By Audlem Webteam - 10th November 2012 7:03am
After last night's comedy in the Public Hall with 'A Curious Evening of Trance and Rap with the Ogden Sisters', a festival of performing Arts & Music continues today. Ian Haughey writes:
A heady mix of theatre and music of undeniable quality will be literally on your doorstep, and a more varied pallette you will not find outside of the major towns.
Saturday 10th November — Theatre
Audlem's own Touring Arts Theatre, Day-Star Theatre, are performing at 'home' A Night at Blackstone Hall, written and performed by the popular touring theatre.
The Scout & Guide Hall Theatre cafe is a small intimate venue well suited to a Day-Star theatre performance. A relaxed atmosphere where you can fetch your own supper & drinks and be right at the heart of the performance.
Tickets are £7.50 and can be reserved in advance from Hoc's Fat Pigeon in Audlem or via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Tables/seats are limited — Doors open at 7:30pm, Performance at 8:00pm. promoter: Hoc19 Events
Saturday 10th November — Music
The 15th Audlem Bagpipe and Hurdy Gurdy Day from noon onwards at the Bridge Inn. Always a fascinating afternoon of musical bewilderment, a mixture of what can only be described as folk roots and beyond.
As has always been the case, musicians and singers of all persuasions will be welcome. With a change of venue or, a return to the folk roots venue, The Bridge Inn will be hosting this event.
For further information contact John Hardy on 01270 811446 or Ian Bloor at email@example.com
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