Cheshire Independent Issue 144

FEBRUARY / MARCH 2020 22 Follow us on Facebook: Cheshire Independent WELCOME to our essential guide to what’s going on across the Cheshire Independent patch over the coming weeks. Let us know about your events and we’ll look to share them with our readers. Email details to Your listings guide Live Music Alderley Edge Symphony Orchestra. Adults £10, children £1. Alderley Edge Methodist Church. 01625 581321. . 7.30pm Saturday March 7. Living Music! Festival of Contemporary Music. £7 under-16s free. St Michael and All Angels Church, Market Place, Macclesfield. Moria.taylor@kems. 9.30pm Saturday March 7. Live Music at the Holly Bush. Holly Bush, 75, Palmerston Street Bollington. 8pm-11pm Friday March 13. Singing Day. Bollington Arts Centre, Wellington Road. Bollington Festival Choir’s singing day is open to the public. Doors and registration from 9am. Event runs until 4.30pm. Saturday March 14. Macclesfield Symphony Orchestra concert. £12 or £2.50 under-18s. Congleton Town Hall, High Street. or 01260 271095. 5pm-6pm Sunday March 15. Macclesfield Male Voice Choir. £10. St Peter’s Church, Chapel Street, Congleton. 01625 584820. . 7.30pm Saturday March 21. Benjamin Powell, piano and the Northern Chamber Orchestra. £22, £17 students and under18s free. The Auditorium, Old Sunday School, Roe Street, Macclesfield. 0161 247 2220. 7.30pm Saturday March 21. An evening with Ken Nicol and Wendy Ross. £12 including food. Macclesfield Tennis Club, Park Lane. Tickets from Gawsworth Community Shop, Longbutts Lane or James via email . 8pm-midnight Friday March 27. Poynton Ceilidh. £9, half-price for under 16s available on the door. Poynton Civic Hall, Park Lane, Poynton. 8pm-11pm Saturday March 28. Theatre Helen Forrester’s By the Waters of Liverpool. From £22. The Plaza, Stockport. 0161 477 7779. 7.30pm Tuesday March 10 and Wednesday March 11. Rumours of Fleetwood Mac, the world’s finest tribute to Fleetwood Mac. Buxton Opera House, Water Street. 7.30pm Thursday March 19. Round the Horne. £27 and £23. Crewe lyceum. . Lyceum Theatre, Heath Street, Crewe. 7.30pm Friday March 20. Entertainment Bolly Comedy Club. £11 (over-18s only). Bollington Arts Centre, Wellington Road. Doors open 7pm, show starts 8.15pm finishes 10.45 approx. Friday March 6. Jack Dee – Off The Telly. Lyceum Theatre Heath St, Crewe. £25.50 (14+) www.crewelyceum. 8pm Friday March 6. Girls Night Out. £13.50/£11.50. Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre. A special celebration for International Women’s Day. 7pm-10pm Sunday March 8. Northern Soul Motown Night. Broken Cross Club, Broken Cross, Macclesfield. £4 or £5 on the door. 07917 430894. 8pm- midnight Friday March 13. Roy Chubby Brown. £27.50 (over 18s only). Ents24. com. Congleton Town Hall, High Street. 7.30pm Friday March 20. Andy Parsons. Pavilion Arts Centre, St John’s Road Buxton. 8pm Friday March 20. Milton Jones Milton Impossible. £31.50. Lyceum Theatre Heath St, Crewe. . 7pm Sunday March 22. Community Events Shadows in the Town walk. Congleton Museum, Market Square. £3.50-£6. Leader Peter Aston. 01260 276360. 2pm-4pm Sunday March 1. Wilmslow Wells for Africa Souperday. Homemade soup and bread with a hot drink £5 (children £2). An array of cakes to buy. All monies raised fund clean water, hygiene and sanitation projects in rural Africa. Wilmslow Methodist Church, Water Lane. 11am-2pm Saturday March 7. Macclesfield Mayor’s Ball Shrigley Hall Hotel and Spa, Shrigley Road. Supporting Just Drop In and Speaking Up Speaking Out. 01625 374142. 7pm-11pm Friday March 13. Crafternoon Tea. £1 entry fee. Congleton Library, Market Square. Try a new craft every month. 2pm-3.30pm Tuesday March 17. Quiz Night – hosted by Gary Chambers. £1.50 per person entry fee. Poynton British Legion. 01625 873120. 8.30pm-10.30pm Saturday March 28. The Treacle Market. Market Place and Chestergate, Macclesfield. 07981 128454. Sunday March 29. ADAPTED from Helen Forrester’s million-sell- ing book, By The Waters Of Liverpool is a stun- ning period drama set in the 1930s. On a nationwide tour, the show can be see at The Plaza in Stockport on Tuesday March 10 and WednesdayMarch11. The story opens in 1935. Helen is 16 and fighting a bitter battle with her parents for the right to educate herself and go out to work. During the Great Depression, Helen’s father lost his fortune when the stock market crashed and the family were suddenly thrown into pov- erty. Leaving behind the nannies,servantsandcom- fortablemiddle-class life in the SouthWest of England, the Forrester’s chose Liverpool as the place to start over. They were in for a terrible shock. Taken out of school to care for her younger brothers and sisters while her parents struggled to re-build their shattered lives, Helen is treated as an unpaid slave anddesperate to escape. By 1939, now aged 20 and with Britain on the brink of war, she has still never been kissed by a man. But things start look- ing up for Helen when she meets a tall strong seaman andfalls in love.Theall-star cast includes Sian Reeves who can currently be seen sending shockwaves across the cobbles of TV soapCoronation Street. She is also known for her roles in Emmerdale, EastEnders, Cutting It - as well asbeing intheoriginal cast of the 1985 stage pro- ductionof LesMisérables. Mark Moraghan is best known for his roleasmedic Owen Davies in Holby City. Other TV credits include Coronation Street, London’s Burning and Brookside. Parry Glasspool is best known for play- ing Harry Thompson in Hollyoaks. After five years in Hollyoaks, Parry made a dramatic exit inahigh-pro- file storyline when he was murdered. Lucy Dixon is widely known for her tel- evision roles as Danielle Harker in Waterloo Road and Tilly Evans inHollyoaks. And Eric Potts has been a regular face on TV screens for more than 20 years. He is probably best known for playing the eccentric baker Diggory Compton in Coronation Street, and other screen credits include Doctor Who, Heartbeat,TheRoyal, Last Of The Summer Wine, and Emmerdale. “OH, Mr Horne! How bona to vada your dolly old eek!” From the producers of the UK tours of The Goon Show and Han- cock’s Half Hour comes another radio comedy classic live on stage. From 1965 to 1968 there wasn’t a big- ger radio programme in Britain than the g r o u n d - b r e a k i n g Round the Horne. For half-an-hour every Sunday after- noon, audiences of up to 15 million people would gather around the wireless to listen to Kenneth Horne and his merry crew get up to all sorts of mischief. With its infamous movie spoofs and hilar- ious regular characters such as Rambling Sid Rumpo, Charles and Fiona, J Peasemold Gruntfuttock, and Julian and Sandy, Round the Horne was one of the biggest and best radio comedy shows of all time, and still endures today, 50 years on. Come and take a step back in time to the BBC’s Paris Independent WHAT’S ON Drama on the banks of the Mersey Going Round the Horne again Studios and experi- ence this comedy clas- sic live, with original scripts by Barry Took and Marty Feldman at the Lyceum Thea- tre in Crewe on Friday March 20. To list your event, contact our team now on 07753 447398 or email THE EDWIN STARR BAND BRINGS YOU AN ENERGETIC NIGHT OF LIVE CLASSICS FROM THE 60’S, 70’S AND 80’S INCLUDING: STOP HER ON SIGHT * LONG AFTER TONIGHT IS ALL OVER * WAR * BACKSTREETS * TIME * AGENT OO SOUL* I HAVE FAITH IN YOU * 25 MILES * CONTACT * HAPPY RADIO * HIGHER & HIGHER * STAND BY ME *  DANCING IN THE STREET * I’LL BE AROUND * MY GIRL* SUPERSTITION * LOST SUMMER LOVE: LANDSLIDE * I’LL KEEP HOLDING ON FRIDAY 3RD APRIL 2020 STOCKPORT PLAZA THEATRE Tickets from Northernsoul .live or the Stockport Plaza Box Office 0161 477 7779 NORTHERN SOUL LIVE THE EDWIN STARR BAND ANGELO STARR Northern Soul Legend LORRAINE SILVER FRIDAY 3RD APRIL 2020