and never so much fun.’

Ages: 10+

The Stage

Sat 28 Apr 7.30pm

Ages: 7+

Bulkington Community Centre CV12 9JB

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

Fri 27 Apr 7.30pm Willoughby Village Hall CV23 8BH

THE MEE CLUB: TRUE TALES TOLD LIVE WORKSHOP/PERFORMANCE We know you have a story in you. Unleash it. Conjure a memory, recent or ancient, good or bad. Tell it to yourself, hone it, cut it, embellish it. Get on stage and tell it. When ordinary people stand up and tell true tales about their lives, the honesty, humour, warmth, vulnerability and sadness in those stories makes a human connection unlike any other art form. Following in the footsteps of hot-ticket New York storytelling club The Moth, The Mee Club champions the art and craft of true-life storytelling, drawing people together through the telling of confessional tales. Cat Weatherill, 'one of our great storytellers' (Michael Morpurgo, War Horse author), leads a fun and unpretentious workshop for anyone tempted by the idea of telling a true-tale but who does not know where to begin, looking at how to find your story, shape it, present it. There then follows an amazing night of live storytelling, which sees Cat, special guest teller Jane Campion Hoye and workshop participants share their brilliant true-tales – wonderful, poignant, inspiring, sometimes weird, often very funny – straight from the heart, live on stage. A truly empowering, and entertaining, experience. Workshop places £10; performance is Pay What You Can.

02476 494 094 Ages: 15+ Sat 28 Apr 10am – 4pm: Workshop / 6pm: Performance Kenilworth Books CV8 1JB 01926 855 784 /

01788 891 898 15



SHIFTING SANDS THEATRE THE KING LEAR Giving a modern, slightly irreverent comedic twist to Shakespeare's popular tragedy, this acclaimed clown-theatre company sets the action in a pub in the here and now, with pub landlord as king. By turns hilarious and heart breaking, this compellingly inventive retelling mixes vibrant storytelling with pathos and warm humour, faithful to Shakespeare's magnificent text whilst injecting new life and energy into it. A marvellous night.

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.

‘Excellent.’ Courtney Pine, BBC Radio 2

‘Sparkling… an exuberant singer whose lively personality comes across on every song.’ Jazz UK Ages: 12+ Sun 06 May 7.45pm


Kineton Sports & Social Club CV35 0DT

Time Out

01926 641 024

HANNAH JAMES' JIGDOLL 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. An unexpected and invigorating treat.

‘Hannah is an incredible musician – a beautiful singer, inventive accordionist and her dancing is out of this world.’ Jon Boden (Bellowhead)

‘An elegant, flowing transition between tunes, movement and song.’ fRoots Magazine ★★★★ Songlines Magazine Ages: 14+

Ages: 10+ The King Lear is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

Sat 12 May 8pm Marton War Memorial Hall CV23 9RL 01926 633 788 Sun 13 May 8pm

Sat 05 May 7.30pm Church Lench Village Hall WR11 4UE

The Fleece Inn, Bretforton WR11 7JE 01386 831 173

01386 870 794 17


CAT WEATHERILL & NAOMI PAUL TRUTH & TRUFFLES A fabulous two-header delivered by wonderfully gifted performers, the compelling and masterful storyteller Cat Weatherill and the satirical and hilarious deadpan comic Naomi Paul. Irresistibly blending humour and heart, this is a captivating and beautifully crafted show for adults, of stories, comedy songs and musings about being a grown up, and the little indulgencies that make life worth living (chocolate).

‘A magical performer… a masterclass in enchantment.’

NORDIC FIDDLERS BLOC IN CONCERT 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.

‘Gorgeous.’ The Scotsman

‘Haunting… brilliant… mesmerising.’

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)

The Herald

The Times (on Cat Weatherill) Ages: 7+

‘An articulate, dry sense of humour.’


‘The sweetest voice in England... so gifted and full of song.’ Nanci Griffith (on Edwina Hayes)

(Norway/Sweden/Shetland) International arts supported by Live & Local Friends.

Ages: 10+

Ages: 14+

Thu 17 May 7.30pm

Fri 18 May 7.30pm

Sat 12 May 7.30pm

Pailton Village Hall CV23 0QE

01827 713 634

Leicester Comedy Festival (on Naomi Paul)

Sherbourne Village Hall CV35 8AN

Owen Street Community Arts Centre, Atherstone CV9 1DG

01788 832 959

01926 624 344



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