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Gregg Wallace - Gregg on Food

Saturday 27th January at 7:30pm

The star of BBC's MasterChef, Inside The Factory and Eat Well For Less takes to the stage for this brand new live show. Join Gregg for an entertaining evening of anecdotes, culinary expertise and behind the scenes tales. Complete with an audience Q&A, this really is a must see event for any foodie fan

 

Limited number of VIP meet and greet tickets (including a signed copy of Gregg's book) also available.

Tickets: £20 / £18 conc

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A variety show for Mental Awareness

Sunday 28th January at 7:30pm

An evening of superb variety entertainment for an excellent and much needed local cause!
Book today, brighten up a dark January evening and have a great night out, raising funds for local not-for-profit groups which support people with mental health problems alongside NHS teams and help raise awareness of the fact that mental health issues can affect absolutely anyone, from any background, in any profession, at any time. We need to lose the stigma associated with mental health and accept that it's not something that should bring judgement on the sufferer but is an illness which deserves treatment without bias, just the same as any physical condition. The money raised from ticket sales and the raffle will be distributed to groups working with people suffering with mental health issues in the UHMBT area.

The following amazing acts have given their time and trouble at no cost in order to support mental health awareness and groups, some have agreed to perform as they themselves, or friends and relatives, have experienced many of the issues addressed by the various teams in our area.


Danny Matthews - The Bay Radio’s ever-cheerful breakfast and Solid Gold Sunday host will compere the evening for us, poor Winston and Lulu have to stay at home…

Holly Lovelady - a delightful singer/songwriter from Kendal who has been recognised by BBC Introduces 2016 and 2017. She has performed at many, many events in the local area including the Christmas Lights Switch On in Kendal, Lancaster and Morecambe.

Joe McCorriston - an independent Lancaster-born Singer-Songwriter, who has earned a reputation for his upbeat energetic live acoustic show. Joe is playing in Spain the week before and returning for the show!

Greenheart - a fantastic Lancaster band featuring Scotty Moorhouse, James Fraser,
Laurence (Loz) Hamilton. Creating amazing sounds using Didgeridoo, guitar loops and mesmerising drum beats. Contemporary Folk, Pop, Jazz.


Tony Vino - a comedian from the Costa del Preston, half spanish/half Scottish hybrid! He has toured the comedy scene since 2005 and has enjoyed recognition for his seamless mix of observational humour, audience interaction and quick witted responses. He has supported TV acts such as Jimmy Cricket and Tim Vine, often performing on TV and radio.


Mazza Vee - a multi talented artist and performance poet from Liverpool/Lancaster, who has a remarkable way of expressing emotion in verse. Mazza will perform a poem addressing a mirror on stage and express the emotion many of us find difficult to deal with or explain.


Together - for one night only, a group of patients and local GPs, NHS staff/students and representatives from local support groups will perform I Love My Life, a Robbie Williams song, which has a powerful message of getting through the difficult times with the support of others and looking forward to a time when life is more enjoyable. If you are a patient, former patient, NHS staff or from a local support group and you would like to join us please email socialease@yahoo.com we’d love to have you, being good is not a requirement it’s all about being together!


There are also three acts awaiting confirmation including a street dance crew, a
spectacular modern tenor group and a stage magician combining magic and comedy, as they confirm we will update this page with more information.


The programme will contain details and contacts for local support groups as well as key messages from the NHS and a foreword written by a top performer who supports mental health awareness.
If you are involved in a mental health support group or not for profit counselling
organisation and you would like to be included in the programme and potentially benefit from the show proceeds,(if you are not yet in touch with us), please contact
socialease@yahoo.com at your earliest convenience. We will need a logo and 3/4 lines of text including contact details.

Voce : Popular music with a classical twist. Phil McIntosh, Chris Warby, Iain Nicholson & Mark Johnson from Barrow-in-Furness invite the audience to enjoy music from Il Divo, Christina Peri, Pavarotti, Snow Patrol, Alfie Boe, Take That, West End hits and more with their crisp, stylish and entertaining delivery. A sound that is excitingly and uniquely Voce.

Jennifer’s Dancers: an energetic street dance crew from Carnforth, well known for their commitment to local causes and events. So much energy and life in an incredibly sharp performance.

Tickets: £10 / £7.50 child and unwaged

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Tony Stockwell

Wednesday 2nd May at 7:30pm

The popular star of TV’s Street Psychic, Psychic Private Eyes and Psychic Academy, Tony Stockwell has a long established credibility as one of the top Intuitive Mediums and has shared the stage all round the world with international mediums such as Colin Fry, James van Praagh and Lisa Williams. Tony  demonstrates his belief that those who have passed can communicate with their loved ones with detailed messages frequently including names, dates and locations and all  delivered with emotion, sensitivity and empathy. The evening may include psychometry, photographs readings and psychic prediction.

 

Recent legislative guidelines insist that any Evening of Mediumship should be billed ‘for entertainment purposes’. Tony certainly uses his natural wit, showmanship and Cockney charisma to entertain but more important, Mediumship has the potential to change someone’s life and instil in them a sense of peace, comfort and purpose. We hope that nobody can fail to come away untouched by the experience

 

Tickets: £20 for first 5 rows, thereafter £18.50

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Sir Michael Parkinson - Our Kind of Music

Thursday 3rd May at 7:30pm

A live theatrical journey through Sir Michael Parkinson’s musical DNA in words, pictures and performance

Alongside his interviewing and writing Sir Michael Parkinson has spent much of his career promoting the appreciation of the music of the Great American Songbook and encouraging those of the new generation who are fighting to keep that flame alive.  In the process, he has developed an encyclopaedic knowledge of that genre as well as interviewing some of the greats and finding time to talent spot the likes of Bublé, Krall and Cullum.  But he is much more than a jazzer.  His taste in music takes in everything from Razorlight to Paul Simon, The Beatles to Oasis with the consequence that Sir Michael’s seal of approval came to mean a great deal with every record label in the country wanting to bottle his A&R talent.

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This passion and love of music in all its forms is celebrated in a new live theatrical show.  In conversation with his long-term producer, collaborator and son Mike, using clips from his classic and extensive archive and featuring live performances by the multi-talented Joe Stilgoe we take a fascinating, entertaining and informative journey to the musical heart of Sir Michael Parkinson via Barnsley, sixties Manchester, Wood Lane and Broadcasting House.

Tickets: £27.50

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Craig Campbell - Easy Tiger 2017-18 World Tour

Friday 4th May at 8pm

The majestic mountain moose in a tiger striped onesie brings his thrilling new show 'Easy Tiger' out of the Fringe jungle and onto the world stage for his 3rd solo tour.

Queens and Toms pack some nip and prowl on down to screech and howl the night away!

Expect a raucous evening of post-scratchin' and kickin' litter aboot the hoose while Campbell tickles chins, keeping purrs and treadles generous throughout! No rabbits, mice or children and please be kind to our neighbours by not crapping in their gardens on the way home!

 

“Loud, beautifully crafted tales of outsider adventure”

 Independent

 

“A fantastic yarn weaver, with charming tales of his travels and hugely funny observations” Time Out

 

“Perfectly observed and hilarious storytelling” Chortle

 

‘’A whirlwind hour of reflections and ruminations, structured and punctuated by some slick audience interaction'' **** The Herald

Tickets: £15

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