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Events for All Types, to the End of Year follow:

Noble Jacks Live in Chinley a Other event @ Chinley Community Centre, Cost: £10.00

On Sun 3rd Feb 2019, from: 19:30 to: 22:00. Contact: Mike for more information

Our good friends at Blackbrook Arts are hosting a Live and Local event which we are happy to help publicise.

               Noble Jacks Live in Chinley, Sunday 3 February

Now is the time to start planning your musical new year and we are pleased to bring in to Chinley a really energetic bunch of young men to inspire and energise you in the long winter evenings.

I can do no better than quote their own website..."With the fiddle leading the charge, Noble Jacks are out to take no prisoners as they come on with their high energy, foot-stomping, rhythms which have taken crowds by storm across the UK.
Noble Jacks have been touring relentlessly, stomping their way round the UK music scene with sold out headline shows promoting their debut album "What the Hammer" as well as shows at major folk festivals Cambridge Folk Festival, Glastonbury and Beautiful Days to name but a few.
Their music is just the kind of sonic elixir we need in these troubled times (Accoustic Magazine)
Wit with wisdom, you should investigate Noble Jacks (FRoots Magazine)"

Check them out on their own website we are sure you will find this an evening worth braving the weather for. 

https://www.noblejacks.com/about-us
https://www.noblejacks.com/media

We look forward to seeing you on Sunday February 3 February at the Chinley Community Center, 
Doors open at 7:00 pm show starts at 7:30
Tickets are available for £10 at Parmars Newsagents in the Chinley village center and on the web at:-https://www.wegottickets.com/event/459587

 

Chapel Arts Film Night a Film Group event @ Upstairs@REMS, Cost: £4 suggested donation

On Wed 20th Feb 2019, from: 19:30 to: 22:00. Contact: Shirley for more information

Owing to the film licencing restrictions we are unable to advertise the name of the film except through our Chapel Film mailing list or inside Rems. To be added to the mailing list please use the email address given below.

Doors open at 7pm and the film is shown at 7.30pm.

Due to limited seating booking is recommended by email to film@chapelarts.org.uk

The Beginnings of Fairport Convention - Sold Out a Performing Arts event @ Chapel-en-le-Frith Town Hall, Cost: Adult £10; 16 and Under £8.5

On Sat 2nd Mar 2019, from: 19:30 to: 21:45. Contact: Annie for more information

Sold Out - there will be no tickets available on the door!

Ashley Hutchings

The Beginnings of Fairport Convention

Ashley Hutchings: spoken word, vocals, bass guitar
Becky Mills: spoken word, vocals, guitar

The unique story of the foundation of the seminal Fairport Convention and of the British folk-rock revolution as seen through the eyes of one of its most pivotal figures.

Devised by Ashley Hutchings MBE to celebrate the group's 50th anniversary, this entertaining words and music show sees Ashley and Becky read from Ashley’s 1967 diary, relating the formation of the band and the history of the late sixties music scene of Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix and The Beatles.

Woven through with songs from the early days of Fairport, including many not on the first four albums, this is a must-see for anyone interested in folk music and its development and the wonderful decade of sixties music.

'The Beginnings Of Fairport Convention' has been presented at Cromer and Cropredy festivals to great success.

Booking Opens

Advance Tickets: Adults £9; 16 and under £7.50 from: Chapel-en-le-Frith Town Hall Office Mon - Fri 9.00am-12.30pm; or online from Ticket Source  www.ticketsource.co.uk/chapelarts; or phone 03336663366

Doors open: 7.00pm

Cash bar open before show and during the interval

Ashley Hutchings' long and distinguished musical career includes being a founding member of three of the UK's most influential folk acts: Fairport Convention, where he played on the band’s first four albums, including the pioneering folk rock classic 'Liege And Lief'; Steeleye Span, recording three successful albums with them before breaking away in 1971; and the Albion Country Band, which subsequently evolved into the Albion Dance Band and the Albion Band, with Hutchings remaining at the helm throughout. With Hutchings the Albion Band became the first electric group to appear in plays at London's National Theatre. They also 'electrified' Morris dancing, exemplified by the various artist sets 'Morris On' (1972) and 'Son Of Morris On' (1976).
Pickering-based Becky Mills is a former member of the critically acclaimed band Waking The Witch and guest vocalist on recent albums and tours by Ashley Hutchings and Ken Nicol (Steeleye Span)

Chapel Arts Film Night a Film Group event @ Upstairs@REMS, Cost: £4 suggested donation

On Wed 20th Mar 2019, from: 19:30 to: 22:00. Contact: Shirley for more information

Owing to the film licencing restrictions we are unable to advertise the name of the film except through our Chapel Film mailing list or inside Rems. To be added to the mailing list please use the email address given below.

Doors open at 7pm and the film is shown at 7.30pm.

Due to limited seating booking is recommended by email to film@chapelarts.org.uk

Cardboard Carnival a Performing Arts event @ Chapel-en-le-Frith Town Hall, Cost: Adult £10; 16 and Under £6

On Sat 11th May 2019, from: 15:30 to: 16:30. Contact: Annie for more information

Booking Opens 01 April 2019

Advance Tickets: Adults £9; 16 and under £5.00 from: Chapel-en-le-Frith Town Hall Office Mon - Fri 9.00am-12.30pm; or online from Ticket Source  www.ticketsource.co.uk/chapelarts; or phone 03336663366 (on sale from March 5th).

Doors open: 13.30pm

Refreshments available.