Cheshire Independent Issue 144

FEBRUARY / MARCH 2020 14 Follow us on Facebook: Cheshire Independent E N T E R T A I N M E N T AT THE BROKEN CROSS CLUB Saturda 29t Februar 2020 alan kelly Excellent Male Vocalist Making a welcome Return Saturda 7t Marc Saturda 14t Marc Saturda 21s Marc P J Loui rob keen Chloe Pownall phenomenal vocal range with over 20 years vast experience leading female vocalist Saturda 28t Marc Supporte b Tribute to QUEEN tina hall W H A T ’ S O N Frida 13t Marc Northern Soul/ Motown Night well known television, film and theatre actress and Vocalist majesty POKER NIGHTS Every Monday & Thursday Night COME DANCING Sequence/Modern dancing every Sunday 8.00pm to 11.00pm FREE BOOK EXCHANGE NON MEMBERS WELCOME BINGO EveryWednesday 7.30pm Fallibroome Road, Broken Cross, Macclesfield SK11 8TU. Tel: 01625 431167 www.brokencrossclub.co.uk Full Membership £5. Senior Citizens £2.50 ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Function room for hire at reasonable ratesWeddings, Birthdays, Private Parties and Fundraisers etc CHECK OUT REGULAR EVENTS ON OURWEBSITE! ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Independent WHAT’S ON MEMBERS of Broken Cross Club in Mac- clesfield continue to raise cash for local good causes. The club has just donated £1,500 to East Cheshire Hospice, £2,000 to Chris- tie’s Macclesfield and has a further £3,000 to donate to local cancer charities. A small committee has also been formed to raise as much money as possible to help support the creation of the new Christie Hospital cancer facility in the town. It has already organised a charity bingo, rock ‘n roll Sunday afternoon and a summer open day. More events are also planned. THE next Alderley Edge Symphony Orchestra concert will take place on Saturday March 7. The performance at Alder- ley Edge Methodist Church gets underway at 7.30pm. The orchestra will perform Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No 3, with soloist Slava Sidorenko. And the concert will also include Mussorg- sky’s Pictures at an Exhi- bition and the Tchaikovsky suite Sleeping Beauty. Tickets are adults £10, children £1 and are avail- able at www.aeso.org.uk or by calling 01625 581321 or on the door. HAVING been rehearsing hard over the winter, Macclesfield Male Voice Choir is in fine voice and have chosen Congleton for its first concert of the year. It will take place on Saturday March 21 at St Peter’s Church on Club’s generous giving STARTING UP THE NEW SEASON IN FULL VOICE Hitting the high notes WHAT’S ON LISTINGS PAGE 22 >>> Ready for take-off MANCHESTER Airport’s Runway Visitor Park says a new 90-minute tour of its iconic Concorde will offer the most in-depth guest expe- rience yet. The Concorde Platinum tour will launch on Mother’s Day, Sunday March 22, with prices starting from £35pp. Expert guides will take small groups around the aircraft, inside and out, pro- viding a highly personalised experience. Among the highlights is the chance to see Concorde’s flight deck come alive once again. Visitors will witness its famous nose droop, which helped pilots guide the aircraft to the ground after trips across the Atlantic at supersonic speeds. Guests will enjoy a complimentary glass of champagne, or orange juice, as they explore the aircraft and a keepsake photo in the cockpit. Robert Hassard, manager of the Run- way Visitor Park, said: “We are pleased to be launching this new visitor experience which will greatly improve the choice available to our guests. “It offers the chance to explore our iconic Concorde in more depth than ever before, with small groups enabling our guides to take a personalised approach and focus on the parts of the tour that intrigue our guests the most. “Concorde Platinum tours will become available from Mother’s Day and will make a great surprise for mums who love to travel, but will be running a couple of times a month thereafter as well.” For those taking the Platinum tour, car parking is free – giving families the chance to spend a fun-filled day out plane-spotting and making use of the play area. Youngsters can also treat their mums to lunch at the on-site restaurant, which provides unparalleled views across the airfield as over 500 daily flights arrive and depart. The Runway Visitor Park offers tours of other retired aircraft too, including a functional RAF Nimrod, with a range of educational experiences for youngsters aged four-12 also available during the school holidays. Chapel Street, in the town centre. The 40-strong choir will be joined by a simi- lar number from the Flint Ladies Choir, from North Wales, and both will sing separate performances, with music to suit all tastes. The performance gets underway at 7.30pm and tickets at £10 each can be obtained from www.macclesfieldmvc. org.uk, or call 01625 584820.

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