September

 

 

 

SEPTEMBER – Sunday 9th 2pm – 4pm £6 | £4* | £2**

BABY BOOGIE – Horse + Bamboo

We’re ready to join in the Annual Rossendale 60’s Festival fun this
autumn. Think psychedelic fashion, flower power and most importantly
rock and roll! Come along for an afternoon of disco fun with your babies
and toddlers. With plenty of opportunity to dance, interact and play, it’s
sure to be the grooviest event of the year for you and your little ones. Get
your funkiest flares and boss baby-grows at the ready to join in the party

Age: 0 – 4 years and their families

Duration: 2 hours, families are free to come and go between 2pm – 4pm

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SEPTEMBER – Saturday 15th 7:30pm : £10 | £8*  (Door £12 | £10*)

HOWARD HAIGH

Howard Haigh’s long and varied career has ranged from him appearing
on Blue Peter to dancing with Gloria Gaynor – playing Junk Percussion
with Alan Titchmarch to playing at The Barbican. This truly talented Latin
guitarist has appeared all over Europe at many festivals, village halls,
pubs and clubs and this summer he was even at the first ever Waterfoot
Wakes!

All ages

Doors open at 7:30pm the act will go on promptly at 8pm. There is no support act for this event.

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SEPTEMBER – Sunday 16th 3pm FREE craft from 2pm: £8 | £6*  (Door £10 | £8*)

HOW MONKEY FOUND HIS SWING – Ursula Holden-Gill

How Monkey Found His Swing is a fun, interactive concert experience for the very young and the young at heart. Join acclaimed storyteller Ursula Holden-Gill and musicians from HSQ on a musical adventure through the jungle as a jazz loving monkey loses his swing and vows to get it back!
“Fab storytelling and musical arrangements. Monkey was great!”
Sam Slater, Birmingham Symphony Hall

For ages: 4 – 8 years 

Duration: 45 – 60 minutes

Free craft from 2pm

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SEPTEMBER – Saturday 22nd 8pm (doors 7:30pm) £5 |£4

FUNNY COW (15)

‘Funny Cow’ charts the rise to stardom of a female comedian, played by Maxine Peake, through the 1970s and 1980s. It is set against the backdrop of working men’s clubs and the stand-up comedy circuit of the North of England.

 

For ages: 15+

 

 

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SEPTEMBER  – Saturday 29th 7:30pm : £10 | £8* (door £12 | £10*)

ALABASTER DEPLUME

“Alabaster is a rare man. Restlessly creative, collaborative and eternally
grateful of his part in the game. He has written some of my favourite
songs. Part performance poet, part Leonard Cohen, part jazz saxophonist
and something of the Ivor Cutler – yet these comparisons mean next to
nothing. He will bless a room with his unpredictable presence and all are
hypnotised. Do not miss.” Daniel Green, LAISH & Simple Folk Radio

Doors open at 7:30pm the act will go on promptly at 8pm. There is no support act for this event.

 

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SEPTEMBER  – Sunday 30th 3pm FREE craft from 2pm : £8 | £6* (door £10 | £8*)

ADRIFT

Two children are in a boat. One is rowing. One is fishing. They dream about a land, a beautiful land that’s waiting for them. A safe land.Adrift is a poignant and important play from acclaimed children’s theatrecompany Action Transport Theatre. Told from the perspective of two children adrift at sea fleeing conflict, it is a celebration of the resilience and imagination of childhood.

For ages: 6+

Duration: 65 minutes

Free craft from 2pm

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