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Shows & Events

Shows from the Live and Local Touring Scheme and home grown shows. You can book online though this site. More shows will be added in late June.

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STEAK NIGHT

Sometimes the simple things in life give the greatest pleasure and there’s nothing simpler or more satisfying than a fine steak, cooked to your liking and served with fresh cooked chips. Top that off with a nice bottle of wine, a wicked pud with custard… and good company. What’s not to like? 
You can enjoy such simple pleasures at the Village Hall’s STEAK NIGHT on Saturday 14th October - just £20 for a slap up feast - and every penny will go to help with the Hall’s programme of repairs and improvements. Tickets are on sale NOW!

Saturday, 14th October, 2023 at 7.30pm

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ASHLEY HUTCHINGS - 100 Not Out

Ashley Hutchings, the Guv'nor of Folk-Rock, has a brand new show. Entitled '100 Not Out', it is a musical review of his incredible career and celebrates and draws heavily from his 100th album release, 'More Songs From The Shows' (2022).
Throughout his nearly 60 year musical career, Ashley has worked with more great female singers than anyone else. Now he will be joined once again by one of the country's finest singers and accompanists, Becky Mills, on vocals and guitar.

With Ashley on vocals and bass, together they will present a very special words and music performance, '100 Not Out', including many of Ashley's favourite songs from his repertoire, ranging from 'Crazy Man Michael' to 'Bird on a Wire', plus a number from the songbook of Bob Dylan, with whom Ashley has formed a close personal friendship.

Saturday, 11th November, 2023 at 7.30pm

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ORCHESTRA OF THE SWAN

MIDWINTER

Join Orchestra of the Swan for a breath-taking tribute to winter and the festive season, featuring music and words from across the centuries - ancient carols, folky fiddling, traditional Christmas songs and classical favourites.

Midwinter is a pre-Christmas orchestral concert that sets the Christmas mood with beautiful arrangements for strings, harp & percussion by David Le Page of well-known carols and trad tunes, interspersed with familiar classics. A lively evening that delights in all sorts of festive music - expect ‘Fairytale of New York’ by The Pogues, alongside Vivaldi 'Winter' from the Four Seasons and upbeat arrangements of 'Riu Riu' and 'Three Ships' - and many more!

Saturday, 2nd December, 2023 at 7.30pm

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MAYBE DICK

Hambledon Productions

Herman Melville's classic tale of revenge and retribution is retold in this inventive, comic retelling on the high seas from the team behind 'Dracula! One Bloody Fang After Another'.

"Absolutely brought the house down. Flawless." - Lincolnshire World
Nantucket, 1841. Ishmael signs on to the Pequod, and witnesses the perils of nature, obsession, punning and physical comedy, as Captain Ahab conducts a reckless pursuit of the savage white whale, Moby Dick. 

"Hilarious! It NEEDS to be seen." - Grimsby Live 
All plot will be lampooned. All jokes will be harpooned. 

"You will be hit with wave after wave of silliness, leaving a warm glow and a great big smile." - Review Culture

 

Saturday, 9th March, 2024 at 7.30pm

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DESERT ISLAND FLICKS

Spiltmilk Dance

Desert Island Flicks features performers full of charm and energy who take the audience on a whistle stop tour of the biggest blockbuster movie moments of the last 80 years including The Sound of Music, The Dam Busters and Toy Story. Familiar favourites will be re-imagined and given a quirky and often hilarious make-over.
Somewhere between a dance performance, sketch show, a night at the movies and an epic game of charades, Desert Island Flicks shines a spotlight on life lessons learnt from the big screen, all set to a sensational soundtrack. From timeless classics to modern day marvels, the show celebrates how iconic characters and thrilling plot twists have captured imaginations the world over, bringing people together to laugh, cry, and cheer along in a room full of strangers.

Sunday, 14th April, 2024 at 7.30pm

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