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Street Dance Academy presents
The talented dancers of Street Dance Academy perform an explosive show featuring great music, raw energy and astonishing moves! From flowing poetic solos to outstanding crew pieces, flips, tricks and pure magic on stage. The company will also showcase their international competition and hip hop theatre tour pieces. All performed to a timeless thumping soundtrack the whole family will enjoy. If your little one is dancing, boxing around the house this is the perfect showcase to inspire a lifelong hobby!
For more information, please contact Street Dance Academy
Presented by Congleton Amateur Youth Theatre
Based on the original story by C.S. Lewis and part of 'The Chronicles of Narnia', the story follows the evacuation of four children from London during the Blitz.
Finding themselves in a rambling and mostly empty country house, they begin a game of hide and seek. The youngest, Lucy, falls through a wardrobe and finds herself in an enchanted, snowy land, inhabited by talking animals and under the spell of a powerful Sorceress.
The children trigger a series of events that willlead to the culmination of an ancient prophecy and ultimately either destroy Narnia or rescue it from a frozen fate.
Restricted to children 5 years and over.
Tickets £8 (Thurs/Matinee £7) from Ticketsource , Congleton Tourist Information Centre 01260 271095 and Suesan Beech 01260 280417.
Presented by Congleton Players Amateur Theatre Club
Dennis Potter's acclaimed television play - though the most straight forward and realistic of his popular works - is both hilarious and an incredibly moving story. Through the simple act of using adults in the roles, Potter was able to emphasise the darker aspects of children's innocence and imagination, creating an altogether more complex and ambivalent picture of that "Land of lost content". On an idyllic summer afternoon in 1943, a group of children play in the West Country hills, fields and forests. With no adults around, they indulge in spontaneous games and horseplay - sometimes echoing the distant war, at other times revealing their own insecurities and petty vindictiveness. But as they tease, fantasise and fight the day away, their innocence is about to be destroyed forever.
Tickets £10 (£8 concessions). Earlybird price until the end of April 2020.
Dont forget to book your special price pre-theatre meal at Bojangles Brasserie with your tickets.
Tickets from Congleton Tourist Information Centre 01260 271095 or Ticketsource
Due to coronavirus, we cannot be sure whether this event will be able to go ahead. Ticket sales are suspended until the situation becomes clearer.
This exciting Pink Floyd tribute band return for what has now become an annual appearance following their highly acclaimed shows at Daneside Theatre in the last four years.
Offering an engaging and energetic show, they have been especially praised for the accuracy of their performance based on the studio versions of music spanning the entire output of the Floyd from early days, with firm favourites Dark Side, Wish You Were Here, Animals and The Wall particularly featured. The music is enhanced by a fabulous light-show including Floyd's distinctive circular screen. All your favourites are featured, and maybe a couple of less familiar tracks for the real afficionado.
“Unbelievably awesome! Music buzzing in our heads on our walk home and still singing today” (M&T)
“What a brilliant performance, the band was faultless. A brilliant set of tracks. Can’t wait to see them again” (P Abbott)
“Stunning rendition of Echoes and Andrea’s Great gig in the sky was the best I have heard since the release of DSOTM. Can’t wait for the next show” (Brian Parker)
“Finishing with Comfortably Numb, Alan Tarpey blew the crowd away with his jaw-dropping solo that the audience were still gasping and chattering about as they left the room” (Seren Hughes-Jones, QuaysNews)
“My heroes will never be forgotten as long as you are on the stage and that’s from a 68 year-old roadie of the original PF! You are another brick in the wall!" (David Larkin, former PF roadie)
Pinked Floyd website www.pinked-floyd.co.uk
Dates: Saturday 20th June 2020 - 7.30 pm
This date reserved for a Film at Daneside
Details to follow
in conjunction with Jenni Lee Performing Arts Foundation
For the last twenty years Wychcraft Big Band has enjoyed entertaining audiences all over the North West. We are a local group of twenty musicians who love playing Big Band arrangements from the 1930s to the present day. Our playlists feature classic numbers made famous by artists such as Glenn Miller, Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Frank Sinatra and Micael Buble.
We'll get you "In the Mood" and "Fly you to the Moon" with our tunes! Our Musical Director, Simon Lodge, studied at the Royal Northern College of Music and leads us from the front on trombone and vocals.
Wychcraft is proud to be associated with the Jenni Lee Performing Arts Foundation.
Tickets £(tba) from Congleton TIC on 01260 270195 or from Ticketsource.
Date reserved for Film at Daneside.
Details to follow.
TAOS have booked these dates with us for a show.
Details to follow
Presented by Phoenix Theatre Company
Phoenix Theatre Company return for their second show at Daneside.
Presented by SOL Theatre School
SOL invites you to their next presentation for their 13th year! Once again around 80 members of the case will fill the stage with colour, enthusiasm, song, dance and acting to entertain you. Following the outstanding success of last year's 42nd Street, this year we will be presenting:
Bring It On: The Musical with music by Tom Kitt and Lin-Manuel Miranda; lyrics by Amanda Green and Miranda, and book by Jeff Whitty. The musical, loosely based on the 2000 film of the same name written by Jessica Bendinger, focuses on the competitive world of cheerleading and over-the-top team rivalries.
Bring it On: The musical tells the story of Campbell Davis, a young cheerleader who dreams of leading her squad to victory at a national competition. The story focuses on the world of competitive cheerleading and the intense rivalries it creates. Campbell's future is secure: hansome boyfrind, a killer squad, and the newly awarded title of cheer captain. Suddenly, howver, she is mysteriously assigned to another school: the inner-city Jackson High, where she knows hardly anyone and worse: they dont have a cheerleading squad!
Despite the challenges of fitting in at a new school, Campbell befriends some tough girls on the damce squad and helps them become a powerhouse competitor for the National Cheerleading Championships. Featuring a sassy script and fresh new songs from Tony Award winners Lin-Manuel Miranda (Hamilton, In the hHeights) and Tom Kitt (Next To Normal), Bring it On is sure to become an immediate fan favourite!
Information and tickets from Congleton TIC on 01260 271095 of visit us at Facebook SOLTheatreSchool.
More info from Louise Carter 01260 290050
Presented by Phoenix Theatre Company
The finale of the Phoenix Theatre Company's playwriting competition.
Open to ALL ages, they are offering the opportunity for your own play to be performed on stage on Saturday 5th September, along with the chance of winning a £150 cash prize!
You can find out more about the competition here: http://bit.do/fkS37
ENTRIES OPEN NOW! GOOD LUCK!